If you love a restaurant, you'll probably love its Miami Spice menu too. But certain places succeed for reasons beyond personal taste. These spots proffer great deals, extensive choices, or special items such as complimentary wine. As part of our Miami Spice coverage, we've checked out all the me ... More >>
Miami Spice is both wonderful and overwhelming. With 199 restaurants to choose from and only 60 days to indulge, selecting your next bargain-priced, three-course meal can prove daunting. So it's time to uphold an age-old Short Order tradition: a three-part series on the good, the great, and the gru ... More >>
Fourth of July means firing up the grill out back and hanging with family, unless you're more into the whole barbecue bash with interesting-people-in-fascinating-places thing, Short Order has put together a guide to restaurants and hotels that are serving up a plate of barbecue favorites -- and othe ... More >>
Dr. Michael Salzhauer is an outlier in the already strange world of Miami plastic surgeons. He's as talented as his competitors, but "Dr. Schnoz" is famous for his wacky stunts like his notorious "Jewcan Sam" video, a plastic surgery patient fashion show, and offering free Botox to his Facebook foll ... More >>
It's that time of the week again! In a few short hours you'll be packing up your stuff, shutting down your computer, and leaving your work problems in the chair behind you. Or, that's what you should be doing, at least. If leaving your worries behind you is a little bit of a problem for you, we can ... More >>
I openly admit it: I have a chicken bias. Whenever I see poussin priced above $20, I immediately wonder what could possibly be done to the ordinary bird to warrant such a high cost. So when I checked out the menu at J&G Grill, I was surprised to see a Parmesan-crusted version with lemon and basi ... More >>
Fun is not really in the job description of being a doctor. Bal Harbour plastic surgeon Michael Salzhauer found that out the hard way after facing heat by commissioning a teen-targeting music video promoting nose jobs called "Jewcan Sam, a Nose Job Love song." Salzhauer even planned to have ... More >>
Surfside town attorney Lynn Dannheisser gets paid royally for her work representing the tiny hamlet just north of Miami Beach: $177,656 a year plus an automobile allowance, full benefits, and a pension. She's required to work only three days a week, and she's allowed to use her town hall office a ... More >>
Ben FinkIt was a genuine struggle to the topIn yesterday's installment, we listed six chefs, in alphabetical order, who at one point or another in their careers encountered a flop. We continue with the remaining half-dozen:7. Chef: Andrea Curto-Randazzo and Frank RandazzoFlop: Water ClubTalula fo ... More >>
Photo by Danielle AlvarezNicola Abbate hails from Cesentico, Italy. But for the past nine years, while working for the Villagio Company, he has been making South Florida women blush and overtip. Today, as part owner, Abbate manages Villagio Restaurant's Village of Merrick Park loca ... More >>
Photos by Andre GabbIf you've been to the Miami Beach Cinematheque this month, then you've seen their Grey Gardens-inspired photo exhibit, shot by Andre Gabb and styled by Stefanie Del Papa. The exhibit leads up to a garage sale at the end of the month, which will raise funds for the Cinematheque ... More >>
Photo by Shannon CottrellVery nearly a schoolteacher, J.P. PittsIn this week's SF Weekly music section, the focus of their concert preview is that Surfer Blood frontman J.P. Pitts "was just a semester shy of a degree in secondary education from Florida Atlantic University when he decided to drop ... More >>
Kris with daughters on vacation; he's a chef, not a photographerThis is part two of our interview with Kris Wessel, chef/owner of Red Light Little River. You can read the first part of the interview here. Three influences that, culinarily speaking, got you to where you are today.Growing up in New ... More >>
Florida's 33rd senator, George LeMieux, will be sworn in today at 2:45 amid concerns his Broward law firm helped secure visas for foreigners to work on a hotel and condo project in Bal Harbour, depriving Americans of jobs. As our brothers in blog-arms The Juice point out, a Capit ... More >>
At this new gem, truly great things come to those who wait.
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The birds' livers can enlarge up to ten times their normal size"
Jews clash over the intelligence of intelligent design
Get ready, this season is dishing up a lot of new restaurants
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A new wave of Latin cinema says so long to the Left
Celeb chefs are giving the old house the heave-ho and getting cooking elsewhere
More debate about "Strings Attached"
Right mates, see Miami from a London bus!
From the issue of December 28, 2000
It takes a village -- North Bay Village -- to raise this much racket at election time
The Truth About Parrilladas
Dade's property tax assessment appeals system features sloppy record-keeping, a lack of oversight -- and a whole lot of money for those who know how to ask for it
Disgruntled cops or unscrupulous superiors? Either way, the Surfside Police Department is a mess.
Fairchild Garden nature lovers couldn't refuse Paloma Picasso's donation. What the heck, it was dead already.