It seems that just over a year after Bradley Kilgore was named the chef de cuisine at J&G Grill at the St. Regis Bal Harbour Hotel, the chef is leaving the building Miami.com reported that Kilgore would be leaving to open his own restaurant. Though details are murky, the chef's departure was, indee ... More >>
In the beginning of the summer, a dozen Miami chefs entered the Fit to Fight challenge. The challenge, created by Top Chef alum Mike Isabella, started in Washington D.C., where the toque enlisted his Beltway peers to work out and raise over $30,000 for cancer support and research. The challenge was ... More >>
Last evening, an intimate group of people gathered at the SLS Hotel South Beach, not for a cocktail party or to fête a supermodel, but for an evening that was much more cerebral -- although food and drink were certainly involved. Ferran Adrià, arguably the world's most award-winning chef and head ... More >>
New Times' Iron Fork Miami Spice Kickoff, presented by the Miami Downtown Development Authority is tomorrow and the Hyatt Regency in downtown Miami will be abuzz with hundreds of people enjoying food and drink by Miami's best restaurants. If you've already got your tickets, we'll see you there. If ... More >>
As we wrote last week, Australian Lamb has invaded the Magic City. As part of Meat & Livestock Australia's nationwide push of the protein, restaurants around Miami will serve up their spin on lamb. Aussie Chef Aaron Brooks of Edge Steak & Bar is at the helm of the event. On May 31, Edge is hosting ... More >>
The savory scent of pork filled GAB Studios on Sunday afternoon as a group of Miami's most notable chefs joined forces for P.I.G. 4, the swine-heavy feast led by Jeremiah Bullfrog. During these all-you-can-eat extravaganzas, food enthusiasts like to crown the top dish -- the so-called bite of the n ... More >>
Beer shows up a lot in this weekly guide. It could be that there are just lots of local free beer events all the time, and it could also be that we have a free beer radar. Either way, we offer you a couple things to keep yourselves busy this week after work. And, yes, free beer is included.
Thousands of hungry and thirsty people converged upon Grand Central Miami last evening to eat, drink and be merry at New Times' fifth annual Iron Fork. Over three dozen of Miami's hottest restaurants served up some fine eats while a host of open bars attended to the liquid needs of party goers ... More >>