Update: Giraffas announced that they have chosen Miami-Dade to be the Brazilian chain's U.S. headquarters adding 285 direct new jobs within three years and an initial capital investment of $8 million. Congratulations on your 285 new jobs, Miami.We recently stumbled across a headline picked ... More >>
As a general rule, we're big fans of the holidays. Why? Because they involve eating gut-busting quantities of homemade food, scoring paid time off from work and drinking what would generally be unacceptable amounts of booze. But let's be honest - there are certain things about the holiday season t ... More >>
See the full 21-photo slideshow of Beach House at the Fillmore Miami Beach. Beach House With Zomes Fillmore Miami Beach Tuesday, May 8, 2012 Better Than: Hitting the snooze button ... Forever. Beach House is from Baltimore?!? If The Wire had been set in Beach House's Baltimore, it'd be about the ... More >>
Yesterday, I received a press release about Longhorn Steakhouse opening in Hialeah. Normally, the opening of a restaurant in Miami is cause for a Short Order write up and, sometimes, a first look at the restaurant and its food. But this press release got some chuckles by our writers. After all, t ... More >>
www.frenchfriesforall.comThe French Fry Fairy celebrates all things French fry on her new blog, and here at Le BouchonWhether he likes it or not, the Burger Beast may have found a co-host for his burger awards event, The Burgies, in September. The French Fry Fairy, Beth Swanson of South Bea ... More >>
image via simonandschuster.comAmerica's Most Wanted Recipes takes a simple precept, that people love mass produced corporate formula food, and exploits it. You gotta give credit to author Ron Douglas who has been profiting off our shackles to the chains through his website RecipeSecrets.net since 20 ... More >>
José El Rey, musician, is also king of camping.
To get an introduction to Jose El Rey (if you actually need one!) and to read previous installments of his weekly Crossfade column, Que Pasa, M.I.A?, click here. Against my better judgment and sense of comfort and convenience, I went camping. Into the woods. Into the night. With fire. And "beware of ... More >>