2013 has been around for 23 days and counting, so those memories of champagne toasts, sparklers and epic hangovers may feel like forever ago. But the Year of the Snake is about to arrive, so the celebrations are about to begin, again. Come February, some of Miami's finest Asian establishments are o ... More >>
Anthony Bourdain hates monkeys. Also Penang was once known as the pearl of the Orient. And the sauces are really dark and murky looking... but extremely flavorful. That's basically what we learn in this episode... but let's come along for the ride, anyway.Tony lands in Georgetown, Penang's capital, ... More >>
Who wants dinner with an undeniable kink factor? We do! You can come too -- we like things extra-kinky. Tonight's repast is sold out, but tomorrow evening, give Dining in the Dark with chef Adrianne Calvo a shot.Calvo, whose episode of Food Network's Chopped aired October 25, is hosting a blindfo ... More >>
Photo by Riki AltmanAnd you said you'd never try this dish...And what the heck is it? Here's a hint: This posting was intended to coincide with the 2012 Chinese New Year, which began yesterday. And, no, these parts never belonged to a dragon. If anyone is a particular fan of this dish (besides yo ... More >>
The Hakkasan Dragon Dance performed by local Kung Fu experts at the Fontainebleau Hotel will start at 9 p.m. sharp at the Bleau Bar and make its way to the haute cuisine restaurant..
The Year of the Dragon begins exactly two weeks from today, so if celebrating the Chinese lunar calendar helps to provide a party excuse in between the usual holidays and vacays, we say, bring it on. The Mandarin Oriental always embraces their roots during this time period with a well-rounded lin ... More >>
via wikimedia commons DrhaggisLooking for somewhere to go on Chinese New Year? Ring in the Year of the Rabbit at one of these Miami restaurants. Celebrations begin on February 2. Café Sambal at the Mandarin Oriental Lion dance performances and Asian art in the café's outdoor terrace are p ... More >>
From Thursday, February 2 through Wednesday, February 9, Fontainebleau Miami Beach's Hakkasan will be celebrating the Chinese New Year by offering five specialty dishes along with the regular a la carte Cantonese menu. The big shebang takes place on Saturday, February 5, when a live lion dance ta ... More >>
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