The monsoon got you feeling blue? Brighten up, sunshine. It's Friday! And no matter how much rain may pour down on us, the party never stops in the 305. Especially when there are endless bashes flooded with great music and booze... All for under 10 bucks. Check out the ten best music-related thi ... More >>
There's no doubt that San Francisco is one of the top cities for restaurants, so I was looking forward to seeing Tony's picks for dining in his San Francisco Layover. Interestingly enough, it was the drinking that really took over the episode (which is also a good thing, indeed).As Tony checks in ... More >>
Chef Philip Brock and Paula da SilvaIt was a lively scene last night at Share Our Strength's Taste of the Nation at the Fairmont Turnberry Isle in Aventura. Forty local chefs cooked to raise money for programs to feed children in need. The place wasn't too crowded, making it easy to navigate the ... More >>
Photo courtesy of Bourbon SteakMake these at home!On Friday, we spoke with Bourbon Steak Miami's executive chef Gabriel Fenton about his fiery jerk chicken wings that will hit the Bourbon Steak bar bites menu tomorrow -- coinciding with the first Miami Heat preseason game. Some heat with the Heat, s ... More >>
Photo by Lee KleinThe Miami Heat plays its first preseason game this coming Tuesday, October 5. That same evening, executive chef Gabriel Fenton from Bourbon Steak Miami will be introducing his own new heat excitement via "super hot jerk chicken wings" -- a new bar item on a new bar menu. Guests ... More >>
Weighing In On LuluSo the folks from Greenstreet Café put a billboard up announcing their upcoming Lulu restaurant. Paula Nino of Short Order called owner Sylvano Bignon to ask about it, but he wasn't around. Greenstreet manager Eric Boucher was around, and claimed it was "premature" to discuss ... More >>
image via Miami New Times Archives week of August 17 - 23, 1988Crapmont Advert 1988So a Long Island dentist and his wife decide to embark on the adventure of a life time, leave New York and open a restaurant on Miami Beach, "Right on Collins Avenue sweetheart!" Maybe that's how the Fairmont Garde ... More >>
When Carl Weersing threw the main circuit breaker in his Fairmont Hotel apartment, the place went dark. Really dark.