Can you feel a change in the air? Fall is coming, bringing a time for endings and new beginnings. We say goodbye to summer, but look forward to a new school year for some and the holidays for most. This weekend is filled with endings and new beginnings. Celebrity chef Michelle Bernstein, who clos ... More >>
The Federal Food Drink & Provisions is kicking off Oktoberfest in German fashion tomorrow night with their third-annual beer celebration. Cesar Zapata and Aniece Meinhold have crafted a five-course dinner menu to pair with brews chosen by local beer guru Patrick Lunn and owner of Gravity Brewlab Die ... More >>
Brickell is turning into one big beer and sausagefest with the opening of Prost Wurstgrill and Bierhouse. The restaurant was opened by a group of German investors, led by Michael Sponaugle, last week with a limited "soft opening" menu. Prost is now open daily for dinner and will open for lunch and ... More >>
Last night, 300 members of the local community gathered at PAMM to celebrate the launch of Lee Scharger's second cookbook, Fried & True: More Than 50 Recipes for America's Best Fried Chicken & Sides. Stephen Starr Events took care of the food and catered the event, replicating recipes from the boo ... More >>
Oktoberfest in Germany began on September 21 and if you haven't been celebrating yet, then you have some catching up to do. So get to it. If you still have vacation days at work, then spend them prancing around in stereotypical German garb while tipping back several steins of brau. Whether it's mi ... More >>
Miami bikers will take to the streets en masse this Friday for a crazy route that will stretch 20 miles across Miami-Dade County. Beginning at the Miami-Dade Government Center, the ride will take bikers up through the Upper Eastside, across to Miami Beach via the JFK Causeway, down Indian Creek Dri ... More >>
By 8 a.m. crews are already lining up outside of Shell Lumber on the corner of U.S. 1 and 27th Avenue. Yet it's not plywood or tool parts they're after. It's hot dogs, bratwurst and mini hamburgers. The half-block-long hardware store has been in business 84 years and remains a popular supply shop f ... More >>
Oktoberfest in Germany this year wraps up on Tuesday, but the rage officially hit the East Coast Miami style, shattering the autumn apathy with two simultaneous festivals occurring in Brickell this past weekend. The Brickell Sam Adams Octoberfest, originally slated for Friday and Saturday only, was ... More >>
Don some lederhosen and fill your stein, Oktoberfest 2012 is here. The Bavarian autumn holiday began several days ago but the fever is rising like the head of a freshly poured beer. And lucky for Miami, we all get to take the proverbial first chug at several locations around town in the following we ... More >>
AkashiThe "sunset roll" at Akashi, coming soon to Brickell. Central Park Miami (1300 S Miami Ave., Miami) is one of those downtown projects that seems like it's never going to happen, another vacant lot with a sign post ... we have to see it to believe it. So bravo to those behind the project, wh ... More >>
We borrowed this recipe from A Taste of Elegance, the cookbook master chef Rudi Sodamin authored for the Holland America cruise line. In it, he explained, "Schnitzel is an all-occasion food for Austrians, but it's eaten most commonly as a Sunday meal." Sodamin suggests you garnish the dish with l ... More >>
Photo by Ole EivinIf you've been to Northern Europe for Christmas, you've probably seen tons of little marzipan pigs in store windows. What's the obsession with these sweet little piggies?The confection, made of sugary almond paste in the shape of a pig, is a symbol of good luck in Germany, Norwa ... More >>
Chef Daniel Boulud is coming to Miami. One of the best chefs in the world, Daniel Boulud, is coming to Miami in mid-October with his db Bistro Moderne concept. This upscale French eatery will be located in the new JW Marriott Marquis Hotel, which is launching along the Miami River in the fall.The ... More >>
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