Peter Vauthy, chef/partner at Red the Steakhouse, greets me with the usual hellos, then asks the question that looms like a giant invisible bovine in the room. "Want to see my meat?" Vauthy isn't being fresh. He just knows I came to Red to see and taste his Kobe beef.What's all the fuss? Any steakho ... More >>
Sushi Maki owner Abe Ng opened his latest project, Pao Town, to much fanfare last week, and Short Order was there to taste some of the first dishes coming out of the kitchen. The short menu is divided into four sections: mains, salads, buns, and sides. It's a survey of Asian cuisine, bringing in el ... More >>
Want access to our Best Of picks from your smartphone? Download our free Best Of app for the iPhone or Android phone from the App Store or Google Play. Don't forget to check out the full Best of Miami® 2012 issue June 12 online and June 14 in newsstands.Best Japanese RestaurantMakoto9700 Collins ... More >>
All photos by Laine DossRed the Steakhouse executive chef Peter Vauthy presents a Kobe-style steak.Red the Steakhouse chef/partner Peter Vauthy invited Short Order into his kitchen to watch the arrival of about 90 pounds of Wagyu beef. We asked him to explain Wagyu versus Kobe and why w ... More >>
The obvious complement to a taco isn't sake, unless, that is, you're sampling dishes under the tutelage of Miami's own sake expert Morgan Olivia Hartman. She is leading the spirits discussion at the United Way Miami Wine and Food Festival's Sake at Sundown this Thursday at Wynwood Kitchen ... More >>
This is the steak house of Marilyn Manson's dreams.
All Kobe, all the time