Photo by Sarah TylerPut the bottle down, Santa, and bring Miami better restaurant service.Starting today, some of the bloggers at Short Order are creating a holiday wish list for Miami's food scene.Dear Santa,Anyone who's known me longer than a week gets to hear me crow about how much better thin ... More >>
On Tuesday we sized up Dwyane Wade's acting ability based on his latest commercial for Gatorade's G Series Live. Well, Men's Health saw the post and happened to have had Dwyane Wade swoop by their offices yesterday. Apparently they think we said LeBron James is a better actor than Wade (which is not ... More >>
All Photos by Jacquelynn D. PowersShake Shack is coming soon. New York burger joint Shake Shack is getting closer to launching on South Beach. Short Order was invited to a tasting next Tuesday, as well as the Grand Opening the following Monday, June 21. We can only assume that they will be open t ... More >>
In New York City, Short Order visited Shake Shack on the Upper West Side to sample some of the burger joint's famous food before it opens here this summer.Photos by Jacquelynn D. PowersBurgers and fries at Shake Shack in NYC. We've been to Shake Shack many times; it's our guilty pleasure in New Y ... More >>
Jackie SayetCorned Beef, kraut and banana peppers, the guts of "The Chicago Fire," a twist on the Reuben sandwichThe new Chicago's Bakery & Deli has only been open one week, but its performance has already received rave reviews and even a few regulars. There was such a fuss brewing on the ... More >>
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