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  • Zuma Miami: Stunning Japanese cuisine


    Zuma Miami: Stunning Japanese cuisine

    Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill in midtown Miami made a big splash this past January largely because its concept -- robata grill, sushi bar, small plates -- seemed unique. Yet before Sugarcane came Zuma, which opened its London restaurant in 2002, follow...

    by Lee Klein on September 16, 2010
  • DeVito South Beach tip scandal


    DeVito South Beach tip scandal

    On a cool weeknight in February, DeVito restaurant on South Beach is humming. Beneath giant chandeliers of glowing glass, waitress Angela Suarez skips from the kitchen counter to a dozen different white-marble tables, carrying heaps of porcini gnocc...

    by John Zur on September 16, 2010
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    Classified Margaritas at Talavera

    ? Talavera Cocina Mexicana is keeping secrets. The cilantro margarita may be wildly popular, but its recipe might as well have been developed by government intelligence. In reality, seasoned bartender Damien St. Lawrence conjured up the cocktail r...

    @ Short Order by Danielle Alvarez on June 29, 2010 @ 3:30 pm
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    The Restaurant at the Setai Offers Summer Prix Fixe Menu

    If you're not a subscriber to our weekly Caf Bites dining newsletter, here's a taste of what you're missing. Click here to subscribe. ? They've been busy over at the Restaurant at the Setai, reworking the menu, adding a weekly "Summer at t...

    @ Short Order by Bill Citara on June 29, 2010 @ 3:00 pm
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    A Preview of Norman's 180 in Coral Gables

    As Lee Klein reported earlier today, chef Norman Van Aken's new restaurant, Norman's 180, will open in Coral Gables tonight. It's a homecoming of sorts for Van Aken, whose return to the neighborhood has been highly anticipated. And he's very happy to...

    @ Short Order by Paula Niño on June 29, 2010 @ 2:50 pm
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    Interview With Erik Peters, Club Med's Corporate Chef, Founder of the Club Med Wine & Food Festival

    ? Erik Peters left college to become a "ski bum," but after a bad man-versus-nature accident, he reverted to cooking, a hobby that always came naturally. His first job with Club Med was as an assistant sous chef in Copper Mountain, Colorado, and his ...

    @ Short Order by Riki Altman on June 29, 2010 @ 1:36 pm
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    Sipping Rums at the Four Seasons

    ? Rum has a long and romantic history. Pirates in the Caribbean spun tales during rum-infused journeys, the British Navy was said to be run on "rum, sodomy, and the lash," and smugglers who satisfied America's thirst during Prohibition were known as ...

    @ Short Order by Christina Staalstrom on June 29, 2010 @ 12:30 pm
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    Sean Bernal Quits the Oceanaire Brickell UPDATE

    ? Despite working for a chain, chef Sean Bernal has always brought local authenticity to the Brickell outpost of the Oceanaire Seafood Room. But we found out via Facebook that Bernal has decided to move on from the restaurant. He wrote, "Tod...

    @ Short Order by Jose D. Duran on June 29, 2010 @ 11:44 am
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    The Bomb at the Icebox Caf

    Best dessert in the known world. ? No news in this post. No quotes. But man, this is the best dessert you will ever eat if you are a chocoholic. It includes chocolate mousse, brownie, and cheesecake. The thing set me back $48, which is rather stee...

    @ Short Order by Chuck Strouse on June 29, 2010 @ 11:38 am
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    Sushi House Adds Late-Night Menu, Couches, and Mist

    ? Sushi House in North Miami Beach has introduced a new "twilight" menu with reduced pricing on many of its appetizers, the full sushi menu, and several of the entres. Late-night bites will include the spicy tuna tower, crispy honey shrimp, and purp...

    @ Short Order by Lee Klein on June 29, 2010 @ 11:00 am
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    Fourth of July Ice Cream and Pie at Bee Heaven Farm

    ? Forget the burgers this Fourth of July. Start your day with a tasting of locally made, tropical-fruit-flavored ice creams at Bee Heaven Farm. July is, after all, National Ice Cream Month. We're talking white sapote, lychee, passion fruit, mamey, S...

    @ Short Order by Paula Niño on June 29, 2010 @ 10:00 am
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    Flapjack Flip-Off X: Bagel Emporium

    The winning pancakes -- 2B revealed tomorrow ? The decade has seemingly flipped by faster than a griddlecake in midair: The Tenth Annual Mrs. Beeton Flapjack Flip-Off is just around the corner (Mrs. B. being our patron saint for her prescient in-p...

    @ Short Order by Lee Klein on June 29, 2010 @ 9:00 am
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    Norman Who?

    ? Seems this fella named Norman Van Aken is debuting a restaurant in Coral Gables tonight. It'll be called Norman's 180. Lord knows Coral Gables can use a boost. Too bad Van Aken didn't try this a decade ago, when the neighborhood was one of the best...

    @ Short Order by Lee Klein on June 29, 2010 @ 8:00 am
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    Beat the Blues at Blue Martini Happy Hour

    ? The Place: Blue Martini 900 South Miami Road, Miami 305-981-2583 The Hours: Daily 4 to 8 p.m. The Deals: 2-for-1 on cocktails, beer and liquor (with few exceptions). All food is half off. The Scene: Like its signature drink, the Blue Martini's...

    @ Short Order by Sebastian Del Marmol on June 28, 2010 @ 4:30 pm
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    Meatless in Miami: A Master Cleanse Diary, Part Two

    ? Click here to read part one of the Master Cleanse diary. Lemonade Day 6 I skipped the tea/saltwater today because I stayed up too late and had early meetings to attend. I'm going to free yoga at Bayfront Park later which will be interes...

    @ Short Order by Lauren Reskin on June 28, 2010 @ 4:00 pm
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    Miami Chefs Attend Club Med Wine & Food Fest

    Chefs in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic for Club Med's 2010 Wine & Food Festival. ? Club Med, the all-inclusive vacation concept company with its North American headquarters in Miami, has hosted an annual culinary event for years, but it was alway...

    @ Short Order by Riki Altman on June 28, 2010 @ 3:38 pm
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    Pizza Bread Basket at Spris

    ? In this weight-obsessed, low-carb world, it is important to sometimes stop and smell the bread basket. Hit up Spris Restaurant on Lincoln Road to check out a warm, airy loaf with a crisp crust best enjoyed with some olive oil and a drizzle of salt....

    @ Short Order by Christina Staalstrom on June 28, 2010 @ 2:31 pm
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    Maki House, El Rey Latino, El Portal, El Polinesio on the Roach Report

    ? Roaches. They're not shy, they love to eat, and some can even quote Kafka. But none of that makes them a good dinner date. So what are they doing at our local restaurants? The same thing as everybody else; grabbing a bite to eat and trying...

    @ Short Order by Jacob Katel on June 28, 2010 @ 1:35 pm
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    Overrated Eats: The Chows (Philippe Chow and Mr. Chow)

    ? Oh, boy. This is gonna be fun. The Short Order bloggers decided it's high time we gave the slapdown to some Miami eateries that charge too much, serve bland eats, pay more attention to their decor than the diners, and generally put a bad taste in ...

    @ Short Order by Miami New Times Staff on June 28, 2010 @ 1:00 pm
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    Hot Plates: Lucas Cardillo at Scarpetta

    Lucas "Luca" Cardillo is a 32-year-old, tall and suave Argentinean who strives to create the ultimate dining experience for everyone he serves at Scarpetta. He pays attention to detail, looks you in the eye, and can make anyone, male or female, feel ...

    @ Short Order by Danielle Alvarez on June 28, 2010 @ 12:20 pm
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