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    Nino Pernetti - Caff Abbracci

    Lots of cookbooks get written on the fly by chefs who have grown star wings seemingly overnight. Nino Pernetti's opus has been 20 years in the making; that's how long his northern Italian recipes and European charm have been romancing diners at the ...

    by Lee Klein on May 22, 2008
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    Cheap Eats: Sabores Chilenos

    Where: Sabores Chilenos, 10760 W Flagler St Suite 305, Sweetwater, (305) 554-4484 What $15 Gets You: Churrasco al Plato, Inka Cola, and a pastry or dessert When someone mentions Latin food in Miami, Cuban is the first word that comes to mind. I...

    @ Short Order on February 1, 2008 @ 8:20 am
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    Romeo's Cafe Turns 10

    @ Short Order on January 31, 2008 @ 11:52 am
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    Check, Please! Brings Michy to the Airwaves

    There is a certain Jorge Luis Borges twist to me, a restaurant critic, critiquing a show whereby average folks play restaurant critic. I'm talking of the first installment of Check, Please!, the PBS series that has met with great success in Chicago ...

    @ Short Order by Frank Houston on January 29, 2008 @ 9:42 am
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    Michelle, Please! Bernstein's Back on TV, Tonight

    Check, Please!, hosted by Miami's favorite local chef, Michelle Bernstein, makes its debut on PBS (WPBT, Channel 2) tonight at 7:30 p.m. Every episode features three guests who pick their favorite restaurants, then visit the establishments anonymous...

    @ Short Order by Frank Houston on January 28, 2008 @ 12:29 pm
  • Mint Leaf Makes Debut - Woodlands Indian restaurant chain comes to Miami.

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    Mint Leaf Makes Debut - Woodlands Indian restaurant chain comes to Miami.

    A cacophony of chatter and clatter greets diners as they enter Mint Leaf, which has sprouted in the spot once occupied by Darbar Indian Restaurant and, most recently, by Restaurant Brana. The din seems surprisingly strong for such a modestly sized r...

    by Lee Klein on May 15, 2008
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    Jonathan Eismann - Pacific Time

    The landmark Pacific Time shuttered its Lincoln Road digs last August, but chef/owner Jonathan Eismann is just a couple of weeks away, final permits permitting, from opening his new Pacific Time in the Design District, at 35 NE 40th St. New Times...

    by Lee Klein on May 15, 2008
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    Sushi Advisory

    @ Short Order by Frank Houston on January 25, 2008 @ 7:13 am
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    Tale of Two Meals: Social and Table 8

    My right leg is bouncing up and down rapidly, a nervous tick I've had since high school. The waiter at Social Miami can not bring my check soon enough, and I cannot run out of this den of condescension and superficiality they call a restaurant fast ...

    @ Short Order on January 21, 2008 @ 8:30 am
  • The Unreal Deal - Fresh, flavorful, healthful Chinese food -- plus bubble tea! -- at an excellent price.

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    The Unreal Deal - Fresh, flavorful, healthful Chinese food -- plus bubble tea! -- at an excellent price.

    Food is fashion: Halter tops and haute French one day, bling and sushi the next. American-Chinese restaurants began to fall from favor about the time men started wearing earrings, and nowadays the dark, stodgy interiors and tired, predictable cuisin...

    by Lee Klein on May 8, 2008
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    Sing Kelly - Shing Wang

    Chef/owner of Shing Wang, Sing Kelly, moved to Miami from Taiwain 36 years ago. She operated a Chinese restaurant here for 18 years, was out of the business for the past 15 years, and returned to open Shing Wang (meaning "lucky" in Chinese) a month ...

    by Lee Klein on May 8, 2008
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    New Restaurants Galore

    The doors have swung open at Chef Jan Jorgensen and wife Leticia's TWO CHEFS TOO, the new North Miami outpost of the popular Two Chefs in Pinecrest. Located in the space where Mark's Place used to be, look for a similar menu as the original, but with...

    @ Short Order on January 18, 2008 @ 10:01 am
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    Cheap Eats: La Nonna Restaurant

    What $15 Gets You: Linguine with garlic, basil pesto sauce, salad, a glass of wine I needed to find a restaurant near school that didn't serve hamburgers, subs, or anything that even remotely resembled a sandwich, so I asked around. A friend of mine...

    @ Short Order on January 17, 2008 @ 8:15 am
  • Macho Tacos - A van-turned-restaurant offers the real deal in Florida City.

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    Macho Tacos - A van-turned-restaurant offers the real deal in Florida City.

    "De sus amigos de 'Taco Loco,'" reads the sign over the storefront window at Maya Grill. The Mexican restaurant opened six months ago on West Palm Drive in Florida City, but residents here have long been relishing Maya's tacos, which were formerly s...

    by Lee Klein on May 1, 2008
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    Tasty Morsels

    Miamians in the mood for Mexican in other corners of the county might consider these solid south-of-the-border joints: Burritos Grill Caf 899 NE 125th St., North Miami; 305-891-1041; $15 or less per person, excluding tip and alcohol This qua...

    on May 1, 2008
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    Escopazzo Going Greener

    "I've taken it in steps," says Giancarla Bodoni, chef and co-owner (with husband Pino) of Escopazzo Organic Italian Restaurant in South Beach. As I noted in my recent review, Escopazzo uses all organic produce and dairy, no farmed fish, and meats tha...

    @ Short Order on January 11, 2008 @ 11:12 am
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    The Mile-High Snub

    "Celebrity chefs bring plane food to new heights" blared the business section headline in Saturday's Miami Herald. Charlie Trotter, Todd English, and our own Michelle Bernstein are highlighted in the article as pioneers of haute in-flight cuisine -...

    @ Short Order on January 10, 2008 @ 8:31 am
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    Cheap Eats: Nice Mon

    What $15 Gets You: Jerk chicken meal, Jamaican beef patty, a drink. As I was traveling down Northwest Second Avenue one day, I noticed this green roofed building with a big yellow sign in front that said Nice Mon: Jamaican Restaurant and Bakery. Th...

    @ Short Order on January 10, 2008 @ 8:00 am
  • Viva Vita! - A welcome revival brings impeccable Mediterranean to the Beach.

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    Viva Vita! - A welcome revival brings impeccable Mediterranean to the Beach.

    When a couple dined at a high-end establishment in the chivalrous days of yore, it was not unusual for the gentleman to be handed a menu with prices and the lady to be given one without. The idea was that because he was paying, she needn't let numbe...

    by Lee Klein on April 24, 2008
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    Tasty Morsels

    Mediterranean cuisine is the toast of South Beach. Over the past few years, more than a half-dozen hoity-toity restaurants have opened, serving bright, clean, simple Med fare forged from fresh, high-quality ingredients. Here are two catches that foc...

    on April 24, 2008
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