Nothing quite like cooking up a storm with Robert Irvine and Lorenzo Boni! That's what the folks at the Barilla Interactive Dinner at The Biltmore had to opportunity to do this weekend. While Irvine popped around from table to table, taking photos and checking on the table chefs, guests munched on their "homemade" creations.
Foodies from Miami and the rest of the country bid our favorite festival adieu after its successful twelfth go around. Guy Fieri passed out shots, Ziggy Marley performed an EPIC show, and the best flavors of the Caribbean offered guests the closest thing to a mini staycation.
The Grand Tasting tents at SoBEWFF is one of the most chaotic, yet exciting events of the entire festival. An all-encompassing afternoon of food from all over Miami, wine from vineyards all over the country, and spirits of all kinds, it always proves a great time.
Sunday's wheel of a food truck roadshow proved promising, yet again, for one of Miami's favorite food trucks, Ms. Cheezious. The truck that brings our childhoods back with every bite, took home their second Best Food Truck honor.
Tomatoes flew back and forth across the parking lot behind Tobacco Road for the second annual Flying Tomato Smash & Bash. Similar to Spain's La Tomatina, participants were able to get their aggressions out, with the only worry being the tomatoes' acidic sting getting into their eyes.
Hungry hoards gathered at Marlins Park Saturday night for South Beach Wine & Food Festival's Delta Diamond Dishes, featuring bites by Michelle Bernstein, Stephanie Izard, April Bloomfield, Naomi Pomeroy, and Jeni Britton Bauer.
Friday night, chef Michael Symon's reign as Burger Bash champion finally came to an end as chef Bobby Flay's Bobby's Burger Palace took home the title. While Flay took home the people's choice title, judges picked Jeff "The Sandwich King" Mauro as their favorite.
- SoBeWFF's Burger Bash: Bobby...
It's never a bad thing when swarms of people gather to celebrate culinary skill in meat. Paula Deen & Sons hosted South Beach Wine & Food Festival's first event The Q in honor of all meats spice-rubbed, smoked, roasted, and fried. As expected, the booze flowed as fiercely as The Nile, and...
It was a warm Sunday afternoon, and Brickell's high-rises loomed on the hazy horizon beyond the nearby Miami River. Quaint fishing boats bobbed on the water's rippling surface, and rays of sunlight glimmered upon the soft waves.
But a few steps from these quiet waters, dozens of shoppers...
After taking a hiatus for a few years, Swamp Stomp returned bigger and better than ever with performances by Fishbone, Sister Sparrow & the Dirty Birds, Juke, Spam Allstars, Radioboxer, the Wholetones, and more at Tobacco Road.
The Coconut Grove Arts Festival celebrated its 50th year of bringing artists to the streets of Coconut Grove. Thousands came out during the Presidents Day weekend to look, eat, and shop at the booths set up along Bayshore Drive.