Rachael Ray once again hosted this year's Amstel Light Burger Bash at the Ritz-Carlton South Beach. The party featured local chefs and burger joints like Tim Balloo of Sugarcane, BGR the Burger Joint, Brendan Connor of Whisk Gourmet, Howie Kleinberg of Bulldog Burger, and Cindy Hutson of Ortanique on the Mile. National chefs were well represented as well with Andrew Carmellini, Guy Fieri, Bobby Flay, Spike Mendelsohn, Michael Symon, and more all serving burgers.
Barbecue took the spotlight Thursday night at the Delano Hotel for Moët Hennessy's the Q, hosted by Emeril Lagasse and Guy Fieri. The best barbecue chefs from across the nation served guests wet wipe-ready bites. Read our review of the Q at Delano here.
Taking advantage of the busy holiday weekend and the moneyed crowds in town for the Boat Show, Art Wynwood held its inaugural fair Thursday night in Midtown. The fair features a mix of local, national, and international galleries showcasing contemporary work.
Sleigh Bells and Diplo teamed up for a Florida-only tour dubbed Paradise Lost which ended Tuesday night at Grand Central. The night also celebrated the release of Sleigh Bells sophomore album, Reign of Terror. Opening the show was Brooklyn black metal band Liturgy.
The only cure for an irresponsible night out is an irresponsible breakfast. A good brunch, fueled by caffeine and alcohol, the savory and the sweet, blurs the line between hangover and day-drunk, and makes time stop, at least until 3 pm. Here are the most delicious, calorie-laden, and...
Lee Klein notes that "there is something admirable about [Norman Van Aken] remaining true to his New World cuisine roots rather than focusing on foams and other food fads." At his latest endeavor, Tuyo, Van Aken focuses on the food that made him a success. Read the review of Tuyo here.
The three-day Bruise Cruise set sail aboard the Carnival Imagination on February 10. The festival featured performances by Fucked Up, King Khan & the Shrines, Thee Oh Sees, the Soft Pack, the Dirtbombs, Quintron and Miss Pussycat, the Togas, and more.
Taking a page out of Spain's La Tomatina, Tobacco Road hosted the Flying Tomato Smash & Bash Saturday afternoon. Over 25,000 tomatoes that didn't make the grade for food were made available for throwing.