Zachary Fagenson became the New Times Broward-Palm Beach restaurant critic in 2012 before taking up the post for Miami in 2014. He also works as a correspondent for Reuters.
1 day ago | Cheap Eats
Over the summer Thiago and Elena Gamoeda opened the aptly named Sfiha's House specializing in their homeland's ubiquitous Arab-Brazilian snacks alongside some more of Brazil's familiar grab-and-go bites.
4 days ago | Breakfast
Semilfort St. Hubert was born into coffee. Raised on his family's farms in St. Louis du Nord on Haiti's northern peninsula he spent the years from youth to adulthood picking and processing coffee on his father's 35 acre farm. Yet no matter how har...
17 days ago | Neighborhood Joints
At Gregory's, which the team behind Mandolin Aegean Bistro opened five weeks ago in the Vagabond Hotel, eating can be as upscale or down-home as you like. There's a New York strip steak ($36) and an elegant caviar service ($30 for wild salmon or $...
25 days ago | Restaurant Reviews
In Little Haiti, knots of squid ink tagliolini ($28) are flecked with stone crab bound with a delicate fortified wine cream sauce perfumed by black truffles. The shocker is that it arrives cold — and is perhaps the most luxurious pasta salad you w...
1 month ago | Celebrities
Millions of fans are heartbroken and aimless after the beloved, bejeweled astrologer Walter Mercado passed away over the weekend in his native Puerto Rico. For decades, the 87-year-old entranced the masses across Latin America with dramatic televi...
1 month ago | Food Industry
Niven Patel, Todd Erickson, and Aaron Brooks are among a growing group of Miami chefs who in recent years have partnered with everything from large frozen-food conglomerates to national agricultural promotion boards.