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.
10 days ago | Restaurant Reviews
The sweet smell of smoke is wafting over Miami, and it's not coming from the parking lot of that new medical marijuana dispensary. It's emanating from the Citadel, where Richard Hales is test-smoking brisket, beef ribs, and pork ribs for his soon-...
16 days ago | Restaurant Reviews
It's been four years since the Design District announced it would house an outpost of the late, great French chef Joël Robuchon's famed L'Atelier. When the restaurant opened this past August 28, it was just over a year since Robuchon passed away.
17 days ago | Longform
The devastation on Great Abaco wasn't apparent at first. While the pilot we'd paid $1,300 for the 45-minute flight from Nassau began the plane's descent, the teal-and-cobalt Atlantic gave way to vast expanses of jagged green spits bordering shallo...
28 days ago | Chef Interviews
Less than four months after a controversial incident led chef de cuisine Will Crandall to resign from Michael Mina's Stripsteak at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, Grutman has hired the 33-year-old in a similar role at Papi Steak, which Grutman and ...
29 days ago | First Bites
Though the opening of Shuji Hiyakawa's eponymous Wynwood restaurant is still a few months away, the soft-spoken chef recently reopened his 79th Street eatery, Wabi Sabi by Shuji, and expanded it with a six-seat counter offering a 15-course omakase...