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 | Food Industry
Latin Cafe 2000 has, in a way, seen it all. Two decades ago, the Edgewater neighborhood where it resides was a different place. Few ventured to Biscayne Boulevard at night. There were only a few residents and high-rises dotting a landscape that no...
14 days ago | Food Industry
In South Florida, hundreds of lawsuits have been filed on behalf of Andres Gomez who court documents say is visually impaired. The lawsuits demand eateries, hotels and municipalities enhance their websites with audiovisual plug-ins that give disab...
15 days ago | Food Industry
Late last month the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission approved changes to its shrimping rules allowing fisherman to keep crustaceans alive for sale to growing in lucrative markets in major American cities. Previously, shrimp caught...
21 days ago | Openings
When Steve Santana opened his taqueria dubbed Taquiza on Collins Avenue in 2014, he put Miami at the forefront of a new era of Mexican cuisine in the American mainstream. While those who hail from Central and South America had long known and enjoy...
1 month ago | Restaurant Reviews
Captain Jim's might well have burned down years ago. "Once we got in here and opened up the ceiling, I was surprised it never caught fire," says David Garcia, who took over the iconic North Miami restaurant early this year. "The place was a dump. ...