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.
3 days ago | Chef Interviews
Giovanni Fesser is reinventing Miami's favorite pastry. A couple of years ago, the burly, bearded 38-year-old Ariete sous-chef was awake in the middle of the night, bouncing between episodes of Food Network's Diners, Drive-ins and Dives and videos...
2 months ago | Openings
Vida & Estilo Restaurant Group and Alberto Cabrera, who ran the excellent but short-lived Little Bread in Little Havana, will reopen the small window and cafe at the former David's Cafe Lincoln Road location toward the end of 2018, serving classic...
2 months ago | Cheap Eats
Lunch is an oasis, a respite from the insanity of the everyday. Its magic is felt in the deep calm washing over you during and after your meal. Europeans know how to do it. Many of them close up shop in the afternoon and then head to their favorit...
2 months ago | News
The global culinary community mourned the loss of another icon as news of the passing of French chef Joël Robuchon spread from Geneva on Monday. Best known for at one time holding the most Michelin stars in the world, Robuchon, who was 73, forever...
3 months ago | Interviews
No cook in Miami makes pasta like Roberto Fernandez. Deep below the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, in a room reachable only through a labyrinth of corridors, he emerges from a walk-in refrigerator with a crayon-yellow heap of dough about the size of a...