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.
2 days ago | Food News
At first, Jeremy Sapienza's café con leche especial seems like any other Cuban eye-opener. But something is different. A dash of espresso is whipped in a gleaming pitcher with not only sugar but also a pinch of salt and a lump of cultured vegan bu...
7 days ago | First Bites
Local universities' efforts to bring full tuition-paying students from Asia to Miami has paid dividends to the city's restaurant scene, adding a bevy of eateries serving previously unseen Chinese cuisine. Hi Pot is the latest to join the bunch wit...
15 days ago | Food Industry
Restaurants are fickle beasts. There are the ornery guests seated under or too far away from air conditioning vents, the table of five that fits nowhere, and the no-call no-show cooks who leave the kitchen short-handed on its busiest days. And the...
16 days ago | Food News
Last month marked the 40th year that Allan "A.C." Cohen — along with his frozen drinks, hot dogs, and wild white beard and hair — has been a fixture in Coconut Grove's Kennedy Park. The city is set to lay down rubber turf under the picnic tables a...
28 days ago | New Year's Eve
Even when it seems like things are going right, New Year's Eve is there to remind you of its banality. Still, friends of every age insist on flying down from their Mid-Atlantic or Northeast shitholes to clog the roads, take all the Ubers, crowd th...