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BEST OF BROWARD/PALM BEACH® 2001

A millennium ago, in 2001, strange customs ruled the place they called South Florida. Women implanted saline-filled bags in their secondary sex characteristics. Men’s natural shedding of pesky scalp hair was viewed as a bad thing: Middle-aged men actually sewed, glued, or implanted hair — their own or someone else’s...
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Burger Beast Burgie Awards: Broward Restaurants Represent

3 years ago by Laine Doss
Sef Gonzalez has turned eating burgers into a mission and a career. The man behind the popular food blog Burger Beast has become a food critic, blogger, food-truck-roundup promoter, and host of his own annual award, the Burgies. The third-annual Burger Beast Burgie Awards is tonight at Miami's Magic City...
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Letters for November 15, 2001

... even when she's nice: At the risk of sending what, at this point, might be one retort too many of Jen Karetnick's restaurant reviews, please indulge me. Certainly the recent review of Rustic Inn didn't read like her harsh reviews of other establishments ("Simply Smashing," November 8). She saved...
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Best Restaurant in Broward

Game for game? Serious about service? And awash in alliteration? Clearly, Black Orchid Café fulfills all implied requirements. This elegant restaurant has produced consistently for the past six years, thanks to chef-proprietor George Telles' know-how and experience. Classic technique dominates the preparations -- the au poivre sauce deserves an award...
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Best Restaurant in Broward

No matter how amazing Charlize Theron might be in her next role, it's money in the bank that she won't win another Oscar in 2005. Why not? Same reason that Mark's Las Olas hasn't copped a New Times Best Of restaurant award since 1999: Panels don't like to repeat themselves. Still, Mark Militello remains one of Broward's very elite chefs, and though his South Beach, Mizner Park, and City Place restaurants have their strengths, after ten years, this Las Olas branch remains the true Mark of excellence. Cozy booths, luxuriously rich mahogany tables, and a bustling open kitchen set the stage for Militello's cutting-edge cuisine, a magical mix of classical cooking techniques, the freshest of ingredients, and a menu that changes daily to accommodate what's in season. Whether it be the simple pairing of chilled Washington state Kumomoto oysters with green apple mignonette, the inspired glazing of duck with mango honey, or the hearty, homestyle plating of pork tenderloin with braised cabbage, chestnuts, and apple jus spiked with Southern Comfort, Militello hits the mark every time. Desserts such as Dutch Forreli pear and blueberry caramel tart with made-on-the-premises white chocolate almond-crush ice cream, seriously attentive service, and a faultless wine list seal the deal for Militello's flagship establishment. Enjoy this accolade, Mark -- like Charlize, next year you'll likely relinquish the crown.
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