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Best City in Which to Be a Gourmet

Anyone who says South Florida's dining scene is dead just needs to show up in downtown Delray on a weekend night and take notice. In that stretch of Atlantic Avenue between Swinton Avenue and the Intracoastal is a wealth of restaurants doing creative things with food. In the past year,...
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Best City in Which to Be a Gourmet

You can make fun of the $5,000 boob jobs and the codgers hopped up on Viagra, but while you've been sniggering, Boca Raton has thrown open one fantastic restaurant after another. Unless you're dining in Boca these days, practically the only eating of any consequence you're going to be doing...
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Gourmet fer the Poor

12 years ago by Jen Karetnick
Renowned chef Oliver Saucy, co-proprietor of Darrel & Oliver's Café Maxx in Pompano Beach and East City Grill in Weston, is no stranger to awards. In 1998, he brought a James Beard home to South Florida, and in 2001, he was recognized with the Robert Mondavi Award of Excellence. But...
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Scott Kennedy: From Accountant to Co-Owner of Union and Creator of Candyfish Gourmet Sushi (Which Officially Opens Tomorrow)

2 years ago by Nicole Danna
Here in South Florida, sushi spots are as familiar as burger bars and taco food trucks -- and a lot of them have the same myriad interpretations of the spider and California roll at varying price points. First-time restaurateur Scott Kennedy hopes to stand out in the crowded sushi marketplace. He...
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Green Eyeshade Award Winners

7 years ago by Bob Norman
The winners of the Green Eyeshade Awards, the 11-state south regional Society of Professional Journalism competition, are listed after the jump. Congratulations to the local winners in the 11-state competition, including my own pub's Thomas Francis and Brandon K. Thorp. Of particular note is that the top award in the...
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