With another month comes another bunch of new restaurants. Though we still have plenty of spots that we're waiting to see open doors, the four weeks of April proved to be good for the world of food. From fancy tacos to tiny (and cheap) sandwiches to burgers to a spot that changes the price of booze ... More >>
How the U.S. Chamber of Commerce became the greatest (bumbling) enemy of America.
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A few years back, Fort Lauderdale's Himmarshee Street was a bustling downtown area filled with restaurants, bars, and entertainment. But lately, aside from places catering to the 1 a.m. bar crowd, much of the area has been left behind as a destination. Between the economic decline and migration to L ... More >>
Everybody's all like "Blurred Lines" this, and "Blurred Lines" that, and yeah the song is one of the most danceable R&B tunes to hit the radio since JT's "Sexy Back." But the hottest thing about Alan Thicke's son's semi-masterpiece is the video, not the song or the lyrics. We at County Grind have ... More >>
With a nod to hiring local talent, Funky Buddha Brewery announced yesterday that it hired Florida native Alex Postelnek to be its lead brewer. As a lead brewer, Postelnek is responsible for supervising day-to-day production, maintenance, and quality control of the beer at the brewery's new Oakland ... More >>
It used to be that you couldn't find a descent Asian-themed restaurant anywhere near downtown West Palm Beach. That was until about six months ago, when several Asian-themed establishments showed up. Among them Fuku (pronounced foo-koo), a bold new lounge-like pan-Asian concept that opened t ... More >>
Ingrid Pastorius, who was married to virtuoso electric bassist Jaco Pastorius between 1979 and 1985, died on Monday from complications following an aortic aneurysm, according to a source close to the family. She was 61.
Yo! Steve Martorano's gonna make you a meatball at the Seminole Hard Rock this weekend!This Sunday, we all gain an hour of sleep when daylight-saving time ends and we set our clocks back one hour. Which means, technically, we can start drinking at the Seminole Hard Rock Wine and Food Festival ear ... More >>
The Fourth of July is all about independence, so it seems only right that we take a moment to honor a truly autonomous creation: American craft beer.With so much variety -- so many ways to bottle, sip and savor damn near every type of ale out there -- what's not to celebrate? The best part: ... More >>
DeRosa's Florida Pompano We're continuing our conversation with Chef Jamie DeRosa, who is opening the Atlantic Ocean Club and Buddha Sky Bar in Delray Beach in January and February. Part I is here .How did you make your way back to Florida after your global adventures?In 2009, after the Olympics ... More >>
Inserra is now top toque at Suite 100.When Smith & Jones closed in July, nobody was more in the middle of the fallout than Ted Inserra. In this blog item, Inserra blamed a slowdown in business, but many commenters blamed Inserra, despite the fact that he was just a sous chef at the Las Olas r ... More >>
Cue dramatic music: Don't try to run. Don't try to hide. The Boca Raton Wine and Food Festival WILL find you. And when it does, it will rock your mother-lovin' world. Ahem... sorry about that. We were just watching this dramatically scored promo video for the Boca Raton Wine and Food Festival, com ... More >>
FlickrThe owner of the Gryphon night club, located at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, says a Manhattan nightclub called Griffin has swiped his name.I'm no legal expert, but it looks like the only similarities between the two clubs' names are their pronunciation and meaning: a mythical ... More >>
The mystery of who toiled papered Bernie Madoff's Palm Beach home has been solved. Two teenagers from Michigan have been fingered as the TP culprits. The kids apparently bragged to their friends after they got back from vacation, which then tipped off the Palm Beach police, according to this story i ... More >>
New Delhi newsrooms don't feature Woodward or Bernstein.The Juice has itself an Indian correspondent, an outsourced journalist, reporting live from New Delhi on the South Florida restaurant scene.It began with a January 12 email from a freelance writer in India. We're making fun of journalism outsou ... More >>
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