Hey, Fort Lauderdale. Hi. Hello. How are you? You're beautiful. You know this. We know this. But now it's actually official, thanks to a new study that names the Venice of America as among the most physically attractive midsized cities in the country. This, in addition to already being named the se ... More >>
Yesterday, we brought you the news on how the internet made it official that Downtown Fort Lauderdale was a kickass place. But today, we're here to tell you that not just the downtown area is kickass but the whole of Fort Lauderdale is kickass. All of it. A new study by real estate blog Movoto has ... More >>
When most people think of gourmand capitols, big cities like New York, San Francisco, or Chicago usually spring to mind. But those who really know where to find good food, stick to the smaller foodie towns. Charleston, South Carolina is one of the best small culinary cities in the country; and on ... More >>
Take a look at those skinny, bendy, self-righteous chicks twisting their bodies into endless dimensions. It seems like a bit of a stretch to have yourself doing the same thing, and honestly you're thinking that you'd rather just have a beer. But what if you can have both? You can. And if you give ... More >>
In just over a week -- starting on Friday, December 13 and running through Tuesday, December 17 -- celebrity chefs and television personalities will be descending upon Palm Beach by the dozens for the Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival. With 16 events spread out over the course of five days, there a ... More >>
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 >>
Broward and Palm Beach counties seem to have food festivals, like, every other weekend. If it's not a beer fest, it's a wine fest or particular city, town, neighborhood, street, or whatever else. It's cultural events such as these that draw seasonal and year-round residents to this active little r ... More >>
Yes, we know it was last Monday... but we just got our film developed, and wanted to sahre these pics of an all-star cast of celebrity chefs and guests at the Last Supper hosted at Buccan. James Beard Award nominee for Best Chef of the South 2012, Clay Conley hosted this years winner Chris Hastings ... More >>
Palm Beach and farming have about as much in common as left-wing hippies and blue blood one percenters. Have you ever seen someone in Lilly Pulitzer working with dirt? Unless it has something to do with keeping up with those perfectly manicured hedges, we didn't think so. Well, this weekend bro ... More >>
Chef Clay Conley has paired up with Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry Campaign. On Sunday October 28, at Buccan, he is holding a charity dinner. Sounds like quite the offer from the James Beard nominated chef. Right?Well, it gets even better. Conley has invited a handful of star chefs to collaborat ... More >>
The Boca Bacchanal, a party paying tribute to the glory of food and drink, is set for March 23 to 25 in various locations throughout southern Palm Beach County, with funds going to the Boca Raton Historical Society's Historic Preservation and Heritage Education programs. Named as it is for the Ro ... More >>
My cravings for a Negroni and variations such as the Americano have gone unrequited since I moved to South Florida. The bitter apertif, a Negroni dates from 1920s Italy and was invented by Count Camillo Negroni of Florence. Though restaurants such as Dapur
I'm blogging from Charleston, South Carolina, this week during the Association of Food Journalists' conference. In addition to hearing talks from the likes of the Lee Brothers and Nathalie Dupree, I've been eating my face off and exploring spaces such as Two Boroughs Larder, a newish little resta ... More >>
Flickr: KrynskyIn L.A., food-truck lines are ridiculous.Hungering for food cooked on a mobile stove but want to skip the drive to the 305? The food truck trend is sizzling in Miami, but north of the Miami-Dade border, it's harder to get in on.
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