Unless you strive to shop solely at farmers markets, chances are you have no idea where your food comes from. Even with all the farms we have in South Florida -- Palm Beach is actually the largest agricultural county east of the Mississippi River -- most of our produce is flown in from far off area ... More >>
Iron Fork and the official Miami Spice kick-off celebration is 7 p.m. tonight (6 p.m. for VIP) at the Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami and it's promising to be the foodie event of the summer (and no, we're not just saying that because it's our sister publication, Miami New Times' event). Iron Fork fe ... More >>
Kapow Noodle Bar in Boca Raton and Funky Buddha Brewery are partnering to create an awesome beer pairing dinner on Tuesday, July 23. The dinner, which features a four course meal created by Kapow's chef Caleb Holman paired with five Funky Buddha brews, will have two different seatings, at 6 p.m. a ... More >>
June 28 is National Ceviche Day, a day designated specifically to the worship of lime-marinated fish. A traditional South American dish that can be traced back to the Incas, who preserved fish by covering it with a bath of salt and fruit juice, today, the basic ingredients haven't changed much. All ... More >>
We know that after a day commuting to the office or (gasp) driving around town for work, the last thing you want to do is hop in the car to party down in Miami. But, sometimes, there's an event so awesome, you just have to go. Like Miami Spice, the annual summer event that has dozens of Miami's best ... More >>
Congratulations, Amanda Jemini! You've just won Miss Hooters International -- now hurry up, cash your $50,000 check, go home, and get ready. You've got a flight in the morning to Las Vegas, where you'll be attending an event for the next few days. Oh, and make sure you get a pedicure, manicure, have ... More >>
Over the past few years, Peru has definitely become the hot gourmet travel destination. Serious foodies from across the world have been looking to Peru for inspiration. With that in mind, we decided to chat with Vanesa Fedak of Bravo! Gourmet Sandwich to get her take on a Peruvian-style Father's Day ... More >>
Chef Franco Filippone from Sette BelloThis morning started with a red eye after a decadent night of eating and drinking at last night's 4th Annual New Times Pairings. It was my first South Florida gastronomic event and I was impressed at how smoothly things ran, the absence of lines, and plenty o ... More >>
Julian Siegel is a sandwich aficionado. He's also confessed to some cheap bastard tendencies. The owner of Riverside Market grew up eating subs from LaSpada's and My Market once he moved downtown. "I was paying $11 for a sandwich," he said. "I wanted to pay $9 for a sandwich." Eventually he reali ... More >>
Barrel O' Fun at the Mai-Kai.You already know South Florida is delightfully alcohol-soaked: We've got dives that boast 23-hour licenses and clubs that don't shut down until 4 a.m. We've got ubiquitous fishbowls of syrupy beach booze, robust beers found at snobby gastropubs and microbreweries, and ... More >>
We've been getting weekly updates from Boca Raton blogger Robert Feeley for some time now: Feeley's news parody, SPN (for StuPidassNews), is at least as ripe as The Onion, only it's completely homegrown. In SPN-land, Boca is "Beaver Falls," and Feeley's august news outlet is "The Only News Sourc ... More >>
Seidlin, crying for Anna Nicole, now faces an elderly abuse investigation. In a disturbing development in the Larry Seidlin saga, the judge now faces a complaint of elderly abuse from the niece and caretaker of the elderly woman he has already been accused of financially exploiting. ... More >>
Americans who still think of Latin music as mariachi bands and gyrating Ricky Martins and Shakiras might want to lend a closer ear to the genre. This country's Hispanic population isn't just growing, it's growing more diverse. More and more unique musical styles are being gobbled up, and that shoul ... More >>
Violent South American thieves are stealing millions in precious gems ... and getting away with it
A Cero-sum game where the diner always wins
At Gol!, the temperature's risin'
Want it? McCormick & Schmick's can get it.
Post-storm traffic is still a pain, but the paella in Pembroke Pines is worth the hassle
And South Florida's Tabloid Valley vanishes.
Slayer is older, wiser, and still reigning in blood
Rosa Lopez welcomes the Virgin Mary to her home every month. Hallelujah!
Raising the reggae bar with Broward-based Fourth Dimension
Pamela Canellas's dancers jam into clubland
Once a drag queen, Willie Rios plans to enter the sacred world of Santería priesthood