This article and more can be found in the New Times' Arts & Eats Guide 2014, your annual guide to the season's art exhibits, food festivals, cultural events, and up-and-coming chefs, artists, and scene makers. The Arts & Eats Guide 2014 can be found on New Times' newsstands Thursday, October 2. But, ... More >>
When the economy tanked in late 2008, Cuban-born Michell Sanchez ended up like many others -- down on his luck. After his business buying and selling gold crumbled, he went from a life of luxury and globetrotting to nothing. "I lost everything: my car, my condo," recalls Sanchez, who looks a little ... More >>
Fort Lauderdale has come a long way in its dining scene over the past few years, but the city has been lagging behind in the Asian department all along. Sure, there have been Chinese restaurants, a Vietnamese spot, a million Thai-sushi joints, and a recently opened modern Asian concept on Las Olas ... More >>
It certainly isn't the most likely spot to grab a burger. From the outside, it looks like any normal, boring office park, an imposing boxlike structure with guarded gates and a parking lot. But the Design Center of the Americas (DCOTA) is far from ordinary once you walk in the door. The museum-like ... More >>
Reclaimed wood and brick, Edison bulbs, tufted leather booths, small plates, and an emphasis on "craft" seem to be the main ingredients for a trendy restaurant these days. Beauty & the Feast Bar | Kitchen on Fort Lauderdale Beach has all of the above. Set in the base of the boutique Atlantic Re ... More >>
Set off the main road, among warehouses, auto repair shops, and cheap motels just south of State Road 84 and west of Federal Highway, the Keg on Sixth isn't a place most Fort Lauderdale residents would just happen to stumble across. It is, however, part of a quickly growing trend among those in th ... More >>
Anytime a new place opens, we tend to get excited -- that's kind of our thing, if you haven't noticed. But, whenever a craft-beer centric concept sets up shop, we're ecstatic. If we have one area of the food and beverage world covered in Broward, it's most certainly craft brews (and we're always h ... More >>
The friendly bucolic motif of Sweet Nectar is a stark departure from the space's former inhabitant, arctic-themed Tundra Restaurant -- and the rest of Las Olas, for that matter. Contrasting weathered x-back and lacquered wood chairs sit under slatted wood tables topped with sturdy bistro glasses an ... More >>
Fans of ROK:BRGR Burger Bar and Gastropub planning on traveling south of the border (to Miami) will soon find a welcome sight come the end of summer. Owner Marc Falsetto chose South Miami as the location for his second ROK:BRGR for its close proximity to the University of Miami campus and upsc ... More >>
Chef owner Anthony Pizzo, Brandon Belluscio, and Brian Albe are finalizing details to open Park Tavern, inspired by New York's Gramercy Tavern and Worthing Park facing Atlantic Avenue. The restaurant slated to open January 18 from the trio behind Cut 432 --which has earned multiple awards from Ne ... More >>
The Dolphins want $200 million to add some kind of hat thing to Sun Life Stadium.The Dolphins this week revealed the ridiculous idea that Broward County ought to help pay for $200 million in upgrades to Sun Life Stadium -- which isn't even in Broward County. The Legislature would have to change s ... More >>
A half-kilo of blow, machine-gun blasts, and a millionaire chiropractor. Does this make sense?
Theyre ready to rumble at the Hard Rock!
Ten years later, the fury are still grinding out the yardage. Barely.
At Henry's you'll bring it on home.
Sophie, Totie, & Belle