Fort Lauderdale isn't as flashy as Miami nor as food-driven as Delray. And it's not as wealthy as Palm Beach. We have no trendy fried chicken joints like South Beach's Yardbird Southern Table & Bar nor recently nominated James Beard semifinalists like Clay Conley chef/partner of "the island's" Bucc ... More >>
The New Times' annual Best Of issue debuted this week and Clean Plate Charlie will continue to examine the best of the best in Broward and Palm Beach counties throughout the year. This week's list looks at some of the best places to steer the evening should someone else offer to pick up the check. T ... More >>
With Cinco de Mayo just around the corner, it's time to talk tacos (and burritos, oxtail soup, and pork belly products, etc.). In anticipation of the holiday and as part of the countdown to New Times' annual Best Of issue, we've put together a list of ten of the best places for Mexican food in Browa ... More >>
The end of the year means lists of all sorts, including Zagat's, the dinosaur of reader generated rankings. Nice weather and a range of affordable dining options encourage South Floridians to eat out 3.4 times a week says the dinosaur, compared to Boston, where residents eat out 2.5 times a ... More >>
A $25 gift card at Trina costs $1.80 today only on Restaurant.com.I don't know what's up with Restaurant.com, if no one's buying or if they're just trying to blow out gift cards, but the prices keep dropping.For today only, gift cards on the site are 90 percent off. That means a $25 gift card tha ... More >>
As a countdown to the Best of Broward Palm Beach 2010, coming in June, Clean Plate Charlie is serving up a hundred of our favorite dishes in South Florida. Send your own nominations to email@example.com.No. 1: Crepas de Cuitlacoche from Eduardo de San AngelIn 1993, back when South ... More >>
We reviewed Gulfstream Park's new authentic Italian restaurant Tonino Lamborghini this week in Dish.This week on the blog:The Social Media Beer Tasting gathered last Saturday to talk about how to get more craft beer into your hands.You can get a home-style lunch for under $10 at La Granja.We wrap ... More >>
I don't know about you, but I want to ring in the New Year in style, guzzling champagne and slurping down caviar like a 19th century robber baron. Preferably wearing a top hat and monocle. And riding a pony. And eating something endangered, like a mountain lion. (Just kidding about that last part ... More >>
And according to Zagat, the best food in Broward is at.....LaSpada's Hoagies. Yep, a sub shop beat out Eduardo de San Angel, Casa d' Angelo, La Brochette, and Canyon for the honors of top food rating in Broward County. Surely, that's a sign of the times.Of course, if it had to be any sub shop, La ... More >>
Florida spiny lobster season opens today and runs through March 31, meaning restaurants across South Florida should begin to stock the tasty, clawless buggers. The operative word here is should. Because, in reality, Florida lobster is a lot harder to get your mits on in a restaurant than you'd th ... More >>
Where are you going to celebrate Cinco de Mayo tomorrow? (or if you're like us, where are you starting today?) Below, our five favorite Mexican restaurants in Broward-Palm Beach. Leave a comment and tell us where you go to get your flautas fix, from your local taco truck to your favorite tequila bar ... More >>
Get your glutton on at New Times Pairings
Eduardo de San Angel conquers the Americas.
Pick your peppa at Rosa Mexicano.
Pick your peppa at Rosa Mexicano.
It's the same old hat dance, a trite traipse into the well-traversed terrain of tacos, tamales, enchiladas...
Las Palmas needs a refresher course in quality Mexican cuisine
Anita's Grill Mexicano
Anitas Grill Mexicano, the sibling of Eduardo de San Angel, is also heaven-sent
Eduardo de San Angel