Saint Patrick's Day is fast approaching, and if you've paid attention since you reached legal drinking age, you'll know that it is one of the dreaded 'amateur hours' of beer drinkers. The holiday, which occurs on the 17th of March, is a Christian feast day celebrating the patron saint of Ireland, ... More >>
Saint Patrick's Day is this Monday, March 17 and, since we've got the weekend coming up, celebrations and wearing of the green start this weekend, with a race in downtown Fort Lauderdale, and many bars celebrating St. Practice Day on Sunday. Around this time of year, most people break out the Guinn ... More >>
Known throughout the beer industry as the Beer Hunter, charismatic author and champion of good beer Michael Jackson left an impression on the beer movement that has yet to be replicated since his untimely passing in 2007. His landmark 1977 book, The World Guide to Beer, set America's sights back int ... More >>
Downtown Fort Lauderdale is the home to the second Broward County Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery location. The restaurant is the newest addition to the celtic-themed chain which featured 36 varieties of beer on tap, 80 flat screen televisions, and, or course, Kilt Girls. See also: Tilted Kilt: New Brest ... More >>
At Hot Peppers restaurant in Pembroke Pines, a pretty and super-friendly Asian woman -- full red lips, sleek black hair -- brought me a plate of Caribbean food: stewed bone-in chicken, macaroni pie, and lentils. Then a motherly black lady -- older, with warm brown eyes and an apron tied around her w ... More >>
Oh, Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery. You describe yourself as the "best looking sports bar you've ever seen", but we're guessing that you're not talking about your Irish pub theme or your wooden bar.
It's American Craft Beer Week's hump day, so where are you going after work to celebrate? How about a place that boasts nearly 50 different beers on draft, some good eats...and lets you play bartender? We're talking American Social's tap wall and tap tables. It's kind of like those frozen yogurt pl ... More >>
Why celebrate St. Patrick's Day only on Sunday when you can have a three-day long party? If your pub just happens to be named after Ireland's most famous beverage, then you've really got to bring down the house -- and J.G. McGuinness in Weston is hosting its second annual Irish Fest this weekend -- ... More >>
What's better than a beer, a burger, and some very large boobs? Hallandale Beach and Weston would say, "Nothing. Nothing is what's better than those things." Because, as it turns out, both cities are planning to open new breastaurants in the coming months because titties is awesome! Hallandale Bea ... More >>
The Dolphins might have won Sunday, and it looks like their quarterback situation might have been solved. But one fact remains unchanged: Jeff Ireland still sucks as a general manager. And now the the undaunted geniuses at #WAARF (via FinsNation.com), have come up with yet another parody s ... More >>
There's little more than a week until Dine Out Lauderdale kicks off (it starts Monday, October 1). That gives South Florida diners a little time to sort through the special three-course menus on offer at the 40 participating restaurants, which range from Hallandale Beach north to Lighthouse Point, a ... More >>
There's buying fish from a commercial chain grocery store, and then there's buying fish from a local fish market. If you've ever walked past your local supermarket fish department and gasped for air, you know exactly what I mean.Especially after recent concerns of area fish fraud and mislabeling, we ... More >>
Every Friday for the past few years, Food Not Bombs has been gathering at Stranahan Park in downtown Fort Lauderdale to pass out food to the homeless, hungry, or just plain bored. Our cover story on the group last year found the local chapter bracing for a local crackdown on public food sharing. Whi ... More >>
Legend it that after Saint Patrick banished all the snakes from Ireland, he sat down in a tavern for a Guinness with his leprechaun friend Mike. After bitching about how the weather sucked, they hopped the next plane to Florida and took up boogie boarding.Well, that may not be exactly how t ... More >>
Chef Factor, a cooking contest in Ireland, recently has a call for entries. The prize? A 12 week cooking course, complete with tools of the trade for one lucky winner.When Dee entered her legendary chocolate biscuit cake, her husband decided to do one better than download the required ... More >>
Gordon Maybury Gordon Maybury keeps busy at the PGA Resort.Gordon Maybury has traveled the world as a chef, seeking to find a challenge large enough for his liking. A Dublin native, Maybury has worked at the tony Peninsula Hotel in New York and the Loews in South Beach and is now at the h ... More >>
flckr/yuan2003This easy recipe will take you back to the Ol' Country. Of course, we're not British, but that doesn't mean we can't celebrate the royal wedding! Engrossed in all the royal wedding prep? Too busy watching the horses' tails being brushed (Kate has a horse allergy -- what are they t ... More >>
flickr.comParcells looking over training camp earlier this year.The Miami Dolphins just issued a statement to the media saying that Jeff Ireland will "assume full control over all aspects and decisions in regard to the Miami Dolphin football team and support staff."Ireland, who had some trouble t ... More >>
Think "art minimall" when you visit the Coral Springs Museum this summer.
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At Miami New Times HQ, the newspaper’s editorial staff convened in a conference room to conduct some serious investigative journalism. For 400 years, the region of Bushmills in Ireland has been distilling Irish whiskey for the masses to enjoy. So to celebrate King James 1608 decree granting the co ... More >>
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