Cities tend to get all the cred when it comes to dining. It's usually the downtown areas and restaurant strips that host all the trendy bars and eateries -- hey, that's just the way it is. For the most part, if you're looking for chef-driven fare, emerging concepts, great cocktails, or craft beer, ... More >>
Few countries have culinary traditions as rigorous as the French. While the cuisine was influenced by the Italians during the Renaissance, during the 17th century chefs like François Pierre La Varenne and Marie-Antoine Carême took the basics and pioneered movements that would create a unique nati ... More >>
Good food, good wine and good service. It's a simple statement, but manages to sum up what a trip to new Fort Lauderdale restaurant d.b.a./cafe is all about.It was especially intriguing for South Florida chef Steve Zobel, who fell in love with the concept for d.b.a./cafe the moment he read the Craig ... More >>
Congressman-elect Allen West was interviewed on Fox News Sunday this weekend. He was surprisingly mellow. The barn-burning campaigner who called for an armed march on Lexington and Concord was nowhere in evidence. Despite interviewer Chris Wallace's best efforts at incitement, West remained poise ... More >>
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