UPDATE: This post has new information on the location and theme behind Clay Conley's latest venture. Two-time James Beard Award semifinalist Clay Conley has confirmed he will be opening a new concept in the Flamingo Park district of West Palm Beach later this spring. Conley will be working with th ... More >>
Around and around we go; today is the start to yet another lovely workweek. Hopefully, you have a bit of a spring in your step from some indulgent weekend activities. If not, don't fret; there are still plenty of events to keep you busy through your working days. Whether you're looking to enjoy a f ... More >>
Restaurants and foods tend to come around in trends. Remember when a new gourmet burger joint seemed to be opening its doors, like, every other day? Pizza, on the other hand, is one of the least fashionable food items on the planet -- it's been around since the Roman days. As stable as it is, bre ... More >>
If you haven't noticed, comfort food is kind of "in" right now. And while most people go on and on about their favorite local places to pick up a burger or some other gratifying delicacy, few South Floridians know more about the subject than Miami-based food-blogger Burger Beast.On Saturday night, t ... More >>
Here's a round up of food news from our favorite funky town to the north.1.) Tacos Al Carbon opened another taco shop at 6th Ave. South and Congress. The menu offers the same as the original location, with more seafood specials and entrees. Take note: the shop offers abbreviated hours, from 8 a.m ... More >>
Here's your chance to vote in our New Times Broward-Palm Beach Readers' Poll 2012 for your favorite pizza. Text the code corresponding to your pick from the list below to 61721.The results will appear in our annual Best Of Broward-Palm Beach issue June 14. Click here for a master list of a Reade ... More >>
We're counting down to New Times' Best Of Broward/Palm Beach 2012 issue in June by serving up our top 100 favorite dishes. Click here for a full archive. If you have any nominations of your own, please add them to the comments, or visit our Facebook page. 94. Margherita Napoletana From Luigi Coal ... More >>
Photos by Robert SietsemaThis is where the barbecue addiction begins.Right around 9 o'clock last night, a cheer was raised in the kitchen. The overworked FedEx folk had finally delivered the barbecue.It was Texas barbecue, and for one of the ten individuals staying in our home for the holidays&nb ... More >>
Epic Meal Time - bring your appetite.After a long day writing about five-star restaurants making teeny-tiny portions of foam-infused fois-gras petit fours, we sometimes long for... well, junk food and plenty of it. Like you, we obsess over slices of bacon, five-patty burgers, and mor ... More >>
Michael Schwartz's genuine food has made him one of South Florida's most acclaimed chefs. At a time when foams and gels and airs and kitchens outfitted with the kind of equipment better suited to a science lab than a place to cook have been lavished with more hype than the Super Bowl, ... More >>
Cast your vote in the comments field below for the best pizza in Broward and Palm Beach counties. The poll ends May 15. Your votes will appear in our New Times Best of Broward-Palm Beach edition June 16. Click here for a full list of Readers' Poll categories.
Photo by Jamie LongSex and pizza have joined forces in the form of an adult film created at one of Fort Lauderdale's busiest pizzerias -- Squiggy's. The restaurant, located on SW 2nd Street in the Himmarshee nightlife district, plays a starring role in some porn brought to you by "Pervert Pete" ... More >>
The best thing to happen to chicken wings since the invention of hot sauce is the upscale pizzeria. Sure, everyone loves Buffalo chicken wings, perhaps the ultimate culinary achievement in turning a pig's ear (or in this case, the useless appendages of a corporate-raised sack of virtually f ... More >>
John LinnTell us what is the best pizza in Broward and Palm Beach counties in the comments section below.Need some suggestions? Click here to view our pizza guide with critics' picks.And click here for a master list of all Readers' Poll items.
They say the restaurant business is a good way to lose your shirt, but over the past dozen or so years, Richard Day has managed to have his shirt and wear it too, along with a series of local restaurants, culminating in his latest venture, 33480 Bar & Grill.Though wearing the zip code of Palm Be ... More >>
Skip the work; cut to the chow