A lot of shenanigans are known to go down at donut shops in the wee hours of the night. One of the few places open at 3 a.m., donut shops were once a watering hole for troublemakers and drunk cravings. That is, until donut shop owners wised up and started handing out free donuts to cops to lure th ... More >>
On a scalding Saturday afternoon, nearly a dozen Miami Beach Police cars are jammed up on the lawns of a shady residential street near Mount Sinai Hospital. Cops lean against their cruisers as a mangy group of about 20 protesters spills out onto the overgrown lawn before a white, single-story house. ... More >>
When Lake Mary resident Gene Devaney started a thread on BeerAdvocate.com last Wednesday, his intention was to merely gather a few hundred bucks in donations to help a friend who recently suffered the tragic loss of his wife. The outpouring of support from the beer geek community in the days followi ... More >>
Yesterday, Michael Lohan (father of Lindsay) announced that he would be publishing his memoir, "I'm Not Your Daddy Dearest ... If I Can Turn My Life Around, So Can You."We caught up with him via phone as he was on his way to the Boca Raton office of TransMedia public relations. (TransMedia CEO Thom ... More >>
Kick Start South Florida is a new feature highlighting local foodies and food-related projects on Kickstarter from Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade. Clean Plate Charlie will profile them here to support and promote food-related crowd-funded projects in South Florida. Spread the word. Share the lov ... More >>
It used to be that you couldn't find a descent Asian-themed restaurant anywhere near downtown West Palm Beach. That was until about six months ago, when several Asian-themed establishments showed up. Among them Fuku (pronounced foo-koo), a bold new lounge-like pan-Asian concept that opened t ... More >>
While a few local mainstays (Cafe Bluefish, Diner 24) and much-hyped enterprises (SpoonFed, M Bar) shuttered their doors in recent weeks, several buzzed-about spots opened their doors in June; Rebel House in Boca Raton and Salt7 (formerly referred to simply as Salt) in Delray Beach. After the jump, ... More >>
Jamie DeRosa, a veteran of Wolfgang Puck Dining Group, Chef Allen's, and the Michelin-starred Fat Duck in England, is breaking onto the South Florida scene with a duo of new spots in Delray Beach, the Atlantic Ocean Club and Buddha Sky Bar. With experience in everything from gastropubs to molecul ... More >>
My recent trip to New Orleans was largely predicated on two things: 1) that I had never before been to the Crescent City, and it was high time I got there, and 2) it's known as one of the best food cities in the country. Sure, you could argue that New York, Chicago, and San Francisco each have more ... More >>
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