With another month comes another bunch of new restaurants. Though we still have plenty of spots that we're waiting to see open doors, the four weeks of October proved to be good for the world of food in South Florida. Check out our roundup of restaurant openings, closings, and overall happenings in ... More >>
For years, a giant hotel project has sat partially-finished on one of the most prime pieces of real estate in Broward County. The beachfront property located at 551 N. Fort Lauderdale Beach Blvd. was originally branded as a Donald Trump project but got tied up in financial problems and lawsuits. N ... More >>
Veterans Day is this Monday, November 11 and many restaurants are thanking the people who protect our country with free meals and great deals. All of the deals require valid I.D. and most offers are open to both retired military, veterans, and active members of the U.S. military. Some are even exte ... More >>
As we prepare to close the books on 2012, it's time to look back over the roll call sheets for the year to see who came to Broward and Palm Beach counties in the last 12 months. The burger glut of 2011 has cooled a bit, but there were still an easy half a dozen additions to the gourmet burger scene. ... More >>
The economy may continue to circle the drain, but that doesn't mean the restaurant scene in South Florida has stagnated. July saw the openings of restaurants from Lake Worth to Pembroke Pines and everywhere in between, from fine dining (Italian Red Sauce and Stephane's) to quick hits (Red Robin Gour ... More >>
In one of the more bizarre twists we've seen to an already wild election season, a School Board candidate says she was injured in a post-debate handshake that bruised her hand and ultimately led to a hospital visit. LevineSchool Board candidate Jaemi Levine said that after last night ... More >>
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