Fort Lauderdale isn't as flashy as Miami nor as food-driven as Delray. And it's not as wealthy as Palm Beach. We have no trendy fried chicken joints like South Beach's Yardbird Southern Table & Bar nor recently nominated James Beard semifinalists like Clay Conley chef/partner of "the island's" Bucc ... More >>
This year has seen an influx of new culinary events for Fort Lauderdale. Cheers for Charity was a great success. Now it's almost time for Flavors of Fort Lauderdale. The next four-day culinary event, which kicks off Tuesday, November 8. The event is meant to showcase the culinary talent and lif ... More >>
After owning Fort Lauderdale's Hi-Life Cafe for 15 years, Top Chef season two contestant Carlos Fernandez decided to pack up his knives and go. Well, sort of. He sold the restaurant but stayed on as executive chef for another two years. He actually packed up his knives about six months ago.&nb ... More >>
If you love chef Douglas Rodriguez and his modern take on traditional Latin foods but dread making the drive down to Miami Beach to eat at De Rodriguez Cuba, fret not.Rodriguez is pairing up with Sea chef/owner Tony Sindaco for a pop-up dinner this Wednesday, March 28 at 7 p.m.
Wellington Green MallDressed Up Mexican at the mall at Solo CantinaAt the end of every month, we look back and take stock of restaurants that have opened and closed. (I know we're a few days into August already; forgive us!) Though the crowds may have migrated north for the summer, and the tempe ... More >>
The celeb chef has checked out, but Erika Di Battista's Sunfish Grill is still in the swim.
At Sunfish Grill, Tony Sindaco is still on top of his game fish
Tony Sindaco's daughter says, "Wait Till Next Year"
If it's spring, must be time for Sunfish Grill to move
The terrorism in the Northeast can bring us together