Weekdays are the worst, unless you live in South Florida, where we refuse to let a moment go by without cramming it full of entertainment. Whether you're looking to relax and recover from the weekend or would prefer to fill your weekday evening with distracting goings-on, there's something for you ... More >>
It's kind of sexist, but there is an assumption that all women are into the color pink (though we all know that's not really true). While the color has come to symbolize all things womanhood -- breast cancer awareness, women's right groups -- it also stands for terrible wine, namely saccharine whit ... More >>
For the first time in what feels like forever, we had a pretty awesome -- i.e. sunny -- weekend. Unfortunately, all good things come to end. It's time to head back to the fluorescent lights of your cubicle from the hours of 9 to 5. On the bright side, this week brings some awesome evening food and d ... More >>
Whether you're of Italian descent or not, there's something soothing about simply prepared plates of pasta. Maybe there's a stress-relieving physiological response to gluten; maybe it's a carb hangover -- either way, it works. There once was a time in which Italian cuisine was symbolized by littl ... More >>
For all of you who don't know what Dishcrawl is, it's an event geared especially toward foodies and those who just wanna eat. This guided tour takes participants to four local restaurants, allowing them to taste specialty meals. The kicker, however, is that those partaking in Dishcrawl have no idea ... More >>
The pier in Lake Worth recently underwent a major makeover, and along with it came new places to grab a bite to eat. Although the small shopping plaza now known as the Lake Worth Casino lost longtime morning breakfast spot John G's, there's still the oceanfront South Florida gem, Benny's on the Beac ... More >>
So, you consider yourself a foodie. But are you an adventurous foodie? You haven't really taken the plunge into becoming a full-fledged gastronome until you've traveled to some far off destination with stories about how you hand-picked coffee berries straight from the tree in Costa Rica.If you think ... More >>
The year was 1972. Head Coach Don Shula led the Miami Dolphins to their perfect season. It's been 40 years and no team has done it since. Sure the Dolphins have had some missteps; President Obama even had to make a jab about their not-so stellar record. But loyal fans are still commemorating th ... More >>
Denise Cross via Flickr Creative CommonsThis is the message you're gunning for on February 14. Need to butter up your amore on Valentine's Day? One option is an evening of wine and sexy sax at Love in the Park at Huizenga Plaza in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Entry to the event will get you and ... More >>
Timpano Italian Chophouse has updated and expanded its wine list to include more by-the-glass selections, featuring high-end wines.All in all, Timpano will feature more than 50 wines by the glass, including some from boutique vineyards like David Ramey, who's Cabernet Sauvignon will be available ... More >>
With Easter being only a hop away, it's time to get all your eggs in a basket. You may already have the kids' baskets prepared and you know where you're going to church -- but do you know where you're going to brunch?! This Easter, many of your favorite restaurants will be setting up an elab ... More >>
Nicole DannaRuth Berman and Mike Arra love beer. So much so that the two busy Boynton Beach-based chiropractors decided to make a second living out of it.How? By organizing beer vacations, of course.
It's been a rough year for Santa. He's underwater on the mortgage on his North Pole digs, and Mrs. Claus had to take a job at Walmart to make ends meet. He laid off 20 percent of his elves because of slack demand for toys and outsourced his gift fulfillment department to India. His sleigh n ... More >>
ComunicaTIAn actual olive garden.Judging by all these contests for the Spanish-speaking set, American food companies are seriously courting the Latino market. This one is from Olive Garden.
Walk down the aisles of your local giantsupermegamarket and you'll see enough prepared sauces, marinades, rubs, spice blends, and assorted condiments to stack all the way to Pluto. Go online and their number increases to infinity and then some. Most of them are crap. Except for the ones tha ... More >>
C. Stiles Here's what New Times wrote about Gran Forno Bakery in our 2001 Best Of Issue:To find Gran Forno, you could look for the storefront window that displays bakers at work, or you could simply close your eyes (mind your step) and follow your nose. The smell of bread, savory with rosemary, w ... More >>
At Casa d'Angelo, the surprises come where you least expect them.
We've confirmed with executive chef Mark Liberman this morning that Stephen di Asprinio has in fact left the restaurant he gave his name to, Forte di Asprinio, in West Palm Beach, "to pursue other opportunities." Liberman wouldn't, or couldn't tell us much more, except that Asprinio left somet ... More >>
No matter the runtime and budget, Spike Lee's WWII drama is an epic bore
Serafina ups the ante in Victoria Park
A Tuscan couple mean it when they say "Saporissimo!"
Diane Lane indulges in Italian pleasures while ignoring those of the source material
The owner of Pranzo hasn't let his chain-restaurant success spoil his excellent Italian eatery
Tuscan Today Trattoria
July 8 - 14, 1999