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  • The Ten Best Restaurants in Broward for This New Year's Eve

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    The Ten Best Restaurants in Broward for This New Year's Eve

    New Year's Eve is one of those days you either love or hate with a passion. You may not want to deal with the traffic; you may hate the crowds; you might not have anyone to kiss; midnight could be well past your granny bedtime; or you may just th...

    by Sara Ventiera on December 26, 2013
  • Swank Southern Kitchen Rises in Davie

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    Swank Southern Kitchen Rises in Davie

    With a rodeo, a downtown "Western district," an equestrian-themed McDonald's, and a horse hitching post at the Walmart Supercenter, Davie is known as a country-Western sort of town. With mile upon mile of chain restaurants and sports bars, Davie is ...

    by Sara Ventiera on December 19, 2013
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    The Farmer's Table Offers Ethical, Organic Eats for Every Type of Foodie

    Over the past few years, consumers have started to seek out ethically conscious options at grocery stores -- just think about all the ruckus over Trader Joe's locations coming to town. Though it really is simple enough to prepare healthy, organic, ...

    by Sara Ventiera on December 19, 2013
  • Hardy Park Bistro: Upscale Cuisine for Fort Lauderdale Landlubbers

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    Hardy Park Bistro: Upscale Cuisine for Fort Lauderdale Landlubbers

    Hardy Park Bistro's chef-owner Philip Darmon, an Australian native, has charted a unique course through the culinary world, guided in no small part by coincidence and fate. About 11 years ago, he was working as a chef in high-end Sydney restaurants ...

    by Sara Ventiera on December 12, 2013
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    Sky Thai Sushi on Las Olas Fuses Traditional Thai and Authentic Japanese

    Las Olas Boulevard is home to dozens of restaurants featuring cuisine from around the world. From seafood to French to Italian to American to Brazilian and everything in between, there are multiple options on the busy little strip. The boulevard re...

    by Sara Ventiera on December 12, 2013
  • Marc Falsetto Seeks to Make Himmarshee Street a Foodie Destination

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    Marc Falsetto Seeks to Make Himmarshee Street a Foodie Destination

    A few years back, Fort Lauderdale's Himmarshee Street was a bustling downtown area filled with restaurants, bars, and entertainment. But lately, aside from places catering to the 1 a.m. bar crowd, much of the area has been left behind as a destinati...

    by Sara Ventiera on December 5, 2013
  • Bar Stache Brings Cocktail Culture to Fort Lauderdale

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    Bar Stache Brings Cocktail Culture to Fort Lauderdale

    As is the case today, in the late 19th Century, one was required to carry a license to serve alcoholic beverages. As is also the case today, some enterprising individuals would just do what they pleased anyway, including operating bars without legal...

    by Sara Ventiera on November 28, 2013
  • Ten Best Thanksgiving Dinners in Broward

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    Ten Best Thanksgiving Dinners in Broward

    Preparing the Thanksgiving dinner is one of the great, ongoing American traditions. As enjoyable as it may be, throwing a Thanksgiving dinner can be a major pain if you're not the domestic type. It takes days of planning, costs tons of money, create...

    by Sara Ventiera on November 21, 2013
  • Chef's Palette Cafe & Grill: Dine Where Chefs Become Chefs

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    Chef's Palette Cafe & Grill: Dine Where Chefs Become Chefs

    The dining room of the Chef's Palette Cafe & Grill looks much like any high-end restaurant. A hostess stand sits at the entrance. Formal place settings, replete with bread plates, salad, and dinner forks on the left, crisp white triangular folded na...

    by Sara Ventiera on November 14, 2013
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    Piccolo Ristorante Offers a Taste of All of Italy

    Everyone has his or her own definition of comfort fare. To some, it's a warm and creamy potato soup; to others, it's a giant slab of meat; to many, it's a heaping bowl of pasta paired with a glass of Chianti. If you fall under the latter category, ...

    by Sara Ventiera on November 14, 2013
  • Gabose: Top Korean Worth a Drive

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    Gabose: Top Korean Worth a Drive

    The beef tongue arrives raw and slivered, its flesh marbled with strips of fat. You cook it on a wire grate over charcoal, which burns crimson in a pit on your table. In seconds, the meat turns from pink and slick to charred and shriveled. "It's too...

    by Emily Codik on November 8, 2013
  • Buzz Is On for Broward's Only Community Apiary

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    Buzz Is On for Broward's Only Community Apiary

    When most kids were terrified of getting stung, Dr. Leo Gosser was developing a lifelong passion for bees. As the son of a beekeeper, he has been around the buzzing little insects many consider a pest for most of his life. He believes they are indis...

    by Sara Ventiera on October 31, 2013
  • Saltwater Brewery: Delray's Newest

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    Saltwater Brewery: Delray's Newest

    To the west of Interstate 95, on a parcel of land adjacent to the CSX railway in Delray Beach, sits a massive, white-roofed, red-painted structure. It is both a repurposed barn and an important piece of South Florida history. It is also the future h...

    by Doug Fairall on October 24, 2013
  • Ten Best Chefs in Broward County

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    Ten Best Chefs in Broward County

    Broward County is known for many things: beautiful beaches, spring break, giant yachts, the largest per-capita gay community in the country, an inability to vote properly, the most hated woman on the internet in Taylor Chapman (well, a couple of mon...

    by Sara Ventiera on October 17, 2013
  • Former Strip-Club DJ Reinvents Himself as a Doughnut King

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    Former Strip-Club DJ Reinvents Himself as a Doughnut King

    Before Shawn Neifeld opened Mojo Donuts, South Florida's hottest doughnut shop, with his wife, Shelly, he spun records at strip clubs Cheetah and Miami Gold. Before that, he owned a gambling magazine, an ice cream shop in Lauderhill, and CD stor...

    by Zachary Fagenson on October 10, 2013
  • Bimini Boatyard Has a New Owner, a New Chef, and a New Look

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    Bimini Boatyard Has a New Owner, a New Chef, and a New Look

    In 24 years, Bimini Boatyard has seen a pair of owners, a handful of chefs, unknown dozens of million-dollar yachts bouncing up in the harbor, and more cheesy engagement photos than you can shake a stick at. Through it all, the perfect views, coo...

    by Zachary Fagenson on October 3, 2013
  • The Ten Best Restaurants in Hallandale Beach

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    The Ten Best Restaurants in Hallandale Beach

    "It's got to be the most boring, mundane street in South Florida," says Dr. Paul George, an oft-quoted Miami Dade College professor and historian, when I ask about Hallandale Beach Boulevard. "It's more a racetrack to the beach than anything else." ...

    by Zachary Fagenson on September 26, 2013
  • Food Trucks Open Brick-and-Mortar Restaurants: B.C. Tacos, Green Bar & Kitchen, and Blue Willy's

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    Food Trucks Open Brick-and-Mortar Restaurants: B.C. Tacos, Green Bar & Kitchen, and Blue Willy's

    The line stretching toward the door at Blue Willy's Barbecue Market is three years in the making. More than a dozen people tap their feet impatiently as Will Banks stands before a heavy wood chopping block, cleaving off smoke-ringed ribs and cutting...

    by Zachary Fagenson on September 19, 2013
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    La Dolce Vita: The Basics Work Best

    Fort Lauderdale beach restaurant La Dolce Vita was named for Italian director Federico Fellini's intricate, three-hour, 1960 masterpiece of the same name. But the place is deceptively simple. The movie was set among Roman landmarks and followe...

    by Zachary Fagenson on September 12, 2013
  • The Ten Best Restaurants in Fort Lauderdale

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    The Ten Best Restaurants in Fort Lauderdale

    Fort Lauderdale isn't as flashy as Miami nor as food-driven as Delray. And it's not as wealthy as Palm Beach. It has no trendy fried chicken joints like South Beach's Yardbird Southern Table & Bar nor recently nominated James Beard semifinalists ...

    by Sara Ventiera on September 5, 2013
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