Chairs made out of recycled soda bottles, filtered water: A few Miami chefs chimed in on how they try to reduce waste or recycle at their restaurants.
A couple of free Smartphone apps give the lowdown on where chefs like to eat in Miami.
Some local food lovers are feeling pop-up fatigue, as evidenced by a Twitter conversation yesterday.
Along with the ever-expanding constellation of art fairs and gallery events during Art Basel, pop-ups are mushrooming during this time of year, including bars, shops and restaurants.
Tips on where to eat near the Miami Book Fair
Roadshows, taverns–what century is this? Food events worth checking out this weekend and beyond…
Tidbits that I found interesting this morning…. Chef-owner Michael Schwartz of Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink took home a James Beard Award last night. He was named Best Chef: South. Other nominees included Zach Bell of Cafe Boulud in Palm Beach, Scott Boswell of Stella! in New Orleans, John Harris of Lilette in New Orleans, [...]
Ed. Note: Fleming is now closed. Fleming is tucked on the side of a strip mall on 136th Avenue Street, close to the Falls. It’s popular with Pinecrest locals. Have you heard of it? Exactly. Fleming hopes to increase its visibility with a turn on Gordon Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares. The surly chef and his staff [...]
* * * Photo by David Siqueira (stock.xchang)* * * Here are some deals going on at local restaurants this week: Name Your Own Price at Pardo’s Chicken Pardo’s Chicken is letting customers name their own price for Tuesday’s lunch–a Peruvian-style rotisserie chicken meal. When: Tuesday, Feb. 23 from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm Where: [...]
* * * Photos by David Samayoa * * * Here are some photos from the chocolate buffet at Cantina Beach (Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne). French pastry chef Patrick Lassaque and assistant pastry chef Bethany Haltibeitel took three days to prepare the spread. It was $22 per person for the dessert buffet. I skipped the fancy [...]