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11 Buzzy Palm Beach Hotel Restaurants to Check Out This …

This March, Florie’s, the restaurant from chef Mauro Colagreco, will have a new chef de cuisine — Nino La Spina, who worked at Colagreco’s GrandCoeur in Paris and will debut a new menu.  Favorites such as heirloom tomato and persimmon carpaccio will remain, along with tandoori and yakitori preparations and fish and vegetables from the

Miami Beach Chefs to Be Honored at City Hall

The South Beach Wine & Food Festival (SOBEWFF) is over till next year, but its impact still resonates in South Florida. According to the SOBEWFF website, a report generated with the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau’s research division in 2018 concluded the festival has an estimated economic impact of more than $34 million on

Here's Where to Find Miami's Best Nikkei Restaurants

Over the past year or so, several culinary concepts that specialize in Nikkei cuisine have debuted in Miami. The word, pronounced nee-kay, refers to people of Japanese descent living elsewhere in the world. The term has come to be closely associated with a kind of cuisine by way of Japanese immigrants who landed in Peru

SOBEWFF 2020: Burger Bash and Art of Tiki's Big Winners

Each year, the South Beach Wine & Food Festival attracts the best chefs and most creative bartenders from around the world, allowing attendees the opportunity to sample fantastic food and drinks at the dozens of parties and events happening during the weekend. Last night, two of the festival’s marquee events — Burger Bash and Art

The True Story of the Porn Shot Inside a Hialeah Miami Subs

My adventures in pornland began on Instagram. A few months ago, a local influencer uploaded a screenshot of a woman in an orange uniform posing behind a cash register in a run-of-the-mill fast-food restaurant. It could’ve been anywhere in the world, but of course it was in Miami-Dade County. The influencer’s caption was something along

A Guide to SOBEWFF 2020 Brunch Events

The South Beach Wine & Food Festival (SOBEWFF) will soon flood South Florida with hundreds of events for five days. But only the weekend will boast the Holy Grail of meals: brunch. The best part about these events is there are ample seats and tables to sit, rest your feet, and eat a proper meal.

Miami's Best Chefs Share Their Favorite SOBEWFF Events …

One landmark weekend a year sees 65,000 foodies descend upon Miami Beach to indulge in copious amounts of tantalizing fare and libations. This February 19 to 23, it’ll happen again, when visitors and locals alike flock to the South Beach Wine & Food Festival. Twenty twenty marks the fest’s 19th edition, and it only gets bigger