We’re in the middle of high season and that’s normally when we see a lot of restaurant openings. Even in this year of a pandemic, there are plenty of openings and only a few closings to report.
The other night some friends and I went out for drinks and afterward decided we needed a workout, so we headed to the Gym.
Sorry to disagree with Kermit, but with the growing number of vegan and vegetarian places around town, it’s easy being green.
Free-standing food courts are one of the hottest trends in the hospitality industry. They were starting to take off when the pandemic hit.
When it comes to sushi, there are two types of people: those who like it and those who are wrong.
After moving here from the Midwest seven years ago, there were two differences that immediately struck me. People are friendlier and grocery stores are completely different.
My editor Jason Parsley asked me to write a lead-in for the food/dining section of our “Best Of” issue. Luckily, he asked me to write commentary for all the nominees in a category, because picking my favorite Wilton Manors dining establishment would be like Sophie’s Choice.
The restaurant business is mercurial at best and the pandemic didn’t make things any easier. However, for every place that the pandemic shuts down, another seems to pop up in its place, like a game of restaurant Whack-A-Mole.
I have been doing research for a book that has required me to look into some restaurants and clubs from the 1970s which, in turn, got me thinking about some dishes and drinks that were popular back then.
In these divisive times, there’s something upon which the LGBT community can agree; we all love brunch.
In these days of stay-at-home orders and restaurant closings and restrictions, perhaps the best gift you can give is that of some exotic foods delivered right to your loved one’s door.
It may be hard to come up with a reason to give thanks for the “blessings” of 2020.
Smarter than the average bear may have been the catchphrase for the cartoon character Yogi Bear, who always managed to outwit the park ranger, but it could also describe the Bears of South Florida.
One of the things I will miss most this holiday season is large holiday potlucks.
Love conquers all, even COVID fears, or so hope these area eateries and hotels offering special deals for lovebirds looking for a break from self-quarantine.
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One of the joys of fall has always been the tailgate parties before football games, or gathering at someone’s home to watch the game and share some treats.
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