Two South Florida chefs are among the semifinalists announced for Best Chef in the South by the James Beard Foundation.
Four years after opening its first location downtown Fort Lauderdale, ROK:BRGR is now bottling and selling its own bourbon barbecue sauce.
Three bits of restaurant chain news.
Check out the closing segment of “Wheel of Fortune” every night this week.
SouthFlorida.com is giving away free tickets to the Burger Bash at the 2015 South Beach Wine and Food Festival.
Of the nearly 100 restaurants I reviewed this year, only four received four star reviews and just two were new -- La Nouvelle Maison in Boca Raton and Meat Market in Delray Beach.
Tony Roma’s, which got its start in 1972 in North Miami, is in the middle of updating all its restaurants.
If you’re a fan of lamb, the Australian lamb growers are sponsoring something special.
“Top Chef” runner-up Nina Compton isn't sitting still since leaving her chef de cuisine position in June at Scarpetta Fontainebleau Miami Beach.
Food is the draw at several upcoming fundraisers, even if it doesn’t mean sitting down in a restaurant and being waited on. Take out your credit card for these very good causes.
Pink is synonymous with Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Sure as stone crab season and pumpkins on porches, we’ve grown accustomed to seeing lots of pink when the calendar rolls around to October.
Three veteran South Florida restaurateurs are opening new restaurants later this year.
If you ever wondered how someone gets to be called a beer geek, look no further than Mark DeNote.
Gerard Walen, author of “Florida Breweries,” comes to the Boca Raton Public Library, 400 NW 2nd Ave, Boca Raton, at 7 p.m. Friday to sign copies of his book and present a guided tasting of local beers.
The Broward Center for the Performing Art’s new waterfront restaurant opens Sunday for brunch and Tuesday for dinner.
For the second time this year, The Meatball Room (3011 Yamato Road, Regency Court, Boca Raton, MeatBallRoom.com) is looking for the best homemade meatballs.
The most anticipated new restaurant in Palm Beach opens today.
For the first time in its 13-year history, the South Beach Wine and Food Festival will bring one of its events to Broward County.
Fox TV’s “MasterChef” is looking for contestants for its sixth season.
Two Miami Beach bars are among the nominees in Food & Wine magazine’s inaugural The People’s Best New Bars.
15th Street Fisheries (1900 SE 15th St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-763-2777, 15StreetFisheries.com
If it’s Monday, its Meatball Monday Madness at Fork & Balls (1301 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, 954-771-2257, ForkandBalls.com).
For this year’s football season, Duffy’s Sports Grill has added a $7 All-American Bloody Mary. It’s made with Tito’s vodka and very dramatically garnished with a bacon cheeseburger slider.