Former Miami Beach restaurant magnate Jonathan Eismann wasn’t in court Friday, but during his arraignment, his lawyer entered a plea of not guilty to charges including vehicular homicide for a deadly October 2012 accident.
His name is drawn on the napkins and chop sticks at his more than 30 restaurants around the world, but chef and restaurateur Nobuyuki “Nobu” Matsuhisa prefers to stay out of the limelight.
Another lawsuit has been filed on behalf of the family of a well-known executive chef killed in a hit and run rash on Collins Ave. in Miami Beach last month.
The holiday season is here, bringing good tidings, visitors and delicious delicacies. Just as Christmas is celebrated with gingerbread and fruit cakes, the festivities of Hanukkah include eating potato latkes, also known as delicious potato pancakes.
Art Ginsburg, a culinary institution on midday TV newscasts for decades, died at his home in Weston Wednesday following a struggle with pancreatic cancer. He was 81.
South Florida foodies have a unique opportunity. A young chef is changing South Florida’s palate with unusual ingredients that have food lovers salivating but you only have until the end of July to taste test his creative cuisine because it’s being served in a pop-up restaurant.
Journalist, novelist, playwright, screenwriter, director, producer, chef…Nora Ephron was all of those and more.
Police released the 911 call and surveillance video in the case of the man who was stabbed and killed in the parking lot of a T.G.I. Friday’s parking lot in Pembroke Pines last Thursday.
There are good spirits all around as the South Beach Wine & Food Festival takes shape. Top flight chefs and wine experts will attract tens of thousand of visitors over the next four days.
Key West Chef Mitchell W. Hill wasn’t just cooking up chow, he was stirring up trouble and now finds himself in hot water with charges of video voyeurism and extortion.