The scrumptious eats from the Miami culinary scene may be enjoyed in the comfort of your own home with these great cookbooks.
Life’s a beach at the all new Atlantic Surf Club, which overlooks the ocean in Fort Lauderdale. The laid back yet elegant eatery, which opened this summer, is a picture perfect postcard of the sand and surf.
Lots of people have October 15th circled on their calendar. Not only is it National Grouch Day (really) it’s also the start of the stone crab harvesting season. That means one of Miami Beach’s most famous eateries, Joe’s Stone Crabs, will re-open their doors Tuesday to serve up the delicious and highly sought after crab claws.
There’s a good reason to go out to eat for dinner. In this week’s edition of Taste of the Town, CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo introduces you to an spectacular spot in Sunny Isles called Alba Seaside, located on the second floor of Sole on the Ocean.
Nearly one million people from Palm Beach County down to the Florida Keys could lose their food supply if the federal shutdown continues into November.
It’s the ultimate in comfort food at the Daily Melt in Midtown—a favorite of loyal customers who’ve been coming to the quick dining spot ever since it opened six months ago.
Kim Barbouin, author of the Skinny Bitch series, shares her favorite vegan sweets recipes so you can bake up a storm.
Late Thursday evening, the House of Representatives voted to slash the budget for the nation’s food-stamp program by $39 billion over the next ten years.
The Great Recession, according to economists, technically ended a few years ago. But, based on jobless numbers and poverty, South Florida has a long way to go to ever recover from the economic downturn that devastated the nation.
An old French tradition has finally made it into Miami’s cutting edge culinary scene—L’Entrecote de Paris. The charming new bistro recently made its U.S. debut just off Brickell Avenue.