South Beach Wine and Food Festival
Geoffrey Zakarian knows the odds. He knows all too well that the chances of succeeding in the restaurant world are so remote as to be almost comical.
There was a chill in the air at the Thompson Hotel Friday afternoon as star chef and restaurateur Geoffrey Zakarian hosted his live Food Talk radio show on Sirius XM.
The South Beach Wine and Food festival officially kicked off its 14th year on Thursday night and it all began with a taste of Italy.
Whether you’re a wine aficionado or a “foodie,” the South Beach Wine and Food Festival is the place to be this weekend.
On the opening day of the 14th Annual South Beach Wine and Food Festival Thursday, it’s a special Taste of the Town.
There is something brewing up at the FIU Chaplin School of hospitality’s North Miami Campus, literally.
A grandfather wipes away a tear as his beloved granddaughter, Cassandra Gonzalez tenderly hugs him. Jose Gonzalez is blind and Cassandra willingly serves as his eyes and guide in life.
Not only are the world’s best chefs cooking up some fancy meals on South Beach this weekend, a group of South Florida high school students whipped up a healthy snack in a most unusual way.
Danny Meyer and Chuck Wagner, two of the most accomplished men in food and wine, took very different paths to success. But both credit much of that success to the same force — television.
Two years ago, Michelle Bernstein shocked the food world when she shuttered her hugely successful tapas restaurant, Sra. Martinez.