America’s southernmost island went to the dogs New Year’s Eve, when about 175 short-legged, long-bodied canines and their owners staged the 10th annual Key West Dachshund Walk.
If you’re itching for a new way to scratch your New Year’s Eve fever, South Florida has you covered.
Tsukuro is Fort Lauderdale Beach’s newest Asian-inspired dining destination.
All-you-can eat buffets often feature low prices but sub-quality food. However, at these Miami restaurants, feast as much as you want on their top-notch buffets.
New Year’s Eve revelers celebrated the arrival of 2014 in Key West with four warm-weather takeoffs on the traditional “ball drop” in New York City’s Times Square — including the “drop” of a renowned female impersonator in a super-sized red high heel.
South Florida’s connection to Japan is bridged by the wide variety of sushi restaurants the area offers. Hundreds of options are available, but only a handful made the top list. Umami 1400 NW 87th Ave. […]
Whether you’re trying the latest dishes on the menu at the original Pubbelly, or at their uber popular Pubbelly Sushi, or perhaps visiting the meaty PB Steak, you know you’re sitting at a booming food franchise as it’s one of Miami’s fastest growing restaurant empires.
Makoto Okuwa is a master chef who brings more than 20 years’ experience of Japanese cooking to his namesake restaurant at Bal Harbour shops, Makoto, which opened in 2011.
From the New River to the crowds of Duval street, South Floridians gathered to watch things rise, fall, and flounce to mark the arrival of midnight and the year 2013.
The South Florida study by the Oceana Foundation follows a nationwide effort to identify what we’re really eating, make sure we know where it comes from, and make sure it’s as healthy as possible.