Taste Of The Town
Welcome to Sweet Dogs off 8th St. and 47th Ave. in Coral Gables, a hidden gem where wieners take on a whole new meaning.
Nobody likes to be hungry which is why some of South Florida’s top chefs will be serving up some delicious meals at this week’s Taste of the Nation, a major fundraiser for childhood hunger.
Chef Nunzio Fuschillo of Bocce Ristorante in Midtown showed CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo how to make fresh-pulled mozzarella—a true art, rarely done these days.
Welcome to Lyon Freres Petit Marche, or Lyon Brothers small market. Lyon Frere is named after the French foodie driven city, Lyon, and is the French version of owner and Chef Ken Lyon’s last name. He and his brother also have a catering business. This chef-curated market is off 16 and Alton Road on Miami Beach.
A little slice of Italy is drawing in the crowds in the courtyard of a hipster area called Ironside, which is just west and south of 79th Street in Miami.
Mark has been cooking up authentic homemade food as owner and head chef of Randazzo’s for 12 years.
It’s a Monday afternoon and the weekly farmers’ market just outside the brand new Café at Books and Books at the Adrienne Arsht Center is in full swing. There are plenty of fresh veggies and fruits for picking—the perfect ingredients for one of Miami’s top chefs, Allen Susser, to buy his farm fresh produce for the restaurant which is just steps away.
It’s hard to miss chef Phillipe Ruiz’s charming French accent while he’s describing one of the many wonderful dishes he prepares.
Its plain to see the all new Quality Meats is a convergence of the past and future. Located on Collins Avenue at 15th Street, the restaurant is in the former Bancroft Hotel, an historic art deco gem.
It’s the ultimate backyard barbeque—grown-up style. They call it Buck’s Beer Garden, a twice monthly pop-up, held in the backyard of the Raleigh Hotel South Beach in the area called The Oasis. James Beard award-winning chef Michael Schwartz came up with the idea for this poolside playground.