Taste Of The Town
The all new L’echon Brasserie is the newest eatery by the trio who created the originally Pubbelly Restaurant group, which is where CBS4’s Lisa Petrillo first met Executive Chef Josh Elliott for a previous Taste of the Town.
World famous chef Masaharu Morimoto has brought his culinary talents to South Florida.
It’s all about the “balls” at the new Fork and Balls restaurant on Las Olas Boulevard in Ft. Lauderdale.
The Old Fort Lauderdale Breakfast House, known to locals as the OB House on Himarshee street is a travel back in time, whether it’s the scent of freshly baked muffins, mouthwatering delights or fluffy biscuits, eggs or sandwiches.
It’s not just about big juicy burgers and beers at OTC Brickell, although both are delicious. It’s about all the great dishes, affordable pricing, the neighborhood and pride in the product based on what Chef Jacob and owner Michael Sullivan call a scratch kitchen.
At first glance, the new 120-seat bistro named Basil Park, looks like a chic modern eatery in the center of Sunny Isles and it is.
If you’re a fan of good barbecue and homemade dishes like creamy mac and cheese, peas and rice, and collard greens–you may want to check out Taste of the Town’s Bar-B-Que Ribs Chicken & Jerk.
Welcome to Drunken Dragon—the newest hottest and tastiest Korean barbecue pub ever to hit Alton Road on South Beach.
“Chemistry cuisine” is all the rage at Wynwood’s Shikany.
There’s a new summer program that’s gaining popularity at the Palms Hotel that’s geared to invigorate the mind, body and soul.