Miami-Based Winemaker Donae Burston Pushing Back Against Tired Rosé StereotypesPale pink wine, known as rosé is often linked to summer sun and female-only happy hours. But a Miami-based winemaker is pushing back against those stereotypes and attempting to make the beverage broadly appealing and more inclusive to all races and genders.
New South Florida Resident & Celebrity Chef Donatella Arpaia Shares Her Refreshing Recipe For Citrus CapreseCelebrity chef Donatella Arpaia, owner of two popular Provo Pizzabars in New York City, and a regular on the Food Network, now calls South Florida home and is sharing her impressive summer recipe for Citrus Caprese.
SOBEWFF & FIU Chaplin School Hospitality Industry Relief Fund Receives $5 Million Grant To Support Hospitality BusinessesThe South Beach Wine and Food Festival and FIU Chaplin School Hospitality have received a $5 million grant from Miami Dade County designed to provide immediate relief to restaurants and bars impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Florida Lobster Mini-Season UnderwayFlorida’s two-day lobster mini-season officially got underway at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday but some boaters found it difficult to get into the water early due to curfews and marina closures in Miami-Dade, Broward, and Monroe Counties.
Florida Lobster Mini-Season Begins At Midnight, But Many Marinas Will Be ClosedFlorida’s two-day lobster mini-season gets underway at 12:01 a.m. Wednesday but getting your boat in the water early may prove difficult due to curfews and marina closures in Miami-Dade, Broward and Monroe Counties.
Chef Cindy Hutson Closing Ortanique On The Mile In Coral Gables After 21 YearsChef Cindy Hutson is a familiar name to many in South Florida, whether you’re in the restaurant business or just a self-described foodie.
FWC Shortens Stone Crab Season In Order To Increase PopulationFlorida’s stone crab population is dwindling and that has the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission making changes to its recreational and commercial stone crab regulations.
Miami-Dade Restaurant Owners Take To The Streets To Protest Indoor Dining RestrictionsMembers of Miami-Dade County’s restaurant industry are coming together to protest Mayor Carlos Gimenez’s Emergency Order which shuts down indoor restaurant dining rooms in the face of rising coronavirus cases.
7-Eleven Cancels Free Slurpee Day Because Of Coronavirus PandemicConvenience store chain 7-Eleven is canceling their annual free Slurpee day because of “the uncertainties associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.”
Miami Spice Kicks Off Early To Help Jump Start Restaurants Still Reeling From COVID-19 ClosuresAre you hungry for a delicious meal at a South Florida restaurant at a discount? The Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau has launched its annual Miami Spice Restaurant Program.
Tired Of Take Out? Cities Of Miami, Miami Beach, & Hialeah Reopening Restaurants WednesdayTired of take out? Don't want to pay for delivery anymore? The cities of Miami, Miami Beach and Hialeah are moving to the next phase of reopening Wednesday, allowing restaurants to reopen their doors to customers again for the first time since March 16, when dining rooms were closed to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Miami Dolphins Foundation Launches Food Relief ProgramThe Miami Dolphins Foundation and team owner Stephen Ross are stepping up to help families in need keep food on their tables.
Reopening South Florida: Miami, Miami Beach, & Hialeah Reopening Restaurants WednesdayThe cities of Miami, Miami Beach and Hialeah are moving to the next phase of reopening Wednesday, May 27 when they allow restaurants to reopen their doors to customers again for the first time since March 16, when dining rooms were closed and business was limited to takeout and delivery to stem the spread of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Impact: South Florida Luxury Caterer 'Pivots To Do Things Differently'Bill Hansen Catering has been one of South Florida's top luxury caterers and event production companies for almost 40 years.
Coronavirus Food Supply Concerns: Supermarkets Hustle To Keep Up With Consumer DemandConcerns over food supplies are circulating following the closing of big meat processing facilities due to COVID-19. Some say that the longer food plant closures continue, the more at risk the nation’s food supply could be and that has local supermarkets hustling to keep up with consumer demand.