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  • Chef Douglas Rodriguez returns to Coral Gables with OLA Steak...
  • Chef Bernie Matz is back on Lincoln Road at Café Books & Books...
  • Nueva Cocina a new Miami-based line of Latin products...
  • Chef Scott Uehlein to open Cayon Ranch Café in MiMo Hotel in Miami Beach...
  • Chef Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck Restaurant in UK voted Best in the World...
  • And More


  • Mother's Day Brunches around town, Sunday May 8th...
  • And More

  • Palm Beach Chef Hubert Des Marais to cook at Aqua Four Seasons Miami, May 4 to 8...
  • Chef Allen Susser launches Palate to Pallette on May 5...
  • FISPAL, the First Latin Food Fair in the US, in Miami Beach, May 4 to 6...
  • The Ritz Carlton Spa South Beach get Mobil Travel Guide Four Stars...
  • Cinco de Mayo festivities...
  • Six 2 Six offers prix-fixe summer menu on Lincoln Road...
  • And More

Miami Photo Shoot



La Dorada

Tara Steak & Lobster House

Two Wonderful Releases from Napa Valley, California and one from Long Island, New York State::
Atlas Peak Sangiovese and Grgich Hills Zinfandel; And one from Long Island, New York State: Bedell Cellars Merlot.
Domaines Barons de Rothschild
raise the bar for local wines of Portugal with Quinta do Carmo Alentejo, a lush, full-bodied, ripe and unctuous mouthfeel.
Sylvain Pitiot,
one of the most talented winemakers in Burgundy crafts the legendary Mommessin/Boisset Clos de Tart Grand Cru
Tyrrell's Wines:
Great Shiraz, Chardonnay, No Screw Caps. The story of Tyrrell's Wines is inextricably linked to the story of wine in Australia. The fifth generation winemakers is producing food-friendly, award-winning, competitive priced wines
Bruno Rocca Barbaresco Rabaja.
Italians are very jealous and proud of their Barbaresco. The elegant, fine and graceful wine from Piemonte, Italy is where the nebbiolo grape attains greatness.

SICILY is fast becoming the next culinary destination as its imaginative chefs deconstruct generations of grandmother's cooking, reinvent the island's tradition in lighter and more creative ways.

GENOA, Modern and Historical - A city that opens up behind Normand ramparts and Medieval walls, inside Renaissance churches, around every street corner.
Recently published Books on Wine and terroirs give the wine lover a new, updated perspective on wine: we've reviewed North American Pinot Noir by Jon Winthrop Haeger, Journey to The Chianti, Getting to Know an Ancient Tuscan Region by Leonardo Castelluci; The Winemaker's Dance: Exploring Terroir in the Napa Valley by Jonathan Swinchatt and David G.Howell; The Wines of Bordeaux: Vintages and Tasting Notes 1952-2003, by Clive M. W. Coates; and Great Wine Terroirs by Jacques Fanet.

The Bilmore International Food & Wine Weekend April 29 to May 1st ... And More

BRUNCH... And More
... And More


Happy hours, Sunday brunches, Music & Entertainment.

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