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Florida ClandesDine Pop Up Dinner Jan. 26

December 30, 2012

ORLANDO – ClandesDine is a 5-course pop-up dinner with a secret menu by Chef Bryce Balluff taking place inside TheDailyCity.com Cardboard Art Festival exhibit space on January 26, 2012.

The chef is Bryce Balluff. A Michelin-starred chef, he’s been at dozens of great restaurants in Florida.

Find out more at TheDailyCity.com Cardboard Art Festival.

Flavor Palm Beach Begins

September 2, 2012

PALM BEACH – The fifth-annual month-long dining event held each September is breathing new life into its program, starting with a newly formed partnership with Share Our Strength, one of the nation’s leading not-for-profit organizations. Flavor Palm Beach has also launched a head turning photo campaign featuring local familiar faces, and changed the format of the kick off events.

Flavor is proud to announce its new partnership with Share Our Strength, a national nonprofit that is ending childhood hunger in America. The organization’s highest priority is to make sure that every child in America gets the nutritious food he or she needs to learn, grow, and thrive, – Flavor Palm Beach is helping reach that goal. As an activist for the organization, Flavor will be donating all event proceeds to SOS.

To help continue to entice residents to dine out all month while offering restaurants a creative platform to present their food, Flavor Palm Beach introduces a new program with local kick off parties replacing the one central event of years past. The premiere event on August 29, which will serve as Flavor’s kickoff event and the launch of the new program, will be relocated from Downtown Waterfront to local restaurant Top of the Point also in downtown. Flavor will host weekly Meet the Chef events every Wednesday in September, each time highlighting a different restaurant in the county starting with Sept 5th at III Forks and Cantina Laredo at Midtown in Palm Beach Gardens, Sept 12th at the Historic Sundy House in Boca Raton, and a finale at PB Catch on Sept 26th, tickets and more information are available on the company’s website. The evenings will include small bites, an evening signature beverage, silent auction and more.

The photo campaign features familiar local faces telling the story of why they love Flavor Palm Beach. LILA Photo shot the campaign which features James Beard award nominated chefs Clay Conley and Zach Bell, world famous collage artist Bruce Helander, award winning food journalist Jan Norris, some adorable babies with a tongue in cheek reason and many more. The campaign has already worked with over 1500 new fans on the Facebook page.

Flavor Palm Beach invites foodies to take advantage of extraordinarily priced three-course lunches and dinners from Palm Beach County’s best restaurants. The three-course lunch is priced at $20 and the three-course dinner is $30/$35per person. September is your chance to discover new restaurants and enjoy all your favorites at a discounted price! Almost 50 restaurants include Café Boulud, Renato’s, III Forks Steakhouse, Capital Grille, PB Catch, Pistache French Bistro, Ruth’s Chris, Talay Thai, Café Chardonnay, Flagler Steakhouse, 3800 Ocean, Charley’s Crab, The Sundy House, Vic and Angelos, Sundy House, Imoto, The Office, Top of the Point, The Italian Restaurant at The Beakers, Rosso Italia, Patio Delray, The Restaurant at the Four Seasons, The Leopard Lounge at the Chesterfield Hotel. City Oyster, Josef’s Table, Red the Steakhouse, and many more. For a complete list, menus and reservations visit FlavorPB.com

For more information on Flavor Palm Beach, visit www.flavorpb.com. Learn more about Share Our Strength at www.strength.org.
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Flavor Palm Beach
4521 PGA Blvd
Palm Beach Gardens, Florida 33418

Pomona Bistro and Wine Bar on Citrus Square Sarasota

July 29, 2012

SARASOTA – The restaurant Pomona is a cozy, urbane restaurant just north of Fruitville Road in downtown Sarasota. The young, well-dressed crowd at the restaurant favors its unfussy service and straightforward meals presented without pretense. Read more

Darby’s Sandwich Shop, Lincoln Road

June 28, 2012

MIAMI BEACH – An old view of Lincoln Road. Anyone for Darby’s Sandwich Shop? For anyone interested in Florida’s retro restaurants, visit the Flickr site:

http://www.flickr.com/groups/735224@N25/pool/with/7056525147/#photo_7056525147

If you remember anything great about Darby’s, leave a bit of history below.

 

Remembering Lum’s in Fort Lauderdale, Miami

January 10, 2012

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FORT LAUDERDALE – Lum’s was once a chain of family restaurants in the U.S. It’s first location was in Miami, but the chain grew in Florida. Here, a photo of a location in Fort Lauderdale, from the Florida Memory Flickr page.

Who wouldn’t like world famous hot dogs, steamed in beer?

Gradually, the chain expanded across the states and into Europe. It failed, but memories survive.

Randy’s Key Lime Pie

January 5, 2012

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NAPLES – This Key Lime pie was made by Randy’s Fishmarket Restaurant in Naples and sold in grocery stores. Tasty but not too tart, it has a crumbly Graham cracker crust.

Emiliano’s Speaks Latin in Gainesville’s Old South Downtown

January 1, 2012

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GAINESVILLE – In a college town, there are always plenty of places to drink, but not always to eat. In Gainesville, these bar/restaurants are all located around University Avenue just north of the University of Florida campus. Read more

Tic Toc in Daytona Beach, Where Jay and Sis Entertained

October 18, 2011

Tic-Toc Cocktail Bar Restaurant Pit Bar-B-Que and Package Store Daytona Beach FL

DAYTONA BEACH – We happened upon the Flickr site of William Bird’s site of Florida postcards and history, and saw this old postcard of the Tic Toc.

Wethinks if it were still around, it would be a big hit.

The place was actually the Tic-Toc Cocktail Bar Restaurant Pit Bar-B-Que and Package Store. What a name.

It was at 2120 So. Atlantic Ave. The back of the card read “Most popular meeting place in the heart of 2000 Cottage Colony on World Famous Beach. Open 7 days a week. Bathers welcome. “Jay” and “Sis” your hosts.

Take a look at the Flickr site..its alot of fun. It’s called Edge and Corner Wear

Dine Out Fort Lauderdale Plates Up ‘Til November 10

October 18, 2011

Dine Out Lauderdale Restaurant weekFORT LAUDERDALE – The entire month of October (and a bit more after that) is dedicated to promoting leading restaurants and their chefs in this resort city in the Dine Out Lauderdale promotion.

In the dining program, leading restaurants have a $35 fixed price menu; below are some top participants, by city. Click on each of the restaurants to find out about their menu, chef and promotions:

Fort Lauderdale

Blue Moon Fish Co.
By Word of Mouth
Cafe Vico
The Capital Grille
Chart House
China Grill at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Marina
Coco Asian Bistro & Bar
Dapur, Asian Tapas & Lounge
15th Street Fisheries
Grateful Palate
Grille 66 & Bar Restaurant at the Hyatt Regency Pier Sixty-Six
Hi-Life Cafe
ilios at the Hilton Fort Lauderdale Beach Resort
Indigo Restaurant at the Riverside Hotel
Johnny V
Mai-Kai Restaurant
Market 17
The Melting Pot, Fort Lauderdale
Morton’s The Steakhouse
North Ocean Grille at the Pelican Grand
Primavera
Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse
SAIA at B Ocean Fort Lauderdale
Shula’s on the Beach at the Westin Beach Resort, Fort Lauderdale
SoLita Las Olas
Spazio
Steak 954 at the W Fort Lauderdale
Sublime Restaurant & Bar
Sunfish Grill
3030 Ocean at the Harbor Beach Marriott Resort & Spa
Truluck’s
Via Luna at The Ritz-Carlton, Fort Lauderdale

Hollywood

AiZia at The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa
Bongos Cuban Cafe at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Lola’s on Harrison
Tatu at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

Hallandale Beach

III Forks

Lighthouse Point

Le Bistro

Pompano Beach

Cafe Maxx

Wilton Manors

Tee Jay Thai Sushi

Weston

East City Grill
Ireland’s Steakhouse at the Hyatt Regency Bonaventure

Find out more at sunny.org

Remembering Florida’s New England Oyster House Chain

May 27, 2011

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Once a popular Florida chain. The New England Oyster House apparently still isn’t around, but in the 1960s and 1970s, they had locations all over South Florida.

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