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Miami's premier upscale foodie emporium displays an impressive array of reasonably priced, decently flavorful meals to go, freshly made or frozen. Skip the... More »
A gourmet deli with all the trappings - gleaming display cases filled with sweets and salads, comfy contemporary booths, and a menu stocked with... More »
A truly transcendent deli, the ultimate comfort food, is all about trust. Some will quibble over details -- the altitude of the sandwich, the... More »
Although Taco Bells and Subways have sprung up around this tiny Italian deli and bakery like pokeweeds around a violet, nothing can stop the... More »
My Market is an unassuming corner store that looks like an ordinary bodega. But go inside and you find shoulder-to-shoulder crowds of construction... More »
It doesn't advertise. Its entrance is literally hidden at the back of the gifts department on the second floor. And yet, every day at... More »
The Olds crowd this deli tucked in a corner of a shopping plaza like kids at the opening of Bonnaroo. They wait in line for Jewish and Eastern European... More »
Cheese steaks are one of those foods that incite furious debate, turning friends into enemies and enemies into nemeses. Folks hailing from Philadelphia... More »
Big Al Costillo and his son Adam migrated from Philly to South Florida expecting to find some place that compared to their favorite local... More »
Moan over tempting gyros and try the Philly cheese steak, a signature item at this pleasant, Miami Dolphins-colored sandwich shop. You can get it prepared... More »
If you're looking to liven up the workweek with a fancy dinner, the Grateful Palate is hosting a five-course wine dinner – with sparkling wine reception and passed hors d'oeuvres – on Thursday at 7 p.m. The event is $80 per person. Reservations required. Call...
Just as the snowbirds start swarming its doors in earnest, Ben's New York Kosher Delicatessen in Boca Raton is celebrating its 1972 founding with a visit from former Miami Dolphins linebacker Larry Ball. The party is 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, November 20.
Tue., Nov. 20, 2012
It used to be that if a New York City transplant asked for the best corned beef in Boca, everybody knew where to send him. Sure, the Wolfie Cohen's Rascal House on Glades Road didn't have the character of the original Wolfie's on South Beach, but there was still that corned beef, thin-sliced and wrapped into a ball, served always on rye.
Then came the hubris of 2005 real estate...
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