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This modest 16-table room hasn't changed much since celebrated chef Pascal Oudin first opened its doors in 2000. The space is well-lighted and conspicuously clean - the... More »
Anybody who dropped in to Sugar Reef years ago could go back today and suffer no future shock: Nothing seems to change - the open-air restaurant on the Hollywood... More »
Le Patio, a place that bills itself as the "tiniest, cutest restaurant in South Florida," just might be telling the truth. The inside is no larger than a hallway, with... More »
Tim and Lara Boyd sure have built a following over the many years they've been running restaurants in South Florida. Like their last few ventures, the... More »
Georges Eric Farge's frenetic personality is familiar to anyone who has had the pleasure of dining at Le Bouchon du Grove, where he held court as chef, partner, and... More »
Saucisson and homemade potato salad dressed with red onion oil; pan bagnat (sort of a salade niožoise on a crunchy-crusted baguette); and, especially, crepes, both sweet and... More »
As one would expect of Palm Beach's most notable hotel, the Breakers has always been known for the quality of its service, and that operating credo... More »
We once loved chic Maison Carlos for its nostalgic take on Italian and French "Continental" cuisine; the menu felt like a '60s throwback plunked down in the... More »
Paris is far away and expensive, but its reasonably priced, delicious flavor is right around the corner at Croissan-Time in Fort Lauderdale. You... More »
Long a favorite bakery with Palm Beachers, who send their chauffeurs to pick up petits fours and croissants and with locals or tourists hunting for a... More »
Le Bistro in Lighthouse Point will mark the start of Passover with a special meal and seder plate. The dinner is 5 to 10:30 p.m. Monday, March 25. The cost is $15 to $39. Call 954-946-9240.
Mon., March 25, 5-10:30 p.m., 2013
French isn't called a Romance language for nothing. Technically speaking, of course, the designation has less to do with the sexy syllables than it does with origins in the Roman Empire, but that's just splitting etymological hairs. Get some help conjugating those verbs -- wink, nudge -- during the Valentine's Day-themed festivities this Thursday at Pistache French Bistro. The restaurant is...
Food and atmosphere here is amazing. Very high-end, lots of wine to choose from and my favorite, the raw bar....vest oysters in town!Read Full Review
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