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Dining at DB is a classy experience from start to finish. Service is professional, and the waiters are well informed on the cuisine -- orchestrated by executive chef... More »
At the historic, landmark Biltmore Hotel's top-end restaurant, the food is French -- but it's far from traditional. Chef Philippe Ruiz, veteran of several Michelin-starred... More »
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 »
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 »
The space is small (and hidden inside an office building, in a waaaay-off-the-tourist-track, zero-glamour locale), and the food is simple - mostly... More »
This classic al fresco French cafe doubles as a wine bar offering an inviting place to hang out and get to know the neighborhood. Stop by for an eye-opening morning cafe au lait... More »
This 45-seat bistro resonates with Old World charm, reverberates with robust conversations, and serves textbook French country fare in a rapidly pulsed, relaxingly paced... More »
All right, so this place isn't a Latin American musical mecca in the heart of Havana. Hell, it's not even in Little Havana. Nor is it a social club. And no, you won't... 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 »
Chef/owner Neal Cooper has been impressing local diners at the north end of Dade County since 1995 - first with Neal's, then with Il Migliore, and now with Petit Rouge, which... More »
The waitress at George's Kitchen is not clumsy. She might spill yuzu on your shirt, splash water near your cup, and drop a knife on the floor. But under no circumstances should she be considered a klutz.
When you sit at the bar of this upscale midtown locale, which debuted in January, you can...
The croque-monsieur at Frenchie's Diner is not meant to be neat. The ham sandwich is smothered in a rich, viscous béchamel and crowned with blistered, bubbling Gruyère. Its center is soft. The bread is soaked in the milk gravy, infused with slivered garlic and fresh bursts of lemon juice. It has a thick crust that is golden and crisp. Strands of melted cheese...
Jean Paul's House is a home. To be more precise, it's a 1930s coral-and-wood cottage located on the outskirts of Wynwood at the address formerly occupied by Out of the Blue Café. Jean Paul Desmaison, its namesake, is a chef. And a damn good one too, as he proved with his tenure as partner at La...
On the night of January 19th, I got assaulted by George Eric Farge, manager & owner of George's Kitchen in midtown on North Miami Avenue and 38th street in Miami, FL. After expressing to him that I felt discontent with the snobby service & mediocre food and it would be reviewed on my blog he pushed me and said "i will destroy you" if you do that. When I...Read Full Review
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