Let’s play some word association, OK? Ready?
Let’s play some word association, OK? Ready?
A few weeks ago, my wife Rachel and I happened to be at Aldi’s Coral Springs location, after several hours of errands and shopping.
While it has appeared often in the news cycle in the last several years, Venezuela is not the country you often think of when it comes to inspired Latin-American fusion or rich food culture.
Vietnam. It makes you think of hot and humid jungles, of wide-open verdant pastoral fields of rice paddies. It’s a mystical and beautiful place, with a very long history.
Immediately after my wife Rachel and I moved to Coral Springs from New Jersey in June of 2012, we knew we had to get our priorities straight.
Poke, which rhymes with “Smokey” — is the healthy Hawaiian food craze that’s sweeping the nation.
Food trucks are an increasingly popular way for budding restaurateurs to hone their skills and to test out wild concepts on captive audiences…
Coral Springs has been on something of a Cuban restaurant growth spurt lately particularly with the recent openings of Mima’s 1868 Cuban Cafe and Little Havana,
Florida, despite being in the South, does not maintain its own tradition of wood smoked barbecue.
Thai and Sushi. They are as different as Asian cuisine and cultures can possibly get. And yet, in South Florida, it’s a given that the two are as inseparable as peanut butter and jelly.
Franchises are a double-edged sword. For restaurant owners, it provides the benefit of instantaneous brand recognition, built-in marketing and established procedures.
alm trees, balmy weather. Spiced and marinated meats cooked on charcoal grills. Fried savory snacks. Freshly baked bread. Refreshing salads. Spiced cookies and sweets.
When many people think of cowboys and the manly, testosterone-fueled food they like to eat, one dish often comes to mind: Steak.
While there seems to be a Starbucks mermaid or a Dunkin’ Donuts on every corner, specialty espresso drinks are now all the rage in South Florida, with independent coffee shops opening up in every town
Coral Springs residents: You don’t need to drive an hour to Calle Ocho to get your sofrito on anymore. Mima’s 1868 Cuban Cafe, a tiny family-owned 18-seat luncheonette in a sleepy strip mall has all the classic dishes you want..
If you’re looking for a great evening entertainment venue, Coral Springs’ Little Havana, which is part of a South Florida restaurant group that has locations in Deerfield Beach and North Miami, is sure to please
Coral Springs residents that have ached for a full-service Korean eatery in the style of New York City’s or Los Angeles’ restaurants have finally gotten their wish with THE NAMU.
Coral Springs is home to a variety of foods that’ll satisfy an array of appetites. It’s clear that you don’t have to travel outside of town if you’ve got a hankering for sushi, Italian, Latin, Indian, or American cuisine…..
It takes special kind of sorcery to lift a curse, especially one held over a restaurant site.
Finally, poll results that I am excited to hear about – and this time they could be actually right for once.
For me, it’s about authenticity and passion. I’m not into the generic Americanized variations of this cuisine. When I heard about the opening of Il Faro Pizzeria, I wasn’t sure what to expect…..
After years of running Scarfone’s Coal Fired Pizza in the Heron Bay Waterway Shoppes, and with nearly 30 other pizza restaurants in town, owners Danny and Angie Scarfone decided it was time for a change.
I should preface this review by letting you in on a little secret: I have never been a fan of Indian food, however, I have driven passed this place many times and considered checking it out, but the flashbacks of poorly executed Punjabi cuisine in the past left me curling my lip and hunting for grub elsewhere.
Today, I’m revealing a secret place where you can grab a quick breakfast or lunch at a bargain price that has been hiding right under our noses.
If you like the sound of lechon asado, grilled and fried fish, arroz con gandules, fresh sandwiches, salads, ceviche, and more – all for under $11, then brace yourselves for where I am about to send you…
Red Ginger Asian Bistro, in Coral Springs, offers a no frills Asian dining experience that delivers the warmth and comfort of a family-owned and operated establishment.
With the health food craze that’s wrapping itself around the world, finding restaurants that properly execute “health conscious cuisine” is no easy task. Falafel Bistro & Wine Bar, tucked away inside the Shoppes at Heron Lakes on Coral Ridge and West View Drive does just that.
Dinner and a movie. For years, it has been the de facto weekend plans of couples everywhere. If you’re like me, you’ve noticed that sometime along the way, that old standby has become not such a pleasant experience.
When yet another burger joint opens up, a patron must ask: “Should I bother jockeying for a seat?” In the case of the one month-old Brgr Stop in Coconut Creek, the answer is, “You betcha.”
As the great, recently deceased Yogi Berra once said, “it’s like deja vu, all over again.” That was the feeling we got when we decided to check out The River Grass Grill, formerly known as Blue Moon Fish Co.