Palate Pleaser
Venice Magazine » Food
by Jenny
8M ago
The 16th Annual Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival Returns, in Partnership with Wine Spectator. By Jenny Starr Perez. Our glamorous neighbor to the north, Palm Beach, is set to sizzle this December as the renowned Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival (PBFWF), now in its 16th year, returns with a star-studded lineup of culinary events and immersive gastronomic experiences. In an exciting partnership with Wine Spectator, this year’s festival promises to elevate the senses with an expanded footprint, featuring 26 action-packed food and beverage events from December 7 to 10, 2023. A Culinary Extra ..read more
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A Slice of Inspiration
Venice Magazine » Food
by Jenny
10M ago
By Jenny Starr Perez. Photography by Jason Nuttle. In the vibrant landscapes of South Florida, there’s a pizzeria that’s not just about the art of baking, but the art of dreaming. With more than 13 locations across South Florida, Texas and even an international presence in Spain and Saudi Arabia, Mister O1 Extraordinary Pizza is a dream turned into reality by founder and chef Renato Viola, whose story is as remarkable as the name of the successful brand he created suggests. So, what is in a name? The ‘O1’ isn’t just a random moniker. It reflects the distinctive visa granted to Viola by the Uni ..read more
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The Art of Tourondel
Venice Magazine » Food
by Jenny
11M ago
By Jenny Starr Perez. Photos by Jason Nuttle. “The first thing you notice is the view, then the extraordinary flavors, which linger for ages,” says a well-known local food expert when I ask them about their experience at DUNE by Laurent Tourondel, the celebrated oceanfront restaurant located inside Fort Lauderdale’s tony Auberge Beach Residences. For the past four decades, Tourondel, the award-winning, Michelin-starred chef and founder of BLT and LT restaurants including DUNE, has made a stellar career out of experimenting with the freshest ingredients that bring out the essence of his dishes ..read more
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Smoke Show
Venice Magazine » Food
by Jenny
1y ago
By Jenny Starr Perez. The inviting sight of flames dancing on the grill. The tantalizing scents of slow-cooked meats wafting through the air. Summer has officially arrived and with it comes fired-up fare synonymous with the season: barbecue. Skilled pitmasters and grill masters have long been considered true culinary artisans, dedicating themselves to the craft of creating barbecued perfection. Celebrate the art of grilling, the joy of gathering, and the simple pleasure of savoring exceptional food at four South Florida restaurants that are elevating the BBQ game with a menu exploding with mus ..read more
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Rising To The Occasion
Venice Magazine » Food
by Venice
1y ago
By Christie Galeano-DeMott. The word is out. Timpano Las Olas is back. Regulars and newbies alike can agree its redesigned regalia is swanky. But what about the food? Are the mussels still on the menu? (Yes, they are). Well, the team at Tavistock Restaurant Collection, which also owns Abe & Louie’s Boca Raton among others, brought in a stellar team to ensure Timpano’s reintroduction to the city was mouthwatering. Enter chefs Michael Ferraro and Omar Lorenzana, two New York chefs, who are harnessing their culinary chops and love for food to elevate Timpano’s menu to another level with the e ..read more
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Celebrating Never Tasted So Good
Venice Magazine » Food
by Venice
1y ago
Each year, Americans observe National Hispanic Heritage Month from Sept. 15 – Oct. 15 by celebrating the histories, cultures, contributions and celebrating never tasted so good. Some events and happenings for consideration include Mexican Independence Day at Bodega Taqueria y Tequila, Chef Adrianne takeover at Oceans 234, COTE Miami’s Sunday Sommelier Supper Series, tailgating options from La Traila Barbeque and Inflation menu at 4 Rivers Smokehouse! CHEF ADRIANNE TAKES OVER BROWARD  Chef Adrianne Calvo will take over Oceans 234 weekly special ..read more
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Cooking Up Something Totally New
Venice Magazine » Food
by Venice
1y ago
By Leah Flynn | Photography by Eduardo Schneider  Fort Lauderdale is a city on the rise, but nothing quite matches the creative vitality that awaits. Michael Tronn, pioneer and master producer of extravagant experiences, is adding his own Midas touch with the opening of TIMBR, and those who have followed his prolific career can attest that only greatness awaits.  Over the last three decades, Tronn has hosted over a million guests at venues, events, shows and exhibitions in New York City, Los Angeles and Miami. He has thrown extravagant parties for superstar celebrities and top desi ..read more
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Flavor Frontier
Venice Magazine » Food
by Venice
1y ago
Everyone has a favorite Bodega taco. Perhaps yours is one of the classics, like the al pastor with roasted pork, charred pineapple, and red onion. Maybe you have a preference for the more innovative grilled rib-eye garnished with chimichurri aioli. Or maybe you’re vegan and go for the aguacate with avocado and refried black beans. Whatever you order, it would probably surprise you to learn that the food for which they’re now renowned was not the initial focus of Bodega Taqueria y Tequila, according to CEO and co-founder Jared Galbut. A partner in Menin Hospitality, he and Keith Menin had origi ..read more
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To Serve, With Love
Venice Magazine » Food
by Venice
1y ago
If all great restaurants are an extension of the owner’s home, then The Katherine almost certainly embodies this hospitality axiom because, for husband-and-wife team Timon and Marissa Balloo, this restaurant is a homecoming. “We met as teenagers on Broward Boulevard, and she convinced me to follow my dream to become a chef,” said Balloo. “And that led to years of travel, culinary exploration, cooking for other people in other places. And now here we are back on the same boulevard cooking for this neighborhood and for ourselves.” Photo by Christopher Villano. Very little about the appearance ..read more
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A Rebellion of Taste
Venice Magazine » Food
by Jenny
1y ago
When it comes to indulging in a favorite cocktail, old traditions are rarely trifled with. A tried-and-true cocktail menu staple, the classic martini is known for its simplicity, elegance, and timeless appeal. Typically made with gin or vodka, vermouth, and a garnish such as an olive or lemon twist, the martini has undergone many variations over the years and has become one of the most iconic cocktails in the world. Today, some of the hottest dining destinations in Fort Lauderdale and Miami are forgoing pre-established rules and stirring up new versions of the martini, showcasing unexpected fl ..read more
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