you’ve been hearing about it for some days now, well here’s the good news! I’m launching something new.
I present to you WTF? – Where’s the Food?, a weekly podcast available RIGHT NOW! Episode One – The Premiere is available now on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Overcast, Soundcloud or wherever you get your podcast from. Click HERE to listen!
More than just a regular food podcast, food lover Nick aka thefood-e is bringing you a food podcast for the ages, one for all our hungry friends out there. WTF? – Where’s the Food? features interviews with local and national chefs, some food news, food porn of the week, and get to know some of your favorite Instagram and food bloggers. Will I eat on the show? Of course I will because #NeverStopEating!
I think this is the next step in the evolution of the blog and I hope you agree with me and download, listen and subscribe. The show will get better with time. If you have any feedback, please let me know. I would love to hear from you!
New episodes will be available every Tuesday!
I hope you give the podcast a chance and if you enjoy the podcast, please leave a comment and review on iTunes.
KINGS Dining and Entertainment Doral located at CityPlace Doral
KINGS Dining and Entertainment Doral is taking quick action to help with the recovery efforts following Irma’s path across the Caribbean and Florida by raising relief funds throughout the month of September. On Monday, September 18 and Monday, September 25, 50% of Kings’gaming sales will go directly to hurricane relief efforts. Kings will also have ‘Bowl for Hurricane Relief’ bracelets available at each of Kings’ locations for $5 each, with all profits going directly to relief efforts. For every $10 that any Kings’ guest donates through Kings’“Bowl for Hurricane Relief” GoFundMe page, that guest will be entered into a raffle to win a King Pin Room party at the Kings location of their choosing. For every corporate event booked at Kings between September 25th and September 29th, Kings will donate $100 to hurricane relief efforts.
Sugar Factory Ocean Drive
Sugar Factory Ocean Drive is hosting a FREE Food Drive for those affected by Irma. Sugar Factory Ocean Drive is giving away a free meal to those affected by Irma starting today until Friday, Sept. 15th from 11AM – 4PM.
David Chang is bringing his talents down to South Florida.
David Chang is opening a Fuku inside of Hard Rock Stadium just in time for football season.
David Chang is known for his Momofuku restaurants in New York City, Sydney, Washington, DC, Las Vegas, and Toronto. His restaurants have gained world-wide recognition for their innovative take on cuisine, while supporting local, sustainable and responsible farmers and food purveyors.
Fuku is a casual chicken concept by Momofuku. Originally started as a fried chicken sandwich joint, Fuku has since grown to serve a variety of chicken and seasonal offerings, along with beer, slushies, and more.
Fuku will be located in outside of section 116 and 319.
The menu includes Fuku’s spicy fried chicken sandwich, Fuku fingers and fries, Fuku fries and a fuku slushie.
Details are limited right now, but get excited for some fried chicken sandwiches.
Chef Michael Solomonov have officially opened Dizengoff, right next to their popular Federal Donuts in Wynwood.
Dizengoff is known for their hummus.
The hummus at Dizengoff is made fresh daily and topped with rotating garnishes like corn masabacha with chickpeas and tehina; onion with turnips, turmeric and schug. The hummus comes with fresh baked pita, Israeli salad and pickles. The menu also includes some sides and a Lemonnana, which is a Israeli frozen mint lemonade. On Sundays and only on Sundays, Dizengoff serves their version of shakshuka, North-African baked eggs in a spicy tomato and pepper stew, served with pita.
Check out the full menu here.
Dizengoff Wynwood is now open Sunday to Wednesday from 10a to 8p and Thursday to Saturday until 10p.
Top Chef Season 13 winner Jeremy Ford is opening two restaurants come this fall.
The first one will be called Stubborn Seed and will open sometime this September at 101 Washington Avenue in the former TiramesU space. He is opening Stubborn Seed with Grove Bay Hospitality Group.
No details have been released on the restaurant or menu, but it will be “seasonally” focused with dishes like a 5-second wahoo made with a spicy buttermilk dressing, jalapeño ferment, sea grapes and Florida peach.
As for his second restaurant, no additional details have been released yet.
Look for an opening date here soon!
In sad news, one of our favorites for brunch, The Continental has closed.
The Continental has been open since August 2015 and had been a hit for brunch.
When you visit, The Continental’s website, it redirects to a blank page.
RIP Continental and your Philly cheesesteak Eggrolls 😔