We love food and wine festival’s and you do too, so on this week’s episode we talk everything Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival happening December 14 – 17 in the Palm Beaches.
First, thefood-e’s Nick talks to Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli from Eating House & Glass and Vine about his restaurants, how was his experience winning Chopped, what new concept does he have up his sleeve, if he ever thought about not becoming a chef and becoming a professional hockey player and how he is going to win this year’s Street Food event at the Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival (2:05).
Then, Nick talks to Chef Marc Murphy about his current gig judging Chopped on Food Network, what’s next for Marc in 2018, if he plans on opening up any restaurants in other areas besides New York and what we can expect from him at this year’s Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival (30:47).
Also, Nick gives you some food news, the food porn of the week (37:20) from @samuraivan and the Cocktail of the Week brought to you by @spiritedmiami (38:04).
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Year after year, Eating House has offered a special ‘4/20’ menu on April 20th only.
Now for the first time, Eating House will be offering a few of their favorite 4/20 menu items for their Miami Munchies Summer Menu from August 2 to September 30.
The seven course menu is $42 per person and will feature dishes like PB&J poutine made with sweet potato fries, smoked peanut, blueberry and bacon; black truffle and short rib topped nachos; buffalo duck wings; Asian-inspired chicken and waffles; a miniature version of the Cap’n Crunch pancakes, and a special brownie sundae.
See the full menu here.
The menu is available during dinner service with a minimum of two people participating in the menu, and $4.20 from each dinner will be donated to United for Care.
Taperia Raca opened it’s doors on Friday, March 28th marking the second concept from the group who brought you Eating House, Giorgio Rapicavoli and Alex Casanova. Taperia Raca is in Miami’s MiMo District serving up Spanish-inspired tapas. Running the kitchen is Ryan Harrison, from Preservation. We recently checked out their first brunch service and cannot wait to come back for dinner. Here are some of the things we ate.
UPDATE: Chef Ryan Harrison is now longer with Taperia Raca. Giorgio is managing both Eating House and Taperia Raca until further notice. The score is based off of when Ryan Harrison was running the kitchen.
queso burrata. local burrata, salsa romesco, charred scallion
huevos estrellados. soft scrambled eggs, chorizo, peppers, caramelized onion
huevos rotos. fried eggs, alioli, charred tomato, potato, ham
montaditos de langosta. poached lobster, aioli, celery
albaricoques con tocino. apricots, bacon, iberico cheese, smoked honey
patatas contentas. fried baked potatoes, truffle, bacon
tortilla ‘CHANCHITO’. organic eggs, chorizo, serrano jam, bacon, manchego
arroz con leche. rice pudding. nutella, whipped cream, chocolate nibs
Giorgio Rapicavoli and Alex Casanova from Eating House are bringing you Taperia Raca, a Spanish tapas bar in the MiMo District.
Taperia Raca will serve lunch, dinner and brunch. Taperia Raca with feature flavors of Spain with Rapicavoli’s signature twist.
Check out the lunch/dinner menu here.
Check out the drink menu here.
Check out the brunch menu here.
UPDATE: Taperia Raca will officially open its doors to the public Friday, March 28.
Eating House is hosting a one night only dinner with Scarpetta’s Nina Compton.
The dinner with take place on Tuesday, September 10th. Eating House will have four seatings at 6:30p, 7:30p, 8:30p, and 9:30p.
Chef Nina Compton from Scarpetta will go course for course with Eating House’s Giorgio Rapicavoli for an eight course dinner.
The dinner will cost $55 per person and will be available to 25 people at a time. Reservations are highly recommended.
Check out the full menu here.
Cannot wait for this dinner.
One of our favorite Miami restaurants, Eating House will be open for lunch starting September 2nd.
Eating House will be open for lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30am to 3pm.
Handling the lunch menu will be sous chef Adriana Egozcue.
Here are some of the items on the changing menu:
- Chilled corn soup with lime crema, queso cotija and chile de arbol
- Tangy young kale salad with ‘Caesar’ vinaigrette, parmesan and ripped croutons
- Banh mi salad with chicken, lettuce, carrot, herbs and nuoc cham
- Broccoli cheesesteak sandwich with fontina, charred broccoli and pickled onions
- Jamon Serrano with ‘pimenton’ cheese, olive oil and heirloom tomato sandwich
- Baja tacos of the day – EH selection of seafood or fish and it’s preparation, accompanied by cabbage slaw, roasted lime, and Sra
- Lip’s salsa
- Charred eggplant topped with basil ricotta, peperonata ‘slaw’ and baby kale
- Proper sausage , served piping hot with roasted onion, chimmichurri and ‘bbq’ potato sticks
- The mista kim’ with bulgogi pork, pickled cucumber, scallion and hoisin
Some dessert on the menu will include:
- ‘WTF’ cookies
- Tierra Nueva chocolate brownie
- Giorgio Rapicavoli’s infamous dirt cup, served frozen and to go
Make sure to check out this amazing lunch menu at Eating House soon.