Food News

This week we have 25 new restaurants, cafes, delicatessens, and food truck to report on. Read on to see what's opening in South and Central Florida.

The culinary scene in the region is always evolving, with new establishments offering diverse dining options. Discovering and trying out these new places can be an exciting culinary adventure, and it's a testament to the dynamic food culture in the area. If you have specific questions about any of these new openings or if you're looking for more information about a particular establishment, feel free to ask, and I'll do my best to provide details or recommendations. Enjoy exploring the local food scene!

Dec 14, 2023
food News

The Restaurant Round Up

t he third location of the South-Florida-born brand Sriracha House is opening in South Miami later this year, owner Emilio Benzadon told FFBW. Sriracha House has two other locations, one in South Beach, and another in the Shoma Bazaar Food Hall in Doral. The brand serves a variety of Asian dishes, predominately those with noodles as their base. Benzadon reported that they are in construction right now and will likely open in November or the beginning of December.

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Food festivals can be a wonderful way to experience a variety of cuisines and culinary delights in a short span of time. Central Florida's food festival season, with 13 events taking place in just 10 days, offers a great opportunity for food enthusiasts to savor a wide range of dishes, flavors, and cultural influences.

These events often showcase the creativity and talent of local chefs and offer a chance to explore diverse cuisines and enjoy the vibrant food culture of the region. If you're interested in any specific food festivals or need more information about the events, please let me know, and I can provide further details or recommendations to make the most of your food festival experience in Central Florida.

The Taste of Baldwin Park event on Thursday, November 2nd, sounds like an exciting culinary experience in the Baldwin Park neighborhood, with a diverse array of food and beverage vendors. With over 50 vendors participating, it's sure to offer a wide range of flavors and cuisines for attendees to enjoy. Some of the vendors you mentioned, such as Bulla Gastrobar, Tabla, Better Than Sex, Bites & Bubbles, and Cigar City Brewing, are well-known establishments that can add to the appeal of the event.

Here's a quick summary of the event details: Location: New Broad Street in Baldwin Park General Admission Cost: $70 ($80 if purchased on the day of the event) VIP Cost: $100 ($150 if purchased on the day of the event) This culinary event offers an opportunity for attendees to sample a wide variety of food and beverages from different vendors, making it a delightful experience for food enthusiasts. If you plan to attend, it's advisable to purchase tickets in advance, as prices may increase on the day of the event. Enjoy the culinary offerings and the vibrant atmosphere at the Taste of Baldwin Park!

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