Archive for 'August,2021'

When in Milan, get the risotto – even during a pandemic

When in Milan, get the risotto – even during a pandemic

By Mark Gauert City & Shore Magazine Everybody said to get the risotto. Just maybe not now. “You’re going … to Europe?” they said. “I am,” I said. “Now?” they said. “During … a pandemic?” “My [...]

The culinary reinvention of Nassau

The culinary reinvention of Nassau

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Chef Daniel Boulud wandered into the Montagu Beach fish market in the Bahamas one morning in 2019 wearing his crisp chef’s jacket. Boulud noticed first the piles of pastel [...]

Ten dock-and-dine restaurants that will float your boat

Ten dock-and-dine restaurants that will float your boat

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine The late-summer sun scorches the cloudless, cerulean sky like an acetylene torch — hey, but you’re cool. Lounging on the deck of your 62-footer, you’re chilled by the refreshing [...]

Chefs tempt real-world appetites with a virtual smorgasbord

Chefs tempt real-world appetites with a virtual smorgasbord

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine  Social media is foodie central. Instagram, for one, is littered with shots of dishes clicked and posted by boastful diners about to dig in. Similarly, TikTok and YouTube are [...]

Hot kitchens: The way to the heart of these homes is through the kitchen

Hot kitchens: The way to the heart of these homes is through the kitchen

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine In which room do you spend the most time at home? If you’re like most Americans, it’s the kitchen, a place for not only preparing and enjoying meals [...]

New restaurants to open in developments

New restaurants to open in developments

By Robyn A. Friedman City & Shore Magazine It’s not unusual for new restaurants to pop up in South Florida. New concepts in dining open – and, unfortunately, close – frequently here, drawn to our growing [...]

Search for perfect Piña Colada bears fruit

Search for perfect Piña Colada bears fruit

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Tourism really didn’t exist in Puerto Rico before the island’s government built a hotel in 1946, hoping somebody would come operate it. The only one who would was famed [...]

Steve Martorano on 30 years of Cafe Martorano

Steve Martorano on 30 years of Cafe Martorano

By Greg Carannante City & Shore Magazine It’s 1991. A moment of truth arrives for a 30-something Italian-American from a mob-muscled neighborhood in South Philly. He started out slinging hoagies out of his mother’s basement, but [...]

A breakfast for champions postponed

A breakfast for champions postponed

Editor’s note: Just after press time for the print edition of City & Shore, organizers of the “Making Real Connections” Breakfast, scheduled for Sept. 17, announced the event has been postponed to May 2022 because of [...]

Your In-Room Bartender Has Arrived

Your In-Room Bartender Has Arrived

By Eric Barton City & Shore Magazine Lydia showed up while we were at the pool. She pushed her rolling cart through our suite and then out onto the patio. By the time we got back, [...]