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South Beach

  1. Empire Building
    How Long Before José Andrés Opens a Bazaar in Every U.S. City?The only certainty is that L.A. soon won’t be the only one.
  2. Mediavore
    Barney’s Beanery Turns 90; The Problem With Vending Machine FruitThe bar that once ejected Jim Morrison and rejected homosexuals has a birthday, while easy access to fruit leads to bruising.
  3. Beef
    ‘Turning Japanese’: Philippe Plays Race Card Against Mr. ChowThe old feud is getting ugly.
  4. Mediavore
    Serafina Goes to South Beach; Pepsi Goes RawSerafina, which has six Manhattan locations, will open an outpost in Miami’s W South Beach Hotel in mid-2009. [NYP] In a move that surprises no one, the beef industry is trying to convince the FDA to scale back the largest recall in history. [WSJ] Speaking of that bad beef, the federal government bought 50 million pounds of it, 20 million of which has already been consumed in various federal nutrition programs. [NYT]
  5. NewsFeed
    Is Govind Armstrong Worried Enough About New York?When top out-of-town chefs move to New York, it’s always a crapshoot. Some, like Fort Worth’s Tim Love, come in conspicuously and wash out; others, like Atlanta’s Sotohiro Kosugi, now at Soto, come in under the radar but quickly grab our attention. L.A.’s Govind Armstrong doesn’t expect much of a problem: The ultra-laid-back chef made South Beach his own and expects New York to treat him equally well. “A lot of New Yorkers come down here to Miami, and I’ve been coming up there forever, so I have a lot of friends to support me,” he tells us. “I’m not trying to reinvent the way New Yorkers eat. But I can’t not grow, you know?”