Food Truck Round-Up
Imagine this: Food trucks plus Art Basel at the Adrienne Arsht Center. It’s the lunch of Michelangelo himself… sort of. Anyway, the food trucks won’t go unnoticed for the 10th anniversary of Art Basel this year and you can catch up with mostly all of them this Friday, December 2nd from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Adrienne Arsht Center. Don't miss the live performances and interactive art! Enjoy the art on the street and on your plate.
1300 Biscayne Boulevard, Downtown
Wynwood Kitchen and Bar
Last night I checked out the Pio Pio on 10th avenue for some quality Peruvian fare. This was my first time at this location, and my lack of prior research caused me to be quite surprised by the stylish and trendy décor since the Pio Pios that I know and love are pretty dive-y. The atmosphere was young and suitable for a large group, much like the one that I went out with last night. The acoustics in the main dining room however leave much to be desired as I was practically yelling in the ear of the person next to me in order to be heard. Although it might have been the fact that I was with a group of 15 reunited sorority girls, which is slightly reminiscent of a pack of hyenas on speed.
Forks Prime Steakhouse
The Village at Gulfstream Park
501 Silks Run
Hallandale Beach, fl 33009
The name speaks for itself. III Forks is exactly the place to sample every culinary delight on the menu ranging from filet mignon to Chilean sea bass. You will also require three (III) glasses to get through the more than 330 different bottles of wine the sommelier AJ Sosa, has carefully selected to compliment your dining experience. So, maybe you will need more than three utensils and glasses to try everything on the menu. I just couldn't resist the culinary reference to the unique name of the elegant, yet inviting restaurant that just opened in Gulfstream Park and Casino.