Pecan crusted local grouper, oven roasted, crispy mashed potato cake, honey-worcestershire sauce and chives. Lightly fried eggplant with sautéed jumbo lump crab meat, meunière sauce and hollandaise.
Char grilled with sweet potato gratin, red wine and tomato-basil reduction, tobacco onions. Cavatappi pasta, jumbo shrimp and scallops, Panetta, spinach, sundries tomatoes, in a rich Pernod cream sauce with shaved Parmesan.
“We enjoyed wine, crab cakes, seafood pasta with shrimp, scallops, and, Panetta. Center cut 7oz char grilled filet of beef with Andouille-cheddar mac and cheese, and lemon Parmesan grilled asparagus.
When you stay at the Henderson Park Inn, you can enjoy all of these mouthwatering dishes at the Beach Walk Café Destiny FL. Voted the most romantic hotel in North America by the users of About.com and TripAdvisor.com, the Henderson Park Inn is an adults only bed and breakfast located right on the beach.
This year, our annual list includes exceptional records by Perfect Pussy, Rich Gang, Ex Hex, Like Li, Brian End, Vince Staples, Caribou, Grouper, Apex Twin, and a lot more. From Perfume Genius' heroic glam, to Sophie's oil-slick electronic excursions, to Young Thug's masterful weirdness, to Taylor Swift's bulletproof pop, to Future Islands' sweeping synth rock, these are our favorite tracks of the year.
Chosen by Pitchfork's editors, these albums didn't make our Top 50, but we thought they were among the most interesting of 2013 and deserved to be highlighted nonetheless. Presenting our favorite songs of the year: from the chaos of Perfect Pussy to the smoothness of Rhyme, from Los Angeles' Him to New York's Vampire Weekend, from Disclosure's modern house to Daft Punk's disco symphonies, and more.
Our list of 20 albums that didn't make our Top 50 but deserve another listen. We kick off our run of year-end features with a look at the top music videos of 2009.
We asked a number of our favorite artists which records and artists they most enjoyed in 2006, and the answers ranged from the expected, such as TV on the Radio and Joanna Newsom to some perhaps more surprising choices such as Hanoi Rocks and Justin Timber lake. Grouper (Goliath) fishing in Naples varies slightly throughout the year.
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Juveniles exhibit body spines and look more like a puffer fish until they mature. Sea lions, sharks and orca whales prey on adult ocean sunfish, while the younger generation can be hunted by blue fin tuna.
Brown, white or a combination of silver and gray are the typical colors of the adults. Blue sharks like to feed on a variety of fish, squid, shrimp and crabs.
Aug122013This picture of Novaculichthys taeniourus, also known as the rock mover wrasse, comes from our good friend Michel Barbecue at the Pongee XL in Quebec. It lives in warm tropical locales that include the coast of Africa, the Indian Ocean and Hawaii.
A juvenile rock mover has two extra long dorsal fins near the top of its head that gradually disappear as it matures. Both adult and juvenile eat a variety of small animals that hide under rocks, hence the term rock mover, although it’s actually predominantly pieces of fragmented coral that the fish move about with their snout to get at their next meal.
The tiger grouper fish eats like a vacuum cleaner, sucking prey through its large mouth. Tropical sheltered reefs in the Western Atlantic and the Caribbean are its natural habitat, where it can mature and grow to about 10 pounds, living in up to 20 feet of water.
Resembling codfish, the Mycteroperca Tigris has reddish coloring with an obvious stripe pattern. The interesting markings of a four-eye butterfly fish give the illusion they have more than one pair of eyes.
These Western Atlantic dwellers, also known by their scientific name as Cartoon Magistrates, prefer shallow waters near the shore. Due to the nature of its thin body, the four-eye butterfly fish can easily navigate coral reefs, turning even sideways or upside down as they dart in and out.
They have short bristly teeth and dine frequently on contrarians, polytheists worms, truncates and Oregonians. An estimated 60 percent of the Sicilians who arrived in Tampa and Yb or City came from the villages of Santa Stefano Quisling and Alessandra Della Rocco, and the concept is largely a tribute to those families and their heritage.
The restaurant’s opening also welcomes the revitalization of a historic Yb or City building that has been vacant for years, the Berlitz Macaroni factory. The blonde brick structure at 1607 N 22nd St. sits near the corner of E Sixth Avenue, across the street from the Columbia Restaurant’s parking lot.
In 2010, brothers John and Chris Rosendo began renovating the derelict building, restoring the space for what would later become a showroom for their windows and doors business. Lee’s Stuffed Artichoke ($22), for instance, is a reference to a dish his mother, Adela Hernandez Mozart, used to make for his family.
The expansive dinner menu is divided into several subsections: Antipasti Della Casey (appetizers), Upper e Insulate (soups and salads), Macaroni (pasta), Contort (sides), Patti Della Tradition (traditional entrées), and Dolce e Format (desserts and cheeses). A 20-foot steel grill anchors the open kitchen space, from which the likes of Mediterranean Sea bass, swordfish, dry-aged pork chops and porterhouse steaks are all cooked over a smoky mix of lump charcoal and wild cherry wood.
The dining room of Richard Mozart's new restaurant, Casey Santa Stefano, which opens Thursday. There are plenty of hallmarks of southern Italian cuisine, including the Beating con LE Sade ($22), a classic pasta dish that combines white sardines with fennel, garlic, shallots and a saffron broth with tomatoes, crushed red peppers, raisins and toasted pine nuts, and topped with fried breadcrumbs.
In any case, guests can expect plenty of products straight from Italy to land on their plate: Sicilian cheeses and extra-virgin olive oil, salt and semolina pastas (except for a select few that are made in-house), bottled water and gin. Throughout the roughly 2,700-square-foot downstairs space, several enlarged photos of Santa Stefano Quisling decorate the dining room, including a mural image of a World War I monument in the village that includes the names of several well-known Sicilian families who migrated to Yb or City.
Lighting fixtures emulate long, wiry strands of spaghetti and leather booths hug the corners of the dining room, which right now includes seating for roughly 150 people. Ceramic countertops in the kitchen and bar are all made from volcanic rock and meals are served in hand-painted plates and dishes.
The kitchen tiles are heated, eliminating the need for overhead broilers to keep dishes warm before they are sent out to the dining room. The restaurant’s final touches, including an edible garden, a separate and adjacent private dining space and the rooftop cocktail bar, will open at a later date.
Nick Speak was a visionary in the late ’70s when he hauled grouper from the coast to upstate South Carolina restaurants. But Speak persuaded former Greenville restaurateur Vince Prone to give grouper a chance.
Your favorite seafood comes by truck or plane from not only the Carolina coast, but from Boston, New Zealand and South America, where it was either farm-raised or caught at sea. Because his father emigrated from Ukraine, Speak dreamed up the name “Great Ukrainian Trucker of Seafood” for his new company.
The sushi bars are located throughout the country in grocery stores, university and health care facility food courts and dining halls. It has been a long road since those first years of G.U.S.T.O., hauling fish from the coast to deliver to upstate South Carolina restaurants, but it is very rewarding to look back and see the success that Sushi with Gusto has achieved today.
We loved the bread which was multi-grain. My husband had seafood pasta which was very filling and I had the chicken which was very enjoyable.
Plenty to take home for leftovers. We do not usually spend this amount of money when going out, however, it was well worth the splurge.
A true gem of the Panhandle powered by a Louisiana native who is a classically trained chef. Fresh sourced ingredients treated inventively.
Enjoyed the bison sausage flatbread and the Grouper Vince was wonderful. Kudos to Chef Tim Freeman for successfully realizing his dream.