February 8, 2023

Articles by Sherman:

The pandemic, government shutdowns and public fears have scrawled a big 86 over whole restaurants this year...
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Florida has a growing list of restaurants catering to whiskey lovers
Yes, I can show you the way to the next whiskey bar. But it's not the dive that Jim Morrison and Bertolt Brecht mooned about in the last century.
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Florida restaurant openings during the COVID-19 pandemic
Some restaurateurs have decided the time is right to open a restaurant.
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Millennials' obsession with juices drives new brand of entrepreneur
Take-out food during the coronavirus crisis
Only one thing is certain about the future of restaurants amid the coronavirus crisis: Takeout, delivery and curb service will get better. It has to.
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Florida farm fare and diners who want to eat local
Diners who want to eat local are going where the crops are.
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Striking Gold
Florida and the Golden Spoons have entered a golden age of dining - rich and booming.
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Restaurant Editor Restaurant Editor Chris Sherman answers questions, such as, "What are the Golden Spoons and when did they start?"
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Florida's Deli Revival
For all the complaints about the death of old-school New York-style delis in the state, there is a revival in monster $13 sandwiches of pastrami and corned beef, bowtie pasta and kasha across Florida.
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Top five Florida restaurant chains with a fun breakfast
Breakfast out is Florida's cheapest luxury.
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Big John, world’s largest triceratops, finds home at Glazer Children’s Museum
Big John, world’s largest triceratops, finds home at Glazer Children’s Museum

The 26-foot-long dinosaur made history when it was first discovered in South Dakota in 2014. And it made history again in 2021 when it fetched a record $7.7 million at an auction in Paris, the most ever paid for ancient bones that weren’t a T. rex. The winning bid came from Tampa entrepreneur Sidd Pagidipati, chairperson of Ayon Capitol and Better Health Group. He is lending Big John to the museum for the next three years.

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