I spent the afternoon walking around Wynwood this afternoon and although it was a bit warm, I had a great time popping into various galleries preparing for tonight's Art Walk onslaught. Even got a surprise tour of the latest exhibit at Bernice Steinbaum Gallery by Bernice herself. Quite fabulous, I must say. Look for pictures tomorrow. Also added the Fairchild Orchid Festival to the SFDB Weekend Widget in the right sidebar. Enjoy your evening Sift, readers, and don't forget to "spring ahead" tonight.
A- It seems that Worst Pizza's biggest beef with Sal's Pizza in Deerfield Beach is that the slice was too small.
When the slice arrived I was kind of looking for the other half of it. The slice was puny, not even the size of some frozen pizza slices that you cut yourself at home. The bottom of the slice was crispy, and that was a good sign though. Sal’s cooked this minuscule slice of pizza perfectly which was also a plus. In my opinion the chunky sauce near the edges made this slice less aesthetically appealing, and considering the sauce was bland to start off with, it didn’t really make the taste too appealing either. The cheese happened to taste good, so I cannot complain about that.B- Shorter Searching for Signs...
My ability to genuinely act like a Christian is somewhat conditional.C- South Florida Food and Wine enjoys a spot of tea at The Chesterfield in Palm Beach.
Traditional Afternoon Tea at The Chesterfield definitely lived up to its implied notions of refined, peaceful and charming. It was a treat and equally relaxing. What I found interesting was the handful of men with their wives who were also at tea the afternoon I was there. I had these preconceived visions of wealthy Palm Beach ladies dotted throughout the “tea room” impeccably dressed with magnificent hats and stunning jewels chatting the late afternoon hours away. Yes, they were there and it was a sight to behold but seeing the men there intrigued me. It wasn’t like seeing a couple out to dinner or having cocktails but more of a compatibility union; they talked, they shared, they enjoyed each other.D- Miami Condo Investments post some images of the pretty outrageous-looking Brickell CitiCentre.
There’s no doubt that the addition of Brickell Citicentre to the neighborhood will have a profound impact on Brickell and that real estate values in the immediate area will be positively impacted.