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Catfish Deweys Seafood Restaurant In Fort Lauderdale Review [Video]

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Catfish Deweys Seafood Restaurant In Fort Lauderdale Review.

Catfish has kept Catfish Deweys in business for 16 years at this unprepossessing, rustic, spot in the Fort Lauderdale area. If catfish are a bit too ambitious for you just yet, you will find plenty of other options on the menu, ranging from all-you-can-eat crab legs to a variety of other all-you-can-eat treats.

These include those catfish, of course, offered every day, along with shrimp on Monday and Tuesday and baby back ribs on Wednesday. At any time, you can try blackened shrimp, a strip steak, grilled chicken and, in stone crab season from October to May, those delectable claws.

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Here are some of the reviews from this great establishment here in the Fort Lauderdale  area:

“This is a southern seafood joint. I enjoy the clams, the snow crab, the catfish here… everything is blast-from-the-70s decor, but I like it. It feels like the real south in here, which is hard to find in the Fort Lauderdale area, (you have to go north to go ‘south’). And it’s so inexpensive compared to restaurants of comparable quality. It’s so “down home”.

Beware of the all-you-can-eat deals though. They’re only priced a dollar more for a reason…because unless you have a really really huge appetite, all you can eat is the regular sized entree. Portions are huge here, and come with lots of sides. But if you can handle it, go ahead, try the all-you-can-eat stone crab legs.

Where else can you find someplace that offers all-you-can-eat stone crab? But my boyfriend and I failed to eat much more than 2 lbs each; we about died.

Check their website for the specials of each day. At night it can get crowded at prime time depending on the special of the day.

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“We passed up stone crabs at Joe’s Stone Crabs on Miami Beach the night before because we were planning on Deweys in the Fort Lauderdale area the next night…hmmm $45 for 7 or 8 claws at Joe’s or $39 for all you can eat stone and snow crab at Deweys??? Duh!

7 of us ate here on Thursday night. We were seated quickly and well taken care of. The stone and snow crabs were awesome…and just kept coming. One of the guys had the catfish and said it was delicious. Don’t waste your time (or appetite) on the included side dishes…it’s all about the crab!!

This place reminded me of a panhandle seafood joint…laid back atmosphere with great food. Joe’s Key lime pie was better…but Dewey’s was pretty good.” By Steve S., Alpharatta, GA

“GREAT FOOD GREAT SERVICE. We were sent down from NY State DOT for clean up after hurricane Wilma. Once we found Deweys we went every chance we got. FRIENDLY and great atmosphere. Was the best place I have found to eat in all of FLORIDA. Went on a cruise and drove up from Miami to eat there again and it was AWESOME food. Going back for a cruise in Feb. and made hotel reservations in the area just so we could eat there again. The service was friendly and good and the food was EXCELLENT every time we went.

DON’T GO TO FORT LAUDERDALE WITHOUT GOING TO CATFISH DEWEYS. Anyone that I have taken there has loved the food and the service. Oh, and the prices are moderate, as well.

Wow, I guess they really liked the place! I know we do, Catfish Deweys  is one of our favorite restaurants in the Fort Lauderdale area.. Please stop by there, the service is tremendous, food fantastic, great prices and what an atmosphere. Enjoy!!

Open daily from 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM

4003 N. Andrews Avenue

Oakland Park, Florida


Chima Restaurant In Fort Lauderdale Review | Don’t Eat Here Until You Read This!

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Chima Restaurant In Fort Lauderdale Review | Don’t Eat Here Until You Read This!

There are as many as 4,000 restaurants in the Fort Lauderdale area. From your fast food joints to your ultra fine dining restaurants, you will never go hungry in Fort Lauderdale.

There is a dizzying array of places to choose from, so some researching will have to be done in order for you to find the type of dining experience you are looking for. You will find New Florida taste treats-seafood straight from the sea and field-fresh fruits and veggies.

The restaurants range from tiny cafes to expansive al fresco waterfront dining. An abundance of quaint bistros, ethnic enclaves and top-rated steak and seafood houses bolster the Fort Lauderdale area as a world-class destination for pleasurable culinary exploration.

We’ll begin our series of dining experiences with one area at a time. Let’s start with the famous Las Olas Boulevard. There are a number of restaurants on this lovely, tree-lined street. Many have been in the area for years, and are well-known, established eateries.

Chima is beginning to settle in as one of the most sought-after dining experiences here. The high-quality food, service, and general overall atmosphere has become a favorite among locals.

The feel is laid-back elegance as you are walking down the street, peering into the many one-of-a-kind boutiques, art galleries, antique shops, and of course, restaurants.

The al-fresco experience awaits you as you will see, there are many tables set up outside so the diners may take advantage of the Las Olas lifestyle, the great weather, and people watching.

One of the first places you will want to see is Chima Brazilian Steakhouse. Guests will find a most unique dining experience at Chima. Churrasco is the Brazilian style of barbecue.

“Churrascaria” and “rodizio” are the hottest buzzwords in today’s restaurant whirl, where the booming Brazilian population has pioneered and popularized its traditional steakhouses featuring a non-stop parade of gaucho-clad servers bearing giant skewers of meats directly from the rotisserie grill to the tables for slicing to order.

Beef in all its cuts is the headliner, but there’s also skewed sausage, pork, lamb, chicken and even some seafood on the side.

Preceding the parade is your own participation in round-tripping to the salad bar, a too-modest name for all the display of freshness and national specialties on the Brazilian buffet plus smoked salmon and soup, along with such traditional side dishes as black beans and rice, mashed potatoes and a great variety of olives.

But before attempting the huge salad bar, you should salute your good fortune at being able to be in the Pampas of southern Brazil with a classic “caipirinha,” a cocktail made with squeezed sugar cane liquor and lots of lime, sometimes with the infused additives of coconut, passion fruit and strawberry.

Desserts are well prepared a mousse made with passion fruit or a slice of rich cheesecake, Key lime pie or tiramisu, and the wine list is extensive.

The up-scale restaurant, with it’s  incredible architecture indoors as well as out is so inviting and warm. The decoration is magnificent, with a linear, simplistic-contemporary Brazilian style. They have a very extensive modern art collection as well.

Relax outside where you can sip on an aperitif before dining, and enjoy the gigantic Banyan tree over your head, the music faintly sounding in the background, as you prepare for a wonderful meal.

Chima Brazilian Steakhouse
2400 E. Las Olas Blvd.

Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301

Capital Grille Review In Fort Lauderdale | Don’t Eat Here Until You Read This!

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Capital Grille Review In Fort Lauderdale | Don’t Eat Here Until You Read This!

One of the finest restaurants in the area is the Capital Grille. The Capital Grille is a Washington D.C. based steakhouse chain whose formula for success is a simple one. Offer nothing but sumptuous portions of the finest, aged beef, cooked to perfection in a high class environment by professional chefs and served by a highly trained and attentive waitstaff.

There is something on the menu to please everyone.The hors d’ouvres are memorable (try the calamari,for example). The side dishes are delectable and mean to be shared (you MUST try the lobster laced macaroni and cheese).

Have you ever lingered over dinner well into the evening? The Capital Grille is just that sort of place, where moments are captured and long remembered.

Perhaps it’s the culinary artistry of their dry aged steaks, fresh seafood and seasonal daily features. Or their celebrated wine cellar, featuring bottles from the world’s legendary vineyards. Some would point to a service team that blends finesse with a dash of surprise.

And if you are aesthetically inclined, you may appreciate the African mahogany paneling and original oil paintings, traditions that began with their inaugural location in Providence, Rhode Island, and happily, one right here in the Fort Lauderdale area.

Whatever the allure, it invites you to step into the kind of elegance that loosens its tie and laughs easily. Only then can you truly relax as the moments transform, one by one, into what you most assuredly will find to be an exceptional dining experience in the area.

The Capital Grille boasts an atmosphere of relaxed elegance and style. Nationally acclaimed for dry aging steaks on premises, the Capital Grille serves classic steak house offerings such as chops, large North Atlantic lobsters and fresh seafood. The restaurant features an award-winning wine list, professional, gracious service and premiere private dining rooms.

Let the masters of steak provide the perfect dining experience.During lunch, The Capital Grille offers notable dinner selectionsas well as a specially-crafted lunch menu in the $12 to $30 range. The Fort Lauderdale  area is very proud to have such a fine establishment here for we do enjoy the good life.

The Capital Grille offers full menu service in the bar/lounge.On-line reservations are valid in the main dining room. Should you wish to secure private dining accommodations, please call the restaurant directly and ask for Marta Larrea.

The Grille’s Signature Cheeseburger An “almost too big to wrap your hands around it” chopped sirloin burger topped with smoked bacon, Havarti cheese and our unique Jalapeno Onion Marmalade. A toasted onion roll completes the journey from All-American Classic to all new sensation.

Filet Oscar
Kona Crusted Dry Aged Sirloin with Caramelized Shallot Butter
Porcini Rubbed Delmonico with 8-Year Aged Balsamic
Sliced Filet Mignon with Cippolini Onions and Wild Mushrooms
Main Courses/Seafood
Dry Aged Sirloin Steak
Dry Aged Porterhouse Steak
Dry Aged Steak Au Poivre with a Courvoisier Cream Sauce
Filet Mignon
The Grille’s Delmonico
The Grille's Signature Veal Chop
Double Cut Lamb Chops
Split Roasted Chicken
Broiled Fresh Lobster
Fresh Grilled Swordfish Jardinière
Seared Citrus Glazed Salmon
Fresh Seared Salmon with Mustard Sauce
Sesame Seared Tuna with Gingered Rice

French Onion Soup Sweet onions are nestled in a delectable broth and covered by a blanket of melt-in-your-mouth cheeses.

Lobster Bisque Lumps of the sweetest lobster are sautaed just to your liking and added to a luscious bisque. Dry Sack Sherry is drizzled over the delightful affair.

And of course, check out the sample dessert menu…yummy! Enjoy your special moments at this amazing restaurant.

Cheesecake with strawberries

Fresh Berries in Vanilla Cream
Fresh Strawberries Capital Grille
Coconut Cream Pie
Homemade Ice Cream or Sorbet
Flourless Chocolate Espresso Cake
Key Lime Pie
Chocolate Hazelnut Cake
Classic Creme Brulee

So visit the Capital Grille and enjoy one of Fort Lauderdale’s finest restaurants!

The Capital Grille
2430 E. Sunrise Blvd.
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
(954) 446-2000

Bistro Mezzaluna Restaurant In Fort Lauderdale Review [Video]

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Bistro Mezzaluna Restaurant In Fort Lauderdale Review

As we here in the Fort Lauderdale area know, there are so many restaurants to choose from, and we tend to be particular to whom we give our recommendations. It is a pleasure to find and share a Zagat-rated venue that will give those taste buds a buzz.

One of the most enjoyable (New)American restaurants here is the Bistro Mezzaluna. We decided to treat ourselves and four friends and give it a go, this was 7 years ago, and we went back to see if any thing had changed. Owned by Don Davis, Chef Brian Rutherford. is the venerable head of the epicurean delights we experienced.

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It had, it was better than we remembered, which is a good omen when you are talking about a restaurant that has been here in Fort Lauderdale as long as Bistro Mezzaluna has, I believe 17 years, now.

That’s a long time for any establishment, and it didn’t disappoint.

You walk into a lovely, intimate atmosphere that is conducive for an gastrointestinal delight for friends, family or a romantic interlude that will stay in your memory long after you are gone. But trust me, you’ll be back, for there is such a great selection, you want to taste everything.

If you are in the mood for the grill, then try the rack of lamb, I haven’t tasted a better one yet, crusted with just the right amount of spices, and grilled to perfection. As for the veal chop it is one of Bistro Mezzaluna’s Signature dishes, so tender and cooked exactly to order.

If you love a tender steak, then choose from their USDA Prime steak menu, you won’t be disappointed, they are perfectly aged, and grilled beautifully. The filet mignon and osso bucco should not be underestimated, as they were extraordinary.

The fish dishes I highly recommended, and I am a fish enthusiast, my family has been in the fishing industry all of my life, so I am extremely particular.

The Pan Roasted Yellow Snapper with lump crabmeat  is a another Signature dish, and is truly outstanding,  along with Colossal Stone Crabs, in season of course, or the Pinenut crusted Chilean Sea Bass, and the Salmon with a honey glaze over fresh greens are terrific for a healthy guilt-free meal, and for a favorite starter try their famous Mussels or the Oysters Rockefeller which the chef has put forth effort in creating to be unique to Bistro Mezzaluna.

As for Italian dishes, their pasta offerings are traditional, yet quite unique. The flavors are distinct, with a fresh quality. For instance, the Rigatoni Bolognesa is my favorite pasta dish there, it has a meaty consistency with a savory sauce over pasta al-dente. Perfect for my picky taste buds.

Cocktails are a focal point, as their Margarita’s and Martini’s are legendary, you should indulge in one before your meal.

As far as the wine list, they have one of the better choices in South Florida actually award-winning, we were pleasantly surprised at the extensive options.

The desserts were a delight, I had the Flour-less Chocolate Cake, and it satisfied my cocoa cravings without disappointing . We shared the dessert, as we were more than satiated, but I had to have this one! The tiramisu, creme brulee, and other offering I saw on the closer tables looked delicious.

There is a French flavor, as well as Italian and American. I enjoy the variety, to be honest, it does not take away from the feeling of a better dining experience, it actually adds to it, making you get a feel of our town, which is a wonderful mixture of cultures that we all love.

This one dining experience that you won’t be sorry you listened to me for, it is pricey, but worth it in every sense. There are times when you feel like splurging, and you are in the mood to go Italian, but with with French and (New)American flavor, this is my choice, and the choice of many local foodies. Enjoy!

Information for Bistro Mezzaluna:

Phone (954) 522-6620

Street address: 741 Se 17th St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316

Hours: Sun: 5:30pm – 10pm

Mon – Thurs: 6pm – 11pm

Fri & Sat: 6pm – 12midnight

Bar is open every day at 5pm

Third Annual Martorano’s Masters Meatball Eating Championship

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meatball eating contestThird Annual Martorano’s Masters Meatball Eating Championship

This might just be the grossest event ever! So are you going to attend? Maybe enter?

The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, in association with Major League Eating, is teaming up with Steve Martorano, The “Godfather of Italian-American Cooking,” to present the third annual “Martorano’s Masters Meatball Eating Championship” on Saturday, December 10 from 4 – 6 p.m.

Guests will have the opportunity to witness some of the world’s most popular competitive eaters in action as they skillfully devour Martorano’s award-winning meatballs for a chance to win a share of $3,000 cash.

The winner ate over 6 pounds of meatballs last year. I love meatballs but this is a bit much for me. So are you going to enter? Might be some easy cash for you!

I think that Cafe Martorano has some of the best Italian food in Fort Lauderdale but eating 6 pounds of meat in a couple of minutes might just be a bit more than I care to take on. How about you?

Crazy Wok Chinese Takeout | Stay Away…They Serve Raw Food! [Video]

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Crazy Wok Chinese Takeout | Stay Away…They Serve Raw Food!

We received a door hanger advertisement from the Crazy Wok Chinese Takeout located on 2392 North Federal Highway, Fort Lauderdale – (954) 630-3588. Their ad looked pretty good so we decided to place an order.

They arrived at our home promptly…almost too promptly and when we began eating we found out how they got our order out so fast. The food was raw! I’m talking chicken that was still pink inside. The kind of raw chicken that Gordon Ramsay on Kitchen Nightmares screams about and fires wannabee chefs for.

Too bad Gordon Ramsay wasn’t in the kitchen of Crazy Wok. It’s also too bad he didn’t get a chance to speak to the moron’s running the joint either.

When we called back and told them of their error they were pretty laid back about it. Initially we just wanted them to replace the raw dish, but when they even refused to come back and give us a new order, we then escalated it to requesting a full refund. After all, raw chicken can actually kill people so understandably I was pretty upset that my wife bit into a chicken leg that was gooey and raw on the inside and that she nearly gagged from taking  the first bite.

The people at Crazy Wok were obstinate, uncaring and quite rude. We eat at restaurants across the tri-county area in South Florida and we know that most restaurant owners in South Florida stand behind their food, but the folks at Crazy Wok don’t seem to give a crap about their reputation.

We called them 3 times to get them to rectify the situation BEFORE posting this article. They obviously didn’t care.

I know that times are really bad and that businesses are having a tough time making ends meet…but you simply don’t treat your customers this way. Especially when you serve them raw food.

I’m not sure where the owners of the joint come from but they had better know that people in South Florida have many choices when it comes to their dining preferences. Hopefully you’ll read this and have one less option when thinking about ordering chinese food.

The Crazy Wok serves raw food and they treat their customers like crap. I’d stay away and save your money. This is pretty serious. No takeout restaurant should put you in a position where your health is at risk.

Bad form by the Crazy Wok. My bet is they won’t make it in business when they serve raw food and treat customers this way.

Update: I guess we were not the only ones who think that this place is deplorable…check out this link where they had a ton of critical violations as the result of a state food inspection:

Sage Cafe Restaurant Fort Lauderdale | Daily Deal Coupon

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Sage Cafe Restaurant Fort Lauderdale | Daily Deal Coupon

Do you love authentic French cuisine? Well the Sage Cafe might be what you’re looking for. We hope to be featuring the restaurant on the Fort Lauderdale Daily Deals very soon. I think our subscribers will really love the restaurant.

Once we get them onboard, we’ll be writing a long form review of the restaurant right here. So make sure you sign up to be notified when we go live with Sage Cafe by subscribing here for alerts on Chef Laurent’s Sage Cafe being featured.

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Don’t Miss Fort Lauderdale’s Second Annual Riverwalk Burger Battle

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Don’t Miss Fort Lauderdale’s Second Annual Riverwalk Burger Battle

Who doesn’t like a great, big, juicy burger? I’m not talking about the pre-packaged fare you get from Mickie D’s or Burger King. I’m talking the kind of burger that takes two hands to eat made from the best ground beef, or better yet, ground sirloin in town.

Well if you know what I’m talking about and want to get your hands on some real mouth watering grade-a burgers then you’re not going to want to miss this event. Trust me, after attending the recent Sips And Sliders event I can personally tell you that these chef’s have it going on!

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Riverwalk Trust will host Fort Lauderdale’s second annual Burger Battle Presented by Publix Apron’s Cooking School on Friday, May 13, 2011 from 7 to 10 p.m. on the Riverside Hotel Lawn, 620 E. Las Olas Blvd. in Downtown Fort Lauderdale.

Some of the city’s top restaurants will compete, showcasing their creativity and grilling skills to about 1,000 guests. The event will bring together local employees, residents and businesses for an evening of gourmet burger creations, cocktails and fun, while raising funds to support the Riverwalk Trust’s mission of building and nurturing a vibrant community connected by the New River.

Riverwalk Burger Battle

For a $40 donation (prepaid online), attendees will receive an array of burger samples from local restaurants, plus three drink tickets to be used for any Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, Jack Daniel’s Lynchburg Lemonade or Bud Light. They’ll vote for their favorite burger, enjoy complimentary VOSS water and view a local celebrity slider eating contest sponsored by Krystal. A local band will perform live and a French fry bar will be offered.

Guests will enjoy burger bites from Capital Grille, Morton’s The Steakhouse, ROK:BRGR, Gilbert’s 17th Street Grill, Johnny V Restaurant, Big City Tavern, Pelican Landing at Pier Sixty-Six Marina, Chef Allen’s Burger Bar, Riverside Hotel, Tarpon Bend, Timpano Chophouse & Martini Bar, Blue Plate at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, Rare Las Olas, Hard Rock Café and last year’s winner Georgie’s Alibi.

A panel of local celebrity judges will honor one restaurant with “Best Burger in Fort Lauderdale” bragging rights. Another eatery will be chosen as the “Fan Favorite” by Burger Battle attendees. BIG 105.9 afternoon drive on-air radio personality Doc Reno will host the event.

Burger Battle II event supporters include Publix Apron’s Cooking School, Krystal, Riverside Hotel, Premier Beverage, Jack Daniel’s, Barefoot Wines & Bubbly, Stephen’s Distributing, Bud Light, BIG 105.9 FM, 93.9 MIA, Best Rental, The City of Fort Lauderdale, Gold Coast magazine, Scott Barfield Photography, Intown411,, Las Olas Lifestyle, Edco Awards & Specialties, Inspiri24 Design Studios, Quinn Pro Quo and Go Riverwalk magazine.

Sounds like a real good time for the whole family and the Riverside Hotel lawn is a great setting on a Friday night. For that matter, anywhere on Las Olas is fine with me on a Friday night.

Sips And Sliders At Sunset Hosted By YOLO Restaurant

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Sips And Sliders At Sunset Hosted By YOLO

Sips And Sliders At Sunset Hosted By YOLO Restaurant

You know when you’re out at the clubs late at night and you see that Checkers is still open and you just have to stop and get a couple of “sliders”.  Well this ain’t Checkers at 3AM!

I’m not sure these gourmet offerings can even be denigrated by calling them sliders, but what the heck, it’s for charity so let’s go slumming for an evening and call these delicious ZAGAT type burgers sliders and have some fun.

YOLO, one of Fort Lauderdale’s trendiest restaurants is hosting a slider cook-off featuring some of the finest restaurants in the area. The event will be judges by some local celebrities. The Sips And Sliders At Sunset is presented to benefit the Jack & Jill Children’s Center.

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YOLO, the sophisticated eatery that brings the ‘You Only Live Once’ philosophy to life through cuisine and atmosphere, is hosting Sips and Sliders at Sunset on Thursday, April 21, 2011 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

YOLO is calling all slider specialists and aims to answer the age-old question – who has the best slider in town? Consider the gauntlet thrown. A challenge has been extended to Fort Lauderdale restaurants and in addition to YOLO throwing their hat into the ring, participants include Market 17, Johnny V, Rocco’s Tacos, Himmarshee, Big City, Mancinis, Grateful Palate, Blue Moon Fish Co., Ocean 3030 and more.

From the masterminds that brought a little friendly competition to the camaraderie amongst South Florida restaurants with Moonlight, Meatballs & Martinis in 2009 (a meatball cook-off)… comes a new contest that puts America’s favorite finger sandwich to the ultimate test. Consider this a follow up challenge of Fort Lauderdale restaurant’s culinary skills all in good fun – and food. Sips & Sliders at Sunset will bring these establishments together to compete to earn the title of ‘Fort Lauderdale’s Best Slider’ aka SoFla’s Slider Master.

Known for their delectable Meatball Sliders prepared with tomato gravy, arugula and herb ricotta, YOLO sets the slider bar pretty high. But to encourage a little friendly downtown competition, they are hosting the ultimate slider showdown, inviting some of South Florida’s favorite eateries to test their culinary talents among an audience of their patrons.

Each restaurant will create one sensational slider to represent their slider-making-skills. The entries will be reviewed by an elite panel of judges including Mayor Jack Seiler, as well as South Florida celebrities and culinary-geniuses as well as the hundreds of local residents and restaurant patrons in attendance who will help deem one restaurant The King of All Things Slider-related.

The winner will master the art of slider superiority by showcasing perfect portions, supremely prepared meats and unique toppings. The goal – to make a slider like no other that warrants a toast from the crowds and the slider champion crown. First, second and third place winners will receive an award plaque and bragging rights of course. After all, who doesn’t want to be called a Master Slider Maker?

Sips & Sliders at Sunset will offer guests a front row seat to the slider competition along with live music, great food and drinks and a chance to help a local, deserving charity. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Jack & Jill Children’s Center, a non-profit organization that offers an accredited program which supports the intellectual, emotional, physical and social development of young children.

It was founded in 1942 and has evolved into a community-based program with a community-based board of directors. Over the years, Jack & Jill has provided more than 13,000 children 1 million hours of child care. Its mission is to break the cycle of poverty for children of lower income working families in Broward County through the provision of family-oriented child care services and family intervention and support.

Tickets for Sips and Sliders at Sunset are available for $25 in advance and $30 at the door.

I’m not sure who will actually win and I’m pretty sure that it really doesn’t matter. What does matter is that this is an event you should support and the Jack & Jill Center is a great cause.

So come on out and taste some delicious food, the drinks will be flowing and it will be a lot of fun at Sips & Sliders at Sunse!