By Thom Smith, columnist You won’t find a commercial fishing boat within five miles. No barnacles cemented to pilings on the docks, alternately exposed and hidden by the daily tides. Nevertheless, a new aroma on Atlantic Avenue in Delray suggests a little bit of coastal New England. In recent weeks, the air has become filled […]
Entries Tagged as 'Thom Smith’s Society Bites'
October 29th, 2009 · 11 Comments
August 19th, 2009 · 3 Comments
By Thom Smith, columnist The mile-wide smile, the robust laugh, the outstretched hand, the twinkle in his eye. It didn’t matter to Wolfgang Baere if he was running one of the nation’s most prestigious resorts or his down-to-earth beachfront hotel and bar; the essence of hospitality was to treat everyone as if they were worth […]
July 13th, 2009 · 1 Comment
By Thom Smith, columnist In a his long career as a South Florida restauranteur, Dak Kerprich has done it fancy at such places as Max’s Grille in Boca, trendy at Kyoto in Delray and simple at Miss Marsha’s, a Singer Island pizza joint. Buoyed by the success of Miss Marsha’s, which he sold last year, […]