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ITB takes website to new heights! By Nicol Jenkins EDITOR
n The Biz® Magazine is already the premier source for the hospitality industry and beyond. Now its website, www.itbnation. com, will have more features and become the one-stop site for all you need to know about ITB specials, finding a job in the industry, more pictures of you with friends and of your favorite bartenders, entertainment articles, videos, a culinary and music section, classifieds and much more. In The Biz® will offer the best of both worldsa long-running print source that publishes once a month informing readers about those who work in the industry, upcoming events, hospitality tricks of the trade, parties and concerts not to miss and much more; and a new cutting edge website will offer much more for South Florida industry employees and party goers so they will get instant and up to date photos, blogs and videos on what?s going on in nightlife and beyond. In The Biz® publisher Carey Suissa wanted to take the website and social media to another level to give her readers and customers much more content, videos and photos. “We are still going to print the same amount of magazines as always; however, we want to be able to offer you, our readers, more content and more information. We can only fit so much into the magazine each month. If someone has a drink recipe that they would like to share or a story about something that is going on in our community, they need an avenue to do that. With this new interactive website, we are able to offer this type of content on a daily basis,” said Suissa. Another great feature is that the site will be interactive. You will be able to log on and vote for your favorite bartender of the month, see a video of an up and coming local band, finally uncover the ingredients in your cocktail of choice, find a job in the hospitality industry, post to the classifieds section, read about a chef of the month. The site will also be home to guest bloggers who will write about the business and topics related to the industry. Ads will be interactive as well, and advertisers can choose the design they prefer. The new and improved website will be launching on Saturday, January 4th. Everyone is invited to the launch party which will be held at 6 • ITB • January 2014
Unity 88, 4028 NE 6th Ave, Oakland Park starting at 9 pm. There will be plenty of drinks from liquor sponsors, food and live performances by Falseta, The Atlas Complex and Skam. Come out and find out more about In The Biz® Magazine?s digital features! We will be giving away gift certificates to local bars and restaurants as well as other great prizes just for coming out! We will need the InTheBiz® community support to get this website off and running. We are looking for bloggers, videographers and photographers who would like to submit their stories, photos and videos. If your band has a video and you want us to put it on the website, send
it over to us. Did you just have a party at your club and want us to publish the photos??? Send them to us! (All posts will need to be approved by our webmaster). We love our readers and our advertisers, we want to include all of them in our new, interactive website. Advertising opportunities are also available, contact your Account Executive or e-mail email@example.com for more information on website advertising. We are very excited to take this leap with you and hope that you will come out and join us at our launch party on January 4th. Celebrate the New Year, New ITB with us! www.InTheBizMagazine.com
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Dazzling Boat Parade, Black Tie Ball, Official Cocktail...
Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest celebrates 42 years photos by Nicol Jenkins
By Nicol Jenkins EDITOR
nown as the biggest parade on water, the Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade truly lived up to its name in its 42nd year. From dazzling lighted and decorative holiday boats and breathtaking yachts to lavish and enchanting balls, and fun drink contests for the hospitality industry, Winterfest was surrounded by events that you’ll never forget.
An enchanting ball The Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Black Tie Ball, presented by Moët & Chandon, was a first class event from start to finish. The enchanted evening has been named the largest holiday gala in Fort Lauderdale. That title was fitting as attendees were decked to the nines in flowing gowns, sparkling jewels and tuxedos and ties when they arrived and strutted the red carpet. Once inside the Hard Rock Live, ice sculptures, a life size martini glass,
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entertainers on stilts and burlesque performers, buffets of delicious appetizers and champagne, and over 250 silent auction prizes wowed guests. The main attraction was a surrealistic grand ballroom complete with a burlesque show, talented musicians, a lavish dinner and dancing the night away. And the night would not be complete without the crowing of the 2013 Belle of the Ball- Stacy Copeland, Director of International Convention Sales at the Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention & Visitors Bureau. Everyone in attendance had a time to remember. “I feel at home here. I get to see a lot of the same people each year and they are like family. And it gets better and better every year,” said Annette Watkins. Lisa Scott-Founds, Winterfest Founder, thanked the Committee, staff and volunteers for all their dedication. “I have been with Winterfest for over 20 years and it has really grown to an incredible event. We have made a $48 million dol-
lar impact to our local economy,” added Ken Ortner, Chairman of the Board for Winterfest. Stacy Copeland was ecstatic to be crowned at the Winterfest Black Tie Ball, “It takes a village to put together Winterfest. If you are going to be the Belle of the Ball, this is the ball you want to be the belle of.”
And the winner of the Official Winterfest Cocktail is… The Winterfest Absolut Drink Contest, hosted by Winterfest and In The Biz® Magazine, was held for the second year to name the best cocktail for Winterfest. Three South Florida bartenders- Angela Vieux-Dugan of Kapow! Noodle Bar in Boca Raton, Will Moscaritolo of the Melting Pot in Coral Springs, and Lisa LaFay of the Downtowner Saloon in Fort Lauderdale- competed for bragging rights and for their drink being named the signature cocktail for the 2013 Winterfest Boat Parade. All three bartenders mixed up their drinks at the Dubliner in downtown Fort Lauderdale to be judged by Laine Doss,
Lead Food & Spirits Reporter for the Broward New Times. The competitors’ drinks were being judged on ingredients, taste, and uniqueness of name. Angela Vieux-Dugan won for her concoction, the Winterfest Anchor Clanker, with the unique ingredients of Absolut Vodka, Thai basil, Fresno pepper, lime, agave, and smoked black pepper. “I’m so excited to win!” exclaimed Angela. Her inspiration for the holiday drink was, “I wanted to use Absolut Vodka and to showcase our organic signature garden at Kapow!” The runner ups, Lisa LaFay for Absolut Paradise, and Will Moscaritolo for Winterfest Blue Ice. About his unique blue drink, “I wanted to make something new and I know what mixes well together,” said Will. Lisa was inspired to make her tropical drink based on the Winterfest Boat Parade’s theme, ‘A Passport to Paradise’, “The theme is tropical, and I wanted to make something you would want to drink in paradise.”
Boat Parade sets sail Seminole Hard Rock Winterfest Boat Parade was once again a visually dazzling event. Over 100 brilliantly illuminated boats sailed down the New River and up the Intracoastal Waterway during this signature annual event. 2013 Grand Marshals www.InTheBizMagazine.com
“30 Rock” star Tracy Morgan and race car driver and South Florida local Ryan Hunter-Reay kicked off the parade in style; many decorative boats followed and illuminated the waterways and spread cheer and holiday spirits for all ages. The boats of all sizes are judged on best lights, sound and originality. The Winterfest Celebration embraces the dual goals of providing a means for the community to come together and enjoy spectacular and unique events as well as attract positive national attention to the Greater Fort Lauderdale area as a tourist destination and as a great place to live and work.Winterfest is best known for its one-of-akind Boat Parade celebrating 42 years. Spurred by the continued popularity of that event, a not-forprofit organization, WINTERFEST, Inc., was formed in 1988 to administer the Boat Parade and to build a festival around it. The rest, as they say, “is history.” Special thanks to the wonderful Committee, sponsors and volunteers of Winterfest, including Kathy Keleher, Marketing and Parade Director for the signature holiday event. To see the winners of this year’s Winterfest Boat Parade and for more information on the event, visit http://www.winterfestparade.com.
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By Nicol Jenkins Editor
he New Year will deliver many new and exciting events to keep you entertained throughout 2014. Make trying new things and treating yourself to a fun day or night out on the town your New Year’s resolution. These are just a few of the hottest events that South Florida has to offer this month. The much anticipated art festival of the year is finally here! Art lovers should not miss the 26th Annual Las Olas Art Fair on January 4th and January 5th from 10 am to 5 pm on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. Now considered a South Florida tradition in its 26th year on Las Olas Boulevard, the Las Olas Art Fair, put on by Howard Alan Events, is nationally recognized as one of the top events in America. Over the years, this Las Olas Boulevard festival has become a premiere “must see event” in South Florida. People come out yearly to see more than 150 artists display their work in what looks like an art gallery lining the iconic Las Olas Boulevard. Meet the creators of the art on display; commission a specific piece; ask questions about techniques; learn the sources of their inspirations; and purchase fine works of art at affordable prices. Admission is free. This is also a great opportunity to take a stroll along the beautiful Las Olas Boulevard. Dorothy, Toto and all our favorite characters are coming to Fort Lauderdale when The Wizard of Oz premieres at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts January 7th through January 19th. Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new production of The Wizard of Oz is an enchanting adaptation of the all-time classic, totally reconceived for the stage by the award-winning creative team that recently delighted London and Toronto audiences with the revival of The Sound of Music. Developed from the ever popular MGM screenplay, this new production contains all the beloved songs from the Oscar®-winning movie score, all the favorite characters and iconic moments, plus a few surprises along the way, including new songs by Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Click your heels together and join Scarecrow, Tin Man, Lion, 14 • ITB • January 2014
Dorothy and her little dog Toto, as they journey through the magical land of Oz to meet the Wizard and obtain their hearts’ desires. Watch out for the Wicked Witch of the West and her winged monkeys as you rediscover the real story of Oz in this fantastic musical treat for all the family. Admission for this show runs from $34.50 to $79.50. The Broward Center for the Performing Arts is located at 201 SW 5 Ave, Fort Lauderdale. For more information, call 954-462-0222. Cowboys and cowgirls will be in for a musical treat! Love & Theft will be performing live in
concert on Saturday, January 11th at Cowboys Saloon in Davie. Love and Theft, an American country music duo, is composed of Stephen Barker Liles and Eric Gunderson, both of whom sing lead vocals and play guitar. Their hits include “Angel Eyes” and “If You Ever Get Lonely”. Tickets are available at http://www.cowboyssaloon.com. Go back in time to the 60s at the Summer of Love Concert, which will take place on January 17th at 8 pm at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts in Fort Lauderdale. In this incredible tribute to the music of the 60s, relive the memories, share the spirit and celebrate the greatest hits of the Woodstock Generation. Don’t miss this musical “love fest” where Glen Burtnick, a Styx and Beatlemania alumnus, masterfully recreates the songs and psychedelically flavored spirit of this iconic time with a full band and amazing backup vocalists. The concert features music by the Beatles, The Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan, Jimi Hendrex, Janis Joplin, Otis Redding, The Mamas and the Papas, The Doors and more! Admission runs from $19 to $59. For more information or for tickets, call 954-462-0222. The BB&T Center will be hopping with top musical acts and edge of your seat hockey games. Billy Joel kicks off the season full of events with a two-night performance on January 7th at 8 pm and January 11th at 8 pm. Having ended a threeyear live performance hiatus with a moving and critically-acclaimed appearance at New York’s 12-12-12 concert for victims of Hurricane Sandy, music superstar Billy Joel will sing his greatest hits and more in South Florida. The concert will be Billy Joel’s first in South Florida since 2009. Hockey fans will be flocking to these upcoming games. The Panthers will play the New York Islanders on January 14th at 7:30 pm; and then the San Jose Sharks on January 16th at 7:30 pm; and on the 24th against the Colorado Avalanche. Sing along to “Copacabana” and “Can’t Smile Without You” with Barry Manilow live on January 17th at 8 pm. On January 18th and 19th, a group of performers will sing at the Xtreme Christian Music Conference. Jeff Dunham will bring some laughs with his Disorderly Conduct act on January 25th at 5 pm. www.InTheBizMagazine.com
ertainment Hard Rock Live will also be rockin’ with some unique acts. George Lopez will continue the laughter on January 4th at 8 pm. World Series of Fighting 8 MMA comes to Hard Rock Live. The event will feature Gaethje vs Gonzalez on January 18th at 6 pm. KC & The Sunshine Band perform their catchy tunes on January 24th at 8 pm. Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale has an amazing lineup at a great venue. On January 12th, Queensryche will perform at 7:30 pm. Their calendar will be jammed packed including: New Politics on January 19th, Lucero on January 22, Gaelic Storm on January 24th, Candlebox on January 25th, Against Me! on January 26th, Sevendust on January 30th and Moonspell on January 31st. Don’t miss these eclectic shows! Revolution Live will also offer many concerts during the month. Starting with Les Claypool’s Duo De Twang on January 9th, Blackberry Smoke on January 10th, Supercat on January 19th, Savoy with Dotexe on January 21, In This Moment with Davour The Day and Butcher Babies on January 24th, Falling in Reverse with Escape the Fate on January 25th, and Nonpoint on January 31st. January will be an epic month for big theater hit movies. Kicking off with The Legend of Hercules, be sure to
bring your friends and enjoy some memorable blockbusters and tasty popcorn. In the epic origin story, THE LEGEND OF HERCULES, Kellan Lutz stars as the mythical Greek hero – the son of Zeus, a half-god, half-man blessed with extraordinary strength. Betrayed by his stepfather, the King, and exiled and sold into slavery because of a forbidden love, Hercules must use his formidable powers to fight his way back to his rightful kingdom. Through harrow-
ing battles and gladiator-arena death matches, Hercules embarks on a legendary odyssey to overthrow the King and restore peace to the land. Robert De Niro and Sylvester Stallone will fight it out in “Grudge Match”. Pittsburgh boxers Billy “The Kid” McDonnen (Robert De Niro) and Henry “Razor” Sharp (Sylvester Stallone) shared a fierce rivalry back in the 1980s. Each had scored a victory in two matches, but on the eve of their decisive third bout, Henry suddenly announced his retirement, effectively ending both boxers’ careers. Thirty years later, boxing promoter Dante Slate Jr. (Kevin Hart) makes Billy and Henry an offer they can’t refuse: Return to the ring and settle the score once and for all. Leonardo DiCaprio will star in ‘The Wolf of Wall Street’. In 1987, Jordan Belfort (Leonardo DiCaprio) takes an entry-level job at a Wall Street brokerage firm. By the early 1990s, while still in his 20s, Belfort founds his own firm, Stratton Oakmont. Together with his trusted lieutenant (Jonah Hill) and a merry band of brokers, Belfort makes a huge fortune by defrauding wealthy investors out of millions. However, while Belfort and his cronies partake in a hedonistic brew of sex, drugs and thrills, the SEC and the FBI close in on his empire of excess. In The Biz® Magazine wishes its readers, hospitality employees and all a Happy New Year! January 2014 • ITB • 15
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Chef of the Month Chef John Jennett The Floridian
By Nicol Jenkins Editor
oming from a long line of chefs in his family, John Jennett grew up in restaurants and kitchens admiring the aromas of fresh sauces and techniques of top chefs. John Jennett has taken that passion for cooking and has dedicated his culinary expertise to his many regular customers at The Floridian. Since 1937, The Floridian has been a landmark upscale diner on Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale. Chef John has been serving up breakfast, lunch, dinner and late night treats to patrons for over 31 years. Open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, you are guaranteed to be treated to a delicious meal created by this well-known chef. Everyone that comes in knows Chef John for his friendly demeanor and jovial personality. Working at the Floridian for 31 years, he is a staple at the restaurant as much as the eggs and pancakes. He started as a busboy, worked his way up to the dish room cleaning pots and pans, and then got his big break working in the kitchen alongside his father, brother and with long-time chef Butch, who was his mentor and is now the owner of the Floridian. “I was inspired to become a chef because I grew up around restaurants all my life. I have watched my family cooking in the kitchen for as long as I can remember,” said Chef John. Chef John especially enjoys cooking up unique meals and traditional favorites at the Floridian. He also has helped open many local restaurants, including Ernie’s BBQ. “The Floridian is known as a breakfast place. It is very fast paced and I like that. It has been there since 1937; it used to be a drug store with a soda counter and it has evolved over the years,” he said. The Floridian is known as an upscale diner in www.InTheBizMagazine.com
the heart of Fort Lauderdale. There are three menus- breakfast, lunch and dinner and the graveyard menu for late nights, with many options to choose from. Each day, Chef John and his team of experienced cooks mix up the best meals in town, including homemade soups, fresh chili, marinara sauce, their famous crab meat omelet which was featured on the Rachael Ray show, meatloaf, country ham which is flown in from West Virginia, a plethora of desserts such as cakes and brownies and much more. “We have a very traditional menu, with all the same original recipes from 30 years ago,” he said. The warm and welcoming atmosphere has been home to many visitors from around the world and locals who sit at the same seat and eat the same meal each week. “We have many regulars that come to the window and say hi to us. Some have been coming here for over 20 years; and we have many employees that have worked here for countless years,” said Chef John.
Chef John is proud to put his name on the many creations. His daughter is even following in his footsteps by becoming a pastry chef at the W Hotel. Come in and try one of Chef John’s many unique creations at The Floridian! Stop in for a hearty breakfast, lunch or dinner at 1410 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301. For more information, call 954-463-4041.
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Test your fears with
Goose Bumps! The Science of Fear
opening January 31, 2014 at Museum of Discovery and Science
BY staff reports
he Museum of Discovery and Science presents the new traveling exhibit Goose Bumps! The Science of Fear, opening January 31 through September 2, 2014. Why do our hearts race, our knees shake, and our bodies sweat when we are scared? This exciting exhibit, exploring the universal emotion of fear, is sponsored locally through a generous grant from the Leo Goodwin Foundation. Through fun, interactive challenges, guests can experience fear in a safe environment and discover the science behind their physical and emotional responses. The 6,000 squarefoot exhibit includes immersive environments and full-body, interactive experiences that allow guests to test their own fears and rate their physiological responses. Leading scientists and their current research on the 28 • ITB • January 2014
neurobiology, physiology and psychology of fear are also featured throughout the exhibit. Goose Bumps! begins with the Fear Challenge Course, where visitors can face four common fears in a safe environment. The first challenge, Fear of Animals, dares guests to reach into concealed terrariums that might be the home of creepy-crawly creatures. In the next room, Fear of Electric Shock, visitors may feel their heart pounding as they anticipate getting zapped by a jolt of electricity. In Fear of Loud Noises visitors test this innate fear that helps keep us out of harm’s way. Finally, the Fear of Falling challenge allows guests to experience a sudden loss of support and then watch a video recording of their reaction to the backwards drop. Another exhibit highlight is the Fear Lab, a section which explores the brain’s structures and pathways that drive the fear response. Visitors will meet Mr. Goose Bumps, a larger-than-life figure that illustrates, through
animation, how the brain and body work together in response to danger. Real brains and brain slices preserved through the process of plastination are on display showing similarities in a key fear structure in the brains of humans and animals. The Museum is open seven days a week, 365 days a year; Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. with extended IMAX® hours on most evenings. General Admission prices are $19 for adults; $18 seniors; $15 children 2 to 12. Children under 2 are free. A General Admission Ticket includes admission to the Museum exhibits including Goose Bumps and one classic IMAX movie. The Museum of Discovery and Science is located downtown at 401 SW Second Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312. For more information about the Museum, visitors should call 954.467.MODS (6637) or visit our web site at www.mods.org www.InTheBizMagazine.com
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Addison Ruff Where do you work? The best sports bar in Fort Lauderdale, HOTT LEGGZ! Where are you from originally? Fort Lauderdale, born and raised! How long have you been InTheBiz® ? I have been working InTheBiz® for About 3 years now. What do you like best about bartending? I love being in this business because I love meeting new people. One of the best parts is that every day I come to work it is different! Why did you choose to become a bartender/server? I chose to become a Bartender because I knew that it would be a fun job and that I could support myself doing it! What is the most ordered drink? I have to say the most ordered drink at Hott Leggz is vodka soda. It’s simple, I know, but Sky Vodka is 2-4-1 all day every day; you can’t go wrong with that! What is your favorite drink to make? I love it when customers come in and order Martinis; it gives me a challenge and saves me from the monotony of opening beers! What can you share with new bartenders/servers to make the most in tips? My best advice is simply to just be yourself! Always have a smile on your face, be confident, friendly and strike up conversation with people. When Bartending not only are you there to serve thirsty customers, you’re also there to entertain! What is the worst pick up line you ever heard? I’ve probably heard every pickup line there is! But I have to say the worst one I’ve heard while Bartending is, “Interesting name for a restaurant/bar, Hott Leggz. Was this place named after you?” So corny but it gets me every time! Editor’s Note: InTheBiz® Magazine will feature a story on the InTheBiz® Employee of the Month at your establishment. Please send us your suggestions on star employees to feature at contact@ITBnation.com or Visit us at www.InTheBizMagazine.com
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Wiley Street Pub • 1819 Wiley St. - Hollywood • 954-921-9459
Marsha’s Pub • 358 South State Road 7 - Margate • 954-969-9779
7 Seas Bar • 2200 SW 57 Ave, Miami, FL • 305-266-6071
Sandbar Fort Lauderdale • 900 Sunrise Lane, Fort Lauderdale • 954-990-7578
Green Room • 100 SW 3rd Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL • 954-727-0950
Studio Karaoke Club • 1801 Collins Ave, Miami, FL • 305-695-1770
Gerri’s Sports Pub • 6500 W. Atlantic Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL • 954-972-6266
Village Well • 1023 SE 17th St. Fort Lauderdale • 954-524-2531
Murphy’s Law Irish Pub • Hard Rock Hard Rock • 954-791-4782 Goal Line Sports Bar • 6969 Taft Street, Hollywood • 954-399-8156 JD’s Bar & Lounge • 10311 W Sample Rd Coral Springs 954-7523227 Hunters Beach Bar • 235 Almond Ave - Fort Lauderdale • 954-467-9166 The Oasis Pub • 3224 W Commercial Blvd. - Tamarac • Red Dog Cantina • 3134 NE 9th Street - Fort Lauderdale • 954-4404382
Jesse’s Xtreme Sports Bar • 5442 W. Atlantic Blvd. Margate • 954-917-2855 MUGSHOTS BAR & GRILL OF MARGATE • 1049 N. STATE RD 7, Margate • 954-974-4420 Slackers Bar & Grill • 995 State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale, FL • 954-530-4758 Automatic Slims South Beach • 1216 Washington Ave, Miami, FL • 305-672-2220
Turn 3 Sports Bar • 23032 Sandalfoot Plaza - Boca Raton • 561-483-1964
DaVito’s Italian Restaurant • 19635 State Rd. 7 - Boca Raotn • 561-482-2323
Dive Bar • 3233 N. Ocean Blvd. Fort Lauderdale • 954-565-9264
Muddy Waters • 2237 W. Hillsborough Blvd • 954-428-6577
Singers Karaoke • 3521 NW Eighth Ave. Pompano Beach • 954785-1945
Packy’s • 11379 W. Palmetto Park Road • 954-657-8423
My Buddy’s Place • 830 S Dixie Highway, Hollywood • 954-668-0166
New Moon Bar • 2440 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors • 954-563-7660
Blue Jay Lounge • 301 SW 15 Ave, Pompano Beach • 954-941-4616
Smarty Pants • 2400 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale • 954561-1724
Bills Filling Station • 2209 Wilton Drive. Wilton Manors • 954567-5978
Da Big Kahuna • 17 S. Federal Highway, 3rd floor at Beach Place • 954-530-4867
Play By Play • 440 S. Cypress Road Pompano Beach • 954-946-7908
J’s Bar • 2780 Davie Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale • 954-581-8400
Cheers • 941 E. Cypress Creek Road Oakland Park • 954-771-6337
Trotter Inn • 2471 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale • 954-788-4801
Flip Flops Dockside Eatery • 3051 NE 32nd Ave. Fort Lauderdale • 954-567-1672
Sports Den at Manor Lanes • 1517 Northeast 26th St. Wilton Manors • 954-566-7457
Atlantique Cafe • 777 E Atlantic Avenue Suite c-8, Delray Beach • 561-272-1170
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Drink Recipes of the month Cruzan Pot of Gold
1 1/2 parts Cruzan 9 Spiced Rum 3/4 part DeKuyper Orange Curacao 3/4 part Fresh Orange Juice 2 parts Fresh Lemon Sour Shake ingredients together with ice and strain into a cinnamon and sugar-rimmed cocktail glass. Garnish with a flamed orange peel.
Grapefruit Basil Champagne Cocktail 2 parts Pucker Sour Apple Sass Vodka 5 chunks of Honeydew Melon 1 part Lemon Juice 1 part Agave Nectar Prosecco
Add honeydew melon to a cocktail shaker and muddle. Add vodka, lemon juice and agave nectar to the cocktail shaker. Shake vigorously, double strain over ice and pour into chilled wine glass. Top with Prosecco.
1¾ oz. Partida Reposado ¾ oz. lemon juice ½ oz. maple syrup ¼ oz. simple syrup Dashes of Angostura Bitters Shake all ingredients with ice and strain over fresh ice into an Old-Fashioned glass. Garnish with lemon twist. Note: Tasty winter Sour. You can also add egg white for a great finish to the cocktail and this drink can also be served up.
Rum Pepper Snapper 1/3 oz. Truvia simple syrup 1 1/4 oz. rum 4 oz. coconut water 1 strip jalapeno (1/4 inch) 1 strip red bell pepper 1 stalk lemongrass
In a cocktail shaker half-filled with ice, add all ingredients. Shake until the tin is frosted. Strain into a glass filled with fresh ice. Garnish with a stalk of lemongrass, jalapeno strip and red bell pepper strip. www.InTheBizMagazine.com
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Lindsey Ann Bartender at Capones By Nicol Jenkins Contributing Writer
indsey Ann knows the trick to keeping her customers smiling and coming back each week at Capones in Fort Lauderdale.
“My customers are there to have a good time, and I am always having a good time when I am working. I’m always dancing around and having fun and keeping them happy,” said Lindsey, adding, “I have always been the girl who has a lot of regulars, and I work during Happy Hour when Capones offers 3-4-1 drinks!” Being a bartender at Capones since February, Lindsey has many regular clients who come in just to see her. Capones offers a one-of-a-kind bar and nightclub experience in the downtown area, complete with multiple bars, VIP areas, the best in dance and party music and the best Happy Hour in town, with 3-4-1 drinks. Lindsey has been in the hospitality industry for many years, working as a bartender at various restaurants, bars and nightclubs in South Beach, Los Angeles, California, and in downtown Fort Lauderdale. She loves working In The Biz® because she gets to meet new people every day. Another Trick of the Trade is being attentive and listening to her customers. “I have worked in the hospitality industry for many years, and then I left but I came back. I like being a bartender. It’s one of those jobs where anywhere you go, they always need a bartender. I like to travel, and I always have
fun working as a bartender. Where else can you have fun while you are working,” said Lindsey. Growing up in South Florida and partying in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Lindsey also knows what kind of service customers like to see on the other side of the bar. “I used to partake in the downtown Fort Lauderdale festivities, and now I am happy to be on the other side of the bar taking care of my customers,” said Lindsey, adding, “ I like the people I work with and I love working downtown, especially at Capones. They have great music and it’s just a fun vibe at Capones.” Whether you have a favorite drink or want to try a new cocktail or shot, Lindsey can mix up a special concoction just for you and your friends! “I never put too much or not enough liquor in the drinks. I usually gauge on what my customers like, such as liquor or shots. If a group of girls come in and want to try something different, the Bacardi Dragon and berry pineapple shot is always a hit. I will find your poison and drink of choice!” said Lindsey. Come in to see Lindsey at Capones! Capones is located at 310 Himmarshee St, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33312. For more information, call 954-524-1969 or visit www.caponesnightclub.com. You can also find them on Facebook!
Editor’s Note: There will be a column every month in InTheBiz® Magazine on tricks of the trade. The columns will be written about those who work in the industry to inform fellow colleagues about the industry. www.InTheBizMagazine.com
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BY Luke Rohenaz Contributing Writer
alseta is a five-piece rock music group from South Florida.
The band first originated with drummer Romulo Bernal in 2009. Once he had written the bulk of the album in its raw premature form, he took on board his long time friend, guitarist and co-songwriter, Vishnu Saiz. Vishnu’s unique style complemented Romulo’s, and together they were easily able to finalize songs and ideas. Shortly after they then added to the mix another longtime friend, front man Marcus Fernandes, whose vocals and musical taste brought a new dynamic to the Falseta blend. Finally with the addition of Kitova McCarthy on guitar and Trevor Talbot on bass the line up was set. It is this winning combination friends and musicians that has sparked interest in not only musicians and local rock fans, but also in places one might not expect. If you happened to catch Pablo Malco’s Hip Hop Symphony at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts, you would have seen the band perfectly at home on the large theater’s stage. “Falseta has a certain drive behind their music that draws in several different genres of music lovers. When I first heard them rehearsing it sounded like a concert – the melodies, the hard knocking and funky drum patterns, and the clean yet grungy guitars,” says Malco, director of the non-profit Pablo Malco Foundation, which oversees the international performance troupe Pfuzion and The Hip Hop Dance Academy. “After speaking to the guys, it was apparent to me that they were the real deal – true artists. They are simply the best.”
ship of seasoned professionals. With live sets that are explosive, bold, and fresh, the band’s signature sound has been described as, “Melodic hard rock with a prog rock underbelly,” by Paul Catledge of Spanish Indie Pop group Hola Hi.
Vocals, Romulo Bernal – Drums/Percussion, Perfecta EP (2012), (self recorded, produced and mixed)
Ultimately the band describe themselves as “the kind of music that metal dudes listen to with their girlfriends”
2012 – Main support Perfecta EP, Florida tour, 15 plus dates
Falseta style musically, takes you on a journey of melodies, harmonies and heavy riffs, all neatly wrapped in the astounding showman-
Members of the band include; Marcus Fernandes – Vocals, Vishnu Saiz – Guitar/Vocal, Kitova McCarthy – Guitar, Trevor Talbot – Bass/
Music videosinclude “Running Low on High”, directed by Shutah films, (Released 2011), 2010 – Florida Tour, 10 plus dates
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Dr. Marc Frankel
will help you put your best smile forward for a New Year in hospitality! By Nicol Jenkins Editor
ne trip to the dental office of Dr. Marc Frankel and you’ll be grinning from ear-to-ear. Not only will you feel right at home the moment you walk in the door, but that comfort and results will continue throughout your entire visit and beyond. Why not feel more confident about your appearance and boost your tips at work! A better and brighter smile can do just that… And Dr. Marc Frankel and his staff are the ones to call this New Year. Specializing in general dentistry, cosmetic, oral surgery and endodontics, Dr. Frankel DDS can help you with all your dental needs. And looking and feeling your best is vital in the hospitality industry! The dental office also has specialists in all areas of dentistry, including root canals, veneers, botox, fillings, crowns and much more for all ages and under one roof. With over 27 years experience in the dental field, Dr. Frankel knows all the ins and outs of dental care. In 1986, he graduated from Emory University School of Dentistry in Atlanta, and continued his love for dentistry in South Florida. Dr. Frankel was inspired to get into the healthcare field to help others, and for over 22 years he has www.InTheBizMagazine.com
continued that mission of helping his patients feel better about themselves at his office in Hallandale Beach. Dr. Frankel takes the extra time to listen to each of his patients and to educate them on the dental process. Continuing education is also a vital part of his commitment to excel as a health care provider. His continued studies include Cosmetic Dentistry, Implant Restoration, and current materials and technology. Dr. Frankel continually supports the local community by volunteering his time with various organizations, such as Head Start, PBA, the Youth Explorer program and many other worthwhile endeavors. He is also affiliated with Aventura hospital, and works with the elderly, children and the disabled. He is a member in good standing in the following associations: American Dental Association, Florida Dental Association, South Florida District Association, and South Broward Study Club. His long-time staff praises his personalized attention to each of his patients and his welcoming, honest and down-to-earth demeanor. Educational seminars are also offered on how to brush your
teeth and floss correctly. Dr. Frankel also stresses the importance of dental care for those who work in the hospitality industry. “The benefit for the hospitality industry is that they work with people every day, and if they have a nice smile they will feel more comfortable and confident talking to people,” said Dr. Frankel. Now is the time to get your best smile! During the month of January, Dr. Frankel is offering a special for new patients, in-office bleaching is only $300, and a new patient special of $99 includes X-Rays, an exam, and cleaning! Come see Dr. Frankel today for amazing results… Stop in at 2100 East Hallandale Blvd. Suite 305, Hallandale Beach, (in the TransCapital Bank building). For more information or to book an appointment, call 954-454-4949. You can also visit his website at www.drfrankeldds.com and on Facebook by searching Drmarchfrankel. January 2014 • ITB • 41
Miami Dolphins Resolve After Near Downfall is Impressive By Allen Levin Sports Editor
he Miami Dolphins were on the brink of disaster. The team was ravished by a bullying scandal and had just lost to previously winless Tampa Bay, dropping their fifth game in six contests. A once promising season that was full of hope was unraveling at a rapid pace. Then, the Dolphins were able to beat a primary playoff competitor in San Diego to stop the bleeding. From there, Miami would win four out of its next five games to turn the season around and get to the team’s current state: In control of their own destiny for a playoff spot. It wasn’t a pretty road, but the Dolphins are in prime position to reach the postseason for the first time since 2008 and have looked pretty good recently.
As of the writing of this article, the Dolphins have won three consecutive games, including a huge win over division rival New England. They sit at 8-6, and can clinch a playoff spot if they win out their final two games against lowly Buffalo and New York (Jets). What’s been lost in this whole storyline is just how impressive the Dolphins resolve has been through all this. They could have easily folded and crumpled under all the media scrutiny and drama that surrounded their locker room. However, the Dolphins have put together some of their finest ball of the season, all starting with QB Ryan Tannehill’s play. The sophomore has thrown for 843 yards and eight touchdown passes in the last three games, including 312 yards, three touchdowns and the game winning drive in the victory over the Patriots. Moreover, the running game and offensive
line has been much stronger as of late. The team is clicking on most cylinders at just the right time of the season. If Miami keeps this up, they will end their playoff drought and enter the playoffs as one of the hottest teams. This is quite a cry from team that was nearly on the brink of disaster.
Florida State to Play for National Championship, UCF in Fiesta Bowl
wo excellent seasons for two Florida college programs is culminating in the ultimate prize. Florida State University, after a perfect 12-0 regular season and ACC championship, will play for the BCS National Championship on January 6 against SEC champion Auburn.
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The Seminoles have utterly dominated their opponents this year, with not one opponent coming even close to touching them. They have been electrifying on offense, led by their sensational Heisman-winning freshman quarterback, Jameis Winston, and suffocating on defense. FSU has by a large margin been the best team in college football this year, and they will look to win their first national championship since 1999. Winston became just the second true freshman QB to win the Heisman trophy after throwing for 3,280 passing yards and 38 touchdowns. The Noles averaged 53 points per game while allowing a nation-best 10.7 points per game on defense. Their game against Auburn will be one for the ages. As for the second best team in Florida-UCFthey will be in an exciting matchup against
high-powered Baylor, who owns the nation’s best offense. UCF finished with a program-best 11-1 record en route to the AAC championship and automatic BCS berth to the Fiesta Bowl. It was a year of firsts for the relatively young program, achieving their first win over a Big 10 opponent (Penn State), first win over a top 10 ranked team (Louisville) and first BCS appearance. The Knights had a dominant offense, led by standout QB Blake Bortles and runningback Storm Johnson. They will face a tough Baylor team, who lights up the scoreboard with one of the best offenses in college football history. Regardless of the outcomes of both games, there is no doubt that FSU and UCF have made the state of Florida college football very proud this year. www.InTheBizMagazine.com
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If you are looking for a position in the hospitality industry, we are the place to post your information. Send us your information along with a head shot. Whether you are looking for a job as a bartender server, manager or any position. Send us up to a 40 word classified posting. We will put your information in the magazine. Please do not include your phone number. Send us your experience and any pertinent information about you, a typical ad will read: I am John Smith, I have been bartending for 15 years in south Florida. People find me very personable. Currently working and references are available upon request.. Name and E-mail address. Send your classified posting to firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a free service to InTheBiz® workers. ______________________________ Gaffers Pub is currently hiring bartenders, please apply in person 5759 S. University Dr. Davie, FL Flanigan’s Seafood Bar & Grill at 2460 WESTON ROAD, WESTON, FL., 33326, is currently accepting resumes as it seeks to hire a LEAD LINE COOK position at this location. This position is for those who will have promotion opportunities to become a future Kitchen Manager. We are seeking experienced HANDS-ON LEAD LINE COOK WITH LEADERSHIP SKILLS. Starting rate, 45-50 weekly hours, and Quarterly bonus are extremely competitive and based on the applicant’s ability. Flanigan’s also offers benefits that include health insurance, 401(k), paid vacations, and free meals. For more information, please visit us at www.flanigans.net Please apply in person, Monday thru Friday between 2pm -- 5pm. Managers will be available to conduct interviews Hourly Opportunities Now Available with Rainforest Cafe - Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise! Experienced servers, line cooks, retail sales associates, hosts/hostesses & bussers. We offer competitive pay, excellent health and dental benefits, paid vacation and super employee discounts! Don’t miss these great opportunities! Apply in person daily: Rainforest Cafe - Sawgrass Mills, 12801 W. Sunrise Blvd., Suite 315 Sunrise, FL 33323 Thasos Taverna, A modern Greek 44 44 •• ITB ITB •• January January 2014 2014
restaurant with a farm-to-table approach to cooking is seeking experienced staff members. Our food and beverage program showcases fresh seasonal ingredients and everything on our menus is made in-house. Line Cooks must have a minimum of two years fine restaurant experience. Bartender and Server candidates must have a minimum of two years fine dining experience, wine and food knowledge, a flexible schedule and polished appearance. Servers will be expected to attend food, wine, and service training sessions upon being hired. Sous Chefs and Line Cooks please email a detailed resume. Bartenders, Servers and Hostesses please email a detailed resume and recent photo for consideration info@thasostaverna. com Tarpon Bend Coral Gables CASTING CALL Monday through Thursday 3-5pm! Join our fun crew at Tarpon Bend... a very busy restaurant--- just check out our Friday Happy Hours! We are looking for team players who like working with people and enjoy providing good service even when it is hectic (BUSY)! You’ll grow with us... our 8th year on the mile... prior experience is good, but you’ll learn the new things at Tarpon in order to prosper! Stop in and apply in person Monday-Thursday 3-5 pm! 65 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables, FL 33134 Host and Busser Kitchenetta Both Host and Busser job is for a combination of lunch and dinner shifts. Apply in person 12pm to 3pm only at Kitchenetta Tuesday thru Sunday Only. 2850 North Federal Hwy Ft. Lauderdale. NO PHONE CALLS. (Nick’s Italian) Highly established restaurant seeking experienced food server. M/F. Must be familiar with all aspects of Serving. Year round employment. Salary negotiable, based on work ethics, level of proficiency and experience. Must Be Available for Week Ends. Nick’s Italian Restaurant 3496 N. Ocean Blvd. (A1A) Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33308 Call: (954) 868-7613. Bartender and Dishwasher/Barback Dishwasher/Bar-back: This is a duel position. Must be a motivated individual who is a team player. Must be able to work nights & weekends.
Some experience preferred. Bartender: Must have experience in both serving & bartending. Looking for an individual with high energy & a positive attitude. Must be a team player. Must work nights & weekends. Please have resume with work related references. We are a family owned and operated bar & grill. Please apply in person at The Cage Bar & Grill. 6870 Stirling Rd, Hollywood FL 33024. TheCageBar. com. Please no phone calls about this position. NOW HIRING EXPERIENCED COOKS (HOLLYWOOD, FL) Looking for experienced cooks full time position available. See franco after 1 pm on Thursday- Monday, 400 N Ocean Drive, Hollywood (954)923-2300. PLEASE BRING RESUME AND REFERENCES Experienced Cashiers and Servers (Pizza Time, Boca Raton) Looking for experienced servers and cashiers. Please come by, with a resume between the hours of 3pm4pm, Mon-Thurs. and fill out an application. 1001 S.W. 2nd Ave, Boca Raton. Please, NO PHONE CALLS! Kaos Ultra Lounge is currently hiring for all positions, stop by the club at 2724 E. Commercial Boulevard or call 954-975-8000 for more information. Experienced Bartenders only please. Dive Bar, Fort Lauderdale Beach, hiring for all positions. Stop by and fill out application at 3233 N. Ocean Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale Bahia Cabana is hiring Line Cooks for their very busy kitchen. Please call Steve at 954-524-1555 Lulu’s Bait Shack is hiring all positions. Please apply in person only to Lulu’s Beach Place, 17 S. Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard, Monday – Thursday 2-4 P.M. 2 years expreience required. InTheBiz Magazine is hiring qualified sales staff. Must have previous sales experience, know your way around town and have the ability to work evenings. Applicant must also have reliable transportation, working cell phone and be computer literate. High commissions, bonuses and spifs… Please forward resume to Contact@ itbnation.com Spanish Restaurant, located in Hollywood, is looking for hostess and
busser with experience. For Fridays and Saturdays, must speak Spanish. For more information call (954)9250050 Immediate position open Part time, wait staff/bartender (Seven Bridges at Springtree Golf Club). Experience necessary / Golf experience helpful Drug free work place Back round check. Apply at Seven Bridges Golf Club, 8150 Springtree Drive, Sunrise, Florida 33351. No phone calls, must apply in person at location. Great money for the right person! Experienced Pizza Maker, Hostess (Boynton Beach) Cafe Frankie’s is now accepting applications for: PIZZA MAKER- Must have experience, and be able to help out in other areas of the kitchen. We are a Small, Eclectic, Italian Restaurant with amazing food and tons of regulars! Apply in person! 640 E. Ocean Ave. Boynton Beach, Fl. 33435 Full-time Bartender needed!! Must have a good personality, be well spoken, like sports and be a team player!! Experience and local references required. Shifts are 10 p.m. -5 a.m. Must live in central Palm Beach County.This bar is located west of The downtown West Palm Beach Area. Call between 10 a.m.-8 p.m. 561-3102281 Bus Person/Prep Margate: Looking for a team player just opened. Please have some experience in the food business. If you are interested call Joe or Serena (561) 7022864 Chef/Cook needed Full-time for busy Irish Pub and Restaurant, Maguires Hill 16, 535 N. Andrews Ave. Fort Lauderdale. Apply in person only between 9am-12noon and 6pm-8pm. Mon to Sat. No phone calls please. !!!!WANTED!!! Cowboys Saloon NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS! Servers, Bartenders, Barbacks, Security, Kitchen, Shot girls, guest bartenders for Tuesdays and Thursdays, Take this opportunity to grow with our company. Please email your resume to info@ cowboys-saloon.com Place your classified ad here!!! Call 800-445-3719 or email email@example.com www.InTheBizMagazine.com www.InTheBizMagazine.com
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