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6 Hospitality Beach Bash Huge Success 9 Cover Model: Kristin Marques 11 Cover Model: Rachel Dora Jagendorf 14 Art & Entertainment 20 Business Spotlight: Sticks & Stones 24 Do You Know Where Your Favorite Bartender is? 37 Chef Of The Month: Cowboys Saloon 41 Live and Loud Spotlight 44 Classifieds 45 Drink Recipes Of The Month 46 Discounts about the cover Models: Kristin & Rachel Location: Cowboys Saloon Photographer: Staff Photographer PUBLISHER Carey Suissa EDITOR Starlet Anne SPORTS writer Allen Levin GRAPHIC DESIGNERS Eduardo Passere and Fabio Passere InTheBiz® Magazine is printed on recycled paper. We currently print and circulate to hundreds of bars, restaurants, hotels, nightclubs and various other retail locations across South Florida. InTheBiz® Magazine is also available to read online at www.itbnation.com. InTheBiz® Magazine, the Tri-County’s only magazine dedicated to the service industry, is published during the first week of each month by PGE. Submissions of manuscripts, photos and artwork are encouraged. PGE accepts no responsibility for lost, misdirected or damaged mail. InTheBiz® is a registered Trademark of Party Girl Enterprises. Copyright 2012 by PGE. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without written permission is prohibited. Views expressed herein are those of the author exclusively.

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Hospitality Beach Bash 2013 was a big success By Starlet Anne Contributing Writer

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he 13th Annual Hospitality Beach Bash was like none in the past several years; the attendees were all InTheBiz®. Over the last several years, this bash was not what the founders had planned. The event had turned into just a party with no real purpose. Not this year! Mike Atwell, Food and Beverage Manager of PostCard Inn, wanted to change the perception of this 13-year-old

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event and turn it back into what the original hosts intended. He hosted this great event with the help of his wonderful staff. Atwell made sure of that. Bar owners, bartenders, cocktail servers and others InTheBiz® were among their peers from all over South Florida to enjoy the bash. It was truly what it was originally designed to be- a way for the industry personnel to unwind after a tough season of dealing with tourists, an opportunity to test some new types of liquor brands being offered to the industry by major and local

companies and to enjoy some fun and games. Mike Atwell wanted to make sure that this is what they would get. The 2nd Annual Bar Lympics was a huge success with events, such as volleyball, corn hole, beer pong and ladder ball. The teams from Tijuana Taxi and Paddy’s were the winners of the volleyball competition. The Beer Pong tournament was so much fun, thanks to the group from Gold Coast Distributing for donating Beck’s Sapphire beer for this competition. As usual the bikini contest was one of the best parts of the two-day event. Girls from all over South Florida were showing off their awesome bodies for the chance to win their share of $1,500 in cash prizes. In the end, Amelia from Lulu’s Bait Shack, Beach Place was the winner of the grand prize. Rob Husted and his team from FlairBar. com hosted the annual flair competition. Flair Bartenders come from all over the country to enter this much anticipated competition and win cash! With bottles flying through the air, they competed in several events from carefully and quickly twirling and throwing bottles to creating tasty drinks with the liquor and mixers provided. This year, Big 105.9 was a huge part of the event. The Emcee’s and DJ’s did a great job of keeping everyone entertained and dancing throughout the days and nights. www.InTheBizMagazine.com


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COVER MODEL

Kristin Where do you work? Cowboys Saloon, Voted #1 Night Club in South Florida Where are you from originally? Sunny South Florida

How long have you been InTheBiz®? About 5 years now

What do you like best about Bartending / Serving? The best part of being in this business is meeting all different kinds of people and not working a lot of hours so I can spend time with my son. Why did you choose to become a bartender/server? I needed money and my best friend was a bartender at a bar that her husband owned, so they gave me the opportunity to work there, once I got started I was hooked. What is the most ordered drink? Jack! Bud

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Light! Fireball!

What is your favorite drink to make? Shots for me :) What is the worst pick up line you ever heard? Is there a mirror in your pocket? Because, I can see myself in your pants. What can you share with new bartenders/server to make the most in tips? Be personable and have fun! What would you do to improve your work environment? I would love it if we had water guns to squirt at people that piss me off!

expand to other States and maybe even other Countries

What would you like to see InTheBiz® Magazine implement? To become BIG! To

Come party with me at Cowboys Saloon! In the Rock Bar every Wednesday and Friday!

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COVER MODEL

Rachel

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Where do you work? Cowboys Saloon Where are you from originally? Cooper City Florida How long have you been InTheBiz®? 2 years What do you like best about bartending/ Serving? Bartending is a fun way to make money; I get to party and work all at the same time! I’ve always been known as a little social butterfly, and a party girl. My favorite part is definitely meeting new people and learning about their interests and favorite drinks! Why did you choose to become a bartender/ server? I chose to become a bartender when I applied for college. My mom always told me bartending is a temporary job that I would succeed at while in school. She literally forced me to go to Bartending School the day I turned 18. Starting at Hooters, serving people encouraged me to apply as a bartender! Ever

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since then I’ve been hooked! Making up shots and naming them what I want makes the job fun and exciting! Bartending has changed my life in so many ways. I guess Mothers are always right! What is the most ordered drink? The most ordered drink is FIREBALL. Country boys are the hottest! What is your favorite drink to make? My favorite drink to make is a dirty martini… because, why not ;) What is the worst pick up line you ever heard? I heard your name is Rachel DORA… Can I explore ya? What can you share with new bartenders/ server to make the most in tips? Always be personable! I am always smiling, acting like my bubbly self! I treat every person who sits at my bar equally and show attention to every

guest from the second they sit until they leave. You just have to have a fun time with it!!! It’s all about loving what you do, that rubs off on to people! What would you do to improve your work environment? Nothing needs to be changed… It’s Cowboys Saloon! What would you like to see InTheBiz® Magazine implement? I would like to see it go nationwide!!!

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Art & Ente

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he month of June is sure to heat up with a summer full of fun, sand, concerts, and events in South Florida.

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South Florida offers so many restaurants, bars, nightclubs and events that you won’t have to leave town to feel like you are on vacation. For the InTheBiz® crowd it is the end of tourist season, what better way to celebrate than the biggest ITB End of Season bash in town. June will kick off with the 10th Annual End of Season Bash at Bahia Cabana in Fort Lauderdale. From Sunday, June 2 through Tuesday, June 4th, hospitality employees and guests are invited to the biggest party of the year! The event will feature plenty of overflowing drink specials, food, vendors, giveaways and, of course, the ever popular bikini and belly flop contests and much more. The party kicks off on Sunday, June 2nd at 6 pm with Bahia Cabana All Star Band, plus no cover and 40 percent off the entire check all night for hospitality employees. On Monday, June 3rd, for only $20 you will get a t-shirt, (for the first 1,000 people), free drinks at all the hospitality tents from Noon to 3 pm, a free BBQ buffet at 5 pm, live music from DJ-JAYR and DJ-REFLEX. There will be plenty more activities and fun on Tuesday, June 4th. Once again, for only $20, you will get free drinks at the hospitality tents from Noon to 3 pm, and a free BBQ buffet at 7pm. Hang out and enjoy the world class flair bartending competition, hosted by Barflair.com and sponsored by Absolute and Midori with the winner taking home the grand prize of $1,000. Bahia Cabana is located at 3001 Harbor Drive, Fort Lauderdale. For more information, call 954-524-1555. Bamboo Beach will once again host their annual Industry Appreciation Party and Volleyball Tournament on June 10th. Register your team to win a penthouse stay, (6 players, 3 males, 3 females). You must register your ITB team prior to June 10th. Bamboo Beach Club & Tiki Bar is located at 4040 Galt Ocean Drive, Fort Lauder-

dale. Call 954-566-7500 to register. Mark your calendars for Tuesday, June 11th! Cheetah Gentlemen’s Club will be hosting a Hospitality Bash for concierges, taxi drivers, limo drivers, bus drivers, private drivers, valet attendants, and selected hospitality industry professionals. Meet and greet is from 7 to 11 pm with an open bar. The event will be catered by renowned Crystal Ball Caterers from 8 to 10 pm. Cheetah Gentlemen’s Club is located at 100 Ansin Blvd., Hallandale Beach. For more information and to RSVP, call Christy Vittitow at 954-455-2131. On Sunday, June 16th, don’t forget to spend time with your father. Many local restaurants and sports bars will be offering drink and food specials for dad this Father’s Day. In The Biz® Magazine will be hosting an InTheBiz® party at The Dubliner Fort Lauderdale, Tuesday, June 18th. They will be offering great drink and food specials all night. The party starts at 10 pm and continues into the night. The Dubliner is located at 210 SW 2nd Street in downtown Fort Lauderdale. While enjoying the beach, be sure to check out one of your local beach bars for drink specials and more. Bars all around town, will be cooling down beach goers with lots of shots, beer buckets, and tropical cocktails. The music scene will also be heating up! The BB&T Center will be rockin’ with plenty of favorite artists. On June 7th, WWE Live with WWE Champion John Cena will make an exclusive stop at the BB&T Center at 7:30 pm. The next day, on June 8th, Fleetwood Mac will pump up the crowd, starting at 8 pm. On June 13th at 7:30 pm, One Direction will draw a bunch of screaming fans to the arena. Many fans are excited about the highly anticipated return of their favorite boy bands, New Kids on the Block, 98 Degrees, and Boyz II Men, they will take the stage on June 22nd. The Cruzan Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach will also pack the house with some great acts coming this month. Country music lovers will be two stepping to the sounds of Rascal Flatts with The Band Perry. On June 17, check out the Heartbreaker Tour: Heart www.InTheBizMagazine.com


ertainment with Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Experience. Bob Dylan, Wilco, My Morning Jacket, and Bob Weir are performing on June 26th. Hard Rock Live will also have a packed musical calendar with Dwight Yoakam on June 12th and Juanes on June 27th. Journey will be back for a two-night show on June 28 and June 29 with favorite hits, such as Don’t Stop Believin’ and Any Way You Want It. The Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale will offer an eclectic musical calendar starting with The Tallest Man on Earth on June 12, Cannibal Corpse on June 13, The Neighbourhood on June 14, Donavon Frankenreiter on June 15, Papadosio on June 21, The Mountain Goats on June 24, and Mike Pinto Band on June 29. Plenty of action, laughs and love will also hit the big screen in June. The highly anticipated action flick, Man of Steel, will hit theatres on June 14. Your favorite superhero, Superman, Clark Kent and Lois Lane are back! From Warner Bros. Pictures and Legendary Pictures comes “Man of Steel,” starring Henry Cavill in the role of Clark Kent/Superman, under the direction of Zack Snyder (“300,””Watchmen”). The film also stars Amy Adams as Daily Planet journalist Lois Lane, and Laurence Fishburne as her editor-in-chief, Perry White. Starring as Clark Kent’s adoptive parents, Martha and Jonathan Kent, are Diane Lane and Kevin Costner. Squaring off against the superhero are

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two other surviving Kryptonians, the villainous General Zod, played by Michael Shannon, and Faora, Zod’s evil partner, played by Antje Traue. Also from Superman’s native Krypton are Lara Lor-Van, Superman’s mother, played by Ayelet Zurer, and Superman’s father, Jor-El, portrayed by Russell Crowe. This is sure to be a superhero movie you won’t want to miss! Will Smith is back on the big screen with After Earth. People were forced to leave Earth a millennium ago to establish a new home on Nova Prime. Now, Gen. Cypher Raige (Will Smith) heads Nova Prime’s most-prominent family. Cypher’s teenage son, Kitai (Jaden Smith), feels enormous pressure to follow in his father’s legendary footsteps -- which strains their relationship. Cypher and Kitai set out on a trip to mend their

bond, but when their craft crashes on Earth’s hostile surface, each must trust the other greatly -- or perish. If you like magic, check out Now You See Me. The film pits an elite FBI squad in a game of cat and mouse against “The Four Horsemen”, a super-team of the world’s greatest illusionists. “The Four Horsemen” pull off a series of daring heists against corrupt business leaders during their performances, showering the stolen profits on their audiences while staying one step ahead of the law. Next month will also kick off with Fourth of July celebrations and a spectacular fireworks display on Fort Lauderdale Beach! Enjoy your summer and check out one of these many fun filled events!

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Business Spotlight

Sticks and Stones Fishing Charters

‘Fishing fun for families and extreme fishing enthusiasts’ By Starlet Anne Contributing Writer

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elcome Aboard Sticks and Stones Fishing Charters- where you will catch the ultimate fishing experience! Conveniently located in Pompano Beach at the Hillsboro Inlet Marina, Sticks and Stones Fishing Charters offers the most diverse fishing trip that you will ever experience. Whether you are looking for a full day of exciting deep sea fishing or just a half day, your experience on board will provide you the thrill of a lifetime. If you are a local or vacationing in sunny South Florida, Sticks and Stones Fishing Charters will make your day on the water a fun filled fishing adventure to remember. Beginning anglers or experienced fishermen can impress their friends and family by reeling in that big fish you always dreamed of catching. You will feel right at home aboard this luxurious 46’ Post Sport fish boat, complete with a fully air conditioned cabin, live satellite TV inside, beautifully decorated, and two full showers. Their luxurious yet comfortable boat and Captain Ed Marshburn, who has many years of experience in the marine industry, is what truly sets them apart from the rest of the fishing boats in the area. 20 • ITB • June 2013

You can sit along with Captain Ed in a shaded cover as he takes you to all the best fishing locations, which he personally maps out each day to find the best fish. Need to take a break after reeling in the fish, relax inside and watch the game on our satellite feed televisions. Never miss the action, inside or outside! Snacks and soda are all provided. You might say Captain Ed was born to fish and to help others enjoy a memorable time on the water with friends. After fishing for over 21 years and working in the marine industry, Captain Ed was determined to pursue his lifelong dream of owning a fishing charter. There is no Captain that will do more to make your fishing trip the best ever than Captain Ed. Come aboard Sticks and Stones Fishing Charter today for a 4, 6 or 8-hour fishing trip for sport or bottom fishing. They offer private charters for 6 passengers or less and will supply the rod, reel, bait and tackle. They only use top of the line equipment, accurate and avid reels and custom rods. Catch Mahi Mahi, sailfish, king fish and more! Sticks and Stones Fishing Charter will also mount your big catch! “We do it all. We have taken many people out, including families who have never fished before to people who have been fishing their whole life. You will be fishing in about 10 minutes from the time

we leave the dock,” said Captain Ed. Fishers of all levels and ages, from 6-year-old children to 80 year olds, have fished with the help of Captain Ed. For the beginner fishers, he will help them put the baits out and explain all the ins and outs of fishing. “I love fishing. Being able to take somebody out on the water that has never caught a fish before or taking people to enjoy their vacation or their day on the water, is a rewarding experience. I enjoy helping other people enjoy their time,” said Captain Ed, adding, “I have always fished as a kid, then I worked on a party boat in Pompano Beach, and the rest is history.” Captain Ed makes sure that each of his sea mates have a fishing trip to remember! “This is something people actually remember. They will never forget this experience. There will be stories that they will be telling for the rest of their lives! In The Biz employees will get 20 percent off all day, every day! Stop by Sticks and Stones Fishing Charter today at 2705 N. Riverside Drive, Pompano Beach FL 33064. Book your day out at sea now by calling 954228-5675. You can also visit their website for more information at www.sticksandstonesfishing.com. www.InTheBizMagazine.com


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South Florida Icon Celebrates in Style By Josie Vargas Contributing Writer

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or over 20 years the name B. Love has been synonymous with the biggest and wildest parties in South Florida’s History. Brian Saraceno aka B. Love has owned or operated some of the biggest & best nightspots since the early nineties. The Original Club Boca, Club Asia, B Bar, Aqua Lounge, then off to Atlanta to be the GM of The World Famous Gold Club (which became the #1 adult entertainment club in the country) Then to South Carolina to open the 30,000 sq. ft. Emerald City and back to open Emerald City in Ft. Lauderdale all the while, unbeknownst to most people B. Love’s voice was a South Florida Staple. There’s no doubt that you’ve heard it before. His voice has been on every radio station in South Florida screaming car commercials for Kendal Toyota Lincoln Mercury. B. Love was the national voice for Mitsubishi as well as legendary spots for Purgatory, (where a huge number of Top DJ’s got their start) Cool World (where he was instrumental in bringing Hip Hop to the fore front in South Florida) B. Love, along with his marketing company, Dreamflex Marketing, revived over 50 businesses around the country but he still calls South Florida his home. He has produced over 300 concerts over

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the years with names including James Brown, Ray Charles, Run DMC, Kool & the Gang, Prodigy, Marilyn Manson and so many more. Seems like every time someone says he’s getting to old for the business he re-invents himself. In 2010 the partners at Capone’s Nightclub had given up on the project and asked him to see if it still had a chance to be what it once was. After ripping down the “For Sale” signs, he interjected a relentless marketing plan fueled by an amazing staff and brought Capone’s not only back to life but made it a force to be reckoned with in South Florida. In 2011 he was inducted into the InTheBiz® Hall of Fame and was once more the driving force behind one of South Florida’s hottest clubs. B. Love continues to surprise and delight us with his over the top promotions. He hosts “The Chocolate Party”, “Little Black Dress”, and most recently “Turning Japanese”. If you haven’t partied with Brian here’s your chance. Friday Night June 14th beginning at 9pm the craziest party of the year is on! This year “B. Love’s Birthday Bash” is called ‘The Ice Party” A Diamonds and Ice Extravaganza which you don’t want to miss. Come out to Capone’s and say Happy Birthday to a true South Florida Icon. B. Love always has a big smile for you whenever you go to Capone’s and they love to celebrate your graduations, engagements and birthdays, hence the

name B. Love. We all hope he stays in the businesses for a long time. He’s certainly one of a kind! Capone’s is located at 310 SW 2nd Street, Downtown Fort Lauderdale.

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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

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

Play By Play • 440 S. Cypress Road Pompano Beach • 954-946-7908

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

Cheers • 941 E. Cypress Creek Road Oakland Park • 954-771-6337

J’s Bar • 2780 Davie Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale • 954-581-8400

Sports Den at Manor Lanes • 1517 Northeast 26th St. Wilton Manors • 954-566-7457

Trotter Inn • 2471 E. Commercial Blvd. Fort Lauderdale • 954-788-4801

Flip Flops Dockside Eatery • 3051 NE 32nd Ave. Fort Lauderdale • 954-567-1672

Wiley Street Pub • 1819 Wiley St. - Hollywood • 954-921-9459

Marsha’s Pub • 358 South State Road 7 - Margate • 954-969-9779

Studio Karaoke Club • 1801 Collins Ave, Miami, FL • 305-695-1770

Sandbar Fort Lauderdale • 900 Sunrise Lane, Fort Lauderdale • 954-990-7578

Green Room • 100 SW 3rd Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL • 954-727-0950

Village Well • 1023 SE 17th St. Fort Lauderdale • 954-524-2531

Gerri’s Sports Pub • 6500 W. Atlantic Blvd., Fort Lauderdale, FL • 954-972-6266

Singers Karaoke • 3521 NW Eighth Ave. Pompano Beach • 954785-1945

MUGSHOTS BAR & GRILL OF MARGATE • 1049 N. STATE RD 7, Margate • 954-974-4420

Smarty Pants • 2400 E. Oakland Park Blvd. Fort Lauderdale • 954561-1724

Slackers Bar & Grill • 995 State Road 84, Fort Lauderdale, FL • 954-530-4758

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

Automatic Slims South Beach • 1216 Washington Ave, Miami, FL • 305-672-2220 7 Seas Bar • 2200 SW 57 Ave, Miami, FL • 305-266-6071

Atlantique Cafe • 777 E Atlantic Avenue Suite c-8, Delray Beach • 561-272-1170

All Shows are subject to change, Please contact the location for times and dates. To list your location please email Karaoke@itbnation.com

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Chef of the Month

Mike Walton

Director of Operations and Culinary Director at

Cowboys Saloon By Starlet Anne Contributing Writer

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ike Walton can cook up a mean rib eye and create culinary favorites that delight your taste buds. All this and more can be found on the menu at Cowboys Saloon, which offers dinner and late night meals Wednesday through Saturday. Besides being known for line dancing, good country music and bull riding, many come to Cowboys Saloon for a good hearty home cooked meal. Walton makes the best food and small bites around town thanks to many years of experience in the kitchen and working as a chef for various restaurants. He makes sure every dish is unique and offers a culinary twist. Stop in for delicious appetizers or dinner

starting at 6pm nightly and try one of Chef Walton’s signature dishes, such as the hand battered corn nuggets, alligator bites, boneless wings dipped in one of their mouthwatering sauces, or their famous rodeo nachos. If you are really hungry, try their finger licking ribs, Black Angus mini burgers, rib eye or New York strip. Their fish tacos, steak and chicken kabobs, a juicy brie burger, homemade ceviche and tater tots are also favorites. Sweet tooth lovers will enjoy their fried oreos, molten chocolate lava cake and much more. You can eat in the main dining room or grab a seat at one of the barrels by the bar. If you’re hungry later on, Cowboys has a late night menu with small bite portions from 11 till 2 am for only $5. Some of the items include fried mozzarella and mini corn dogs. “I have been in the business for over 24 years. I started as a chef and began moving

Cowboys Saloon is located at 1805 South University, Davie. For more information, call 954-476-0063. Visit their website at www. cowboysdavie.com look for their current and catering menus! Also check out their Facebook page at Facebook.com/cowboyssaloon.

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up and running different companies. I have a passion for food and am a big fan of great crisp good tasting food and being creative with the flavors,” said Walton. “Cowboys is somewhere you can go to have a grab a bite with family and great tasting food for a great value,” added Walton. Come in for tasty food and entertainment. Happy hour is from 6 pm to 8 pm. Stay tuned for all you can eat fish and chips and ribs nights. Also, ITB® specials are 25 percent off your entire tab all day every day! Cowboys also offers catering and line dancing classes.

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Scott Storch

Hip-hop Super Producer, Scott Storch, Discusses New Projects, New Management, and the New Love of His Life

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by Kelly Voice Contributing Writer

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he waiting game is over. Scott Storch’s two year hiatus from mainstream music has come to an end, and his fans couldn’t be happier. Scott’s focus over the past two years has been dedicated to getting healthy, and reconnecting with the industry he once reigned over. Scott Storch, the hip-hop super producer is back, and better than ever, discussing his new projects, new management, and reconnecting with the love of his life, music. Scott Storch is best known for producing the industry’s most influential beats, and collaborating with artists such as; Dr. Dre, Fat Joe, Beyonce, Lil Wayne, Chris Brown, 50 Cent, Eve, Lil Kim, and many more. Storch has an undeniable reputation as a hit-maker within the industry, and his new focus in life has this producer back on top, and in-demand. “It feels good to be back in the studio, I feel at home here.” says Scott Storch about his long hours in the studio. “I am working on some new exciting projects, some I can talk about, and others I can’t mention just yet.” Storch did mentioned he is currently working with some of Hip-Hop’s biggest acts, including 2 Chainz and French Montana. Storch said he will be announcing his other current collaborations in the very near future. What sparked Storchs’ new-found way of life and focus? He says his new management has had a positive effect on the producers work ethic, as well as his overall drive for creativity. “My new management, Storch Music Group, has been absolutely effortless. My team always has my best interests in mind, and they are extremely honest with me. My past management would tell me what I wanted to hear, whereas SMG [Storch Music Group], gives it to me straight, and keeps me grounded.” Storch goes on to menwww.InTheBizMagazine.com

tion that throughout this process, he has fallen back in love with music, and feels the passion and intense drive to get back into the industry. “Once I fell back in love with music, the [music] industry started approaching me again, and now we’re working on a lot of exciting projects again.” Scott’s management said he’s in the studio nonstop, with a lot of popular artists. Fans can expect to hear Scott Storch’s new music and collaborations very soon. Welcome to the new STORCH MUSIC GROUP About Scott Storch Before Storch Music Group, the popular producer began his career in the 1990’s as an 18 year old keyboardist for the Roots. The young Storch quickly rose to the top, as one of hip-hops best keyboardists. After being discovered, and managed by Derek “LA” Jackson, Storch’s career

skyrocketed. Connecting with Dr. Dre in 1999 to lay down the keyboard riff that anchored Dre’s comeback single “Still D.R.E.” featuring Snoop Dogg, put Storch’s career on a fast track. He coproduced the single “X” by Xzibit and 3 Snoop Dogg tracks to cement his reputation as a talented young producer. Dr. Dre has said “Scott is the only producer to co-write with me that went on, without me, to become great.” Storch believes there are four elements necessary to create a hit; realness, simplicity, catchy hook and bounce. Scott Storch has produced and co-written hundreds of hits over the span of his career, and the number continues to grow. You can keep up with Scott Storch at www.StorchMusic.com. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Kelly Voice, 561-809-8897, Kellyv4u2c@gmail.com Www.kellyvoice.com June 2013 • ITB • 41


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SPORTS

Chris Bosh the Key to the Miami Heat’s Deep Playoff Run By Allen Levin Sports Editor

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he Miami Heat are in the midst of their third consecutive deep postseason run. As of the writing of this article, they are up 1-0 against the Indiana Pacers in the Eastern Conference finals. The Heat need seven more wins to hoist their second consecutive championship trophy, but this year’s run is certainly different than last year’s title season. This year, the Miami Heat have a healthy Chris Bosh. As you likely recall, Bosh went down in Game 1 of the second round of the playoffs last year against this same Indiana team. He missed nine crucial games, and the Heat went just 5-4 in his absence. The Heat needed heroic performances from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade just to survive. It became obvious what head coach Erik Spoelstra had been saying for so long: Bosh is the Heat’s most important player. That statement will continue to prove true for as long as the Heat’s run continues

this year. That is because of the three other remaining teams, all of them have traditional, dominant big men. Having a big-time paint presence on the defensive side of the ball has been somewhat of an Achilles heel for Miami since the Big Three era started. However, that is where Bosh will be the key. Bosh is not your traditional big man, but he has the advantage of being so versatile and athletic that he limits the effectiveness of opposing, traditional big men. Bosh has excellent range for a near 7-footer, being able to knock down the three-point ball on occasion and is absolutely lethal from just inside the arc. He has great finesse, is quick on his feet and also boasts some solid post moves. More importantly, he can draw big defenders like Roy Hibbert, Marc Gasol or Tim Duncan away from the basket to allow driving lanes to open up for James and Wade. That will become crucial as the Heat continue their series against Indiana or play the Grizzlies/Spurs if they advance to the NBA Finals. So, as long as Bosh stays healthy, look for

the forgotten member of the Big Three to be the key to another Larry O’Brien trophy for the Heat.

Florida Panthers Look to Rebound After Disappointing Season

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here was a lot of excitement going into the 2013 NHL season for Florida Panthers fans. The team had just come off its first playoff appearance and division title in over a decade. They had a solid set of players in place and seemed poised for another run at the division crown. However, a rash of devastating injuries and underperformances from key players led to a last-place finish in this lockout-shortened season. The Panthers finished with a league worst 36 points and a 15-27-6 record. Despite the disappointment, there were some positive signs for the future for this young Panthers team. The promising play of goalie Jacob Markwww.InTheBizMagazine.com

strom and Calder-caliber performance of Jonathan Huberdeauprovided a silver lining to the rain cloud of a year. Markstrom took over for veteran Jose Theodore midseason and looked encouraging, posting 3.22 Goals Against Average and an 8-14 record. The rookie Huberdeau was second on the team in points with 31, to go along with 14 goals. In addition, the Panthers have the second overall pick in the 2013 NHL draft, meaning they have an opportunity to land some prized talent. There has been talk that the Panthers are coveting superstar centerman Nathan Mackinnon, who has surefire potential to be a legitimate first line centerman. Mackinnon’s combination of elite skating ability, pure speed

and a scoring touch gives Florida the offensive punch they need and star on a roster that needs one. With an up and coming goalie in place, promising prospect in Markstrom, a solid veteran in Tomas Fleischmann and the No. 2 overall draft pick, the future is looking bright for the Florida Panthers. June 2013 • ITB • 43


We are currently hiring bartenders with craft beer experience, line cooks, wait staff and a delivery person at Mr. Bistro. Please apply in person at 4933 North University Drive, Lauderhill or send your resume to yourcityygrocery@ yahoo.com Line Cooks needed for New Upscale Seafood Restaurant! Come join the newest restaurant on Las Olas! Wild Sea Oyster Bar & Grille features sustainable and organic seafood. We are currently hiring Line Cooks with extensive seafood experience. Interested applicants may apply online at www. riversidehotel.com or email their resume to hrdept@riversidehotel. com. Servers & Line Cook The newest and hippest Mexican Restaurant offering casual dining in Boca Raton now looking for exceptional servers (with 2-3 years experience) and experienced line cook. Please apply at 133 SE Mizner Blvd - Royal Palm Plaza - Boca Raton No Phone Calls!! Mexican restaurant on the beach - Immediate Interviews Now Available! Serious inquires only! Experienced cooks, servers, bussers and dishwashers. Applicants must have previous experience. Weekends and holidays are required. We offer competitive pay and super employee discounts! Don’t miss these great opportunities! Immediate Interviews Now Available! Bring your resume. We check backgrounds. Apply in person daily!!!! 334 Arizona Street, Hollywood HIRING EXPERIENCED SERVERS (Salt Life Food Shack Coral Springs) Looking for qualified experienced servers. Please apply in person only at 2660 North University Drive Coral Springs. We are located at the South end of The Walk shopping plaza. Yard House Hallandale is Hiring! Talented Sauté and Grill Line Cook Superstars! Top Pay and Benefits! 2+ years of High Volume Expe44 44 •• ITB ITB •• June June 2013 2013

rience in a similar concept required PM and Weekend Availability a MUST!! Apply In Person Monday -- Thursday 3:00pm-5:00 pm The Village at Gulfstream Park 601 Silks Run, Suite 1490 - Hallandale Beach

Basic knowledge of how to present, open and pour wine. Able to work all shifts including nights and weekends.Open for lunch and dinner. APPLY IN PERSON 11am to 10 pm 2022 Hollywood Blvd

Rainforest Cafe - Seeking hosts, bussers, cooks, servers! (Sawgrass Mills-Sunrise) Immediate Interviews Now Available experienced hosts/ hostesses, bussers, cooks & servers. Applicants must have previous experience. Weekends and holidays are required. Applicant Must be available for one week of training. We offer competitive pay, excellent health and dental benefits, paid vacation and super employee discounts! Apply in person daily Rainforest Cafe - Sawgrass Mills 12801 W. Sunrise Blvd., Suite 315, Sunrise

We are looking for the best staff in the business, bartenders, bar backs, servers, greeters, kitchen, promoters, entertainment...... starting at 1:00 pm every day until we open. Come by and let’s talk. 2871 E. Commercial Blvd, Fort Lauderdale Call 954-533-6092

Managers Needed Yolo Restaurant, Vibe Las Olas and Tarpon Bend are all looking for managers. Our company is growing and we need experienced managers to help us expand our concepts. Please send your resume to sfloridarestaurants@gmail.com Bartender in Pompano Beach Will train to tend bar. Outgoing personality bikini / lingerie / corset / booty shorts / sexy top attire sports bar/ smoking bar, shifts are afternoon 11:00am-7:30pm and evening 7:30pm-2:00am shifts available both earn about same money please call only between 11:00am and 6:00pm (954) 973-0001 SERVERS, BARTENDERS, Fine dining restaurant is seeking experienced servers &bartenders. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to: Presenting menu items, specials, and wines in a professional manner, entering orders into a POS system for kitchen staff, firing and serving food and beverages in a timely fashion, Assisting in maintaining a well-kept dining room prior to, during, and after service. Customer service oriented person with a minimum of five (5) years experience in an upscale food establishment.

WORLD FAMOUS GILLEY’S COUNTRY ROCK SALOON is opening its newest location in Florida at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and is casting for motivated and experienced individuals to join our team. This is your opportunity to join a friendly and fun Country Rock themed environment. Now casting all positions: Gilley’s Girls & Guys, Bartenders, Bar Backs, Cocktail Servers, Shooter Girls, Security Hosts, Shift Managers, V.I.P. Host & Hostess, Disc Jockey (Audio & Video Experienced) and Porters. Experience in the nightlife/beverage industry is required. NO WALK-INS or PHONE CALLS PLEASE. Email your resume to: gilleysflorida@gmail.com, or mail to: Gilley’s Florida - Seminole Paradise - 5739 Seminole Way - Hollywood, FL 33314 Delivery Drivers Needed (Fort Lauderdale/Pompano) DeliveryRobot.com is hiring delivery drivers! Delivery Robot is a multi-restaurant delivery company delivering in Fort Lauderdale and Pompano areas. Check out our website to learn more about the company. Requirements: Valid driver’s license, Automobile with up to date registration and insurance, Previous delivery driving experience is not required. To apply go to: www.deliveryrobot. com/apply Host/Hostess/Servers/Bartenders (Lauderdale-By-The-Sea) Aruba Beach Cafe - One Happy Restaurant-Now hiring Host/Host-

ess-Must be friendly, outgoing, Day and Evening Shifts Servers and Bartenders must have exp. with good track record apply in person Monday- Friday 9:30am to 6:00pm One Commercial Blvd Lauderdale by the Sea FL on the ocean 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. BARTENDERS, SERVERS needed for our “Award Winning” Holiday Inn. We also are looking for Guest Service Reps, Van Drivers (CDL License), Night Auditors. Please come into the hotel and apply in person for positions. The address is 2905 Sheridan St. in Hollywood. We are on the West side of I-95 and Sheridan St. exit 21. 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 Place your classified ad here!!! Call 800-445-3719 or email classifieds@itbnation.com www.InTheBizMagazine.com www.InTheBizMagazine.com


Drink Recipes of the month Michelada

1/4 teaspoon piquin pepper 1/4 teaspoon salsa picante 1 tablespoon freshly squeezed lime juice 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 (12-ounce) can Mexican lager, chilled Garnish: lime wedge In tall beer glass, stir together pepper sauce, salsa, lime juice, salt, and lager. Garnish with lime and serve immediately.

Aviation

2 tablespoons (1 ounce) fresh lemon juice 1/4 cup (2 ounces) gin 1 tablespoon (1/2 ounce) Maraska maraschino liqueur 1/4 teaspoon simple syrup 1 cup ice cubes Garnish with homemade maraschino cherry (see note, below) or pitted fresh cherry In cocktail shaker, combine lemon juice, gin, maraschino liqueur, and simple syrup. Add ice and shake vigorously for 20 seconds. Strain into chilled coupe glass and drop in cherry. Bartender’s note: To make homemade maraschino cherries: Fill a mason jar or sealable crock with pitted Bing cherries, add Maraska maraschino liqueur to cover, seal the jar, and let stand at least 3 months and up to 1 year.

French 75

1 lemon 3 tablespoons (1 1/2 ounces) gin 1 1/2 tablespoons (3/4 ounce) fresh lemon juice 1 tablespoon (1/2 ounce) simple syrup 1 cup ice cubes 1/4 cup (2 ounces) dry sparkling wine, such as brut Champagne, chilled Using zester or paring knife, slice peel from lemon in long, thin spiral. Reserve lemon for another use and set peel aside. In cocktail shaker, combine gin, lemon juice, and simple syrup. Add ice and shake vigorously for 20 seconds. Strain into chilled Champagne flute and top with sparkling wine. Curl lemon peel around finger to create twist at least 6 inches long. Garnish drink with twist and serve immediately.

Sidecar

2 tablespoons superfine sugar 1 lemon wedge 3 tablespoons (1 1/2 ounces) Cognac 2 tablespoons (1 ounce) Cointreau or other Triple Sec orange liqueur 1 tablespoon (1/2 ounce) fresh lemon juice 1 cup ice Spread superfine sugar on small plate. Rub lemon wedge halfway around rim of chilled martini or coupe glass. Dip moistened side of glass in sugar to lightly coat outside rim of glass. Set aside. In cocktail shaker, combine Cognac, Cointreau, and lemon juice. Add ice and shake vigorously until well chilled, about 30 seconds. Strain into prepared martini or coupe glass and serve. www.InTheBizMagazine.com

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Hospitality Bash CONCIERGES, TAXI DRIVERS, LIMO DRIVERS, BUS DRIVERS, PRIVATE DRIVERS, VALET ATTENDANTS, AND SELECTED HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS

Tuesday June 11, 2013 Meet and Greet

7:00 pm - 11:00pm Open Bar 7:00 pm - 11:00pm Catered by Renowned Crystal Bay Caterers 8:00 pm - 10:00pm Cheetah Hallandale Beach, AP Envite Toute Chofe, Taxi, Limo, Bis, Chofe Prive, Vale Atandan, Indistri Pwofesyonel, Nan Yon Konsej. K ap Madi 11 Jen 2013 A. 7PM – 11PM AP genyen AK 8PM – 10PM- Manje AK Bwe Gr atis - Joe and Rick Rodriguez

By invitation Only

For more info call Christy Vittitow 954-455-2131 100 Ansin Blvd. Hallandale Beach Open 7 days 11:30am-6am www.cheetahsofl.com

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