April 24, 2014

Chris Sherman

Florida Trend Restaurant Editor • Chris Sherman

 
Chris Sherman

Florida Trend restaurant editor Chris Sherman stuck his finger into Key lime pie 20 years ago. He has eaten his way up down and across Florida, tucking into grits, datil peppers, and medianoche sandwiches as well as the dishes of our grandest chefs, young and old. Florida sets a big and constantly changing table, so when you find a great new restaurant or have a grand meal, let Chris know. Ditto for those dinners that don't match the hype. He can't be everywhere... although he'd like to be. Share your thoughts with Chris.

Articles by Sherman:

The Chef behind the change
Matthias Gervais, executive chef at the Setai Hotel on Miami Beach, talks with Chris Sherman about how a chef changes a hotel's menu.
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Wine bar hopping in Florida
California's vineyards are latecomers. Florida has had wine since the French Huguenots planted grapes here and made their own — call it First Wine in the First City.
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Naples' Persian
Boulevardiers who stroll past the Irish pubs, euro bistros, English tearooms and all-American ice cream and fudge shops this season in Naples will find that Fifth Avenue South takes a new turn.
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Chris Sherman chats about changes in chain restaurants
FloridaTrend restaurant editor Chris Sherman discusses the changes afoot for Florida's chain restaurants.
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Chris Sherman on trends at Florida restaurants
A video Q&A with Florida Trend's restaurant editor
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Chris Sherman on what makes a restaurant a
A video Q&A with Florida Trend's restaurant editor
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Cuisine Classwork
In their day jobs, the guests at the Sheraton Sand Key were sales executives for Davidoff of Geneva, experienced at marketing fine cigars and luxury goods.
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Digital Menus
Menus and wine lists are going digital across Florida at all levels of price and style...
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South American Tour
Once upon a time, dining on Latin American food in Florida meant Cuban and Mexican ... Today, the Latin table stretches all the way down the Southern Hemisphere.
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Nowhere else in the wine world do so few give so much with the speed and noise of the bidders at the Naples Winter Wine Fest. They did it again last weekend raising more than $8.5 million in six hours for thousands of at-risk children within 20 miles of 500 donors under an inflated white tent on the lawn of the Ritz-Carlton Golf Resort.
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