The Mai-Kai restaurant in Fort Lauderdale which is popular for its Polynesian music and dance shows has been targeted for foreclosure. Thrivent Financial for Lutherans a nonprofit financial institution for Christians filed a foreclosure lawsuit on March 13 against Mai-Kai Inc. and loan guarantors David Levy and Mireille Thornton. The bank asked to seize the 26913-square-foot restaurant on 2.5 acres at 3599 N. Federal Highway plus all of its business assets. The 600-seat tiki-style restaurant
THE LIGHTER SIDE OF THE FEDERAL Chef Cesar Zapata Launches Late Summer Menu Showcasing Colorful Vegetarian Dishes Chef Cesar Zapata and spouse Aniece Meinhold of The Federal, Food, Drink & Provisions, have launched an exciting new late summer menu that features the lighter side of The Federal with a slew of visually striking and amazingly [...]
Save the wolves!! In April 2011, the U.S. Congress slipped a wolf de-listing rider into the federal budget bill, yanking wolves from the Endangered Species List in the Northern Rockies—where it’s estimated that just over 1500 wolves remain.