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    Shiver me Timbers

    I would venture to say that Blue Anchor Pub has a more storied history than any other Delray Beach dining or drinking establishment. The first story begins in 1865, when the William Younger Brewery opened the Blue Anchor off London's Chancery Lane. I...

    by Lee Klein on May 27, 2004
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    Outdoor Eats

    Caf Bistro (1862 N. Young Cir., Hollywood, 954-920-9299) doesn't serve pancakes, and thus won't be a part of next week's exciting Flapjack Flip-Off, our first contest to see who makes the best buttermilk pancakes in town. It does serve quite a nice ...

    by Lee Klein on May 27, 2004
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    A Bay City Buffet in the Manors

    Wilton Drive, Wilton Manors' main drag, is lined with gay-oriented restaurants, clubs, and businesses; it seems a short stretch of San Francisco has fallen from the sky and landed intact. Of course, in most ways, the city is just like any other -- it...

    by Lee Klein on May 20, 2004
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    Foodstuff - Artful Eats

    Caf 1451 at the Norton (1451 S. Olive Ave., 561-366-8500) is located in the enclosed west courtyard of the Norton Museum of Art, a soaring space filled with natural light, leafy palm trees, and museumgoers munching on sophisticated contemporary Amer...

    by Lee Klein on May 20, 2004
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    Gold in Boca

    South Florida and the Mediterranean region are separated by the vast Atlantic Ocean, yet on either side, one can observe the same ritual in approaching that body of water: People wearing bathing suits, timidly dipping their toes in, gauging the tempe...

    by Lee Klein on May 13, 2004
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    Foodstuff - Argie's Grill

    Johnnie and Nestor Solari opened Argie's Grill (300 SW First St., Fort Lauderdale, 954-463-2686) just prior to 9/11, and the Argentine brothers claim that business was way off because of the timing. (I'm not sure how this works -- were people headed ...

    by Lee Klein on May 13, 2004
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    The Moderate Easy - Creolina's Cuisine

    I once got Paul Prudhomme so upset that his large, round, bearded face turned as red as a kidney bean. It occurred while I was interviewing him, in his K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen in New Orleans, and mistakenly referred to a certain Cajun dish as Creo...

    by Lee Klein on May 6, 2004
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    Go and Get Gras

    The nation's largest outdoor Cajun/zydeco music festival does not take place anywhere in Louisiana but right here at the Fort Lauderdale festival site every Mother's Day weekend, which this year falls May 7 to 9. More specifically, the 12th Annual Fo...

    by Lee Klein on May 6, 2004
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    Nikki Does Hollywood

    Everything about Nikki Marina is pretty. For instance, the marina provides a lovely Intracoastal backdrop for al fresco dining or sitting with a drink at a tiki-ish gazebo bar in the tranquil courtyard. This outdoor lounge area boasts a gurgling foun...

    by Lee Klein on April 29, 2004
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    Foodstuff

    Each spring, more than 60 cities across the United States and Canada organize Taste of the Nation food and winetastings, seated dinners, brunches, barbecues, and all manner of gastronomic extravaganzas. Since 1988, these events have raised nearly $50...

    by Lee Klein on April 29, 2004
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    Not for Display

    The first things you notice about Chitralada Thai Restaurant are the glowing reviews it has received from various Broward County publications. You can't help it -- they're posted on the storefront windows, plastered on walls by the entrance, and slap...

    by Lee Klein on April 22, 2004
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    More than Peanuts and Cracker Jacks

    The Florida Marlins have been hot-dogging it up on the field this year, so far looking every bit like a proud world-championship team. Pro Player Stadium (2269 Dan Marino Blvd., Miami, 305-623-6100), in tandem with Boston Concessions, enters the seas...

    by Lee Klein on April 22, 2004
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    Gabose offers lots of Seoul food

    It's a good thing I'm writing and not reciting this review, or else I'd surely flub the pronunciations of every wondrous Korean dish I encountered at Gabose Restaurant in Lauderhill. For instance, if I were to tell you about "samgyopsalgu," "yangneum...

    by Lee Klein on April 15, 2004
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    Nontaxing Repast

    If you haven't yet paid your taxes, you've already pretty much botched things, so at this point, the best thing to do is avoid unnecessary fretting. Relax. Have something to eat, like a soothing, scrumptious bowl of chicken matzoh-ball soup at the Od...

    by Lee Klein on April 15, 2004
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    Sol Shines - Get a little sunny cuisine up in Delray

    Sol Kitchen in Delray Beach is the sunny new sister of 32 East. Both are located on the same block of East Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, both are operated by the Straub restaurant team, and both offer menus orchestrated by Executive Chef Nick Morf...

    by Lee Klein on April 8, 2004
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    Egg Hunting

    In 325 AD, the Council of Nicaea decreed that Easter should fall on the first Sunday after the first full moon following the spring equinox, which would correspond to the height of the period of renewal of life after winter; in other words, the big d...

    by Lee Klein on April 8, 2004
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    The Nonpassion of the Luce - Attractive or tasteless, you be the judge

    One way to describe Luce, a recent arrival to downtown Hollywood, is to say that it is an attractive new bar that serves decent brick-oven pizza and better-than-average Italian-style bar food. Another description would be: a poorer-than-average Itali...

    by Lee Klein on April 1, 2004
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    Foodstuff - Let My People Eat

    The first two nights of the eight-day Passover holiday are celebrated with family get-togethers called seders, during which the history of the Israelites' struggles for freedom is recalled. The uplifting series of stories describe enslavement, the in...

    by Lee Klein on April 1, 2004
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    The Bong Show - This fusion joint almost has it together

    A new restaurant called Bong has opened on the site where Boca Raton's popular Mezzanotte restaurant used to stand. The space has been totally revamped, allegedly at a cost of $2.7 million; after taking a good look around, I can only wonder where all...

    by Lee Klein on March 25, 2004
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    Foodstuff

    Dick Cami has plenty of big fish tales to tell, beginning with his Cami's Seashells chain of restaurants and Crabby Dick's in Key West. Then there are the Islamorada Fish Company and the Oar House in Davie, which were opened by, respectively, his son...

    by Lee Klein on March 25, 2004
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