Grille 401 is the Boca Raton-based Rainmaker Restaurant Group's third project. It opened October 14 on a now-infamous corner in downtown Fort Lauderdale. The space was once home to Bova Prime, which collapsed after owner Tony Bova succumbed to slumping business and his partner, Scott Rothstein, was shipped off to serve a 50-year sentence for running a $1.4 billion Ponzi scheme. It then morphed, with limited redecoration, into Rare, a high-priced steak house where a nearly naked woman once served as the platter for dozens of colossal shrimp. That venture folded in early 2012.
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