With another month comes another batch of new restaurants. Though we still have plenty of spots that we're waiting to see open their doors, the last few months have shown an equal number of places have closed up shop -- or are preparing to reap the rewards of the South Florida season.
From high-end Italian to a pop-up shop inside a new nightclub -- even a fast, casual Asian-inspired eatery -- check out our roundup of restaurant openings, closings, and overall happenings in Broward and Palm Beach counties.
In August, a few new spots opened under the radar. They include a new burger-centric concept in Boca Raton, and former Broward food truck, The Latin House Grill, turned brick and mortar with a new, second location in Pembroke Pines.
U-Tiki Beach in Jupiter
Boca Burger Bar in Boca Raton
Temple Street Eatery
Rick's Lobsta Bar in West Palm Beach
VooDoo BBQ in Boca Raton
Latin House Grill in Pembroke Pines
M.E.A.T. Eatery & Taproom in Boca Raton
Mind Your Manors in Wilton Manors
Ceviche in Delray Beach
Union in Delray Beach
Pelican Landing in Fort Lauderdale
Salt Life Food Shack in Coral Springs
Fork & Knife in Boca Raton
The Cheesesteak Experience in Fort Lauderdale
Texas Hold Em BBQ in Fort Lauderdale
Ernie's Italian Chophouse in Lighthouse Point
Sweet Banana's Grill in Wellington and Fort Lauderdale
See Also: July's Restaurant Openings and Closings
Lynora's Osteria in West Palm Beach
Louie Bossi's Ristorante, Bar & Pizzeria in Fort Lauderdale
Avocado Grill in West Palm Beach
Sloan's Ice Cream in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
Green Bar & Kitchen in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea
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