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August's Restaurant Opening and Closing in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

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With the passing of Labor Day, "season" is well on its way. The tourists and seasonal residents will be here within the next month or two, which means they will need places to eat and party. Luckily, local restauranteurs are planning on creating some openings with plenty of new concepts in the works. To keep you informed of the overall comings and goings of the South Florida restaurant scene, we bring to you August's list of restaurant mortality.

See also: July Restaurant Openings and Closings in Broward and Palm Beach

Openings

Lobster Bar & Sea Grille, Fort Lauderdale

Burger and Beer Joint, Pembroke Pines

Butcher Block Grill, Boca Raton

JJ Cafe, Fort Lauderdale

Sea Breeze Grille & Barista Bar, Fort Lauderdale

Pizza Mangia, Cooper City

7 Pescados, Pembroke Pines

13 American Table, Boca Raton

The Grind Cafe, Delray Beach

Bella Amici Pizzeria, Delray Beach

See also:

13 American Table: New American Food, Craft Beer, and Cocktails in Boca

Butcher Block Grill: Hormone-Free Meat, Local Seafood in Boca Raton

Closings

Bootleggers, Fort Lauderdale

Shooters, Fort Lauderdale (temporary)

Paddy McGee's, Delray Beach

Ovenella, Boca Raton

On Deck

Bokamper's Sports Bar, Fort Lauderdale

Meat Market, Palm Beach

Del Frisco's Grill, Palm Beach

Deck's Fish Market, West Palm Beach

El Camino, Delray Beach

VooDoo BBQ, Fort Lauderdale

Trader Joes, West Palm Beach

Trader Joes, Welington

Trader Joes, Boca Raton

Saltwater Brewery, Delray Beach

Ristorante Santucci, West Palm Beach

Revolutions Bowling Bar and Grill, West Palm Beach

Raw Juce, Boca Raton

Public House, Fort Lauderdale

Stache, Fort Lauderdale

Taps, Fort Lauderdale

Aleyda's Tex-Mex, West Palm Beach

Aah Loi, Jupiter

Sky Thai Sushi, Fort Lauderdale

D'Angelo Pizza, Wine Bar, Tapas, Delray Beach

Zona Fresca, Delray Beach

See also: Meat Market Making Its Way to Palm Beach

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