Easy Plans for the 4th: Takeout From in Northwood

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Several Northwood Village restaurants are offering to pack up your favorites to add some extra sparkle to your 4th festivities.

Head to Café Centro/Allora (2409 N. Dixie Hwy, 561.514-4070) to pick up sandwiches, salads, pastas and pizzas off its lunch menu before you venture over to the park on Dixie to take in the fireworks. No need to preorder. Entrees: $5-$7.

Supe's Jamaican (517 Northwood Rd., 561.655.6422) will stay open late and will pack-to-go any of its menu offerings, including some special roast beef, stewed beef, and fish dishes. No need to pre-order. Entrees: $12-$14.

Fresh Catch Seafood (2501 N. Dixie Hwy, 561.833.8998) is ready to pack-to-go everything on its menu from shrimp and fries super value meals, to its combo conch and shrimp platter. No need to pre-order. Restaurant will be open until 9 pm. Entrees: $9 - $15.

Other Northwood Village area restaurants packing picnics to go:

Jade Kitchen (422 Northwood Rd., 561.366.1185)

World Famous (415 Northwood Rd., 561.833.3377)

Presto's Pizza (505 25th St., 561-835.1832)

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