It's a good time to be hungry in South Florida.
The past few weeks have been rife with exciting food news, from Broward County's very first cat cafe and poke-themed restaurant, to the recent opening of a new burger spot that serves peanut butter and jelly chicken wings and the grand opening of the long-awaited Regional Kitchen & Public House from Palm Beach County star chef Lindsay Autry.
Here, we've rounded up a few of our most recent restaurant opening stories and shared them in one easy-to-digest list (no pun intended) for your viewing pleasure. Sorry: We are not responsible for any food cravings this may cause.
5. Broward County's First Poke Themed Restaurant: Raw Poke Bar in Fort Lauderdale
The poke movement has made its way to South Florida with one of two new poke restaurants in Fort Lauderdale. Here, the fast-casual concept allows you to create-your-own poke bowl.
4. Celebrity Chef Debuts Her First Restaurant, Bubbles & Pearls Champagne Raw Bar, in Wilton Manors
There're a lot of "firsts" going on in Broward County this month, including the grand opening of Wilton Manors' first upmarket concept from former Top Chef competitor and Miami native Josie
3. Giovanni Rocchio Opens His Tapas Eatery, One Door East, in Fort Lauderdale
Dubbed one of the Most Anticipated South Florida Restaurant Openings of 2016, Rocchio's global-themed tapas restaurant One Door East is now open next door to his acclaimed Italian eatery, Valentino.
2. You Can Order Peanut Butter and Jelly Chicken Wings at B Square Burgers & Booze
Among the crazy menu items at B Square Burgers & Booze, which recently opened off Las Olas Boulevard in Fort Lauderdale, are peanut-butter-and-jelly-slathered chicken wings and lobster-topped jumbo Kobe beef hot dogs.
1. Chef Lindsay Autry Dishes on Her Five Favorite Dishes From Her New Restaurant
The Regional Kitchen & Public House recently opened in West Palm Beach's City Place, a first-time venture for chef-owner Lindsay Autry, who shares her five favorite dishes from the debut menu.
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