May's Restaurant Openings and Closings

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With another month comes another bunch of new restaurants. Though we still have plenty of spots that we're waiting to see open doors, the four weeks of April proved to be good for the world of food.

From fancy tacos to tiny (and cheap) sandwiches to burgers to a spot that changes the price of booze based on demand and everything in between, check out our roundup of restaurant openings, closings, and overall happenings in Broward and Palm Beach counties this month.

See also: Canale Restaurant & Bar Shutters Its Doors


Zinburger Wine & Burger, Sunrise

Giraffas Brazilian Kitchen, Fort Lauderdale

Bull Market, Fort Lauderdale

Rhino Doughnuts, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea

Trader Joes, Wellington

Waterstone Grill, Boca Raton

Boca Landing, Boca Raton

El Jefe Luchador, Boca Raton

Havana 1957 Cuban Cuisine Pembroke, Pembroke Pines

Taste Buds Of India, Coral Springs

The Gyro Joint, Pompano Beach

Burgers & Suds, Pompano Beach

House of the Dog, Boca Raton

BJ's Restaurant & Brewhouse, West Palm Beach

Buffalo Wild Wings, West Palm Beach

100 Montaditos, West Palm Beach

The Cooper, Palm Beach Gardens

Copper Blues Rock Pub & Kitchen, West Palm Beach

Red Robbin, Wellington

Aldi, Deerfield Beach

Another Broken Egg Cafe, Boca Raton

See also: Dubliner Fort Lauderdale Closed; Bull Market Opening on Thursday


Canale Restaurant & Bar, Fort Lauderdale

The Dubliner, Fort Lauderdale

Mancini Modern Italian, Fort Lauderdale

Lauderdale Grill, For Lauderdale

Fork & Knife, Boca Raton

See also: Mancini Modern Italian Closes, Jack Mancini Considering New Casual Concept

On Deck

La Nouvelle Maison, Boca Raton

Shaker & Pie, Boca Raton

Gimme a Burger, Pembroke Pines

M.E.A.T. Eatery & Taproom, Boca Raton

Fork & Balls, Fort Lauderdale

Rocco's Tacos, Delray Beach

Calusa Coffee, Fort Lauderdale

Nick's New Haven, Coral Springs

Lost Weekend, West Palm Beach

Paneterie, West Palm Beach

Meat Market, Palm Beach

Trader Joes, Palm Beach Gardens

Trader Joes, Boca Raton

Trader Joes, Pembroke Pines

Aleyda's Tex-Mex, West Palm Beach

Sapphire Indian Cuisine, Boca Raton

Tilted Kilt, Fort Lauderdale

Rhino Doughnuts & Coffee, Various Locations

Apiero, Delray Beach

Shula Burger, Fort Lauderdale Airport

Tarpon Bend Food & Tackle, Fort Lauderdale Airport

Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza, Fort Lauderdale Airport

Rocco's Tacos & Tequila Bar, Fort Lauderdale Airport

BurgerFi, Fort Lauderdale

Red Robbin, West Palm Beach

Sage Wine Bar, Boynton Beach

Brooklyn Water Bagel, Boca Raton

Havana Nights Cigar Lounge, Boca Raton

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