May's Restaurant Openings and Closings in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

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Along with the change in season, the restaurant industry is changing yet again. As is always the case South Florida is full of brand new spots opening their doors and others closing up shop. With so many changes it's hard to keep up. Luckily, we do it for you. We have the list of May's restaurant openings and closings just for you.

See Also:

- Oar House Restaurant and Bar in Pompano Beach Celebrates Grand Opening May 11

- Tilted Kilt: New Breastaurant Opens in Hallandale (Photos)


Funky Buddha Brewery, Oakland Park

Pollo Tropical, Pompano Beach

Your Pie, Lighthouse Point

Tilted Kilt, Hallandale Beach

Oar House Restaurant, Pompano Beach

Kenny Tang's, Coral Springs

Bol, Hollywood

Amatsu Sushi and Sake, Fort Lauderdale

S3, Fort Lauderdale

PDQ, West Palm Beach

Perrones Cucina Italiana, Hollywood

Hot and Soul, Fort Lauderdale

Danish Pastry Co., Hollywood

Bad Ragaz, Boynton Beach

Red Cow, Fort Lauderdale

On Deck

Trader Joes, Palm Beach Gardens

Saltwater Brewery, Delray Beach

Burgers & Beer Joint, Pembroke Pines

El Camino, Delray Beach

VooDoo BBQ, Fort Lauderdale


Mythos Greek Taverna, Coral Springs

Aleyda Mexican Restaurant, West Palm Beach

Bobbi Sue Bar B Que, West Palm Beach

Gol! The Taste of Brazil, Delray Beach

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