This week, New Times reported on a few exciting (and delicious) food and drink stories worth sinking your teeth into.
If you like local eats, our list of the best farms in Palm Beach County highlighted a few of our favorite spots to score organic, all-natural produce, products, and meat. Or check out our story detailing five new restaurants that are worth a visit.
Some big announcements were also made regarding two Fort Lauderdale-based restaurants set to expand with new locations in Delray Beach, while a number of new breweries are planning a launch in West Palm Beach.
Here, in no particular order, are the most popular food news items of the week:
5. It's Not Too Late To Buy A Heritage Turkey From Crazy Hart Ranch
For true local eats, it doesn't get much better than Linda Hart's pasture-raised turkeys. Sales on toms and hens continue until the days leading up to Thanksgiving.
4. Five Hot New Broward County Restaurants To Check Out Now
You probably have the same question every week: What should I eat? Or, more specifically, where should I eat? Here are five new spots to help answer that very inquiry.
3. Drink Local Hibiscus Wine, Try Moringa Supplements, Or Find Raw Dairy
From Heritage Hen Farm in Boynton Beach peddling raw dairy and organic eggs to Farriss Farms in West Palm Beach offering grass-fed, pasture-raised meats and bone broths, here are the best local farms to check out in Palm Beach County.
2. Louie Bossi's and Rok:Brgr Are Heading North
Next year, the city will welcome a pair of South Florida establishments to Atlantic Avenue's ever-growing restaurant row. Recently, both JEY Hospitality Group and Big Time Restaurant Group announced plans to bring their most popular concepts to Palm Beach County.
1. Four New Breweries Have Their Sights Set on West Palm Beach
More suds are headed our way, and it looks like West Palm Beach's new Warehouse District will be a hotbed for craft brewing in 2017.
Nicole Danna is a food writer covering Broward and Palm Beach counties. To get the latest in food and drink news in South Florida, follow her @SoFloNicole or find her latest food pics on the BPB New Times Food & Drink Instagram.
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