November 2015 Restaurant Opening and Closings in Broward and Palm Beach

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November was a good month for restaurants in South Florida. More than two dozen establishments opened their doors for business in Broward and Palm Beach counties, continuing a several-month high for new eateries, bars, and food-related businesses. West Palm Beach welcomed its first cider works and gluten-free brewery, while the Ritz-Carlton got a makeover with a new restaurant and marketplace known as Burlock Coast.

In the past month, only a few establishments closed their doors for good — and still more are on deck to open soon — meaning South Floridians have more dining options to choose from than ever before.


  • Accomplice Brewery and Ciderworks, West Palm Beach
  • Slices and Ices, West Palm Beach (food truck)
  • Burger and Beer Joint, West Palm Beach
  • Southern Railway Taphouse, West Palm Beach
  • Suri West, Wellington
  • Keke's Breakfast Cafe, Boynton Beach
  • The Old Arcade, Delray Beach
  • Mr. Prime Steakhouse, Boca Raton
  • Raw Juce, Boca Raton
  • Jugofresh, Boca Raton
  • Relish, Boca Raton
  • Popbar, Delray Beach
  • Oceans 234, Deerfield Beach
  • Brew Fish Bar & Grill, Pompano Beach
  • Burlock Coast, Fort Lauderdale 
  • The Boarding, Fort Lauderdale
  • Thursday's, Fort Lauderdale
  • Trader Joe's, Fort Lauderdale
  • Cibo Wine Bar, Fort Lauderdale
  • Craft Food Counter & Kitchen, Oakland Park
  • Bayview Pizza and Grill, Oakland Park
  • Nakorn Roll & Bowl, Hollywood
  • Chow Time Grill & Buffet, Pembroke Pines
  • San Marzano Ristorante, Pembroke Pines
  • Zona Blu, Weston
  • To Victory, Cooper City
  • Sofrito Express, Plantation
  • Hemmingway's Bistro & Cafe, Dania Beach


  • Baci Gelati, Fort Lauderdale
  • Black Olive, Fort Lauderdale

Coming Soon

  • Raw Juce, Palm Beach Gardens
  • Pie Five Pizza Co. (multiple South Florida locations) 
  • Tijuana Flats, West Palm Beach 
  • TacoHolics, Royal Palm Beach 
  • Raw Juce, Palm Beach Gardens 
  • Suri West, Wellington 
  • The Regional Kitchen & Public House, West Palm Beach 
  • Pie Five Pizza Co., West Palm Beach (multiple locations) 
  • Driftwood Ales, Boynton Beach 
  • Texas Roadhouse, Boynton Beach
  • Los Tacos, Boca Raton
  • Tucker Duke's Lunchbox, Boca Raton
  • New York Grilled Cheese Co., Boca Raton  Tijuana Taxi Co., Deerfield Beach 
  • 5th Element Indian Grill, Pompano 
  • Beach Java Express, Pompano Beach 
  • The Foundry, Pompano Beach 
  • Pompano Beach House, Pompano Beach  
  • Oceanic Dining, Pompano Beach 
  • Tijuana Flats, Plantation 
  • Spring Chicken, Fort Lauderale
  • Khoffner Brewing USA, Fort Lauderdale 
  • B Square, Fort Lauderdale 
  • One Door East, Fort Lauderdale 
  • Bar Rita, Fort Lauderdale 
  • The Brass Tap, Fort Lauderdale 
  • Smoke BBQ, Fort Lauderdale 
  • Good Spirits Neighborhood Tavern, Fort Lauderdale 
  • Agave Taco Bar, Fort Lauderdale 
  • Sliderz, Fort Lauderdale 
  • World of Beer, Plantation 
  • Whiskey Creek Hideout, Dania Beach

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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