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 November welcomed a few new concepts in South Florida.
Check out our roundup of restaurant openings, closings, and overall happenings in Broward and Palm Beach counties this month.
Apura Juicery & Coffeehouse, Boca Raton
Roc Resto Lounge & Fashion, Coral Springs
Sushi Bang Bang, Boynton Beach
Tilted Kilt, Fort Lauderdale
Farmhouse Kitchen, Boca Raton
Tommy Bahama Jupiter Island Restaurant, Jupiter
Blaze Pizza, Fort Lauderdale
Marti's New River Bistro, Fort Lauderdale
Oli's Fashion Cuisine, West Palm Beach
Chuck Burger, Palm Beach Gardens
Metro Grill, Fort Lauderdale
Art Bar, Fort Lauderdale (night club)
Bamboo Noah's, Fort Lauderdale
Hudson at Waterway East, Delray Beach
Tin Fish, Sunrise
Piola, Fort Lauderdale
Colada Cuban Coffeehouse & Eatery, Fort Lauderale
Sweet Dewey's BBQ, Boca Raton
Tiki Waterfront & Sea Grill, Jupiter
Lime Fresh Mexican Grill, Boca Raton
Swell Pizza, Delray Beach
Louie Bossi's, Fort Lauderdale
The Woods, Jupiter
World of Beer, Plantation
Burger and Beer Joint, West Palm Beach (City Place)
Max's Social House, Delray Beach
Dick's Last Resort, Fort Lauderdale (Beach Place)
Nicole Danna is a food blogger 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 Clean Plate's Instagram.
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