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

Hope you've got a generous appetite, cause October saw the opening of numerous restaurants and bars throughout Broward and Palm Beach counties, including a few re-openings and re-boots of past and popular favorites. After the jump, find a list of recent comings and goings in the local restaurant community. Know of something we missed or an upcoming project? Let us know in the comments.

See Also:

- September's Restaurant Openings and Closings in Broward and Palm Beach Counties


Dickey's Barbecue Pit, Boca Raton

Cay (inside the Design Center of the Americas), Dania Beach

Broccolini Cafe, Cooper City

Red Tapas Bar and Grille, Palm Beach Gardens

El Tamarindo Pizza, Deerfield Beach

Pomodoro, Fort Lauderdale (this is a reopening for the restaurant)

SooWoo Japanese & Korean Steakhouse, Hollywood

Grille 401, Fort Lauderdale

Mozart Cafe, Boca Raton

Baja Beach Club, Boca Raton

Shula Burger, Fort Lauderdale

Red Corner Asian Bistro, Jupiter

Damiano, Boca Raton

Chimney House Grill & Cafe, Fort Lauderdale

Recent Changes

Kapow! Noodle Bar in Boca Raton is now open for lunch daily

Saquella Cafe in Boca Raton now features a more in-depth dinner menu

DIG Restaurant has relocated to downtown Delray Beach


The Ark, Davie

On Deck

Ceviche Tapas Bar & Restaurant, Delray Beach

Bobbi Sue Bar-B-Que, West Palm Beach

Ninja Spinning Sushi Bar, Boca Raton

Jazziz, Boca Raton

The Mexican, Boca Raton

Buddha Garden, Delray Beach

VooDoo BBQ & Grill, Pembroke Pines

Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar, Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino, Hallandale Beach

Cabo Flats, Delray Beach

Tsukuro, Fort Lauderdale

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Tricia Woolfenden

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