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Restaurant News: Fins Roll, Seminole Rocks, Paris Dines

• If you bleed Miami Dolphins' colors of orange and teal, you'll no doubt be pleased to know that now you can eat them too. In honor of our pigskin heroes, the Pembroke Pines RA Sushi  is dishing a specially created Fins Roll -- for $12, it's lobster topped with salmon and avocado, drizzled with spicy mayo sauce -- through the end of the football season (which, if the Fins don't play any better than they did against the Jets, will be a short one). Oh, and two bucks from the sale of each roll will be donated to the Miami Dolphins Foundation, which supports education, health, and youth athletic programs across South Florida.

• Beer and rock 'n' roll. What more do you need for a party? Not much, at least at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, which on Saturday, October 16, will host its second-annual "Rock 'n' Brew" blowout, featuring more than 100 brews from around the world and music by Pandia, itself featuring 93 Rock DJ Natalia. The party runs from 1 to 5 p.m. Tickets cost $20 in advance and $30 the day of and can be obtained at the Hard Rock box office or by going here:

• One of West Palm's favorite lunch spots is now open for Saturday-night dinner. From 6 to 10 p.m., by reservation only, Paris Bakery & Café is offering a bistroesque menu focusing on savory and sweet crepes, plus a handful of other dishes tossed in for good measure. On the savory side are everything from chicken with bacon and avocado, ratatouille and goat cheese, and shrimp with garlic, mushrooms, and tomatoes to banana and chocolate and crepes Suzette. There's a three-course $30 prix-fixe menu too, as well as such classic bistro fare as poire Belle-Helene and banana split.

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Bill Citara

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