Restaurant Openings and Closings for October

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Every month, we round up the openings, closings, and up nexts for restaurants around our area. 

October ushered in the opening of some highly anticipated restaurants such as Glen Manfra's SpoonFed, though a slew are wrapping up final details for November debuts. The two most anticipated: the newest beer bar, Tap 42, as well as Kapow! Noodle Bar, the area's first chef-driven noodle house -- that's already earned a handful of skeptics in the comments on this blog. 

After the jump, we bring you this month's list.

SpoonFed. Delray Beach. (October 11)
Cha Cha's. Palm Beach. (October 17)
Boston's on the Beach. Delray Beach.(October 21)
D'Angelo's Trattoria. Delray Beach. (October 26)
East End Brasserie. Fort Lauderdale. (October 27)

. Fort Lauderdale. (October 28)

Up Next
Tap 42. Fort Lauderdale. (Early November)
Kapow! Noodle Bar. Boca Raton. (Early November)
The Water Bar and Grill. Palm Beach Gardens. (Early November)
Josef's Table. Boca Raton. (Mid-November)
Organic Brewery. Hollywood. (Mid-November)
Tap and Cork. Fort Lauderdale. (Mid-November)
The Whole Enchilada. Fort Lauderdale (December)
Poolside Grill. Davie. (December)
Tropical Acres. Fort Lauderdale. (December)
Mancini's. Fort Lauderdale. (December)
Unnamed Saperstein-David Restaurant. Boca Raton. (December)
Frank and Dino's Deerfield Beach. (December)

What did we miss? Tell us in the comments.

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