Openings and Closings

Restaurant Roll Call for March

Restaurant openings have dialed back in March, with a couple of big debuts delayed. Rebel House is finishing final touches for doors opening in April. Over in Boynton, Due South Brewery secured its permit, which allows folks to put together the brewhouse. With hope we'll be drinking brews here sometime next month.

A couple of noteworthy openings for March include Foxy Brown, the second restaurant from the Coconuts, G&B family to open in two months. Though the space is small, the concept revives a stretch of Broward with milk shakes, homemade pretzels, patty melts, and comfort-food classics. And Jupiter residents have been buzzing about Coolinary Cafe, a farm-to-table place from Tim and Jenny Lipman of Leftovers Cafe and Food Shack.

Onward for this month's openings and what's on deck.

Coolinary Cafe. Palm Beach Gardens. March 7
Kin Noodle Bar. Boca Raton. March 8
Coolinary Cafe. Palm Beach Gardens. March 8
Mizner Plaza Pizzeria. Boca Raton. March 17 
Foxy Brown. Fort Lauderdale. March 19
Smashburger. Pembroke Pines. March 21

On Deck
Rebel House. Boca Raton. April
BurgerFi. Fort Lauderdale. April 
American Social. Fort Lauderdale. April
Salt Restaurant. Delray. Summer
Racks Italian Bistro. Delray. Summer
The Meatball Shop. Delray. Summer
Stephane's Brasserie. Boca Raton. Summer
Yard House. Boca Raton. Summer 
Royal Pig Pub. Fort Lauderdale. TBD
Philippe by Philippe Chow. Fort Lauderdale. TBD

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