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Restaurant Roundup: Openings and Closings for September

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September matches August for the numbers when it comes to restaurant openings and closings: slowed by the off-season, an iffy economic outlook, and the dog days of summer. This month, I've also included restaurants on deck, since a handful of restaurateurs aspire to October openings for in-season.

Without further delay, this month's list.

Openings
Salsa Fiesta (14914 Pines Blvd. Pembroke Pines) September 1
PL8 (210 SW 2nd St. Fort Lauderdale) September 2
Nick's New Haven Style Pizzeria (2240 NW 19th St. Boca Raton) September 6
The Whale Raw Bar and Fish House (7619 N. State Road 7. Coconut Creek) September 15
Las Olas Wine Cafe (922 Las Olas Blvd. Fort Lauderdale) September 16
Undergrounds Coffeehaus (3020 N. Federal Hwy. Fort Lauderdale) September 19
Biergarten Boca(400 SE Federal Hwy. Boca Raton) September 28
Bites GastroTruck (Fort Lauderdale-based food truck) September 29

On Deck
For Fall
Burger Bar in Palm Beach Gardens
Tundra in Fort Lauderdale
SpoonFed in Delray Beach
Boston's in Delray Beach
Tap 42 in Fort Lauderdale
Frank and Dino's in Deerfield Beach
Kapow! Noodle Bar

What have we missed?


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