The return of our northern brethren seeking to avoid the cooler months has begun. To prepare for their arrival, a new batch of eateries has opened, while others have sadly closed. Now, before the migration is completed and snowbird season is in full swing, is the best time to check out what's new to eat around here.
From a few farm-to-table fare concepts, to a hot new BBQ joint in downtown Delray Beach, and an up-and-coming spot that deals in nothing but grilled cheese sandwiches, check out our roundup of restaurant openings, closings, and overall happenings in Broward and Palm Beach counties this month.
Trader Joe's, Palm Beach Gardens
Trader Joe's, Delray Beach
Purely Pressed, Fort Lauderdale
Smoke BBQ, Delray Beach
Lynora's Osteria, West Palm Beach
Paneterie French Bakery, West Palm Beach
Meat Market, Palm Beach
Yoko-San, Boca Raton
La Ferme, Boca Raton
Gabose Pocha, Lauderhill
Stox Bar, Fort Lauderdale
The Cottage, Lake Worth
The Little House, Boynton Beach
Table 42, Boca Raton
Cheesesteak Experience, Fort Lauderdale
The Woods Jupiter, Jupiter
Angelo Elia Pizza Bar and Tapas, Coral Springs
Max's Social House, Delray Beach
Apeiro, Delray Beach
Tap 42, Boca Raton
Farmhouse Kitchen, Boca Raton
Louie Bossi's Ristorante, Bar & Pizzeria, Fort Lauderdale
Rocco's Tacos, Delray Beach
Avocado Grill, West Palm Beach
Nicole Danna is a food blogger covering Broward and Palm Beach counties. To get the latest in food and drink news in South Florida, follow her @SoFloNicole or find her latest food pics on Clean Plate's Instagram.
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