Openings and Closings

September's Restaurant Openings and Closings in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

The restaurant roll call for September could just as easily be called the "coming soon" chronicles. Sure, there were a few spots to open, and a few to close, but mostly, it's news of impending projects that fill the ledger. With many of the restaurants and clubs expected to open within the next four weeks, October should prove to be a busy month. After the jump, see who came and went in Broward and Palm Beach counties.

See Also:

- August's Restaurant Openings and Closings in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

Openings

Copacabana Supper Club, Fort Lauderdale

Santo's Modern American Buffet & Sushi, Coconut Creek

Chipotle Mexican Grill, Fort Lauderdale

Hop Won, Davie

Papa's Tapas, Delray Beach

Reopenings

Max's Grille, Boca Raton (renovated restaurant reopened September 28)

Cafe Martorano, Fort Lauderdale (renovated restaurant, added full liquor license)

Closings

PL8 Kitchen, Fort Lauderdale

Hi-Life Cafe, Wilton Manors

The Brick Rock Bar, Fort Lauderdale

On Deck

Baja Beach Club, Boca Raton (scheduled for October 5 opening)

DIG, Delray Beach (relocating this fall)

Shula Burger, Fort Lauderdale (scheduled for October 17 opening)

Grill 401, Fort Lauderdale (scheduled for October 15 opening)

Cay inside the Design Center of the Americas, Dania Beach (October)

The Mexican, Boca Raton

Buddha Garden, Delray Beach

Bistro 241, Delray Beach

The Grove Restaurant, Delray Beach (early October)

VooDoo BBQ & Grill, Pembroke Pines (mid-November)

Damiano, Boca Raton

Shake Shack, Boca Raton

Jazziz Nightlife, Boca Raton

d.b.a., Fort Lauderdale

Paladar Latin Kitchen & Rum Bar, Gulfstream Park Racing & Casino, Hallandale Beach

Red Tapas & Grille, Palm Beach Gardens (November)

Cabo Flats, Delray Beach

Tsukuro, Fort Lauderdale

Ninja Spinning Sushi Bar, Boca Raton (early October)

Carrabba's Italian Grill, Fort Lauderdale



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