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South Florida Restaurant Openings and Closings May 2015

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Hot weather is officially here, South Florida. As the temperature rises, so does our thirst for getting outdoors. And by outdoors, we mean getting our food and drink on at our favorite waterfront restaurant, with a tropical cocktail in hand.

While the end of South Florida's season would appear to halt most restaurant openings, May actually welcomed a number of new establishments across Broward and Palm Beach counties, including the grand opening of Boynton Beach brewery Copperpoint Brewing Co., Calaveras Cantina in Jupiter, and Mellow Mushroom and Colada Cuban Coffee House in Fort Lauderdale.

As for closings, May also had some interesting moves: Darbster in Boca Raton closed its doors; the Keg on 6th changed hands, set to become the second location for Riverside Market; Cabo Flats shuttered its doors in Palm Beach Gardens, only to plan two new locations in Jupiter and West Palm Beach; and Chill Wine Lounge was replaced by Mod Wine Lounge in Fort Lauderdale.

Here is the official restaurant openings and closings tally for May 2015. Did we miss one? If so, let us know in the comments section.

Open

Hampton Forks, Jupiter
Calaveras Cantina, Jupiter
BurgerFi, Wellington
Summer Shack at PB Catch, Palm Beach
Guy's Burger Joint, West Palm Beach
The Tavern, Boca Raton
Five Guys Burgers, Delray Beach
Copperpoint Brewing Co., Boynton Beach
Burger 21, Deerfield Beach
Legend's Tavern and Grille, Deerfield Beach
Carousel BBQ, Deerfield Beach
The Sticky Bun, Deerfield Beach
Fercho's Grill & Cafe, Oakland Park
Day Market Kitchen, Fort Lauderdale
Colada Cuban Coffee House & Eatery, Fort Lauderdale
Le Chef Restaurant, Fort Lauderdale
Mellow Mushroom, Fort Lauderdale
Mod Wine Lounge, Fort Lauderdale
Jerk Machine, Fort Lauderdale
Bao Las Olas Omakase, Fort Lauderdale
Sip Java Co., Fort Lauderdale


Closed

Cabo Flats, Palm Beach Gardens
Darbster, Boca Raton
Keg on 6th, Fort Lauderdale

Coming Soon

Nitrogen, Jupiter


Cabo Flats, Jupiter


Cabo Flats, West Palm Beach (City Place)


Tap 42, Boca Raton


Lime Fresh, Boca Raton


Papalani Gelato, Delray Beach


Habit Burger, Delray Beach


Rocco's Tacos, Delray Beach


Swell Pizza, Delray Beach


La Piazza, Boynton Beach


Pizza Shack, Boynton Beach


The Foundry, Pompano Beach


BurgerFi, Pompano Beach


26 Degrees Brewing, Pompano Beach


SuViche, Fort Lauderdale


Craft Food Counter & Kitchen, Fort Lauderdale


Mod Wine Lounge, Fort Lauderdale


B Square, Fort Lauderdale


Java Express, Fort Lauderdale


Smoke BBQ, Fort Lauderdale


Brooklyn Water Bagels, Fort Lauderdale


Good Spirits Neighborhood Tavern, Fort Lauderdale


Bar Rita, Fort Lauderdale


Riverside Market #2, Fort Lauderdale


The Brass Tap, Fort Lauderdale


Louie Bossi's, Fort Lauderdale


Margaritaville, Hollywood


Matchbox, Sawgrass Mills


Hoffman's Chocolates, Plantation


World of Beer, Plantation


Trader Joe's, Davie


Twin Peaks, Davie


First Watch, Pembroke Pines


Whiskey Creek Hideout, Dania Beach


Taco Rico Tex Mex Cafe, Davie

Nicole Danna is a food writer 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 the BPB New Times Food & Drink Instagram.

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