Clay Conley Announces Plans For New Italian Concept in West Palm Beach

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Two-time James Beard Award semifinalist Clay Conley may be opening a new restaurant in the Flamingo Park district of West Palm Beach. According to the Palm Beach Post, the same team that opened Buccan in 2011 has plans to open a casual trattoria-like Italian eatery later this spring.

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Shula Burger Opens at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport

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Shula Burger opens at FLL.
Shula Burger, Coach Don Shula's casual dining establishment, has opened its newest location at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport's Terminal 1.

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Halloween Food and Drink Events This Weekend: A Quentin Tarantino Costume Party, Dress Up Your Boat, and More

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Congratulations, you made it through yet another working week. You might as well give yourself a pat on the back to celebrate -- or better yet, a drink or three.

This Friday is special -- it's Halloween. And that means one thing: tons of costume contests. Whether you're looking to deck-out your boat, try some scary sushi, or drink some really "dark" beer, there's something for you to do in South Florida this weekend.

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Coppertop Brewery Company Coming to Boynton Beach

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Will South Florida be the next craft beer brewery mecca? With so many new breweries set to open in the coming months, it certainly feels that way.

Especially after sampling some of the newest beers to his the local scene during the 17th annual New Times' Original Beerfest held October 25.

One of several new breweries coming to the local area before the end of 2014, Coppertop Brewing Company recently announced plans that it will be opening a full production brewery and tap room in Boynton Beach.

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Florida Beer: Old Battle Axe IPA From Engine 15 Brewing Co.

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It's #FloridaBeerFriday. Every Friday, we take a look at a beer brewed in the Sunshine State, giving analysis to the burgeoning craft-beer movement of Florida.

Those who are unfamiliar with the northern Florida brewing scene might not know of Engine 15 Brewing Company, which operates a brewpub in Jacksonville Beach and a production brewery in Jacksonville proper. That ignorance is about to change, as the brewery's products are now making their way down to our humble home of South Florida.

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Honey Celebrates Grand Opening in Delray Beach Tonight

Honey's small plates menu will be executed by neighboring establishment, 32 East.
The newest Sub-Culture Restaurant Group concept from the creators of Dada and Tryst, to Camelot to Kill Your Idol, is here. Welcome Honey, the newcomer to the downtown Delray Beach scene, which celebrates its grand opening Thursday, October 30.

Partners Scott Frielich and Rodney Mayo launched the nightlife-inspired concept during a soft opening last night offering friends and family a sneak peek at the interior decor, small plates menu, and craft cocktail lineup.

According to Honey partner Frielich, the new spot will add just a little more "hip" to the downtown Delray Beach scene. He describes it as a "sophisticated lounge meets nightclub," something he and Mayo hope will change the nightlife landscape of the city's downtown area.

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Target Now Has Its Own Line of Meatless Meat

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If one company represents American consumer culture best, it's Target (pronounced "Tar-jay," of course). It's the store that has everything, making it impossible to walk out without dropping at least $100 on stuff you didn't know you needed.

So the fact that Target now has its own line of meatless meat is a sure sign of changing times. The company now offers four flavors of faux chicken and turkey under its health-focused Simply Balanced Line -- and the stuff is pretty damned good.

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Ten Best Meals Under $15 in Broward and Palm Beach Counties

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Where can you get a good meal at an affordable price? It seems like a relatively straightforward question, but with so much to choose from, the final decision is a slow process of elimination.

Sure, you can grab a slice and a soda for next to nothing. Or a burger at the Brass Ring Pub in North Palm Beach (or one with all the toppings at Deerfield Beach's Charm City) for fairly cheap. You can even get a pile of tacos at Jalisco in Fort Lauderdale (throw in a horchata and roasted corn at Lake Worth's Tacos Al Carbon) for the change at the bottom of your cup holder.

But inexpensive eats aren't just pizza, burgers, and tacos.

Whether you're in the mood for fresh seafood by the water, have a craving for a hot dog with all the toppings, harbor a hankering for some ceviche, or want some spicy jerk chicken, we've got a few stops that will hit the spot.

Here is our list for the best meals for under $15 in Broward and Palm Beach counties. Have a different favorite? Leave a comment and tell us your top spots when dining for a deal.

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Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow Author Randy Shore on Growing Cilantro, Pickling, and Balcony Gardens

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Most of us are aware that growing our own food is the idea way to eat, but with tiny apartments, busy schedules, and the convenience of Publix, how often do we really toe the locavore line?

According to Randy Shore, author of Grow What You Eat, Eat What You Grow -- The Green Man's Guide to Living & Eating Sustainably All Year Round, sprouting at least some of your own food isn't all that hard. We spoke to Shore for his take on cilantro cultivation, making pickles and what to grow on a little baby balcony.

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Fort Lauderdale Woman's Club Hosts Inaugural Pints in the Park

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There aren't too many people who can argue that drinking beer for a charitable cause is a great idea. Which is why the Fort Lauderdale Woman's Club has organized a special event that focuses on -- you guessed it -- nonprofits and craft brews.

The Fort Lauderdale-based organization will host its inaugural Pints in the Park on Sunday, November 16. The event will feature more than 20 craft breweries, local nonprofits, live music, and food trucks.

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