Honey Celebrates Grand Opening in Delray Beach Tonight

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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.

See also: Honey's Grand Opening in Delray Beach (Photos)

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Target Now Has Its Own Line of Meatless Meat

Categories: Vegan

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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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Nicole Danna
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.

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

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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.

See also: Locavore Index 2013: How Does Florida Stack Up?


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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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Smoothie King Opens in Oakland Park; Get a Free Smoothie While Supplies Last

Categories: New Spot!, News

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Another staple of the New Orleans market is now making its way to South Florida. Smoothie King, which has existed in the Crescent City for at least four decades, is opening its newest location in Oakland Park today.

It was only last week that NOLA Brewing Co., another New Orleans-based company, announced that it will be entering the South Florida market. Smoothie King was built on making and serving gluten-free, dairy-free, and vegan fruit smoothies and the option to add powdered boosters such as protein powder. The new location will be marked by a grand opening celebration until noon today (Wednesday, October 29) and a free smoothie giveaway while supplies last.

See also: NOLA Brewing Launches in Florida Next Month

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Brooklyn Brewery Cofounder Steve Hindy Discusses South Florida's Brewing Future

Categories: Beer Beer Beer

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Steve Hindy (second right) joins South Florida brewers for an industry discussion.

On Tuesday evening, the Brooklyn Brewery held an event at Biscayne Bay Brewing Co. in Miami as part of MASH week, an series of events to highlight different aspects of local culture (and some Brooklyn beers) in 12 cities across America.

On this night, Brooklyn Brewery cofounder Steve Hindy joined Raymond Rigazio, founder of Abbey Brewing; Jose Mallea, president and cofounder of Biscayne Bay Brewing; Johnathan Wakefield, eponymous founder of Johnathan Wakefield Brewing; Peter Schnebly, owner of Miami Brewing; and Dustin Jeffers, head brewer at Delray Beach's SaltWater Brewery to discuss in front of a crowd their histories, their thoughts, and their ideas about the craft beer industry in Florida and at large.

See also: Five Brews From New Times' 2014 Beerfest


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Italian Lounge and Eatery DaVinci's of Boca Celebrates Ribbon Cutting November 5

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DaVinci's of Boca, a new family-owned Italian restaurant and lounge located at Town Center at Boca Raton, will be celebrating its official ribbon cutting on Wednesday, November 5.

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Amaize: New Fast-Casual Arepa Eatery Coming to Doral

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Amaize will open in Doral in November.
There isn't much you can't put a fast-casual spin on these days, from burritos and burgers to salads and pizza.

Now, the fast and easy concept is taking over another Latin favorite: the arepa. A new, one-of-a-kind eatery known as Amaize will open in Doral in November with a menu featuring customizable arepas and cachapas offering a variety of gourmet Latin- and American-inspired fillings.

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Saltwater Brewery Joins the Brooklyn Brewery's Steve Hindy for a Talk With Miami Brewers

Categories: Beer Beer Beer

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Steve Hindy (with book) speaking at a previous Mash event.

What happens when the cofounder of the Brooklyn Brewery makes his way to Miami for a few days of craft-beer-oriented fun? You get a meeting of industry minds, which is what is going down tonight in Doral at the Biscayne Bay Brewing Co. (8000 NW 25 St., Suite 500, Miami).

Starting at 7 p.m. October 28, Steve Hindy, a longtime veteran of the American craft-beer scene, will be joining our homegrown and local talents for an evening of history, beer samples, and some book-selling (to the tune of The Craft Beer Revolution, Hindy's newest book).

See also: Closer Look: Saltwater Brewery in Delray Beach


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