3rd & 3rd in Delray Beach Celebrating One Year Anniversary Friday With Free Appetizers

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3rd and 3rd
The Delray Beach bar and restaurant will be hosting its one-year anniversary tomorrow, February 21st.
Perhaps one of Delray Beach's most underestimated hangouts, restaurant and bar 3rd and 3rd is coming up on its first year of business. Still no sign, you'll need good directions -- or the help of a friend who knows the spot well -- to find this clandestine, low-key hangout. That is if the crowd gathering both in and around the building doesn't draw your attention first. To celebrate a successful year in business, 3rd and 3rd will be hosting an anniversary party this Friday, February 21 from 4:30 p.m. to close.

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Fresh Market Delray Beach Celebrates Grand Opening Today

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Nicole Danna
Delray Beach Fresh Market opened its doors February 12.
Today Fresh Market opened the doors to its 153rd retail store in Delray Beach.

The 21,400-square-foot market is the 34th in the state, employs a total of 92 staff members, and is celebrating its first week of business with a variety of store-wide specials available all week long.

Located in the Carrabba's shopping center at the corner of Linton Boulevard and South Federal Highway, the newly-renovated space has been set-up to reflect the company's latest upgrades, features and new food items, store hiring manager Rachel Booker told Clean Plate Charlie.

See also: Trader Joe's Opening in Delray Place October 2014

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Dunkin' Donuts Launches Loyalty Rewards Program in South Florida

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Ever feel like you spend so much money on Dunkin' Donuts coffee that you really do run on Dunkin'?

Well, now you can put your coffee guzzling skills work for you thanks to a newly-launched rewards program that gets frequent customers a chance to earn free coffee. Like fellow coffee peddlers Starbucks and Panera Bread, Dunkin' Donuts has developed its own loyalty rewards program -- useable by plastic "credit" cards or a free mobile app -- to help cost-conscious, repeat consumers save a buck or two.

See Also: Palm Beach County Home To Area's Largest Dunkin' Donuts

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Three Spots To Get Free Fro-Yo For National Frozen Yogurt Day Thursday

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Menchies
Celebrate National Frozen Yogurt Day on February 6th.
On Thursday, February 6, the entire nation will be celebrating its very own weird food holiday, National Frozen Yogurt Day.

Well, maybe the people freezing their butts off in the New England snow might not be, but here in South Florida -- where temperatures will reach the 80-degree mark all week -- we certainly will be.

To celebrate, here's three spots where you can find free frozen yogurt during the official National Frozen Yogurt Day.

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Red Robin Opening First Palm Beach County Locations in Wellington and West Palm Beach

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Nicole Danna
Red Robin is opening its first Palm Beach County location inside the Wellington Green Mall.
Red Robin, the casual fast-food restaurant chain founded in 1969 known for its fire-grilled burgers, is making its Palm Beach County debut with the area's first location opening soon in Wellington. The Red Robin chain is best known for offering more than two dozen "gourmet" burgers, its signature seasoned bottomless steak fries, and a wide variety of salads, soups, appetizers, entrees, desserts, and signature beverages.

We're drooling over the chain's newest menu creation, the smoke and pepper burger styled after a 2013 Food Network's South Beach Food and Wine Festival "Best of the Bash" award winning sandwich.

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Farmer Jay Plans to Develop Community Farm in East Delray Beach

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These days, you could say Jason "Farmer Jay" McCobb -- owner of Farmer Jay Pure Organics -- is busy. Not only does he run his five-acre farm in west Delray Beach, where he grows several crops and supports a small flock of chickens and a pig but he also is growing for others. Right now, the list includes several local restaurants, supplying produce daily for Max's Harvest in Delray Beach, managing a 715-square-foot herb garden at Farmer's Table in Boca Raton, and overseeing a rooftop garden at Sublime in Fort Lauderdale and a special garden bar for the mixologists at the Broken Shaker in Miami. Add that to the hundreds of gardens he's constructed for homeowners throughout South Florida and you'd think there's not much land left for this farmer to till.

You'd be wrong. There's plenty more to do, according to McCobb, who is currently plotting to build a two-acre community farm and education center in East Delray that would serve to supplement his thriving Farmer Jay Junior Sprouts program.

See Also: Hot Farmer Alert: Meet Farmer Jay

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Palm Beach County Now Home to Area's Largest Dunkin' Donuts; Grand Opening Celebration Saturday

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South Florida's largest Dunkin' Donuts is located in Lantana.
Hey, Palm Beach County, did you know you're not only home to the nation's oldest Dunkin' Donuts diner but also the area's largest Dunkin' Donuts restaurant?

See Also: Dunkin' Donuts Diner in Lake Park: One-of-a-Kind Outpost Has Real Silverware, Fresh Eggs, Ceramic Plates

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Five Best New Restaurants in West Palm Beach

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Kitchen chef-owner Matthew Byrne's favorite dish: chicken schnitzel with radish, sweet onion, and arugula topped with a fried egg.
They come and they go. West Palm Beach has been like a revolving door for restaurants in the past decade, and this is one city where you can truly say everything old is new again -- at least when it comes to the buildings they occupy.

In the past several months, several new establishments have opened their doors, with an Irish gastropub in the former Bobbi-Sue-BBQ space off Clematis Street and Oli's Fashion Cuisine in the former Fuku space, while two newcomers bring exciting dishes to Northwood Village and a remote location for a chef-driven brasserie off Belvedere Road

See also: Five Best New Restaurants in Fort Lauderdale

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Rhino Doughnuts & Coffee: Four Locations Offering Craft Brew and Artisan Pastries Coming to South Florida

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Rhino Doughnuts will be offering artisanal doughnuts and craft coffee with several locations across South Florida.
There aren't too many things that go together better than coffee and doughnuts, and for South Florida entrepreneurs Davin Tran and Athan "Tom" Prakas -- two men looking to reinvent the traditional doughnut-and-coffee experience -- that's just what Rhino Doughnuts & Coffee will do best. The new family of doughnut and coffee shops has already targeted several locations to open across Broward and Palm Beach County within the next year, beginning with two shops in Fort Lauderdale and one in Boca Raton, each one specializing in chef-inspired pastries, doughnuts and craft-brewed coffee.

See Also: The Ten Best Doughnuts in Broward and Palm Beach

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The Cronut Makes It To Palm Beach County at The Jupiter Donut Factory

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Nicole Danna
The Jupiter Donut Factory now offering a cronut-like doughnut.
Yes, it's happened. The cronut craze has finally made its way to Palm Beach County. And if you don't know what a cronut is by now, we feel sorry for you. The donut-croissant hybrid that originated in New York is popping up nationwide in one form or another, and we've already told you about the Broward bakery that's making its own version, dubbed the "doissant." Shame on you for not paying closer attention.

But if Master Cake Bakery in Pembroke Pines is too far for all you Palm Beach County residents to travel for a hot plate of fried-butter-dough, no fear. Now you can get your deep-fried, glazed croissant fix at the Jupiter Donut Factory where owner Chris Stokes is taking his own croissant dough, frying it, tossing it in a sugar glaze, and finishing it off with a quick stroke of chocolate or vanilla frosting.

Like most of Stokes' donuts, they've been selling out within a few hours, so the shop -- which he began running just a few months ago since purchasing from the previous owners -- now makes them almost daily.

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