3 Sons Brewing Company Making a Run for Dania Beach

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Corey Artanis (right) wants to bring 3 Sons Brewing Company to South Florida.
Dania Beach may soon become the source of the pumpkin spice latte beer you grew so fond of in the last couple of years.

Corey Artanis, one of the people behind 3 Sons Brewing Company, wants to establish a brewery in the Broward beachside community of roughly 30,000.

Artanis told New Times that his application to build a brewery in a commercial area will go before the Dania Beach Planning and Zoning Commission either this month or next.

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

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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.

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French Bistro Le Ferme Announces Opening Date in Boca Raton

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La Ferme opened in Boca Raton Saturday, October 4.
It's restaurant opening season, and already Palm Beach County has seen the grand opening of several new concepts in the past few weeks. Yet another restaurant is coming to Boca Raton.

On Saturday, October 4, La Ferme -- a modern French bistro -- will open its doors. The new restaurant is located on the site of former Bistro Gastronomie in Boca Raton's Yamato Village Shopping Center, and will feature a seasonal Mediterranean-inspired menu presented by a family of Manhattan restaurateurs.

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Gary Rack Closes Boca Raton's Table 42; Will Reopen as Farmhouse Kitchen

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Table 42 will closed Wednesday, October 1 and will reopen as Farmhouse Kitchen mid-November.
Where one door closes, another opens. At least, that's the idea behind the opening of Gary Rack's latest concept, which will join the Gary Rack Restaurant Management Group's family of restaurants including Racks Downtown Eatery + Tavern in Boca Raton's Mizner Park, and Rack's Fish House + Oyster Bar in Delray Beach.

On Wednesday, October 1, Rack closed Boca Raton's five-year-old Table 42 Italian Kitchen + Wine Bar -- formerly Coal Mine Pizza -- and plans are already underway to reopen the space as the group's latest incarnation: Farmhouse Kitchen. The concept will focus on farm-fresh fare and supporting local purveyors, with a menu designed for clean eating served in a comfortable, homey atmosphere.

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Stox Bar Opens at Las Olas Riverfront, Where Cocktail Prices Fluctuate With Demand

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The fluctuating price board at The Stox Bar in Fort Lauderdale updates drink prices in real time.
Have you ever wanted to buy and sell stocks, but never had the guts -- or the money -- to make it happen? If the thrill of driving stock prices and buying low is something you're into, a new bar and restaurant that recently opened at the Las Olas Riverfront in Fort Lauderdale might be the place for you.

The Stox Bar and restaurant has a unique approach to ordering and selling drinks, offering what brothers and co-owners Will and Julian Page say is Fort Lauderdale's newest concept bar.

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Miami Beach's Meat Market Opens in Palm Beach Monday, Sept. 29

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Palm Beach, you're in for a treat. Next week, restaurateur David Tornek and chef/co-owner Sean Brasel will be opening the third location for their popular Miami Beach restaurant, Meat Market.

Tornek and Brasel said they won't be straying from the elements that have made the original Miami Beach restaurant a success: a high-energy bar scene, sophisticated clientele, standout culinary creations, and a Wine Spectator award-winning wine list.

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Max's Social House to Open Late October in Delray Beach

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Max's Social House will open next month in Delray Beach.
Restaurateur Dennis Max is at it again. The Max Group recently announced the name and concept for its latest restaurant following the recent purchase of the former Ceviche restaurant space -- and before that Falcon House -- in downtown Delray Beach.

The new restaurant is being referred to as "SoHo" -- short for Max's Social House -- and will join the Max family of restaurants that includes Max's Grille in Boca Raton and Max's Harvest in Delray Beach's Pineapple Grove.

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Get $5 Cold Pressed Juice at Purely Pressed in Fort Lauderdale

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These days, juice bars are popping up like froyo shops, one on every corner. Some sell made-to-order juice, while others perfect recipes and pack them up in glass bottles. Others sell all-organic juice for exorbitantly high prices, while a few choose not to use organic produce at all.

At Purely Pressed, a new juice bar that recently opened in Fort Lauderale, all these factors and more were taken into consideration to help make the focus -- and experience -- different than what most people are used to seeing. With a unique approach to making and selling their juices, smoothies, and food, co-owner Alan Potrzuski says he hopes people will see his juice bar and lunch spot as more health-focused than many of the others that have taken root in South Florida over the last few years.

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Delray Beach's Union Closes, Reopens as Smoke BBQ With Famous Pitmaster Bryan Tyrell

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One of downtown Delray Beach's favorite weekend haunts, Union, closed recently, but it's not all bad news.

A new concept has already set up shop in Union's place and will offer something Atlantic Avenue actually hasn't seen yet: barbecue.

Scott Kennedy and Steve Chin wasted no time transforming their popular sushi restaurant and late-night destination into a sleek new barbecue joint dubbed Smoke BBQ.

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Restore Coffee Roasters: a Coffee Shop in a Church, in a Mall

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Restore Coffee Shop is part of Christ Fellowship Church at the Boynton Beach Mall.
Last April, the Christ Fellowship Church opened inside the Boynton Beach mall, a new permanent location for the nationwide worship center now located in the shopping center's old Dillard's department store space.

Today, members actually go to the mall for services, with access from the department store's old exterior and interior entrances. Despite the seemingly odd location, once inside it looks -- and feels -- like a free-standing church.

What makes it different from any other church, however, is its specialty coffee shop and lounge, Restore Coffee Roasters.

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