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Grace’s Fine Foods Offers Gourmet Sandwiches At New Juno Beach Shop

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Crema Waffle Taco

Three Local Vendors Taking Ice Cream to New Delicious Heights By Caroline Bell You’re walking down the palm tree-lined streets of Boca Raton, thinking about what 2020 will bring. Your New Year’s resolution was to eat healthy, but with the Florida sun beating down, suddenly you’re unable to stop thinking about cooling off with some crazy delicious ice …

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Rebel House General Tsos Chicken Wings

Chef Eric Baker’s Favorite Dish at Rebel House By Darien Davies Rebel is the name and rebellion is their game. Rebel House was created as a full service “renegade” restaurant and bar that offers diners a place to imbibe, ingest and indulge, and new executive chef and owner Eric Baker aims to continue the spirit. …

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Sassafras Hoppin' John

Chef John Thomas’ Favorite Dish at Sassafras By Darien Davies While we might all still be mourning the loss of our beloved 32 East, we can at least pick ourselves up and march on over to Sassafras where the second best part of 32 East – chef John Thomas – is dishing out Southern favorites …

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Chef Jessie Steele’s favorite dish at Dada By Darien Davies One look at Dada and you’ll understand just how “non-conformist” it is. The environment is original, unique and forces the team to step outside the box, which includes taking artistic licenses with the food. Chef Jessie Steele has been the executive chef since January 2019 …

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Papa's Raw Bar pork belly tacos

Chef Chad Wyrosdick’s favorite dish at Papa’s Raw Bar By Darien Davies You’re invited to “eat, drink and be local” at this casual, island-style, laid-back-but-professional seafood restaurant. With more than 40 years of experience in the seafood industry, they have their own fishing boats and promise the freshest stone crabs, conch and fish around. Chef …

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Elevated Italian, Made Comfortable By Darien Davies Elisabetta’s in Delray Beach is what Italian food should be. It’s inviting, comforting, and meant to be shared with friends, family, and even those hungry for camaraderie. The dishes are handmade, the portions are plenty, and the menu is vast, making it a restaurant that requires multiple visits to …

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City Oyster Stone Crabs

Top Local Restaurants to Get Your Stone Crab Fix By Caroline Bell Photo: City Oyster Stone crab season is upon us, and that means plenty of local restaurants are offering deals on this classic Florida fare. Stone crab season typically runs from October to May, which is when commercial and recreational fishers can legally harvest …

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Tucker Duke's

Let’s Get Vegan With It By Caroline Bell Veganism, gluten-free and keto diets are taking the country by storm, and many restaurants are encouraged to follow suit. Even the hamburger, a staple of the American diet, isn’t safe from this rapidly growing movement. Vegan burgers are seen as more environmentally friendly than traditional hamburgers, which …

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Lisabet Summa

Learn How it’s Delicious, Why it’s Delicious, and When You Can Get More Deliciousness By Darien Davies Feature photo: Christopher Summa Get to know the culinary master behind Delray Beach’s newest Italian restaurant, and understand her desire to make the menu appealing, approachable and absolutely delicious. It’s Italian food, made comfortable. You are now the executive …

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Bolay Bowl

Which local company packs the best? Grrrr. No, that is not a bear behind you, that’s your stomach signaling for sustenance. But, before you start to choose between healthy and quick options for food, finish reading this article. It’s 2019, damn it, and you don’t need to compromise anymore! With three great options to choose …

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DADA EXECUTIVE CHEF CUT HIS CHOPS AMONG DELRAY BEACH’S FINEST By Nicole Danna Jessie Steele is the new face behind one of Delray Beach’s most beloved restaurants, Dada, but there’s more to the inked-up chef than meets the eye. Steele, 39, is laid-back cool with tattooed arms and a calm, stoic gaze. Over the years, …

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A Smokin’ Family Tradition By Adam Sheetz Allow me to introduce you to Anthony Barber, owner and operator of Troy’s BBQ. For the past 23 years, Troy’s has become a landmark for good, quality barbeque in South Florida, and there are now two locations, in Boynton Beach and Boca Raton. The concept first began in …

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By David Rolland The taco has been a favorite finger food since before Europeans settled in America. Anthropologists found evidence that native people in Mexico were eating tacos filled with small fish centuries ago. In South Florida, we’re continuing this tradition. Here are 10 places serving unique and tasty tacos. CHOLO SOY COCINA Located in …

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TYLER LEVITETZ GOES 5150 ON TRADITIONAL CHOCOLATE MAKING By Adam Sheetz Meet the real life Willy Wonka, Tyler Levitetz, the owner and mind behind 5150 Chocolate Co. His creative confections capture the culinary whimsy and charm to which most chocolatiers strive, yet few attain. But just what is it that makes him tick? Let’s find …

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Dive Right In at Oceano Kitchen By Darien Davies Photos: Piper Jones Oceano Kitchen is about as local as it gets. It’s tucked away on an unassuming street, there’s a good chance you won’t get in unless you know when to go, and you have to know what you’re in for to get the most …

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Ride the Tide to Driftwood in Boynton Beach By Darien Davies Photos: Piper Jones It seems like it popped up out of nowhere, but thankfully it has actually been years in the making. Driftwood might be a facelift of the old Scully’s place on Federal Highway in Boynton, but everything else about it is completely …

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Crazy for Mazie’s By Darien Davies Photos: LibbyVision It’s simple: comfortable setting, really nice people, and fantastic food. It’s just an all-around great place. Mazie’s was founded in 2017 by General Manager Jason Lakow and Chef Eric Baker, and features indoor and outdoor seating and a cozy bar with an open kitchen that you can’t …

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TOP LOCAL BUSINESSES THAT HAVE A FOOD TRUCK, ON THE SIDE By Darien Davies Let’s face it, sometimes you just want to stuff your face without dealing with the restaurant fanfare. This is where food trucks come in. Even though the menu is limited and seating is up to you, food trucks are mini-restaurant gems …

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Lets Taco ‘Bout PapiChulo Tacos By Darien Davies Who doesn’t like a good taco? Zero people. Fortunately for us, there are taco-wielding restaurants up and down the street, but doubly fortunate for us, there’s a new one in town. If you’re a taco aficionado, you have to check out PapiChulo Tacos, in Jupiter. Scott Frielich, …

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Serving Subs and Smiles By Darien Davies If you aren’t looking for it, you might miss D’Best Sandwich Shop. But, if you missed it, do yourself – and your stomach – a favor by making a U-turn and readying your appetite. Husband and wife team, Johnny and Susannah, have been dishing out some of the …

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One Of South Florida’s Original Specialty Coffee Companies Continues Perfecting The Bean By Darien Davies All coffee lovers unite because there’s finally a way out of the black hole of the over-roasted, burned, and way-too-sweet cup of coffee. Scott and Amy Angelo, founders of Oceana Coffee, are committed to the perfect cup o’ Joe and …

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Chef Clayton Carnes And His New BBQ Spot By David Rolland Clayton Carnes has to laugh that his last name is Spanish for meats. “My name is a funny coincidence. My family teases me about it,” the chef and restaurateur chuckles. Born in Michigan, Carnes’ family moved to West Palm when he was a kid, …

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Authentic Peruvian Food, No Passport Required By Darien Davies If you’re tired of the avocado-toast, breakfast-pizza and poke-bowl food train that’s been barreling through town lately, and want something different, head to La Panza Latin Bistro. This Peruvian restaurant might be small in size, but packs serious amounts of flavor. Owner Rodolfo Mendieta has a …

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Poke It To Me By Darien Davies Let’s be honest: it’s too hot to cook. It’s pure insanity to even think about turning on the oven or grill when it’s pushing 90-plus degrees outside. The good news is, you don’t have to. Thankfully poke bowls have become a household name, and there’s a few primo …

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Crema

Let’s Roll Crema Rolls Ups The Ante On Thai Rolled Ice Cream  By Darien Davies Gone are the days of a basic cone of ice cream. CREMA, located in the Grandview Public Market, has officially rethought what this delectable desert can be, and elevated it for your sensory pleasure. Even though the concept has been …

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Wood Fired Goodness In Many Forms by Darien Davies Let’s face it. Pizza tastes great at all times of the day, regardless if it’s 4 a.m. when you’re beer burping, or at 2 p.m. when your aunt decides to split the check. Thankfully for us, we can omit the Papa John’s and Pizza Hut pizzas …

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Now Serving Cold-Pressed Love in Stuart By Darien Davies Photos: Greg Panas Count your lucky star fruits because Modern Juice Company has just opened their newest and second location in Stuart, and you’re invited. If you don’t yet know, Modern Juice Company is notorious for producing and offering some of the best tasting cold-pressed juices, …

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It’s A Vibe. It’s Contagious. It’s Healthy.  by Savannah Sheehan Photos: Paige Vuoto Now with two locations, Rock Steady Juice Joint has become a mainstay in north Palm Beach County. Committed to using the highest quality, locally sourced fruits and vegetables when preparing their menu items, they have been able to elevate themselves amongst a …

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West Palm’s Warehouse District Launches A One Stop Shop Culinary Marketplace by Savannah Sheehan A dining and event oasis reveals itself to West Palm Beach. Grandview Public Market is a brand new foray launched by Chris Vila within the well-known “District” area offering rows of dynamic eateries as well as on-site shopping locations creating a …

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by David Rolland Other than peanut butter and jelly and maybe Simon & Garfunkel, there are few combinations that work together as cohesively as music and food. Whether it’s because a grooving soundtrack can help ease your digestion or because you want to replenish the calories you burned off while on the dance floor, there …

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