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Delray's favorite Taco Tuesday haunt is headed to Fort Lauderdale. El Camino, a Mexican soul-food restaurant and tequila bar, plans to open a second location on Las Olas Boulevard next winter.
Hollywood's newest hotel is ready to transform the beach town into a true luxury destination. Hyde Resort & Residences, a 40-story tower with 367 shared condo-hotel units and 40 purely residential units, has opened on Hollywood Beach, with the poolside restaurant open to the public and hotel reservations available as of Feb. 1.
The team behind YOLO, Tarpon Bend and Boatyard restaurants are back with a new concept, and this time it's Southeastern African spiced chicken.
As soon as you exit your car at Davie's Tower Shops, you'll note the addictive scent of fresh gyro meat coming from The Halal Guys.
South Floridians better not throw away their shot at seeing "Hamilton" when the musical blockbuster makes a stop at the Broward Center. The groundbreaking Broadway show will be coming to Fort Lauderdale during the Broward Center's 2018-2019 season, the venue announced Friday.
It seems some guys plan a proposal in almost the same detail that a bride plans the actual wedding. And that's not a bad thing.
The South Beach Wine & Food Festival is back and with it returns the Taste Fort Lauderdale Series, a special seven-event program highlighting Broward’s culinary scene. Foodies can attend numerous happenings from Wednesday, Feb. 22 to Sunday, Feb. 26. For a complete list of events, visit sobefest.com.
Visit this Delray Beach waterfront restaurant for Argentinian food that won’t disappoint.
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with the one you love amid a beautiful backdrop.
Developers planning to revitalize the nearly abandoned Las Olas Riverfront have purchased the property and are ready to move forward with the plans. Property Markets Group closed on the site Wednesday in a $29 million purchase from Fort Lauderdale developer Dev Motwani, who's been holding onto the land since he purchased in 2011. City commissioners also unanimously approved the finalized plan Wednesday night, Sun Sentinel reported.