The Parkland communities of Cascata, MiraLago, and TownParc are already preparing for the hustle and bustle of the holiday season with ‘Sip and Shop.’
Family Bagels of Long Island is hoping to give residents more quality time with their families by providing a new option for dinner within the community.
A new sushi restaurant is soon opening in Parkland, and it comes with a twist.
Attention coffee lovers – Carmela Coffee Co. is expanding again.
The dream of having their own craft brewery could be a little farther away for the Parkland couple hoping to open in October.
Those who have visited the Jersey Shore may already be familiar with Bubbakoo’s Burritos — a Mexican restaurant specializing in build-your-own tacos, burritos, and bowls.
Dining car nachos and a yardmaster burger grace the sample menu for the new railroad-themed craft brewery fulfilling a long-time dream for this Parkland couple.
Same menu, same Mexican and Latin flare, but one step inside the new Los Bocados restaurant reveals something very different.
Greg El-Hage and Justin Moreno are fulfilling their dream of opening a South Florida seafood restaurant, First Catch Seafood & Grill.
Los Bocados is known for their Mexican and Latin-focused food, but their other claim to fame is their unusual location inside the Chevron Convenience Store.
In preparation for winter break and the holiday season, Parkland-based Queen’s Tea House is holding a free event geared towards younger children.
With the holidays coming up, Basser’s Fine Wine & Craft Beer has various collections to choose from, along with several outdoor events where people can try something new — or give them as gifts.
Crumbl Cookies, the nation’s fastest-growing gourmet cookie company is opening its doors in Coral Springs.
The Parkland Mexican restaurant, Blue Agave was shut down on October 29 after a failed safety inspection.
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Outdoor dining continues to be popular to maintain social distance after scientists indicate indoor ventilation renders the coronavirus more transmissible.
As the number of local COVID-19 cases begins to decline, Broward County has issued an emergency order effective immediately, modifying some of the previous restrictions on businesses.
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