In relation to meals, South Florida is a good place to be. So many new locations open up each day. Right here’s what’s coming quickly to a metropolis close to you.

Whit’s Frozen Custard, Lighthouse Level

This Ohio-spun emporium for wealthy frozen custard is scooping its first Broward County outpost in early 2023 beneath franchisee John Khoury, in a storefront on the nook of Federal Freeway and Northeast forty ninth Road. The candy store, which already has areas in Delray Seashore, Boca Raton, Wellington and Jupiter, serves its custard in cups, cake and waffle cones coated or blended with a selection of 40 toppings, and presents specialty flavors of the day, week and month, similar to s’mores and white-chocolate caramel brownie. One other future location is heading to Coral Springs. 4850 N. Federal Freeway, Lighthouse Level;

Carmela Gourmand Toast & Espresso Bar, Boca Raton and West Palm Seashore

This coffee-and-avocado-toast chain, cofounded in Parkland by homeowners Rainer Abreu and Rafael Baretta, is in fast enlargement mode, with a rebranded identify (modified from Carmela Espresso Co.) and 9 new areas deliberate for 2023. Earlier than that, Carmela’s subsequent Boca Raton location expects to open inside the upscale Park Place plaza this December. Together with caffeine, they sling empanadas, avocado toast, flatbreads, salads and extra. A West Palm Seashore outpost is ready to observe in January on the Village Commons plaza. 5560 N. Army Path, Suite 322, Boca Raton; 701 Village Blvd., Suites 101-102, West Palm Seashore;

Willie T’s Seafood Shack, Fort Lauderdale

A alternative for Elliot Wolf’s pandemic-closed sandwicherie, Lunchroom, this seafood home from Virginia’s Thompson Hospitality expects to open on Nov. 7 contained in the Harbor Retailers on seventeenth Road. Willie T’s, which has areas within the Washington, D.C., space, serves baskets of breaded cod, white shrimp and catfish filets, together with catfish and shrimp po’boys, jumbo lump crab muffins, salads, hushpuppies and Previous Bay-seasoned, crinkle-cut fries. 1824 Cordova Highway, Fort Lauderdale;

Bolay Fresh Bold Kitchen is bringing it's signature "build-a-Bol" concept to Fort Lauderdale on Nov. 17. Founded in Wellington back in 2016, Bolay was created by Outback Steakhouse co-founder Tim Gannon and his son Chris Gannon.

Bolay Contemporary Daring Kitchen, Fort Lauderdale

This fast-casual eatery is scheduled to debut its signature “build-your-own Bol” idea at a brand new Fort Lauderdale location on Nov. 17. Based in Wellington in 2016, it now has 22 areas all through Florida. Bolay was created by Outback Steakhouse co-founder Tim Gannon and his son, Chris Gannon. Just lately Bolay has added wraps to the menu. By the best way, on Dec. 1, Bolay plans to open its twenty fourth restaurant at 18801 Biscayne Blvd., Suite 275, Aventura. 1730 N. Federal Freeway, Fort Lauderdale.

Konro, West Palm Seashore

This biweekly supper membership touting a dozen bite-sized programs paired with uncommon wines from area of interest producers is popping up inside Fern Road Wine Bar & Kitchen till its homeowners — husband-and-wife chef Jacob Bickelhaupt and sommelier Nadia Bickelhaupt — can open their brick-and-mortar restaurant on Dixie Freeway in January. (The pop-up is offered out by way of mid-December.) Konro, named for the Japanese charcoal grill Bickelhaupt makes use of in lots of programs, is an intimate chef counter the place dishes are cooked, deep-fried and grilled on the fly by Bickelhaupt, the onetime proprietor of Michelin two-star 42 Grams in Chicago and a two-time James Beard Award semifinalist. His delicacies leans decidedly Asian, similar to Japanese A5 wagyu steak grilled in 12-year-old tare (a soy sauce marinade). Different dishes embody edible floral preparations of microgreens and crackling chicken-skin cones crammed with foie gras and cloudberry jam. 424 Park Place, No. 101; 561-466-2791;

Jackson’s Hen Shack, Lake Price Seashore

Fried-chicken purveyors are having a second in South Florida, and the newest instance is that this shack registered to owner Stephen Difiore, which is predicted to open earlier than 12 months’s finish in a Jog Highway plaza shared with Walmart Neighborhood Market. Jackson’s touts fried and grilled rooster handhelds, wraps, salads, fries — and tenders, naturally — slathered in toppings, dressings and cheeses. 6169 Jog Highway, Lake Price Seashore;

Vinyl Fish Membership, West Palm Seashore

This new chic social hub isn’t scheduled to formally open till November, however the venue has been internet hosting pop-ups — referred to as “Motel No-Inform” — for weeks as a part of what the homeowners say is “a chef-driven culinary and sound expertise.” These occasions are typically from 6 to 11 p.m. Thursdays by way of Saturdays (reservations are beneficial). The homeowners describe Vinyl Fish Membership as “South Florida’s first NFT membership restaurant” (that’s Non-Fungible Token for the uninitiated). As a membership member, you spend money on possession by way of an NFT. Vinyl Fish Membership is owned by nightlife impresario Mykel Stevens, restaurateur Uthman “Moose” Yamusenor and Jaclyn Milford, founding father of the Ladies of Wall Road group. 340 Clematis St., West Palm Seashore;

Playa Bowls, Jupiter

Began as a Jersey Shore pop-up meals stand again in 2014, Playa Bowls now has six eateries in Broward and Palm Seashore counties, in addition to greater than 150 areas nationwide. This latest fast-casual restaurant in Jupiter might be owned by SoFlo franchisees Jenna and Michael Zorn, who say they count on to open in late winter or early spring. The model’s idea, began by New Jersey natives and avid surfers Rob Giuliani (no relation to Rudy) and Abby Taylor, is to make use of principally plant-based elements, particularly acai and fruit. They’re additionally identified for being severe about sustainability — with 50% reclaimed constructing supplies, LED lighting, partnerships with native recycling efforts, and recycled/biodegradable bowls, spoons and lids. In line with the company workplace, over the subsequent few months the model will develop into West Boca Raton, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, downtown Miami and Coral Gables. 75 E. Indiantown Highway, Jupiter (Concourse Village);

Gained-Tom’s, Deerfield Seashore

A mashup of Mexican, seafood bites and Asian road meals, this new restaurant from Troy Ganter (Papa’s Uncooked Bar in Lighthouse Level) is scheduled to open subsequent spring inside The Cove Purchasing Heart on the Intracoastal Waterway. The menu, created by Papa’s Uncooked Bar chef Chad Wyrosdick, continues to be being finalized, however ought to embody dim sum, bao buns, road tacos produced from wonton shells, fried rice and panko-crusted wahoo bites. Ganter’s Gained-Tom’s is one in every of a number of new eateries anticipated to shuffle into The Cove plaza, which is present process a multimillion-dollar makeover from LM Restaurants (The Cove Waterfront Restaurant & Tiki Bar, Fortunate Fish Pompano, Oceanic). 813 SE thirteenth Court docket, Deerfield Seashore;

Pelican's SnoBalls, a sweet-shop franchise serving New Orleans-style sno-balls, expects to open this winter in Coral Springs.

Pelican’s SnoBalls, Coral Springs

South Floridians gained’t encounter snow this winter however they are going to, apparently, see SnoBalls. This North Carolina-spun, shaved-ice franchise touting 100-plus flavors plans to debut someday earlier than 12 months’s finish inside the Magnolia Shoppes plaza. Don’t confuse them with snow cones: These are New Orleans-style sno-balls, a regional confection that’s finely shaved and fluffier than the crunchy and coarse, sugar syrup-coated balls of ice usually seen at carnivals. Flavors embody carrot cake and cream soda, pomegranate and pink champagne, strawberry cheesecake and butterscotch. This might be Pelican’s first South Florida location after a Deerfield Seashore outpost opened pre-pandemic however closed in early 2022. 9641 Westview Drive, Coral Springs;

Little Mike’s Pizzeria, Pembroke Pines

This New York-style slice store owned by Michael Temchuk is increasing in November to Pembroke Pines’ Palm Sq. plaza, throughout the road from Metropolis Heart. Little Mike’s, which opened its North Lauderdale flagship two years in the past, provides pizzeria staples — garlic knots, rooster wings, pasta dishes and pies with 17 totally different toppings — in addition to specialties similar to Caesar salad served in bread bowls, pepperoni pinwheels, rooster parmesan paninis and deep-fried Oreos. 9843 Pines Blvd., Pembroke Pines;

Orlando-based franchise Jeremiah’s Italian Ice is expected to open its latest location in Palm Beach Gardens sometime before the end of this year.

Jeremiah’s Italian Ice, Palm Seashore Gardens

This Orlando-based Italian ice franchise expects to open its ninth South Florida candy store off PGA Boulevard in Palm Seashore Gardens someday earlier than 12 months’s finish. The 26-year-old Jeremiah’s scoops gelato, soft-serve ice cream and 40 flavors of Italian ice, starting from horchata and pumpkin pie to gingerbread and spicy sizzling chocolate. One other Jeremiah’s location would observe in Stuart in early 2023. 11602 U.S. Freeway 1, Palm Seashore Gardens;

Crema Gourmand Espresso Bar, Fort Lauderdale

This all-day breakfast coffeehouse expects to debut by late fall on Las Olas Boulevard, shuffling into the area as soon as occupied by Offerdahl’s Off-The-Grill. As with its sister cafes, Crema slings egg sandwiches on baguettes and croissants, avocado toast, acai bowls, oatmeal, chocolate-chip pancakes and 21 kinds of espresso and tea. The Miami-based chain has been in fast franchising mode since 2021, including a flurry of areas to Hallandale Beach, Davie and Miami Seashore, with future spots destined for Boca Raton, Lauderdale-by-the-Sea and Dania Seashore (inside Dania Pointe). 401 E. Las Olas Blvd., Suite 190, Fort Lauderdale;

Pubbelly Sushi, West Palm Seashore

The Japanese-Latin fusion sushi restaurant based by chef Jose Mendin (a five-time James Beard Award semifinalist) plans to open its subsequent location on hip Clematis Road in downtown West Palm Seashore. The three,200-square-foot eatery will anchor the soon-to-open Banyan & Olive workplace constructing. The tavern, slated to open within the third quarter of 2023, might be adorned with Japanese manga-inspired illustrations, and its common menu objects embody quick rib and truffle dumplings, tostones con ceviche, the butter krab roll and bao buns. Extra areas are additionally heading to Fort Lauderdale, Pembroke Pines and Boca Raton in 2023. 111 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Seashore;

Kanpai, Boca Raton

Closed greater than a 12 months after a fire caused structural damage to the restaurant in July 2021, this Japanese sushi-barbecue mashup registered to Lian He is readying its second act. The restaurant plans to reopen in December with an up to date inside and redesigned menu that may nonetheless embody sushi boats, hibachi fried rice, sashimi and nigiri, in addition to Korean-influenced bibimbap, bulgogi and seafood pancakes. 20 N. Federal Freeway, Boca Raton; 561-361-8688;

The Hollywood Donut Manufacturing facility, Fort Lauderdale

Because the identify says, this candy spot is in Hollywood — however a second location is headed for Fort Lauderdale’s vibrant enclave, Las Olas Boulevard, someday this winter. Brother-and-sister homeowners Kat and Bobby Palushaj bought what was previously Dandee Donuts in 2019 and adjusted the identify, up to date the menu and tweaked a number of the recipes. Whereas the Hollywood store serves breakfast and lunch, the long run Las Olas store will solely provide donuts and drinks. The plan is to have specialty donuts unique to the Fort Lauderdale location. 610 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale;

Maple and Cream Restaurant, Plantation

This new brunch restaurant specializing in espresso and prodigious latte artwork plans to open this fall by the previous Style Mall, a slight jog north of the Plantation Walk hullabaloo. No full menu is out there but on the restaurant, which is registered to manager-partner David Gonzalez, however ought to embody eggs, pancakes, cinnamon rolls, mimosas and different comfort-food fare. 375 N. College Drive, Plantation;

Verino’s Pizzeria & Grill, Fort Lauderdale

The recipes for Verino’s Pizzeria & Grill will come from buddies with eating places in Boston’s North Finish neighborhood — with menu fare similar to brick-oven, thin-crust pizza, lasagna, grilled skewers of steak ideas, lamb, rooster or house-made sausage. That’s the plan for husband-and-wife homeowners Brian Turnbull and Sayaka Tobimatsu, who assume Verino’s will open someday this winter, probably in early January within the former spot of Jade Palace Restaurant, throughout Dawn Boulevard from The Galleria mall. Tobimatsu is from Tokyo, the place generations of her household ran an eatery within the leisure enclave Asakusa for greater than 150 years. After getting a hospitality administration diploma from Florida Worldwide College, she labored for Benihana and the Ritz-Carlton. Turnbull labored within the on line casino business in Connecticut and Boston. Verino’s is known as after his grandparents who immigrated from Italy. The 2 met at Onerous Rock Resort & On line casino and determined they needed to boost a household in SoFlo. “We love the artwork and science of creating pizza,” Turnbull says. 2465 E. Dawn Blvd., Fort Lauderdale

Skillets, Delray Seashore

This Naples-born, breakfast-lunch diner chain based by Ross and Noreen Edlund in 1995 plans to open its 14th Florida location inside buzzy Delray Market later this winter. True to its namesake, the diner slings skillets that embody keto and corned beef hash, together with potato pancakes and blueberry blintzes, Denver omelets and smoked-salmon benedicts, and Crêpes Suzette and vegetable frittatas. For lunch, there are salads, paninis, wraps and sandwiches similar to Reubens and triple-decker BLTs. 14851 Lyons Highway, Suite 134, Delray Seashore;

Bounce Sporting Membership, Delray Seashore

Billed as an upscale sports activities lounge, this high-end boîte from New York’s BrandIt Hospitality Group is predicted to open on the north aspect of the 150,000-square-foot Delray Beach Market food hall in spring 2023. The luxe sports activities bar, which operates areas in Chicago, Manhattan and Montauk, N.Y., will tout a financial institution of flat-screen TV units flickering with soccer, baseball, boxing and different sports activities, together with craft cocktails, bottle service, DJs and elevated pub meals. Bounce’s Delray menu isn’t but accessible, however its New York flagship serves hamburgers, seared hanger steak with chimichurri and curly fries, Buffalo rooster and truffle mushroom flatbreads, bone-in wings and rooster strips tossed in housemade sauces. 33 SE Third Ave., Delray Seashore;

Duck Donuts, Miramar

This North Carolina-born franchise slinging fried-to-order doughnuts goals to open a second South Florida location in early 2023 at Miramar Park Place, a brand new shopping center near the Broward County line. Deep-fried in duck fats, these vanilla cake-based rings are topped with glazes (blueberry, lemon, maple), toppings (chopped bacon, Oreo cookies) and drizzles (sizzling fudge, raspberry). Breakfast sandwiches, made with halved donuts, are equally decadent, as are its doughnut sundaes and milkshakes. The franchise’s different South Florida location is in Boca Raton. 11225 Miramar Parkway, Suite 205, Miramar;

A wood-fired pizza at Tucci's Fire N Coal Pizza, which is planning to open its second location in Boca Raton by year's end.

Tucci’s Fireplace N Coal Pizza, Boca Raton

This Boca Raton-born pizzeria, which makes a speciality of wood-fired pies blistered with flavorful char, plans to open its first sister location this December on Yamato Road, within the area previously occupied by Seafood Road Eatery. Homeowners Alberto and Melanie Aletto, who additionally function the unique Tucci’s, serve 10 forms of pies fired at 750 levels, together with salads, rigatoni and oven-roasted wings and meatballs. 341 E. Yamato Highway, Boca Raton;

Pummarola Pizzeria Napoletana, Fort Lauderdale

With a bit of luck, this eighth location, in Fort Lauderdale, will open in about six months. The most recent Pummarola Pizzeria Napoletana has to do a whole buildout, turning what was an lawyer’s workplace right into a restaurant. However the location — behind the Broward Heart for the Performing Arts on the foot of the drawbridge on Avenue of the Arts — was irresistible to the 4 brothers who personal the boutique chain of Pummarolas. Lorenzo, Alessandro, Adelchi and Larry Mele imported their grandmother’s authentic eatery from Naples to South Florida, the place there are actually areas in Boca Raton, Midtown Miami, Miami Seashore, Kendall (in The Falls) and Coral Gables. There are additionally two Spanish areas, in Ibiza and Barcelona. The very first thing that catches your eye if you go to a Pummarola Pizzeria Napoletana is the sawed-in-half Fiat 500 mounted on the wall, a nod to nonna Rosa Donna Rummo, who was identified to instrument round city in her crimson sportscar (which Neopolitans stated regarded like a tomato, or “pummarola” within the dialect of southern Italy). However when you get previous that, “the elements are what actually shine at Pummarola,” says Larry Mele. “They vary from San Marzano tomatoes to imported [double 0] pizza flour, smoked buffalo mozzarella … [Protected Designation of Origin] Parma Prosciutto. These are just some of examples of the premium merchandise used.” 620 W Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale;

Retired NBA player Shaquille O'Neal smiles during the grand opening celebration of Big Chicken, Shaq's new fast-casual chicken restaurant in Las Vegas on Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2018. (Richard Brian/Las Vegas Review-Journal via AP)

Huge Hen, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Seashore

NBA Corridor-of-Famer Shaquille O’Neal is sending his Big Chicken franchise to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, the primary two of 45 fast-casual eating places destined for the Sunshine State in 2022 and 2023. Huge Hen’s play for South Florida comes from a partnership between O’Neal and Davie-based DMD Ventures, proprietor of a number of native Papa Johns and Twin Peaks. Based by O’Neal in 2018, and impressed by the favourite flavors of the previous Miami Warmth participant’s childhood, the fast-casual eatery slings fried-chicken sandwiches such because the Huge & Sloppy with mac and cheese and fried onions and the Shaq Assault with pepper jack, jalapeño slaw and spicy chipotle barbecue sauce. No addresses are but accessible, however future outpost are deliberate for Miami, Tampa, Orlando and Fort Myers.

The Blind Monk, West Palm Seashore

Wine bar and hip hotspot The Blind Monk will relocate from The Whitney condominium on Evernia Road to the stylish soon-to-open AKA Resort, additionally in vibey downtown West Palm Seashore. As of now, the eight-story resort is predicted to open in November. The Blind Monk opened in 2010 beneath the auspices of former U.S. Marine Capt. Ben Lubin, who can be graduate of the French Culinary Institute and a licensed sommelier. 695 S. Olive Ave., West Palm Seashore;

Stalk & Spade, a vegan eatery opening soon at the Promenade at Coconut Creek, will feature a variety of meatless burgers, "chick'n" sandwiches and nuggets, fries and wraps.

Stalk & Spade, Coconut Creek

Touting plant-based, dairy-free consolation meals, this Minnesota-made vegan chain plans to debut an outpost this fall contained in the Promenade at Coconut Creek. Stalk’s 1,800-square-foot area, behind World of Beer, will provide six meatless hamburgers, so-called “chick’n” sandwiches and nuggets, fries, wraps and oat milk shakes. It’s one in every of 5 new South Florida areas for Stalk, with others scheduled in Plantation and Miami later this fall. 4437 Lyons Highway, Suite E105, Coconut Creek;

Fast-casual Greek and Lebanese offerings will be part of Mazza Kitchen when it debuts in Fort Lauderdale later this summer.

Mazza Kitchen, Fort Lauderdale

This fast-casual eatery from Faris Bushnaq, proprietor of the 15-year-old Mazza Mediterranean Delicacies in Pembroke Pines, is predicted to open by November in Fort Lauderdale’s 1600 Commons plaza (the place Dealer Joe’s is positioned). Clients will have the ability to select from proteins, in addition to vegetarian and vegan choices, to construct their bowls, pitas and salads. 1530 N. Federal Freeway, Fort Lauderdale; 954-630-3777;

Samuel Woods (right), chef and owner of Down the Rabbit Hole, and his business partner and local historian, Emmanuel George. The plan is to create an art event space dedicated to Black artists and historical pioneers within the restaurant in Delray Beach's Pineapple Grove.

Down the Rabbit Gap, Delray Seashore

When he planted his flagship Rabbit Hole in Pompano Beach last year, chef Samuel Woods crafted an all-vegan menu aimed squarely at meat-eaters. He created sizzling canines, rooster wings, Korean-style meatballs and hamburgers with out dairy or meat, however as an alternative with plant-based elements that mimic their crunch and texture. His new sister restaurant, set to open this November in Delray Seashore’s Pineapple Grove, is even curiouser. This part-restaurant, part-art occasion area might be a partnership with native historian Emmanuel George, serving plant-based wings and burgers alongside reveals from native Black artists and pioneers. Many works might be sourced from close by Delray Seashore Historic Society, the Arts Warehouse, Spady Cultural Heritage Museum and Arts Storage, and the area can even host e-book golf equipment, poetry readings and movie screenings. Rabbit Gap’s Pompano authentic will stay open. 311 NE Second Ave., Delray Seashore; TheRabbitHole.Life

South PMP Bar & Kitchen, Pompano Seashore

If Jet Runway Café is proprietor Mike Linder’s love letter to aviation and YOT Bar & Kitchen is his mash notice to the ocean, then his latest restaurant, South PMP, is securely on terra firma. Linder’s Southern consolation meals kitchen expects to debut in early 2023 in Pompano’s Previous City district, anchoring a wave of latest eating places and artwork areas opening quickly off the nook of Atlantic Boulevard and North Dixie Freeway. 165 NE First Ave., Pompano Seashore;

Anthony’s Runway 84, Fort Lauderdale

Again in Might, Anthony’s Runway 84 closed its doorways in preparation for a $3 million makeover. If every thing goes proper, the eating establishment hopes to reopen later this fall, simply in time to commemorate its 40th anniversary. The vibe could have a contemporary Italian supper membership really feel. Along with a brand new look, Runway 84 plans to unveil a revitalized menu, a brand new beverage program and the addition of a non-public eating room. Proprietor Anthony Bruno (Andy’s Reside Fireplace Grill & Bar) has partnered with fellow restaurateurs Pat Marzano (ex-owner of Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza) and Marc Falsetto (Handcrafted Hospitality restaurant group). 330 W. State Highway 84, Fort Lauderdale; 954-467-8484;

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