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Jan. – Feb. 2018 | Issue 32

Coastal Culture | Palm Beach & Broward County

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COMMUNITY ARTS & CULTURE PRESENTS

THE ROAD TO

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26TH

SANBA ZAO Legendary Haitian Roots Artist

SHOWTIME AT 9:00PM NO COVER / 21 & OVER

SATURDAY, JANUARY 27TH

CORTADITO

NAG CHAMPAYONS

SHOWTIME AT 4:00PM NO COVER / ALL AGES

SHOWTIME AT 9:00PM NO COVER / 21 & OVER

Cuban Folk Music a la Buena Vista Social Club

AfroGalactic Tropidelic Sounds

the Road to Afro Roots begins at

GUANABANAS Island Restaurant & Bar 960 NORTH HIGHWAY A1A JUPITER, FL 33477 • WWW.GUANABANAS.COM

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CONTENTS

THE FOOD ISSUE 16

Do You Even Brunch, Bro? A guide to some of the top local brunches with an option to fit your every mood.

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Grandview Public Market West Palm Beach’s newest culinary experience.

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CURRENTS 31

Music We explore a variety of our area’s top venues where you can get both delicious food and listen to some tasty live tunes.

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Drink A local sommelier gives us a lesson in some unique ways to pair beer and wine.

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Sports FAU Football just wrapped up their best season yet. Read how the Owls were able to turn it all around in just one year.


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PUBLISHER Dustin Wright | Dustin@theatlanticcurrent.com

ASSOCIATE EDITOR Danny Wright | Dan@theatlanticcurrent.com

PUBLICATION DESIGN Richard Vergez | richardvergez.com

PHOTOGRAPHY Ben Hicks | bocaratonphoto.com

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Libby Volgyes Jack Bates

WRITERS Darien Davies David Rolland Savannah Sheehan

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS Steven Gonzalez Mariya Kovacheva

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STEP UP YOUR BRUNCH GAME.

THERE ARE MANY REASONS WHY OUR SUNDAY BRUNCH IS CONTINUALLY VOTED ONE OF THE BEST BRUNCHES IN PALM BEACH COUNTY. COME EXPERIENCE IT FOR YOURSELF AND FIND OUT WHY.

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WEST PALM BEACH 519 CLEMATIS STREET


COMMUNITY

LOCAL N EWS JAN/FEB 2018

Mathews Brewing Co., Lake Worth’s First Brewery, Is Now Open!

WPB Collective Joins Other New Business Concepts In Reimagined City Place

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he retail landscape continues to change and evolve across the U.S., and the developers behind WPB’s iconic City Place, which opened in 2000 are staying ahead of the curve to keep customers coming back again and again. Broadly speaking, City Place will be continually adding new retail, dining, and cultural experiences to the mix, responding to the evolution of retail in general.

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f you live in or around Lake Worth and wondered if or when you’d have your very own local brewery, your wait is over. Right out of the gate Mathews plans to have 14 beers on tap, with quite a few that catch our eye including the L-Dub Tropical Ale, an American-session pale ale featuring notes of citra, mosaic, and el dorado. A couple others to check out are the Stardog, an American Brown Ale, and Florida Haze, a New England Style IPA. Plus, they have a cask program with 2-4 of those brews on tap at a time.

WPB Collective is a fresh concept that opened in December. The Collective, which occupies nearly 5000 square feet of space features pop-up shops and experiences that showcase carefully curated Palm Beach County goods of all types. Companies at the Collective will change from time to time, giving locals and visitors alike a reason to visit and see what’s new.

They’re open every day except Mondays with $1 off pints for happy hour Tuesday-Friday from 4-6pm.

Among the several shops that are now open include Pumphouse Coffee Roasters and Dreamallows. The crew at Pumphouse get their beans from the top 1% of coffee farmers around the globe to get the optimal flavor, sweetness, and body from their hands on roasting process. They will “roast to order” in small batches and they even offer weekly and monthly coffee subscriptions, so you can get your beans delivered right to your door. Dreamallows features handcrafted stuffed marshmallows using a flavored ganache using Callebaut German Chocolate, the very best in Belgium chocolate. Flavors include raspberry, s’more, salted caramel, and more. You can order online and pick them up at the store or have them shipped to you. Other vendors include Vagabond Apparel Boutique, Uncommon James by Kristen Cavallar, Lola Chiq and Moonlight Radiance.

130 South H Street, Lake Worth

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Hours: Tues and Wed 11am-8pm, Thurs-Sat 11am-9pm, Sun 11am-5pm

The “Highway To Ale” taproom has open views of the brewery operation and their outdoor garden provides a cool setting along with a stage for local bands. Also, if you want to just drop by and fill your Growler or Crowler, they have you covered.

WPB Collective Photos by Ian Jacob

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EVENTS 17

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Jackson Browne

Art Fort Lauderdale

Of Good Nature

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@ Hard Rock Live @ Guanabanas

17-21 Art Palm Beach

@ PB County Convention Center

19 Brass Knucklehead

@ The Duck Tavern — Boca

FEB 8TH

Ordinary Boys—A Tribute to The Smiths and Morrissey Photo: Nathan Hamler

G. LOVE & SPECIAL SAUCE @ CULTURE ROOM Celebrating their 25th anniversary tour, G. Love & Special Sauce are sure to pull out all the stops (pun intended). They’ll be touring everywhere from Hawaii to Ohio to Canada, and of course, South Florida. Catch them at Fort Lauderdale’s Culture Room. Doors open at 7:30pm. Purchase tickets at ticketmaster.com JANUARY 3

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Donna The Buffalo

Moody Blues—Days of Future Passed Tour

@ Funky Biscuit

After Funk

@ Hard Rock Live

@ Guanabanas

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Uproot Hootenanny Live @ Boston’s on the Beach

Mona Lisa Tribe @

Chris Rock

@ Hard Rock Live

Mingo Fishtrap @ Funky Biscuit

The String Assassins @ The Brewhouse Gallery

Subculture Coffee — Delray

Graham Bonnet Band

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Official Florida Jazz and Blues Jam PreShow feat. Chris O’Leary Band And Betty Fox Band @ Funky Biscuit

Sunshine Music Festival

@ The Irishman

Spred The Dub

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South Florida Fair—17 Days of National Concert Acts, Midway Rides, Exhibits, and more

@ Boston’s on the Beach

Medicated Sunfish Live

Uproot Hootenanny

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Monday Night Reggae

@ Guanabanas

West Palm Beach Green Market— Downtown

Boca Green Market

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Kevin Maines and The Volts

@ The Kelsey Theater

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Funky Biscuit Presents: Free Fallin’— A Tribute To Tom Perry

@ Funky Biscuit

Josh Miles Live

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@ Birch State Park

feat. Sanba Zoa

They Might Be Giants

@ The Culture Room

The Helmsmen

@ Florida State Fair (Coca Cola Stage)

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Petty Hearts—Tom Petty Tribute

@ The Brewhouse Gallery

Afro Roots Fest Day 1 @ Guanabanas

The Travelin’ McCourys w/ Uproot Hootenanny

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B-Side Band Live

@ ER Bradleys — WPB

Wolfpack Band

@ Guanabanas

@ Revolution Live

Uproot Hootenanny

@ The Kelsey Theater

2018 South Florida Folk Festival

@ South Florida Fair (Community Stage)

@ Royal Palm Place (Every Saturday 8a-1p)

Birdman’s Clambake (Happy Hour)

@ Intercoastal Waterway

@ Waterfront Commons

@ Boston’s On The Beach

Burtonlesque—A Burlesque Tribute to Tim Burton @ The Kelsey Theater

Afro Fest Day 2

@ Guanabanas feat. Cordadito and Nag Champayons

DeadPhish Orchestra @ The Funky Biscuit

Yonder Mountain String Band @ Culture Room

The Machine (Pink Floyd Tribute) @ Coral Springs Center for the Arts

27-28 Boca Raton Fine Art Show @ Sanborn Square

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@ Mizner Park feat. Tedeschi Trucks Band, Hot Tuna, Foundation of Funk, and more

The Killers

Creedence Clearwater Revival Revisited @

Life In Color Festival

Blue Tuesday’s

@ Mana Wynwood—Miami

Funky Biscuit Presents: Sunshine Music

Festival After Party w/ The Heavy Pets, DJ Logic, MonoNeon, and other Special Guests

Uproot Hootenanny @ Sunshine Music Fest After-Party @ The Dubliner

@ American Airlines Arena

Coral Springs Center for The Arts

@ Boston’s on the Beach (Every Tuesday)

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Martin Sexton

Jimmy Webb

@ Old School Square — Delray

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@ Old School Square — Delray

The Firewater Tent Revival @ Guanabanas

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U P C O M I N G

S H O W S

FRIDAY, JANUARY 5 & SATURDAY, JANUARY 6 PETER FOGEL’S “TILL DEATH DO US PART… YOU FIRST!”

T H U R S D AY, F E B R U A R Y 8 THE MCCARTNEY PROJECT

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12 GRAHAM BONNET BAND

F R I D AY, F E B R U A R Y 9 MICHAEL SWEET (FROM STRYPER)

SATURDAY, JANUARY 13 ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW

S AT U R D AY, F E B R U A R Y 1 0 DON JAMISON & JIM FLORENTINE

FRIDAY, JANUARY 19 ORDINA RY BOYS: A TRIBUTE TO THE SMITH’S AND MORRISSEY

S U N D AY, F E B R U A R Y 1 1 VAGINAL MYSTERY TOUR

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26 MUTTS GONE NUTS

F R I D AY, F E B R U A R Y 1 6 - 1 8 M A P L E W O O D P L AY H O U S E P R E S E N T S S H O U T

SATURDAY, JANUARY 27 BURTONLESQUE

F R I D AY, F E B R U A R Y 2 3 NEIL HILBORN

S U N D AY, J A N U A R Y 2 8 MARC “SKIPPY” PRICE & VIET HUYNH

S AT U R D AY, F E B R U A R Y 2 4 TRUE RUMORS

S AT U R D AY, F E B R U A R Y 3 KEVIN MAX (FROM DC TALK)

S U N D AY, F E B R U A R Y 2 5 YOUNG IRELANDERS

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EVENTS

FEBRUARY 1 Tab Benoit

@ The Funky Biscuit

2 Mona Lisa Tribe @ Respectable Street

Future Prezidents @ Guanabanas

3 Uproot Hootenanny @ Two Georges At The Cove — Deerfield Beach

Kevin Max from DC Talk @ The Kelsey Theater

After Funk

@ Guanabanas

4 Jupiter Green and Artisan Market —150 US Hwy 1 (Every Sunday 10a-2p)

Original Video Game Console Night @ The Brewhouse Gallery

5 Monday Night Reggae

@ Boston’s on the Beach (every Monday Night)

7 California Guitar Trio @ Old School Square — Delray

Dynamo w/ Electric Kif @ Guanabanas

FEB16-25

DELRAY BEACH OPEN Catch some of the world’s best tennis players right in Delray Beach. Coming into it’s 25th year, the Delray Open always brings great action with the unmatched South Florida atmosphere, making it a tournament unlike any other. See top ATP players like Milos Raonic, Jack Sock, Juan Martin Del Potro and more compete in one of only ten ATP World Tour Events in the U.S. Plus, you can enjoy live music, food and drinks in between sets. Purchase tickets at yellowtennisball.com 9-10

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Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre

Mike Love and Jungle Man Sam

Delray Beach Open

Mona Lisa Tribe

@ The Funky Biscuit

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South Florida Garlic Festival — Delray Beach

@ Culture Room

9 The People Upstairs

@ Rhum Shak — Lake Worth

Roots of a Rebellion @ Guanabanas

@ Boynton Beach Arts District

10-11 Boca Raton Seafood and Music Festival @ Mizner Park Amp

11 Vaginal Mystery Tour @ The Kelsey Theater

Deerfield Beach Green Market

@ The Cove (Every Sunday 8-2)

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Uproot Hootenanny @ Boston’s on the Beach — Delray

Blue Tuesdays

Southern Tier

EarthKry

Oogee Wawa

True Rumors

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Uproot Hootenanny

Young Irelanders

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JJ Grey and Mofro

Jonathan Edwards @ Old School Square — Delray

16 The Beach Boys (Wild Honey Tour) @ Kravis Center

JL Fulks

@ The Kelsey Theater @ Guanabanas

@ Deck 84

Robert Cray Band @ Parker Playhouse — Ft Lauderdale

@ The Duck Tavern — Boca

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Roots of Creation

Groove Thangs Reunion Concert

@ Guanabanas

16-17 A Very Special Evening with Jess Photo: RobertYoung Clark Colin @ The Funky Biscuit

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@ WPB Green Market

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Art Walk

Pro Tennis Tournament feat. Tennis Legends and Top Ranked ATP Players

@ Hard Rock Live

Don Jamison

Van Morrison

G Love and Special Sauce

Bad Company

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@ Kelsey Theater

@ Boston’s on the Beach (Every Tuesday)

@ Jim Florentine @ The Kelsey Theater

@ James L. Knight Center —Miami

Photo: Hal Goldman

@ Guanabanas @ The Kelsey Theater

@ The Kelsey Theater

@ The Fillmore — Miami Beach

28 Broken Arrow—Neil Young Tribute

@ Funky Biscuit

@ Old School Square — Delray

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Broccoli Samurai

Neil Hilborn

@ The Kelsey Theater

@ Guanabanas


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DO YOU EVEN BRUNCH, BRO? Eight Brunch Spots You Should Already Know About By Darien Davies

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et’s face it, brunch is always a good idea. The unlimited mimosas are flowing, the outfits are on point, and the food is always delicious. Brunch also helps to make the weekend seem longer. Even more so if you can make it last into the evening. If you do, you are a trooper and deserve some sort of award (I think it’s called a hangover). If you’re not sure what type of brunch you’re in the mood for, have no fear my weekend warrior, there’s plenty to choose from. So here’s a toast to a fun brunch with your fun bunch, and hope the next five days move fast so we can do it all again.

IF YOU WANT BEATS, BOOZE AND BRUNCH: KAPOW! NOODLE BAR

The only thing limited here is the menu, but who’s complaining? Their brunch items are packed with some serious flavor, the DJ is blasting some serious beats, and the drinks are seriously delicious, so everything adds up to one seriously good brunch spot. Begin your east-side journey with the DIY Tito’s bloody mary bar ($6) or their bottomless mimosas or Sapporo ($15) and let that soak in for a bit. It would be a fun idea to invite enough people so you could order one of everything on the menu, but if you don’t feel like organizing seven other people, just frequent often. The kimchi benedict is devilishly good and is made with poached eggs, crispy pork belly, kimchi hollandaise, hash and a toasted English muffin ($14), and so is the Wagyu steak burger, made with a Kobe-style Wagyu blend, grilled pineapple bacon onion jam, Asian slaw and Togarashi fries ($16). If you want sweet, bite into their Thai donuts, which are warm buttermilk donuts, raspberry-lychee sauce, and leche condensada ($10), or get savory with the wild mushroom omelette, with wokked mushrooms, garlic chives, shallots, truffle, parmesan and hash ($14). Whatever your pleasure, your ears, mouth, eyes and belly are guaranteed to relish the ride to Asian flavor town, and you can especially enjoy the fact that it’s #notmondayyet. 431 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432 (561) 347-7322 www.kapownoodlebar.com

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IF YOU WANT TO GET FUNKY: REBEL HOUSE

Magic dust in their food or not, this place is funky and exactly what the doctor ordered. The vibe is chill, the furniture mismatched, and there’s art covering almost every inch of the walls, so it’s a perfect spot to get lost for a few hours as you delve into their intense menu and some rebelious conversation. Their “Wake and Bake” brunch is super popular (can’t imagine why) and their menu is the perfect combination of weird and wonderful. A great idea is to start with their tasty libations so you can peruse the menu whilst wetting your palate, so order their sangria by the carafe ($12), “all you can handle” mimosas ($15), “Dirty South” bloody mary ($14, or stacked with meat and cheese for $22), or Kombulicious Kombucha ($5). Speaking of meat and cheese, they cure their meats and bacon in house, so it’d be rude not to start with their meat and cheese platter, aka Chef’s Last Meal, ($14/$26) or their hot charcuterie, with housesmoked bacon selections, seasonal sausage, mustard, pickles, bacon jam and charred bread ($16). Now that the stomach growls have subsided, move along to the classic (and incredibly popular) eggs benedict with house-made Canadian bacon, English muffin, poached eggs, hollandaise and two-potato hash ($15) or go rogue with their Rebel burger ($16) that you can even top with foie gras ($13) if you’re feeling fancy. Honestly, you could order everything off of the menu (good thing you came prepared), like their ricotta doughnuts ($13), Mongolian Brussels sprouts ($13), or the addictive Smoking Hash Phatty Burrito ($16). Yes, you will need a nap afterward, and yes, it’ll be worth it. 297 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, FL 33432 (561) 353-5888 www.lifetastesbetter.com

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If you want some grappa with the girls: LOUIE BOSSI

Sometimes you just want to brunch without yelling, sweating or being crammed. For this, I present you with Louie Bossi. Their environment is comfortable, their dishes large and delicious, and the so-glad-it’sthe-weekend drinks are always rolling. You are welcome to take a table inside or on their outside patio area that will make you feel like you’re in a small village in Italy. The menu is perfect for sharing, but I would definitely start with the unlimited mimosas, endless bloody marys, bottomless Bossi Bellinis or infinite Aperol spritzes ($13), and keep them to myself. The menu features their regular menu items as well as brunch items, which include scrambled eggs on avocado toast ($13.50), eggs al forno on oven roasted polenta ($12.5) and a whole-grain Nutella waffle ($12.50). If you feel like starting off exactly how you would in Italy, then you and the pals should order a selection of their salumi and/or formaggio and snack on that for a few while you have a few more Aperol spritzes. It’s Italy, there’s no rush. As if the food and drink could get any more lovely, there’s a DJ every weekend so you can definitely brunch #likeabossi and really feel like you’re in a far away land that has no Mondays. So mangiare, bere, dance, and repeat. 100 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, FL 33432

(561) 336-6699

1032 East Las Olas Blvd, Downtown Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33301 (Prices are slightly different at Ft. Lauderdale location)

www.louiebossi.com

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IF YOU WANT TO CARB AND COCKTAIL LOAD: LYNORA’S

If you want to feel like you’re in someone’s Italian home where you’re invited to eat, drink and stay a while, this is it. Lynora’s offers homemade Italian food with a twist, taking traditional recipes and elevating them to a West Palm Beach and Jupiter vibe. They bring you brunch Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and what better way to start your weekend days than with oodles of noodles and a belly full of bellinis. First course is, naturally, either sangria pitchers ($12), Deep Eddy vodka $5 you-call-its, or bottomless bellinis, mimosas or Peroni ($18). Once you’re warmed up, get ready to have a difficult time picking what you’d like to eat. Their menu is extensive and attractive, and definitely includes something for everyone. The Wild Shroom artisan pizza, made with wild mushrooms, mozzarella, ham and truffle oil ($20.50) is cooked in their wood-fire pizza oven and perfect for getting the tastebuds rolling. If you want more breakfast items, try the lemon ricotta waffles with walnuts and housemade ricotta ($12.50) or the duck omelette with spinach, caramelized onion and mozzarella ($16.50). However, you cannot leave the table without indulging in the burrata, with arugula, tomatoes and EVOO ($14.50), to which you can even add prosciutto ($5). You can brunch, and then you can Lynora’s brunch. Choose wisely. 207 Clematis St., West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 899-3117 1548 US-1, Jupiter, FL 33469 (561) 203-2702 www.lynoras.com

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IF YOU WANT COOL, CALM AND KIND-OF COLLECTED: TAP 42

Tap 42 offers you indoor and outdoor seating, an extensive menu, bottomless with options, and plenty of encouragement to stay a while and lazily drag out your weekend. This would be a great place to visit and then, let’s say, have a crazy rest of your day with errands to Home Depot and maybe Bed, Bath & Beyond if there’s time. It’s a smart move to start off your dining experience with their $20 libations, including mimosas, bloody marys, Funky Buddha Floridian, as well as $5 Froze and Frojito. They conveniently leave a bottle of champagne and a carafe of OJ on your table so you don’t have to wait for refills on each individual glass, which is the worst when you’re trying to drink your brunch. As far as the menu is concerned, be prepared to not know what you want. Options range from The Drunken Goat, which is a lamb and beef blend, whipped goat cheese, arugula, tomato, onion, purple haze raspberry jam and dijonaisse for $15.50, to white chocolate strawberry pancakes for $14. If the unlimited drinks aren’t hair-of-the-dog enough for you, sink your teeth into The Hangover II, which is a sunny side up egg, smashed avocado, hash brown, white cheddar, crispy bacon, truffle aioli and a toasted challah bun for $14.50, or The Prohibition might do the trick, with a Tap 42 burger blend, Applewood bacon, white cheddar, lettuce, tomato, onion, secret sauce and dijonaisse for $14.50. They do offer vegan, vegetarian and gluten free items so can accommodate even those on the strictest of diets. So grab a seat, enjoy a drink, take a bite, and cheers to a weekend well done. 5050 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton, FL (561) 235-5819

IF YOU WANT TO RAGE: SALT7

Salt7’s brunch is not for the faint of heart. If you woke up early Sunday morning to GTL so you can rage later, this is your spot. The brunch begins fairly normal at 11 a.m. with no shortage of pretty people and delicious entrees, not to mention AYCD Charles Lafitte champagne mimosas and Stoli bloody marys ($24). I recommend getting down on some of their steak and eggs ($27), fried chicken and red velvet waffles ($19), or the boozie French toast casserole ($15) early on in your visit. This will allow you to have your mouth free to have #restingbrunchface and your hands free to hold your drinks and light sticks for the house party that happens around 2 p.m. It’s almost like a super sexy 4th of July party that is complete with sparklers, party music, neon lights, dance performers, fog machines, and every frothy, bubbling, frozen and electric-colored drink you can think of. They even close the curtains, dim the lights and pump the jams, so you are practically transformed to a club in Ibiza. Once the unlimited pre-party cocktails run out, you can upgrade the party punch to the Quaalude, made with Stoli vodka, Malibu rum, Blue Curacao, pineapple juice, club soda, Swedish fish, Gummy bears and orange slices ($210), or the Heaven & Hell, made with Van Gogh black cherry, strawberry liqueur, Cruzan blueberry lemonade rum, Sprite, lemon juice and simple syrup ($225). It’s a brunch without any rules, so party hard, party often, and just remember your shoes on the way out. 32 S.E. Second Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444 (561) 274-7258 www.salt7.com

1411 S Andrews Ave, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33316 (954) 463-4900 www.tap42.com

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IF YOU WANT TO CHILL: TUCKER DUKE’S

If you want to be laid back and lazy, but enjoy a menu that isn’t, come to Tucker Duke’s. They offer Southern-style, blue-plate dishes that are all muss without the fuss. They use local, seasonal and sustainable food sources when available, so you can consider a visit to them much like eating at your (super sweet) grandma’s house. Their brunch menu offers everything you didn’t know you wanted, all with a new, funky twist. Start off right with their unlimited mimosas/ poinsettas (champagne and cranberry juice) for $13, or any one (or several) of their craft draft beers, and then get ready for their pb&j bon-bons: fried peanut butter, seasonal jam and a milk shooter (three for $5). Dessert first, and no one is watching. If you’re into more sweets, go for the Oliver, which is a full stack of buttermilk pancakes, strawberry topping, maple syrup and whipped cream ($12). Or, go with more breakfast with their Fog Horn Leg Horn, which is a waffle sandwich, fried chicken, sunny side up eggs, sausage gravy and tater tots ($15). If you want a classic, and more savory dish, you can’t go wrong with the Tucker Duke, quite arguably their most popular menu item. This burger is made with fried onion rings, American cheese, Tucker sauce, lettuce and tomato ($13), and will send you into the best food coma imaginable. Now that you’ve unbuttoned the top button of your pants, take a stab at some of their $4 side items, including jalapeño and bacon mac & cheese, house made chips, pimento mac and cheese with bacon and more. Don’t forget to breathe. 1658 N. Federal Highway, Boca Raton, FL 33432 (561) 717-8153 | www.tuckerdukes.com 1101 South Powerline Road, Deerfield Beach, FL 33442 (954) 708-2035

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To put it simply, C.W.S. is perfect for brunch. Their outside garden is great for groups and features games, a TV wall, grass, bleachers, and tons of tables for sharing, and there’s also their cozy inside “den” with leather furniture and a fireplace. Their environment is only second to their food and drink menu. They not only feature more than 25 seasonal beers on draft, but also an extensive menu of whiskeys, wine and craft cocktails. During their Toast and Jam Brunch, they are kind enough to offer $20 AYCD (with mixing) mimosas, Aperol spritzs, bloody marys and sangria, which should definitely get the party started. Once you’re done with a game of corn hole or giant Jenga, dive into their limited yet powerful brunch menu. The shrimp and grits with sautéed Royal Red shrimp, creamy Anson Mills grits and crumbled smoked Red Ossabaw pig bacon ($16), or the chicken and waffles, with buttermilk fried organic Murray’s farm chicken, made-to-order waffles drizzled with hot sauce, butter maple syrup and fresh fruit ($16), are two Southern ways you can start your day. Or, go for one of their staples: the bacon and egg burger, made with C.W.S. signature blend of NY strip, brisket, chuck and short rib, Red Ossabaw pig bacon, caramelized onions and sharp cheddar with an organic fried egg ($19) which is good at any time of the day. Come one, come all, and prepare for a damn good time. 522 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth, FL 33460 (561) 318-5637 | www.cwslw.com

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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 specialty venue that serves and serves up the eclectic. Reminiscent of marketplaces both nationally (think NYC’s famed Chelsea Market) and globally, Vila’s concept for Grandview Public Market envisions a carefully curated selection of boutique restaurants and shops that provide a sophisticated and ultra-sensory experience for the patron. Described somewhat simply as a multi-vendor food hall, GPM has much to offer within its 14,000 square foot, repurposed, mid-century style warehouse. From a coffee shop to premium yet casual fare and onward to a local produce provider, GPM stands to serve as both a major destination for a family outing and a routine business lunch outing. >>

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Totaling 12 different vendors, GPM’s impressive line-up includes Clare’s, an upscale chicken joint and Poké Lab eatery, using sustainable, seasonal and natural ingredients in Hawaiian-inspired poké and sushiburritos. Food aside for a second though, spaces like the Incubator are set to be a rotating pop-up showcasing local talent, and Quinn, a shop featuring a plethora of chic home goods and unique products. Additional vendors include Celis Produce, a boutique farm to table grocer; Grace’s Fine Foods, a full service butcher; Crema, an all natural rolled ice cream shop; Zipitios, serving Mesoamerican fusion quick bites; Rabbit Coffee and last but not least, Olive Oil Of The World. GPM will also host recurring weekly events, with the focus on the community and bringing locals of all ages together. This will include live music on the weekends, game night on Mondays, a farmer’s market with Lox Farms on Wednesday evenings, wine tastings, and even movie nights. The venue exists not only as a dine-in and take-out communal market but as a platform to showcase specialized independent businesses and small local operations to the neighborhood and surrounding communities. With all of this said, how does something so seemingly lofty become a reality?

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It takes two! Chris worked closely alongside his wife, Kristen Vila as she oversaw the layout and interior design of this unique space. “While it was important that each space have its own identity, it was equally important that the market feel cohesive as a whole. I wanted GPM to have a sophisticated and playful feel within the industrial setting and that overall it felt inviting, clean and bright,” says Kristen.


This once single-function facility has been converted into a cultural hub for food and events in the West Palm Beach area. “We have certainly learned many lessons on what not to do in a build-out like this, but overall it’s been a very positive experience and we look forward to opening more. I have worn many different hats as we got this project to the finish line (construction manager, salesman, etc.)…as we are responsible for pretty much all aspects of the market,” Chris explains. Digging deeper, Vila says “The concept was provoked by a visit to Venice, California where I was able to experience a meal at a local rotisserie joint and felt that we here in WPB needed something similar. From there, subsequent visits to New York City where I lived for many years with my wife began to send us in the direction of a larger scale food hall that would serve as a meeting place, eating venue, and event space for our growing city.” The only overarching theme here is one of community and accessibility. Vila hopes GPM will be embraced as a place where everyone can hang out, eat, come to learn, hear music, host their own events, and use as a generally creative place for just about anything. He is focused on giving back to the place he calls home through high quality food offerings and an atmosphere of overall inclusiveness. In Vila’s words, “It’s important that all of us help each other to be successful.” Grandview Public Market (GPM) is located at 1401 Clare Avenue, and will be open daily from 7AM to 10:30PM starting any day now. Keep your eyes on their social media and website for the official opening date. With plenty of parking and a shuttle service from the nearby downtown area we expect GPM to flourish wildly. For more information, visit  www.grandviewpublic.com.   @grandviewpublic

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LOCAL VENUES TO GET YOUR MUNCH AND GROOVE ON BY DAVID ROLLAND

ther 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 are plenty of locales in South Florida where you can dine while enjoying live music. Here are nine establishments where you can simultaneously please both your palates and your eardrums.

Guanabanas Island Restaurant & Bar This Jupiter landmark opened as a sandwich shop in 2004, but expanded in 2008 to take advantage of its waterfront location. They specialize in locally sourced seafood and create an ambience of woven tiki huts, banyan trees, and hand-chiseled coquina stone. They’re just as insistent on bringing live music specializing on spotlighting local musicians like Juke, Moska Project and Bobby Lee Rodgers along with the occasional national touring acts like Mishka. Concerts they already have booked for 2018 include The Firewater Tent Revival from Atlantic Beach on January 31st and Roots of Rebellion from Nashville on February 9th. 960 N Highway A1A, Jupiter @guanabanasrestaurant

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Copper Blues Rock Pub & Kitchen

Right from their name you can tell this West Palm establishment is dedicated to melding food and drinks with rock n’ roll. Their website advertises that they cater to “rock stars, foodies, beer geeks and cocktail connoisseurs.” Since 2014, they’ve been providing free live music to enjoy along with a choice of sixty draft beers and a food menu that features everything from salads and pizzas to sandwiches and steaks. 550 S Rosemary Ave, West Palm Beach @copperblueswpb

Little Moir’s Food Shack and Maxi’s Lineup

Nestled in a Jupiter shopping plaza you can find live music just about every night of the week. The daily food specials are handwritten along with the names of the chefs. Some of the recent featured food items include an Indonesian noodle bowl, BBQ Bacon Burger sliders, and peanut pecan crusted fish served over greens. The musical menu is heavy on local singer-songwriters and cover bands which are constantly being announced on the venue’s Facebook event page. 103 S US-1, #D3, Jupiter @littlemoirsfoodshack

The Funky Biscuit Copper Blues Rock Pub & Kitchen

This Boca Raton landmark is famed for bringing in heavy hitter musicians. Over the last six years they’ve brought in blues and rock legends like Gregg Allman, Johnny Winter, Leon Russell, and Derek Trucks, but in a recent interview with The Atlantic Current, owner Al Poliak wanted to get the word out they take their menu as seriously as their music. “We didn’t have a kitchen at first. We were recognized as a live music venue and not necessarily a restaurant. The struggle has been to let people know they can come to eat even when there’s no live music.” Like many of the artists they bring in, their menu has a New Orleans vibe featuring Po’ Boy sandwiches and gumbo. Touring musicians they have coming include DeadPhish Orchestra on January 27 and Jethro Tull’s Martin Barre on February 9 & 10. 303 SE Mizner Blvd, Royal Palm Place, Boca Raton @thefunkybiscuit

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This Delray Beach staple has been offering seafood at a beachfront location for the past 35 years. They serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner, but nighttime is when you will get some tunes with your grub. They offer live bands five nights a week including Blue Tuesdays and Monday’s Reggae Night which the venue describes as “world famous”. Upcoming bands that are scheduled to play include The WolfePack Band on January 26 and Uproot Hootenanny on March 2. 40 S Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach @bostonsonthebeach


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This Delray Beach restaurant aims to cater to both locals and tourists with a menu featuring something for everyone, even going as far as to mark which items are vegetarian or gluten free. They showcase live music every Saturday and Sunday afternoon from 1:30 to 5:30 and offer dock space if you prefer to arrive by boat rather than automobile. 840 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach @deck84_delray

This is the restaurant to hit on Deerfield Beach if you want music with your dinner. On weekends they even offer live acts during earlier lunch hours. Recent featured bands include the rhythm & blues of Catfish Hunter and the roots rock Americana of Mitch Herrick. Their menu focuses on seafood with items including paella, coconut shrimp, volcano crabcake, and even a “sea-zer salad” topped with mahi, salmon, or swordfish. 300 N Ocean Blvd, Deerfield Beach

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This Delray spot features an eclectic menu offering entrees from roasted duck to butternut ravioli to an India Vegan plate. Located in a renovated antique home since its opening in 2000, Dada has a tradition of featuring South Florida’s favorite indie rock bands. Your next opportunity for such an experience is January 19 where night owls can see Holy Dances play a show scheduled for 11 pm. 52 W Swinton Ave, Delray Beach @dadadelray

This outdoor hideaway in Boynton Beach was opened by the owners of Fish Depot seafood market, so the fish is sure to be fresh. Fish Depot Bar & Grill has two bars, a kitchen made from an old airstream trailer and a stage for live music right in the middle of it all. You can catch local live music nightly, with larger acts gracing the stage on the weekends. 511 NE 4th Street, Boynton Beach


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DRINK

Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza Ciders have become more and more trendy, and I love trying locally produced ones. Some of my favorites are made with apples or peaches. One would be surprised how well they pair with great pulled pork and/or brisket BBQ. The texture of the ciders together with their bright acidity contrast with the richness of the BBQ. Two local cider producers to check out are Broski Ciderworks in Pompano Beach and Accomplice Brewery & Ciderworks in West Palm Beach. The highlight of my last Cinco de Mayo was a local taco shop’s Fish Taco and a Mexican lager such as MIA’s Sharona lager. It was a pairing to die for. The lager complemented perfectly the mild flavors of the fish and cut through the creamy dressing.

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A seasonal brew with hints of pumpkin and spice can pair perfectly with coal oven roasted chicken wings with caramelized onions. A good example that comes to mind is the “Papa Pump” American Lager from Twisted Trunk Brewing in Palm Beach Gardens. The pumpkin flavor of the brew and its sweet spice note stands up to the smoky taste of the wings. This has been a go-to choice for a movie or football night. I love a good ramen, especially one that’s miso based and has a more savory flavor profile. My libation pick would be a Belgian style Tripel Ale such as the Barrel of Monks “Three Fates.” The sweet bread and zesty spice flavors in the beer contrast the creamy umami flavors in the dish. The beer and broth have a solid, creamy mouth feel, which makes the tasting experience last longer. >>


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Cava is the Spanish answer for champagne. One of my favorites is Campo Viejo’s. It fits my budget and pleases my taste buds. If you want to make it more fun – add some local Florida mangocardamom puree. Great drink for brunch foods.

Hamachi with forbidden rice, sesame soy and smoky combination balances out with the juicy berry, sweet baking spice and cola driven wine from the maritime region of Marlborough in New Zealand.

Stone crab season is in its peak. Support the local FL seafood industry and enjoy those sweet crabs with a luscious, creamy chardonnay such as Kenwood “Six Ridges” from Russian River Valley in Sonoma. I will skip the butter!

Want to try something delicious and unique? Have the Jacob’s Creek Double Barrel Shiraz from Australia. Finished in whisky barrels, this wine amazes me with its velvety, chocolaty and berry jam flavors. Let’s be fancy for once: a pan-roasted duck with black cherry and kuri squash comes to mind right away when pairing this wine.

One item you’re starting to see more and more of is poke. This Hawaiian-born dish brings some of the healthiest and most savory flavors in a bowl. I personally love the Hamachi (yellowtail) based ones with black rice and edamame. They pair very well with reds such as the bright, fruity and light Brancott “T” Pinot Noir. The

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ate in November of 2016, the Florida Atlantic University Owls football team completed their third season under head coach, Charlie Partridge. One day following a third consecutive three-win season, Partridge was let go and the Owls began their search for their fifth head coach in school history. While Florida Atlantic doesn’t possess the same historical success that many other college programs can boast at prospective coaching candidates, the built-in recruiting advantage of being located in sunny South Florida proved to be a major selling point for the school’s eventual head coach. Fresh off of winning the SEC championship as offensive coordinator of the Alabama Crimson Tide, Lane Kiffin agreed to become the next head coach of FAU. The often-criticized Kiffin would be making his return to head coaching duties for the first time since he was unceremoniously fired from USC in 2013. In his short time as FAU head coach, Kiffin has swept over the college football social media landscape in a way not many coaches have ever done. From trolling Tennessee fans in the middle of their own coaching search to repurposing Nick Saban’s famous “rat poison” quote about media attention to watching a cardboard cutout of his face paraded around campus on the front of a makeshift train, Kiffin appears to be enjoying himself in Boca Raton. With his trademark phrase, “come to #thefaU”, Lane has put the Owls on the map for the many football fans that may not have even realized there was another team in South Florida. Outside of his marketing prowess, Kiffin has transformed the FAU program from a football standpoint as well.

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Florida Atlantic entered 2017 having won less than ten games over the last three years. After leaving the pressure cooker of the SEC, the stress-free atmosphere of coaching in Boca Raton has allowed Kiffin to push the Owls to their first eleven win season in school history. Lane hired his brother, Chris, from Ole Miss to lead the defense, while Kendal Briles was brought in from Baylor to install his father’s iconic lightning-fast offense. The trio has assisted in transforming many of the same players from last year’s group into the best team in Conference USA. After starting off this season 1-2, Kiffin turned to redshirt junior quarterback Jason Driskel to lead the offense. Despite a heartbreaking loss at Buffalo, the Owls remained resilient and took a confident approach to the remainder of their schedule. Behind Driskel and returning sophomore running back Devin Singletary, the Owls proceeded to roll over their competition. Entering the season, there was an expectation that this team would implement a passheavy approach, but with the reemergence of Singletary and senior Buddy Howell, Florida Atlantic elected to run the ball more than anyone anticipated. Singletary became the first AP All-American in FAU history and finished the year with 1,920 rushing yards. A mid-season defeat of Marshall pushed the Owls to bowl eligibility for only the fourth time ever and the drubbing of in-state rival FIU paved the way for their first appearance in the Conference USA championship game. Taking on North Texas for the second time this season, Florida Atlantic cruised to a 41-17 victory and awarded

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the Owls their first outright conference championship. Singletary led the way with three touchdowns and senior wide receiver Kalib Woods won MVP honors with over 200 receiving yards and one touchdown of his own. The impressive stat lines would not slow down as FAU took on Akron in the Cheribundi Tart Cherry Boca Raton Bowl, the school’s third bowl game appearance. After stumbling out of the gate to score points, Driskel led the Owls to a 50-3 rout of the Zips behind 270 passing yards and two touchdowns. The victory brought FAU to 3-0 all-time in postseason bowl games and was the perfect way to celebrate the greatest season in school history. The ten straight wins to finish the year are part of the second longest active winning streak in the FBS. While Lane Kiffin has certainly seen his fair share of victories during his previous stints at powerhouse programs, Florida Atlantic has been the perfect opportunity for him to renew his identity as a great football coach. The accomplishments Kiffin has brought to Boca Raton in year one was unexpected by nearly everyone outside of the program and the excitement surrounding the Owls is at an alltime high. If Kiffin and the “Lane Train” can stick around for another year, Florida Atlantic University should be well on their way to even more success. @fau_football


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