Tag: food

Review: American Craft Kitchen offers usual dishes

Review: American Craft Kitchen offers usual dishes

With a menu packed full of unique dishes, American Craft Kitchen and Taproom opened in Coral Springs about two months ago. The restaurant has two locations, one in Coral Springs and one in Boca Raton. The restaurant has a welcoming atmosphere that is dimly lit. The one room restaurant has fairly plain decor, with floor to ceiling windows taking up […]

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Photo by Joyce Han

Review: I Heart Mac n Cheese offers customizable dishes

I Heart Mac n Cheese, a recently opened restaurant in Parkland, stands out from others because of its unique option of customized macaroni and cheese. Since its opening in late 2017, it has already attracted many residents in both Parkland and Coral Springs. The “baked chicken chef special mac and cheese” was quite delicious. It was a bit too cheesy, […]

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Photo by Zoe Gordon

Review: Rise Biscuits and Donuts offers flavorful alternatives to the typical biscuit

Full of unique and delicious food combinations, Rise Biscuits Donuts serves both breakfast and lunch at their 15 different locations. First opening their shop in Durham, N.C., the franchise expanded their reach to 14 new locations found throughout the southeast, including one  at The Walk in Coral Springs. Rise Biscuits Donuts resembles a fast food shop similar to Dunkin Donuts. […]

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Dozens of boxes of gourmet donuts arrive at MSD during second period. Photo by Melissa Falkowski

Baked by Melissa donates 30,000 cupcakes to MSD students

On March 5, cupcake company Baked by Melissa generously donated 30,000 cupcakes to the students and staff of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Students dug in to the world-renowned treats throughout the day, trying a wide range of flavors such as red velvet and triple chocolate fudge. “It was as simple as making a call and people wanting to say […]

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Parkland Farmers’ Market supports local businesses

Parkland Farmers’ Market supports local businesses

*This story was originally published in the second quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* Parkland has numerous activities to offer its residents, including the Parkland Farmers’ Market which serves as a way for Parkland residents to purchase goods from local businesses. The Parkland Farmers’ Market was established in 2006 as an event for local businesses to advertise and sell products. […]

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Concert event Eats ‘n’ Beats combines food trucks and musical peformances

Concert event Eats ‘n’ Beats combines food trucks and musical peformances

*This story was originally published in the second quarter issue of the Eagle Eye* Eats ‘n’ Beats, which was originally called the “Concert Series,” was renamed “Eats ‘n’ Beats” by Parks and Recreation Manager Gayle Vasile to better encompass the event’s purpose. “We changed the name of the event from Concert Series to Eats ‘n’ Beats because we wanted to […]

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Pieology opens in Coral Springs

Pieology opens in Coral Springs

Customizable food seems to be all the rage right now, and pizza is just one of the foods people are starting to get crafty with. Instead of the traditional mozzarella, tomato sauce and crust, restaurants like Pieology are putting together unique food combinations with pizza. As a chain restaurant, Pieology first opened a store in Coral Springs, Florida in August […]

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Photo by Kevin Trejos.

Coral Springs’ Camilla Day Spa hosts charity event with Family Central

On Dec. 7 from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., the Camilla Day Spa, located at the Coral Square Mall, teamed up with Family Central to collect unwrapped, new toys for underprivileged children in South Florida. The event featured free food, music and complimentary beauty services to attract consumers and heighten awareness for the goals Family Central is trying to achieve. […]

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MSD shows appreciation for veterans with luncheon

On Nov. 7, Marjory Stoneman Douglas honored the hard work, sacrifice and strength of American soldiers by hosting a veterans luncheon in lieu of Veterans Day. MSD history teacher Sandra Davis was in charge of the affair. “I think that we were really excited to be able to honor our parents who have served our country,” Davis said. “It was […]

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MSD project gives wasted food at lunch to food shelters

MSD project gives wasted food at lunch to food shelters

From an observation of noticing her friends throwing out their perfectly fine snacks everyday at lunch last year, sophomore Sari Kaufman developed a project in which uneaten food is saved and brought to local shelters that feed hungry families. With a little help from debate teacher Jesus Caro, Kaufman was able to organize a plan that helps people in need. […]

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