Tag: food

Due to COVID-19 restaurants within the Parkland and Coral Springs community are transitioning to alternative methods to serving their customers. Photo courtesy of Mel Melcon/TNS

Restaurants in Parkland and Coral Springs utilize drive-through and pickup options

The COVID-19 outbreak has forced restaurant operators around Parkland and Coral Springs to come to a decision on whether or not they should remain open or temporarily shut down. All restaurants in Florida have transitioned to delivery, drive-throughs or curbside pickups, offering no sit-in dining […]

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Senior Alexandra Sullivan has created jewelry and artwork to raise money for the non-profit organization "Feed the Children."

Senior Alexandra Sullivan gives back to the community through ‘Creations for Donations’

On Monday, March 30, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School senior Alexandra Sullivan started “Creations for Donations,” a project created to raise money for youth and families negatively affected by COVID-19. She chose to donate to the non-profit organization “Feed the Children.” Each donation of $1 […]

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Review: The Namu serves best Korean and Japanese food in Coral Springs

Review: The Namu serves best Korean and Japanese food in Coral Springs

Since opening in May, the Korean Japanese kitchen The Namu continues serving modern Korean cuisine to the residents of Coral Springs. Upon its opening, The Namu brought a taste of Korea into South Florida, where Korean cuisine is far and few between. The Namu translates […]

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Review: Ella Cafe is the best place for a cafe getaway

Review: Ella Cafe is the best place for a cafe getaway

Whether it’s studying, hanging out, or just simply enjoying a cup of coffee, cafes are the place to be. Many new cafes have opened up in South Florida after their recent popular trends, attracting people of all ages. Ella Cafe is one of them. Each […]

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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. […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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