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Brevard County: Beachside café offers healthy options
INDIAN HARBOUR BEACH -- When Greg Makridakis first opened South Beach Fitness in 2006, he wanted to offer his customers more than just a gym. "This isn't just a place for working out," said Mr. Makridakis, an Indian Harbour Beach resident. "We have pretty well-laid plans for the future." Once located in ......
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Indian River County: Restaurant delights in a fresh new start
VERO BEACH -- Standing out in the restaurant world of sushi and Thai food can be difficult. In the midst of competition, authenticity and creativity, Bangkok in Downtown stands out on all levels for its excellence. In May, the restaurant was purchased by Norraset 'Nor' Nareedokmai, an establishe......
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Martin County: Cantina boasts authentic food and feel
STUART -- With Mariachi music playing in the background and the walls adorned with cactus plants, sleepy donkeys and sombreros, it's easy to feel as if stepping into El Toro Mexican Food and Cantina is nothing short of stepping into a restaurant in a small town in Mexico. The friendly, attentive s......
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St. Lucie County: Local hot spot offers sand, sun and fabulous fare
FORT PIERCE -- You don't have to travel across the ocean to step into a tropical oasis or sail the seven seas in order to come face to face with a pirate. Sand, sun, wenches and whiskey are all within reach at one of Fort Pierce's newest hot spots; Captain Jax Sandbar and Grill. I visited the sandb......
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Volusia County: Crabby Chris Crab Shack is actually a happy place
NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Beachside residents are used to finding great food in family owned restaurants along Flagler Avenue and down Atlantic Avenue, but they may be surprised to find some real gems on the mainland. One of those gems is the new Crabby Chris Crab Shack at 440 N. Dixie Freeway just 2 blocks nor......
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