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The TasteCasting Team Visited Wild Olives Cafe by Todd English

The TasteCasting Team Visited Wild Olives Cafe by Todd English
... together with our appetites to taste our way through the latest Todd English restaurant in South Florida. Wild Olives Cafe by Todd English in cityplace (not to be confused with Wild Olives in Boca, da Campo Osteria or Figs) offers rustic, Mediterranean cuisine in a casual atmosphere. Located next to Macy’s on Rosemary, you won’t have to fight the bustling crowd that’s typically associated with cityplace, nor the parking, as they offer complimentary valet on the weekends. While...
May 8th, 2010 | klynch | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: cityplace, Restaurants, Todd English, wild olives cafe

West Palm Beach Welcomes Four New Restaurants

West Palm Beach Welcomes Four New Restaurants
... the Todd English brand. Can you keep up? This casual cafe-style restaurant serving beer and wine offers Todd English specialties in the hubbub of cityplace. Fig and Prosciutto flat bread, asparagus frites or braised mussels — all will please your palate. Simple, affordable and downright delicious, this will soon be a new favorite. Wild Olives Cafe is located at 477 S Rosemary (next to Macy’s) in cityplace. 561.832.7771 Key Lime Pie at McCormick & Schmick's McCormick & Schmick’s...
February 19th, 2010 | klynch | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: cabo flats, cityplace, featuredarticle, gratify gastropub, mccormick & schimick's, Todd English, west palm beach restaurants, wild olives cafe

Taverna Opa CityPlace to Celebrate their 1-year Anniversary

Photo Credit: BarnyardBBS @ flickr Toga! Toga! Sometimes we just need a reason to get a little wild and crazy and Taverna Opa cityplace might just be the place to do that. Opa, known for delicious Greek cuisine, napkin throwing, dancing on the tables and bringing a little wild into your typical calm night, will celebrate their one-year anniversary, as Taverna Opa is transformed into a Greek Palace. When: Thursday, October 1 (with additional events planned on the 2nd & 3rd) Where: Taverna...
September 23rd, 2009 | klynch | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: cityplace, Events, lirimi jacobi, Restaurants & Bars, taverna opa

Grand Opening of Wild Ginger Asian Bistro

... Asian Bistro has been on the radar for quite some time now. After months of hearing about it, the restaurant quietly opened up a few weeks ago in cityplace, and this weekend they will be celebrating their grand opening celebration. Although, the invite didn’t mention much about tasting the food (not sure about free samples here), there will be a lot of activity going on. Even better, it’s family friendly. When: May 16th Time: 10:00 am – 3:00 pm Where: Wild Ginger Asian Bistro,...
May 14th, 2009 | klynch | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: Asian, cityplace, Restaurants & Bars, west palm, wild ginger

Greek Tuesdays at Taverna Opa

... 6am curfew and learning the national dance of Turkey — belly dancing. That was a summer to remember. When I heard recently that Taverna Opa in cityplace was launching their Greek Tuesdays and that would include belly dancing lessons, I got more than excited. I knew where I was going to be going on Tuesday nights. And no, it’s not all about the belly dancing lessons, but Opa will be the perfect place to go out on a Tuesday to have some “Greek-style” fun. Starting next week...
May 7th, 2009 | klynch | Read More | Comments: 0
Filed under: cityplace, Events, greek tuesdays, Restaurants & Bars, taverna opa, West Palm Beach

Historic Trolley Tours Through West Palm Beach

... you on this 45-minute ride through the Clematis District. Some stops along the way include: Cuillo Theatre, Harris Music Lofts, the 1916 Courthouse, cityplace, Harriet Himmel Theatre, Meyer Amphitheatre and various other churches, schools, parks, etc. This is the perfect opportunity for those visiting the city for the first time, those who have lived here for many years, but don’t know the history, or for those looking to fill up the ‘I-have-nothing-to-do’ Saturday afternoon. Tickets...
January 2nd, 2009 | klynch | Read More | Comments: 1
Filed under: cityplace, clematis, history, Tours, trolley, West Palm Beach