Aladdin Mediterranean Grill lubricates belly bearings with scrumptious Mediterranean tastes, all within a casual atmosphere. Anchor incisors to the menu's palate-pleasing offerings, including salads, sandwiches, and entrees. Meal preambles start off light with orders of stuffed kibbe balls ($2.50) and grape leaves ($4.50 for five), and dinner dissertations cover meaty topics such as kafta kebab, with ground sirloin, hummus, Middle Eastern salad, and rice ($13.99), and the Chef's Special, which rests gyro meat on a bed of yellow rice and tucks it in tight with ratatouille and cucumber salad ($13.99). Aladdin also offers desserts, such as baklava and Mamoul dates, to distract sweet teeth from digging elaborate escape routes out of mandible confinement.
At Carmine's Original Ocean Grill & Sushi Bar, executive chef Alexander Sutherland's team whips up contemporary seafood and sushi dishes. In its waterfront-dining setting, patrons nibble on selections from the raw shellfish bar menu, choose from entrees such as miso-glazed sea bass and oven-roasted crispy duck, or savor robata grill dishes cooked in an authentic, ancient-style irori—a traditional Japanese charcoal-fired hearth. They also sip wine, sake, and creative cocktails such as the Asian pear martini.
Graphic swirls adorn the modern space at Yo-L? Belgian Waffle Catering, echoing the swirls of yogurt with which customers fill their cups. While customers relish traditional flavors such as country vanilla and strawberry, they can also taste of out-of-the-ordinary concoctions such as Orange Tic Tac and Cable Car Chocolate. Sweet teeth also get tempted by hot waffles and cool smoothies, and an espresso bar gives customers a charge so they don't have to lick batteries. Yo-L? also caters for a variety of professional or casual occasions, such as office parties or group breakfasts.
Roll up in a princess carriage, a trackless train, a hay wagon, or a human hamster ball. Or gallop into the soiree on a real-life pony dyed to look like a unicorn. Next, sing karaoke or get bubbly with a foam-covered dance party. Create sand- and spin-art masterpieces, or launch skyward in a bounce house that's been inflated with the air exhaled by a million "Happy Birthday" choruses. Armed with a seemingly infinite list of activities that cover nearly every aspect of a exhilarating party, planners at Miniature Dream Parties help hosts arrange their own custom bashes.
With its colorful, mosaic-style Turkish plates suspended on the wall, gilded evil-eye talismans, and ornate iron chandeliers with golden leaves hanging from wooden rafters, Agora Mediterranean Kitchen makes diners feel as if they’re sitting in a Turkish eatery on the shores of the Mediterranean. It further impresses with brightly colored murals and bold patterned rugs spread under certain tables.
The food also captures the spirit of Turkey with its selection of cold and hot mezes, such as falafel and hummus, and its grilled entrees, such as doner kebab—a dish made of roasted meat that is commonly found at fast-food stands in Europe. Those who want to take a bit of Turkey home with them no longer have to go to the library to tear it out of the atlas; instead, they can choose from an assortment of to-go teas, coffees, and snacks.
For two weekends every October, the sounds of laughter and German folk music echo across a field in Lake Worth. The American German Club's traditional Oktoberfest celebration, which sprawls across 10 acres under an open-air pavilion and a tent, has been going on for over 40 years now and doesn't show any signs of stopping. Each day kicks off with the parade of flags and, sometimes, a ceremonial keg-tapping. Afterward, indoor and outdoor kitchens perpetually sizzle up authentic German bratwurst, leberk?se, and pastries. Meanwhile, bartenders pour four styles of Hofbr?u Bier, as well as imported liquors and domestic brews. While vendors display traditional German crafts, the festival's stages erupt with folk-dancing, choral singing, and Bavarian tunes from German groups, including Heldensteiner Band.