Stop by Latin Bohemia Grill in Pompano Beach for flavorful fare and refreshments.
Diet schmiet! Catch a break from low-fat fare at Latin Bohemia Grill, where low-fat options aren't an option.
A night out deserves a drink to celebrate, and Latin Bohemia Grill has the perfect selection of beer and wine to go with your meal.
Bring the whole clan to Latin Bohemia Grill — kids and parents will love the menu and ambience here.
Or, take your food to go.
The grub at Latin Bohemia Grill is also a downright bargain — most people can chow down for less than $15.
Stop by for three square meals a day — Latin Bohemia Grill serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Even in the midst of a recession, Drew Tucker couldn't ignore his passion for music. By founding The Tucker Academy For The Arts in 2007 and partnering with the Arts Garage to address the dearth of music education in South Florida, Drew built up a flourishing cadre of performers and educators at the Delray Beach music emporium. Programs run the gamut from private lessons to drum circles for kids, while a focus on performing inspires fledgling artists to share their talents with an audience not made up of only stuffed flamingoes.
Your next meal awaits at All That Jazz Music Academy in Sunrise.
Bring your whole brood to All That Jazz Music Academy, where families can dig in to tasty and kid-friendly fare together.
The patio seating at All That Jazz Music Academy is perfect for those warm summer days.
Get connected at lightning fast speeds with All That Jazz Music Academy's complimentary wifi.
Music lovers can enjoy live performances at All That Jazz Music Academy as well.
A relatively loud restaurant, this is not the place for a quiet night out.
The restaurant fills up on the weekends, so keep that in mind before heading out.
Always five minutes behind schedule? Pick up your food to go instead.
Pull into one of the many parking spaces nearby if you choose to drive to the restaurant.
Guitars, banjos, and mandolins hang like artwork from Penny Lane’s red walls, immediately capturing the eye with names like Santa Cruz, Eastman, and Gold Star, and indicating the shop’s specialty in repairing, selling, and teaching a range of stringed instruments. Within this musical gallery, a deft staff lends its melodic expertise to fixing broken instruments—from guitar strings to bass necks—and promises to tackle any repair no matter how big or small.
Budding musicians—equipped with their own instrument or one from the emporium’s vast stock—an sit down with a distinguished instructor, who teaches players of all ages and experience levels how to play classical instruments such as the piano and violin, or more obscure music machines, including the banjo and ukulele. The shop also hosts monthly jam sessions, allowing students to gather on the store’s plush red couch and learn first-hand the important factors of group play, from keeping on beat to smashing guitars an arm’s length away from others.
In 1998, School of Rock's first location was built in Philadelphia to strengthen students' self-confidence, develop their musicianship, and most importantly, spark an insatiable enthusiasm to learn. Today, the School of Rock franchise has branched out to more than 150 locations internationally. During the school's music lessons, encouraging instructors well versed in methods of rocking and rolling—such as strumming guitars, tickling keyboards, and causing avalanches with yodels—demystify music theory for mini Mick Jaggers of all skill levels.
School of Rock's Rock 101 program acquaints beginners with the instrument of their choice using a curriculum of weekly private lessons and group band rehearsals. Virtuosos ready to hit the stage can participate in the performance program, which prepares students for live performances that pay homage to beloved rock icons such as Queen, Led Zeppelin, and Mount Rushmore.
MUSE stands for "mastering unique self expression"—a common experience for students at the MUSE Center for the Arts, where they show off their creativity in dance, music, and theater classes. Its instructors, who come from a variety of arts backgrounds, have extensive résumés, including dancing with choreographer Twyla Tharp's company, performing at the Metropolitan Opera House, and specializing in stage combat.
Both children and adults learn styles such as jazz, hip-hop, and contemporary in dance classes, and skilled kids aged 6–18 can try out for MUSE's competitive dance team. Musicians can further their craft in private or group lessons available for a variety of instruments, including voice, guitar, and violin. And the theater season is divided into school-year and summer sessions, where young Broadway hopefuls learn how to sing, dance, and write a quippy Playbill bio.