If you’re from the South Florida area, you love Publix Subs right?!
Well get ready because starting today, all whole Publix Subs are on sale. You can grab a whole sub for just $5.99.
The sale runs Thursday, 3/7 through Sunday, 3/10.
Start planning and get ready to enjoy your favorite Pub Sub all weekend long.
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So when I first heard that Kellogg’s teamed up with Carl’s Jr. and Hardee’s to release these epic Froot Loops Mini Donuts, I knew I had to get my hands on them.
Kellogg’s Froot Loops was my favorite cereal growing up and is still is my favorite, so when you combine that with donuts the taste is bound to be unreal!
The Froot Loops Mini Donuts look like oversized versions of the classic breakfast cereal and come in a five-pack with red, blue, green, purple and yellow loops. Naturally, I had to try them so I headed up to my nearest Carl’s Jr. and ordered two boxes. 😋
When I took my first bite, I was in heaven. These Froot Loops Mini Donuts smell and taste EXACTLY like the real Froot Loops cereal. It’s insane how good these taste.
You have to try these for yourself. It’s what you’d get if a Froot Loop and a mini donut had a child. These are only available for a limited time too so get to snacking.
Thank you Kellogg’s Froot Loops for creating my new favorite snack!
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Salata’s first location in Florida will be in Miami Lakes.
Houston-based Salata is ranked among the fastest-growing small chains in the U.S. by Restaurant Business. Salata has more than 75 corporate-owned and franchise locations in Texas, Oklahoma, Illinois, Georgia, Southern California and soon to be Florida.
At Salata, guests are able to choose from an array of lettuces, vegetables, fruits, cheeses, seeds, nuts, chicken, seafood and vegan proteins. All dressings, soups and sauces are house-made and have no added preservatives. Salata offers fully customizable, tossed-to-order salads and wraps from a selection of more than 50 fresh and pure ingredients. Additional offerings include hand-cut croutons and pita chips, seasoned and baked in house; signature soups such as tomato basil, broccoli and chipotle white bean; and a state-of-the-art beverage station with tea taps.
Salata will open it’s Miami Lakes location in August 2018. For more info, click here and I will let you know once we have an opening date!
The day you have been waiting for is here.
Amazon Prime Now has launched Beer and Wine Delivery in Miami.
Prime members can now shop hundreds of beer and wine products from popular brands including Kim Crawford and La Marca to local favorite Funky Buddha.
Today marks the first time alcohol delivery will be available via Prime Now in Florida. In addition to Miami, Prime Now is also announcing the addition of beer and wine to the service in Orlando.
Some of the most popular items ordered through the service include pantry staples, fresh fruit and Fire TV sticks.
The service is available from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday. Through Prime Now, customers receive free two-hour delivery windows and one-hour delivery for a fee.
Everywhere you look in South Florida, there seems to be a new Food Hall opening up.
One of the most anticipated ones is the Time Out Miami Market. The Time Out Miami Market is expected to open by the end of 2018 and they just announced another six new additions to the market.
Top Chef season 13 winner Jeremy Ford, Ariete’s Michael Beltran, Bread & Butter’s Alberto Cabrera, 33 Kitchen, Miami Smokers, and Stephen’s Delicatessen all join the already announced eateries by Jose Mendin, Michael Pirolo, Kush, Coyo Taco and BUHT-ER by pastry chef Maria Orantes of Pubbelly restaurant group.
The Time Out Miami Market will be located at 1601 Drexel Avenue, just off Lincoln Road.
We expect to have more details soon!