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Dick Capri, Stewie Stone, Jeff Capri- Three Is Funnier Than Four (Mizner Park Cultural Center- Boca Raton)

This show was originally-scheduled for 3/18/20 (7:30pm)-Coronavirus Canceled. The show is now re-scheduled for Friday, October 30th, 2020 (7:30pm). Just checked the box-office and there is a small handful of really good seats currently available. Trust Jeff Eats on this one, these three guys will absolutely positively crack-you-up!

Originally posted on February 6th, 2020.

* Dick Capri, Stewie Stone, Jeff Capri- Three Is Funnier Than Four.

Just picked-up 2 tickets…

Trust Jeff Eats on this one, these guys are very-funny…

Don’t miss them…

Dick Capri, Stewie Stone, Jeff Capri- Three Is Funnier Than Four

Wednesday, March 18th, 2020 (7:30pm)

Mizner Park Cultural Center
201 Plaza Real
Boca Raton, Florida 33432
Box Office: (844)-672-2849
Tickets: also check (discount tickets)

Just a taste of some real funny-clean comedy…


Dick Capri has taken the comedy world by storm and has left millions laughing in his comedic wake. Capri made his Broadway debut in 1991 at the Lunt Fontanne Theater, co-starring in the critically acclaimed CATSKILLS ON BROADWAY. The show played to sold-out houses for fourteen months, and later successfully toured nationally.

Stewie Stone has been the Vice-President of the famous New York Friar’s Club for the past ten years. Stone has been their main MC and Roast Master for many events including Matt Lauer, Pat Cooper, Don King and Donald Trump.

Jeff Capri is one of the top second-generation comics working today. He has sparkling takes on pop culture. clean edged political twists, and a silly pun or three. Jeff’s television appearances include Comics Unleashed, Last Comic Standing and Ed McMahon’s Next Big Star. He also stars in the comedy documentary “I Am Battle Comic” (available on Amazon Prime & iTunes).

Don’t miss these comedic geniuses live at the Mizner Park Cultural Center on March 18, 2020!

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Win A $20 Cecilie’s Gourmet Italian Ices Gift Card (Coral Springs)

This contest started on 9/21/20. This contest has a winner.

* Win A $20 Cecilie’s Gourmet Italian Ices Gift Card.

Jeff Eats got a $20 Cecilie’s Gourmet Italian Uces Gift Card to give to one of you guys…

The game- the first 20 “reader-comments” received – will be entered in a “blind hat pick”! You can submit as many comments as you’d like but- Please, only 1- reader comment – per day…play fair!

The $10 Gift Card is good at Cecilie’s Gourmet Italian Ices, 19726 Wiles Road, Coral Springs, Florida 33076, (954) 753-2727.

Check for menu/prices/info,

Posted March 17, 2013
***** Cecilie’s Gourmet Italian Ices, 19726 Wiles Road, Coral Springs, Florida 33076, (954) 753-2727.

Let me start by saying, that one of Jeff Eats favorite “desserts” is (or is it- are?) Italian Ices. I’ve been hooked on the stuff, since my Brooklyn days, when I would get a large cup ($.10) at the pizza joints in my neighborhood—1 scoop cherry/1 scoop lemon. Not sure when the “hooking” first took hold, but I do have a black & white photo of me-holding a squeeze cup of ices in the Summer of 1953.


I’m really pissed at myself, because “big ears” Jeff Eats didn’t hear about Cecilie’s Gourmet Italian Ices until yesterday afternoon. Amazingly, this joint has been around for something like 20 years.

Cecilie’s is located in the “ultimate” bombed-out South Florida shopping strip center. When you go there, get directions first, because the store is a real hole in the wall and give or take 1-or 2 other stores you’d never-ever think of going to this center. This center is so decrepit, that Cecille’s can’t run a a simple soft-serve yogurt/ice cream machine–because there isn’t enough electrical power running to the store.

Despite the aforesaid…

Cecilie’s makes some of the most delicious Italian Ices that Jeff Eats has ever eaten. ALL OF THE ICES ARE MADE IN THE BACK OF THE STORE. The joint has 48 flavors, four of which are sugar free (Mrs. Jeff Eats appreciated that). In speaking with Evan the owner, every day (give or take) he rotates 4 flavors in and out of the lineup…24 of the flavors are cream ices and 24 are water ices.

Let me make this one short and sweet (pun intended)…

I “sampled” 12 different flavors— cherry, pistachio, oreo cookies, jelly roll chocolate, coconut, lemon, peanut butter, cotton candy, carrot cake, honeydew, chocolate mint chip, birthday cake. Do you know what a “pig in sh@t” is? Well Jeff Eats was. Cecilie’s makes some of the best ices I’ve ever had. Just so you know, during the 1/2 hour or so Jeff Eats was there (starting at 3:30pm) at least 20 people came and went and everyone of them “tried” all kinds of ices before settling-in with a final purchase. Figure a small cup is gonna run you- 3 bucks.

A bit more “color”…the owner Evan, is about 44 years old–born in Brooklyn and raised in Philly. He opened this store 20 years ago and makes all of the ices all-by-himself. This is what Jeff Eats calls a one-man-show…Cecilie’s is open Monday 3pm-10pm, Tuesday-Thursday 1pm-10pm, Friday-Saturday 1pm-11pm, Sunday 1pm-9pm…Evan is the sole counter person Monday-Saturday, he takes Sunday-off when he has a couple of young ladies run the store. By the way, Cecilie’s has a couple of tables inside and 1 table outside so if you want–you can hang-out.

Like I said a few seconds ago, I can’t believe that I “missed out” on 20 years of Cecilie’s…

Trust Jeff Eats on this one, This joint’s Italian Ices are about as good as it gets.

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Tickets just went on sale…

Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats have seen the show…

I’m telling you guys- absolutely terrific!

The Skinny:


Sunday, March 7th, 2021 (4pm & 7pm)

8221 Glades Road Suite #10,
Boca Raton, Florida 33434
Box Office: 561.483.9036
Tickets: / also check for discount tickets

Just a taste…


Strap yourself in and hold on to the person next to you because the NY Rockabilly Rockets will take you back in time to sock hops, malt shops, hot rods, and your favorite songs!

Their spectacular high-energy production, Shake Rattle Roll, pays tribute to the legends of Sun Records and mixes in some of the absolute best and most hip swing, rockabilly, country and rock & roll songs of the 50’s. This dynamic full-production Vegas-style show takes you on a nostalgic journey through vintage Rock & Roll with spectacular lights, sound, stage props, backdrops, dancers, vintage guitars, wailing sax, and stand-up bass. If you love Elvis, Roy Orbison, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Johnny Cash, Billy Haley & His Comets, Eddie Cochran, The Stray Cats, The Everly Brothers, Chuck Berry and many other greats, don’t miss this show.

Get ready for lift off because the Rockets will have you clapping your hands and dancing in the aisle all night long.

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Queen Flash – The Ultimate Queen Tribute (Boca Black Box- Boca Raton)

* Queen Flash – The Ultimate Queen Tribute.

Queen Flash is one of the best Queen tribute acts- in the world…

Tickets just went on sale!

Don’t miss these guys!

The Skinny:

Queen Flash – The Ultimate Queen Tribute

Saturday, March 27th, 2021 (7pm & 9:30pm)

Boca Black Box
8221 Glades Road #10
Boca Raton, Florida 33434
Box Office: 561.483.9036
Tickets: also check (discount tickets)


In Celebration of “Bohemian Rhapsody” the Academy Award Winning QUEEN Movie


Queen Flash: The Ultimate Queen Tribute
Performance Date: 03/27/2021, 7pm & 9:30 pm


Look-a-like, sound-a-like, Johnny Zatylny has been captivating audiences by carrying on the musical tradition of Freddie Mercury since 2000. His amazing likeness with the original, matches his perfect performance of “Queen” songs both through his voice and his unmistakable stage presence.

This fabulous 6-piece Queen tribute is an exciting, high energy show that will get people out of their seats. “Queen Flash” is a grand, theatrical representation of the real Queen concerts, complete with vocal quality unmatched by any other tribute out there. It captures the essence of a band that transformed the music industry and set lofty standards for those who followed. “Queen Flash” will set the stage for a flash back to one of the world’s finest group of rock musicians!

The Montreal Gazette
MerQury act a huge hit in Europe – By BILL BROWNSTEIN,

Johnny Zatylny admits he’s hardly a household name in his native Greenfield Park – yet. But friends and family and fellow Parkers might be surprised to learn that Zatylny is a superstar in Germany and much of northern Europe. And he’s almost god-like in Gubin, Poland.
He may move around by métro in Montreal, but it’s mostly limos when he’s on the other side of the pond.
Zatylny is considered to be among the world’s top three Freddie Mercury impressionists. He has performed over the last eight years throughout Europe and North America with his Queen tribute band, MerQury, and has played to packed stadiums from Berlin to Stockholm and, yes, Gubin. Montrealers can see and hear what all the fuss is about when Johnny comes marching home with Another One Bites the Dust, his homage to Freddie and Queen, at the Gesù on Saturday. For he will certainly rock you.
Freddie Mercury – né Farrokh Bulsara – has been an unlikely boon to Zatylny’s career. Though the British glam rocker died in 1991, his music resonates almost as much today as it did in his group’s heyday with the release of such chart-busters as Bohemian Rhapsody, Somebody to Love and We Are the Champions (once the anthem of the Habs).
Mercury was no run-of-the-mill rocker. With his four-octave range, he could do it all, from falsetto to baritone. His voice had an operatic quality and is not easily imitated. Zatylny is one of the few who can almost match him note for note. All the more surprising since, unlike Mercury, he has had no formal training. “Just 30 years of non-stop singing,” the affable Zatylny says over a beer downtown.
When he glues on the trademark Mercury moustache and dons the glittering garb and keeps his once-blond locks coloured jet black, Zatylny can almost pass for Freddie in the flesh as well as in voice. Curiously, Zatylny was not much of a Queen fan. He spent most of his early career here as the frontman for the Montreal rockers Simon Says, doing covers of the most popular acts of the day.
But when Simon Says disbanded in 1997, Zatylny found himself for the first time in years without a regular singing gig. He wound up sweeping floors in a factory.
Then a friend called from L.A. to inform him of an opening in a disco band there.
“I jumped at the opportunity, even though disco really wasn’t my thing,” says Zatylny, whose brother Wally is a former Hamilton Tiger Cat and member of the CFL Hall of Fame. “But then again, anything would beat sweeping floors.”

It was only after he arrived that he learned he would have to dress in drag for the gig. “I asked myself what I was doing. Then they had me singing the female parts to tunes like I Will Survive.”
And he had to question whether he would survive himself. “I looked on the bright side: It strengthened my voice.”
While in L.A., he spotted an ad seeking singers to audition for the TV show, Your Big Break. He showed up and did a Jon Bon Jovi cover, but sensed that the producer was not blown away. So, for reasons still unclear to him, he asked if he could sing Bohemian Rhapsody. He did, and the producer was blown away. This led to a spot on the show and, shortly thereafter, to the MerQury act in Europe, where he does almost 80 shows a year.
“I never realized just what kind of impact Queen had out there, but I now know why they were so popular. Really, almost every one of their songs were winners, and they appealed to practically everyone, regardless of generation,” he explains. “The funny thing is that I get these hard-core Queen fans come up to me and start asking me about Queen trivia and songs I never heard of. I haven’t got a clue what they’re talking about.”
Zatylny, like his brothers Wally and Stephen (who played for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers), was also an athlete growing up and briefly entertained the notion of making football a career. “Then after getting hit really hard, I decided football might not be for me,” he jokes. “Wally was like a kamikaze kick-returner. He had no fear. He also had no voice. At least I had that option.”
The singing has turned out to be a better long-term career option than getting smacked around the gridiron. “I have to admit, though, that I initially thought after a few years, I would get really burned out and never want to hear Queen again for the rest of my life. But I’ve been doing it now for eight years, and every show is like the first one I did, and the energy and enthusiasm are still there.”
Unlike many music imitators, Zatylny is under no illusion that he is Freddie Mercury reincarnated. “There was only one Freddie. All I can do is bring his spirit back to the stage. But I don’t try to be him. Nor do I try to dress exactly like him, either.”
Zatylny is all for the glitz, but he does draw the line at the leather short-shorts Freddie used to sport. “I’ve got to be me.”

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Win A $30 Papa John’s Pizza Gift Card

This contest started on 9/14/20. This contest has a winner.

* Win A $30 Papa John’s Pizza Gift CAre.

Jeff Eats got a $30 Papa John’s Pizza Gift Card to give to one of you guys!

The game- the first 30 “reader-comments” received – will be entered in a “blind hat pick”! You can submit as many comments as you’d like but- Please, only 1- reader comment – per day…play fair!

The $30 Gift Card is good at any Papa John’s Pizza location.

Check for men/prices/locations/info.

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DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday- 9/20/20- Carcione’s Pizza- Fort Lauderdale)

***** DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday- 9/20/20- Carcione’s Pizza).

One of Jeff Eats’ favorite menu items…

(16”-Ricotta, Romano, Provolone and
Mozzarella cheese, pepperoni- $18.50)

Carcione’s Pizza
1879 Davie Boulevard
Fort Lauderdale
(954) 763-8416
Latest Review: 7/20/18

Trust Jeff Eats on this one- this hole in the wall takeout only joint- makes off the chart delicious stuff. Don’t let Carcione’s sorta sketchy neighborhood scare you-off from giving it a shot!

Posted on July 20th, 2018

***** Carcione’s Pizza, 1879 Davie Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312, (954) 763-8416.

Got a real good one for you guys, Carcione’s Pizza in Fort Lauderdale.

Take-out only, full boat of pizzas/ pastas/ hot & cold subs/ entrees.

Monday: Closed
Tuesday: 11am – 1:45pm
Wednesday & Thursday: 11am – 8:45pm
Friday & Saturday: 11am – 9:45pm
Sunday: 1pm – 8:45pm


For you guys who may be wondering as to- how Jeff Eats found this hole in the wall-pizza joint with steel bars on its windows…Carcione’s Pizza is 3 blocks away from the auto- body repair shop which Mrs. Jeff Eats unfortunately has-had to do business with- numerous times over the past 17 years!


Yesterday, Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats tried Carcione’s Pizza and I gotta tell you that its food was real good! Jeff Eats, Mrs. Jeff Eats and auto body shop workers- Eddie, Carmen and Jamel (who shared our takeout order)- loved everything!

I know that some of you guys enjoy a drop of color- about the stuff that Jeff Eats- eats! With the caveat that what I like, you might hate and vice versa- I gotta tell you that the joint makes a real nice New York Style Slice- thin/crispy/sweet sauce/nice fold with the requisite oil drip…(hopefully, you can now start to appreciate how dumb this whole food reviewing food business really is).

Like I said 3 seconds ago, Jeff Eats, Mrs. Jeff Eats, Eddie The Body Shop Guy, Carmen The Body Shop Guy and Jamel The Body Shop Guy really enjoyed the joint’s pizza, garlic rolls, sausage & peppers sub and chicken parm- and all five of us recommend that you guys give Carcione’s Pizza a shot (just between you guys and me, I’m really thinking that Jamel knows his red sauce stuff😛)!


Biergarten (Boca Raton)

Posted on September 17th, 2020 · American Boca Raton Music/Events/Other · 2 Comments »

***** Biergarten, 309 Via de Palmas, Boca Raton, Florida 33432, (561) 395-7462,

Don’t know about you guys- but Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats are totally Netflixed-out!

With that in mind…

Jeff Eats, Mrs. Jeff Eats and a bunch of friends will be partying- Friday, October 2nd, 2020 from 8:30pm-11:30pm…

Posted on February 27th, 2012.

***** Biergarten, 309 Via de Palmas, Boca Raton, Florida 33432, (561) 395-7462.

Last Saturday night around 10pm my wife and I- and another couple stopped by a German “bar-restaurant”—Biergarten in Boca Raton. The joint has indoor seating/huge outdoor patio seating. Real simple concept–tons of different beers, wines, specialty drinks—menu loaded with appetizers, burgers, salads, sandwiches, tacos, German style wursts-schnitzels-and other dishes—local bands and djs. The joint looks like “what” I guess a German beer garden in Germany is suppose to look like and the staff wears’ German beer garden costumes (I think!) You can check menu/prices at

What a cool place!. It was JAMMED and I do mean JAMMED! I’m gonna bet here, that half the crowd was FAU/Lynn students. Although it was approaching “my” bedtime, I still “tried” a steak slider, bbq pork slider, pastrami slider, kielbasa, potato pancakes—and I’m telling you straight up, the food was absolutely dynamite. Absolutely some of the best “bar” stuff I’ve had in a very very long time. A great dj was spinning all-types of music and I understand that the bands that work the joint, play classic rock, reggae and new stuff.

Suffice it to say, the “kids” there were having an absolute blast–and us 4 old geezers did the same. Boy! If Ithaca, New York had a joint like Biergarten back in 1966-1970–just maybe, I wouldn’t have been so anxious to graduate from Ithaca College-to get back to Brooklyn. In all fairness, Bobby Comstock & The Counts was a great band, but if memory serves me right, the food at the Dewitt Clinton Hotel where they worked- wasn’t even in the same breath as Biergarten’s grub.

Biergarten hasn’t been around for very long. I’m guessing here, but I think something like 6 months. The joint is located in the “Pink Plaza” in Boca Raton…the spot that it’s in- has over the years-housed more restaurants than you can shake a stick at. I maybe going out on a limb here, but I think that the landlord has finally found a long-term tenant.

Let me close by saying, no matter how old or for that matter young you are—you gotta try Biergarten.

Biergarten is open Sunday-Monday 11am-midnight, Tuesday-Saturday 11am-2am.


Drink Tangerine Juice

Posted on September 17th, 2020 · American Breakfast · 5 Comments »

* Drink Tangerine Juice.

This article originally appeared on October 13, 2014. Do Jeff Eats a big favor and give-it-a-read! Just between you guys and Jeff Eats, no-one really knows for sure- how the future is gonna break for them! You guys can do what you’d like with this Tangerine “information”- all I can tell you is that it makes a whole lot of sense to me!

Posted October 13, 2014
* Drink Tangerine Juice.

One of Jeff Eats’ favorite “drinks” is fresh squeezed tangerine juice.

Take a look at the below-article -Health Benefits of Tangerine Juice ( already knew the stuff was really good for me, but didn’t know that it was REALLY THAT GOOD for me!

Now, with tangerine season (November-April) nearing…Jeff Eats was thinking- just maybe, it wouldn’t hurt for you guys to plan on drinking an 8oz glass a day, could it? Just so we are straight, I got a “D” in junior high school biology- so if you go into diabetic shock or some other “shock” drinking this stuff- don’t-be suing Jeff Eats based on the claim that I’m some kind of a science/health expert!

By the way, Jeff Eats doesn’t “do” PASTEURIZED fresh squeezed tangerine juice…there are plenty of south Florida markets that have unpasteurized fresh squeezed tangerine juice. The reasons- 1. unpasteurized juice tastes better than the tinkered stuff- does, 2. pasteurizing cooks many of the nutrients out of the juice. Just so you know, don’t waste your time “looking” in Publix- EVERY juice it stocks is pasteurized…I usually catch mine at The Boys Farmers Market (Delray Beach) or Whole Foods Market.

One final thought, if you haven’t got time to go “chasing” around looking for unpasteurized fresh squeezed tangerine juice–you can always just buy some tangerines at your local supermarket and do whatever you want with them…

Health Benefits of Tangerine Juice.

Aside from being sweet and flavorful, tangerine juice has many benefits for your health. In terms of nutritional value and disease-fighting properties, tangerine juice has several advantages over orange juice. From protecting you from diseases and cancer to keeping you fuller longer, this juice has a health benefit for nearly everyone.

Nutritional Value – The Source Of The Health Benefits Of Tangerine Juice
Tangerine juice has all of the tangy flavor of orange juice but with added nutrition. This juice is an excellent source of many antioxidants, such as hesperetin, xanthins, lutein, beta-carotene, and narigenin. Anti-oxidants eliminate free radicals that can cause cancer, as well as fight aging. The anti-oxidant beta cryptoxanthin may reduce inflammation from arthritis. Lutein protects the eyes and helps you keep your eyesight sharp. The flavenoid tangeretin is a powerful agent that has been shown in studies to prevent skin cancer and helps stop the spread of breast-cancer cells. The flavonoids tangeretin and nobiletin have blood thinning and anti-inflammatory properties, which may reduce your risk of heart attacks.

Additionally, tangerine juice is chock-full of vitamin C, which boosts your immunity. Consuming adequate amounts of vitamin C helps your body fight infections from the common cold to the flu. In addition to helping increase your immune function, vitamin C helps your body absorb iron, and helps boost wound healing.

Tangerine juice contains folic acid and potassium, and it is also an excellent source of both soluble and insoluble fiber, which promotes regularity. Being regular has been proven to reduce your risk for developing some forms of cancer, such as colon cancer. The fiber also helps prevent your body from absorbing cholesterol. Fiber whisks some of the cholesterol content from your food out of your system, which can lower your blood levels of LDL, or “bad” cholesterol.

One serving of tangerine juice provides 20-percent of the recommended daily allowance of vitamin A. This is 10-times as much vitamin A as orange juice. Vitamin A is instrumental in protecting your eyesight, promoting immune function and bone and tissue health. The vitamin A in tangerine juice may also stimulate cell growth and cell division.

Antiseptic Properties
Tangerines have natural germ-fighting properties. Tangerine juice may help your body defend itself against an infection from the staphylococcus aureus bacteria. Staphylococcus aureus is highly contagious and causes painful lesions and boils on the skin, particularly on the face or in other tender areas such as the groin or the armpits.

In addition to fighting harmful bacteria, the pectin in tangerine juice has been proven to help increase the number of beneficial bacteria in your intestines. These bacteria improve digestion and increases your body’s ability to defend against harmful bacteria which can cause inflammation and intestinal disorders. When harmful bacteria enter the gut, beneficial bacteria help usher the bad bacteria out of your system before they can cause an infection.

Diet Support
Tangerine juice is an excellent way to start your day if you are dieting. The fiber and carbohydrates in the juice help keep you feeling full, which will prevent over-indulgence later on. Additionally, the sweet finish of the tangerine flavor can help prevent the cravings for sugar that can derail a diet.

Starting your day with tangerine juice is a tasty and healthy way to boost your immunity, bolster your digestive and tissue health and protect your body against the ravages of cancer. Tangerine juice is powerful enough to do all of those things, yet it is so tangy-sweet and flavorful that you will forget all about its many health benefits and simply enjoy the flavor.


Win A $50 NYY Steak Gift Card (Coconut Creek)

This contest started on 9/12/20. This contest has a winner.

* Win A $50 NYY Steak Gift Card.

Jeff Eats got a $50 NYY Steak Gift Card to give to one of you guys…

The game- the first 25 “reader-comments” received – will be entered in a “blind hat pick”! You can submit as many comments as you’d like but- Please, only 1- reader comment – per day…play fair!

The $50 Gift Card is good at NYY Steak, (Seminole Casino Coconut Creek) 5550 Northwest 40th Street, Coconut Creek, Florida 33073, (954) 997-6700. Check menu/info at

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Posted on August 11th, 2015

***** NYY Steak, (Seminole Casino Coconut Creek) 5550 Northwest 40th Street, Coconut Creek, Florida 33073, (954) 997-6700.

Way-back on 2/15/12 Jeff Eats told you guys about NYY Steak located in the Seminole Casino Creek Coconut Creek- in Coconut Creek. That “review” is down-below…

Long story short, since that “review” was published, Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats have eaten in NYY something like 5-times, with the latest “outing”- being last night. For what it’s worth, all of the meals that Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats have had, were all right on the money!

Last night, I got to thinking that Jeff Eats rarely if ever hears- NYY Steak mentioned in conversations about South Florida’s best steak-joints. No ifs, ands or buts- the 26oz bone-in-ribeye with grilled onions and French fries- that I had last night and didn’t come close to finishing- could easily be matched against the best of breed down here in sunny South Florida-same story for Mrs. Jeff Eats’ pan seared snapper!


Jeff Eats just wanted to mention NYY Steak to you guys, again…

It’s a very good steak joint!

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Posted on February 15th, 2012

***** NYY Steak, (Seminole Casino Coconut Creek) 5550 Northwest 40th Street, Coconut Creek, Florida 33073, (954) 997-6700.

Go figure!

One of the best-“upscale steakhouses” in South Florida is located at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek in- Coconut Creek…That’s right, the casino where you-gotta wear an oxygen mask because the cigarette smoke is so brutal—as part of a recently completed $150,000,000 renovation/expansion has opened an absolutely georgeous looking steakhouse with fabulous food and service. You can check for menu/prices/photos. By the way, NYY is a joint venture–Seminole Indians/New York Yankees (there is another NYY at Yankee Stadium).

NYY…New York Yankees, get it? All kinds, of New York Yankee black/white photos, autographs…no dark wood–or dim lights here…but rather, a great looking open kitchen, light oak woods, bright lights, plenty of glass. Like I said before, an absolutely gorgeous looking joint.

When you check NYY’s menu, try not to get sticker-shock…no question about it- that $51.75 24oz bone in ribeye is “high” even for an upscale steakhouse–Now, I maybe going out on a limb here, but I think- that casino-joints like NYY get a ton of customers using their casino “PLAYER’S CLUB” rewards/points to pay the bill. If I’m right—the restaurant can charge more than what most folks would consider “normal”- because many customers aren’t using real-money. So, if you go there, I think you will find that many of the “diners” are eating on-the-arm.

At this juncture of the discussion, let me tell you that NYY looks totally out of place at the Seminole Casino. Nothing for nothing, but the Seminole Casino isn’t in this boy’s opinion–an upscale looking property. Now, there may-be something more developing at the Seminole Casino that’s gonna get it looking more like the Hard Rock operation in Hollywood-so NYY may eventually make sense, but for right now, NYY looks like a fish out of water. Personally, I don’t see non-casino players making special plans/reservations to eat at NYY, despite the fact that its food is absolutely dynamite.

A recent dinner had me “doing” the aforementioned 24oz ribeye, 28oz porterhouse ($54.75), veal chop milanase ($44.50), roast chicken ($28.50), lemon pepper halibut ($31.50), steak fries ($9.50), lobster mac & cheese ($11). Every item was delicious. On the service front, excellent without the “snotty” know-it-all attitude you find at many upscale steakhouses.

There are two ways to play NYY Steak. You can gamble your heart out…and accumulate points to spend or you can just fork over cash or your credit card at the end of the meal.

NYY Steak is a homerun…pun intended!

NYY Steak is open Monday, Thursday-Sunday 5pm-11pm. The joint is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday.

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DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday- 9/13/20- Snoballs- Hollywood)

***** DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday- 9/13/20- Snoballs).

One of Jeff Eats’ favorite menu items…

(Large-$3.50, Cherry/Blue Raspberry Combo)

6401 Sheridan Street
(321) 345-8423
Latest Review: 7/14/16

If you’re into shaved ice (and who isn’t?)- you will absolutely positively love this joint…

By the way, in addition to loads of shaved ice flavors, the joint has a large handful of delicious hard-scoop ice cream flavors- if that’s your game!

Posted on July 14th, 2016

***** Snoballs, 6401 Sheridan Street, Hollywood, Florida 33024, (321) 345-8423.

Jeff Eats is gonna let you guys- figure this one out all by yourselves!

All I’m gonna tell you guys- is that Snoballs’ stuff is off the chart delicious!

Mon 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Tue 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Wed 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Thu 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Fri 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Sat 11:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Sun 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM