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ICONS-The Art Of Celebrity Illusion (Mizner Park Cultural Center- Boca Raton)

Just checked the Mizner Park Cultural Center box-office ( and a small handful of tickets are still available for ICONS-The Art Of Celebrity Illusion…so if you wanna go and don’t yet have tickets, it’s time to make your move of the ticket front!

Posted on October 26. 2019

* ICONS- The Art Of celebrity Illusion.

Just picked-up 2 tickets for ICONS-The Art Of Celebrity Illusion…

Hearing some dynamite things about this show!

The Skinny:

ICONS- The Art Of celebrity Illusion

Friday, November 15th, 2019 (8pm)

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


Experience an unforgettable evening as South Florida’s Top Female Impersonators transform into music’s legendary icons! Mind-blowing illusions bring Cher, Bette Midler, Barbara Streisand, Whitney Houston, Celine Dion, Judy Garland, Liza Minelli, and more together for one night only!

Join host and local drag superstar, Nicole Halliwell, through this one-hour journey full of glamour, fabulous costumes, and unforgettable hits – with lots of unexpected surprises along the way! Sing along and get face to face with these mega stars as they share the same stage – exclusively at Mizner Park Cultural Center!

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Free Donuts For Veterans And Active Military On Veterans Day At Dunkin’

* Free Donuts For Veterans And Active Military On Veterans Day At Dunkin’.

Nice move by Dunkin’- that said, if I was Dunkin’ I’d also throw a coffee into the deal!


Dunkin’ Once Again Giving Away Donuts on Veterans Day

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Dunkin’ is once again celebrating Veterans Day with a sweet salute to the brave men and women of the armed forces. On Monday, November 11, veterans and active duty military are invited to participating Dunkin’ restaurants nationwide for a free donut of their choice, no purchase necessary. The return of the Veterans Day donut special is part of Dunkin’s long-standing commitment to supporting active military and veterans.

In addition to a free donut of their choice, the first 50 veterans and active military at participating Dunkin’ restaurants on November 11 will also receive a thank you card written by members of the community from A Million Thanks. A Million Thanks is a nonprofit organization that supports active, reserve and veteran military by sending millions of letters of thanks and encouragement directly to service members. Since its inception in 2004, A Million Thanks has delivered over 9.8 million cards to U.S. troops stationed around the world.

On Veterans Day, Dunkin’ fans will have the opportunity to add their own custom message to digital cards featuring words of thanks and encouragement to active duty military on Dunkin’s Instagram page on Veterans Day. Favorite messages will be selected by Dunkin’ and printed and mailed to active military members through A Million Thanks. In celebration of the new partnership Dunkin’ is donating $10,000 to A Million Thanks for ongoing support of their mission.

“We’re thrilled to partner with A Million Thanks and continue Dunkin’s longstanding history of supporting the brave men and women of our military,” says Tom Manchester, Dunkin’ Brands Senior Vice President of Integrated Marketing. “We are honored to serve veterans and active duty military at Dunkin’ locations nationwide and at our military locations on bases around the world. Alongside our franchisees, some of which are veterans themselves, we look forward to welcoming members of our armed forces to Dunkin’ this Veterans Day and every day.”

Dunkin’ is also shining the spotlight on George Hart, retired U.S. Army Major and Dunkin’ franchisee, this Veterans Day in the latest Dunkin’ Doc, Dunkin’s digital series profiling standout Dunkin’ fans, employees and franchise owners. The video profiles George and his incredible goal of putting a Dunkin’ on every military base in the country. With 11 Dunkin’ locations open now and six more set to open within the next year, George is on a mission to hit all 44 U.S. bases. This Dunkin’ Doc shares George’s journey, and how Dunkin’ has been the inspiration to build such a meaningful community on bases across the country. The Dunkin’ Doc is available to watch on the Dunkin’ Blog here.

Dunkin’s Veterans Day initiatives are part of the brand’s year-round commitment to supporting the U.S. armed forces. Through the Dunkin’ Coffee for Our Troops program, the company has donated more than 300,000 pounds of coffee to troops deployed overseas. Under the program, each week the company sends a case of coffee to deployed troops based on recommendations from friends, family members or troops themselves. Since 2003, the brand has sent 10 cases of coffee each week.

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Tickets just went on sale…

Jeff Eats just picked-up 2 tickets…

The Skinny:


Friday, January 10th, 2020 (8pm)
Saturday, January 11th, 2020 (7pm & 9:30pm)

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


JACKIE FABULOUS is a gut-busting, writer, producer, speaker, and headlining comedian who uses comedy to simultaneously entertain, encourage and empower audiences. Having survived her fair share of loves, tragedies, lessons and embarrassing moments, Jackie channels all of that energy into hilarious sets and inspiring keynotes. More than just a funny lady, she is on a mission to inspire and empower women all over the world to Find The Funny In Their Flaws.

“As the guy who discovered Jon Stewart, Ray Romano and a bunch of other star comics I have a sense of who has ‘it.’ Jackie Fabulous has it. I’d watch her do just about anything legal.”
– Billy Grundfest (Founder of New York’s “Comedy Cellar”)

When Jackie is not on tour, you will find her giving amazing keynote W speeches and breakout sessions at corporate events and conferences. A lawyer in her past life, she understands the plight of the working woman. Her signature talks and upcoming book within her hilarious “Find Your Fabulous” series will leave audiences feeling encouraged, upli[ed, and inspired to conquer the ups and downs of life and work. Her diverse style of comedy has allowed her to work with comedy legends like Roseanne Barr and Wanda Sykes and on the OWN Network, NBC, Roseanne CBS AND FOX to name a few. “Your Flaws Are Fabulous” Mission Statement To inspire and encourage women all over the world, showing them how to find the funny in their flaws.”

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Who’s Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience (Boca Black Box- Boca Raton)

First told you guys about Who’s Bad on 5/3/19. Just checked the Boca Black Box- box office ( and there is a small (and I do mean SMALL) handful of tickets still available for both the Thursday-11/7/19 (8pm) and the Tuesday-11/12/19 (8pm) shows. So- if you wanna go and don’t yet have tickets- time to get busy!

Posted on May 3rd, 2019.

* Who’s Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience.

Just announced…

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

Trust me, you’ll swear that Michael Jackson is up-on-that-stage!


The Skinny:

Who’s Bad: The Ultimate Michael Jackson Experience

Thursday, November 7th, 2019 (8pm) & Tuesday, November 12th, 2019 (8pm)

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


WHO’S BAD live performance is an unrivaled celebration of pop music’s one true King. Their power-packed performance of Michael Jackson’s expansive catalog has ignited crowds on every continent and can only be described as a jaw-dropping, musical must-see. As the longest running Michael Jackson tribute band, and the only one to predate his untimely passing, WHO’s BAD has awed even the skeptics, selling out venues across the planet! Whether you idolized the Jackson 5, fell in love to “Human Nature,” or learned to moonwalk to “Billie Jean,” WHO’S BAD is THE ULTIMATE music-and-dance driven Michael Jackson homage.

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The Commodores (Seminole Casino Coconut Creek- Coconut Creek)

Just checked the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek box-office and surprisingly there are a few tickets still available for The Commodores’- Saturday, November 9th, 2019 (8pm) show…so if you wanna go and don’t yet have tickets, it’s time to make your move on the ticket front. The bet here, SRO when The Commodores hit the stage!
Tickets Online:

Posted on September 19th, 2019
* The Commodores.

Tickets just went on sale…


The Skinny:

The Commodores

Saturday, November 9th, 2019 (8pm)
Seminole Casino Coconut Creek (The Pavilion)
5550 NW 40th Street
Coconut Creek, Florida 33073
Info: 954-977-6700

Tickets: ($30, $40, $50).



Saturday, November 9 • 8PM • The Pavilion

See one of the greatest Motown and R&B/Funk artists of all time, The Commodores. Walter “Clyde” Orange, James Dean “JD” Nicholas and William “WAK” King have influenced artists in all genres with their classic songs, including “Brick House” and “Night Shift.” Purchase your tickets and see this legendary group live at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek.

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Ray Kroc Must Be Scratching His Head- Saying WTF!

Posted on November 4th, 2019 · American Fast Food Music/Events/Other · 3 Comments »

* Ray Kroc Must Be Scratching His Head-Saying WTF!

Do some homework, the McDonald Brothers were Goody Two-Shoes, Ray Kroc wasn’t…

Just keeping you guys in the loop…


McDonald’s Fires CEO Steve Easterbrook Over Relationship With Employee
Head of U.S. business is named chief executive as burger giant fights weak domestic sales

Steve Easterbrook had been chief executive since 2015.
By Heather Haddon
Updated Nov. 3, 2019 6:41 pm ET
McDonald’s Corp. said it had fired Chief Executive Steve Easterbrook because of his consensual relationship with an employee, the latest challenge for the company as it races to keep up with changes reverberating throughout the food industry.

The burger giant said Sunday that its board voted Friday to terminate Mr. Easterbrook after investigating his relationship with the unnamed employee. Mr. Easterbrook resigned from McDonald’s board as well. He said in an email to McDonald’s employees on Sunday that he had violated company policy on personal conduct.

“This was a mistake,” Mr. Easterbrook said in the email. “Given the values of the company, I agree with the board that it is time for me to move on.” Mr. Easterbrook said he is grateful for his time at the company and has declined to comment further, according to a representative.

The company wouldn’t provide more details on the relationship.

McDonald’s said Mr. Easterbrook would be replaced immediately by USA President Chris Kempczinski, 51.

Mr. Easterbrook, 52 years old, has been chief executive since March 2015. During his tenure, the company’s shares nearly doubled in value but traffic to U.S. restaurants continues to stagnate. McDonald’s is reckoning with challenges reverberating throughout the food industry from meat producers to supermarkets as consumers switch to products that they see as more healthful and big companies sacrifice profit for technological upgrades and delivery.

McDonald’s has invested in updating its sandwiches and renovating its restaurants to keep up with those changes, but paid a price in profits. And U.S. franchisees have balked at mandated investments in digital-ordering kiosks and new menu items like fresh-beef burgers. Franchisees started an independent association last year to push back against some of Mr. Easterbrook’s changes.

Chris Kempczinski, the new CEO of McDonald’s PHOTO: GABE PALACIO FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL
Mr. Easterbrook said earlier this year that he and other top executives, including Mr. Kempczinski, had been talking to franchisees in light of their concerns, and had pushed back the timeline for owners making some capital investments as a result.

“Wouldn’t life be great if everyone was happy? Of course,” Mr. Easterbrook told investors. “Am I fundamentally concerned that it will derail us from the shared vision that we have? No, not at all.”

Mr. Easterbrook also rolled back offerings including premium burgers and parts of an all-day breakfast menu after they slowed down restaurant operations. Wait-times at McDonald’s drive-throughs have climbed in recent years as the company’s menu became increasingly complex.

Mr. Kempczinski, who helped implement many of the recent changes as head of U.S. operations, said he will maintain Mr. Easterbrook’s focus on technology as CEO and believes the company’s investments will pay off.

“There isn’t going to be some radical, strategic shift. The plan is working,” Mr. Kempczinski said in an interview on Sunday.

Mr. Kempczinski said investors should feel confident in the succession and that he intends to listen to consumers. He also said he looked forward to continuing to discuss concerns with franchisees. “It’s something we need to solve together,” said Mr. Kempczinski, who will also join McDonald’s board.

McDonald’s said Joe Erlinger, most recently president of international operated markets, is succeeding Mr. Kempczinski to oversee McDonald’s roughly 14,000 domestic restaurants.

McDonald’s shares, up 9% this year, have trailed the broader S&P index tracking restaurants in that period, including other fast-food peers such as Wendy’s Co. and Restaurant Brands International Inc.

McDonald’s faces more challenges at the U.S. restaurants that drives its sales. Labor organizers and some lawmakers have called on the company to address workplace harassment issues and raise its minimum wage to $15 an hour.

McDonald’s this year strengthened workplace training and protocol for reporting potential employee misconduct. Mr. Kempczinski said the company had a responsibility to address workplace well-being. The company said this year that it would stop lobbying against federal minimum wage increases, and that it recognizes the rights of its employees to join labor organizations.

The company said details of Messrs. Kempczinski’s and Easterbrook’s pay would be disclosed in a filing by Tuesday.

Mr. Easterbrook, who is divorced, had a long career at McDonald’s. Before becoming CEO, he worked as head of the company’s U.K. business, which he helped return to growth by modernizing its restaurants, revamping the menu and portraying McDonald’s as environmentally friendly—tactics he later employed at the company more broadly. Mr. Easterbrook, who was born in Watford, England, was the second non-American to lead the company, after the late Charlie Bell of Australia.

Mr. Easterbrook left McDonald’s in 2011 to become CEO of Britain’s PizzaExpress Ltd. and then Japanese-style noodle bar chain Wagamama Ltd. Two years later he returned, eventually becoming McDonald’s global chief brand officer.

Within months of becoming CEO, he enacted several changes, including committing to switch to cage-free eggs, antibiotic-free chicken and hormone-free milk; raising workers’ pay above minimum wage and giving different geographic markets more control over the menu.

His pay as CEO rose with McDonald’s share price, which closed Friday at $194. His compensation peaked in 2017 at a total of $21.8 million including $9.1 million in incentive-based pay. He received $15.9 million in total compensation last year. He also sits on the board of Walmart Inc


Win A $20 Granger’s Bar & Grill Gift Card (Delray Beach)

Posted on November 4th, 2019 · American Contests Deals Delray Beach · 26 Comments »

This contest started on 10/2919. This contest has a winner.

* Win A $20 Granger’s Bar & Grill Gift Card

Jeff Eats got a $20 Granger’s Bar & Grill 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 $20 Gift Card is good at Granger’s Bar & Grill, 215 NE 6th Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33483, (561) 276-7881.

Posted on July 10th, 2017

***** Granger’s Grille, 802 Southeast 5th Avenue, Delray Beach, Florida 33483, (561) 276-7881.

Do you guys know what scarily good means? Well, Granger’s Grille in Delray Beach is scarily good.

Real quick story…

Hole in the wall with scarily good American-Style food located at 215 Northeast 6th Avenue, Delray Beach after 23 years was forced to move- because the landlord sold the building it was in. A few months later (January, 2017) the “former” hole in the wall re-opened 3-times larger at 892 Southeast 5th Avenue, Delray Beach serving the same scarily good American-Style food!

All Jeff Eats can tell you guys, is that if you’re into absolutely dynamite burgers/ wings/ bbq ribs/ fried zucchini/ onion rings/ French fries/ tuna salad/ chili/ fried chicken/ onion soup/ meatloaf so-on and so forth, portions that could choke a horse, super reasonable prices and a staff that can’t do enough for you- Granger’s Grille is a must try for you!

You can check menu/info at

Granger’s Grille is open Sunday noon-8pm, Monday-Friday 11:00am-9:30pm.

Posted on January 6th, 2016

***** Granger’s Bar & Grill, 215 NE 6th Avenue, Delray Beach Florida 33483, (561) 276-7881.

Let’s call Granger’s “a story that bears repeating”…

Jeff Eats has been eating at Granger’s for years and I gotta tell you, the joint’s food always kills!…great burgers, wings, meatloaf, barbecue ribs, salads, onion rings, soups, French fries, sandwiches- you name it- and this no frills American-Style hole in the wall-makes it just right!

Granger’s Bar & Grill is an absolute must try!

I love this joint! Trust Jeff Eats when I tell you, you will too!

You can check menu/prices at

Granger’s Bar & Grill is open:

Mon + Tue + Thur 11AM – 9PM
Wed + Fri 11AM – 9:30PM
Saturday 11:30AM – 9PM
Sunday 12PM – 8PM

Posted on February 9th, 2008

***** Granger’s Bar & Grill, 215 NE 6th Avenue, Delray Beach Florida (561) 276-7881.

Granger’s is a 38 seat bar-grill located on Federal Highway. The joint has something like 10 seats at the bar and a handful of booths and tables…one waitress-one busgirl-3 in the kitchen and that’s the whole shooting match. By the way, the waitress and busgirl are also the bartenders. The bathrooms are out-houses in the parking lot.

Granger’s food is absolutely great. Appetizers, burgers, salads, main dishes everything is delicious. How that little kitchen bangs out so much delicious food is beyond me, but in the 30-40 times that I have eaten at Granger’s everything was right on the money.

I am telling you, that this little joint is a MUST for you. Wear tee shirt/shorts so you don’t look stupid. The joint is open Monday-Saturday for lunch and dinner. The prices are also dirt cheap and if you are there on a Saturday Night you have to try the brick of meatloaf that is one of this joint’s specialities.

From the outside, Granger’s looks like a D U M P. Try it, you will love it.

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DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday- 11/3/19- Sweet Mama’s Restaurant- Orlando)

***** DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday- 11/3/19- Sweet Mama’s Restaurant).

One of Jeff Eats’ favorite menu items…


Sweet Mama’s Restaurant
10743 Narcoossee Road
Orlando, Florida 32832
(407) 282-7737
Latest Review: 3/28/19

If you’re into “mom & pop” diners- this joint kills! An absolute must try!

Posted on March 28th, 2019

***** Sweet Mama’s Restaurant, 10743 Narcoossee Road, Orlando, Florida 32832, (407) 282-7737.

Got a real good “mom & pop” diner for you guys to checkout- Sweet Mama’s Restaurant in Orlando.

Real simple concept at work here- table/booth/counter seating, open 7 days a week 6am-3pm, reasonably priced breakfast & lunch/dinner to go/tons of baked goods menu.

Yesterday, Jeff Eats and four business associates (How you doin’?) did breakfast at Sweet Mama’s and I’m telling you guys- this joint really has its act together. Delicious food and a staff that knows how to run things!

Let me wrap Sweet Mama’s Restaurant up for you guys by saying, if you’re into “mom & pop” diners- you gotta check this joint out. It’s really good!

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Chick-fil-A sent an email promoting National Sandwich Day on Sunday. Did they forget they’re closed that day?

Posted on November 2nd, 2019 · American Fast Food · No Comments »

* Chick-fil-A sent an email promoting National Sandwich Day on Sunday. Did they forget they’re closed that day?

Keeping you guys in the loop…

Chick-fil-A mistakenly promotes National Sandwich Day, apologizes
Kelly Tyko, USA TODAY
USA TODAYNovember 1, 2019

Popeyes vs Chick-fil-A: Southerners (try) to settle the great chicken sandwich debate

Chick-fil-A fans firmly have it ingrained in their minds – and stomachs – that the chicken chain is closed on Sundays.

But the Atlanta-based fast-food chain apparently forgot when it sent an email to some of its loyalty members this week.

“Calling all sandwich lovers,” the email that also promoted the Chick-fil-A One program said, “Some prefer it grilled, others fancy the original. No matter which Chick-fil-A sandwich you love, order yours on November 3 for National Sandwich Day.”

This year, the made-up food holiday held annually on Nov. 3 falls on a Sunday, which also happens to be the day that rival Popeyes’ chicken sandwich – the one that prompted this summer’s Chicken Sandwich War – returns to restaurants.

Chicken Sandwich War: Popeyes announces return date of its chicken sandwich and takes a dig at Chick-fil-A

Another email followed Thursday with the subject, “Well … this is awkward.”

“We recently sent an email that included a message about National Sandwich Day, which naturally we were very excited about,” the email reads. “We didn’t realize it falls on Sunday when we are closed. We apologize for the confusion and hope to see you soon (Monday-Saturday).”

In a statement sent to USA TODAY, Chick-fil-A poked fun at its own mistake.

“The cows sometimes get over-eager on their quest for self-preservation,” Chick-fil-A said in the statement. “They have been reminded that Sundays are off limits.”

Popeyes took a dig at Chick-fil-A earlier in the week by announcing its chicken sandwich would return on a day the competition was closed.

In a short YouTube video, a highway sign showing Popeyes and Chick-fil-A’s names is updated to add the words “open Sunday” under Popeyes, next to the “closed Sunday” under Chick-fil-A.

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Win A $20 Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Gift Card

This contest started on 10/28/19. This contest has a winner.

* Win A $20 Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Gift Card.

Jeff Eats got a $20 Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen Gift Card to give to one of you guys…

The game- the first 15 “reader-comments” received – will be entered in a “blind hat pick”! You can submit as many coAmments as you’d like but- Please, only 1- reader comment – per day…play fair!

The $20 Gift Card is good at any Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen location.

Check for menu/prices/locations/info.