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Comedian- Bobby Collins (Boca Black Box- Boca Raton)

Originally posted on May 6th, 2021.

* Comedian- Bobby Collins.

The man sells out wherever he plays…

If you haven’t yet-seen the “clean working”- Bobby Collins…GO!- I guarantee – that you will have an absolutely great time!

Buy tickets NOW!

Like I just said, Collins sells out wherever he plays!

The Skinny:

Comedian-Bobby Collins

Friday, November 12th, 2021 (8pm)
Saturday, November 13th, 2021 (7pm & 9pm)

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


Comedian Bobby Collins has an ability to truthfully translate the human condition. Audiences across the country relate to his comedic characterizations as he exposes the humor of day-to-day situations as well as serving up resplendent rants on world events.

Through precise physical timing and impeccable audience insight, he has honed his talents while performing from hole in the wall clubs to sold out theaters. His rise to top headlining, comedic master was inevitable. His true dedication to his craft is what keeps his vibrant shows consistently sold out.

A native New Yorker, Collins possesses a confidence and genuine everyman likeability that can only be earned. He knows what it is like to work a day job, in order to pursue a dream. He has flipped his share of burgers, as well as signing on as a substitute high school history teacher, to pay the bills, all the while performing in comedy clubs at night.

After heeding a conversation with his father, with some trepidation, he ventured into sales. Settling into the high fashion industry. A detour that proved so successful, that in the 1980s he had risen to Vice President at Calvin Klein. It was there that he found himself faced with a life changing decision; remain here or chuck the security (and more than substantial steady income) for the uncertain challenge of heading out on the road, to pursue his dream of becoming a professional, full time stand-up comedian.

It was a decision he has never regretted.

Realizing his dream has given Bobby the opportunity to tour with titans of entertainment like Frank Sinatra, Cher, Julio Iglesias and Dolly Parton. As a professional stand-up comedian, he has worked alongside friends, Chris Rock, Ray Romano and Drew Carey, as well as many others. Rosie ODonnell specifically requested that Bobby take over as host for Stand-Up Spotlight. Collins is widely regarded as a comics comic.

Through his personal appearances at Comedy Clubs, Theaters, Corporate and Charity events, coupled with innumerable television appearances on legendary shows like Letterman, The Tonight Show with both Jimmy Fallon and Jay Leno,

Collins continues to add new fans of all ages to his loyal base of diehard followers.

It is his relationship with his audiences that results in sold out shows everywhere he makes an appearance. What you see is what you get – Collins is the same man on and off the stage. Bobby Collins has a genuine love for what he does. With such skillful dissection of everyday life, he weaves his uproarious storytelling with effortless flair and charisma as he successfully dismantles any and all socioeconomic, race and age divides. As evidenced by his birthday performance for Chelsea Clinton at the White House, to appearances in US embassies and USO shows abroad. Night after night, Bobby Collins masterfully reflects the hilarious truth – we’re all in this together!

Bobby currently has 5 CDs, 3 DVDs and a new special slated for early 2015.

With the critically acclaimed publication of his first book, On The Inside, Witisms and Wisdomisms by Comedian Bobby Collins we learn, through his personal and professional tragedies and triumphs, what has shaped his beliefs. With humorous recall, Bobby recounts his search for balance between career and family. The Boca Black Box is thrilled to welcome their friend, Bobby Collins, back to the stage this November!

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Gary Puckett and the Union Gap (The Emerson Center- Vero Beach)

* Gary Puckett and the Union Gap.

Tickets just went on sale…

If you can keep a little secret- Gary Puckett and the Union Gap is one of Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats all-time favorite 60’s bands!

Just picked-up 2 tickets…

Gary Puckett and the Union Gap

Thursday, January 27th, 2022 (7:00pm)

Prices: $40.00 – $95.00

The Emerson Center
1590 27th Avenue
Vero Beach, FL 32960
Phone: 772-777-9321

Gary Puckett and the Union Gap was one of the most successful musical groups of the sixties and seventies. Gary’s unmistakable signature voice garnered six consecutive gold records and sold more records than any other recording act…including the Beatles….plus… had top ten Billboard hits with “Young Girl,” “Woman Woman,” “Lady Willpower,” “Over You,” “This Girl is a Woman Now,” “Keep the Customer Satisfied,” “Don’t Give In to Him” and “Home.” Puckett has performed on more than thirty network television shows and prime time specials during his career and continues to tour nationally & internationally.


Win A $25 Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza Gift Card (Boca Raton)

Posted on July 19th, 2021 · Boca Raton Contests Deals Italian Pizza · 30 Comments »

This contest started on 7/12/21. This contest has a winner.

* Win A $25 Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza Gift Card.

Jeff Eats got a $25 Tucci’s Fire N Coal 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 $25 Gift Card is good at Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza, 50 Northeast 1st Avenue, Boca Raton, Florida 33432, (561) 620-2930. Check for menu/prices/info.

Posted on September 16, 2018

* DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday-9/16/18- Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza).

One of Jeff Eats’ favorite menu items…


Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza
50 Northeast 1st Avenue
Boca Raton
(561) 620-2930
Latest Review: 11/1/15

The bet here is that this joint is one of the Best Coal Fired Pizza Joints In America.

Appetizers, salads, pizzas, wings, entrees- they’re all delicious!

Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza is an absolute must try!

Posted on November 1st, 2015

* DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday-11/1/15-Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza).

One of Jeff Eats’ favorite menu items…

(10 wings) $11.95

Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza
50 Northeast 1st Avenue
Boca Raton
(561) 620-2930
Latest Review: 5/15/09

Real simple tale to tell you, Jeff Eats is thinking- that Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza is one of the best coal-oven pizza joints in Florida.

No bs-here, its salads, pizzas, pastas and entrees are all- off the chart- and I really can’t think of another Florida coal oven joint that makes better coal oven wings.

Tucci’s is an absolute must try.

Jeff Eats can’t even begin to imagine- that you won’t love this joint!

Posted on May 15th, 2009

***** Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza, 50 Northeast 1st Avenue, Boca Raton, Florida 33432 (561) 620-2930.

Regular, Jeff Eats’ readers know that…I love a good pizza. I don’t care if it’s brick-oven, wood oven, coal oven, this oven or that oven…just as long as it tastes good. You also do know that I speak fluent Italian…”Give me two slices and a large Coke.”…don’t you? Over the past 3-years or so, South Florida has been “hit” with a ton of new pizza joints which play the “coal oven-chicken wings” card…guys like Anthony’s, Coal Mine, Carolina’s, Mona Lisa, just to name a few…and by in large, they are all pretty decent… of course, some are better than others…that’s why Jeff Eats is here.

Anyway…last night, I gave Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza in Boca Raton a shot. The joint which has been open for something like 3 months… has indoor seating for about 50 and maybe 10 outside. The menu has 4 appetizers, chicken wings, escarole & beans, eggplant rollatini and sauteed broccoli rabe & sausage…2 salads, Italian and caesar…loads of coal/wood cooked pizzas…2 desserts, cheesecake and cannoli…beer and soda by the bottle.

Let’s make this review easy. I had an Italian salad, margherita/ricotta pizza, chicken wings. The food was delicious. The salad was cold, fresh, crisp… The chicken wings were seasoned with garlic and carmalize onion, The pizza was thin crusted, crisp, perfectly well-done, right on the money sweet sauce…As for service, pleasant as can be…Price-wise, small wings (10) $9.95, salad which could have feed 3 ($10.95), pizzas–depending on what you order (that’s obvious) start at- small ($13.95)-large ($17.95).

Tucci’s Fire N Coal Pizza is a really good coal-oven pizza/chicken joint. I enjoyed its food and casual “hole in the wall” atmosphere. By the way, you can check Tucci’s menu/prices at

Tucci’s is open for lunch & dinner Tuesday-Sunday…the joint is closed on Monday.

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Roll The Stones (Wellington Amphitheater- Wellington)

Posted on July 18th, 2021 · American Deals Fast Food Wellington · 2 Comments »

* Roll The Stones.

Definitely one of the best Rolling Stones’ tribute bands in the business.

Check for concert-event-food truck schedule/information.


This is a great show based around the hall of fame songwriting team of “The Rolling Stones”. NOT a look-a-like band or a Rolling Stones clone. This band is all about putting on a super high energy rock & roll show! Influenced by Blues, R&B, R&R and all great music from the decades., this more than simply a tribute act playing the best of the Rolling Stones’ music from the 60’s, ’70s and ’80s. Possessing a similar energy to the Rolling Stones’ phenomenal live sound, capturing the power and excitement of those now legendary stadium tours with all the big hits and a wide selection of rarities sure to please casual and hard core Stones fans alike

More information about Roll The Stones can be found at

Experience a flashback to the songs that were… the soundtrack of your lives. Younger listeners appreciate the energy and power of the iconic songs that made the Rolling Stones a lasting force in popular music.


DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday- 7/18/21- Yogi Berra Forever Stamp)

Posted on July 18th, 2021 · American Music/Events/Other · 3 Comments »

***** DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday- 7/18/21- Yogi Berra Forever Stamp).

One of Jeff Eats’ favorite menu items….


(55 cents)

Time to remember what America is all about…

By the way, today’s $.55 stamp cost $.02 back in 1925 when Yogi was born. I wonder what Yogi would have to say about that, if he was with us today!


June 24, 2021

Postal Service Honors Yankees Legend Yogi Berra With Forever Stamp

All-Star Baseball Player Yogi Berra Forever Stamp

LITTLE FALLS, NJ — The U.S. Postal Service issued the Yogi Berra stamp today. This Forever stamp was dedicated during a ceremony at the Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center in Little Falls, NJ, and is now being sold at Post Office locations nationwide and online at

News about the stamp is being shared on social media using the hashtags #YogiBerraStamp and #BaseballStamps. Followers of the Postal Service’s Facebook and Twitter pages can view the ceremony live on and An additional video will be posted two hours after the ceremony providing more information and insights in telling the story of the stamp subject.

“We hope this stamp will serve as a reminder of Yogi’s larger than life personality — both on and off the field,” said Ron A. Bloom, chairman, U.S. Postal Service Board of Governors.

Bloom was joined for the ceremony by Bob Costas, Emmy Award-winning sportscaster; and Larry, Tim and Dale Berra, sons of Yogi Berra. The ceremony can be viewed on the Postal Service Facebook and Twitter pages.

“The Berra family wishes to thank the U.S. Postal Service for honoring our father with a Forever stamp for his prowess as a baseball icon who demonstrated the right way to earn the respect of family, friends, competitors and people everywhere,” the family said in a statement.


Yogi Berra was one of the greatest Major League Baseball players of all-time. He won three American League MVP awards, was an 18-time MLB All-Star and played in the World Series championship in 14 of his 18 seasons in Yankees pinstripes.

Born Lawrence Peter Berra, he earned his famous nickname while playing American Legion baseball. Legend has it that Berra and his teammates went to the movies, where they saw a travelogue about India. Noticing that Berra sat waiting to bat with legs and arms folded in the same fashion as the yogis on the screen, one of his teammates decided everyone should call Berra “Yogi.”

The Yankees signed Berra to a minor league contract in 1942. After playing one season, he was drafted and served in the Navy during World War II serving as part of the D-Day invasion and eventually earning a Purple Heart. Discharged in May of 1946, Berra played with the Yankees for the final week of the season. He hit the first of his 358 Major League home runs in his second time at bat. The next season, he won the first of his World Series rings.

A talented athlete, Berra became almost as well known for his paradoxical sayings, Yogi-isms — contradictory bits of logic and humor — as for his skill on the baseball diamond. “I never said everything I said,” Berra conceded, but several quotes attributed to him appear in Bartlett’s Familiar Quotations.

After retiring as a Yankees player in 1963, Berra began a second career as a manager and coach, taking two teams to the World Series as manager.

Berra was elected to the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1972 and was a posthumous recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian award.

Art director Antonio Alcalá designed the stamp with original art by Charles Chaisson and lettering by Michael Doret.

The Yogi Berra stamp is being issued as a Forever stamp in panes of 20. These Forever stamps will always be equal in value to the current First-Class Mail 1‑ounce price.

A pictorial postmark of the designated first-day-of-issue city, Little Falls, NJ, is available at

Postal Products

Customers may purchase stamps and other philatelic products through the Postal Store at, by calling 844-737-7826, by mail through USA Philatelic, or at Post Office locations nationwide.

The Postal Service generally receives no tax dollars for operating expenses and relies on the sale of postage, products and services to fund its operations.


Posted on September 23rd, 2015

* Yogi Berra.

Yogi Berra passed away last night at the age of 90.

Now real fast, name the New York Yankees’ current starting catcher. Or how about the name of the Yankees’ current starting left-fielder!

Times sure have changed.

Make sure that you eat those hot dogs with mustard and sauerkraut, French fries with loads of ketchup, pizza slices- and drink those chocolate shakes…because I’m pretty sure that- you only get to go around once!



Yogi Berra 1925-2015: Sports world mourns the loss of baseball icon Yogi Berra
Yogi Berra: A celebration of baseball, life and a man’s legacy of words Jeff Passan By Jeff Passan

One of the most beautiful lives baseball has known, full of accomplishment and achievement, of kindness and compassion, of malapropism and solecism, ended Tuesday night. Yogi Berra died at 90 and took with him a legacy inimitable in every way imaginable. More than his play on the field, his words defined him and will continue to do so long after his passing. Because nobody knew how to mangle the English language as gloriously – and prophetically – as Lawrence Peter Berra.

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”

Born to immigrants in St. Louis, storming the beach at Normandy, shot later in World War II, behind the plate for the New York Yankees, in the dugout for them and the New York Mets, kibitzing around New Jersey with his beloved wife, Carmen, Yogi Berra bebopped from place to place, moment to moment, his presence a vortex. Berra’s pull was gravitational, and it made his famous quotes all the more powerful. People didn’t latch on to what Berra said because of what he did. They found meaning in his words because of who he was. For the pocket philosopher who tries to translate Yogi-isms, this one – which sprung from a split road that ended up at his home on either path – is quite simple: Trust yourself.

“Baseball is 90 percent mental. The other half is physical.”

Yogi Berra was a mythical creature: the eminently likeable Yankee. He spent almost his entire career in pinstripes, save for four games as a player-coach with the Mets, and on teams with Joe DiMaggio and Mickey Mantle and Phil Rizzuto and Whitey Ford and Roger Maris, he was the lifeblood, the spiritual essence, the lunch-pail figure so beloved he inspired a cartoon character who loved nothing more than pilfering a good lunch. Never did Berra bother to correct his math here, though perhaps that was intentional. To do what he did for as long as he did may well have taken more than 100 percent.

“It’s like déjà vu all over again.”

Every year, it was almost the same. Yogi Berra would hit somewhere in the neighborhood of .300, get on base about 36 percent of the time, hit at least 20 home runs, drive in around 100 runs, strike out 20-something times and make the All-Star team long before it became a participation-trophy event. Fifteen straight times Berra was an All-Star, even toward the end of his career, long after the three MVP awards and seven top-four finishes. Every spring he would show up a year older, a step slower, a hair thinner, and he’d still be Yogi, forever Yogi.

“I always thought that record would stand until it was broken.”

The record will stand forever. Of every great thing Yogi Berra did on a baseball field – 358 home runs, 1,430 RBIs, a .285/.348/.482 line while regularly catching 140 games a season and 117 times doing so in both ends of a doubleheader – he won 10 World Series rings, a number that even though it was easier in the ’40s and ’50s and ’60s remains unfathomable today. Over his 19 seasons, Berra played in 14 World Series, a reflection not just of how the Yankees lorded over the sport but Berra’s central role. For the most successful franchise in sports history, he participated in more success than anyone.

“You can observe a lot just by watching.”

For all of George Steinbrenner’s brilliance as an owner, his stubbornness was poisonous, and when he fired Yogi Berra 16 games into the 1985 season, something was missing from the Bronx. By insulting and rejecting Berra, the Yankees actively choosing a life without him was like a shoe shunning its laces, a table snubbing its legs, a light fixture discarding its bulb. During the return of the Yankees’ glory days in 1996, the knowledge that the bridge separating Berra and the Yankees in reality was a few miles but in his mind was a million cast sadness and emptiness on this new era. Berra kept waiting and waiting and waiting for an apology, and when Steinbrenner acceded, it felt almost like an international peace accord. The Yankees held Yogi Berra Day in 1999, and for the next 15 years, health permitting, he was the team’s most visible legend. Ultimately, he knew life with the Yankees and life without them, and he knew which made him happiest.

“I never said most of the things I said.”

Time exaggerates words, and Yogi Berra’s existence was a huge game of telephone. He probably said some of the things attributed to him. He probably didn’t say others. Never did he go out of his way to correct the ledger, though, because he knew something that resonated far deeper than one would expect from someone of chronic misspokenness: The words fit who we wanted him to be, and as important as he was to his sprawling Berra clan, Yogi was also the people’s, and he’d always be.

“You should always go to other people’s funerals. Otherwise, they won’t come to yours.”

.Yogi Berra was beloved by modern Yankees legends such as Derek Jeter. (AP)
Yogi Berra was beloved by modern Yankees legends such as Derek Jeter. (AP)
They’ll come to his. They’ll come in droves, from all five boroughs and every corner of Jersey, from the rest of the northeast and the southeast and stretching across the United States, from remote places in the world so far away it seems impossible that one man’s web of influence could reach so many. They’ll come not just because he came to theirs, but because Yogi Berra’s is a life well worth celebrating.

“It ain’t over ’til it’s over.”

It’s over. It’s sad because we saw Yogi Berra slow down in recent years, and when someone whose wondrous mind always worked with a lilt of childishness loses that to old age it’s a harrowing reminder of fallibility and the vagaries of time. If it allows everyone across the game and the country and the world to remember him, though, to spread the wit and wisdom, then it dovetails with how he spent his 90 years. As a kid, Berra’s friends started calling him Yogi because how he sat resembled a yoga practitioner, and it stuck, even as he grew into a 5-foot-7, 185-pound squat, inflexible bowling ball. It fit, too, somehow, maybe because of the connotation of spirituality and philosophy and the unique place in history Berra occupies. He took the fork and ended up here, exactly where he belongs.

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An Evening With Judy Gold (Mizner Park Cultural Center- Boca Raton)

* An Evening With Judy Gold.

The lady is off-the-chart funny!

Don’t miss her!

An Evening With Judy Gold

Saturday, November 6, 2021 @ 7:30pm

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

$40 Regular / $47.50 Premium / $55 VIP


2-time Emmy Award Winner and “Yes I Can Say That” Author Judy Gold makes her RRazz Room Presents at Mizner Park Cultural Center return with an evening of side-splitting comedy.

Judy has had stand-up specials on HBO, Comedy Central and LOGO. She is a regular on Comedy Central’s new series This Week At The Comedy Cellar. She has also appeared on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Judy has been seen on the reboot of Murphy Brown, has recurring roles on Netflix’s Friends From College and the Showtime series I’m Dying Up Here. Other most recent TV appearances include guest-starring roles on Broad City, Louie, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, The Jim Gaffigan Show, Inside Amy Schumer, Difficult People, 30 Rock, and 2 Broke Girls. Judy also won two Emmy awards for writing and producing The Rosie O’Donnell Show. Judy has made numerous appearances on The Wendy Williams Show, The View, The Today Show, and The Steve Harvey Show. She has written for The New York Times, Huffington Post, She is also a talking head on MSNBC as well as CNN.

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Today Is National French Fry Day!

Posted on July 13th, 2021 · American Fast Food Music/Events/Other · 31 Comments »

* Today Is National French Fry Day!

But…you-all (hey, we do live in the South) knew that (that being- that it’s National French Fry Day) already!

Now, your’e not just limited to the below chains…

Which fast food chain (in Florida) has the best French fries?

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Win A $20 Five Guys Burgers and Fries Gift Card

This contest started on 7/12/21. This contest has a winner.

* Win A $20 Five Guys Burgers and Fries Gift Card.

Jeff Eats got a $20 Five Guys Burgers and Fries 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 any Five Guys Burgers and Fries location (for locations, menu, info-


Win A $25 El Rey de las Fritas Gift Card (Miami (3), Hialeah (1))

This contest started on 7/7/21. This contest has a winner.

* Win A $25 El Rey de las Fritas Gift Card.

Jeff Eats got a $25 El Rey de las Fritas 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 $25 Gift Card is good at any El Rey de las Fritas location ( for locations, menus, info).

Please note that in addition to 4- brick & mortar locations, El Rey de las Fritas has a food truck which serves Miami and Hialeah 7 days a week. The $25 El Rey de las Fritas Gift Card can only be used at restaurant locations and not at the food truck!

Posted on January 15th, 2017

***** DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday-1/15/17).

One of Jeff Eats’ favorite menu items…


El Rey de las Fritas
1821 Southwest 8th Street
(305) 863-0880
Latest Review: 7/28/08

All I can tell you guys is that- this joint’s fritas (and other stuff) are totally-off-the-chart delicious!

There are currently 4- El Rey de las Fritas’ locations (all in South Florida)…

Trust Jeff Eats when I tell you, El Rey de las Fritas is an absolute must try!

Posted on July 28th, 2008

***** El Rey de las Fritas, 1821 SW 8th Street, Miami, Florida 33130 (305) 858-4223…421 W. 29th Street, Hialeah, Florida 33012 (305) 863-0880…9343 SW 40th Street, Miami, Florida 33165 (305) 223-9944…13720 SW 88th Street, Miami, Florida 33186 (305) 387-5656.

El Rey de las Fritas is a Cuban diner. There are currently 4 South Florida locations. There is counter-only seating. The joints are open Monday-Saturday 8am-10:30pm.

The literal English translation of El Rey de las Fritas is something like “The King of the Cuban Hamburgers.” Keep in mind that I got a “D” in High School Spanish.

Anyway…El Rey de las Fritas makes a hamburger that has to be one of the most delicious burgers that I have ever eaten. The burger is real thin… grilled… covered in onions and a sauce which tastes like a mixture of ketchup-mayo-paprika… the burger is then covered in a mound of shoe-string french fries and placed on a nice soft-hamburger bun. I am telling you, it is incredible.

In addition to the burgers, this joint has all kinds of amazing stuff, like a hoagie-style sliced steak sandwich (pan con bistec) which gives the burger a run for its money…there are tamales, Cuban sandwiches, fresh fruit shakes, hot dogs…trust me, you won’t go home hungry.

This is a joint that you have to check-out. By the way, El Rey’s prices are no more expensive than your favorite fast food joint.

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DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday- 7/11/21- Mezes Greek Taverna- Pembroke Pines)

***** DISH OF THE WEEK (Sunday- 7/11/21- Mezes Greek Taverna).

One of Jeff Eats’ favorite menu items…


Mezes Greek Taverna
10040 Pines Boulevard
Pembroke Pines
(954) 430-1725
Latest Review: 4/25/19

Trust Jeff Eats on this one, Mezes Greek Taverna is definitely one of the best Greek joints in Florida. Terrific food, super pleasant service, big portions, reasonable prices- make Mezes a home-run must try!

Posted on April 25th, 2019

***** Mezes Greek Taverna, 10040 Pines Boulevard, Pembroke Pines, Florida 33024, (954) 430-1725.

Got an absolutely dynamite Greek joint for you guys to check-out, Mezes Greek Taverna In Pembroke Pines.

Simple tale to tell… last night, Jeff Eats, Mrs. Jeff Eats, Daughter Jeff Eats and Son Jeff Eats “discovered” Mezes Greek Taverna and I gotta tell you- its reasonably priced big portions of delicious food and service killed! Full boat of expected Greek appetizers/ entrees/ desserts menu, indoor booth/table/wine bar counter seating, outdoor table seating, open Sunday-Thursday 11am-10pm/Friday-Saturday 11am-11pm.

For sure, nothing highfalutin going on at Mezes Greek Taverna (trust me- your shorts/tee shirt sneaker ensembles will definitely work) that said, Mezes Greek Taverna is definitely one of the best Greek joints that Jeff Eats, Mrs. Jeff Eats, Daughter Jeff Eats and Son Jeff Eats have eaten in- down here in Florida!

Let’s rate Mezes Greek Taverna an absolute must-try!

You guys can check menu/info-at