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My wife and I were looking for a restaurant last night and wanted to think of not the normal restaurants in Boca. We were looking for something new. We stumbled on this place called Cafe Bolo in the Boca Grove Shopping Center on Powerline road just south of Glades near Anthony's Coal Oven Pizza. The place and ambiance was terrific. The owner/chef came to our table and greeted us. We ordered caesar salad and my wife ordered a Chicken Angelo (similar to Francaise) and I ordered the old fashioned Spaghetti & meatballs. The meatballs were made of veal and (1 comments)
Last call for boat owners and captains to take part in the city's 34th annual Holiday Boat Parade on Saturday, Dec. 18. Registration is free, and gifts and prizes will be awarded for the best decorated boats.About 40 vessels have signed up so far, and the city's events coordinator Emily Lilly would like to see about 10 more boats floating down the Intracoastal Waterway.The parade starts at 6:30 p.m. from C-15 on the Boca Raton-Delray Beach border. Judging will be held from the west side of Red Reef Park, across A1A from the beach, just north of (1 comments)
The City of Boca Residents wants to prohibit public beaches for private development - 12/15/10 11:29 AM
A group of Boca Raton residents are petitioning to prohibit the use of public beaches for private development. What has precipitated this was a 15 acre section of land that is owned by the city near Gumbo Limbo is still zoned residential. The City of Boca received an offer from a developer to purchase that land and turn it into a private beach club. The City rejected it so far, but the residents are fearful that either it may resurface again or another developer can give the City of Boca an offer they cannot refuse. The land has been used as (0 comments)
We had our 4th annual Holiday & Realtor Appreciation Party last Friday and it was a huge success. We had over 110 agents come by to say hello. It really is a great party because many of the top agents from all different companies come together and it is a time to get to know one another on a more personal level. We had some music and lots of great food including a deep fried turkey, Franklin Goldberg's famous potato latkes, and more. We raffled off a basket valued at $150, a netbook valued at $400, and a cake (0 comments)
Realtor Appreciation and Holiday Party Friday December 10th - 12/03/10 11:04 AM
Would you like a chance to win a brand new netbook? Have you ever tried deep fried turkey? Do you want the chance to have some fun and have a glass of wine or two? The date is December 10th at 6070 North Federal Highway. This is our 4th annual holiday networking and realtor appreciation event. This is not a recruiting event whatsoever. We want to say thank you for all of those agents in south florida that have shown our listings and cooperated on our deals. We want to say thank you for staying in the business and continuing to (0 comments)
It is really nice to live in a city that cares about its citizens. I have never been so proud of the city I live in than the day after Thanksgiving this year. Now that The City of Boca Raton owns the Amphitheater at Mizner Park it decided to kick off the holiday season with a tree lighting and fireworks show and a carnival. There was everything for everyone. Train ride for the kids They brought in Snow to play with as you know Florida does not exactly have snow naturally A big slide lots of games Street fair (0 comments)
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