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Ahhh, Spring… when a young man’s fancy lightly turns to thoughts of… partying and letting loose. While a typically American tradition, students from all over the states have George Warren “Bob” Gill, Jr. (aka “the Father of Fort Lauderdale Spring break” to thank. In fact, its history dates back to 1935, when the Colgate University men’s swimming team went there to practice.

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Let Bivalves Be Bivalves

Submitted by admin on April 19, 2011 – 12:39 pmNo Comment

Oyster lovers no longer have  to wait for “the ‘ber’ months” to enjoy them… head down to Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro at The Palazzo for OysterPalooza – offering seven oyster selections, now through May 31. Paying homage to both East and West Coast molluscs, you can get your fix of the following – Blue Point (Long Island), Hama Hama and Kumamoto (Washington), Kumiai (Baja California), Kusshi and Paradise Cove (British Columbia) and Malpeque (Prince Edward Island). They’re served with Mignonette, lemon and housemade cocktail sauce and are available individually ($3.50), half-dozen ($16.95) or a dozen ($36.95); and available daily, 11 a.m. till close. We think it’s a small price to pay for getting them “off-season.”

Morels French Steakhouse & Bistro, The Palazzo, open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner, 702-607-6333


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