Explore the 3 freshest new businesses to open in Fort Lauderdale

Ready to discover the newest restaurant and retail additions to Fort Lauderdale? From a day spa to a brunch destination, read on for a rundown of the newest hot spots to debut around town.

Bo's Beach

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Stroll past 600 Seabreeze Blvd. in Central Beach Alliance and you'll find Bo's Beach, a new bar and New American spot, offering seafood and more.

Locals flock to Bo's Beach for a happy hour that offers ocean views, daiquiris and draft beers and appetizers like barbecue pork sliders and Sriracha-battered onion rings. You'll also find larger Caribbean dishes, like jerk chicken and Cuban sandwiches, plenty of seafood and specialty burgers and a chicken pesto pizza. 

Bo's Beach is open from 11:30 a.m.–2 a.m. daily.

J Cohen's Day Spa

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Stroll past 3045 N. Federal Highway, Suite 42 in Coral Ridge and you'll find J Cohen's Day Spa, a new day spa and skin care spot.

If you want to be that sharp-dressed man, J. Cohen's Day Spa is a judgement free zone dedicated to you, according to its website. Book appointments online for a range of services from grooming and massages to skin and nail care. Body treatments include peels, wraps and exfoliations. 

Java & Jam

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Java & Jam is a new breakfast and brunch and traditional American spot, offering coffee and tea and more that's located at 301 E. Las Olas Blvd.

Serving breakfast all day, Java & Jam offers banana bread French toast, omelettes, eggs Benedict and other classic morning dishes with bacon, sausage and toast. If you need a java fix, it offers espresso drinks like cappuccino, lattes and more. (Click here for the full menu). 

Java & Jam is open from 7 a.m.–4 p.m. daily.


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