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This slip of a restaurant capitalizes on a nationwide fascination with pork buns and noodles, offering a short list of greatest hits, including pho, ramen, udon noodles, steamed buns, and a variety of innards. There's much that engages the mind and the senses here and it's no wonder: Kapow was conceived by stylish restaurateurs Rodney Mayo, Scott Frielich, and Vaughan Lazar, whose ventures include Respectable Street, Dada, Tryst, and Longboards. Pork belly dominates the menu, whether it's in the sandwich or a soup garnish, and for good reason: it imparts smoky, fatty, bacony flavor. Small plates are also a staple, such as the demure shishito peppers, which every sixth one or so packs an extra punch of heat. A mural of a geisha serves as the backdrop, a journey of anime punctuated by cartoon robots and animals swimming in a painted sea. This Boca Raton spot isn't the place to take your party of six, since it's a tiny space dominated by a bar. Instead, its a destination for a date or an intimate conversation with a friend, tucked in the bar's corner or at a modest wooden table.
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The naysayers claimed it couldn't be done. They sniffed and smirked, saying a noodle bar with an edgy style and fun concept couldn't survive in a brisket-loving city of grayhairs. But more than half a year after opening, this Mizner Park restaurant can thumb its nose at early detractors. The spot is flourishing, thanks in no small part to the challenging but accessible dishes streaming out of the kitchen during a slamming dinner hour and an aesthetic that is simultaneously trendy and... More »
Here's a happy-hour riddle: If the way to a man -- or woman's -- heart is through the stomach and not the wallet, how is it that flat, flavorless beer and baskets of deep-fried appetizers became synonymous with the postwork pick-me-up? Sure, that cup of Coors and basket of breaded-and-battered whatever may come cheap, but at what cost? The "happy-time" block offered weeknights at Kapow! doesn't half-ass it with the low-cost offerings. House wines and draft beers -- an... More »
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