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Scout & Molly’s Boutique Opens At The Shops At Boca Center

An afternoon in your best friend’s closet,” is how Boca Raton resident Lisa Kaufman describes Scout & Molly’s, the retail franchise she created.

The brand has more than 50 locations in 24 states and Scout & Molly’s newest location will be at the Shops at Boca Center, set to open on Sept. 8.

The boutique features expertly curated selections of women’s apparel and accessories, and boasts friendly stylists who are always willing to help shoppers pick out the best options for their body types and personal styles.

Sale represented by Steve Mossini with Prakas & Company.

Brands offered at Scout & Molly’s include AG, Analili, Atina Christina, BB Dakota, Gretchen Scott, Tolani and more. The store also carries evening and cocktail dresses.

To find out more information, visit scoutandmollys.com/boca.

5050 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton; 561.430.3462;

Photos courtesy of Scout & Molly’s

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DON CHEPO’S TACO SHOP OPENING OCT. 15 IN BOCA RATON

Boca Raton’s newest taco spot will open Oct. 15 when the team behind the popular Wellington taco eatery, Don Chepo’s Taco Shop, opens in the Boardwalk at Boca Raton shopping and dining center.

http://www.donchepos.com  Sale of the fromer Blue Moon Mexican Cafe BROKERED BY: Prakas & Company.

The 4,200 square-foot restaurant will feature lakeside outdoor seating, festive painted walls and an expansive bar.

Chef/Owner Dustin Parfitt and Owner Juan Gando will serve house-made, street-style tacos – with options for meat lovers, vegetarians/vegans, even those with gluten allergies – quesadillas, burritos and hand-selected chef’s platters.

“We take great pride in the foods we are serving,” Parfitt said. “Our corn tortillas are made fresh in-house every morning, our vegetables from local farms, and we match our cocktails with the dishes we serve.”

Don Chepo’s initially will be open for dinner, followed soon by launch daily specials and a weekend brunch.

“Smoking the pork for our Tacos al Pastor has to be my favorite thing to do at the moment,” Parfitt said. “The pork is marinated in our own special blend of chilies and spices and smoked over hickory for eight hours. When you come to Don Chepo’s and smell the aroma, you will see – and taste – why it’s my favorite.”

Gourmet street tacos ($7-12 and served two per order) will be the restaurant’s specialty, but Don Chepo’s menu also will include dishes such as Tamal al Pastor – served in an open corn husk, topped with a thick, savory sauce, plenty of crumbled cotija cheese and chopped green onions. The Chicken Quesadilla is large, toasted and stuffed to the brim with Poblano-marinated chicken and three kinds of cheese. The Bean Burrito is packed with refried beans, Chihuahua cheese, Mexican rice, black beans and Pico.