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Red Crab Juicy Seafood and Bar, Delray Beach

At this Cajun-spiced fast-casual crab shack from owner Zhuang Hua Lin, customers can build make-your-own seafood combos (sides: corn-on-the-cob and potatoes) that include blue crab, shrimp, black mussels and king crab legs, along with steamed-oyster appetizers, lobster rolls and chicken po boys. 4979 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach; 561-774-2997, RedCrabDelray.com

The Krazy Vegan, Hallandale Beach

Plant-based hamburgers, French fries and smoothies are the main attractions of this vegan comfort-food eatery, which opened in late May by partners Alex

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Five new restaurants to make you feel like you’re abroad this summer

The El Pastor taqueria in Soho features humidified air to make you feel like you’re in Mexico (El Pastor)

The El Pastor taqueria in Soho features humidified air to make you feel like you’re in Mexico (El Pastor)

With the ever-changing traffic light system in place, and the possibility of another 10 days stuck at home with your family following any trip abroad, it’s no surprise that the faff of overseas travel is decidedly off the menu for many of us this summer. If you’re looking to conjure up a little bit of holiday magic closer to home to satisfy your wanderlust, try these five new UK restaurant openings.

Ave Mario, London

Covent Garden’s new Italian-inspired restaurant is bound to be a hit (Ave Mario)

Covent Garden’s new Italian-inspired restaurant is bound to be a hit (Ave Mario)

It’s big! It’s bright! It’s bold! It must be the latest arrival from Big Mamma. Ave Mario, now open at Covent Garden’s Henrietta Street, is set to quickly gain cult popularity alongside its sister sites: kitsch trattoria Gloria’s in Shoreditch, and the vast and

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