5 for October

Check out some of the things that have piqued our interest this month at Lifestyle

Kapow Noodle Bar: The popular Asian fusion restaurant at Mizner Park in Boca Raton recently opened its doors after a relocation to a 5,175-square-foot space. In addition to doubling its seating capacity, Kapow has room for special events, an indoor/outdoor bar, an omakase bar—and three private karaoke rooms. Along with menu favorites like Vietnamese chicken wings and Hoisin barbecue ribs, look for new dishes like grilled oysters with kimchi butter; dumplings with pork, shrimp and red oil sauce; and Cantonese ginger scallion lobster. (kapownoodlebar.com)

The Journey of a Sage: The recently published book by respected and acclaimed Boca-based psychotherapist Kristen Bomas is generating considerable buzz for its thoughtful, accessible approach to understanding and mastering life’s challenges. Each chapter offers insights into the Sage’s Template, a series of interconnected concepts developed over nearly three decades of private practice that “will open doors people never knew were closed, allowing readers to master their own lives instead of floundering in its shadows.” (kristenbomas.com)

Tony Brown Collection: Marketed as futuristic artwork for the eyes, this fashion-forward eyewear brand—based in Pembroke Pines—boasts two original designs. The Dream model incorporates a triangle element; the Solar model features nine circles. Both frames are made with light, high-grade titanium. (tonybrowncollection.com)

Spiked Rich: The experiential dessert and ice cream parlor, which just opened its second South Florida location at Downtown Doral (the first is in Davie), isn’t just for kids. Customers can customize their ice cream and yogurt selections—and then watch as the Spiked Rich team brings the creation to life with liquid nitrogen that flash freezes the product at negative-321 degrees Fahrenheit. Better still, for mom and dad, there are alcohol infusions. (spikedrich.com)

Gabriel South Beach: Several hotels in Miami, anticipating the expected fervor over Magic Mike Live, are creating packages around the show that begins this month. At the Gabriel South Beach, the Final Fiesta includes curated goodie bags with tickets to the performance, body butters, face masks and hair masks. In addition, the hotel will arrange for hair and makeup with a “glamsquad”—plus, an ensuite mixology demonstration before leaving for the show. (thegabrielsouthbeach.com)

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