Hales plans Midtown Chinese; Blue Apron opens

 
 
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Richard Hales, who brought Sakaya Kitchen to Midtown Miami, plans to open Blackbrick, a 50-seat Chinese restaurant, at 3451 NE First Ave. in the same complex this fall; midtownchinese.com.

Blue Apron, a Brooklyn-based membership service that provides weekly delivery of recipes and ingredients for 500- to-700-calorie meals at a cost of $9.99 per serving, has launched operations in South Florida; blueapron.com.

Dunkin’ Donuts has opened an outlet at 13746 SW 56th St., Kendale Lakes, with service from 5 a.m. to 11 p.m. daily and free Wi-Fi; 305-752-0225.

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