Palm Beach Countys New Restaurants

Palm Beach County’s New Restaurants

Celebrated chefs come from all over the world to offer their culinary expertise in establishments in Palm Beach County. Visitors to and residents of this part of South Florida will find the finest in upscale restaurants, cutting-edge cuisine, and an array of multi-cultural dining experiences to enjoy. Whether it’s grand dining or simple fare, those with discerning taste will be thrilled to savor the offerings of some of Palm Beach County’s newest restaurants:

High Dive

Located at 550 S. Rosemary Ave. Suite 236, West Palm Beach’s Rosemary Square, High Dive is a 180-seat small-plate style seafood restaurant opened by chefs Jeremy and Cindy Bearman. The couple has an impressive resume. The two already own Oceano in Lantana. Further, Jeremy was reportedly the chef at the Michelin-starred Rouge Tomate restaurant and Daniel Boulud’s Bistro Moderne, in Manhattan, and at L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon in Las Vegas. Cindy was the executive pastry chef at Jean Georges’ ABC Kitchen in New York City and Bistro Moderne, Café Boulud, Le Cirque, and Gotham Bar and Grill. High Dive offers an innovative and accesible seafood menu with several options.


In Palm Beach Gardens, Pushkar Marathe’s new restaurant Stage debuted in February.  The acclaimed chef and owner’s restaurant has an open kitchen and large community table and serves a variety of Indian and other global dishes. Marathe is well-known throughout Florida for his innovative style. He has presented his immense range of culinary skills in kitchens throughout the world and has now opened his dream restaurant. Stage is located at 200 PGA Blvd next to Twisted Trunk Brewing, and will also provide food to the brewery.


Last November, chef John Thomas opened the doors to Sassafras in West Palm Beach, at 105 Narcissus Ave. Thomas, who was the top chef at the restaurants Tryst and 32 East in Delray Beach, has spent time over the last year or so cultivating ideas for the new venture. This Southern-style eatery serves daily dinners and weekend brunch and has a full-service bar. Its 22-seat community table sits at the center of the 150-seat restaurant where diners can enjoy favorites like fried chicken, oysters, shrimp and grits, and, of course, buttermilk biscuits.

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