The Latest News in the Palm Beach County Restaurant Scene

The Latest News in the Palm Beach County Restaurant Scene

To say the coronavirus pandemic has been challenging for the restaurant industry would be an understatement. Since the outbreak, many Palm Beach County dining establishments have had to abruptly convert from providing their patrons with a five-star dining experience to delivery and curbside service. Even with these unexpected and sudden changes, this vibrant Palm Beach dining establishments continue to provide innovative and delicious culinary experiences. Here is more on the latest news in the Palm Beach County restaurant scene.

Dixie Corridor Highway Hideaway

Table 26 has been a Dixie Corridor establishment for eight years. The restaurant started in a former 1950s gas station before SoSo became popular. When COVID-19 struck, owners Ozzie Medeiros and Eddie Schmidt, adapted their menu and expanded their space to accommodate their clientele. With an extended happy hour, new menu, craft cocktails, summer to-go dining, tasting menus, and an outdoor seating area, Table 26 offers a way to get out for an excellent meal and drinks while maintaining comfortable space.

Lake Worth Haitian Home Cooking

Jordan Marseille, the owner of Alberte’s Restaurant in Lake Worth, took over the family-owned business in 2014. Alberte’s offers favorite Haitian menu items such as Haitian griot and spaghetti al’ Haitienne as well as other traditional dishes. Although the restaurant had to close dine-in service temporarily, the eatery has a steady stream of devoted customers coming for take-out service.  Although this beloved dining establishment is not new to Palm Beach County, it has adapted well to the current climate and remains an area favorite.

Fine French Cuisine Coming to Palm Beach

It was recently reported that the French bistro La Goulue is scheduled to open in Palm Beach before the end of the year. Like it’s New York location, the menu will have traditional French cuisine, including the famous cheese soufflé, onion soup, and country pâte. The dessert menu will feature favorites such as chocolate mousse, crepes Suzette, peach Melba, and profiteroles. There will also be an extensive selection of French wines offered.

Sustainable Seafood Coming to Delray

A new location of the award-winning San Diego restaurant, Lionfish, is coming to downtown Delray Beach. The restaurant will use locally caught and sourced ingredients and regional purveyors. With craft cocktails and beers, and an extensive wine list, and cutting-edge cuisine, Lionfish promises a high-end culinary experience. The sustainable seafood restaurant is scheduled to open September 21 and will begin accepting reservations on September 8.

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