Dine Local at Hidden Gems in The Palm Beaches
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Now more than ever it’s important to support your local restaurants, diners and bars.
Though it may be hard to leave our homes during this time, some of our favorite restaurants are innovating by the day, to make it easier for families to enjoy their signature dishes at home. From sushi and pizza to oysters and burgers, we bring you a sampling of those doing their best to keep fellow foodies safe, satisfied and full.
1000 North You can now enjoy signature dinner favorites via the their Dinner for Two, To-Go and their new Gourmet-to-Go offering, both available for curbside or dockside pick up. The Gourmet-to-Go option includes a 16-ounce prime Linz Heritage Angus New York Strip steak, a selection of two salads, choice of two sides for $85. Craving something different? Check out their Gourmet-to-Go option and select from a wide range of sandwiches, salads, specialties such as BBQ Ahi Tuna, Blue Crab Spaghetti and Delmonico Ribeye, or add on dessert and sides to complete your order. All bottles of wine and gift card for future use, which are both 25% off. You can place orders for pick up daily between 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Coolinary Café Inspired by their love of family, husband and wife duo Chef Tim Lipman and wife Jenny Lipman have started providing curated family meals twice a week. To find out more you can tune in to the restaurant’s Facebook or Instagram (@CoolinaryCafe) page for updates on availability, order-in day and pick-up day details. Though meals and prices vary, family meals include a main dish, side dish, dessert and alcoholic beverage (for those 21 and older). Portions are suitable for four. Recent family meals have included: a Latin-inspired Taco Tuesday option featuring house-made pork chorizo and potato empanadas, house salad with tomato vinaigrette, banana bread pudding and 32 oz. of margarita for $60; while a Baked Pasta option included, chunky beef and Ditalini Sugo, beet salad, carrot cake and a bottle of red wine for $80. Coolinary Café is available for pick-up on select days from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
E.R. Bradley’s Saloon Making your weekends a bit more enjoyable, E.R. Bradley’s is now offering Family Style Dinner Platters for four. Meal options include Roasted Chicken Dinner (brings two whole roasted chickens, potatoes, green beans, and your choice of caesar or market salad), Pasta Dinner (chicken penne alla vodka platter, market salad or Caesar, dinner rolls and bottle of red or white wine), Fish Dinner (four 7-ounce portions of grilled or blackened fish, red potatoes, crispy Brussel sprouts, and choice of caesar or market salad, and red or white wine) and Steak Dinner (four 8-ounce portions of skirt steak, grilled onions, black beans and rice, pico de gallo, fried tostones and market salad. For options where wine is not included, you can add red or white wine to your order for $15.
Lechon Tropical No matter what time you crave breakfast, Lechon Tropical is offering a ‘Family Breakfast’ meal for $19.99, which consists of 8 pancakes, 8 pieces of French toast, 8 bacon strips, 8 sausage links, 8 eggs any style and a side of home fries to top it off. The quantity serves up to four people and is available for order any time during the day from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Sunday. If you are not in the mood for these breakfast favorites, try the ‘Family Dinner Combo’ for $20. This option feeds three to four, and brings fried pork chunks, pulled pork, fried chicken chunks, served with white rice, black beans and sweet plantains. They are also offering free delivery for all orders.
Lynora’s Market For just $49, you can serve two with Lynora’s Take-Out Tuesday’s Dinner Package. Available on Tuesdays, the package brings an appetizer (melanzane alla parmigiana), a salad (insalata rucola), an entrée (shrimp over linguini), and a dolci (limoncello mascarpone cake) for two. Buon appetito!
Okeechobee Steakhouse Known as the eldest steakhouse in the State, the local favorite is currently serving regular menu items for takeout and free delivery for lunch and dinner, while the neighboring Okeechobee Prime Meat Market is selling prepared meals, steaks, poultry, desserts, wine and more (all available for takeout), and the Okeechobee Prime BBQ Trailer can be your go-to for BBQ (think meats by the pound, smoked baby back ribs, smoked pork belly burnt ends and jalapeno sausage), homemade sides, pies, and cobblers. A must try at the BBQ trailer is the Pulled Brisket Sandwich on a Martin’s potato roll served with potato salad on the side. The Meat Market and BBQ Trailer are open daily for takeout from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Special meals for first responders and front-line workers are available at all locations, when you present a valid ID.
Pistache French Bistro Offering curbside takeout and delivery of their full menu from 4 to 8 p.m., six days a week (Monday through Saturday). Available options for pre-order include the tasty Moules Mariniere. Customers can preorder on Thursdays by 5 p.m. Chef Isaac Cerny’s signature PEI mussels in white wine-garlic-shallot broth for just $20 for takeout and direct delivery on Fridays and Saturdays. If you’re craving something different, check out the rest of the current menu items such as the Grilled Atlantic Salmon, at 20% off. You can pair your meal with a bottle of regular wine or liquor, which is available at 50% off. Pre-orders can be placed via phone for pick-up or delivery via Go Cravy, Delivery Dudes, or directly by the restaurant within a limited area.
Poke Lab Eatery – Grandview Public Market Poke Lab has partnered with sister restaurant Ganzo Sushi and Lemongrass Asian Bistro to bring you high-quality DIY Sushi Kits. The Kits bring enough for 8 to 12 rolls, with 12 sheets of Nori, 2 sushi rice, 6 shrimp tempura, fresh tuna, fresh salmon, spicy kani, kani stick, spicy tuna, spicy salmon, scallions, sesame seed, masago, eel sauce, spicy mayo, ginger, wasabi, soy sauce, cucumber, asparagus, avocado, carrots and bamboo mats for $45.95. You can place your order during the week via online or by calling in your order, and pick-up for pre-orders only every Saturday @grandviewpublic. Free delivery within a certain radius is also available.
Ramen Lab Eatery Dreams do come true. You can now purchase Ramen Kits via pre-order at Ramen Lab. Options include a dinner date set for 2 or 4, with the option to add additional toppings and ingredients at an additional cost. Each kit for two brings 3 fresh-made Ramen noodles, 2 pints of soup broth, 2 pieces of marinated Pork Belly protein, 2 base sauces, 2 essential oils, 2 sets of Kikurage mushrooms, 2 sets of Nori, 2 cups of sesame seeds, 2 portions of chili flakes, instructions on how to make the Ramen and the recipe on how to cook the perfect Japanese Ramen egg to go with your Ramen. A kit for four people, brings double the above quantities. For the Ramen Kit orders, simply place your order for next day pick-up or delivery directly with the restaurant at the desired location. If you choose to leave the cooking to the experts, make sure to try their delicious hand-made gyoza dumplings and Duck Ramen passed down by Grandma which involves a 6+ -hour process of spices, and pan searing to tasty perfection. Best part, either way, is that you can enjoy 15% off your other menu selections, excluding the Ramen Kit, when you order online.
The Butcher Shop Freezer Plans are available for two, and families of four. They provide you with two weeks-worth of pre-prepared meat and poultry packages for your enjoyment. Call in to place your order, available Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Regional Kitchen & Public House Savor the southern, hearty dishes of The Regional’s traditional American cuisine when you order off the daily menu or try Chef Lindsay Autry’s specialty Fried Chicken Buckets to-go. The Chicken Buckets bring 12 pieces of white and dark meat fried chicken, with B&B pickles, house sauce and coleslaw for $36. And if you’re thirsty for wine and liquor, they can be added for 50% off regular price bottles. Orders are available for curbside takeout and delivery from 4 to 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday by phoning in your order of via Go Cravy, Delivery Dudes or directly by the restaurant within a limited area. Oh, and did we mention that Chef Lindsay Autry has been a consecutive James Beard Award Nominee the past three years?
Cafe Boulud Palm Beach Bring the Raw Bar to you with Cafe Boulud’s DB Drive-Through offering. The new offer allows you to purchase family meals, raw bar items such as shrimp cocktail and smoked salmon as well as signature dishes like Sole Meuniere and Beef Tournedos, and specialty sweets like scones and macaroons to-go. Wine is 30% off all bottles as well. You can call in your order, pull up, pop your trunk and enjoy these nutritious savory favorites at home. They are open daily 12 p.m. to 8 p.m.
PB Catch The stone crabs are calling! Hankering for some? You’re in luck! PB Catch is offering themed meals such as Stone Crab specials, as well as curbside takeout and delivery of its online menu Monday through Saturday from 4 to 7:30 p.m. To receive the Stone Crab special customers must pre-order on Thursdays at 7 p.m. for curbside takeout and delivery, which is available on Fridays and Saturdays. Large class is available for $12 (minimum order of two crab claws). You can also now enjoy 20% off all menu items, and 50% off wine (20% off reserve list and champagne).
Old Key Lime House Now available at Key Lime House are Family-style Dinners for two or four, starting at $18 to $38. Options include Jambalaya, Chicken Alfredo, Shrimp Alfredo or a fried Seafood Basket. Simply order by phone and stop by for takeout by car or boat. Takeout menu is served Wednesday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. or Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Salt7 Worried what to eat next? Salt7 has you covered! Typically, the home of the party, this restaurant has found a way to bring the party to you through their progressive take-home dinners. The carefully crafted meal kits range in price from $16 for a large pizza-making kit to $89 for a complete Taco Home Kit with enough tacos to feed four and a quart of Margarita pre-made mix. What’s even better is that there is a Home Kit for every night of the week: Sunday Brunch Box, complete with Champagne and OJ for Mimosa’s; Baked Ziti Sunday Nights, paired with Cabernet Sauvignon; Burger Kit Monday, with a six-pack of beer; Taco Tuesday Home Kit, paired with enough Margarita Mix for 6 people; Fried Chicken Dinner Wednesday with Watermelon Martini Mix; Make Your Own Pizza Thursday and Pinot Noir; Fish Fry Fridays with Sauvignon Blanc; and Barbecue Kit Saturday alongside Old Fashioned Drink Mix.
Prezzo Italian, family-style meal packages are available for contactless curbside pick-up. Packages start at $40 and feed up to four people. Each tasty meal package includes your choice of salad, entrée and side. For $10 more, you can enjoy all that and an extra side. Selections include traditional Italian dishes such as Chicken Parmesan, Eggplant Parmesan, Fettucine Bolognese, Pan-roasted Salmon, Linguine w/ Clams, to name a few. More menu items are also available for order online, including a Pizza-making kit for $12. Count them in for your foodie cravings any day/night of the week since they are open seven days a week for curbside pickup from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Note that deals are not available through third-party delivery services.
Check out the following Socially Distanced Supper Clubs for more tasty takeout meal deals and offers to support small businesses in The Palm Beaches: The Socially Distanced Supper Club – West Palm Beach The Socially Distanced Supper Club – Boynton Beach The Socially Distanced Supper Club – Delray Beach The Socially Distanced Supper Club – North Palm Beach County
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