Boca’s luxe open-air shopping plaza is welcoming a couple new tenants and celebrating the relocation of one of its prominent fixtures.
Kapow Noodle Bar
Since its opening in 2011, Kapow has been the go-to for Southeast Asian fare with a lively indoor/outdoor bar scene. On the heels of its 10th anniversary, it’s celebrating by moving into a 5,175-square-foot space just across the paved brick street. Doubling in capacity with several event spaces, Kapow will feature an omakase bar and three full-service private karaoke rooms alongside a larger indoor/outdoor bar and covered patio.
Brought to us by Sub-Culture Group, which also owns neighboring haunt The Dubliner Irish Pub and Delray’s Dada among several others, the menu will still have Kapow’s signature items mixed in with several new plates that will reflect its time honored personality.
The restaurant group will also be opening up a new concept in Kapow’s current location. More details coming soon!
402 Plaza Real, Boca Raton; 561/347-7322; kapownoodlebar.com
Another one of Sub-Culture Group’s concepts is coming to Mizner with the opening up of this coffee shop. Brewing carefully selected beans from global coffee growers, this will be the place to get your morning cup of Joe or mid-afternoon perk-up.
The Fort Lauderdale restaurant and bar that elevated sports bars to another level plans to do it again here in Boca. Taking over the former Truluck’s space, the concept will feature its signature American comfort food dishes with a long list of draft and bottles beers to complement them.