If you’re looking for new local places to go out and support, here are few restaurants that have opened up recently and are eager to welcome you in. And just to tempt your palate, we’ve listed a few that will be opening soon.
This isn’t just another smoothie bar that’s hit the Delray scene. Tucked inside the tropical secret garden of Anuttara Yoga Shala, this is an organic smoothie bar that is just as focused on creating a delicious drink packed with superfoods as it is in wanting all its customers to feel welcomed, loved, healthy and happy. Each smoothie has a suggested power boost–like enhance your mindset and intuition with maca or boost your focus and energy with camu camu or your creativity and passion with foti. It’s also serving vegan soft serve ice cream that’s free of artificial flavorings, sweeteners or colors, Kosher and gluten free. Come here for the yoga and stay to enjoy the colorful vibe and good-for-you treats.
2219 Seacrest Blvd., Delray Beach; 310/774-7164; choosejoyfull.com.
Palm Beach Meats
This gourmet market and butcher shop is specializing in bringing us Japanese and Australian wagyu and other quality meats. On Saturdays, local chefs will host weekly popup lunches so make sure to follow on social media to find out who it is and what they are serving. The market is stocked with artisanal products including a wide selection of cheeses.
4812 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach; 561/623-7471; palmbeachmeats.com.
True Food Kitchen
Opening at the end of July, this Rosemary Square venue will bring seasonal dishes carefully curated to boost your mood, increase your energy and aid you in feeling healthier and happier. Its summer menu will feature tuna lettuce cups, kale cobb salad and spinach and mushroom pizza alongside fresh-pressed juices and handcrafted cocktails.
700 South Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; 561/345-2155; truefoodkitchen.com
West Palm’s Rosemary Square will welcome another new dining concept with the opening of El Camino this winter. It will join the Fort Lauderdale and Delray locations as part of Modern Restaurant Group’s portfolio, which also includes Park Tavern and Cut 432. The Mexican restaurant will serve its fare paired with handcrafted margaritas in its famed lively atmosphere.
700 South Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach; elcaminowestpalmbeach.com.
Taking over the former Madisons New York Grill & Bar, this will be the third outpost of the New York City steakhouse as it brings its USDA prime dry-aged beef south to Boca.
2006 NW Executive Circle, Boca Raton; gallaghersnysteakhouse.com.