Man does not live by burgers alone, even at haute hamburger purveyor Relish(401 Northwood Rd., 561/629-5377), where a dozen different kinds of princely patties (from black bean to wild boar) can be gilded with 20 different toppings (from sweet â€˜nâ€™ smoky bacon to asparagus fresco).
To prove it, the stylish little West Palm restaurant, owned by Daniel and Desiree Tobin, has broadened its burger-centric menu by adding a salad bar, made-to-order donuts and an array of new snacks and appetizers.
Beet and blue cheese slaw, mini corndogs, and fried mac â€˜nâ€™ cheese are some of the new munchies, while the new salad bar offers diners a choice of romaine lettuce or spring mix to start, then a roster of almost two-dozen garnishes, from bacon and blue cheese to green olives and Parmesan.
Among the six available dressings are balsamic vinaigrette, blue cheese, Caesar and fat-free raspberry. Bulking up your salad with chicken adds $2.99 to the $7.99 salad price, with the addition of shrimp costing an extra $3.99.