Foxy Brown on Broward Boulevard Is Now Open
Just over a month after opening G&B Oyster Bar, Eliot Wolfe and the company that helms Coconuts has transformed the interior of 723 E. Broward Blvd. and painted the building brown, in accordance with a new name: Foxy Brown.
The real inspiration is this, says Wolfe: Foxy Brown is named after his dog.
The other inspiration for the restaurant is the patty melt, the
burger and Swiss with caramelized onions on marbled bread. Wolfe wanted to open the kind of place that would be a suitable environment for the sandwich and a milk shake. Or a beer.
"A patty melt
and a milk shake is what I'd make for my son after school," says
Wolfe. "It is a tradition from my youth and reminds me of my father."
pub cheese, grainy mustard, and ham spread. Clams, brats, and beer lean German, along with Mabel's chicken with homemade spatzle on the
side. Deviled eggs, mac and cheese, fried green beans, and slaw play up
Desserts are midcentury suburban classics. In addition to milk shakes, Foxy Brown offers root-beer floats and shortcake with in-season berries.
In a departure from sister restaurants, Foxy Brown carries a larger selection of craft beers.
Lunch debuted today and brunch will begin this coming weekend.
Keep an eye on this space for updates on this newcomer. Will Foxy Brown spark a revival of this fallow stretch of town?
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