Miami Beach might be trendy and filled with celebrities on any given night, but the iconic strip of land is also a bit of a pain in the ass.
With the swank and style comes obnoxious people, annoying tourists, even mannequins with giant breasts, and an utter lack of parking. Yep, save that one for special occasions dear Broward and Palm Beach residents.
Fortunately, one of "Miami's Buzziest Restaurants" according to Conde Nast Traveler is making its way into Palm Beach proper -- a much more sophisticated locale.
Meat Market will be opening its doors on "the island" later this year.
Scheduled to open at 191 Bradley Place in November 2013, Meat Market Palm Beach will be bringing the same high-end cuisine, creative cocktails, and cool South Beach vibe to the 561.
Chef Sean Brasel's menu features prime cuts of beef, fresh seafood, and a well known crudo bar with options like East and West Coast oysters, ceviches, and tiraditos.
The restaurant will incorporate alluring modernist decor, inlaid mahogany tables, leather banquettes, a sleek marble bar, and warm crimson lighting -- a stark departure what was used to represent traditional Palm Beach.
"Our steaks include signature cuts, reserve cuts and ultra-premium selections...alongside interesting dishes like buffalo tenderloin steak or wild African pheasant for the more adventurous foodie," said Brasel. "We are very excited."
Meat Market will be located at 191 Bradley Place in Palm Beach. Call 305-532-0088, or visit meatmarketmiami.com
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