Eau Palm Beach‘s Breeze Ocean Kitchen is a stylish venue for sunsets and
One of the most highly lauded resorts in Florida, Eau Palm Beach continually racks up the awards for its luxe facilities and service. We think this is sunny resort living done right: A private beach, a dreamy spa and room balconies with swanky chairs for a restful respite catching the ocean breeze.
The latest news for Eau Palm is that Breeze Ocean Kitchen has just opened as the resort’s latest culinary concept and social hub.
An exciting addition to the local dining scene, Breeze Ocean Kitchen exudes Palm Beach style with vibrant pops of color. Cool design details include Trina Turk pillows, tile art by Jonathan Adler, and chairs from the Phillippe Starck Play collection for Dedon. Don’t miss the “look out” bar where you can watch the sunset while sipping a classic cocktail (try the “Bahama Mama” flavored with Black Rabbit cold press coffee along with rum, coconut, orange, pineapple and lemon juices).
Executive Chef Josh Thomsen has dreamt up whimsical touches for the menu, which features Floridian cuisine accented with Caribbean and Latin American flavors. Signatures include the “Local Caught Ceviche” and Cubano Tacos, made with Berkshire pork, home-made pickles, Swiss cheese and mustard.
In the evening, suspended lanterns and a “runway fire feature” light up the lounge space, where you can catch live entertainment and cap off your meal with a “spiked” milk shake like the Cuba Libra, concocted with rum, cola and vanilla ice cream. Tip: Take advantage of the nightly tapas menu after 5 p.m., with conch fritters, mahi mahi tacos, wagyu beef sliders and more.
A member of the Preferred Hotels & Resorts Legend Collection, Eau Palm Beach has 310 guestrooms, three tennis courts, two pools, event space, and a children’s club.
For assistance with VIP reservations, luxury travel advisors can reach out to Laura DePalma ([email protected]ach.com; 561-540-4938), associate director, travel industry sales.