A while ago it was announced that Meat Market—once touted by Condé Nast Traveler as one of "Miami's Buzziest Restaurants"—would be opening a second outpost in Palm Beach. Finally, that time has come. The new, but equally sleek restaurant (see glaring sleekness above), is poised to open its doors this coming monday, September 29, at 191 Bradley Place. Designed by Anthea Bosch-Moschini of Studio ABM Design, the 3,000-square-foot restaurant and lounge hopes to meld "South Beach panache and Palm Beach sophistication" with details like soaring vaulted ceilings, glass blown pendant orb lights and Hermès-inspired leather tufted banquettes. Seasoned restaurateur David Tornek and chef/co-owner Sean Brasel's have appointed chef de cuisine David Valencia, who most recently worked alongside 2007 Top Chef winner Hung Huynh, opening Catch in New York and Catch Miami Beach, to man the kitchen.
As for food and drink offerings, Meat Market Palm Beach will stay true to form with prime cut steaks as the main attraction, a crudo bar with classic raw bar items and tons of cocktails from mixologist Ezra Pattek. This outpost, however, will also have a pastry bar and lounge.
Meat Market will be open nightly for dinner; lunch will launch sometime in December.
· All Coverage of Meat Market [EMIA]
· All Previous Photo Interludes [EMIA]