Hungry for something tasty and new? Several local restaurants are opening second locations this month, while others are relaunching after taking a break or relocating to bigger and better digs. And this roundup is just the start of what’s sure to be an outstanding rest of the year on the culinary front. Bon appétit.
The Hangar SUA
Hobe Sound’s Kork restaurant takes flight with its new location inspired by aviation. The Hangar SUA shares the code letters of Stuart’s Witham Field Airport. Fare sticks to family-friendly, casual favorites like burgers, flatbreads and sandwiches. There are also salads like the ahi mandarin and apps including a charcuterie-stuffed Bavarian pretzel.
Part of the Treasure Coast that encompasses Indian River, Martin and St. Lucie counties, Stuart is associated with top-notch fishing. Pastel-painted historic buildings and breathtaking waterways make it a favorite destination, too. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following link.
Ela Curry Kitchen
Known for his flavorful Indian cuisine at Palm Beach Gardens’ Stage Kitchen & Bar, chef owner Pushkar Marathe expanded with Ela Curry Kitchen on the north side of town. The menu conveniently breaks down items into chaat (street snacks), curries, not curries, chutneys and more. Complement them with refreshing cocktails and Twisted Trunk brews.
A golfer’s mecca, Palm Beach Gardens is home to the PGA headquarters, the Honda Classic and luxury golf communities, many of which attract famous athletes. The community also shines for its conveniences such as the Gardens Mall and Downtown PBG, among well-tended retail centers. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following link.
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Refinery Jax Beach
Refinery Jax Beach’s various, waterfront dining concepts feel like a food hall, except they’re all run by the same restaurateur who also owns St. Augustine’s Sainte-George. Customers have their choice of Refined Dining upstairs (steaks, seafood Cobb salad, everything-crusted snapper), or Ocean Bar, First Street Pub and Marketplace & Lounge for grab-and-go items downstairs.
Jax Beach is among the geographic jewels now represented by ONE Sotheby’s following its recent acquisition of First Coast SIR in Northeast Florida. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following link.
After popping up at Rockledge Gardens, Cypress Table debuts its brick-and-mortar eatery on September 9. Its Southern meets Latin American direction features fun dishes like the Delannoy Tostone platter and Cuban sandwiches served traditional or with birria dipping sauce. And don’t worry—they still make their famous vegan doughnuts with gourmet fillings and toppings.
Named for the Kennedy Space Center, site of NASA’s SpaceX rocket launches, the Space Coast occupies much of Brevard County. It attracts surfers, cruise passengers (Port Canaveral) and nature lovers looking for pristine white beaches where sea turtles nest. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following links.
Timpano Las Olas
Patrons of the peacock-inspired Timpano Las Olas are ecstatic that the decades-old Italian institution reopened after taking a pandemic pause. Tuck into glam pastas such as fettuccine alfredo elevated with uni and caviar, prepared tableside for real dramatic effect, while checking out the scene of people peacocks in the luxe dining room.
Fort Lauderdale, the Venice of America, is a boater’s and beachgoer’s paradise. But it’s also home to a burgeoning art scene that spills over into art-centric neighborhoods and annual events. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following links.
Mayfair Grill & Sipsip
The young guns behind Miami’s Lost Boy, Tropezón and newly revived Fox’s Lounge are on a roll. Their dual dining destinations at Mayfair House Hotel & Garden open September 14. One partner hails from Arizona, so Mayfair Grill focuses on open hearth-cooked Sonoran cuisine. Rooftop calypso rum bar Sipsip celebrates the area’s Bahamian heritage.
One of Miami’s most historic neighborhoods with bohemian and Bahamian roots, Coconut Grove continues its evolution as a walkable, tree-shaded destination for the work/live/play lifestyle. An exciting tenant turnover and new development and upgrades are drawing fresh faces. Fancy living here? Discover more local details and property listings with the following link