I just received this update from the Team at Discover the Palm Beaches. I was very excited to get updates on some of our local breweries in a booming South Florida scene.

The locations that are covered are Grandview Public MarketWest Palm Brewery and Wine VaultSteamhorse Brewing, the Hutton and Pentanque Kitchen & Bar in Northwood.

Here’s the information. The pictures are all added from the companies Facebook pages.

Recently opened last month in Downtown Delray Beach, AVANT is the latest restaurant from Society 8. Taking inspirations from the guerilla art movement of the early 1980s in New York City, AVANT will showcase original, one-of-a-kind artistic elements from South Florida artists. A globally-inspired menu featuring the freshest ingredients.

Nano-brewers Dominick Peri and Ken Gross will open Prosperity Brewers in Boca Raton this October. The one-barrel brew house will be located inside a 2,200-square-foot warehouse bay, 700 feet of which have been fashioned into a tasting room and lounge area. The duo will brew a number of styles and offer a diverse range of constantly-rotating recipes from dozen taps. The brewery’s core profiles are currently slated with an IPA, double IPA, hefeweizen, wit, English mild and saison. With more than a dozen wine already in-house, the team also plans to launch an in-house aging program.  

Opening later this Fall, Grandview Public Market (GPM), a multi-vendor food hall located within the recently developed hotspot known as the Warehouse “District” in West Palm Beach, will open its doors to the public. The repurposed mid-century warehouse, measuring 12,000 square feet, will provide a uniquely curated dining and shopping experience from a wide range of local and national purveyors. The 12 independent food purveyors are a mix of established local brands with loyal followings, and two concepts from nationally recognized New York-based hospitality company, Three Kings Restaurant Group, comprised of Bravo “Top Chef” alum Dale Talde, and his partners David Massoni and John Bush. It will be the first of its kind in South Florida.

A new food and drink-centric district is coming to West Palm Beach later this year. The Warehouse District, an eclectic urban neighborhood comprised of eight vintage-style buildings, is experiencing a transformation spearheaded by local food and beverage vendors, artists, fitness enthusiasts, and entrepreneurs. The 85,000-square-foot district is located southwest of the Palm Beach County Convention Center near Downtown West Palm Beach.  

Downtown West Palm Beach will soon have its first craft brewery, tap room and wine vault, West Palm Brewery & Wine Vault. Set to open in November of this year, the brewery will be located only one block away from the West Palm Beach Brightline station. The brewery’s owner will sell his own private label bottles of California small-batch wines exclusively at the wine vault.

West Palm Beach Brewery on Evernia St. gets their sign up

Swank Table Events will return this November with a new Weekend Dinner and Sunday Brunch from Nov. 26, 2017 through May 13, 2018. This unique series of al fresco Sunday Brunches, as well as Saturday and Sunday night dinners, take place on Swank Specialty Produce’s farm. Each dinner is specially curated with local and nationally known chefs who create several-course meals (five-course for Saturday dinners and seven-course for Sunday dinners) for the attendees, at one set cost. Each dinner will also benefit a local charity. Brunch is a more casual, family-friendly, and affordable experience. Attendees to all events can also enjoy live entertainment from local bands and craft beverages from local brewers.

In November, award-winning restaurateurs Burt Rapoport and Dennis Max will come together once again to resurrect Prezzo. Alongside them will be James Beard Award-winning chef, Mark Militello, who will lead the kitchen as executive chef. A fixture in the 90s in Boca Raton, Aventura and South Miami, Prezzo brings back fond memories for area residents who remember the restaurant and its approachable Italian cuisine. Prezzo will be owned and operated by Rapoport’s Restaurant Group, and will be located in Boca Raton’s Park Plaza.

In January 2018, highly-anticipated restaurant and private club 1000 NORTH will open. The development is the collaboration of some of the biggest names in sports, top wine experts, and the region’s leading developers. Investors include Michael Jordan, Ernie Els, and Rickie Fowler, just to name a few. 1000 NORTH will offer modern, American regional cuisine with impeccable service. The first floor of the 340-seat restaurant will have an indoor and outdoor bar, and will be open to the public, while the 1,500 square-foot second floor will be dedicated to members and their guests only. The second floor will have a 450-square-foot outdoor patio for food and beverages. Membership for the upper level club will cost $2500 a year, and there will be a limit of approximately 250 members.

Due South Brewing Company is expanding its taproom, which will nearly double in size for a total of 27,000 square feet. The added space will allow for 4,800 square feet of air-conditioned tap room space, and be able to provide more than 40 taps of on-site brewed craft beer. The completion of the expansion is scheduled for January 2018.

Construction of Steamhorse Brewing at the West Palm Beach Warehouse District

The creators behind Tequesta Brewing Company and Twisted Trunk are expanding once again – this time with Steam Horse BrewingPlans are set to open the 6,000-square-foot brewery and tasting room in West Palm Beach’ new Warehouse District next summer.  

Damn Good Beer Bus opened in April 2017. This unique mode of transportation brings you and your friends to public and private brewery tours at several of the destination’s most popular local breweries, including Barrel of Monks, Saltwater Brewery, NOBO Brewing Company, and many more.       

NOBO Brewing Companywhich opened in March, is the third brewery on tap in Boynton Beach’s NOBO (North Boynton Beach) District. Led by two brothers, the five-barrel brewery has a neighborhood approach, serving “small batch local handcrafted beer.”   

Offering guests healthy meals ordered via touch-screen kiosk, the first of many fast-casual health-focused localgreens has recently opened to the public in Delray Beach. A concept developed by Restaurateur Dave Magrogan, Chef Josh short and Chef Adam Gottlieb of the Dave Magrogan Restaurant Group, localgreens features a tech-forward ordering system that combines the convenience of fast food with the nutritional benefits of fresh local ingredients, bringing health-minded consumers a new affordable fast-casual lunch and dinner destination.

Northwood Village, a hidden jewel in West Palm Beach that offers residents and visitors a unique hub for art and culture, is now home to a plethora of new businesses, including the following: casual seafood restaurant Hutton, bakery and coffee house RETRO XVI, Leo’s Crab Shack, luxury boutique salon The Parlour Nolita, home décor boutique store Cate & Co. Home Boutique, inspired home store Row House, and the soon-to-open Petanque Kitchen & Bar.

Friends enjoying the Hutton in Northwood