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New eating places opened in 2021 in Palm Seaside County

New restaurants opened in 2021 in Palm Beach County

Many new eating places have popped up all through Palm Seaside County. Our record is a information to most eateries opened in 2021. 

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Andalucía Tapas Bar & Restaurant 

Genuine Spanish tapas and classics, together with paellas and seafood dishes. In addition they host stay music, glad hours and brunch specials.  

Opened: Jan. 2021

187 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta. 561-406-6509; andaluciatapasbar.com 

Andy’s Latin Meals 

This Latin American eatery, which grew out of a neighborhood meals truck, provides every part from arepas to sandwiches to burgers to pupusas to customizable bowls, all made onsite. 

Opened: August 2021 

9920 Alternate A1A, Suite 803, in Promenade Procuring Plaza, Palm Seaside Gardens. 561-702-7710; www.AndysLatinFood.com 

Akiyo Hibachi Japanese Restaurant 

Japanese favorites within the coronary heart of Jupiter. Choices embody beef negimaki (rolled with scallion in teriyaki sauce), Japanese spring rolls and hibachi dishes, that are served with soup or salad, hibachi greens, white rice, hibachi ginger sauce and Akiyo sauce. 

Opened: July 2021

5430 Navy Path, Jupiter. 561-567-8999; www.akiyojapanese.com 

Charlie and Joe’s at Love Road 

The Charlie & Joe’s at Love Road complicated options three eating places: 

Beacon: Upscale eating at this modern American grille. 

Topside: A social vacation spot on the Jupiter Inlet waterfront, they’ve up to date the basic tiki cocktail tradition with Spanish-style tapas. 

Fortunate Shuck: Upbeat and chill with a showcase uncooked bar, draft beers and cocktails.  

Opened: Feb. 2021

1116 Love St., Jupiter. 561-532-3280; www.lovestreetjupiter.com 

Coolinary 

Chef Tim Lipman and his wife/partner Jenny Lipman own Coolinary Cafe and The Parched Pig in Palm Beach Gardens.

Rebranded at Donald Ross Village within the fall of 2021, the favored Coolinary Café and its sister the Parched Pig expanded to function below one roof and have become, merely, Coolinary. Homeowners (chef) Tim and Jenny Lipman practically doubled the kitchen dimension after they moved their practically 9-year-old restaurant down the plaza in Palm Seaside Gardens. 

Opened: Nov. 12

4580 Donald Ross Rd., Suites 100 and 105, Palm Seaside Gardens.  561-249-6760; www.TheCoolPig.com

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