Park Tavern Announces Changes to Menu Lineup
“Feel Good Food” and a Private Barrel Bourbon flight are just some of the highlights.
8-28-2018 Neighborhood restaurant Park Tavern in Delray Beach is debuting a new menu for the fall season. With a focus on farm-fresh ingredients, the restaurant is lightening up the menu and adding some healthier, “feel good” options.
Known for its warm hospitality, unparalleled service and casual American fare, the restaurant, under co-founder Chef Anthony Pizzo, changes the menu seasonally. This time around the dinner menu has expanded to include falafel, green chili hummus, cauliflower fried rice, avocado toast and imported Italian burrata on its “Snack” and “Starters” lists. New burgers include the California Turkey Burgerwith crispy tofu, crushed avocado, radish sprouts and chili-lime glaze on a multi-grain bun and the French Onion Burger, with caramelized onions, steak sauce and cave-aged Gruyère. A Spiced Duck Breast has been added to the “Signature Dishes” lineup and features wild Florida berry a l‘orange, ginger-scented red quinoa, Oregon pecans and blueberry-onion marmalade.
“We wanted the menu to offer feel-good food without losing our great Tavern-style menu,” said co-founder Brian Able. “We remain committed to elevating our food. The new offerings include vegetarian and gluten-free options, putting a stronger focus on feeding into Florida’s healthy lifestyle.”
The brunch menu, which is served on Saturdays and Sundays, has added green chili hummus, falafel, avocado toast and burrata to the lineup. There are also add-on options for pancakes [wild blueberries and banana fosters] and Antarctic salmon for the salads.
The Happy Hour “Snacks & Shares” portion of the menu features green chili hummus, falafel and the Tavern Burger served with locally grown tomatoes and onions on a toasted brioche bun. The spirits side of the menu has added a sparkling option for wine by the glass and a new cocktail selection featuring Champagne Daiquiri, Mai Tai, tequila old-fashioned and more.
Also new to the bar program is a private barrel bourbon flight. The restaurant’s beverage team traveled to Kentucky to hand-select the barrels — Buffalo Trace, Eagle Rare and Blanton’s — for its private label. Blanton’s Barrel #237 is 93 proof and has been aged six years, seven months. Buffalo Trace Barrel #44 is 90 proof and has been aged eight years and four months and Eagle Rare Barrel #405 is 90 proof and has been aged 11 years and seven months.
“These bourbons were chosen for their layered spice, complexity and quality,” said Able. “We hope our guests enjoy the bourbons as much as we had choosing them.”
Park Tavern is located at 32 SE 2nd Ave. in Delray Beach. The website is http://parktaverndelray.com.
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As guests enter the two-story restaurant's stunning glass storefront, they are warmly greeted with vaulted ceilings and a view of the 12-foot high, all-glass wine room, which houses almost 900 of Fleming's red wines as well as a refrigeration display case for non-red wines and champagnes. The spacious main dining room features booth seating and a view of the open kitchen. The bar offers a welcoming and open environment, featuring a liquor display island and beach-inspired quartz stone bar top. Guests can also enjoy a unique outdoor dining experience on the convertible patio. Inspired by Miami's unique arts and culture, Fleming's has commissioned three large paintings from Alex Mijares, merging his artistic style around delicious food, premium wines and an exciting atmosphere, as well as a 20' tall art piece from Mari Carmen Fernandez who focuses on experimenting with new techniques, adding textures and unique materials while also mixing colors to create one-of-a-kind hues. Weekday lunch has something for every appetite, from salads and sandwiches to flatbreads, including the Salmon Mediterranean Salad and California Burger. Fleming's lunch offerings are available Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Guests can also indulge in the restaurant's "Prime Happy Hour" from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. offering a wide selection of bar a la carte selections daily. For the guest who needs a bite to keep up with the non-stop Brickell nightlife, Fleming's "Late Night Lounge" will remain open Sunday through Wednesday until midnight and Thursday through Saturday until 1:00 a.m.
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