"Sustain by the Ordinary" Brought a Taste of Charleston to Palm Beach (Photos)

Categories: Food Festivals

All Photos by Sara Ventiera
Lata's Lobster "Minute" Ceviche
When most people think of gourmand capitols, big cities like New York, San Francisco, or Chicago usually spring to mind.

But those who really know where to find good food, stick to the smaller foodie towns.

Charleston, South Carolina is one of the best small culinary cities in the country; and one of its best restaurants popped up at PB Catch last night as part of the Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival.

James Beard award winner Mike Lata brought down his award winning concept The Ordinary, which has made it to Esquire's list of "Best New Restaurants 2013," for a celebration of local, sustainable seafood.

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After putting off the opening of The Ordinary to participate in festival events last year, Lata and festival organizer David Sabin discussed bringing the now realized concept to the festival as a pop up dinner for this year.

Whitewater clam, Calabrian spiced tomato broth, bacon, and grilled red romaine

Location Info

PB Catch

251 Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach, FL

Category: Restaurant

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