Ten Best Gastropubs in Broward and Palm Beach Counties
Tucked behind car rental lots in the grundle of Fort Lauderdale International Airport and Port Everglades, The Keg on 6th is an off-the-path delight of good food and good beer. Order up some pork belly sliders complete with sriracha aioli (have fun typing that) and house pickles, or go green with the curried cauliflower, again sriracha topped with pickled jalapeno. Wash it all down with Brooklyn's Sorachi Ace on draft, or go old school cool with the ever-solid Harpoon UFO. Can't go wrong in any case.
West Palm Beach has been living in the shadow of its neighbor Palm Beach in the culinary scene for quite some time. But off-the-island cuisine has been picking up steam, with Hullabaloo off Clematis Ave. adding its weight to the charge. The truly Euro-American fusion of flavors comes evident in dishes from Executive Chef Fritz Cassel that range from a mac & cheese with braised prosciutto and porcini mushroom crumbs, to fresh caught baby octopus and scallops au poivre (black peppercorn sauce) with creamy polenta and grilled asparagus. To go with all of that rich food, there's beer selections like Ommegang's wheat ale Witte, The Bruery's Belgian-style golden strong ale Mischief, and the sour but approachable Duchesse De Bourgogne. Good food and good beer in West Palm Beach.
297 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton, FL
1507 S. Federal Highway, Boynton Beach, FL
208 SW Second St., Fort Lauderdale, FL
3218 Southeast 6 Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL
517 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach, FL
4 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, FL
1411 S. Andrews Ave., Fort Lauderdale, FL
1906 Harrison St., Hollywood, FL
20642 State Road 7, Boca Raton, FL