Luxury Hotel Continues to Evolve Dining Concepts and Exclusive, Local Farm Partnerships
PALM BEACH, FL – In the spirit of a true destination resort, The Breakers Palm Beach has cultivated its own finely honed talents to create an inviting array of nine distinct restaurant concepts that entice hotel guests and lure locals to enjoy.
Each has its own identity forged by a unique culinary theme, a varying level of style and a one-of-a-kind setting. “Our goal is for each dining experience to be recognized in its own right with the appeal of a free-standing restaurant,” said Nick Velardo, vice president of food and beverage – restaurants of the Five Diamond resort. “The Breakers is a destination independent of chain affiliation and unhampered by template concepts, we are passionate about offering high-quality variety.” The team’s entrepreneurial-style success also encouraged the development of an off-site restaurant, Echo, located only a few blocks from the main hotel on the island of Palm Beach.
In collaboration with famed hospitality designer, Adam D. Tihany, The Breakers created an exciting nighttime drinking and dining experience unlike any other in Palm Beach. The name HMF, honors The Breakers’ legendary founder, Henry Morrison Flagler. Designed to enchant its guests, HMF is an ode to the classic "Palm Beach cocktail culture," offering a lively, glamorous, unique experience.
This incredible dining concept features an extensive menu of sensational food, combining an innovative take on sharing plates representing multiple cuisines, with handcrafted cocktails ranging from the vintage to the experimental, and a carefully curated wine list – all designed to surprise and delight the senses. Open daily. Cocktail chic is the customary attire.
Breakfast is served in the comfortable elegance of this magnificent room, crowned by an intricate, hand-painted ceiling complemented by splendid ocean views. Breakfast is presented in an extensive buffet featuring hot and cold stations, or guests may order from an appetizing à la carte menu. The Circle is also home to The Breakers renowned Sunday Brunch, a true Palm Beach tradition. Open daily. Resort casual is the customary attire for breakfast; daytime resort wear is recommended for Sunday Brunch.
Located on the second floor of The Breakers’ Golf and Tennis Clubhouse, this modern and vibrant take on the iconic steakhouse concept greets guests with a timeless social club vibe, framed by a stylish red, white and blue decor. A destination for outstanding steak, cocktails and wine, its diverse menu also includes a premier selection of fish, Italian favorites, classic broiler items, savory sides, as well as vegetarian and gluten-free options. Indoor and outdoor seating on the fully climate-controlled terrace with panoramic views of the golf course. Open daily for lunch, dinner and cocktails, as well as Sunday Brunch. Resort wear is the customary attire for lunch and Sunday Brunch. Evening resort wear is the customary attire for dinner.
Situated only a few minutes from The Breakers in the heart of Palm Beach, the stylish and highly popular Echo features the distinct cuisines of Asia, spotlighting the aromatic and flavorful specialties of China, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam and Korea. Its innovatively designed menu is categorized according to the Five Elements: Wind (small plates to begin the journey); Water (sushi, seafood, and shellfish); Fire (creations from the wok); Earth (meat, and poultry); and Flavor (desserts and sweets). An impressive cocktail menu and wine list, which includes numerous selections from top boutique wineries, complements Echo’s bold Asian flavors. Open for dinner and happy hour. Cocktail chic is the customary attire.
Reopening December 2016
Featuring a panoramic oceanfront view, this relaxed yet refined restaurant places guests impossibly close to the water. Reimagined by Adam D. Tihany, the visionary behind The Breakers’ HMF and Flagler Steakhouse, the Seafood Bar will reopen December 2016, debuting a modern sensibility while maintaining its same beloved views and focus on fresh fish and seafood. This cozy, sophisticated restaurant is as ideal for drinks as it is lunch or dinner. Open daily. Resort wear is the customary attire.
Offering the flavors of Italy in a casual yet contemporary Tuscan atmosphere, The Italian Restaurant presents a combination of lighter Northern Italian dishes alongside familiar Southern classics. The restaurant’s inviting atmosphere and location, adjacent to the Family Entertainment Center, make it a favorite choice for all ages. While children play nearby, adults can relax in the cozy dining room and bar, or al fresco. Open daily for dinner. Evening resort wear is the customary attire.
A stylishly, relaxed setting for informal, al fresco dining and drinks, this indoor/outdoor restaurant overlooks the Atlantic Ocean and welcomes guests with an aura of casual sophistication and a décor of rich wood tones and contemporary seaside hues. Serving both à la carte and buffet breakfast, and a lunch menu featuring share plates, entrée salads, sandwiches and flatbreads all inspired by the local seasonal ingredients. Open daily for breakfast and lunch. Exclusively for hotel guests and club members. Relaxed attire is customary; bathing suit cover-ups, along with sandals or shoes requested.
Located at the south end of the property with gorgeous pool and ocean views, this newly renovated beach house restaurant welcomes guests with laid-back luxury and ocean breezes. An inspired menu of lunch offerings, light bites, and refreshing cocktails is served indoors or while relaxing on the covered porch. Open daily for lunch. Exclusively for hotel guests and club members. Relaxed attire is customary; bathing suit cover-ups, along with sandals or shoes requested.
Nestled between the Active and South Pools, The Surf Break is an open-air oasis where guests may relax with a refreshing cocktail, frozen drink, ice cold beer or light bite amidst tranquil breezes, breathtaking ocean views, and a favorite broadcast on four flat-screen TVs. Open daily weather permitting. Exclusively for hotel guests and club members. Relaxed attire is customary; bathing suit cover-ups, along with sandals or shoes requested.