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Bar Food is Good: West Palm Beach Edition


Night eat-outs seem to be more special than other day time events. Ask party planners, caterers, and open at night restaurants of all kinds. And bars too – they always have some good choices at par with most food establishments. Bar food is as good, if not even better, as regular resto chow.

If you’re one of the often goers of any of the fine prime spots of the renowned Wellington Hospitality Group, then you know the deal: premium eats can also be had at good bars without going over the budget. With Wellington’s, they go together, and well.

Owners Aaron and Julie Menitoff know a thing or two about scrumptious grub – their well-known spots that have both good beers with good eats are all over the map. Their website mentions their motto of “exceeding our client’s expectations”.

Aaron’s degree from the Florida Culinary Institute (with honors) and Julie’s expertise and experience in the Southern Florida catering industry make them the go to for good quality West Palm Beach menus. Good beverages paired with a must try menu will always win.

A few prime cuts for example from their roster of prime night spots:

Flaming Joes is as West Palm Beach as you can get – be sure to have some floral polos and shades when going in.

Try their Ceviche (marinated fish, avocado, chili, red onion, sweetcorn, and chili coconut dressing), Roasted Duck Tacos (Hoisin glaze, mandarin orange, spring onion, pickled cabbage), Octopus and Chorizo salad (Watermelon radish, blood orange, mirin lime dressing, toasted sesame seeds), or Surf and Turf (250g sirloin, charred prawns, mezcal sauce, sautéed spinach, caramelised onions and fries).

Consider United Brew Works’ popular gourmet dogs on for size: staples such as the Classic Dog (gourmet sausage, fried onions, mustard, ketchup), alongside adventurous fare like the Tropical Dog (Pineapple, bacon bits, red onion, BBQ sauce), and Bethel Woods Dog (Smoked Ricotta Cheese, pickled fennel, aioli, ketchup.

Co-op Kitchen and Bar’s collection of culinary treats has these for you in store: Smoked Salmon, Feta, and Caper Croquettes (starters), Lemon, Herb, and Pecorino Crumbed Pork Schnitzel (mains), Triple Cheese Beef burgers, Ratatouille Pizza, or maybe The Co-op mixed platter: with warm breads, salt and pepper squid, smoked salmon fritters, southern fried chicken tortilla, tomato, halloumi, and basil bruschetta, free-range chicken liver pate, and exclusive dips.

In their own individual sites and pages, the main menus for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snacks are prominently featured. Some include meals for kids, and so are all day breakfast, lunch, and dinner selections. Their bars may be their main attractions for night life drinks and hangouts, but customers come and stay for good food at all hours too.

They also manage events venues that cater the same kind of delicious food and drink selections with exquisite quality. And they bring all these beyond just the regular bar and restaurant settings and clientele. Your type of event, and choice of celebrations and parties are elevated to even upper-tier places.

Their renowned full event catering also covers weddings, night parties, catering, and other on location events. The Polo West Golf and Equestrian Club, Swank Farm, Ragtop Motorcars, Palm Beach Shores Community Center, The Lake Paviliion, and The Boathouse on Peanut Island are just some of these world class venues that heighten your events and parties.