Seven new restaurants are coming to Royal Palm Beach’s Tuttle Royale, “CityPlace of the West”

ROYAL PALM BEACH – Residents of the western suburbs often have to travel to downtown West Palm or Delray Beach for some of the popular cuisines, but that’s changing fast.

A new development will bring at least seven upscale national and local restaurants to Royal Palm Beach’s Tuttle Royale, dubbed the “CityPlace of the West,” on the south side of Southern Boulevard and State Road 7.

Brian Tuttle, owner of Tuttle Land Investments, said the commercial area, called “Main Street”, will be designed around a park that will host concerts and community activities each weekend. The project will establish a walkable downtown for residents of western communities to live, shop, dine and play, he said.

Where to eat in Palm Beach County: According to Sports Illustrated model Martha Stewart

Miami’s famous Vicky’s Bakery brings Cuban-style treats to Palm Beach County

Royal Palm Beach Growth: Tuttle Royale ‘Social Neighborhood’ Wins First Village Approval

Here is an overview of the seven restaurants:.

The cheesecake factory

A slice of the eponymous specialty from the Cheesecake Factory.

The California-based national restaurant chain offers an extensive menu of appetizers, entrees, and over 30 different cheesecake flavors.

Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse

Founded in New Orleans, the upscale chain specializes in steaks, seafood and other meats.

Northern Italy

A national chain that serves modern Italian cuisine dishes prepared by chefs using local and seasonal ingredients.

Bandido Agave

Mexican cuisine and a tequila bar. This would be the Pembroke Pines-based restaurant’s second location.

Oak & Stone

An American restaurant serving artisanal pizzas with a “self-pour” concept that allows customers to choose from craft beers and pour their own drink. This will be the first location in South Florida.

Arigna Irish Pub and Coal Fire Kitchen

An Irish pub serving traditional Irish food and real ales. This will be the first location in Florida.

Mana and Mojito

A Greek restaurant plans to partner with Mojitobar, a local bar, to open a shop serving Greek dishes and Cuban Mojitos.

Bars: The developers say that Martini Bar and Blue Martini are competing for a bar site.

Valentina Palm covers Royal Palm Beach, Wellington, Loxahatchee and other western Palm Beach County communities for The Palm Beach Post. Email her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @ValenPalmB. Support local journalism: subscribe today.

This article originally appeared on Palm Beach Post: Restaurants in the Tuttle Royale of Royal Palm Beach in Palm Beach County

Leave a Reply