Carnivores, start your appetites! Vegetarians. . . you may want to shield your eyes. Meat is coming to town
That would be M.E.A.T. Eatery & Taproom, the second outlet for partners George Patti and Tom Smith, set to open in May in Cendyn Spaces (980 North Federal Highway, Boca Raton), a unique office complex for everyone from freelancers to corporations on North Federal Highway between Glades and Palmetto Park roads.
Like the original M.E.A.T. in Islamorada, the Boca restaurant will focus on comestibles of the carnivorous kind—Angus beef burgers, house-made sausages and bacon, sammies from house-smoked pork to lobster rolls, plus truffle and duck fat fries, foot-long Wagyu beef hot dogs and a variety of cool munchies. Don’t despair too much, vegetarians, there will be salads and wraps and other meatless dishes for you too.
To wash all that meat down there will be a dozen or so craft beers, organic wines, “microbrewed” sodas and adult milkshakes, when you need more than a little ice cream to float your boat.
More details when they become available.