20 Feb What to Eat at Grandview Public Market
Grandview Public Market, Palm Beach County’s first food hall, has officially opened it’s door. This culinary mecca, comprised of independently owned small businesses, is the brainchild of Chris and Kristen Vila — and not only brings some of the trendiest food establishments together under one roof, but it also offers a fitness center, a unique event space and weekly offerings for all ages throughout.
“West Palm Beach is experiencing growth as a community through development, the arts, and an influx of young professionals, and we wanted to be a part of it. For GPM we carefully curated the vendors, who are as excited as we are to be involved and doing business in such a vibrant, flourishing community,” states Chris Vila.
For those of you who are familiar with food halls across the country like Eataly and Chelsea Market, you can expect a similar concept, but on a smaller scale, where you have independently owned venues opening together under one roof. We were invited in for a sneak peek of Grandview Public Market and well, we can’t stop thinking about it.
From fresh pressed juices at Celis Produce to cold brew coffee at Rabbit Coffee to the Brightline cocktail, our thirst was quenched — but now, let’s talk about the food.
What do you get when you combine poke and a burrito? A pokeritto, of course — and Poke Lab Eatery is serving this right up. While they do serve a variety of poke dishes, this sushi-burrito was too fun to pass up — and it’s perfect for a quick, on-the-go meal.