Boca Raton Resort & Club’s Culinary Makeover

Major Food Group will launch multiple dining concepts as part of Boca Raton Resort & Club’s $150 million transformation

Rendering of The Flamingo Grill at Boca Raton Resort & Club. Courtesy of Major Food Group
Rendering of The Flamingo Grill.
Courtesy of Major Food Group

The ongoing $150 million transformation of the Boca Raton Resort & Club will result in many upgrades and updates, among them an elevation of the culinary scene at the iconic resort.

Renowned New York-based restaurant group Major Food Group—the company behind some of today’s hardest-to-score tables, including Carbone and Parm in New York City—will expand to the Boca Raton Resort and launch multiple new dining concepts.

The first, slated to open July 2021, is The Flamingo Grill, an American chophouse that aims to transport patrons to a bygone era of midcentury glamour. The sophisticated menu will sport elegant takes on classic dishes—think perfectly executed steaks or a banana split flambéed tableside.

Sadelle’s, a brunch institution with locations in Soho and Las Vegas, will open next, and the plan is for additional restaurants to focus on the cuisines of Japan and Italy. Rockwell Group is designing the restaurants with King & Partners.

Aside from the new restaurants, the redesigned Boca Raton Resort & Club will feature new amenities, a complete reconfiguration of the Tower, and even a four-acre lakefront oasis with luxury cabanas, four pools, and a lazy river.

The Boca Raton Resort & Club is located at 501 E Camino Real. To make reservations or find more information about the ongoing evolution of the resort, click here.

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