Table 26 Looks Toward the Future

The West Palm Beach hideaway offers diners a spot for an alfresco meal as we all adjust to this new normal

Photo by Libby Volgyes

A mainstay in West Palm Beach’s Dixie Corridor for eight years, Table 26 opened in a former 1950s gas station long before a slew of trendy restaurants began popping up on South Dixie Highway. When the pandemic threatened to thwart the neighborhood’s progress, owners Ozzie Medeiros and Eddie Schmidt were quick to pivot. Given social distancing guidelines, the duo expanded happy hour beyond just the bar, allowing guests to sample bites large and small as well as $10 cocktails, like the 26 North grapefruit martini, from any seat daily between 4 and 6:30 p.m. They’re also continuing the Summer Taste To-Go dinner for two (inclusive of a starter, two entrees, and dessert at a 26 percent discount) through September. Those who dine in are privy to a new outdoor seating area created in partnership with Gast Construction and Island Living & Patio. This chic hideaway offers the perfect spot for an alfresco meal as we all adjust to this new normal.

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