Grandview Public Market has redefined the Warehouse District as the epitome of urban renewal. The 14,000 square foot space just south of Clematis is Palm Beach County’s first multivendor food hall and encompasses grab-and-go restaurants, shops, fitness studios, and event spaces. Here, locals can merge with curious travelers to try native delicacies in one place.
Chris Villa, the founder of the market, drew inspiration from New York’s Chelsea Market in the way he restyled older buildings to create a center that supports local businesses. The multipurpose space is sophisticated yet playful and boasts a bright, inviting atmosphere. The food hall has both stationary and rotating vendors that offer visitors a wide variety of food cuisines. From sweet rolled ice cream to customizable savory poke and ramen bowls, diners are sure to find something to satisfy their cravings and sweet tooth. All of the restaurants ensure a unique culinary tasting experience, where visitors can find different cultures wherever they walk in the hall.
Here are the vendors currently in the market:
- Clare’s: With a menu that has a southern flair and specializes in premium comfort food, there is no better place to grab a chicken sandwich to go. Clare’s also offers a full bar that serves craft cocktails, wines, and rotating taps of local beers with happy-hour specials.
- The Corner: This Detroit-style pizza spot is known for its savory square pan pizzas. The deep-dish pie with a crisp crust takes 48 hours to make but is rewarding in its immense flavor.
- Crema: This unique ice cream shop serves ice cream in a Thai rolled fashion. The presentation is just as good as it tastes.
- Poké Lab Eatery: Guests can enjoy Poke and sushi burritos at this hot spot, where diners can customize their bowls and burritos to their liking. The Hawaiian-inspired bowls are made using sustainable, seasonal ingredients.
- Ramen Lab Eatery: The house-made ramen noodles-something hard to come across-are rich in flavor and can be customized with a combination of toppings. The team also works with local, sustainable ingredients and make an effort to be environmentally-conscious.
- Zipitios: This Meso-American fusion serves incredible tacos, pupusas, and amazing appertivos that are sure to nail every flavor.
- Rabbit Coffee: The iconic Riviera-based coffee shop serves cold brew coffee, espresso, matcha, and teas that are sure to fulfill your caffeine craving. Bagels and pastries from Wynwood’s Zak the Baker are also served in the morning.
- Celis Produce: Guests who strive to eat healthily and organically may stop at this shop, which serves breakfast bowls, smoothies, cold-pressed juices, and açaí bowls.
- Olive Oil of the World: This family-owned business of olive oil experts dedicate themselves to serving gourmet olive oils, vinegar, pasta, chocolate, locally-crafted cheeses, hummus, olives, and spices. The “Fresh From Florida” stamp can be found on many of the products.
- Cholo BBQ: Serving well-prepared, smoked meats including pulled pork and brisket, this barbeque restaurant is the perfect spot for those looking for the perfect sandwich or meat platter.
- El Cochinito: LA’s favorite Roast pork, black beans, salads, tropical fruit shakes, and an award-winning Cubano sandwich can be found here. Try the excellent flan to satisfy any dessert cravings.
- Quinn: Shop in this cute boutique to find creative gifts, home goods, presents for kids, and paper goods.
After visitors have ordered, they can relax on the Loading Dock: a breezy outdoor terrace where guests can sit and enjoy their meal, as well as the sunny South Florida weather. Or, visitors can stay inside and roam around the Living Room: a 33 by 33 foot space with a rotating art gallery that is also available to host private events.
Not only does Grandview Public Market offer exceptional restaurants, but they also host numerous events throughout the week. Live music genres of all kinds, including jazz (Sunday 5-8 pm), Salsa (Thursday 7:30-9 pm), and vinyl from DJ Disco Matt (Friday 8-11 pm) are played on the Dock. Or, on Tuesday nights, pop in for trivia night to win prizes from 7-9 and enjoy a few cold ones! If you’re looking to relax and unwind, stop by the Community Vinyasa Yoga class (Saturday 10-11 am) led by Amanda Hills. There is never a shortage of things to do at the market!