Boca Raton Resort & Club recently announced a new partnership with Major Food Group, creating one of the best culinary destinations in the United States. Major Food Group is the company behind some of the hottest restaurants, including Carbone, The Grill and Parm. This partnership will launch multiple dining concepts as part of the resort’s $150 million transformation.
Over the next eight months, the two will launch multiple dining concepts, with the first one being The Flamingo Grill — a chophouse set to open early summer. The restaurant was designed by Rockwell Group and will offer a fresh take on the mid-century American chophouse evoking flair, elegance and sophistication of a bygone era.
Sadelle’s, a brunch spot, will be the next restaurant to open, followed by restaurants exploring Japanese and Italian cuisine.
“For decades the Boca Raton Resort & Club has been one of the most desirable and luxurious destinations in the United States, and this partnership — as part of the most significant evolution in our history — is designed to usher in a new golden era,” said Daniel Hostettler, president and chief executive officer, Boca Raton Resort & Club.
“The opportunity to create this sweeping, dynamic culinary offering at such an iconic property simply hasn’t been done before,” said Jeff Zalaznick, co-owner, MFG. “We’re honored to help bring MSD’s bold vision for the Property to life and create memorable experiences for every member and guest.”
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