1000 North, one of Palm Beach County’s more talked-about new restaurants, will celebrate its first Fourth of July next month. From 4 p.m. to 9 p.m., 1000 North will host a barbecue, coupled with live music entertainment.
The menu will include smoked chicken sliders, prime Texas brisket, Memphis-style dry rub baby back ribs, grilled summer corn on a stick and twice-baked potatoes. Beverages include Frosé, Cold Fashioned (frozen Old Fashioned), wine, soda, tea and local tap beer.
Additionally, guests can show off their hidden culinary skills at 1000 Norths all-American hot dog bar, which will have more than 50 unique toppings. Each hot dog creation has a chance to be submitted into the “Best Dog of the Day” competition. The winner will receive a $50 gift certificate, and his or her gourmet dog will be featured at 1000 North on National Hot Dog Day.
This special party is $95 all-inclusive for adults and $45 for children (no charge for kids age 4 and younger).
Advanced reservations and payment required. Lunch will not be served on July 4, and no other menu will be offered. Attire is county club casual. No hats or flip flops allowed inside.
Feature Photo: Kim Seng