Henry’s Palm Beach expected to open in March as The Breakers’ 10th restaurant

The long-awaited Henry’s Palm Beach – the 10th restaurant at The Breakers Palm Beach – is expected to open in March. Located on Royal Poinciana Way on Palm Beach, the restaurant will open at Via Flagler by The Breakers, an alfresco plaza that will feature a curated collection of boutiques, eateries and residences.

Named after the resort’s founder, Henry Morrison Flagler, Henry’s Palm Beach will showcase elevated comfort food.


Henry’s all-day menu will highlight specialties ranging from raw bar and “handhelds” (sandwiches) to USDA-Prime beef and fresh fish, while daily specials are expected to include chicken pot pie, beef Wellington and fresh pastas. Among its signature dishes: Pigs in a Pretzel Dough Blanket served with a warm pilsner cheese fondue; a Tavern Twin Patty Burger topped with craft cheddar and a house sauce; Butter Crumb Dover Sole complemented by a side of creamy rice grits and tartar sauce; and a Smoked Salmon Pizze, available during weekend brunch, prepared with tomato, Bermuda onion, lemon and a dill crème fraîche.

“The food is familiar, with something unexpected about every dish,” said The Breakers’ Executive Chef – Restaurants, Anthony Sicignano.

In addition, guests will get traditional and eclectic cocktails, such as Cucumber Mint with Tito’s Vodka, prosecco, cucumber and mint simple; Hurricane, featuring light and dark aged Caribbean rum, Chinola, fresh orange and lime, agave and grenadine; and Negroni, made with Nolet’s Gin, Campari and Carpano Antica Vermouth.

A local, artisanal beer selection, as well as an expertly curated wine list, courtesy of The Breakers’ award-winning master sommeliers – Virginia Philip (The Breakers’ Wine Director) and Juan Gomez – will also be available.  Henry’s “Prohibition” non-alcoholic beverages will blend a variety of fresh fruit and mixers.

“As the newcomer to the island’s social dining scene and The Breakers’ soon-to-be 10th restaurant, Henry’s Palm Beach is inspired by its location on Royal Poinciana Way, known as Palm Beach’s original Main Street,” said Nick Velardo, vice president food and beverage for restaurants at The Breakers. “Building on that legacy, this approachable culinary concept reflects the same timeless American spirit, where people gather as a community to enjoy a meal and socialize among friends, family and neighbors.’’

For Henry’s 4,200 square-foot interior, The Breakers has enlisted longtime collaborator and celebrated hospitality designer Adam D. Tihany, working as design consultant to Dailey Janssen Architects, to create a icasually elegant setting with a lively Palm Beach energy. The design and fresh color palette will create an open, dynamic atmosphere throughout the 150-seat restaurant (including a 24-seat bar, communal table for up to 14, private dining room for 24, and a semi-private dining area that seats 14).

The Bar will feature walnut and metal detailing, plum and gold leather barstools and dropdown bronze shelving. Tiled, end-grain wood floors will anchor the entire room, while table and banquette seating in shades of plum, chartreuse and gold, provide a rich pop of color.

Feature Art: The Breakers Palm Beach

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