New Happy Hour and “Rancher’s Reserve” Program at Fern Street Wine Bar & Kitchen in West Palm Beach

Fern Street Wine Bar & Kitchen, the West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District restaurant known for sustainable farm-to-table dining in a gallery setting, has announced a series of spring happenings, including new happy hour, Ranchers Reserve ‘‘ranch-to-table’’ program featuring exclusive meats, new Latin-inspired lunch concept and Lunch Break.

Now available daily from 5-7 p.m., Happy Hour guests can get ‘‘buy one, get one’’ oysters, $10 farm boards made with nitrate-free, antibiotic-free, non-GMO and humanely raised meats and cheeses, and half off wines by the glass from Fern Street’s wine program, featuring picks from top well-known producers to small, family-owned vineyards.

The new ‘‘ranch-to-table’’ program features large cuts of dry aged meats sourced from small, family-owned ranches. Ranchers Reserve allows diners access to elevated off-menu items including wagyu, vintage grass-fed, veal, bison, game meats and wild meats.

True to Fern Street’s philosophy, all featured meats are antibiotic-free, hormone-free and humanely raised, and prepared under 100 percent wood fire. Available to all, Ranchers Reserve provides an experience for special occasions, social events, groups and meetings. While some items are made available daily, it is recommended to reserve selections when making a reservation.

Tucked inside the outdoor mural garden, Lunch Break serves up contemporary Latin-infused street food from a modern food trailer. Inspired by Fern Street’s philosophy of using only clean, quality ingredients free of nitrates, antibiotics and GMOs and Chef Eddy Zapil’s Latin heritage, the casual menu features a mix of tacos, garnachas (fried tortillas with meat and cheese), pupusas (savory stuffed corn cakes), empanadas, ceviche, salads, sandwiches, and snacks ranging from $4-$13.

Chef Eddy Zapil

Standout items include tempura fish tacos topped with pickled fruits, veggies and Latin slaw; hanger steak garnacha; pork belly pupusa, ceviche tostada prepared with local fish as well as a selection of vegan offerings.

Guests can dine in casual outdoor seating surrounded by oversized murals by local artists. Lunch Break is open Monday – Saturday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Online ordering is also available for takeout via orderlunchbreak.com.

Fern Street’s newly website features the ever-changing seasonal menus and Ranchers Reserve items as well as reservations and digital gift cards.


Photo Credits: Alissa Dragun

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