(PRESS RELEASE)_WEST PALM BEACH, FL, August 2, 2019 – Big Time Restaurant Group has announced plans to open a 10,000 square foot Italian restaurant on the West Palm Beach waterfront in the new Flagler Banyan Square development. The announcement comes on the heels of the July 24 opening of Elisabetta’s on Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach.
Big Time Restaurant Group, founded in 1993 and headquartered in West Palm Beach, is the largest restaurant operator based in South Florida with 16 high volume restaurants under its umbrella including Big City Tavern, City Cellar, City Oyster, Elisabetta’s, Grease, Louie Bossi’s, and Rocco’s Tacos.
The yet to be named waterfront restaurant will be located in a new mixed use complex on the corner of Flagler Drive and Banyan. Flagler Banyan Square will include a 208-room luxury hotel (The Ben, a Marriott Autograph Collection), a 251-unit apartment complex and retail space. The restaurant will include 2,000 square feet of outdoor dining and 8,000 square feet under cover.
“West Palm Beach is booming with new construction and energy and we are excited to be a part of this evolution by adding a fourth restaurant to the downtown area,” said Todd Herbst, co-founder and partner in Big Time. “Our Italian restaurant concepts, Louie Bossi’s and Elisabetta’s, are doing such strong business in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton and Delray Beach, we feel that West Palm Beach will embrace our expansion.”
Big Time Restaurant Group (BTRG) is headquartered on Clematis Street in West Palm Beach and was founded by Todd Herbst, Bill Watson and Lisabet Summa. Big Time Restaurant Group operates restaurants that appeal to a broad range of customers, offering a variety of stylish, relaxed and inviting options. The company’s restaurants are premier destinations for cocktails, dining and events. For more information, please visit: bigtimerestaurants.com.
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