The Broken Shaker will reopen in November back at the Indian Creek Hotel,
which is currently undergoing renovations. In addition, Orta and Zvi are taking
over a small 1920s beach house next door to the hotel, which they are turning
into a full-service restaurant, complete with an upstairs lounge.
"We really didn't expect to return to the Indian Creek Hotel. That wasn't our plan at all, but things just fell into place," said Orta about the Broken Shaker's return to the beach.
on their original Broken Shaker pop-up concept, the Bar Lab guys will
feature a full-scale dinner menu designed to be paired with their
Expect drinks using fresh herbs grown
in the restaurant's garden, as well as locally grown produce in the
dishes. Orta and Zvi are not releasing the name of the chef
they've tapped to head the kitchen yet, but expect a familiar face known for
inventive takes on traditional pub grub.
The theme of this new,
improved (and permanent) Broken Shaker? Classic American cocktail
lounge. The kind that might find Bogart and Bacall at the bar, flirting over a
November never sounded so good.
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