Cuisine Type: None
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Number of Tables: 11?25
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Draft beers, such as Stella, Blue Moon, and Yuengling
Alcohol: Full bar
Delivery / Take-out Available: Yes
Outdoor Seating: No
What?s the best reaction you?ve ever gotten from a customer?
When people comment on how clean the pub is, and how much they the hometown ambiance?which is reminiscent of the television show, Cheers.
Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover?
The pub has pool tables, a jukebox, darts, and a snack machine. We also host trivia and sweepstakes, and in the near future, live entertainment. The nightclub, which fits an additional 300 people, is available to be rented for events such as corporate parties, birthdays, and concerts.
In your own words, how would you describe your menu?
We pour top-shelf liquors and offer a daily happy hour special.
The roots of the eclectic menu at The Rusty Hook Tavern can be traced back to the chef and proprietor, who boasts an eclectic history himself. Born in Senegal, West Africa, Nader "Ned" Jaouhar spent his childhood in Paris before eventually moving to the US as a teen, where he studied culinary arts at the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale. After graduating, he drew upon his childhood experiences and found success in the world of French cuisine?but that's just one of the international influences that can be found on the menu at Rusty Hook. House specialties include flounder encrusted in almond flour and drizzled with lemon-caper sauce, and a made-to-order rib eye with a smoked sea-salt rub.
At Dubliner Irish Pub, only one authentic pub fixture is missing: a roisterous old man in a wool cap and cable-knit sweater. All the others, however, have acclimated to the Florida heat. Communal tables conducive to storytelling. Foamy pints of Guinness, Smithwick's, and Magners cider. A stick-to-your-ribs menu peppered with corned beef sliders, shepherd's pie, and beer-battered haddock. Even the flat-screen TVs find time between American sports for Celtic pastimes such as soccer, rugby, hurling, and competitive freckling. Weekly bouts of trivia and live performances from local bands help keep the craic crackly.
For rookie puffers, the hookah is a glass water pipe originally from India that is popular for smoking syrup-soaked tobacco. Filtering the smoke through cool water results in a smooth, mellow experience that is on par with the Sultan Hookah Lounge's relaxed atmosphere. While sipping the house Turkish coffee with friends, enjoy more than 100 different flavors of tobacco, including double apple, orange crush, mango, strawberry daiquiri, vanilla, honeydew melon, lemon, mint, rose, apricot, and cappuccino. Tobaccos can be mixed to create custom candy-flavored goodness, such as orange crush daiquiri, vanilla cappuccino, or immortality-bestowing ambrosial nectar. Sultan's also offers outdoor seating for mixing the flavors of hookah with the scent of the open air.
New York Comedy Club showcases both upcoming and established comedians during its weekend night performances. Entertain your senses while guffawing at humor dazzlers; as there is a minimum two beverage or food item requirement, parch your thirst nodules in advance and partake of comforting American fare and adult beverages. Featured performers have played the joker in a variety of mediums, from Late Show with David Letterman to closing argument courtroom jester. Chosen as one of the top five for Best Comedy Club in the Palm Beaches and Treasure Coast vicinity, New York Comedy Club strives to bring riotous showpersons to laughter enthusiasts.
Named "Best New Bar" in Palm Beach County in 2010 by Broward- Palm Beach New Times, The Lodge Beer & Grill plies patrons with a delicious menu amongst rustic log cabin décor and antler chandeliers. Begin a flavorful excursion with the truffle fries ($6), hand-cut fries infused with white truffle oil and topped with Parmesan cheese. For a dinner headliner, cozy up to a signature Lodge burger ($10), featuring an all-natural, hand-formed Angus beef patty smothered in caramelized onions, lettuce, and tomato. Clear your palate of meaty remnants with a glass of wine or one of The Lodge's rotating lineup of 23 imported and microbrew beers, collected from the joyful tears of ale angels. True brew enthusiasts can share great finds with their friends by taking home a 64-oz. growler ($4.95 for the growler itself) brimming with suds, birdseed, or green army men.