We hope you’re sitting down as a result of after greater than a decade the Insurgent Home will shut its doorways on March 27. Chef Eric Baker has owned it for 4 of these years and cemented it into Boca’s eating scene with its whimsical vibe and distinctive dishes. It’s bittersweet for Baker who has so many nice reminiscences within the house together with assembly his spouse there, even earlier than they owned it.
He says it’s time to shift and attributes this shift to the success of Alley Cat, his latest idea he opened with accomplice David Bouhadana of Sundown Sushi and Sushi by Bou. Alley Cat, presently at Royal Palm Place, will transfer into Insurgent Home’s a lot roomier house and open on April 3.
“We’ve got this massive house to play with and develop into, which we’re very enthusiastic about,” Baker says.
Baker says it’s extra of an evolution, he needs to maintain Insurgent Home’s vitality and merge it with Alley Cat’s izakaya fare in a kitchen that’s about 3 times bigger than what it has now. Workers from each areas will come collectively and there’ll nonetheless be brunch, however now Pinkie’s Deli will remodel into a personal eating room and sushi bar. There are even talks of a doable sultry speakeasy.
“We now have an actual alternative to proceed to lift that bar,” he says.
So, get your reservations in now earlier than it’s too late.
297 E. Palmetto Park Street, Boca Raton; 561/353-5888; rebelhouseboca.com
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