Major Food Group to Open Restaurants at Boca Raton Resort

The Boca Raton Resort & Club has announced a new partnership with New York-based hospitality company Major Food Group, which will create a series of new F&B options as part of the resort’s $150 million transformation. The collaboration will kick off this summer with the opening of the Flamingo Grill restaurant.

Designed by New York-based Rockwell Group, the Flamingo Grill will evoke a clean, midcentury American-style chophouse ambiance reminiscent of bygone glamour. Old World elegance will permeate the restaurant, complementary to the overall redesign of the resort, which is owned by MSD Partners. New additions will also include a four-acre lakefront oasis populated with luxury cabanas, four pools, and a lazy river. “The opportunity to create this sweeping, dynamic culinary offering at such an iconic property simply hasn’t been done before,” says Major Food Group co-owner Jeff Zalaznick. “We’re honored to help bring MSD’s bold vision for the property to life and create memorable experiences for every member and guest.”

A new outpost of Sadelle’s, which is preceded by locations in New York and Las Vegas, is also slated to open at the Florida resort, and additional restaurants by the partnership will include entirely new concepts exploring Japanese and Italian cuisine. Major Food Group is behind popular eateries such as Carbone, the Grill, and Parm.

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