West Palm Beach’s iconic Okeechobee Steakhouse will welcome a new sister steakhouse in suburban Jupiter this 7 days. Lewis Steakhouse will make its debut on Indiantown Road at 4 p.m. Friday.
It is the initial time the Okeechobee relatives has opened a steakhouse in just about 75 years, suggests third-era operator Ralph Lewis.
“We’ve opened a number of other restaurants, but this is the initial venture into yet another steakhouse. It’s thrilling for my family and for myself,” he suggests.
Lewis Steakhouse, which will serve supper and delighted hour nightly, has transformed the former Giuseppe’s Italian Cafe place in the Chasewood Plaza, situated on the corner of Central Boulevard.
“We did a entire renovation, gutted out the place. It has a definitely awesome, upscale glimpse inside of. The ceiling is beautiful and there’s a beautiful, underlit bar that actually pops,” Lewis says of the 150-seat steakhouse.
The Jupiter location is special to his family, says Lewis.
“We appear forward to getting in Jupiter. We’re locals. My family members has roots below because the 1950s. My mother and maternal grandparents moved to Jupiter in 1957,” he says.
What is on the menu at Lewis Steakhouse in Jupiter?
Diners can expect a menu that is targeted on key meats with price ranges very similar to individuals of Okeechobee Steakhouse, he states. Lewis Steakhouse’s steak prices begin at $49.99 for a 10-ounce, trademarked Palm Seashore sirloin, and they are served with a preference of potato and a residence salad.
Be expecting steakhouse-appropriate appetizers which includes a colossal shrimp cocktail ($23.99), char-grilled oysters with apple-wood bacon and garlic-chile butter ($17.99) and crispy calamari with chile-lime aioli and cilantro ($17.99).
Those who favor fish and seafood will discover entrée options that consist of miso Chilean sea bass with togarashi spice, child bok choy and miso broth ($46.99) and butter-poached shrimp served with roasted cream corn, garlic butter and teardrop peppers ($39.99).
It would not be a steakhouse without steakhouse sides. At Lewis, they involve steamed and roasted veggie possibilities, creamed spinach ($11.99), lobster mac and cheese ($22.99), fingerling potatoes pan roasted in duck extra fat with capers and tarragon ($8.99) between other dishes.
And diners can count on a generous selection of vintage steak insert-ons, from béarnaise sauce ($5.99) to au poivre ($10.99) to Oscar-fashion ($15.99).
But Okeechobee regulars may possibly observe a several distinct choices on the Lewis Steakhouse menu. For occasion, there is a “beef flight for two” that features a sliced, 27-ounce dry-aged, bone-in rib-eye steak as properly as a Japanese A5 Wagyu striploin, bone marrow, a Wagyu beef cheek marmalade, garlic crostini and pickled vegetables ($210.99 for two). It tends to make fairly a presentation at the table, claims Lewis.
Heading the Lewis Steakhouse kitchen is Okeechobee veteran executive chef Jamie Steinbrecher, who enters his 14th 12 months with the model. Steinbrecher also serves as culinary director for the Okeechobee Steakhouse family members of food items-and-dining concepts, which contain the legendary steakhouse, Okeechobee Primary Barbecue, Okeechobee Key Meat Marketplace, Okeechobee Prime Seafood and Steak and other connected ventures in the will work.
A new partnership
The new steakhouse breaks fresh floor in essential ways for the Lewis relatives. Ralph Lewis has teamed up with three longtime Okeechobee Steakhouse professionals — Christina Wishart, Kyle Blake and Luis Fernandez — to provide Lewis Steakhouse to everyday living.
“It’s been a wonderful knowledge, and I’m energized for them,” Lewis states of the partnership with the three longtime workers. “I’ve informed them, ‘Once we open up in this article, you’re not working for me but we are organization associates.’”
Lewis suggests he has other very similar partnership tasks on the horizon. He also has instituted new benefits for his steakhouses’ kitchen and back-of-the-property staff: quarterly bonuses and a week of compensated holiday in addition to dental and overall health insurance.
“I want them to not have to fear about shelling out their costs when they are operating for us,” claims Lewis. “We want our employees to benefit from doing work for us.”
Opens 4 p.m. Friday
Found at 6390 W. Indiantown Road (at Central Boulevard), Jupiter, 561-277-9188, LewisSteakhouse.com
Hrs: Open at 4 p.m. every day for happy hour (4 to 6 p.m.) and dinner (4 to 10 p.m. Monday by means of Saturday, to 9 p.m. Sunday)