SoSo closes; opens new barbecue restaurant

SoSo closes;  opens new barbecue restaurant

It is simple to get caught up within the pleasure of recent eating places, soon-to-open eateries, and every part that sparkles on the horizon in a quickly rising metropolis like West Palm Seaside. Native restaurant companions and childhood associates Alex DiSchino and Kye Akavia, each 32, know that pleasure properly.

One yr in the past this week, they opened The SoSo, a quick, upscale café serving fashionable American fare within the metropolis’s South of Southern neighborhood the place they grew up.

A door closes

Chef Cesar Brea's Charred Cauli was a top seller at The SoSo restaurant in West Palm Beach.

Earlier this week, the restaurant’s house owners introduced that they might be closing the place tonight on the finish of dinner service.

The companions expressed their disappointment once I spoke to them on Thursday. However even within the bustling eating hall of South Dixie Freeway, closure was inevitable, they mentioned.

This was our dream and we needed to share it with the neighborhood, Akavia advised me.

This is my full story in regards to the closure of The SoSos.

Childhood friends Kye Akavia (left) and Alex DiSchino opened The SoSo

The restaurant was welcoming, ethereal, quiet sufficient for dialog. The home windows missed a metropolis that was turning into extra culinaryly various day by day.

SoSo has made me a fan of proficient govt chef/accomplice Cesar Brea. I do know I’ve typically raved about The SoSos cauliflower steak, crackled with zaatar, pomegranate seeds, lemon tahini and herbs. And I cherished that Brea celebrated her household’s Dominican roots in menu objects like her streamlined model of a chimi sandwich and her soulful sancocho (root vegetable stew).