I'm excited about how this coming addition to Delray looks to be shaping up.
Bill Citara has the scoop:
"He helped make "California cuisine" popular in South Florida, now Dennis Max is spreading the farm-to-table gospel that originated in California to white-hot Delray Beach, where in June he expects to open his own outpost of that now-nationwide culinary trend, Max's Harvest...
"As for Harvest's physical space, which as Taste was slammed for being even more uncomfortable than it was cold and uninviting, Max plans a warmer and comfier "California Country" redo, with a front dining area that opens onto a garden-like patio set with tables and candles...
"Indoors, Taste's butt-busting seating will be replaced with more derriere-friendly booths, banquettes and bistro chairs, while the small back patio will be re-landscaped to become a place for "food-wine cocktail party grazing."
And the PB Post added:
"Max said he's reaching back to his roots in California for the same style of creative American cuisine that launched his restaurant empire decades ago. Then, as now, an emphasis on fresh, healthy ingredients is making a comeback.
"Max said Max's Harvest is similar to a Miami restaurant called Michael's Genuine Food & Drink, which features food harvested locally from farmers and fishermen."