Galley At Hilton West Palm Beach Reopens Its Doors With New Design And Menu
Galley, the restaurant at Hilton West Palm Beach featuring global dishes, has reopened its doors following a redesign.
The redesign not only included an update to the interior, including a curated contemporary art collection, but also a new menu, mixology bar, pizza oven and wood-fire master grill.
Inspired by West Palm Beach’s growing arts district, Galley now features a contemporary collection curated by Related and Eaton Fine Art. Walls are lined with a vintage album design by Robert Rauschenberg, a Warhol vs. Basquiat poster, totemic posts carved in Cameroon by Tucker Robbins and works from local artists, including Brenda Haim, Megan James and Christina Cernik.
Galley also features refurbished pieces from old ships, including oversized wall art made from recycled buoys and vintage wooden mirrors.
New dishes include international shared plates, local mushroom pizza, grilled lamb chops, wood-fired Tomahawk steaks and Scottish salmon. Drinks include speakeasy classics like the smoked Old-Fashioned cocktail, which is presented in a smoking globe at the table.
For more information on the reopening, click here.
Photos courtesy of LibbyVision.com
600 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; 561.231.6100; hilton.com
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