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'Top Chef' Finalist Will Bring Fresh And Locally Grown Produce To The Table At The Regional Kitchen & Public House, Opening In West Palm This Summer

A new regional American-style restaurant from a "Top Chef" finalist will soon be opening its doors in CityPlace.

After making some construction progress this spring, The Regional Kitchen & Public House recently announced that it's expected to open in downtown West Palm this summer.

This is the fifth restaurant concept from TITOU Hospitality Group, known for popular Palm Beach County eateries including Pistache French Bistro, PB Catch and Paneterie. Spearheading this project alongside TITOU Hospitality Group co-founder Thierry Beaud will be chef Lindsay Autry. 

An accomplished culinary professional, Autry has worked with some of the greatest chefs along the East Coast and Mexico. She has worked under James Beard Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein, served as executive chef at Bernstein’s restaurants, and was even a finalist on the Bravo TV series “Top Chef.” 

Blending her Southern roots with Mediterranean flavors, Autry has created a soulful menu that will utilize farm-fresh ingredients. This can be seen in menu items such as the boneless half chicken with lemony orzo risotto, brussel leaves, feta and pepperoncini, and local snapper in banana leaf with salsa verde, roasted tomatoes and radishes.

Stepping foot into The Regional, guests will find a warm, inviting restaurant with a private dining area, extensive bar and lounge area, and outdoor seating on the patio. Most importantly, the kitchen will have a unique open pantry stocked with fresh, local ingredients.

Autry has hand-selected these products from local farms to complement the American cuisine on The Regional's evolving menu. 

“We toured the farm, ate warm strawberries right off the vine, and got our hands dirty," Autry said in a press release. "Knowing where our food comes from, seeing it through the whole process from ground to plate, those are the things I’ve dreamed of for this project.” 

The Regional Kitchen & Public House; 651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach