Palm Beach Gardens will be getting a new restaurant this fall. The restaurant is globally inspired with Indian roots and will be taking over the former space of Carmine’s Crab Shack on PGA Boulevard. The former Carmine’s Crab Shack closed it doors in 2017.
The modern small plate spot, Stage, is by the acclaimed Miami Chef Pushkar Marathe. Chef Marathe has partnered with the popular Buccan restaurant in Palm Beach general Manager to open Stage this upcoming fall. Marathe is known for his inventive and soulful dishes and his dishes have earned him a national acclaim at the Ghee Indian Kitchen, where he has been executive chef at the popular Miami restaurant since it opened in 2017.
Stage, pronounced “staahj”, goal is to create a restaurant that more approachable and where you can eat at everyday while still remaining unique. The chef plans to work with local farmer and use a lot of seasonal ingredients and vegetables in his dishes. The menu will also feature fish dishes such as yellowtail snapper, Wagyu beef tartare, vegan options, vegetarian options and much more.
Palm Beach Gardens was chosen for the location for the restaurant because of the exciting things in and coming to the area.
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Stage is expected to open sometime in October 2019 and will be located at 2000 PGA Boulevard in Palm Beach Gardens.