There is a brand-new eatery in one of West Palm Beach hippest neighborhoods. The SoSo pays homage to the “South of Southern District” neighborhood and features a fast food yet fine dinning concept designed to entice locals and visitors to the lively area. The SoSo is located at 4802 South Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach. They are open for lunch and dinner, Tuesday through Sunday with daily brunch served on Saturdays and Sundays.
The SoSo is a café and takeout concept started by two West Palm Beach locals and named after the neighborhood they grew up in and love. Designed around a passion for food and conversations with local family and friends and inspired by the duo’s experiences living in metropolitan cities and abroad, they are dedicated to delivering excellent quality experiences that fit your ever-busy lifestyles.
The menu runs the gamut from soups to salad and sandwiches to light entrées, and boasts subtle Mediterranean, Asian, and Latin influences. They offer “tapas” also known as for small plates like charred cauliflower with za’atar, lemon tahini, pomegranate, and herbs, as well as soups. One soup is the SoSo Sancocho, featuring a sofrito broth, root vegetable medley, corn, plantains, and cilantro. If you prefer, they offer a unique twist on salad like the Steak & Blue, with local mixed greens, Champagne truffle vinaigrette, Creekstone Farms New York strip, Point Reyes blue cheese, pickled red onions, crispy shimeji mushrooms, and sun-dried tomatoes. Sink your teeth into a sandwich like the SoSo Chicken Sammy, with herb-marinated chicken layered with piquillo pepper aioli, crispy avocado, bibb lettuce, and heirloom tomato inside a Bread by Johnny bun.