The Florida resort, which was acquired by MSD Partners in 2019, now offers a reimagined 2,500-sq. ft. Beach Club Lobby Lounge with several indoor and outdoor seating areas, and Marisol, a venue for outdoor dining adjacent to the beach.
Boca Raton (Fla.) Resort & Club debuted two dining concepts by lifestyle impresario Colin Cowie in 2021, Palm Beach Illustrated reported. The eateries, Marisol and the Beach Club lobby lounge, are highly anticipated components of the property’s $150 million renovation.
The resort’s light-filled, ocean-chic lobby opens to the reimagined 2,500-sq. ft. Lobby Lounge, Palm Beach Illustrated reported. The lounge features several indoor and outdoor seating areas, each with an inviting atmosphere that evolves from dawn to dusk.
“The guest’s journey is paramount in whatever I do. As I began to envision the Beach Club, a resort that I have always loved, it was important for me to truly redefine the experience by appealing to all five senses,” said Cowie. “We thought through every detail beginning from the moment a guest steps out of a car and curated every touchpoint, from the menus and décor, to the couture uniforms and the custom scent infused throughout the space.”
Steps away from the sand, Marisol sets the scene for seaside lunch and dinner, inspired by Cowie’s love for la dolce vita and iconic beach clubs situated along the Mediterranean, Palm Beach Illustrated reported. Marisol’s menu is anchored in fresh seafood, like flavorful local Pompano with Persian cucumber, minted herb salad, freekah tabbouleh, and lemon salmoriglio.
Chef Andrew Roenbeck partnered with Cowie to curate a menu that captures the simplicity and freshness of the cuisine found throughout the Mediterranean region, Palm Beach Illustrated reported. An extensive wine list, featuring more than 25 wines by the glass, complements the inspired menu.
“There is nothing more fabulous than a leisurely oceanside lunch with great company, delicious food, and of course, rosé,” notes Cowie. “Marisol offers the most idyllic and glamorous settings all inspired by my favorite destinations including Greece, Capri, and Cap d’Antibes.”