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New Times Broward Palm Beach

South Florida Breweries Embrace Growing Brewpub Trend With Unique Food Options

Savoury Eats Kitchen at Due South Brewing in Boynton Beach
Savoury Eats food truck will become Due South Brewery's permanent off-site kitchen

This week, Due South Brewing Co. founder Mike Halker announced a partnership with a local food truck to offer brewery guests a permanent lunch and dinner option. Starting Saturday, September 15, chef Royal Gunter of Savoury Eats food truck will be onsite at 11 a.m. Tuesday through Sunday serving customers two separate menus for lunch and dinner, in addition to offering unique menus for specialty events and beer pairing dinners.


Items will be priced affordably, Halker says, and will rotate weekly with everything from a New Orleans-style muffuletta or traditional Southern-style hot chicken to jerk-seasoned salmon or Moroccan-spiced lamb meatball sub.


"We want the approach to the food to mirror our approach to beer — always changing," Halker says. "That's the culinary agility we're really into."


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