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Mr. Bice Guy

BY Jayne Chase | January 3, 2018 | Feature Features

Bice General Manager Jose Gonzalez weighs in on one of the most sought-after dining spots on the island and its continued popularity with Palm Beachers.

"OUR CUSTOMERS MAKE this Bice different than any of the others. They know they can call me at the last minute to add more people to their table, and we will bend over backward to accommodate them,” says beloved Bice General Manager Jose Gonzalez.

Since opening its doors in 1995, Bice Palm Beach has been one of the most popular restaurants on the island. On any given day or night, the dining room, outdoor terrace and bar are bustling with loyal customers. “People love Bice Palm Beach because it’s been an institution here for more than 25 years, and our customers love our food and how we treat them,” he says. “Plus, we’re so lucky our chef, Elmer Saravia, will change the recipes left and right to give our customers any order they want. Many of our regular diners never even look at a menu when they come in. We know what they like and their orders go right into the kitchen.”

Bice is known for its handmade pastas and sauces, but this season, the Palm Beach team has added delicious new seasonal salads. Choose between gamberoni alla griglia made with grilled jumbo shrimp, arugula, hearts of palm, mango, lemon and raspberry coulis; and the insalata caprino, a spinach salad with radicchio, red beets, hearts of palm, warm goat cheese and an in-house balsamic dressing. And, of course, pair any food selections with the all-time favorite Bice Palm Beach martini, infused with fresh fruit that the bartenders change weekly—“a specialty of the house,” beams the nine-year restaurant veteran. 313 Worth Ave., 561.835.1600

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