Lots of legal fare when Adrian Grenier's 'Honey Brothers' hosted the night's events at 401 East Las Olas Boulevard last week.
The opening party brought in the likes of Dan Marino and other local socialites. The Honey Brothers band, which includes drummer and vocalist Adrian Grenier of HBO's "Entourage," hosted the night’s events. The band performed to a packed house as h'ors deourves and cocktails were served.
Attorney Scott Rothstein is a co owner with Tony and Laurie Bova. High end dining includes sparkling waters at up to $40 a bottle. Ah. but there's a private champagne room for a mere $1,000 minimum.
Still, the venue is striking; chandeliers, high ceilings, stirring decor. If it takes after their other ventures in Boca Raton, Bova Ristorante and Bova Cucina, it is sure to be a success and attraction to the downtown courthouse crowd. The place was packed with attorneys and courthouse personnel at five o'clock happy hours on Thursday and Friday.
The food is specatacular. Grilled Prawns. Japanese kobe. Buttery lobster tails at the price of your first mortgage. Most importantly, lots of breads. 500 wines, but many many you can order by the glass. Executive chef Werner Steeber's Bova Prime menu specializes in steaks, chops and seafood plus Italian-style fare. He is hiring a retired politician from Arizona named John Mc Cain as the Maitre' D.
Very classy, upscale, and sure to become a popular venue. Kudos for the quality. Moderate to expensive pricing, and you get what you pay for. Nice addition to the boulevard.