New eateries and entertainment are coming into the restaurant spaces in Mizner Park, the owners have announced.
Among the new restaurants in the works are Calaveras Cantina, a Mexican restaurant and bar with roots in Jupiter. The eatery will take over the space formerly occupied by Junior’s Restaurant and Cheesecake.
Sub-Culture, the owners of Mizner Park’s Dubliner [Irish pub] and Kapow! [noodle bar], will open two other brands in the center. Lost Weekend, a bar featuring billiards, games, art and brews, has leased space near iPic, the movie theater. The space was previously occupied by Cheese Course.
Subculture Coffee, with locations in South Beach, West Palm Beach and Jupiter, will soon call Mizner Park home.
Strike 10 Bowling will move into the space where Uncle Julio’s once was next to the Boca Raton Museum of Art. Strike 10 has lanes, a sports lounge, billards, an arcade and food in Gulfstream Park in Hallandale.
The company is not affiliated with Strikes@Boca, the bowling alley and cafe on Military Trail.
The Blue Fish Japanese restaurant, is opening where Racks was in Mizner. The opening is slated for November. The owners have restaurants in Texas and this is their first Florida foray.
There’s also a Loch Bar in Baltimore, Md. and in Houston, Tex.
Brookfield Properties, Mizner Park’s Chicago-based owner, has not released information on other new tenants yet.
“We are pleased to welcome a diverse and upscale mix of new tenants to Mizner Park,” Dana Romanelli Schearer, general manager at Mizner Park, said in a statement.