In the world of real estate investment, the phrase "location, location, location" often holds sway. However, the true test of success comes when a new venture thrives in a less-traveled locale, making its expansion a journey akin to starting anew. Such is the story of Mathews Brewing Company Scratch Kitchen, set to make its grand debut at 125 S. Dixie Highway in Lake Worth Beach on January 5, marked by a ceremonial ribbon-cutting event in collaboration with the Lake Worth Beach Community Redevelopment Agency. This follows its initial soft opening on December 8.

The new dining spot, which required ten months of meticulous planning and development, boasts a cozy dining area with a 20-seat capacity. Guests can conveniently place their orders using QR codes at each table, enjoying their meals within the warm ambiance of the restaurant. A corridor connects the dining space to the bustling heart of the establishment - the kitchen, presided over by the accomplished head chef, Lisa Mercado. Chef Mercado's impressive resume includes stints as a dessert chef at Bizaare Avenue Cafe, head chef roles at Ravish in Lantana, the Red Lion Pub in Boynton Beach and Boca Raton, as well as the Living Room in Boynton Beach.

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