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'More fresh fish is coming to the island as Thierry Beaud, co-owner of Clematis' popular French bistro Pistache, and his group of Palm Beach investors are bringing life back to 251 Sunrise in the form of PB Catch...the restaurant space will feature locally caught seafood served in a casual nautical dining room, think "a modern yacht", accented with white-leather banquettes and mahogany floors.' - EaterMiami
Palm Beach, FL 33480
Hours of Operation:
Sunday - Thursday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday - Saturday: 5:30pm - 11:00pm
Happy Hour Daily at 4:30 pm
$30 and under
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Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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PBCatch Ratings and Reviews
Third time was not the charm!! The server was so rude becuase I didn't want to order the easiest way for him...as I didn't want the oyster sampler, I actually wanted to order all the different oysters they had on the menu. He walked away without taking anyone else's order. It went downhill from there. I thought I loved this restaurant but definitely will not be going back or recommending in the future.
I was looking for a seafood restaurant for a business dinner in a city I don’t know. This place did not disappoint. Service was fantastic. The food was delicious. I had a rose fish the was deboned table side and just excellent. It was a happy accident ending up there and it worked out really well.
Waiters talk you into King Crab legs that supposedly are much better value and quality than anywhere else. They were rubbery, over cooked and impossible to crack with a cocktail fork. The management needs to go to some high end competition and learn how these are prepared. You get better value and quality at Joe’s Crab Shack and that isn’t saying much
8 days in Palm Beach and this was by the worse meal we had. We ate at all high end establishments. The Good the Oysters but definitely over priced @ $29 for 6 Kusshi, Seachutterie, salmon entree and the lobster entree
The Really Bad
Popcorn shrimp was terrible, the octopus appetizer with oxtail was just not good, Caesar salad was blah, the Dover Sole had no flavor lacked salt and the Strawberry Grouper also lacked any flavor. The filet Job they did on the fish was terrible, I could filet the filet better
For these prices you should be wowed and this restaurant does not do that. Don’t eat here, there are plenty of great restaurants in Palm Beach.
Very nice restaurant in a pleasant part of Palm Beach. Service was just ok - had to ask for basics, like beverage refills and even bread. In fairness it was very busy. Speciality dish, Chilean sea bass, was superior, but so-called fresh snapper was overcooked and tasted fishy. All in all a pleasant place.
Excellent quality seafood crafted into exquisite creative dishes. Tried several menu items, including bay scallop with oxtail, marinated hiramasa, and jalapeno cured hamachi. Everything was superb. The service was friendly, accomadating and prompt. I would highly recommend a visit!
First time here. The two appetizers our table had were outstanding. I had Bronzino, salmon and Tuna were the other dishes ordered and all were great. Beautifully decorated. Special occasion restaurant. Definitely go back. A bit pricey, but,, it is Palm Beach. Valet parking available.
Have dined there many times - the evening was a departure from their usual outstanding food and general service. Though our waiter tried things were beyond his control. The hostess(manager) left much to be desired.
We look forward to the usual fine dining at our next visit.
We missed PB Catch during the week they were closed to do the renovation. We love the renovation—a clever switcheroo! The new fish market probably sounded like a great idea—fresh whole fish prepared and served your way. Call me old fashioned, but I prefer to limit variation in the kitchen to ensure high quality output. My striper was grilled and very smoky. I’d have preferred eight items on the menu.
Our expectations of PB Catch were great but only partially met. Our server lacked tact and finess, and did not make you feel welcome. Labeled as an oyster bar, they had only two kinds which were mediocre at best. The Ahi tuna was outstanding and saved the evening along with the mousse and marengues. In summary a bit of a dissappointment and expensive.
I have been coming to this restaurant since it opened . The food is always very good and the local vibe is inviting.
This visit, the place was very empty and I think I know why. The menu is the same but, the prices have been significantly increased. $49.00 for Chilean Seabass? $42.00 for Hawaiian Ahi Tuna. A bit overpriced. I now know why the place was more than half empty. I could not understand why the service was slow with no one there. Unfortunately, it will be a long time until I return again.
We came here for my boyfriend's birthday. Being from New York, we wanted to find the best food in Palm Beach, and I think we succeeded. We were at Echo across the street the night before, and that was good, but not as amazing as PB Catch. We had the oysters, which were ok, and a little sandy. Then, we had the brussels sprouts, basil rice (really good, a little salty), pesto squash salad (one of the best things I've eaten all year), and the 2 lb. lobster (super-fresh). Even the bread was amazing. Wine and cocktails were also really good. I had mentioned here, on Open Table, that it was my boyfriend's birthday and they sent over free cake with a candle, which was perfectly subtle and celebratory at the same time. If we're ever back in the area, we will come back for sure! Compliments to the chef and the staff.
The restaurant has a great modern look. However, I was not pleased with the current menu. We dined there two years ago and were very pleased, last year not so much, and this year we decided we would not go back. Sorry, we want to like this restaurant, but menu is not for us.
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