I have been going to Rebel House since they opened up in 2012. Since then, the restaurant has become one of the hot spots and go-to restaurants in Boca and Palm Beach County. Owned and operated by Chef Michael Saperstein and his business partner Evan, E&M Munchies is one of the most successful restaurant & catering companies in the state. In addition to Rebel House, the team runs and operates: Charm City Burger Company, El Jefe Luchador, and Revel & Fetes Catering – which has since evolved to become E&M Culinary, Events, & Creative. Chef Saperstein also owns and runs Sunshine Provisions, you know, in his spare time.
The Rebel House is a full service “Renegade” restaurant & bar created to be a place that does things, well, differently. The Chef at The Rebel House says they will be changing up the menu every 4-5 weeks in an attempt to keep the menu fresh, seasonal and exciting for diners.
Along with a changing food menu is a changing drink menu. The Rebel House might be just as well known for their craft cocktails as they are the food. One thing that will never change or leave the drink menu, is the smoked old fashioned. I’m not saying that they invented the smoked old fashioned, but I am saying they perfected it! But that’s not the only drink to have at Rebel. Do yourself a favor and let the servers and bartenders guide you towards a new cocktail that you will surely love.
Now, lets take a look at some of those new menu items!
Turning Japanese (Titos vodka, lemongrass syrup, lime, lychee and cilantro) and Rachel from Juice Land (Herradura tequila, strawberry, pineapple, beet agave and lime)
Garlicky Greens (garlic, citrus breadcrumbs, EVOO)
Seared Mahi Mahi (creamy coconut rice, jerk roasted carrots, eggplant chutney)
BBQ Pork Belly (creamed cornbread, Carolina mustard pork glacé, Brussels slaw)
Korean Fried Chicken Wings (gochujang-honey glaze, quick pickles)
Baked Potato Gnocchi Gratin (aged cheddar, béchamel)
Lamb Osso Bucco (marsala glacé, gremolata)