Former New York high-end dining club Swifty’s, which closed its doors in 2016, is set to make a pop-up appearance at the Colony Hotel, Palm Beach, Florida.
The 89-room boutique hotel has commissioned Kemble Interiors to design a pop-up version of Swifty’s inspired by the original.
The hotel’s permanent restaurant, CPB, will continue to serve food.
Swifty’s founder Robert Caravaggi, who returns to head up the project, commented: “Swifty’s was a festive restaurant in New York where special people gathered.
“I am thrilled to have it opening at the beautiful Colony Hotel. The Colony is the jewel of Palm Beach island, and this union is the perfect marriage.”
The menu will include new, local dishes and Swifty’s classics.
The restaurant was known for its celebrity patrons during its time in New York, including Bill Murray, Michael Kors and Liza Minelli.