The rejuvenated Promenade Plaza in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, on Alternate A1A in the Gardens, is the ideal first home for Qwzine—a new fast-casual eatery. This global kitchen came to life with a soft opening back in February of this year as it has gained a steady following. The eatery has solidified its daily menu, and now prepares to bring Qwzine’s newest street food creations that will feature savory tacos, food on a stick, and many other global creations. Qwzine launches its street food beginning May 18 with $10 tickets for $15 worth of food, which they are limiting to the first 100 customers.
Qwzine, the first of more planned locations throughout South Florida, uses the freshest of ingredients to provide a unique, healthy selection of salads, hot and cold sandwiches, soups, and desserts based on a revolving international menu.
“At Qwzine, we believe great food should be fresh, fun, delicious and healthy,” says Nicole Balducci, general manager. “We focus our creative talents on delivering fun, fresh food in a welcoming atmosphere.”
Balducci added that her daily fresh offerings are handcrafted in-house by her staff where they strive to recreate unique and savory flavors from around the world, so they can deliver a pleasurable international dining experience. They also take pride in the multiple vegetarian and gluten free offerings.
Customers love the fresh salads which features the $5 Qwzine Bowl that lets customers create a unique salad through a selection of fresh greens, grains, vegetables, seeds, and cheeses with a selection of house made dressings. They can also add a protein of poultry, seafood, pork, or beef.
Another Gardens crowd favorite is Qwzine’s Bison Burger that is topped with guacamole, qwzine pico with a side of chipotle yogurt on a toasted brioche bun.
Providing a family-friendly atmosphere is important to Qwzine, so Thursdays Kids eat free from their weekly menu of traditional kid pleasers of: Kraft Mac and Cheese, PB&J, Grilled Cheese, and Hot Dogs with fountain drinks and Mott’s Apple Sauce.
Balducci says Qwzine wants to make it easier for people to eat well in a loving environment. It does this by adhering to an ideology that supports homemade food of high quality and exceptional flavor made and served with love.