After a summer hiatus, Eau Palm Beach Resort’s flagship restaurant was to have reopened with fanfare this past Labor Day weekend.


Although it did reopen Friday, its planned holiday weekend of festivities was postponed as Eau Palm Beach closed early Sunday to make final preparations for Hurricane Dorian and to ensure the safety of the staff.


Now, as the Manalapan resort, 100 S. Ocean Blvd., makes its scheduled post-Dorian reopening today, Angle is doing the same.


Angle’s reopening today includes a new addition, adjacent to the restaurant’s urbane space: a pop-up called Bubbles and Bourbon Bar. The bar is designed in the spirit of a speakeasy and is entered via velvet ropes.


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Angle is known for its upscale farm-to-table cuisine and its design details, including a communal underlit onyx-and-amber table.


The restaurant closed for a summer hiatus in mid-August with a then-scheduled reopening of Oct. 24. But according to Eau’s public relations director, Nick Gold, the resort decided to reopen Angle early after hearing from “hotel guests as well as locals that they wished Angle was open now and not just in season.”


Angle now is open weekly, Wednesday through Saturday.


For more information, call 533-6000 or visit eaupalmbeach.com.