Bolay aims to bowl over restaurant patrons with a bold new dining concept. Created by Outback Steakhouse co-founder and internationally recognized restaurateur Tim Gannon and his son Chris, Bolay is taking a fast casual approach to fresh and flavorful food that invigorates the palate, inviting diners to build bowls packed with nutrient-rich super foods and tasty proteins.
Bolay is slated to open in early February in the newly built Buckingham Plaza at 250 S. State Road 7 in Royal Palm Beach.
“At Bolay, we cater to discerning, health-conscious guests with ingredients that uniquely customize bold, innovative flavors,” said Tim Gannon, a Wellington resident. “We are innovating the build-your-own-bowl experience, and pairing it with refreshing cold-pressed juices, infused teas, and local craft beer and wine.”
Chef Martin Oswald, a former protégé of Wolfgang Puck, helped curate Bolay’s menu. As chef of the popular Aspen, Colo., Pyramid Bistro, he is known for drawing on his European roots by infusing a philosophy of holistic, nutrient-rich food into delectable high art. Together with the Gannons’ New Orleans roots, they built flavor profiles around this sentiment and their passion for food.
The restaurant menu offers food that is delicious, nutritious, wholesome, nourishing and cleanses the body every day. The ingredients Bolay guests choose from to build bowl lunches and dinners blend tastes from other cultures and exotic spices from around the world.
Guests will have the option of selecting from a variety of bases for their bowl, plus raw and prepared vegetables and proteins, topped with custom sauces and separate add-ons.
The Gannons are committed to offering ingredients that are freshly prepared on-site daily, creating the perfect blend of healthy and savory. Created with just the right amount of tasty and creative zest in every bowl, any meal will be outrageously good, since customers choose their own favorite ingredients.
Gluten-free, nutrient-rich items aren’t special requests; they’re always featured selections at Bolay.
Bolay will reveal grand opening plans as the date approaches. Hours will be 10:30 a.m.-10 p.m. daily. Learn more at www.eatbolay.com.
ABOVE: Restaurateur Tim Gannon will debut a new dining concept with his new build-your-own-bowl eatery Bolay on State Road 7.