Okeechobee Prime Seafood Feature in USA Today

Okeechobee Steakhouse welcomes a classic seafood restaurant to the family. The new Okeechobee Prime Seafood restaurant sits right behind the iconic West Palm Beach steakhouse.

When the pandemic devastated his catering operations, Okeechobee Steakhouse owner Ralph Lewis dusted off an old dream he had for his event hall and catering space: a traditional fish house in the style of his iconic West Palm Beach restaurant. 

The dream comes to life Friday, when Lewis opens Okeechobee Prime Seafood.

The 138-seat seafood restaurant has transformed the spacious building that sits behind the Lewis family’s steakhouse, which is deemed to be the oldest in Florida. 

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