Opening on January 3rd, 2012, m/y Cafe has emerged onto the landscape at Rybovich marina offering another potentially great, "greeting, meeting and eating spot not just for the captains and crews but for the contractors, sub-contractors, management, and administrative staff located in Palm Beach, some refer to as the new Ft. Lauderdale. Rybovich marina offers some unique ameneties for its transient and somewhat permanent yachties and staff. Without appointment you will not get through the gates if you are trying to do your dockwalking strut however, even if you are out just to sample the cafe. Palm beach is certainly re-emerging as a hub for the yacht to come and dock, get serviced and enjoy some nice perks, namely the recently opened m/y cafe. Staffed with young hottie yachtie styled cuties, the diner style "pen and pad in hand" service with a smile is a good ole fashioned staple that the cafe presents as a cornerstone of a wonderful experience. Each day new features are scribbled onto an eraseable marker board boasting a bounty of wonderful flavor profiles with an international flare at times. In the works are themed nights such as Mega Burger Monday, with an already in existence Taco Tuesday with your choice of beef, chicken, shrimp or mahi mahi, so nice they named it twice. Other distant ideas were, Wild Wing Wednesday with "Hottie Yachtie Sauce", now under development. Thirsty Thursday where perhaps, vintners or wine reps would come in and offer wine tastings for the discerning palate. Friday is still kickin' with the ever popular themed crew parties offering an array of featurings including, beer and wine (no hard liqour), however the days of free beer and wine have waned to the wayside. I was privy to sampling some of the fare on my visit with Mario Byrne, a calm cool and collected director of marketing one rainy afternoon. The ever changing menu includes a signature sandwich, which we both agreed didn't seem like it would strike either of our fancies. The Hawaiian Chicken Melt, comprised of a semi-savory and sweet chicken salad, professed to be the most unique item on the menu having been discoverd in Kauai, served "regular" or low fat with a pineapple slice on grilled raisin bread, was certainly intriguing and actually pretty good served with house cut gaufrette (waffle cut), style sweet potatoes, lightly fried and topped of with "Magic Baker's Sugar Dust". If you happen to have the luxury of visiting the cafe, let them know what you would like to see on the menu so it will fit the tastes of those who actually attend this new gem next to the sea! Chef Peter Z from the Sea encourages to let your palate get pleased!!! Have you visited the cafe and what were your thoughts, comments, concerns, etc.