Whether it’s from Delray, Boca or Fort Lauderdale, us South Floridians rarely want to venture more than 10 miles from our respective cities for a meal.
Boca Raton’s Mizner Park recently welcomed iconic Brooklyn, New York eatery Junior’s Restaurant to its lineup of shopping, fun and flavor.
There’s a new gem on Oakland Park Boulevard, and the secret is out—Nisi serves up one mighty Mediterranean-inspired meal. Managing partner Andreas Tsavos helped launch the restaurant in September that replaced former Thasos Greek Taverna. Nisi, the Greek word for island, is designed with one vision in mind—“to do Greek the right way,” Tsavos says
Visit this Delray Beach waterfront restaurant for Argentinian food that won’t disappoint.
Say aloha to The Poke House, a fast-casual eatery that’ll be surfing through the rest of South Florida soon.
Nestled toward the back of The Promenade at Coconut Creek is CIAO Cucina & Bar. The word “ciao” illuminates in large lettering on the back wall, giving a real meaning to the Italian greeting for diners. Once inside, there’s no escaping the smell of cuisine that is molto buono.
Drive along Federal Highway in Boca Raton, and you just might miss the restaurant if you aren’t looking for the sign. Fries to Caviar is nestled among a strip of stores, but you’ll be happy to have stepped inside. The restaurant is the product of chef and co-owner Jimmy Mills’ collaboration with his longtime staff at Jimmy’s Bistro in Delray Beach, and it’s here to stay.
Step into a world where blues as deep as the ocean cover the walls and grouper, caught just hours before, sits on your dinner plate. If this sounds like seafood heaven, then you’ve come to the right stop at Hollywood’s Margaritaville. Fresh might as well be included in the name JWB Prime Steak and Seafood, where not only is the seafood worth raving about, but so are the steaks.
Dinner is done right at Cena with dishes prepped by executive chef Antonio Montella, who has 20-plus years of experience with Italian cuisine.
Thierry Beaud became friends with the pastry chef, Patrick Lézé, and in 2013, he worked with him to reopen the shop as the acclaimed Patrick Lézé Palm Beach Patisserie it is today.
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