A '90s revival makes its comeback in Boca Raton.
Head to Boca Raton for a taste of traditional Greek cuisine.
A 12-foot bear sculpture stands guard in front of AVANT’s outdoor patio in Pineapple Grove.
If you fancy drinking a glass (or more) of fine wine that’s been poured into the best stemware available, you’re in luck.
A plate of razor-thin sliced yellowtail hamachi comes out of the kitchen arranged on a plate in a symmetrical pattern. In the center lies a small bunch of mizuna, pickled vegetables and yuzu truffle dressing, the perfect accompaniments to the sashimi. What soon follows are more tantalizing bites. Paired with a beautiful oceanfront setting behind, pick up a pair of chopsticks, and dig in.
Sweet fumes of fresh dough being cooked in a red oven waft through the air in a new Italian hotspot. It’s as authentic of a smell as you can get, considering the oven used to cook that artisan pizza came straight from Naples, Italy. But more on that later. Baciami (Italian for “kiss me”)—Boynton Beach’s Italian gem—promises a culinary experience rooted in family tradition.
Menus that stay the same get boring. Sure, it’s easy to nail down a restaurant favorite—the pasta dish with that special red sauce or the way chef prepares the sea bass—but in the end, a menu that changes with bold flavor keeps things fresh and fun. Taste the seasons through a beautiful sampling of options at Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar in Delray Beach. It’s the spot where your favorite dish gets an updated spin come each new season.
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
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