Burt & Max’s (9089 W. Atlantic Ave., 561/638-6380), Burt Rapoport and Dennis Max’s first new restaurant collaboration in decades, opened last week in the giant Delray Marketplace at West Atlantic Avenue and Lyons Road.
The menu isn’t posted on the restaurant’s website or Facebook page yet, but I happen to have a copy here, so if you’re wondering what there is to eat at B&M’s, well, wonder no longer.
Particularly notable on the lunch menu is the “10 for 10” section, 10 dishes for $10 including soft drink, iced tea or coffee. Among the selections: crispy calamari salad, six-inch margherita pizza and salad, roasted mushroom omelet and pair of fish tacos. There also several small plates, from jumbo shrimp lettuce wraps to wood-roasted chicken wings, as well as pizzas from the wood-burning oven, composed salads, burgers and sammies.
The dinner menu reprises the small plates, burgers and pizzas, and adds entrée-sized dishes like cedar plank-roasted salmon, Southern fried chicken and waffles, braised beef short ribs and, brought over from Max’s Grille, the bacon-wrapped meatloaf. Small plates range in price from $4 to $16 and large plates from $14 to $39 (for a 28-day, dry-aged New York strip).
But wait, there’s brunch too. Again, the small plates, pizzas and burgers make an appearance, joined by brunchy type fare like eggs Benedict, “fully loaded” Belgian waffle and smoked salmon platter. And check out the build-your-own Blood Mary bar.