Sunday, November 28, 2021

7 Hometown Dining Faves

Yesterday, we shared our culinary road trip through the state of Florida, featuring some of our favorite restaurants in the Sunshine State. That piece was printed in the January issue of Boca magazine, and we weren’t quite able to squeeze in this sidebar featuring seven great local restaurants. We could never forget about Boca Raton’s great dining options, so here are seven of our hometown favorites.

Arturo’s: 6750 N. Federal Highway, 561/997-7373. This longstanding Boca restaurant is revered for its quiet reserve, its wine cellar and its delectable Italian, including the antipasti cart.

Casa D’Angelo: 171 E. Palmetto Park Road, 561/996-1234. Angelo Elia’s impeccable Italian restaurant is a delight, from the stylish room to the suave service to the expansive wine list, not to mention food that’s by turn elegant and hearty.

Kathy’s Gazebo Café: 4199 N. Federal Highway, 561/395-6033.  This traditional French mainstay in Boca has offered fine French cuisine and elegant service for decades.

La Nouvelle Maison: 455 E. Palmetto Park Road, 561/338-3003. Fine wine, nuanced sauces, elegantly and expertly prepared dishes have made Nouvelle a standout in the Southeast.

Max’s Grille: 404 Plaza Real, 561/368-0080. This modern American bistro was a pioneer in Boca’s food movement and still delivers contemporary classics.

Rebel House: 297 E. Palmetto Park Road, 561/353-5888. This quirky bistro offers American comfort food with a twist—and has well-known chef Eric Baker at the wheel now.

Trattoria Romana: 499 E. Palmetto Park Road, 561/393-6715. This local mainstay does Italian classics and its own lengthy list of ambitious specials with unusual skill and aplomb.

Marie Speed
Marie Speed is group editor of all JES publications, including Boca Raton, Delray Beach, Worth Avenue, Mizner’s Dream and the annual publication for the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce. She also oversees editorial operations of the company’s Salt Lake City magazines. Her community involvement has ranged from work with the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce to a longtime board member position at Caridad Center. She is also on the George Snow Scholarship Fund review committee. She is a past officer of the Florida Magazine Association and a member of Class XVII of Leadership Florida. In her spare time, Marie enjoys South Florida’s natural world through hiking and kayaking, and she is an avid reader and an enthusiastic cook.

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