Deli-Inspired venue, Rappy’s, Opens Tuesday


Add a “delica-restaurant-tessen” to the list of Burt Rapoport’s restaurants, with Rappy opening in Boca Raton on Dec. 6. Part of the Park Place plaza, at 5560 N. Military Trail (between Clint Moore and Yamato), this deli-inspired venue will be open for lunch and dinner. Brunch and breakfast service will start later on Dec. 10 and Dec. 12, respectively.

Look for house-made corned beef hash and eggs, matzo brei, chicken noodle soup, caviar pie, house-smoked pastrami, quarter-pound Wagyu hot dogs, stuffed cabbage (after 4 p.m.) and more. There’s a full indoor/outdoor bar area with happy hour Monday-Friday from 2:30-5:30 p.m. That has to be one of the earlier happy hours around.

Rappy’s, named for Burt’s father, will seat 160, so it’s a big restaurant (rendering pictured). The Rapoport Restaurant Group also owns Henry’s, Deck 84 and Burt & Max’s; Rapoport is also a partner in Max’s Grille in Mizner Park. The group is no longer affiliated with Apeiro Kitchen & Bar.

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