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  • Surrounded by views of the Intracoastal, this Old Florida-style restaurant features seafood and selections for land lovers. Entrées come with soup, salad, a sorbet course and fresh breads. We love the prime rib.

  • This quirky, individualistic, obscurely located little place is one of the most important restaurants in Delray. The menu changes frequently, but hope the evening's fair includes plump scallops with caramelized mango

  • Italian. Nothing on the menu of Angelo Elia's modern, small-plates-oriented osteria disappoints, but particularly notable are

  • Banko Cantina

    First, it draws you in with a complimentary salsa sampler of three salsas and a smooth serrano guacamole. Then, northern Mexican dishes like Carmarones con Tocino and tacos Al Carbon keep you there. Head to the rooftop bar for an Adelita cocktail to top it off.

  • This popular restaurant offers satisfying food and reasonable prices. Plus, there’s bubble tea. Opened in 2014, it has a wide range of Vietnamese favorites, such as cha gio tom heo, fried shrimp and pork Imperial rolls, all kinds of pho, noodle bowls, chicken curry and more.

  • Gastropub. Definitely try the homemade batches of cocktails on tap, which give this west Delray

  • Japanese small plates. The large sake, whisky and beer menu here pairs beautifully with the

  • This small, sophisticated restaurant continues to impress with competently presented food. The menu is surprisingly diverse, with everything from seafood chowder, burgers and pizza to cherry-glazed breast of duck.

  • This is one of the best spots around for waterside dining; the two-for-one lunch special makes it one of the most affordable. Choose from a raw bar, fish nearly every which way, as well as daily, seasonal fish specials.

  • Arrive early for a table at this Asian hot spot—it’s popular with no reservations for

  • Boca Landing

    The Waterstone Resort & Marina's signature restaurant, Boca Landing, offers the city's only waterside dining and shows off its prime location and views. The mostly small-plates menu features Asian-inflected tuna tartare, green curry mussels and fried calamari. Probably the best dish, though, is the thoroughly continental filet mignon with crab and béarnaise, with wickedly luscious house-made hazelnut gelato coming in a very close second. Dinner nightly.

  • Market-fresh seafood is the cornerstone – like Chilean sea bass prepared over a wood-burning grill and served with Rhea's topping (crabmeat, sautéed spinach and a signature lime, tomato and garlic sauce.) Dinner nightly.

  • Japanese-Thai. This is one of two Boon’s (the other is in Delray Beach), and it’s

  • brule bistro

    Contemporary bistro. The menu changes daily but some faves here include filet mignon carpaccio, seared tuna

  • Burt Rapoport and Dennis Max have struck gold with their first collaboration in years, bringing an accessible and affordable brand of contemporary comfort food to the underserved denizens of west Delray. A few dishes from Max's other

  • New American cuisine. Known for its reliable food as well as the non-gluten, Paleo and

  • Little Havana is alive and well in Delray Beach. The menu is a palette-pleasing travelogue. Mariquitas (fried banana chips) are a tasty way to start your meal. For dinner, seafood paella is a winner, with mussels, shrimp, conch, octopus,

  • Modern American. A cornerstone in the Northwood neighborhood, this venue draws because of a complete package:

  • Standouts include crispy calamari in marinara sauce, tender meatballs and sweet-buttery scampi with huge shrimp, followed by intensely flavorful veal osso buco. Our conclusion: explosive flavor, attention to all the details and

  • This favorite is always lively, and alfresco dining is the preferred mode. Entrée choices are enticing, but we went with the penne alla vodka with pancetta, tomato and basil. Also delicious was the costoletta di vitello, a center-cut