Thursday, September 28, 2023




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  • Dada

    Contemporary American. The same provocative, whimsical creativity that spawned Dada the art movement infuses Dada

  • Dorsia

    Continental. The simple pleasures of the table—good food, personable service, comfortable ambiance—are what this modestly

  • Modern American. Take food combos that sound unusual (popcorn sauce, avocado chocolate ice cream) but that

  • Mediterranean. The menu, a collection of Mediterranean fusion dishes with a variety of daily specials,

  • Mexican. This sexy, bustling downtown spot is from the trio behind nearby Cut 432 and

  • Elisabettas shrimp entree

    Italian. An ornate Italian spot, with classically prepared dishes including spiedini shrimp, burrata de prosciutto

  • Farmer's Table

    American. Fresh, natural, sustainable, organic and local is the mantra at this both tasty and

  • Classic French. It’s France in a tiny venue, with big-taste dishes that include all the

  • Fries to Caviar

    Contemporary American. Going one better than soup to nuts defines Jimmy Mills' Boca restaurant, an

  • A farm-to-table restaurant focusing on good-and-good-for-you cooking. The menu, from Rack’s exec chef Matthew Danaher, features seasonal ingredients prepared with minimal butter, cream and fats, yet flavorful enough to keep

  • Italian. "Grato" is Italian for "grateful," and there is much to be grateful for about Clay

  • American. You don't have to worry about calories (most dishes are under 500), you don't

  • Cuban. This is an icon in this neighborhood, with a vibe that is historic hacienda,

  • Beneath the staid, elegant setting of The Breakers, HMF is the Clark Kent of restaurants, dishing an extensive array of exciting, inventive, oh-so contemporary small plates. Don’t depart without sampling the dreamy warm

  • Italian. If you want Northern Italian in a low-key atmosphere, and nobody rushing you out

  • buccan

    Clay Conley’s “little sister” (the translation of Imoto from Japanese) is next to his always-bustling Buccan. Imoto turns out Japanese-inspired small plates with big-city sophistication, like witty Peking duck tacos and decadent tuna and foie

  • This local favorite on the Avenue—owned by John Hutchinson (also the chef) and wife Tina—serves up everything from burgers and wraps to entrées like fruits of the sea, pistachio-crusted snapper and jerked pork.

  • American Contemporary. This small gem off noisy Atlantic Avenue is big on taste and ambience,

  • Tradition trumps trendy, and comfort outweighs chic at this Boca favorite. The ambience is quiet and stately but not stuffy, and the menu is full of hearty dishes to soothe the savage appetite, like three-cheese eggplant rollatini and chicken scarpariello.

  • Mediterranean-American. Joseph’s is an elegant, comfortable, intimate nook in Delray’s Pineapple Grove, and an ideal