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

  • This casual, unpretentious restaurant from Burt Rapoport in the west part of town never fails to delight diners. Expect attentive service and crisp execution of everything—from meat loaf, burgers and fried chicken to flatbreads and

  • 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

  • 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,

  • Fries to Caviar

    Going one better than soup to nuts defines Jimmy Mills' Boca restaurant, an easygoing, affordable

  • 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

  • Josie's Ristorante

    Famed chef and South Florida culinary godfather Mark Militello has been working his mouthwatering magic

  • This wickedly stylish Asian-inspired gastropub delivers a delicious and inventive punch to the taste buds. Among the hardest hitters are green tea-cured salmon with micro and fried basil and longan berries stuffed with yuzu kosho gelee

  • Mediterranean. Popular venue since 2001, with Greek, Italian dishes and more. Highlights are seafood paella, roasted

  • Don’t overlook this small, unassuming bastion of traditional French cookery. That would be a mistake, because the dishes that virtually scream “creativity” can’t compare to the quiet pleasures served here—like cool, soothing vichyssoise

  • Flowing drapes and industrial lighting complete the exotic decor in this Middle Eastern hit. Sensational hummus is a must-try. Lamb kebab with parsley, onion and spices makes up the delicious Lebanese lamb kefta.

  • The restaurant offers excellent food in a glamorous and intimate club-like atmosphere. In fact, it’s advisable to make early reservations if a quiet dinner is the objective; the place becomes a late-night cocktail spot after 9. The menu is equally decadent.

  • Seafood. Sister restaurant to Ouzo Bay, also in Mizner Park, the menu includes fried oysters,

  • Seafood. A renovated 1920s bungalow houses this shipshape restaurant, in addition to two large, outdoor

  • It’s the neighborhood spot where families congregate for great food and a good time. Do as the Italians do and order family-style, sit back and watch the endless amounts of gorgeous foods grace your table. In this manner, you receive two

  • You’re in for a treat if the pasta of the day is prepared with what might be the best Bolognese sauce ever. Another top choice is the chicken breast, pounded thin and filled with fontina and prosciutto.