Tuesday, December 7, 2021





Results for Dining Guide
Showing 41 - 60 of 107
  • 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

  • You’re likely to wait a few hours for the privilege of getting a taste of old Florida (not to mention the best stone crabs on the planet). But it’s worth it. Fried oysters, lyonnaise potatoes, creamed spinach and Key lime pie are other specialties.

  • 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

  • Japanese. Lots of small plates for sharing means you’re bound to win at the table

  • Modern American. You should come for both the sunset and the food. This oceanfront restaurant

  • This eclectic menu has French, Moroccan and Indian influences. Michelin-trained chef/owner Andy Trousdale prepares everything to order. We love beef Wellington (for two) and the yummy napoleon.

  • 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.

  • Casually hip ambience, friendly service, moderate prices and a blend of sushi and nouveau pan-Asian fare make this a popular destination. The quality of its seafood and care in its preparation are what gives Lemongrass its edge.

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

  • Italian. This jumping joint serves terrific Neapolitan pizza (thin crust), but don’t miss the other entrées.

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

  • American. This location is something of a Bermuda Triangle for restaurants, with at least four restaurants

  • 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

  • Matteo’s brand of hearty Italian and Italian-American food, served in giant “family style” portions, needs no reinventing. Though there is no shortage of local restaurants cooking in that genre, it’s the details of preparation and service

  • Steakhouse. "Meat Market" may be an inelegant name for a very elegant and inventive steakhouse, but

  • Floridian cuisine. Try the great, giant harissa lamb/sheep’s feta meatballs, and the Maestro Del Mar, a Florida