Thursday, May 6, 2021

Home Dress Semi-formal

Semi-formal

499 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton
561/393-6715
This local mainstay does Italian classics and its own lengthy list of ambitious specials with unusual skill and aplomb. The cozy dining room is a welcome respite from the outside world, and service is at a level not always seen in local
5101 Congress Ave.
Boca Raton
561/912-9800
Dishes range from tasty chicken dishes and main-plate salads to seafood options like pistachio-crusted snapper or simply grilled yellowfin tuna.
6000 West Glades Road
Boca Raton
561/368-1077
This is one of more than three dozen restaurants in a national chain, but the Boca Grille treats you like a regular at your neighborhood restaurant. Steaks, dry-aged if not Prime, are flavorful and cooked with precision, while starters from
9858 Clint Moore Road #C112
West Boca
561/883-6088
Dark wood, rice paper and tiles fill the space. An appetizer portion of Age Natsu, fried eggplant, is a consummate Japanese delicacy. Don’t miss the ITET roll with shrimp tempura and avocado, topped with spicy mayo, tempura flakes and eel sauce.
Tanzy's tuna crudo
301 Plaza Real
Boca Raton
561/922-6699301 Plaza Real
Boca Raton
561/922-6699
Part of the swanky iPic Theater complex (though it does not service the theater), this handsome spot relies on quality ingredients and careful preparation instead of culinary special effects and car chases. The Parma Bar, a sort of sushi bar for
1700 S. Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach
561/855- 2660
Take a quarter-cup of Palm Beach, a tablespoon of Nantucket, a pinch of modern American cookery and a couple gallons of the owners’ savoir faire, and you have Eddie Schmidt’s and Ozzie Medeiros’s spot. The menu roams the culinary globe
1 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach
305/673-2800
Cruise ships pass by large picture windows, while a stream of waiters carry thick, juicy, dry-aged steak—filet mignon, prime rib, N.Y. sirloin and rib-eye. Creamed spinach and onion rings are textbook sides.
7601 Miami Lakes Drive
Miami Lakes
305/820-8102
The coach with the most wins in National Football League history has a very straightforward game plan when it comes to food—large steaks and tasty sides. Classic cuts include a 32-ounce prime rib served on the bone, a 24- or 48-ounce
225 N.E. Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton
561/392-6746
This is a refreshing departure from the ambience common to many steak houses; the room is comfortable, and conversation is possible. Naturally, we come here for the steak (they are sublime), but the lobster and fish are great.
110 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
561/865-5845
Prime is aptly named for its heart of the action location, classy neo-supper club decor, extensive wine list and roster of designer steaks. Starters and desserts fare better than entrées, especially plump, crabby Maryland-style crab cakes
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