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2409 N. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach
561/514-4070
Modern American. A cornerstone in the Northwood neighborhood, this venue draws because of a complete package: food, drinks and great nightlife music. Take some char-grilled oysters, add shrimp pesto capellini or a marinated pork chop with polenta, plus local singing fave Tessie Porter and you have a fun and delicious...
500 Via De Palmas, Boca Raton
561/288-5800
Indian. Six different kinds of naan bread let you know this isn’t your usual Indian menu, and the naan itself is a light bite of heaven. House-roasted and ground spices help make the seafood, chicken, lamb and vegetarian dishes memorable. Try the Angarey tandoori chicken and the side dish...
Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, 1 Seminole Way
Hollywood
954/327-7625
Japanese. Lots of small plates for sharing means you’re bound to win at the table during dinner. Try the tuna crispy rice and the shrimp tempura. The chicken amadare entrée will pay you back with big flavor. Then end with Japanese doughnuts and three dipping sauces, because what’s not...
6000 Glades Road, Boca Town Center Mall
561/419-8105
Eco-chic health food. This chain was co-founded by Dr. Andrew Weil, the health food guru, so dishes here reflect the “anti-inflammatory” diet he prescribes. You’ll find some delicious here. The menu is seasonal and changes regularly, so if the terrific edamame dumplings, grab them. Same for the burger, herb hummus...
32 SE Second Ave., Delray Beach
561/274-7258
Modern American. All the pieces needed to create a top-notch restaurant are here: talented chef, great food, excellent service. From the pea risotto to the crab cake to the signature steaks and a lot more, this is a venue worth the money. Thanks goes to Executive Chef Paul Niedermann, who...
39 SE First Ave., Boca Raton
561/218-4636
Italian. The Rat Pack is alive and well here in both décor and soundtrack. So, too, are traditional Italian dishes such as Dentice oreganata, capellini Pomodoro and tiramisu. But you may want to get there early for one of the longest happy hours around (11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. weekdays)...
147 S.E. First Ave. Boca Raton
561/417-5100
American. True is the only place in South Florida to eat authentic Baltimore crab cakes. This small, unpretentious venue reminds us of a Key West food shack. The food is fabulous. Try anything with crab (crab dip, crab soup, crab sliders), but don’t miss the bacon-wrapped dates, beef brisket...
100 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton
561/336-6699
Italian. This jumping joint serves terrific Neapolitan pizza (thin crust), but don’t miss the other entrées. Start with a charcuterie/cheese plate and grab the amazing breadsticks. All breads and pastas are made on the premises. Other faves include the carbonara and the calamari, and save room for house-made gelato. Unusual...
1901 S Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach
561/404-1334
Italian. "Grato" is Italian for "grateful," and there is much to be grateful for about Clay Conley's sophisticated yet unpretentious take on Italian cookery. Anyone would be grateful to find such delicate, crispy and greaseless fritto misto as Grato's, ditto for lusty beef tartare piled onto a quartet of crostini....
the regional
651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach
561/557-6460
Southern with Mediterranean twist. Across from the PBC Convention Center and next to Kravis Center for the Performing Arts means it’s a shoe-in for an excellent pre-theater meal. Or a post-theater drink and nosh. Executive Chef/Co-Owner Lindsay Autry’s version of pimento cheese (prepared tableside), fried chicken, pickled shrimp and...
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