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5530 Glades Road
Boca Raton
Oh, the choices! The chain even has a Sunday brunch menu in addition to its main menu, which includes Chinese chicken salad and Cajun jambalaya. Don’t forget about the cheesecakes—from white chocolate and raspberry truffle offerings.
6000 West Glades Road
Boca Raton
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
9169 W. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
The pleasures of simple, hearty, well-prepared Italian-American cuisine are front and center at Wendy Rosano's latest venture. Among the pleasure you should enjoy are delicate, pillow-y veal meatballs in Marsala sauce; lusty chicken
270 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
Bring all your friends here and order a million mezes (Greek appetizers). Try the keftedes, Greek meatballs, and the lamb chops or snapper, which is filleted at the table. Don’t be surprised when your waiter pulls you up on the table to dance.
Tanzy's tuna crudo
301 Plaza Real
Boca Raton
561/922-6699301 Plaza Real
Boca Raton
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
2300 N.W. Executive Center Drive, Boca Raton
The food—seasonal ingredients, simply and healthfully prepared, accompanied by interesting wines—is first-rate, from salmon roasted on a cedar plank to desserts served in oversized shot glasses.
225 N.E. Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton
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.
87 Via Mizner
Palm Beach
This most romantic hideaway is buzzing in season and quietly charming all year long with Italian classics and a Floridian twist—like the sautéed black grouper in a fresh tomato and pernod broth with fennel and black olives and the
5 S.E. Second Ave., Delray Beach
Gary Rack, who also has scored with his spot in Mizner Park, certainly seems to have the restaurant Midas touch, as evidenced by this updated throwback to classic fish houses. Design, ambience and service hit all the right notes.
110 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
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