Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Restaurants

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
5530 Glades Road
Boca Raton
561/393-0344
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.
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.
187 N.E. Second Ave., Delray Beach
561/266-3750
Chef-partner Michael Haycook and chef Meghan O’Neal change their menu biw eekly, turning out dishes exhilarating in their freshness, creativity and elegant simplicity. An appetizer of octopus with sundried tomato tapenade is merely
201 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach
561/276-3600
Your office is nothing like this eclectic gastropub, unless your office sports more than two dozen craft beers on tap and a menu that flits from burgers and fries to mussels. Don’t miss the restaurant’s winning take on the thick, juicy Prime beef
9650 E. Bay Harbor Drive
Bal Harbour
305/868-7256
The Palm’s signature caricatures add a touch of comedy to the classic gentlemen’s-club scene. The portions are giant, but you’ll surely clear your plate of 3- to 7-pound jumbo Nova Scotia lobster or a tender filet mignon.
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...
233 West Lantana Road, Lantana
561/547-9487
If you’re hungry for Maine lobster, plucked live out of giant tanks and cooked to order, this modest replica of a 1920s train station is the place to go. Lobsters come in all sizes (up to 8 pounds) and are so reasonably priced that getting a
8794 Boynton Beach Blvd., Boynton Beach
561/200-0222
Modern European/American. A comfortable supper club vibe with better-than-normal food. Live entertainment supplements large portions with dishes such as braised wild boar pappardelle, grilled salmon, arancini. Happy Hour portions are large, too; desserts are decadent. Worth a trip to West Boynton Beach.
17624 Collins Ave.
Sunny Isles
305/936-1008
This stylish spot offers great twists on classic and not-so-classic Italian fare. Favorites include thin-crust pizzas from a wood-burning oven and crispy oysters with pancetta and white beans. A tasting menu is available (wine extra),
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