Thursday, November 30, 2023

Savor the Avenue Rescheduled to April 26

Due to concerns of inclement weather, this year’s edition of Savor the Avenue has been postponed until next Monday, April 26. We can’t wait to see you next week! In the meantime, see below for the list of participating restaurants.


Elisabetta’s: From pastas to pizzas, this is Delray’s Saturday night central. 561/560-6699;

Cabana El Ray: Our beloved (and hip) Cuban restaurant has all the moves—and great Latin cuisine. 561/274-9090;

Avalon: Delray’s new sumptuous seafood and chophouse is a crowd-pleaser. 561/593-2500;

Rocco’s Tacos: Tableside guac, Taco Tuesdays and an epic Avenue hangout make this a Delray fave. 561/808-1100;

Rose’s Daughter: Mom’s Sunday Italian dinner—with a fresh new spin—already has a loyal following. 561/271-9423;

RACKS Fish House + Oyster Bar: Clams, oysters, lobster rolls and a great outdoor bar define this hot spot. 561/450-6718;

Gary Rack’s Farmhouse Kitchen: Food this good can’t be this healthy—but it is. And everybody loves it. 561/266-3642;

City Oyster: The heart of the Avenue, with its long friendly bar and diverse menu, is a see-and-be-seen dining spot. 561/272-0220;

Vic And Angelo’s: This longtime Avenue staple is great Italian on the right side of the tracks. 561/278-9570;

Caffe Luna Rosa: This oceanside Italian bistro is a tradition for locals as well as tourists. 561/274-9404;

Lionfish: Delray’s buzzy new seafood restaurant has been a hit from day one. 561/639-8700;

Che!!!: You can’t beat the Intracoastal views—or the yummy empanadas—at this special Argentine restaurant. 561/562-5200;

Death Or Glory: This funky and festive bar has great food—and innovative small plates. 561/808-8814;

Lemongrass: This Asian restaurant is a tried-and-true Avenue benchmark, with a mean sake. 561/278-5050;

This year’s Sponsors include Menin Development, 4th & 5th Delray, Engel & Volkers Delray, Atlas Party Rentals and Luminous Trees.

Reservations reserved with a credit card depend on each restaurant’s policy.

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James Biagiotti
James Biagiotti
James Biagiotti is a native of Boca Raton, a marketing professional in South Florida, and the former Web Editor of Boca Raton magazine. He is an avid music fan who spends far too much time listening to, dissecting, and traveling to see his favorite bands. He is also, unfortunately, a devoted Miami Dolphins fan.

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