Even though Paddy McGee’s shut its doors not too long ago, signs of life are emerging from this E. Atlantic Avenue spot. We’re spotting a new sign up on the exterior; Luigi’s Coal Oven Pizza.
According to the local NBC affiliate, Shinju Japanese Buffet is one of two restaurants that are linked to four recent cases of food poisoning. Specifically, the issue was shown to have been from bacteria attached to raw oysters.
Village Tavern in Boynton Beach is a well known restaurant and bar located on Congress and is very popular with the locals. The clientele skews a little older (at least on our visit), so unlike some other spots on a Saturday night, our experience here at Village Tavern was calm, cool and collect.
Meatball Room is under construction and already up on Open Table as a general listing, but there is no expected date of open just yet.
A wet night couldn’t keep us away from a night out on the town in Delray Beach to sample Racks Fish House and Oyster Bar. Thankfully, the outdoor sidewalk seating was covered and even a pouring rain didn’t interrupt the long meal.
Nothing can be better on a nice day outside than to eat al fresco, with open water as far as the eye can see. Such is the case at Old Key Lime House, a piece of history located in Lantana.
Of the three Shake Shacks in Florida, this Glades Road location, in Boca Raton, is the freshest – having just opened their doors in April of 2013. If you’re not familiar with the Shake Shack brand, what started as a food cart in NYC’s Madison Square Park in 2004 has mushroomed into an American fare juggernaut throughout the United States.
It’s the ongoing debate; who has better bagels – New York or Florida? We used to think that New York was the clear winner and until Brooklyn Water Bagels starting expanding and we had a taste, we think that the decision isn’t such an easy one any longer.
Burt & Max’s is the newest addition to the Rapoport Restaurant Group, headed up by longtime friends Burt Rapoport and Dennis Max. Long known for their hotspots throughout the South Florida market, Burt & Max’s is proving to be a welcome addition to the new Delray Marketetplace on Atlantic Avenue.