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.
Blink and you’ll miss this hole-in-the-wall burger joint that has been secretly (or not so secretly) delivering some of the best burgers in South Florida since 1974. Located within a former gas station, it will take some focused eyes to spot it on the side of the road as it’s hidden behind a wall of greenery.
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.