The Grind Cafe, located at the Delray Marketplace on Atlantic Avenue, is set to expand its daily offerings with a new, full service breakfast menu, beginning on October 15th.
Healthier options are not always available these days. If you’re on a particular diet or are just watching the calories, most restaurants won’t cater to your every need. That’s where Fit Foodz Cafe is stepping up their game and offering a tasty outlet for this segment of the dining population that is looking to skip the fast food outlets.
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.
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.
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.