Delray Beach's Best Restaurants Offer Beachside Bites



From $6 macarons to $30 entrees, Delray Beach runs the gamut from easy-breezy treats to large-portioned eats.  Dine with an ocean view at 50 Ocean or feel like you're enjoying an aperitif underwater at Atlantic Grille's Jellies Bar.  With plenty of options to choose from in this beach paradise, you're sure to find something that floats your boat.




Built and named for Delray Beach's first mayor, this gracious home plays host to guests eager to enjoy the inn's beautiful gardens and partake of its luscious cuisine. Mixing the traditions of Europe and the Caribbean, the menu boasts such fare...  Read More




A restaurant to see and be seen, the sumptuous crowd at Atlantic Grille is always decked out as they enjoy the delicious cuisine on offer. Both the sea fare and land fare are something to write home about--and with prices to match. This...  Read More


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A warm, inviting ambience beckons diners to this contemporary bistro, which bathes patrons in the same muted light that gleams on polished wood surfaces. An exhibition kitchen gives hints of the incredible fare it produces. New American in name,...  Read More


Le Macaron French Pastries
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Stop into Le Macaron for a sweet taste of Paris. This small shop will satisfy everyone's sweet tooth. The crunchy macarons (a box of 6 runs $12.60) come in a rainbow of colors and flavors, from bright green mint white chocolate, to hot pink...  Read More


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Steps from the sea at the end of Atlantic Avenue, 50 Ocean is the deluxe dining experience with incredible views. The wide expanse of window lets you enjoy the sun, sand, surf or a glowing sunset in a sophisticated setting upstairs from the...  Read More


Caffé Martier
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The lore of the French café is alive and well on Atlantic Avenue. Caffé Martier shares two storefronts, one dedicated to the art of cuisine, and one dedicated to the art of fashion. Stop in and shop the upscale clothing boutique which features...  Read More


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Cabana
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Look for the bright red conga drums on Atlantic Avenue and you'll know you've found eatery Cabana. No need to drive to the 305 to get a taste of "Latin fusion" cuisine and cocktails. Meet a group of friends and party in their private room or...  Read More


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Mussel Beach
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Newly opened on Atlantic Avenue's restaurant row is Mussel Beach. Under the crisp navy blue awning, take a seat at the bar and order one of seven hand-muddled martinis such as the Sea Cucumber. If it's Happy Hour, savor $6.00 appetizers like...  Read More




Cut 432 is a sophisticated study in black and white. Settle in a white leather booth, and let the glow of the crystal chandeliers make you look good. This chic, modern steakhouse has a hopping bar scene and a seven day a week Happy Hour. The...  Read More


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Max's Harvest
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Just off the frantic pace of Atlantic Avenue down a side street in the quiet Pineapple Grove section, you'll find Max's Harvest. Their motto is Farm to Fork, and their relationships with earth-friendly purveyors plays out in the menu which...  Read More


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Meet Ruta Fox

Ruta grew up in Los Angeles, lived in Dallas, Chicago and New York City, now living in Greenville, SC.  A former magazine editor, current fashionista, and writer about beauty, personalities,...  More About Ruta

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