Delray Beach is a beautiful city filled with many amazing restaurants!
Tryst is a popular restaurant in Delray Beach that exhibits a neighborhood pub feeling mixed with European culture. Ingredients are taken from the best organic farmers, ensuring a fresh and quality experience. Customers love the micro brewed beer list and over 30 wines by the glass are offered. Tryst offers both indoor and outdoor seating, depending on your preference, and there is also a large bar for both drinking and full dining. Patrons rave about the fish tacos and truffle fries, as well as the scrumptious spicy pad Thai.
Bamboo Fire Café
Bamboo Fire Café is a small and quaint little restaurant in Delray Beach that is nonetheless a local favorite. Serving mostly Jamaican food, Bamboo Fire Café is family owned and operated. Favorite menu items are meatballs, fried okra, fried eggplant slices, stuffed mussels, egg and duck bacon, and jerk chicken. Bamboo is tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Delray, making it private and exclusive. Both indoor and outdoor seating is available.
Dada restaurant, located at 52 North Swinton Avenue in downtown Delray Beach, opened in 2000 and is an eclectic establishment featuring different themes within each room, showcasing the art of local independent artists. Not only do patrons have the option to dine inside, but there are also outdoor options with a dining area and garden available. Live entertainment is also available, including open mic, poetry, art and fashion shows, comedy, singer-songwriters, and live bands. Customers rave about such dishes as butternut squash ravioli, short ribs, seven layer grilled cheese and crab cake.
Max’s Harvest is a highly rated restaurant in Delray Beach, featuring meat from animals that were raised steroid- and growth hormone-free. This enables only the freshest and richest food tasting experience. Here, chefs have created relationships with vegetables farmers throughout the state and even a cattle rancher who raises a type of cow from Japan. Favorite dishes are the goat cheese croquettes, heritage meatballs, Chicken and Waffles, and Deviled Heritage Hen Farm Eggs.
Opened in 1996 in Delray Beach’s Historic Neighborhood, 32 East is a fun restaurant featuring world-class chef Nick Morfogen, who was named one of the top chefs of America by Food & Wine Magazine. Chef Morfogen changes his menu items based on the freshness and availability of ingredients from all around the US, which makes the daily dining experience new, fresh, and exciting. The wine list is award-winning, and a staple for many. Favorites include the grouper, mahi, and New York Strip.