5 of Our Favorite Dining Deals from Delray Restaurant Week 2018

Dine Out Downtown Delray has returned! From August 1 to 7 explore the city’s culinary scene with unique offers and savings. Here, we highlight a few of our favorites from the more than 30 participating restaurants.

1. Ramen Lab Eatery

Pineapple Grove’s newest noodle haven has this dish down to a science. Ramen Lab Eatery offers guests a chance to experience authentic Asian flavor in freshly crafted bowls. With menu items including tuna or salmon poke, the Morikami salad, vegan ramen, and miso ramen, there’s a dish—or bowl—to suit everyone’s tastes. Think rich broths, homemade noodles, and fresh toppings. Pair your bowl with a craft brew (served in a beaker) or a bubble tea from the boba and dessert bar.

The Vibe: Industrial, fastcasual, warehouse

Where to Find Them: 25 NE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (561-865-5061)

Restaurant Week Offerings: Multicourse prix-fixe lunch and dinner (click here to view the menus). The eatery will also present a soba noodle–making class (date TBD).

2. Deck 84

If you’re still searching for the perfect outdoor dining spot, look no farther. Deck 84 has mastered alfresco dining with dock access and impeccable views of the Intracoastal. The recipient of multiple awards, including Open Table’s 100 Top Al Fresco Restaurants, Deck 84 is a regular host of live music and serves up seaside favorites. Go-to menu items include Baja shrimp tacos, jumbo lump crab cakes, and the “Boxcar Betty” fried chicken.

The Vibe: Casual, waterfront, seafood

Where to Find Them: 840 East Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (561-665-8484)

Restaurant Week Offerings: Three-course prix-fixe dinner menu (click here to view the menu)

3. Death or Glory

Sophisticated, laid-back, and undoubtedly cool, Death or Glory is a must-visit spot on Delray Beach’s culinary scene. Housed in the historic, circa-1925 Falcon House, the eatery offers a culinary experience as unique as its architecture. Diners will enjoy innovative and classic takes on expertly crafted cocktails and American dishes. Get comfortable under the canopies of the outside bar or sip and dine leisurely in the living room–like setting indoors.

The Vibe: Eclectic, cocktail bar, late night

Where to Find Them: 1116 NE 6th Ave., Delray Beach (561-808-8814)

Restaurant Week Offerings: Three-course prix-fixe dinner menu (click here to view the menu). On August 1 at 5:30 p.m., Death or Glory will host a class on how to make refreshing summer cocktails. Space is limited, call ahead for reservations.

4. Dada

Voted “Best Date Night Spot” in PBI and CBS12’s Diner’s Choice Awards, Dada is a Palm Beach County staple. Owned by the Sub-Culture group, this restaurant is housed in Delray’s 94-year-old Tarrimore House and incorporates distinguishing design elements like the front yard’s massive banyan tree, insect murals, and hanging lanterns. With no shortage of charm, 14 different types of mojitos, and selections like watermelon steak salad—what’s not to love?

The Vibe: Funky, sit-down dining, dinner/late night

Where to Find Them: 52 N Swinton Ave., Delray Beach (561-330-3232)

Restaurant Week Offerings: Three-course prix-fixe dinner menu (click here to view the menu)

5. JuiceBuzz

Give your immune system a boost with a trip to Delray’s health-conscious café, JuiceBuzz. Co-owners—and sisters—Jacqueline and Jessica Pfeffer believe healthy eating is an essential aspect of a happy life. Menu items focus on nourishing, replenishing, and satisfying creations. The sisters have recently expanded their business with a neighboring storefront, Buzz Juicery & MRKT. The new boutique market sells to-go organic produce, supplements, and superfoods. JuiceBuzz and Buzz Juicery & MRKT utilize 100-percent organic and locally sourced ingredients.

The Vibe: Earthy, café, laid-back

Where to Find Them: 6 NE 5th Ave., Delray Beach (561-278-6122)

Restaurant Week Offerings: BOGO smoothies and acai bowls (click here for details)


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