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 40 participating restaurants.
1. Brulé Bistro
Chef Suzanne Perrotto of Brulé Bistro brings an authentic and imaginative flair to Delray’s dining scene. Bistro’s menu reflects Perrotto’s classic culinary training and love for homestyle cooking. The second-generation chef presents an out-of-the-box menu that upholds the quality of tradition. Think seasonal ingredients, Italian roots, and a modern ambiance.
Dine Out Deal: Brulé Bistro is offering guests a three-course dinner for $44 per person. Click here to see its restaurant week menu.
2. The Grove
Small and chic, The Grove is a soulful addition to Delray’s Avenue. The eatery’s biweekly rotating menu features refined renditions of southern staples. Bar goers will find menu offerings including seafood, house-made charcuterie, and an extensive wine list. Your search for a contemporary, cool, post-work wine den ends here – don’t forget to bring your appetite.
Dine Out Deal: The Grove’s restaurant week menu offers guests three-courses for $40. Click here to see the menu.
This funk-tastic resto is as charming as it is delicious. Housed in Delray’s 95-year-old Tarrimore House, Dada dishes out American cuisine in an ambiance you have to see to believe. With design elements including insect murals, lantern lighting, and the front yard’s massive banyan tree, what’s not to love? You’ll find yourself enveloped in a Tim Burton-like ambiance, craving staples like Dada Dates, and mulling over mojito options.
Dine Out Deal: Dada’s three-course prix fixe menu is $40 per person. Click here to see its restaurant week menu.
4. The Office
Burgers and beer are never in short supply at The Office. Located directly off of Delray’s Atlantic Avenue this modern gastropub is the perfect place to decompress. Bookshelf walls and retro accents help to make up the restaurant’s eclectic atmosphere. The contrast continues with bar and dining availability both indoors and outdoors. Despite the dual nature of the scenery, culinary excellence is consistent. Don’t fret if you find yourself caught between menu options like the CEO Burger or the Angry Cauliflower; at this office, it’s impossible to make a wrong move.
Dine Out Deal: The Office is offering a three-course menu (complete with a bottle of house wine!) for $35. Click here to see the restaurant week specials.