Ten Best Restaurants in Delray Beach
If Delray Beach was a high school, Dada would be the crazy -- yet, oh, so fashionable -- art student. Run by South Florida restauranteurs Rodney Mayo and Scott Frielich, the converted old house mixes old Florida elements with Subculture group eccentricity. Aside from the infamous mojito selection ranging from basic to watermelon to whatever you can think of, the menu consists of a combination of New American and global eclectic fare. Dishes like the pork belly waffle dog, Shake-N-Bake pork chop, and habanero maple glazed salmon follow the delectable (and slightly peculiar) premise.
7. Cut 432
Steakhouses are known for being stodgy, stuffy, and full of cigar smoke -- okay, not anymore -- but this place is the opposite. Owned by Brandon Belluscio and Brian Albe, Cut 432 is the sleek alternative to the staid steakhouses of yesteryear. Like most new steakhouses and trendy farm-to-table spots, the menu prominently displays the farmers who provide their products. Peruvian ceviche, hamachi sashimi, and tuna tartare bring the traditional raw bar options up the the 21 century. The spot is a fresh and chic take on the classic meat-centric restaurant.
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