Ten Restaurants You Need to Visit in Northwood Village
Sunset Bar & Grill
Just around the corner from Supe's, this trendy little 1920s red stucco art deco establishment has been serving lunch, dinner, and a full bar for more than five years. Chef Terry Marince and Matt Reber are the food pioneers behind the restaurant's gourmet-style "grill and bistro" menu that features steak, fish, pork, and plenty of vegetarian options. One of these veggie options just so happens to be a house specialty: the vegetable lasagna -- one that doesn't make you yearn for beef. For lunch, Sunset Grill has a half dozen selections of half-sandwich and soup options -- or a pasta du jour. And when the sun goes down and the mood is right, it's also the place to hang out in Northwood for after-dinner drinks. Low lighting and an intimate setting pair well with local artist Deborah Kerly's work, on permanent display across the walls, making for an eclectic, funky atmosphere. Stop by for the sunset dinner special served Tuesday through Friday from 5 to 6:30 p.m. For $15.95, you'll get three courses including a soup or salad and dessert of the day. Enjoy live jazz on Saturday night, and take a seat on the outdoor patio with a view of another sunset.
Agora Mediterranean Kitchen
Agora Agora offers indoor and outdoor seating.
With all the variety in Northwood, it just wouldn't be complete without this little Greek taverna. Order in and take a seat in the elegant dining room, or take out from the walk-up counter and deli case after perusing the small selection of Greek market items. The restaurant has a cozy chic ambiance, with indoor and outdoor seating. If you choose to stay awhile, a glass of Turkish wine pairs perfectly with any of the hot and cold mezes, soups, and salads or fresh-off-the-grill entrées. Vegetables dominate the cold meze, with sautéed artichoke, stuffed grape leaves, roasted and whipped eggplant and leeks, to name a few. Small hot plates aren't your average offerings, either: zucchini croquettes, fried calves' liver and a pastry filled with Turkish-style pastrami, cheese, and peppers. For dinner, the house specialty is "Adana," Agora's own hand-ground lamb, made daily and marinated in 17 herbs and spices.
400-500 blocks of Northwood Road, West Palm Beach, FL