Ten Best Gastropubs in Broward and Palm Beach Counties
Atlantic Ave. in Delray Beach can be a tough nut to swallow. On the one hand, it's great to have so many restaurant options in one central location, but on the other, there can sometimes be a quality problem. Not so at Tryst, which acts as a craft beer and wine (lots of delicious wine) tentpole among the downtowners. Flatbreads come bigger and tastier than you expect them, but it's the Spicy Vegan Pad Thai that takes you in. Shiitake mushrooms, snow peas, carrots, scallions, peanuts, and chile sauce all come together for a harmonious take on Thai food in a public house atmosphere. Want something more traditional? The Tryst Burger is packed with USDA Prime beef, but a sampling of the assorted meat Charcuterie board with a glass of Argentinian Malbec is divine.
3. Tap 42
Host to some of the most expansive and sometimes most limited-release-heavy tap takeovers, Tap 42 in south Fort Lauderdale makes a name for itself with its massive beer selection as well as its famous $5 Prohibition Burger deal on Mondays. The gastropub life is all about making pub grub interesting, which is why appetizers like crispy Asian fried calamari, drizzled with sesame-ginger aioli are a must-have. Seal the deal with a beer cocktail, mixed by some of the best bartenders in Broward.
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