Food, Shopping, and Nightlife in Delray Beach
In Delray Beach, there’s no shortage of the best places to eat, shop, or spend your late nights in. Here are some of them.
- Dada. Set in a two-story home from the 1920s, this is part artshow, part restaurant. Dine under the stars in the outdoor garden. Enjoy great food and live music with the occasional poetry slams and fashion shows.
Call (561) 330-3232. Visit the website.
- 32 East. Critically acclaimed chef Nick Morfogen creates the finest New American-style dishes. Dine in style in a two-level setting with a choice of outdoor seats. A full service bar, award-winning wine selection, and attentive staff complete the experience.
Call (561) 276-7868 | Visit the website.
- La Cigale. Known for serving some of the best Mediterranean fare this side of the coast, La Cigaleoffers cuisine from the French Riviera, Morocco, Greece, and Italy. The ambiance is elegant; the conversations lively.
Call (561) 265-0660. Visit the website.
Charming mom-and-pop stores, souvenir shops, and exclusive brands– name it, Delray Beach has it. For a shopping experience to remember, drop by:
- Downtown Delray Beach. This area from Atlantic Avenue to the I-95, Intracoastal Waterway, and Atlantic Ocean is home to many of the city’s finest upscale shops, dining, and nightlife centers. People are encouraged to “shop small” in order to promote the local economy. There are many homegrown boutiques and unique shops that promise one-of-a-kind finds.
- Delray Marketplace. This low-key but vibrant modern outdoor lifestyle and upscale shopping center includes great restaurants you’d want to duck into after a long day of shopping.
Not many people know that there are two sides to. It looks like your typical laidback summer paradise during the day. When dusk settles, however, Delray Beach turns into a playground for those who love the nightlife. Best haunts include:
- Atlantic Avenue. This lively street that runs from A1A all the way to the beach is home to many of the best nighttime sights and sounds. Take a leisurely stroll and discover its myriad fine dining restaurants, eclectic shops, and art galleries.
- Honey. It’s a bar, a club, and a restaurant with a loungey feel. The vibe promises awesome evenings with a DJ playing old school hip hop and R&B, the bar providing drinks like the notorious Rupert Pigler – bacon-infused bourbon that comes with a strip of chocolate-covered bacon – and the kitchen serving their wood-fired pizzas. 16 E Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach. Visit the website.
- Vintage Tap.A “juke joint” complete with Prohibition-era bar and stage featuring local and national bands. A great selection of craft beers and bar eats make Vintage Tap one of the best places to hang out in. 524 W Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach. Visit their Facebook.
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