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Delray Beach Restaurants You Should Be Dining At This Week

Enjoy amazing food at our favorite spots around the city.

The gorgeous city of Delray Beach is gorgeous city where there is so much to do and enjoy that makes it just as great as any other city along Florida’s Atlantic Coast.

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You can check out the natural amenities at the Sandoway Discovery Center or the Delray Oaks Natural Area. There are countless golf courses like the Delray Beach Golf Club and the Delaire Country Club.

Of course, there’s always the beautiful beaches like Delray Public Beach and Atlantic Dunes Park to enjoy as well.

The real treat, however, is the restaurant scene. No matter what you’re in the mood for, you can find it here. If you know where to look, that is.

If you don’t, then I may be able to help. Right down below, you’ll find all of my favorite places to eat in the city ranked on a list.

Just follow this guide and it will point you in all the right directions to find the meal of your dreams!


52 N Swinton Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: 561-330-3232
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Kicking things off is Dada. This place is almost guaranteed to be unlike anything you’ve experienced before.

This American cafe has so much variety and life to it that you’re really going to love it, I think.

You can find Dada off of North Swinton Avenue right in between the Arts Garage arts organization and the Delray Beach Tennis Center.

What I love about this place is that they have a long list of refreshing mojito variations to choose from to help beat that famous Florida heat. For food, the menu is seasonal, so you never know what’ll be on the menu.

Brule Bistro

200 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: 561-274-2046
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You might remember this next place on my list from a previous guide to all the greatest brunch spots around Delray Beach.

Brule Bistro is a wonderful place to go on the weekends, but this time I want to focus on their lunch and dinner menu.

I highly recommend coming here and trying the Colorado lamb burger. It’s got such fantastic flavor that you’re going to want all your burgers made with lamb in the future after trying this one.

Check out Brule Bistro on Northeast 2nd Avenue, just north of the Hyatt Place Delray Beach hotel.

Cut 432

432 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33483
Phone: 561-272-9898
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Now, it’s time for a big, juicy steak. When you’re in Delray Beach and you want to experience the finest cuts of meat, Cut 432 is the place to be. This is the ultimate destination for all things steak.

I try to save the steak dinners at Cut 432 for special occasions, but that usually just leads to me making up any excuse I can to come here. I absolutely love the porterhouse and the dry-aged delmonico ribeye.

Check this place out off of East Atlantic Avenue, right around the corner from IPIC Theaters movie theater.

Bamboo Fire Cafe

149 NE 4th Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33483
Phone: 561-749-0973

This next place that I want to mention is called Bamboo Fire Cafe. This place is surely going to become one of your favorite places to eat in the city like it did mine.

What’s great about Bamboo Fire Cafe is that it’s basically one of the greatest restaurants that you can get Caribbean food from in town.

I come here whenever I can for dinner. I would come here all day long, but they don’t open util 5 PM.

Look for Bamboo Fire Cafe off of Northeast 4th Avenue right in the heart of Delray Beach.

Papa’s Tapas

259 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: 561-266-0599
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Papas Tapas is up next and whenever you want tapas, this is the ultimate destination. This Spanish restaurant has everything you could ever want, and more.

When you come to Papa’s Tapas, I highly recommend a beer or a glass of wine to get you started and so that you can have something to sip on while you read the menu.

When it comes to tapas, I always have a hard time deciding what to order, so I usually end up getting multiple things. Here, I tried the baby lamb chops and the pulpo. Both were delectable.

El Camino

15 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: 561-865-5350
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Now, for some Mexican flair at El Camino. When you want margaritas and other classic, delicious Mexican food, this is the restaurant for you.

My favorite part about El Camino is that they stay open until 2 AM. This is easily one of my favorite late-night spots for drinks and good vibes.

When you come here to El Camino, always start with some chips and guacamole. The guacamole here is phenomenal.

I think I could eat it every single day. After that, you should definitely try either a chicken quesadilla or a big burrito.

Cabana El Rey

105 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: 561-274-9090
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Right next to the Cornell Art Museum at Old School Square off of East Atlantic Avenue is another amazing eatery called Cabana El Rey.

This Cuban restaurant is a surefire way to satisfy all your cravings for something tasty.

I am a huge fan of Cuban cuisine. My favorite sandwich of all time is the classic Cuban sandwich, and Cabana El Rey certainly knows how to make a great one for lunch.

The dinner menu here is also spectacular. Definitely try some empanadas when you come here.

They are golden brown and so delectable that you’ll want to take some home with you. 

City Oyster & Sushi Bar

213 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: 561-272-0220
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When you want seafood in Delray Beach, this is the place to be. City Oyster & Sushi Bar has all of the freshest fish and shellfish in town, so when you want to enjoy the bounty of the sea, you simply must come here.

Of course, at City Oyster & Sushi Bar, your best options are going to be either oysters or sushi, but they do have plenty of other options on their menu if those things don’t sound that great.

I love coming here and seeing what oysters they have available that day. They usually have oysters from all over the country. 

The Grove

187 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444
Phone: 561-266-3750
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Up next is a restaurant called The Grove and this one is pretty unique.

The Grove doesn’t get as much popularity as I feel that it deserves, so hopefully now more people will be able to enjoy this lowkey gem when they’re in town.

The Grove is modern American restaurant that serves up an amazing, unbeatable dining experience. I highly recommend this restaurant for a romantic night out to dinner.

When I came to The Grove, I had the Colorado lamb loin. It was so flavorful and savory that I am definitely ordering it again the next time.

Caffe Luna Rosa

34 S Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33483
Phone: 561-274-9404
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Now, for a real treat. Caffe Luna Rosa is the restaurant to visit here in Delray Beach when you want to treat yourself to a fine dining experience unlike any other.

The service, atmosphere, and food here at Caffe Luna Rosa are simply unparalleled.

What I love the most about Caffe Luna Rosa is that it’s conveniently located on South Ocean Boulevard, right across from the Delray Beach Pavilion and Delray Public Beach.

You should definitely consider coming here after spending a day on the beach soaking up that gorgeous Florida sunshine. Caffe Luna Rosa never disappoints.

Lemongrass Asian Bistro

420 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33483
Phone: 561-278-5050
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Laslty, I want to end things with a bang at Lemongrass Asian Bistro.

This is an amazing Asian restaurant that serves up an eclectic selection of Asian cuisine, including Thai noodles, steamed bao buns, curry, and so much more.

I always come here when I’m in the mood for some Thai curry. Lemongrass Asian Bistro serves up red curry, green curry, and panang curry. I alternate between the three when I come here because they’re all so delicious.

Check out Lemongrass Asian Bistro on East Atlantic Avenue, right by IPIC Theaters. It’s perfect for dinner after a movie.

Best Restaurants in Delray Beach

  1. Dada
  2. Brule Bistro
  3. Cut 432
  4. Bamboo Fire Cafe
  5. Papa’s Tapas
  6. El Camino
  7. Cabana El Rey
  8. City Oyster
  9. The Grove
  10. Caffe Luna Rosa
  11. Lemongrass Asian Bistro

Final Thoughts

Delray Beach is no slouch when it comes to eateries, that’s for sure. The restaurants around this city take pride in serving up the most delicious and highest quality cuisine available.

Now that you’ve read this guide, you’ll know exactly where to go to get the meal of your dreams the next time you’re in Delray Beach.

Did we leave a restaurant out of this list? Make sure you leave us a comment and we’ll check it out!

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Written by Rocco Smith

Rocco is a recent graduate of Florida State University with a Bachelor’s in Editing, Writing, and Media. With seven years’ experience in the restaurant industry as a cook, server, bartender, and more, he is deeply passionate about intertwining his fondness for food with his love of language.