Delray Beach Emerges as Dining Destination
January 12, 2016
Delray Beach’s dining scene was introduced to Charleston, West Virginia last weekend. On Sunday, January 10th Martin W.G. King’s post was featured on the Sunday Gazette-Mail website heralding Delray Beach as ‘the hottest new foodie destination in the South”. Read More
Ranked twice as an All American City (1993 and 2001), Delray Beach is no stranger to the limelight. USA Today and Rand McNally named Delray Beach as America’s Most Fun Small Town (2012) and Coastal Living awarded Delray the ranking of third Happiest Seaside Town (2015). It is no surprise that Delray’s local cuisine is drawing applause from over 900 miles away.
The Charleston Sunday Gazette post highlights several of Delray Beach’s hot spots including Brule Bistro Bar and Kitchen, El Camino Soul Food and Tequila Bar, Cut 432, Park Tavern and Lilo’s All American Cafe.
Jason Binder, chef de cuisine at Brule shares that the large numbers of visitors from Northeastern cities like New York and Philadelphia and who love good food have helped make Brule (and other Delray Beach restaurants like it) successful. ‘Brule has never advertised’, explains Chef Binder. ‘They are well known by word of mouth.’
Cut 432, a steakhouse on East Atlantic Avenue is credited by local critics for prompting Delray’s ‘gastronomic revolution’. Cut 432’s latest sister restaurant, El Camino has quickly earned top honors as one of the country’s top 100 restaurants by Open Table.
Delray Beach’s selection of restaurants and cafes provide a variety of flavors and flare while accommodating your wallet. Lilo’s All American Café opened last year and is already known as ‘a cute, friendly little place for excellent food an inexpensive prices.’
Still can’t make up your mind about which restaurant to select? Savor Our City Culinary Tours offers customized group tours of the city’s dining establishments with an opportunity to meet chefs and sample the cuisine.
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