New Restaurants in Delray Beach & Boca Raton

Posted by Jeremy Olsher on Monday, August 3rd, 2020 at 2:41pm.

New Restaurants in Delray Beach & Boca Raton

Although it might seem like an odd time to open a restaurant, several new spots have recently opened up in Delray Beach and Boca Raton. Here are some new spots to try out!

Hawkers Asian Street Fare is a great new addition to the Ave. because there is nothing else like it. (Let’s be honest, the Ave. definitely doesn’t need another Italian restaurant or ice cream shop). Inspired by the food centers and street fare of SE Asia, Hawkers serves up a variety of unique Asian small plates, noodles, rice dishes, and salads. Outdoor seating is available. Hawkers is located at 640 E Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach.

End of the Ave. is a casual new spot by the eastern end of Atlantic that serves hotdogs, tacos, and other snacks that can easily be transported across the street to the beach. They also offer the option to add a CBD boost to any taco, Frose’ or drink, for those who are into that. End of the Ave. is located at 1155 E Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach.

CoreLife Eatery is a new fast-casual concept serving healthy customizable bowls, including grain, broth and green. All of the ingredients used here are free of GMO’s, trans fats, artificial colors, sweeteners and other artificial additives. CoreLife Eatery is located at 8170 Glades Road, Boca Raton.

The Blue Fish is the latest addition to Mizner Park (in the space that was formerly Racks). Serving fresh sushi, it is one of the few restaurants that’s still running daily happy hour specials. What's even better is that their happy hour is available at all tables inside and out! If dining in has you nervous, they also offer to-go sushi platters and hibachi dinners. The Blue Fish is located at 402 Plaza Real, Boca Raton.

Copperfish Kitchen is a new seafood-centric restaurant located in the space that was formerly Uncle Tai’s. Copperfish serves seafood dishes from a 100 percent scratch kitchen and offers a variety of specials ($1 oysters on Mondays, 20% off shellfish towers on Tuesdays, Lobster Night Wednesdays, etc.). Beginning later this summer, the patio is set to feature live music on select nights and weekend brunch. Copperfish Kitchen is located at 5250 Town Center Cir #143, Boca Raton.

Taru is a new seafood and comfort-food shack inside Delray Beach's 118-year-old historic Sundy House. Lead by one of Palm Beach’s top chefs, James Strine, it is hands-down the most beautiful and romantic place to dine in Delray Beach. Taru is located at 106 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach.

Located in the Park Place Plaza, Bento Boca Raton is the perfect spot for a quick bite, or a great meal on-the-go. Build your own rice bowl, noodle bowl, poke bowl, or bento box, or enjoy a variety of classic and signature sushi rolls. Bento is located at 5570 N Military Trl Bay 400, Boca Raton.


Coming soon!

Recognized twice as a Smart Catch Leader by the James Beard Foundation, Lionfish will bring sustainable, high quality seafood dishes accompanied by innovative cocktails and a comprehensive wine list to the Ave. this fall. Lionfish is located at 307 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach.

Construction is underway on the Delray Beach Market. Set to be Florida’s largest food hall, it is estimated that the 60,000 square foot space will house 35 unique chefs and vendors. It is expected to open in late 2020 or early 2021. Delray Beach Market is located at 33 SE 3rd Avenue, Delray Beach.


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