April 8, 2021

Boca Magazine – Savor The Avenue Is Sold Out–But You Still May Be Able To Snag A Seat

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Savor The Avenue Is Sold Out–But You Still May Be Able To Snag A Seat

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Savor the Avenue (Photo by Living Exposure Photography)

Well, we knew there was pent-up demand—but seats went fast for this year’s reimagined Savor The Avenue coming up Monday, April 19. In fact, the event has been sold out now for a coupe of weeks but we hear some restaurants have waiting lists and there may be some “floating seats” for those who still want to give it a shot.

If you are one of those, please  eview this list of participating restaurants and see what is available. Or perhaps check with DowntownDelrayBeach.com for more direction.

Elisabetta’s: From pastas to pizzas, this is Delray’s Saturday night central. 561/560-6699; https://www.elisabettas.com/

Cabana El Ray: Our beloved (and hip) Cuban restaurant has all the moves—and great Latin cuisine. 561/274-9090; https://www.cabanadelray.com/

Avalon: Delray’s new sumptuous seafood and chophouse is a crowd-pleaser. 561/593-2500; https://www.avalondelray.com/

Rocco’s Tacos: Tableside guac, Taco Tuesdays and an epic Avenue hangout make this a Delray fave. 561/808-1100; https://www.roccostacos.com/location/roccos-tacos-delray-beach/

Rose’s Daughter: Mom’s Sunday Italian dinner—with a fresh new spin—already has a loyal following. 561/271-9423; https://www.rosesdaughterdelray.com/

RACKS Fish House + Oyster Bar: Clams, oysters, lobster rolls and a great outdoor bar define this hot spot. 561/450-6718; https://racksdelray.com/

Gary Rack’s Farmhouse Kitchen: Food this good can’t be this healthy—but it is. And everybody loves it. 561/266-3642; http://farmhousekitchenboca.com/

City Oyster: The heart of the Avenue, with its long friendly bar and diverse menu, is a see-and-be-seen dining spot. 561/272-0220; https://www.cityoysterdelray.com/

Vic And Angelo’s: This longtime Avenue staple is great Italian on the right side of the tracks. 561/278-9570; https://www.vicandangelos.com/

Caffe Luna Rosa: This oceanside Italian bistro is a tradition for locals as well as tourists. 561/274-9404; https://www.caffelunarosa.com/

Lionfish: Delray’s buzzy new seafood restaurant has been a hit from day one. 561/639-8700; https://lionfishdelray.com/

Che!!!: You can’t beat the Intracoastal views—or the yummy empanadas—at this special Argentine restaurant. 561/562-5200; https://www.opentable.com/r/che-restaurant-delray-beach

Death Or Glory: This funky and festive bar has great food—and innovative small plates. 561/808-8814; https://www.deathorglorybar.com/

Lemongrass: This Asian restaurant is a tried-and-true Avenue benchmark, with a mean sake. 561/278-5050; https://lemongrassasianbistro.com/

This year’s Sponsors include Menin Development, 4th & 5th Delray, Engel & Volkers Delray, Atlas Party Rentals and Luminous Trees.

Reservations reserved with a credit card depend on each restaurant’s policy.

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