Best Restaurants in Boca Raton, FL

Posted by Scot Karp on Monday, June 2nd, 2014 at 5:49pm.

Best Restaurants in Boca Raton

Whether you’re new in town, just visiting, or simply looking for a new restaurant in Boca Raton to try out, the Scot Karp Team has got you covered. Read on to learn more about the best eats in town; Scot Karp- Approved!

Casa D’Angelo, Sophisticated Northern-Italian Kitchen

The reviews speak for themselves—this is one of the best-loved Italian restaurants in Boca Raton. This restaurant features Northern Italian dishes in an elegant modern space; the wine list is extensive, and there is a patio for those who prefer to dine al fresco.

Known for its great service and attentive staff, do not be surprised if the chef, Angelo Elia himself, makes an appearance at your table to be sure everything is just right. The menu features family recipes from generations of Elia cooks, with some newer additions included. Whether you choose homemade pasta, the veal, or a salad, you’re sure to be satisfied.

New York Prime, Traditional Steakhouse

Hearty servings, the best cuts of steak, and fresh seafood make New York Prime a must-try for those in Boca and surrounding areas. This lively establishment is a great weekend destination for dinner and drinks. The service is exceptional—and those who are interested in a long, lingering dinner will be in for a treat; you will not be rushed, and are encouraged to stay for as long as you like! Be sure to indulge in one of the many fine wines, or a decadent dessert.

New York Prime, Boca Raton is open for dinner daily at 5pm, with the bar livening up an hour earlier at 4pm.

Max’s Grille, Modern American Bistro

Located in Mizner Park, this is a great place to hang out with friends and enjoy some cocktails and delicious dishes. Max’s Grille has been a Boca Raton staple since 1991, known for its blend of contemporary and traditional American menu with Asian and Latin influences. Try the truffle fries as a snack, or if you’re hungry, the skirt steak and roasted chicken are among the regulars’ favorites.

Open for brunch, lunch and dinner; Max’s Grille’s outdoor seating area has a fun outdoor bar, and the patio is great for people watching, overlooking the Mizner Park fountain.

Seasons 52, Seasonal American Fare

For a flavourful meal prepared with fresh ingredients, visit Seasons 52. This restaurant is proud to employ rustic cooking techniques when preparing its dishes, including oak-fire grilling, and brick-oven roasting. All menu items are less than 500 calories, so health-conscious diners can enjoy a delicious meal without any of the restaurant guilt. Be sure to try the Seasons 52’s signature flatbread, or the cedar planked salmon. The wine list is vast, and even the desserts are low-cal and deliciously decadent.

This restaurant is located on NW Executive Center Drive, and overlooks a small lake.

Anthony’s Coal Fried Pizza, Pizza Well Done & Italian Soul Food

Anthony Bruno, founder and CEO of Anthony’s Coal Fried Pizza comes from a traditional Italian family. He grew up on Long Island before moving to South Florida, and his exposure to authentic Italian cooking inspired him to carve a path in the food industry, creating recipes for one of the most-loved foods in the world: pizza. The pizzas here take a mere 4 minutes to cook, thanks to the coal ovens which char the crust. Anthony’s Coal Fried Pizza has developed a deeply loyal following thanks to its high quality food, and service that treats you like family.

The menu offers more than just pizza; you’ll find award-winning chicken wings, delicious sandwiches and fresh salads. Be sure to visit on Mondays and Tuesdays for craft beer specials, or stop in for lunch, on special every day.

Scot Karp, Director
Ultraluxury Condominium Division
Boca Raton, Florida


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