Palm Beach Relocation Guide

SPR-SUM 2016

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P A L M B E A C H R E L O C A T I O N G U I D E . C O M 177 Max's Grille 404 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, 33432 www.maxsgrille.com Whether in the mood for brunch, lunch or dinner, Max's Grille has the answer. Since opening its doors in Mizner Park in 1991, Max's Grille centers around a Span- ish-styled courtyard and emphasizes clean flavors, inventive combinations and the use of local products. The menu entails a variety of tasty concoctions, including French toast, blackened salmon quesadilla and maple-bourbon glazed baby back ribs. Max's Grille is among the most successful restaurants in the United States. Palm Beach Grill 340 Royal Poinciana Way, #336 Palm Beach, 33480 www.palmbeachgrill.com When it comes time to combine fine arts, design, and architecture with upscale dining, Palm Beach Grill has it all. Since 1999, the establishment has been supplying South Florida with delicious plates, including, a selection of USDA Prime steaks, kosher hot dogs and freshly squeezed orange juice, on top of a curated art collection. Palm Beach Grill is known as where the "rich and famous" come to dine on "basic food done very well." Racks Downtown Eatery and Tavern 402 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, 33432 www.racksboca.com Located in Mizner Park, Racks Down- town Eatery and Tavern is known for its exceptional service, appealing menu and fun atmosphere. Since opening in 2010, visitors relax for lunch and dinner in a chic indoor/outdoor bar and lounge area with eye-catching décor. Start with artichoke or warm goat cheese arugula for lunch, and dine on Racks' sizable ribs, meatloaf, white pizza and delicious seafood, such as crab crusted sea bass and pistachio crust salmon. Rocco's Tacos & Tequila Bar 250 Town Center Cir., Boca Raton, 33486 www.roccostacos.com If looking for authentic and fresh Mexican food with a little spice, Rocco's Tacos & Tequila Bar is the answer. The corn tortillas are made by hand and the Baja Combination includes shrimp taco, fish taco, and goat cheese quesadilla. Choose from the largest selection of tequila in all of Florida, along with $15 margarita pitchers every Tuesday. Whether seated indoor or out, the atmosphere is always exciting at Rocco's Tacos. Check their website for other locations as well. Titled Kilt Pub and Eatery 3320 Airport Rd., Boca Raton, 33431 www.tiltedkilt.com/boca-raton With chains around North America, Boca Raton's Celtic themed Tilted Kilt Pub and Eatery combines food and drink with sports bar entertainment. The staff wears kilts and ladies expose plenty of skin. Menu choices include burgers, wings, sandwiches and pizza, but the Pub Pretzels get the most attention. Just last year, Tilted Kilt was named one of America's Top 10 Fastest Growing Restaurants on CNBC. Too Bizaare 287 E Indiantown Rd # 2B, Jupiter, 33477 www.toobizaare.com Too Bizaare is a fun restaurant in Jupiter serving an assortment of fresh fish and other Asian dishes. The solid wine list stands out, as does its enormous two vines role, grilled local swordfish and renowned sushi. With a waterfront view, the eclectic walls are deco- rated with pictures and fixtures of beauty for sale. Most of the seating is in sofas and visitors eat off of coffee tables. Too Bizaare reminds guests of a restaurant in New York's Greenwich Village. Tryst 4 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, 33444 www.trystdelray.com Want quality lunch, dinner or a late night bite with both an indoor and outdoor setting? Look no further than Tryst in Delray Beach. The menu is inspired by the rich bar culture of Europe, with an emphasis on seasonal, farm fresh ingre- dients, including brussels sprouts, green beans and smashed red potatoes. Mean- while, the friendly staff is well-versed in the micro-brewed beer list from around the world and Tryst's house-made ice cream using the Terrapin Coffee Oatmeal Impe- rial Stout beer is sensational. Two Georges Waterfront Grille 728 Casa Loma Blvd., Boynton Beach, 33435 www.twogeorgesrestaurant.com Since 1957, South Floridians have been spending their time at Two Georges Waterfront Grille's picturesque restaurant, bar and deck. While known for its seafood, such as fried cala- mari, smoked salmon and sea scallops, patrons also enjoy the New York strips and pork ribs. The wine list is top-notch as well. Guests can watch football on twenty flat screen TVs and enjoy live music on the weekends. Victoria's 111 S 3rd St., Lantana, 33462 www.victoriasperuviancuisine.com Perhaps the best Peruvian dining in Palm Beach can be found at Victoria's. The seafood is cooked just right and presented beautifully. Besides the fresh ceviche, the shrimp is delicious with just enough crunch. The portion sizes are extremely generous, making them ideal for sharing. Nestled in a little shopping plaza just west of Federal Highway, connoisseurs of Peruvian dishes cannot go wrong with Victoria's. Village Tavern 1880 Congress Ave. #170 Boynton Beach, 33426 www.villagetavern.com If searching for a romantic ambiance in Boynton Beach, look no further than Village Tavern. The restaurant with soft lighting and a dark wood décor is known for its filet mignon, as well as its large portions of fish and delicious sweet potato fries. There is even has a gluten free menu with ample choices. Guests can dine inside or out, where pets are welcome, and it's tough to beat Village Tavern's half-price wine on Wednesdays.

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