5 Of The Most Visited Restaurants On Atlantic Avenue | Delray Beach Real Estate

the most visited restaurants in Delray Beach

South Florida is renowned for its many coastal cities and villages that offer all manner of lifestyle and vacation options for natives and visitors alike. From South Beach to Sebastian, Florida's east coast has miles of beautiful destinations and unique towns to enjoy. Whether it be the loud and colorful nightlife of Miami or the quiet serenity of Sebastian inlet, south Florida's east coast offers a little bit of everything for travelers of all ages. Delray Beach has seen remarkable growth in the past five years alone, quickly becoming a destination for people moving to Florida as prices soar. here are 5 of the most visited, popular, and beloved restaurants on Atlantic Avenue, Delray beach.

El Camino

tequila shots lined up

El Camino bills itself as "Mexican Soul Food" featuring the classic sizzling favorites like fajitas, quesadillas, and enchiladas. However, El Camino is so much more, with a hip, nightlife environment that sees this Atlantic Avenue favorite packed every night after sunset. El Camino has an impressive cocktail menu in sticking with the youthful, energetic vibe, featuring for margarita bottles to go, tequila, and mezcal favorites.  

Lionfish

avocado sushi

Lionfish is one of the newest restaurants in Delray Beach, opening in the midst of Florida's relative reopening following the peak of the COVID19 pandemic. Known for its "modern coastal cuisine," Lionfish is an outstanding spot or a date night or foodie destination alike. This picturesque dining room is an exciting new addition to Atlantic Avenue's hottest restaurants beyond the train tracks. With a wide array of Mediterranean, Pan-Asian, and even sushi options, this is the place to be for seafood lovers.

Brule Bistro

brule bistro bruschetta

Brule Bistro is owned by second-generation trattoria chef Suzanne Perrotto. Her passion was bred as a child in her family restaurants in New York, and she's taken the lessons of her youth to Delray Beach. Brule was opened in 2008, which in South Florida's real estate market is like dog years. Carving her legacy with this fine Mediterranean-infused menu, Brule is perfect for wine lovers, dates, and groups - with an outstanding complement of shareable small plates and unique appetizers.

Park Tavern

friends clanking beer glasses

Park Tavern is a representation of the perfect medium that Delray Beach embodies - equal parts fine cuisine, equal parts accessible - Park Tavern's price point is a bit more forgiving than most of the restaurants we'll blog about. Among the cluster of restaurants that make up the westernmost point of Atlantic Avenue proper. Park Tavern is best known for its delicious burgers, sandwiches, drafts, and cocktails. With a generous daily happy hour of 5 PM to 7 PM, Park Tavern is the place to be!

Mussel Beach

steamed mussels

Mussel Beach is a family-owned fixture of Atlantic Avenue's most visited restaurants, with a longstanding reputation as Atlantic Avenue's ultimate seafood stop, they feature the classic New England clam shack cuisine like steamed middleneck clams alongside fresh catch and kettle specials. Finally, staying true to their name, they import their mussels daily from Prince Edward Island - a true testament to the freshness of this longstanding Atlantic Avenue seafood restaurant.

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