119 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL. 33444
As a lot of people leave the New York area to travel to Florida to wait out the cold winter months, they lose some of their favorite cuisines that are readily available around New York City. What if there was a way to bring Mulberry Street to Delray Beach? It has already been done. Tramonti Ristorante, the sister restaurant of Angelo’s of Mulberry Street, is here in Delray Beach and it is certainly here to stay. A visit to Tramonti will not leave you with an empty stomach, as you are served healthy portions of some of the best Italian plates that South Florida has to offer. If you like a dish of authentic Italian pasta served “Al dente,” I would strongly recommend the Bucatini All’Amatriciana.
213 E Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33444
Anyone who knows Palm Beach County must have noticed the countless fishing boats that can be seen out on the water on any sunny day down here in South Florida. This is because people travel from across the globe to fish in this world class location. But if you don’t have a few million dollars to get yourself a 60’ Viking to get some of the freshest fish in America, what can you do? Just head over to City Oyster on Atlantic Ave! This restaurant is serving the fresh catch every day of the week. With happy hour every day from 4-7PM, how can you beat this place!