Atlantic Avenue Dining

by | Apr 19, 2024 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Looking for some great place to eat tonight? Travel over to Delray Beach and stroll down Atlantic Avenue. Here you will find so many restaurants – from casual eats to fine dining. Need some suggestions? Here are a few to start you out.

Lionfish Modern Coastal Cuisine

The taste of sustainable seafood and local organic fare is here in Delray Beach. San Diego hotspot Lionfish located on the beach town’s bustling Atlantic Avenue provides fresh-catch cuisine, grass-fed meats and local, seasonal ingredients in an approachable, casual setting. Lionfish, which has been recognized twice as a James Beard Foundation Smart Catch Leader, brings a sea-to-table approach to dishes, letting the freshness of the fish shine through the simplistic, yet perfectly seasoned cuisine. Choose from such seafood dishes as Sautéed Scallops (with cauliflower purée, piquillo, golden raisin, sea beans, spinach, lemon and brown butter), or Lobster Cavatelli (with Florida sweet corn, ‘Nduja, cherry tomatoes, grilled green onion and cotija) or Cioppino (clams, mussels, shrimp, local fish, tomato & fennel saffron broth with grilled bread). Want to dine on something meatier? Try their Black & Blue Skirt Steak (with crispy fingerling potatoes, blue cheese and black garlic chimichurri) or Grilled Lamb Chops (with Shisho, cippolini onion, market potatoes, mint chimichurri and eggplant puree) or Chicken & Dumplings (with ricotta Gnudi, Brussel sprouts, confit onions and lemon thyme jus). Check out the Specialty Cocktails while you’re here or look over their expansive wine list.

Elisabetta’s Ristorante

Elisabetta’s features chef driven authentic Italian cuisine, using the freshest ingredients made in house or imported straight from Italy. House made Pizza, Pasta and Gelato are only the beginning. First let’s start with their pizzas made fresh dough and delicious toppings such as fennel sausage, house made pancetta, speck, and pepperoni to name just a few. As for the more upscale fare, try their Scottadito (grilled Australian lamb chops with chili oil and aioli) or the Chicken alla Parmigiana (crispy chicken cutlet with San Marzano sauce and mozzarella over spaghetti) or Spiedini of Shrimp (wood grilled shrimp with salsa rosa). And, you must, check out that wine list. Over 200 bottles of wine listed, so there will be a wine for everyone in your party.

Take your friends over to Atlantic Avenue and start your dining experience soon. Yummy!