Food & Drink in Delray Beach

Steak, Sushi, and Seafood for a Table of Two or Four at Prime (45% Off)


Delray Beach

$40 $22

USDA prime beef chosen for optimal marbling, fresh seafood, and sushi in a supper-club atmosphere with nightly music

Hot or Cold Tea for One or Two, or Bulk Yerba Maté Tea at Project Maté Bar (50% Off)

Project Mate Bar

Delray Beach

$4 $2


Sip on the infused drink enjoyed throughout South America for its abundance of vitamins, minerals, anti-oxidants

Italian Cuisine and Drinks at Rocky's Italian Cuisine and Steak House (Half Off). Two Options Available.

Rocky's Italian Bistro and Bar

Courtyards of Delray

$30 $15

Eatery specializing in classic Italian pastas and veal, chicken, and seafood dishes also serves up live music on Fridays and Saturdays

Organic American Cuisine for Dinner for Two or Four or More at Tryst (Up to 47% Off)


Delray Beach

$30 $17


Truffle aioli sides chicken schnitzel, smoked sea salt flavors fish 'n' chips, and snow peas, carrots, peanuts, and chile create pad thai

Traditional Greek Cuisine for Lunch or Dinner at Taverna Opa - Delray Beach (Up to 44% Off). Three Options Available.

Taverna Opa

Delray Beach

$30 $18

Fire-grilled seafood, lamb chops, and steak meets traditional Greek mezze in a festive environment with live DJs and belly dancers

Fusion and Grill Dinner for Two or Four at Carpe Diem (Up to 46% Off)

Carpe Diem

Delray Beach

$64.97 $35


Blending traditional and modern styles, featuring make-your-own-plates, grilled options, and dishes from around the world

$24 for $40 Worth of Contemporary American Dinner Cuisine, Valid Sunday–Thursday, at Dada Restaurant

Dada Restaurant

Delray Beach

$40 $24


Eclectic dishes such as blackened redfish, a seven-cheese sandwich, and short-rib flatbread served inside an art-filled home built in 1924

Upscale American Dinner Cuisine at 32 East Restaurant (Up to 45% Off). Two Options Available.

32 East

Delray Beach

$50 $29


Chef Nick Morfogen, who has earned praise from Emeril Lagasse and Food & Wine magazine, heads the kitchen at this upscale American eatery

Kava Drinks at Kavasutra (50% Off). Two Options Available.


Multiple Locations

$15 $7.50

Guests sip cups of kava, a root extract from the South Pacific that has a soothing, sedative effect

Cheesesteaks, Burgers, and Sandwiches at Big Al's Steaks (40% Off)

Big Al's Steaks

Multiple Locations

$20 $12


Taste how a cheesesteak was meant to be: thinly sliced ribeye steak topped with Cheez Whiz or choice of cheese, served on a true Philly roll

Italian Dinner for Two or Four at D'Angelo Trattoria (Up to 41% Off)

D'Angelo Trattoria

Delray Beach

$110 $69


Traditional Neapolitan cuisine including wood oven-fired pizzas and rigatoni filetto prepared in 1930s bungalow with vast wine cellar

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By day, the restaurant occupying 145 NE 4th Avenue goes by the name Crepes by the Sea, a French creperie with fresh-roasted coffee. But at night, it transforms into SWIG Wine Bar, a wine and craft beer lounge serving a melange of French and Italian dishes. Meals might begin with appetizers of sushi-grade tuna tartar with avocado and sun-dried tomato, or a salad decorated with gourmet ingredients such as pears, walnuts, and sweet gorgonzola. Entrees include classic pasta dishes, such as four-cheese gnocchi, as well as specialty creations. Cuts of mustard-crusted salmon plunge into a beurre blanc sauce, and truffle mashed potatoes pair nicely with grilled rib eye steak. On Wednesdays, guests can follow an in-depth exploration of both the food and wine menus with regional pairings, and on Thursdays, live music sets the scene more pleasantly than someone loudly narrating each diner's movements.

6 NE 5th Ave
Delray Beach,

Though Executive Chef Christina Scifo sticks to ingredients supplied by local and organic farmers, her dishes at Tryst span the globe. Here, truffle aioli accompanies chicken schnitzel, smoked sea salt flavors fish and chips, and snow peas, carrots, peanuts, and chile sauce unite to create vegan pad thai. The bar's massive selection of microbrews likewise hails from around the world, including trappist ales brewed by actual monks??not just brewmasters still wearing their Friar Tuck Halloween costumes. An equally gargantuan wine list sticks to varietals from North America and Europe, as do the more than 30 wines available by the glass. Feasts unfold amid a homey atmosphere of exposed brick, sparkling chandeliers, and a cozy fireplace. Live musicians croon from Tryst's stage every Wednesday, while a roomy outdoor patio welcomes patrons in warm months.

4 E Atlantic Ave.
Delray Beach,

D'Angelo Trattoria's chef, Enrico Esposito, adheres closely to tradition. He's modeled his eatery after classic Neopolitan trattorias, and he loves rustic family recipes that have withstood the test of time?so much so that he hasn't modernized the baking process for his Neopolitan pizzas. Crowned with toppings from arugula to Parma prosciutto, they're still baked in a wood-burning stove.

The eatery's venue, a bungalow home from the 1930s, is as time-honored as its recipes. The wine cellar houses more than 1,000 bottles, each vintage hand-picked by Chef Enrico. Diners can order their vino by the glass, the quartino, the bottle, or, for an extra-festive night, by the wine-filled pinata.

9 SE 7th Ave.
Delray Beach,

Palm trees and flower boxes create a verdant border around Café Loredana, transforming the eatery’s second-story patio into a private enclave. Inside this 100-year-old Victorian building, sunlight streams through lace curtains and illuminates hardwood floors and canary-yellow walls. The timeless elegance of these surroundings inspires chefs to assemble a menu of equally classic Italian dishes. They toss fresh seafood and tender pastas with complex sauces infused with wine, citrus, and herbs, and they melt mozzarella cheese over lightly breaded cutlets of veal. The restaurant also boasts an extensive wine list punctuated by Italian chiantis, pinot noirs, and fermented umlauts.

85 SE 6th Ave
Delray Beach,

Boasting a wide array of sandwiches, E&J's Sandwich Shop specializes in sandwiches and hoagies lined with genoa salami, capicola, roasted peppers, and homemade meatballs parmesan. They use deli meats to create cold hoagies such as the Classic, which features turkey, roast beef, and smoked bacon layered with a choice of toppings such as banana peppers, oil and vinegar, and mustard. But for their hot items, they either grill the entire sandwich whole as in the cuban panini or serve it with jus as in the french dip. To complement their sandwiches, they offer deli pickles, coleslaw, and giant cookies fresh from the oven.

814 E Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach,

The frock fixers at Aloha Dry Cleaners, established in 1964, cleanse garments onsite using environmentally friendly dry-cleaning processes. They also perfect alterations for all garments ranging from draperies and upholstery to dresses and suits. The 13 trained staff members help to preserve wedding gowns and keep everyday wear stain-free. As a courtesy to their customers and community, they clean any American flag or stuffed animal for free, so long as teddy bears are registered to vote.

1208 E Atlantic Ave
Delray Beach,

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