Unlike speedy in-and-out coffee shops, cafés indulge fantasies of sneaking off through misty European streets paved with pain au chocolat and lined with biscotti parking meters. Indulge in seasonal streetside fare and drinks with today’s Groupon at Bizaare Ave Café in Lake Worth. Choose one of the following dining options:
- For $25, you get $50 worth of dinner
- For $10, you get $20 worth of lunch
Voted Best Romantic Restaurant by Fox 29 News, Bizaare Ave Café boasts an ever changing dinner menu of seasonal New American fare and tapas. Seated comfortably upstairs in the bistro, start dinner with cup of lobster bisque ($4.50) and a peppery arugula salad ($9) before moving on to a main course of slow-braised lamb shank ($24). Tapas like fried pumpkin ravioli ($11) are completely shareable, while a chicken and artichoke crepe ($14) is the stuff of hoarders' dreams. Protein pundits savor the baked ham and Brie baguette ($11) or a griddled “cowboy” pork chop ($23), before adventuring out into the world of bucking broncos and striped-shirt cycling. Lunch is served downstairs, and consists of an abbreviated menu of lighter fare.
Executive chef John Roth crafts mouthwatering masterpieces using local produce to compliment the artistic interior of Bizaare Ave Café. Everything in the restaurant is for sale, from the plump couches to the empty plates reflecting sated smiles, appealing to shopaholics who also require food to live.
- It’s “like eating in your living room” at this “young, happening”, “unusual” Lake Worth Eclectic – that is, if your living room is packed with a “hodgepodge” of “unmatched furniture, funky antiques” and “quirky” art, and “pretty much everything is for sale”. – Zagat
- I have eaten here many times before. The food is delicious and the service is always wonderful. My favorite is the baked brie for an appetizer..... to die for! – JRN1313, TripAdvisor
Bizaare Ave Cafe
Housed in a two-story structure erected in 1926, Bizaare Ave Cafe pairs an eclectic menu of tapas and bistro meals with still more eclectic decor, earning the eatery Best Romantic Restaurant accolades from CityVoters in 2010. In the quirky downstairs dining area, coffee tables crowded with knickknacks host plates of tapas and glasses of wine. Diners in overstuffed armchairs tuck into dishes such as homemade pumpkin-stuffed ravioli or baked brie with raspberry sauce, a gift of rich, melty cheese that—like all good presents—is wrapped in puff pastry. Upstairs, things get more formal with a menu of bistro fare such as filet mignon, pork chops, and seared salmon. Aside from the fare, diners may purchase literally anything in the restaurant, including potted palms, decorative wall-mounted plates, and attractive fire extinguishers.