Downtown Delray Beach Restaurant Month

August 1, 2020
August 31, 2020

Various Locations in Downtown Delray Beach

Dining in Delray Beach

From a golden sand beach at one end of “The Ave” to colorful streets of inside Pineapple Grove Arts District to several delicious dining locales, Downtown Delray Beach has a terrific vibe. One way to sample those flavorsome eats, and better yet at special prices, is during Downtown Delray Beach Restaurant Month. 

Table full of food.

Restaurant Options

The event features dining deals; multi-course prix fixe lunches and dinners; happy hour and brunch specials; and culinary experiences. Nearly 40 restaurants and cafés are participating, including City Oyster & Sushi Bar, Deck 84, Elisabetta’s Ristorante & Pizzeria, and Rocco’s Tacos and Tequila Bar. So try one, two, or all of them, a couple of times. Get a better lay of the land with the map of downtown Delray Beach.  

Plate with Food during Dining Month

Dining on the Go 

This year with social distancing and safety protocols in place, restaurants will offer both in-house and to-go specials, and virtual in-home and in-person (up to 10) culinary events. 

Distanced Dining

Join in for "Distanced Dining" at downtown’s Old School Square Park and Libby Wesley Park. Grab your favorite meal to-go from any downtown restaurant and enjoy fresh air dining in the parks.  Want your meal delivered directly to you at the park? No problem, use Delivery Dudes to order your food and code: LOCALEATS for free delivery. A lot of our restaurants are offering special "picnic" menus: The Office, Rocco’s Tacos, J&J Seafood & Raw Bar, Salt 7, Tin Roof, Sazio, Tramonti, and Le Sorelle.

Make it a Staycation 

Don’t worry about counting calories or having dessert, walk it off by finding a hotel near downtown and make it Staycation. Many of the hotels in The Palm Beaches are have excellent deals for Florida and Palm Beach County residents. Find a hotel in Delray Beach. 

More to Do

There’s no shortage of things to do in Delray Beach, and the center of the action is Atlantic Avenue, which runs from Interstate 95 all the way to Delray Beach’s sun-soaked shoreline. This pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare boasts quaint brick sidewalks, gaslight-style streetlamps, and a seemingly endless patchwork of restaurants, watering holes, shops, and galleries. 

Visit the Downtown Delray Beach Restaurant Month website.

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