Burger, Stogies and Reservations (!) All Come to The Office
Chances are your office doesn't serve a big fatty of a burger made with USDA Prime beef dry-aged for 26 days, but one is now on the menu at David Manero's The Office in Delray Beach.
Even better, you no longer have to cool your taste buds at the bar waiting for a table, as the restaurant is also now accepting reservations at both lunch and dinner. Joining the "Prime Boss Burger" on the menu are a roasted Murray's Natural half-chicken, a New York strip served with green peppercorn-brandy sauce and chili-glazed Mongolian baby back ribs.
But wait, there's more.
A new roster of $6 happy hour munchies includes nachos with house-smoked fish, heirloom black kernel popcorn, chili-dusted steak fries and hand-cut potato chips with onion dip. And for house smokers there's a selection of a half-dozen cigars, though you'll be relegated to puffing away outside at the bar or on the restaurant's west-side patio.
As for puffing away on the other kind of fatty. . . Uh, I don't think so.
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