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Park Tavern

32 SE 2nd Ave.
Delray Beach, FL 33483
Part Tavern finds inspiration in New York City’s Gramercy Tavern and the diminutive Worthing Park at the restaurant’s front door. The second restaurant from the trio behind Cut 432 -- Anthony Pizzo, Brandon Belluscio, and Brian Albe -- the restaurant resides at the heart of the bustling Delray restaurant scene. The 180-seat space displays dark wood accents, galvanized steel, Chicago brick walls, and butcher block tables, a design the trio orchestrated themselves. Simple and stylish comfort food is featured on a seasonal menu. Maple-glazed pork belly and burgers made from in-house ground sirloin quell big appetites, while grazers prefer ceviche of Florida fish, warm pretzels, or a cheese plate. Craft cocktails are the focus at the bar, though beer drinkers can sip local suds from Fort Lauderdale’s Fresh Beer Co.

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