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Five New Dining Options in Delray Beach

Did you know that downtown Delray Beach -- what has been a go-to South Florida dining destination for more than 25 years -- has about 111 restaurants, many of which you'll find on Atlantic Avenue?

With long-standing favorites like Vic and Angelo's, City Oyster, and Cafe de France among the many establishments to have welcomed tourists and locals alike over the years, it's easy to see how there can never be too many good restaurants on one street -- and we're excited to see several newly developed locations that have expanded Delray's already vibrant food scene.

See Also:
- Five New Restaurants in Deerfield Beach
- Five New Restaurants in West Palm Beach

Now you can sip a cocktail at an outdoor, oceanfront tiki bar, sample 3-for-1 cocktails during happy hour at an Asian gastro-lounge, or grab a small-batch bourbon flight at a tavern-style eatery. Here, our list of five new dining options in Delray Beach:

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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