With all the restaurants in Palm Beach County, it can sometimes be difficult and overwhelming to choose the right place to eat.
I’m here to give you some insight on some of the trendiest restaurants in Palm Beach County that all the millennials are flocking to. From the aesthetic ambiance and delicious food, all these restaurants will impress.
41 E Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton 33432
Anyone who drives down Palmetto Park Road in Boca Raton can see that Kanpai is definitely bringing in the young crowd. This unique asian eatery implements an open floor plan with a knocked down wall to allow diners an outdoor experience while also sitting indoors. Their walls are riddled with mesmerizing paintings influenced by asian culture, giving it that artistic feel. The bar is always packed full of customers and tends to be a meeting spot for a lot of Florida Atlantic University students. Kanpai definitely produces some of the best sushi I have ever had. Make your way over before 6 p.m. to enjoy a sushi boat happy hour where you can pick up plates floating down the stream for as low as $3 a plate. Enjoy low-priced appetizers and sushi rolls while also seeing the skilled sushi chefs at work. If you’re not a fan of sushi, check out their self-grilling experience. They feature several asian bbq items from quality red meat to chicken and veggies. Be entertained while cooking your own Korean bbq!
15 NE 2nd Ave, Delray Beach 33444
If you’re in the mood for some Mexican soul food, you HAVE to check out El Camino. The usually long wait for a table is enough to demonstrate their quality so be sure to make a reservation. The place offers a twist on a classical Mexican restaurant with the common color scheme of green. They truly went all out with interior design to make it feel like a lively environment. El Camino offers a unique twist on classic Mexican dishes. Their Tomatillo sauce paired with their house-made guacamole tastes so fresh that it always hits the spot. Sometimes tacos tend to be heavy but El Camino’s tacos bring the flavor without over-doing the spices and seasonings. Their late night menu features $2 tacos from Carnitas, spicy chicken, veggie, and fish. The margaritas are a must-have, they always leave you with a fresh aroma to satisfy your taste-buds.
52 N Swinton Ave, Delray Beach 33444
This fairly new spot offers an eclectic twist on various types of food, that has quickly taken off. Built in the historic 1924 building in Delray, the ambiance is certainly beautiful. Their lit-up trees create a romantic vibe while also making the restaurant homey. Dada takes normal dishes and puts a twist on them. Their Jalepeno-Agave glazed Salmon with Mexican Quinoa is a must have for seafood lovers. Meat lovers can enjoy a variety of items from Duck Breast, Pork Chops, Short ribs, and Burgers. Vegetarians may have a pick of various appetizer items along with the Mushroom Tikka Masala entree. All their menu items seem so fresh that it really emphasizes that homey feel.
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About the Author
Christina Hristoforidis - I am currently a Senior at Florida Atlantic University studying Communications. I am a Content Writer for the Boca Tribune with a recent emphasis on PR and Marketing. I love to write and share my opinion with others.