Happy Herald - Restaurant Reviews https://www.happyherald.com/articles.sec-8479-1-restaurant-reviews.html <![CDATA[Bagel Tree Restaurant]]> With the fiery afternoon sun streaming through the floor to ceiling windows, the elegantly designed interior of Delray Beach’s Bagel Tree glows with an intense light that radiates throughout the dining room. The hypnotic effect is intensified by spectacular angular mirrors that reflect the sparkling wooden floors and a striking granite wall.]]> <![CDATA[Crazy Uncle Mike’s]]> The view that Crazy Uncle Mike’s is Boca Raton’s most innovative venue may seem a bit over the top, but one visit will convince you that this observation is on target. Proprietor Mike Goodwin has assembled a micro brewery, a world class menu and an entertainment package the likes of which has never been seen in Boca.]]> <![CDATA[Boca Bagel Bar Gourmet Deli]]> Boca Bagel Bar raises the bar when it comes to delectable creations. Superlative bagels are freshly baked every morning and are a joy whether you prefer them with one of the dozen tempting schmears or as the foundation for a fabulous breakfast or lunch sandwich.]]> <![CDATA[Conte’s Italian Deli, Gourmet Market and Pizza]]> When does a deli become a gourmet restaurant? When it is owned and operated by the renowned chef, Bob Conte, owner of the now closed Regalo recognized in its heyday as one of Fort Lauderdale’s ten best restaurants.]]> <![CDATA[Delray Grille]]> There is always a place in Delray for a first class grill, especially when the current crop is over priced and nor quite up to par. At the recently opened Delray Grille, cooking is a disciplined art where the inventiveness and refinement of classically modern cuisine shines through.]]> <![CDATA[Killer Dogs]]> Until recently, the only place to purchase a quality beef hot dog was a Kosher deli. All that has changed, however, with the arrival of Delray Beach’s Killer Dogs owned and operated by Kathryn Cohen and Glenn Nathan. This talented duo has not only reformulated the fresh all beef frank, but has transformed it into a gourmet masterpiece.]]> <![CDATA[Waterway Café]]> Open with such masterstrokes such as the Gazpacho with its endearing broth enlivened with cucumber, onions, and tomatoes and capped with crunchy croutons and crème fraiche. “Irresistible” is the best way to describe the Wedge Salad featuring a stack of lettuce served with a delectable blend of shredded carrots, crumbled bacon, blue cheese, red onion, touches of hard boiled egg and a glorious blue cheese dressing.]]> <![CDATA[LChloe Café and Rolled Ice Cream]]> Boca Raton’s Southwest 18 Street is justifiably famous for its collection of fine restaurants, and just before you arrive at Jog Road be sure to visit L’Chloe, a gem of three interconnected pavilions with high pitched roofs. The complex with its vast patio and breathtaking panorama has the flare of a French château`.]]> <![CDATA[Artur’s European Food and Deli]]> Its not often that I sit at a restaurant table surrounded by literally hundreds of gourmet delicacies. Artur’s European Food and Deli in Lantana draws upon the vast culinary traditions of Europe, especially those of the Central and Eastern tiers.]]> <![CDATA[El Atico Market and Café]]> <![CDATA[Emil’s European Sausage Kitchen]]> More than a century ago someone (not Bismarck) made a comparison between laws and sausages, a rather unkind link (no pun intended) because sausages are utterly delicious, especially those from Emil’s European Sausage Kitchen. I have never heard anyone call laws “delicious.]]> <![CDATA[Robot Brewing Co.]]> Attention all Funky Buddha fans. Except for the new sign above the entrance, the spirit and ambiance of Boca Raton’s Funky Buddha is being preserved by Robot Brewing Company.]]> <![CDATA[Pepperoni Grill]]> The spacious dining room is light, airy and filled with works of art that are as soothing as they are charming, Large comfortable booths, polished wooden tables and other furniture provide a muted elegance as do the marble accents of the open kitchen situated near the entrance.]]> <![CDATA[Health Tea Organic Kitchen]]> The interior sports an open kitchen which runs almost the entire length of the dining room. Vibrant shades of green energize the space which has four tables surrounded by elegantly crafted lime green chairs. An enchanting area to the right of the entrance has the élan of a Beatrix Potter tableau.]]> <![CDATA[True, A Maryland Bistro]]> Not only does Robin treat us like family, but her remarkable insights make us want to order everything on the menu. Both of us eagerly awaited the food extravaganza that would shortly be arriving at our table. We were immediately attracted to Frank’s Famous Cream of Crab Soup,.]]> <![CDATA[Oishii  Japanese & Hibachi Restaurant]]> Bubbles, bubbles everywhere: in champagne, soda, beer and now in a delightful form in tea. Boca Raton’s Oishii Japanese Restaurant, has twenty delectable varieties of the uniquely crafted Bubble Tea. What is notable is that the bubbles are tiny spheres of satiny soft tapioca which are sipped through an extra wide straw.]]> <![CDATA[Health Tea Organic Kitchen]]> Not quite your English tea room, Boca Raton’s Healthy Tea Organic Kitchen exudes a charm designed to appeal to a 21 st Century clientele.]]> <![CDATA[Cinnaholic]]> Cinnamon pastries are a staple at most bakeries. They can be in the form of buns , Danishes, coffee cakes, babkas and even deliciously textured cinnamon raisin bread. You can buy them ready to bake in the dairy section or in the freezer section of the supermarket.]]> <![CDATA[The Organic Bean]]> A growing trend in gourmet coffee houses is the use of nitrogen infusions that make each serving less acidic and more caffeinated. The process also makes the beverage rich and creamy without diminishing the inherent goodness of each drop.]]> <![CDATA[Big Joe’s Burgers]]> Not all burgers are created equal and for the very best I recommend a visit to Big Joes Burger’s, a Boca Raton Landmark since 2008. Proprietors Crystal Goodwin and Luis Moyano carry on a tradition of quality and service that are priceless.]]>