As an artist, I love our time spent vacationing in Boca Raton Florida. We have been visiting there for the past 20 years, and there are definitely some places we call favorites. First up is The Cove, which is actually in Deerfield Beach. It's a great waterfront seafood restaurant on the Intracoastal. It's fun to watch the boats sail by and dock up for dinner.
The next is JB's On The Beach, an oceanfront restaurant in Deerfield. The views are amazing especially right before sunset.
You can walk along the Deerfield Beach Pier (seen here) and check out the beach volleyball games while you are waiting for your table. Now, to Boca Raton. You cannot visit Boca without strolling through Mizner Park, an elegant outdoor shops and restaurants gathering place. Even though it's a chain restaurant, we love to eat at the Yard House. Make sure you ask for an outdoor table to people watch. It's also freezing inside all year long.
If you want to be close to the boats coming in and out of the Boca Inlet, check out the SeaSpray Inlet Grill. Waterfront dining from the Waterstone Resort. Also, be sure to inquire about a happy hour cruise aboard the Palm Breeze, a 55' Catamaran which docks right at the restaurant.
Saving the best two for last, both of these restaurants are located on Palmetto Parkway. Louie Bossi's is an outstanding authentic Italian restaurant with a wonderful outdoor and indoor dining experience. Be sure to start off with their charcuterie board. It's a must.
And finally our favorite restaurant for the delicious seafood fare is Luff's Fish House, bringing you the freshest seafood, directly from the boat to your plate. A dining experience you won't forget. Hats off to the chef! Well, there you have it. Boca has so many wonderful places to go and these are just a few of our favorites!
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