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New Delray - Formerly Buschs

coffeyucf May 11, 2010 09:10 AM

Just read an article in the PBP talking about development out west near the turnpike. However there was an interesting blip about plans for the old Buschs on Atlantic near the bridge.


If anyone has any details on Burt's at the Bridge I'd love to hear it. Or maybe someone can even make somethign up to make it sound cool and exciting :-)

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    BocaHerb May 12, 2010 09:23 AM

    J can't believe that Burt is going to invest $2.4 million to build a Max's Grille in west Delray in an area surrounded by retirement communities. He better have some serious early bird specials. going all night

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    1. re: BocaHerb
      smartie May 12, 2010 03:42 PM

      we live not all that far away from Atlantic and Lyons (maybe 10 or so minutes) but nothing would get me to go West for dinner and certainly not Max's Grille which I don't think is anything special anyhow. I am really surprised they want to take a chance so far west but maybe the oldies will think it's trendy.

      I would give the old Busch's site a try, location is nice, parking not great but ok, worth a try when they open.

      1. re: smartie
        Asumnuthin May 13, 2010 09:06 AM

        I will also try the bridge operation when it opens; if nothing else it has location on its side, not the same story for the west Max’s grill. I am generally a fan of the boca outpost, despite my last trip there for brunch in March, very disappointing service and food.

        I will admit I am a bit biased I worked at Henrys for a few years and thus know Burt, but he does run a quality ship. Will be interested to see what appears in the bush’s spot. Do we think Bellme is working on that menu too?

    2. CFByrne May 14, 2010 04:15 AM

      OK coffeyucf, here's something that hopefully sounds at least a little "cool and exciting" r.e. Burt's at the Bridge, and not made up! From Bill Citara in Boca Magazine:

      "The idea is “casual good food,” with seafood, burgers and more coming off a wood-fired grill; a raw bar; live music on weekends; indoor dining for 150 and outdoor eats (on two waterfront patios) for another 100. Oh, and there’s a good chance a wine bar featuring boutique wines from California will go upstairs too."


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