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Apr 13, 2011 03:57 PM

Boca Raton restaurants

Going to Boca next week, thinking of the following restaurants: Max's grille, Racks, Table 42, Morimoto. Looking for good food, lively ambiance( I know, I know, Boca is not exactly Miami). Will be staying at the Boca Resort. Any thoughts and/or other recommendations? Thanks for the help!

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  1. I like Table 42, Max's Grille is ok, you could try Seasons 52, there is also Villagio.

    Seasons 52
    2300 NW Executive Center Dr, Boca Raton, FL 33431

    1. If your looking for a lively spot I def would not recommend seasons 52... Zed 451 on a weekend is a lot of fun in mizner, vivo on federal is a personal favorite too!

      1. I agree that Max's Grille is just ok but the plus side is it's in the middle of Mizner Park which has a bunch of great shops, a yogurt place, starbucks and some bars. You could even go down there and take a look at some of the other restaurants and see what appeals to you most. Racks is also located in Mizner Park. The cheese course is very casual but has amazing cheeses and a bunch of tasty meats, sandwiches and salads. You can sit outside and enjoy your food and wine and then go to Zed or the Dubliner for more of a bar scene.

        1. There's also a great Turkish restaurant called Anatolia Mediterranean at 212 S. Federal Hwy. Many fantastic dishes, but my favorite is the fire-roasted octopus. BYOB.

          Also, in Mizner there a great place called Truluck's. Great seafood, especially crabs.

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          1. re: claudiag

            I like Anatolia, great for a crowd because it works out very reasonable, try their deep fried chicken livers. Don't forget it's BYOB with no corkage because they don't serve ANY alcohol.

          2. and if your just looking for light food try hotdogopolis on federal highway a mile north of spanish river for true chicago maxwell street polish sausage or chicago style dogs from vienna with adictive fresh cut peanut oil fries