Friday, May 10, 2019 / by Jordana Tobel
Interested in the latest restaurants come to Delray Beach's Atlantic Ave? Here's everything you need to know from your local real estate experts at Premier Listings:
BIG TIME TASTE:
Big Time Restaurant Group, the group behind Louie Bossi, is hitting the Ave with its latest and most expensive project to date, Elisabetta's Ristorante Bar & Pizzeria. The finished space will bear no resemblance to its previous occupants, 32 East. Elisabetta will offer 2 floors of dining and bars with an upstairs indoor/outdoor patio area overlooking the avenue, a gelato station, and a beehive-shaped pizza oven. The design team traveled to Italy to bring back Tuscan pieces including a 300 year old fireplace that will be the centerpiece of a private dining room on the 2nd floor. Turn-of-the-century fixtures, including chandeliers, are also part of the decor, which will feature a great deal of wood -- something we love as the main design element for any restaurant or home. Despite it's almost 8 figure renovation budget, Elisabetta's will have a vintage feel and will be unlike any other in the area. 32 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, https://www.elisabettas.com/
Just steps from the Premier Listings Delray Beach office, Suzanne Perrotto, chef/owner of Brule Bistro in Pineapple Grove, is opening a trattoria, Rose's Daughter, also in Pineapple Grove. Occupying the former Max's Harvest space, the trattoria will feature an outdoor patio, full bar and Bastardo’s, a late-night courtyard for music and cocktails, plus continental “grab and go” breakfast café. The vibe will be friendly and inviting, with an authentic "New York" feel including white subway tiles, tons of art, and black & white family photos. Another great Italian option in downtown Delray. 169 NE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach, 561-274-2046
Delray Beach welcomes its latest high end cocktail bar, The Bearded Rooster. At just 800 sq ft, the intimate and dimly lit indoor area will lead to a 1200 sq ft backyard patio and wine garden. With market lights, artificial turf, and potted plants, the bar will focus on old-fashioned cocktails ($10-$11) and rare wines ($5-$6) priced less than its neighbors down the street. Located half a mile from the Swinton/ Atlantic Ave restaurant row, The Bearded Rooster has to have a strong pull to draw visitors from the main drag. One of the first new spots to venture West, this new bar promises to be a staying power now that land has been granted for the $100 million retail-office housing complex called "Atla-West." (More on that in our next newsletter.) 524 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach; 561-774-2988, http://www.bearded-rooster.com/
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