The Ultimate Guide To Waterfront Dining | Boca Raton Waterfront Dining
Boca Raton is synonymous with the beautiful shining strands of shoreline, abundantly lush deciduous gardens, and a glamorous lifestyle between it all. Perhaps nowhere is the fusion between our natural environment and luxury lifestyle better than our many waterfront dining options. For those moving to or visiting Boca Raton, we're sure a beautiful waterfront dinner is top of mind after settling in. Whether along our sprawling Intracoastal or right on the beach, here's our Ultimate Guide to Waterfront Dining in Boca Raton.
Boasting over 3,800 sterling Google reviews, JB's on the beach is first on our list for a reason. Though technically a Deerfield Beach location, it's too close and too lauded to omit from our list. Featuring a lovely blue/white nautically styled interior, the beach club vibe is felt in every square foot of JB's. Just a few feet from the beach view is a wooded walkway that takes you right to the sand. For the perfect endcap to a wonderful day on Deerfield Beach, find a spot at JB's.
With so little coming from Hollywood these days, we're not surprised some confuse Oceans 234 with an ill-fated sequel to the infamous heist films (just kidding.) In 2002, The Ranch House restaurant was purchased by the Pallaria family, demolished, and replaced with this beautiful Deerfield Beach locale. Their cocktail menu extends from the eloquent to the exotic, with their unique cocktail menus bringing rare liquors and fascinating infusions to your palate. Their floorplan and expansive balcony offer views of our Atlantic Ocean from nearly every point in the restaurant. Their remarkable menu not only features the best in seafare, but it also includes vegan & vegetarian options for those more selective diners.
The Boca Landing is a part of the larger, talismanic Waterstone Resort Marina, a Waldorf Astoria property. The Boca Landing overseas majestic Lake Boca and our larger Intracoastal waterways, with towering glass windows yielding incredible sunset views to diners seated in all corners of the restaurant. The Waterstone Resort is popular for weddings, date nights, and formal events. Their interior design - white tablecloths, cream cushioning, and wicker-wood furniture, evoke a classic Boca Raton environment for the couple looking for an intimate vibe on the water.
Owned by the Scaggs family, restauranteurs with a track record dating to the 1940s. Originating in Maryland, this family's history of restaurant ownership is synonymous with seafood, pub fare, and a lively waterfront dining environment. In 2010, the family bought The Cove restaurant and changed the name to Two Georges at The Cove. A popular spot for weekend boaters, Two George's offers waterside access via its adjacent dock and features a more relatable, affordable waterfront dining environment than most in Boca Raton.
Located adjacent to the aforementioned Boca Landing fine dining restaurant. The sunkissed rum bar & grill is also known on the premises as the Seapspray Inlet Grill. The Rum Bar & Grill at the Waterstone resort is the casual, light-fare complement to the finer, fancier Boca Landing restaurant. Happy Hour runs from 4 PM to 6 PM on weekdays, featuring $7 appetizers, well drinks, house wines, and $5 drafts.
Latitudes Restaurant of Highland Beach is situated along the water between the north point of Boca Raton and the southernmost access to Delray Beach. Situated within the Delray Sands resort, Latitudes is the crown jewel of the resort, offering fresh coastal cuisine amid an indoor/outdoor dining area that the resort refers to as "beach chic luxury." The restaurant transforms with the time of day - offering a barista bar, chef's choice seafood bar, and a refined main dining room. If you're looking to be as close as possible to these extraordinary views, the Alfresco Ocean Terrace is the place for you.
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