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Dine Out Downtown Delray Beach Restaurant Month

If you like a good dining deal, you'll be thrilled to hear that the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority is bringing back Downtown Delray Beach Restaurant Month. This year's event will be Sept. 1-30, 2023. Participating restaurants will offer three-course prix-fixe breakfasts, lunches and dinners, plus offer some takeout options and events.

And now, some restaurants have extended their deals through October 31, 2023. 

(Photo courtesy of Rocco's Tacos & Tequila Bar)

These restaurants have extended their dining deals through October 31, 2023:

  • Amar: $45 prix fixe menu
  • Avalon: $45 prix fixe menu
  • Costa OK&M?: $45 prix fixe menu
  • Dada: $45 prix fixe menu?
  • Le Colonial: $55 prix fixe menu
  • Original Popcorn House: BOGO deal
  • The Bridge Cafe: $10 Breakfast Deal?
  • The Wine Room: $25 prix fixe lunch menu, $65 prix fixe dinner menu
  • Rocksteady Steakhouse: $85 prix fixe menu + glass of wine

As with any great deal going on, be sure to make your reservations for Dine Out Downtown Delray Beach Restaurant Week well in advance, as they will fill up quickly. Know that these deals cannot be combined with any other deals, offers, or coupons — and be sure to tip generously.

Participating restaurants so far include 50 Ocean, Amar Mediterranean Bistro, Atlantic Grille, Bru's Room Bar & Grill, Deck 84, J&J Seafood Bar & Grill, Lemongrass Asian Bistro, Lionfish, Meso Beach House, Ramen Lab, Rocco's Tacos & Tequila Bar, Silverball Retro Arcade and The Office Delray. More restaurants are being added. 

For more information about Dine Out Downtown Delray restaurant week and to see the full list of restaurants participating, visit:

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