There are some phenomenal experiences to have in Boca Raton. You can learn and become one with nature at the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center, take in a concert at the Mizner Park Amphitheater, or relax and visit some of the best beaches Florida has to offer. You can also opt to indulge a little and visit one or more of the quality eateries and restaurants serving up mouth-watering food in exceptional atmospheres. Read on to learn about our list of the best restaurants here in Boca.

Le Sorelle Restaurant

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If you’re on a quest for some of the most delicious Italian food and drool-worthy pizza, you’ve found your treasure. Le Sorelle Italian Restaurant specializes in authentic Italian cuisine in an Italian-style location. With Italian food, seafood, brick oven pizza, a wine list and a full bar, you’re certain to find something that appeals to you. Because Le Sorelle offers the traditional dishes you expect from a fine Italian restaurant and new and creative menu options, each time you go you’ll find something new. 

We suggest you try a wood-fired brick oven pizza, fresh and warm. The crunchy crust and gooey cheese are a classic yet unforgettable flavor combination. If you’re wanting something a little more adventurous for your tastebuds, the Linguine Le Sorelle is an excellent option. Fresh linguine pasta is served with pomodori pelati sauce and calamari, shrimp, mussels, and clams. 

Le Sorelle, at 6020 N Federal HIghway, is open daily from 3 to 10 p.m. for dinner service and Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. for lunch. They offer both take out and delivery. For more information, or to make a reservation, call 561-235-5301.

Abe and Louie’s Steakhouse Restaurant

Abe and Louie’s Steakhouse is a classic American restaurant with unique flavor combinations and supreme service. Walking through the doors you know you are in a place of style and elegance. The elite steakhouse offers weekend brunch, lunch Monday through Friday, and dinner daily. When you’re craving a juicy steak cooked to perfection, Abe and Louie’s does not disappoint. 

To begin your meal, try the tuna tartare. It is perfectly hand-cut Ahi tuna, served with avocado, cucumber, caviar, and wasabi peas. For your entree, we suggest you try the Australian wagyu. The 12-ounce steak has a rich butter flavor with a caramel-like crust. Per your liking, you can add on Vermont cheddar, bleu cheese, a demi-glaze, or splurge and order the lobster tail to go with your steak for $25 extra. The steak pairs perfectly with any number of wines from the available wine list. Ask your server for suggestions. Round out your meal with the house-made cheesecake, served with seasonal berries. You won’t regret it. 

Abe and Louie’s Steakhouse is at 2200 Glades Road. The restaurant opens Monday through Friday for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on Saturday and Sunday for brunch from 11 a.m. to 3p.m. Dinner is served daily from 4 to 10 p.m. For information, or to make a reservation, call 561-447-0024.

Twenty Twenty Grille

Twenty Twenty Grille is a must-try if you are in the Boca area and love sustainable eating. Executive Chef Ron Weisheit uses organic farm-raised produce, line-caught fish, sustainable grass-fed meats, and local South Florida produce to create delicious dishes with a modern flair. With over 25 years of experience informing his decisions and the menu at Twenty Twenty Grille, you can be certain your meal and experience will be unforgettable.

Start your dining experience with the Twenty Twenty Charcuterie featuring house-cured meat and salami,  TTG pickles, gorgonzola, and a baguette. If you like fish, try the coffee-spiced black grouper. This savory meal includes gumbo shrimp, roasted pepper, ricotta ravioli, and crispy okra. Or, order the equally delicious Twenty Twenty Pasta. This menu item features grilled chicken as your protein, with tagliatelle, toasted tomatoes, broccoli rabe, cashews, spinach, chicken jus, and goat cheese. Finish your meal with a light Orange Cream Sickle Creme Brulee. This silky orange and creme custard is topped with berries and perfectly concludes your meal. 

Twenty Twenty Grille is ready to serve you at 141 Via Naranjas, in Royal Palm Place. The restaurant is open Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday from 5 to 8:30 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 5 to 9 p.m. It is open for both dine in and carry out. For more information, or to make a reservation or place an order, call 561-990-7969.

Dubliner Irish Pub

For a more casual dining experience with food and drink that are equally delectable, head over to Dubliner Irish Pub. Dubliner features Irish inspired menu options, with menu items like shepherd’s pie, fish and chips, house-cured corn beef, and fresh seafood. There is a full bar, complete with a list of whiskey and bourbon. If you want a drink with a little less bite but still packed with flavor to go with your bangers and mash, choose one of their specialty beers. The atmosphere is extremely welcoming, and their catch-phrase, ‘where strangers become friends’ rings true. You’ll find an array of different sporting events on the screens as well as live music booming each night. 

You’ll find the Dubliner Irish Pub at 435 Plaza Real in Mizner Park. Regular business hours are Sunday through Thursday from 4 p.m. to midnight and Friday and Saturday from 4 p.m. to 2 a.m. Sunday doors open for brunch as well. Special include Karaoke on Mondays and Trivia on Tuesday. For more information, call 561-620-2540.

So there you have it. Titan Funding has enjoyed sharing with you our list of the best restaurants in Boca Raton. When you’re looking for a satisfying meal, consider one of these options. You’ll be happy you did. What do you think of our list? Did we miss your favorite spot to grab a quality meal? If we did, let us know! Leave us a message sharing your ideas and we’ll be happy to check out your suggestions.