The Boca Raton lifestyle is all about living your best life. And Boca Bayou in Boca Raton is a great place to do it!
Fabulous food is a big part of the Boca lifestyle, whether you are looking for a new restaurant or for a condo in Boca Bayou with a newly renovated kitchen where you can enjoy preparing your own food and drinking coffee on your balcony overlooking the water and the graceful boats.
Are You Getting Hungry?
If you are interested in making Boca Bayou your home, contact Boca Raton real estate expert Lynn Johnsen. If you are interested in making reservations, there is no shortage of amazing restaurants in Boca.
Here are just a few of the most popular places to eat in Boca Raton:
- Farmer’s Table: The food is fresh and sourced sustainably. The focus is on clean food that is healthy, delicious, and satisfying without the need for excess fat, sodium or preservatives.
- Tanzy Italian Restaurant: this Mizner Park destination features garden fresh and modern dishes served in amid a trendy and upscale decor. They offer brilliant modern twists to classic dishes. Brunch, happy hour and dinner—they have it all.
- Lemongrass Hot Pot: This casual eatery offers delicious food and affordable prices. You’ll find individual burners for the hot pot at your table. Choose a soup base (broth), then pick your protein, like seafood, poultry or pork. Then, to make things a little more interesting, you will find a conveyer belt with various veggies and noodles that you can grab and throw into your hot pot. It’s a fun way to eat Asian food!
- Cake Stand Desserts and Baked Goods: Sometimes breakfast favorites, desserts, freshly ground coffee and specialty iced teas are just exactly what you crave. At the Cake Stand, you will find traditional desserts like Key lime pie, dark chocolate mousse cake, and red velvet cake, as well as hand-rolled croissants, freshly baked muffins, and scones.
If you have a favorite restaurant that you would like to recommend to folks moving into one of the beautiful condominiums at Boca Bayou in Boca Raton, contact Lynn Johnsen.