Brunch with Max 

Max’s Social House in Delray, known for its craft cocktails and tapas-style dishes, recently announced it will be serving brunch on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The menu includes a range of tasty specialties, from buttermilk biscuits to eggs Benedict, baked strata and short-rib hash. Brunch also includes a $13 bottomless bloody mary bar, which comes with a choice of antipasto or shrimp garnish. Mimosas are not to be left out – with choices such as watermelon and berry. 

Max’s Social House
116 NE Sixth Avenue, Delray
561.501.4332
www.sohodelray.com
 

Steak Sundays! 

Meat Market Palm Beach has announced “Signature Steak Sundays,” where guests can get a taste of Executive Chef Sean Brasel’s steaks at half price every Sunday through August. Options include the 16-ounce Chicago Prime New York – full or half; the 12-ounce filet mignon – full or half; or the 16-ounce prime rib-eye

And don’t miss the daily happy hour from 4 to 7 p.m. with $8 Classic Belvedere Martinis and $7 signature cocktails (including the yummy Highland Sandia – Avion Silver Tequila with Cocchi Americano, fresh-crushed watermelon, citrus and agave).  

Meat Market
191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach
561.354.9800
www.meatmarket.net

 

New York by Way of Downtown Miami  

For the second year in a row, Daniel Boulud’s DBGB Kitchen and Bar will pop up at db Bistro Moderne Miami, offering DBGB’s house-made sausages, burgers, signature baked Alaska and yummy sweet delights. 

Through July 31, Executive Chef Jason Pringle will re-create some of the fan favorites from Chef Boulud’s casual DBGB eateries in New York and Washington, D.C. Menu highlights include: the Iceberg & Blue appetizer with tomato, walnuts, bacon bits and herbs; Thai Sausage with pork, lemon grass, red curry, green papaya, basil fried rice, chili sauce and quail egg; the Piggie Burger, a 7-ounce beef patty topped with BBQ pulled pork, jalapeno mayonnaise and lettuce on a brioche bun; and the Peach Melba Sundae with peaches, Chantilly and raspberry coulis. A new addition to this year’s pop-up includes a “tap takeover” by the acclaimed J. Wakefield Brewery, which will serve three innovative beers.

db Bistro Moderne
255 Biscayne Boulevard Way, Miami
305.421.8800
www.dbbistro.com/miami

 

Welcome back, Armadillo! 

Armadillo Cafe was a local fixture in Davie until it sadly closed in 2009. Luckily, fans of Chef Kevin McCarthy (who worked as executive chef at Gulfstream Park in the interim) can say hello once again to his critically acclaimed Southwest-meets-Florida cuisine, this time on Glades Road in Boca. Look forward to dishes such as Armadillo clams, jalapeno corn fritters and grilled trout. 

Armadillo Cafe
8221 Glades Road #6, Boca Raton
561.405.6152
www.armadillocafe.com