sub·cul·ture ˈsəbˌkəlCHər / noun a : cultural group within a larger culture, often having beliefs or interests at variance with those of the larger culture.

“With its eclectic menu ranging from bacon-wrapped dates and crab cakes to chicken harissa, Dada has been a fixture in the Delray Beach dining scene for as long as anyone can remember. You’ll want to start with a seat at the bar — snug as it is — for one of the establishment’s famous flavored mojitos before settling in for a multicourse meal. Portions are generous and the food is decadent, so sharing is encouraged. Servers recommend the house specialties including the roast duck and habanero-maple glazed salmon. Dining here is a cultural activity, too. The restaurant doubles as a trip back in time, situated within one of the oldest historic homes in town — the Tarrimore house — built around 1924. While the dining room feels homey and buzzy, nothing beats a seat outside beneath the softly lit branches of the yard’s massive banyan tree.” (actually it’s a ficus tree 🕵

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