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Nothing beats a classic dinner date, but sometimes the obvious places go stale. When impressing a potential significant other or keeping a lit flame burning, there comes a time where the same ol’ same ol’ just doesn’t cut it anymore.
We can argue that you will not find a restaurant quite as unique as Delray Beach’s Dada. Converted from a historic 1924 home and named from an European art movement, you dine in a place with as much personality as your food. Using only locally grown ingredients, you’re supporting multiple small businesses while never exactly knowing what meat, starch, or vegetable of the day might be, just that it’ll be good.
Must order: The “Butcher”