Delray Market Place Has It All

Above: From great restaurants to fashionable boutiques, there is always something fun to do at the Delray Marketplace. Stock Photos.
Above: From great restaurants to fashionable boutiques, there is always something fun to do at the Delray Marketplace. Stock Photos.

By VERONICA HAGGAR

Staff Writer

Delray Marketplace is the place to be. Located on the intersection between Lyons Road and Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, this small shopping center has a lot to offer for people of all ages. It is one of the newest hot spots in Delray.

There are more than 15 stores, 10 restaurants and lounges, two hair salons, one nail salon, a barre studio, spa and a Frank The- ater Cinebowl and Grille.

With options like the Wine Country, Create Your Burger and Shula Burger, customers will not be disappointed.

If anyone is craving Mexican food, Cabo Flats is the place to go. Cabo Flats has a wide variety of options on the menu, and has great specials such as, Fuego Fridays and Taco Tuesdays.

Bella Amici Pizzeria makes top notch pizzas with the perfect New York crust.

“I currently work at Bella Amici as a server, it’s a small Italian restaurant in the plaza,” said Brandon Narpiel, senior. “It’s a great place for people to enjoy some New York style pizza. If you’re in the mood for Italian entrees we have a variety of choices.”

Apeiro Kitchen and Bar has recently opened its doors. Inspired by the Mediterranean culinary culture, Apeiro offers classic dishes from the region.

For the artists, the Pop Culture Vault offers artwork from different collections, and the Polaroid Fotobar helps one create their own masterpiece in minutes.

For the fashionistas, there are many boutiques, including Apricot Lane. The boutique has fabulous fashion, offering a great selection of premium brands.

Stores like Francesca’s, Loft, The Children’s Place and Yankee Candle are located in the shopping center as well.

Frank Theater Cinebowl and Grille covers a huge premise of the mall that is divided into a movie theater and a bowling alley that connects to the restaurant and arcade. The Cinebowl is always a great time for the whole family, especially for the little ones.

 

Veronica Haggar

Veronica Haggar is a senior majoring in multimedia journalism, with a minor in advertising. Haggar is passionate about writing and aspires to be a successful entertainment journalist in the future. She dreams of working as a staff writer and later as an editor-in-chief for a prestigious magazine, such as Vanity Fair, Rolling Stone, Alternative Press or as a television reporter for E! News or MTV.

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