Check Out These Boynton Beach Foodie Havens

Check out These Boynton Beach Foodie Havens
Posted on February 13, 2017

The city of Boynton Beach can offer its residents many of life’s finer things. A beautiful city nestled on the coast of the Atlantic Ocean surrounded by the best weather, beaches, shopping…and of course food! Hop on the boat and see for yourself. These waterfront culinary wonders in Boynton Beach are sure to make your mouth water and your stomach crave:

  1. Prime Catch
    700 E. Woolbright Road, Boynton Beach.

If Prime Catch doesn’t snare you with its water views and polished interior, its skillfully prepared food will do the trick. Prices are expensive yet reasonable for on-the-water dining, and the food delivers. Such appetizers as corn-meal-dusted oysters and pan-seared shrimp will get your dinner off to a rousing start. Follow that with a choice from one of the most varied fish menus in South Florida. Grilled, fried, broiled, or sautéed, the fish is fresh and filleted on premises — and prepared with care by chef John Calandro.

  1. Old Key Lime House
    300 E. Ocean Ave., Boynton Beach

This pastel-hued waterfront structure was built in 1889; the restaurant didn’t come around till a century later. Old Key Lime House is a huge draw for tourists and locals who frequent the Chickee-hut bar on the water and come for its seafood by car and boat. The island-themed eatery is known for its Caribbean flair with foods — shrimp gazpacho and coconut fish fingers are typical starters, but clams, fish dip, and peel-and-eat shrimp make for a bar menu or small meals. Save room for the signature Key lime pie.

  1. Two Georges

728 Casa Loma Blvd., Boynton Beach

Since 1957, this former fish shack, where patrons once sat outside on wooden cable spools, has been serving locally caught seafood. Expanded into a sprawling compound of restaurant, and tiki bars, it still has the salty tang of a fisherman’s hangout, with an air-conditioned dining room, if you must.

  1. Banana Boat

739 E. Ocean Ave., Boynton Beach

12 million. That’s how many people the Banana Boat estimates it has served since opening in 1978 in then-sleepy Boynton Beach. Today, this bustling spot next to Two Georges is boat bar central, with weekends seeing a steady stream of mariners tying up for a frosty few, peel ‘n eats or conch fritters.

Lucky for residents of Peninsula on the Intracoastal, all of this flavor is just minutes away. is nearby. During the time homeowners spend at Peninsula, they will find their homes luxurious and easy to maintain allowing more time for fun. Don’t wait any longer to enjoy the waterfront lifestyle you’ve always imagined. Designer Model Homes are open daily at Peninsula in Boynton Beach. 3-Story townhomes from the $300s, expansive Condominiums from the $400s.

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