Foodie Urban Revues

Rose’s Daughter | New Delray Beach Restaurant

When you think of Downtown Delray Restaurants, oftentimes you think of “The Ave” Well, you won’t find this gem on the strip.

Rose’s Daughter, Located at 169 NE 2nd Ave in Delray Beach, Florida is a new rustic romantic restaurant that is a #MustTry.

Last night I had the enjoyment of going out to eat with my boyfriend, his family, and their friends who have been visiting from out of the country and it truly was a hot spot. Just last weekend we tried to get in but, wait times were very long (This was to be expected) If you’re looking to get a table on a Friday or Saturday I definitely recommend making a reservation.

Rose’s Daughter has lovely seating options both inside and outside. No matter where you sat you were able to enjoy a beautiful ambiance, comfortable seating, music, and perfect service.

The menu was very traditional American Italian and there were plenty of yummy options. I ordered the Linguine with Middle Neck Clams and was pleasantly surprised. I’m always a little weary about ordering fish at new restaurants but, I was really craving clams for a while and couldn’t help myself. I’m glad I did because they were delicious!

 

Here are some other dishes guests at our table ordered.

 

And another…

 

One of my favorite parts of this restaurant is everything is made around you. The kitchen & cooks are cooking in the dining room and you can literally see the chef garnishing the dishes. It truly was an interesting sight. This made me enjoy my meal so much more.

 

Another detail I enjoyed was the bar seating. They had bar seating by the “Kitchen” and by the liquor bar. There was also another beautiful bar on the outside with more seating. Unfortunately, I didn’t get a good picture, I guess you’ll have to find out for yourself 🙂

 

I would recommend this place for anyone going on a date, going out with family, hosting visitors, or even a girl’s night out. Let me know in the comments how your experience was.

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