For those of you who don’t reside in the 305 or just don’t want to deal with Miami’s infamous traffic and parking, there are many restaurants north of County Line Road where one can have a delicious and memorable Valentine’s Day. Whether you decide to dine on bustling Las Olas Boulevard or in quirky Delray Beach, Joonbug’s Broward/Palm Beach dining guide for V-day will help point you in the right direction. Here are a few of our picks:
Big City Tavern
609 E. Las Olas Blvd
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Unfortunately, Japan suffered yet another earthquake and a tsunami warning yesterday, almost a month since the initial earthquakes and tsunami hit the island country. Thankfully, many national and local businesses are still offering ways to continue helping Japan relief efforts. Joonbug will post ways you can help businesses whose proceeds go to rescue and relief efforts.
Next week, City Oyster & Sushi Bar, one of Downtown Delray Beach’s most beloved restaurants for 10 years running, is making a commitment to support disaster relief efforts in Japan by donating 10% of sales from all sushi menu items from April 11-17 to the American Red Cross. You can help those affected by the earthquake and tsunami throughout the Pacific by ordering any of their sushi menu appetizers including Seaweed Salad, Shrimp Goyza or Kobe Beef Tataki. Or, choose from their 30 plus roles including the Kamikaze (tuna, masago, scallions, jalapeños, tempura flakes, spicy soybean mayo), Beauty & the Beast (half eel, half tuna, scallions, avocado, cucumber, red and black topeko, eel sauce), Oyster Dynamite (oysters, clam, real crab meat, baked with soybean mayo & spicy mayo), or the Mexican (shrimp tempura, spicy mayo, avocado, scallions) to name a few.
Stayed tuned for other Japanese relief efforts that we post throughout the month.
City Oyster & Sushi Bar
213 E. Atlantic Ave, Delray Beach