A stroll down Atlantic is a must, period. The town is full of independent shops - I think only 2 national chain stores are on Atlantic (Starbucks and Urban Outfitters). If you want a real, non-suburban-mall-like, ie non-generic experience, avoid these two and hit any of the dozens of indie shops, cafes, and old fashioned stationary/huge, unique gift shops such... 更多
The Avenue has really matured over the years. From fancy cloths to fine dining and live music every night. There is action almost all the time. Really has a great mix of people. I frankly prefer it to south beach.
Greta place; you can visit Atlantic Avenue at ay time of the day. Great restaurants, music and many more to see.
We were staying in Deerfield Beach which has a great waterfront to walk along but only two restaurants on the sea. We were recommended to visit Delray Beach in the evening as there are lots of restaurants and shops down the main road leading to the beach. We parked in a lot which cost us $10 which didn't seem overly... 更多
Came to Delray Beach for a girls weekend and we spent every night on Atlantic Ave. The place was completely packed with so many people and there is something for everyone. Tons of bars and restaurants. Parking is not the best at night, your best best is to valet near where you want to be.
Week after EASTER is always the large arts n crafts show from one end of Atlantic Avenue to the other. There are so many booths set up that everyone shoud b happy to find many wonderful items for their home or for gifts. Then there is a food section with all types of ethnic fresh cooking on the spot. If... 更多
This street is always busy. They have a lot of cute shops along the route. So many restaurants, bars, clubs, coffee houses and ice cream stores. you will not know where to eat! There is parking on this street, but good luck with that. You might have to park in a paid lot off a side street. The people watching... 更多
Great food, drinks, shops! Friendly people! Fun to sit relax and people watch! Easy to get around. Walk or take the free downtowner!
The Atlantic Avenue Strip on a Friday and Saturday night is a happening scene. Too many restaurants and bars to choose from. Parking can sometimes be tough but its quite the experience. I recommend Delray Beach over most of the other beachside communities in southern Florida.
Naturally more crowed (very crowded) at night. Tons of places to eat from moderately priced to higher priced. Crowd very mixed from local, other areas US and international. People friendly. Many restaurants are true winners. Ice Cream really good too. Check out Kilwin's and Sloanes. Sloanes new last year on Atlantic your favorite. Neat shops too.
Great shops, restaurants and sightseeing, especially walking to the beach ( one of the nicest in South Florida) across the intracoastal waterway.
From coffee, snacks, etc. to gormet dinners and art galleries to boat rides and conservative clothing to fun clothes Atlantic Avenue has it all!
Great street to people watch, walk and dine 7 nights a week. Some of the best restaurants are on Atlantic Avenue.The variety of places to eat are numerous. No matter what evening you go it is busy. The best desert is at Kilwins home made ice cream. Over 20 different flavors and homemade chocolate and caramel. A treat for all.
This is a great place to dine, stroll, shop, and people-watch. Sidewalk cafes add to the ambiance, and you can cover the whole area in an hour or so. Bring your kids or your pets.