Friday, March 16, 2012

Prime Catch prime dining in boring Boynton

Prime Catch
700 East Woolbright Rd.
Boynton Beach, FL 33435

Lunch 11:30 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Dinner: M-Th, 4:30-10 p.m.
F; S: 4:30-11 p.m.

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By Jane Feehan

The best thing about Boynton Beach is Prime Catch. No fried fish and burgers-with-fries joint, this eatery serves fresh local seafood such as snapper and grouper. They also specialize in Maine lobster and other shellfish as well as cater to those who seek gluten-free meals.

Most items on the menu are worth repeat performances except the fish and chips; save that for the beach and beer joints. Florida Rock Shrimp Chowder rings bells as do their seafood crepes. Salads and fish are fresh, bread is warm. Those averse to seafood will be pleased with the range of beef and other meat offerings. 
View from patio

On the Intracoastal (the only restaurant in town on this waterway), Prime Catch’s interior is just as pleasant indoors as out on the patio. The lounge area, the best place to eat when the weather is inclement, features a large dark wood pub-style bar and comfy booths. It’s a great setting with a view of the Intracoastal that makes for a relaxing happy hour 4:30-7 pm. downing a drink and an oyster shooter or two.

Prime Catch does an outstanding job with large parties and banquets and is open most holidays. Service is quite good. Both valet and self parking available. Patience is required during the season while waiting for a table. Reservations for parties of five or more. I suggest business casual attire during the evening.

They also own Banana Boat, and Fifth Ave Grill
Tags: Seafood restaurants Palm Beach County, seafood restaurants near Delray, banquets, Intracoastal dining, fine dining, gluten free dining, oyster shooters 

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