‘Tis the season to be jolly, and these Delray Beach restaurants take celebrating the holidays very seriously. If you’re looking to get into the holiday spirit, allow us to plan your next night out where you can take in all of the breathtaking decorations.
Visiting Fifth Avenue Grille is a must during the holiday season. From November to about mid-January, every inch of the restaurant is beautifully decorated with Christmas lights, trees, nutcrackers, ornaments and ribbons. The restaurant has been decorating like this since 2002, and it takes the staff about three and half weeks to decorate the interior. We recommend visiting Fifth Avenue Grill for happy hour, and sitting at the bar to enjoy a glass of wine from their extensive list, before heading a mile north on Federal Highway to continue the fun.
The next stop is the wildly popular Miracle pop-up bar located at Death or Glory. The Miracle pop-up concept began in New York City in 2014 and now has more than 80 locations throughout the world, including this one in Delray Beach and one at a new location this year, CityPlace in West Palm Beach. Death or Glory really does it up, with Santa on the roof, garlands everywhere and a lot of childhood nostalgia. It’s over the top and perfect.
In addition to the festive decorations, the Miracle experience is all about the cocktails. The beverage menu contains more than 10 drinks, all with fun names. From the Christmopolitan (vodka, elderflower, dry vermouth, spiced cranberry sauce, rosemary, lime, and absinthe mist), to the Snowball Old Fashioned (gingerbread bourbon, wormwood bitters, lemon zest), to the hot-served Bad Santa (apple cider, Applejack, Manzanilla Sherry, lemon, cinnamon syrup, popcorn and bacon butter and baked apple bitters), a night at Death or Glory is sure to satisfy all of your senses.