The latest Atlantic Crossing vacation spot will debut this week on Thursday, Feb. 16. Le Colonial brings its French Vietnamese delicacies to Delray Seashore utilizing regionally sourced substances. That is its fifth U.S outpost and coincides with the model’s 30th anniversary, which is helmed by restauranteurs Rick Wahlstedt and Joe King. The 7,000 square-foot area has been reworked with comfortable romantic lighting, lush outside patio and heat earthy tones. Visitors can stay up for dishes just like the crispy South Florida yellowtail snapper, caramelized filet mignon with a garlic confit and tiger prawns served with crispy rice noodles. Le Colonial can even function a swanky bar with plush seating the place you may sip on its signature lychee martini or spicy pineapple margarita.
601 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Seashore; 561/566-1800; lecolonial.com
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