Delray Beach Market grand opening celebration featured live performances from The Atlantic High School Eagles Marching Band, circus performers, stilt walkers, balloon artistry, train rides, kids games, balloon animal art, a superhero show, donut decorating, and other exciting family-fun surprises. Gov. Ron DeSantis and Palm Beach Mayor Dave Kerner took part in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Delray Beach Market is home to over 25 unique vendors serving fast-casual fare such as pizza, seafood, ice cream, sushi, empanadas, bowls, baked goods, kebobs, plant-based dishes, and more. The 150,000 square foot facility, Florida’s largest food hall, is just a few blocks south of Atlantic Avenue’s dining district.
The main hall of the market on the first floor features a central bar serving up seasonal cocktails and a build-your-own Bloody Mary area. Additionally, there’s a dedicated craft beer bar serving brews from Florida; while on the mezzanine level, there’s an open kitchen surrounded with lounge areas along with an additional bar.
Restaurants on the ground floor include Sorella’s, a pasta outpost by Florida-based chef Jimmy Everett, Bona Bona, featuring over-the-top ice cream and milkshake creations, Tekka Bar serving up hand-rolls and sake, Tiffin Box offering Indian fare, Dad’s Favorite, serving up smash burgers and fries, Vote for Pedro Mexican fare and guacamole; and many more.
Visitors can also gear up for a day on the ocean at local retail icon Nomad, a family-owned and operated veteran surf shop established in 1968, offering quintessential surf, swim and beach apparel collections, skate apparel and more. #DelrayBeachMarket @DelrayBeachMarket