Dada Restaurant Hosts Delray Beach Birthday Party With 22-Cent Drinks


Happy birthday to one restaurant which mixes vintage and hipster, romance and surrealism, all in a setting that sparkles at night under a splendid banyan tree.

Dada turns 22 today, October 22. The funky eatery, which inhabits Delray Beach’s 1920s Tarrimore House, will celebrate with 22-cent mojitos on Saturday nights (9-11 p.m.) and $22 entrees all day.

Dada, named after the satirical art movement of the early 1920s, has become a local favorite on Swinton Avenue. Earlier this year it was on Yelp’s list”The 100 Best Places to Eat in the United States

In 2019, Dada earned a spot on Yelp”Top 100 most romantic restaurantsin the country. Honor for the romantic vibe came despite (or perhaps because of) Dada’s setting, which depicts surreal, Dali-esque ants crawling up a wall.

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In addition to the setting and ambiance, regulars love the restaurant’s loyal menu items. Some of these dishes were on the restaurant’s original menu in 2000, says Dada partner Scott Frielich of the Sub-Culture restaurant group. He cites Dada’s mezze board, grilled brie platter and jumbo crab cake appetizers as examples.

At Dada, the best-selling aperitif is the Dada Dates.

The restaurant’s best-selling appetizer, Dada dates, stuffed with goat cheese, chorizo ​​and Manchego and wrapped in black peppercorn bacon, was added in 2002, he says.

“We also brought back our butternut squash ravioli recently,” says Frielich of an original dish that was on the opening menu and has been reintroduced with a twist. “We changed it to a vegan version with roasted garlic cashew cream.”

Saturday’s celebration includes a magic show by artist Karl Koppertop, a performance by Thai Elvis impersonator (8 p.m.), and a show by alternative rock band The Haunt (10 p.m.).

Father : 52 N. Swinton Ave, Delray Beach, 561-330-3232, Subculture.org

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