If you are looking for a food guide in Coconut Creek, you are on the right place!
This is a hidden gem of a local eatery in Coconut Creek that I have visited several times. The food is exceptionally good and the wine pairing is phenomenal. A wine bar/craft beer and eclectic fusion bistro set in a fun cozy spot for wine lovers, and foodies. Try one of Chef Judith’s one of a kind dishes that accentuate the fusion of Caribbean, European and American cuisines. Some of the selections include: Octopus flatbread, fish tacos, empanadas, Petite Filet Mignon with wild mushroom risotto, Bordeaux reduction, Empanadas Jerk Chicken, Avocado dipping sauce, Fish and chips Cod, minted pea puree, sweet potato fries, Herb & Spice Pan Seared Duck Breast Pumpkin risotto, apple cider demi glace. Come and visit Swirl Wine Bistro in Coconut Creek!
This is a chain of restaurants around the country, but Coconut creek is happy to have this upscale casual dining winery in our neighborhood. Their mission statements says “We passionately believe that food and wine hold the power to forge lasting connections, setting the table for a life well lived. We invite you to join us for an experience filled with memorable moments built upon food, wine, and friendship. Cheers!” How’s that for a mission statement? Some of the tasty dishes include: Appetizers: Asian ahi tuna sashimi, crispy brussels sprouts with Cashews, Mint, Sweet Aioli Chili, Sesame-Sriracha Aioli, red wine braised short ribs, chicken madeira BIN 90 Mushroom, Fontina, Mary’s potatoes, asparagus, cilantro ranch chicken sandwich BIN 79 Cheddar, Applewood smoked bacon, avocado, and seasoned mayo.
Monthly Variety Membership is $19.99 FOR 1 BOTTLE per month and $37.99 FOR 2 BOTTLES. Select our exclusive Wine of the Month or swap for other wines† on the menu. This is definitely a must visit spot in Coconut Creek.
NYY Steak, located inside the Seminole Casino in Coconut Creek, is the fanciest eatery in town. When you eat here, you will dine like legends, as you indulge in world-class dining at the award-winning NYY Steak. Treat yourself to hand-selected dry-aged USDA Prime steaks, aged in their in-house Butcher Shop for a minimum of 21 days. Savor pristine seafood, tempting desserts and expertly curated wine, beer, and spirits—all presented with perfection and signature Yankee touches.
NYY Steak has been awarded the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for a wine list that offers an interesting, well-chosen selection of quality producers, along with a thematic match to the menu’s cuisine in both price and style, appealing to a wide range of wine lovers. NYY Steak has been voted Best North Broward Restaurant in SouthFlorida.com’s Best of South Florida. Additionally, TripAdvisor has recognized NYY Steak’s positive guest reviews with their Certificate of Excellence award in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 and 2019, honoring the restaurant in their Hall of Fame program.
Some of the most popular dishes include: Clams and oysters in the half shell, French onion soup, lobster bisque, classic season, wedge salad, filet mignon or lobster are amongst the favs, NY style cheese cake, crème Brule or colossal chocolate cake, dark chocolate cake, chocolate mousse and house-made fudge. Enjoy a taste of New York by visiting NYY Steak in Coconut Creek.
Ethos serves authentic Greek & Mediterranean Cuisine – ethos is a Greek word meaning “character” or the fundamental values of cultures, ideas and customs. In short, the distinct spirit of a culture.
They have a contemporary ambiance and serve a modern take on most of their dishes that derive from family recipes past down from generations. Ethos Greek Bistro’s cooking style is vastly based on the native island of Crete, situated at the most southern part of Greece and surrounded by the Aegean and Mediterranean seas. Crete, the birthplace of the Mediterranean diet, is considered to be light, mainly vegetarian and seafood-based with less emphasis on red meats and pasta.
Influenced by one of the healthiest cuisines known, the goal of ethos is to showcase their unique take on authentic Greek and Mediterranean cuisine through an exciting array of modernized dishes for today’s palette. Their meze style plating is best when sampled by all. Vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options are available. They are proud to be the Coconut Creek. Some favorites include: Tzatziki with fresh pita, Hummus with fresh pita, Greek salad, falafels, calamari, lamb chops, Branzino, grilled shrimp, steak, and amazing salads. You can find Ethos in Promenade Shopping Center at Coconut Creek.
Sette Mezzo is one of my favorite local hangouts for Italian food and to see a familiar face in Coconut Creek. Rita and her husband, Franco Filippone, are the owners and he is the Chef of Sette, he started his career in the restaurant business at the side of his father, after the family emigrated from Palermo, Sicily to open their now historic restaurant in upstate New York. After a long apprenticeship in the family restaurant, Franco relocated to South Florida, where he applied his culinary skills at such world class restaurants. The service at Sette is second to non, say hello to my favorite server, Queta. Some of the favorites on the menu include: Arancini, (saffron rice balls with meat, peas, and mozzarella in the center), Bianca’s meatballs, served over ricotta cheese and topped with Pomodoro sauce, Rita’s vongole, little neck clams simmered in a garlic or Pomodoro wine broth with spaghetti, Pappardelle con Pollo ,garlic, oil, roasted tomatoes, chicken, porcini mushrooms, and arugula, chicken Parmigiana, veal, chicken marsala, pasta and pizza’s are also excellent. Certainly a favorite here in Coconut Creek.
Saito’s is my favorite local spot for Hibachi here in Coconut Creek. The Hibachi chef’s always do a great job of presenting their cooking in a style that is both fun and entertaining. This Japanese steakhouse has an enormous variety of sushi, sashimi, temaki, hosomaki and house special rolls, as well as lobster, shrimp, scallops and calamari. The hibachi chefs slice, dice and toss some of the most succulent Kobe beef and filet, along with chicken and even ostrich.
Teriyaki menu items include Chilean sea bass, scallops, ostrich and duck, while stir fry selections include lobster, shrimp, Kobe beef and tofu. Saito’s offers a variety of tempura dishes like combination tempura, which is lightly-battered jumbo shrimp, chicken and vegetables, as well as seafood tempura, which includes jumbo shrimp, fish, crab, and vegetables.
Guests enjoy sitting at the sushi bar or lively hibachi-style dining. The hibachi chefs slice, dice, toss, and prepare meals directly in front of their patrons. Whether it’s teriyaki, stir fry, tempura (lightly battered), katsu (deep fried), sushi, or hibachi, our restaurant serves plenty of Asian food in Coconut Creek.
This is the newest addition to our list of eateries in Coconut Creek. This is a unique place for both authentic tacos and authentic sushi. They are breaking the seal. A fusion of the best of “Mexi-Crasian” food culture mixed with everything great about South Florida. When I was there, I had the most amazing sushi taco, I had ever tasted. Of course this was the first of its kind for me, but it was spectacular. Their specialty drinks are also delicious. You can find: Street tacos and sushi tacos, roll a fatty burritos, with birria and jerk flavorings, along with churros, quesadillas, as they serve a tasty super eclectic menu.
There you have it, the best places to eat in Coconut Creek. I hope you check these out and save them to your must-eat places when you visit Coconut Creek.