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The Boca Raton Observer article on Apeiro Kitchen & Bar

The Boca Raton Observer – Food & Wine Issue

 

Apeiro Kitchen & Bar Brings The Mediterranean to Delray Beach

When you want to enjoy food from Spain, Greece, Italy, France or Morocco, visit Apeiro Kitchen & Bar, and taste the mouth-watering, flavorful selections. “Dining here is like taking a tour of the Mediterranean,” says Dominique Steffen, director of sales and marketing for the popular Delray beach restaurant. “You can explore new cuisines or return to your favorite destinations.”

Since opening in January 2015, Apeiro has drawn rave reviews from the region’s diners, who appreciate the restaurant’s commitment to tasty dishes, fresh local ingredients and excellent personal service. “We are getting busier and busier every week,” says Steffen.

Apeiro’s menu is divided into multiple sections, offering diners different ways to enjoy their Mediterranean experience. “We encourage our guests to sample and share their dishes, getting a taste of a wide variety of cuisines,” says Steffen. “We have vegetarian and gluten-free options along with many different protein choices. there are small plates, soups and flatbreads to begin your journey, followed by delicious entrees from all over the region. At the end of your meal, our house-made desserts are a definite must!”

This fall, Apeiro is introducing several new dishes such as: Braised Lamb Shank and Shrimp Pesto with House-Made Linguine. “Our wine list and specialty drink menu have also just been updated,” says Steffen. “But, don’t worry, we still have some of our old favorites including the Drunken FrenchMan (a gin-based cocktail); Athena War (made with Deep Eddie’s Grapefruit vodka); and our bottomless Mimosas, Bellinis and Bloddy Marys at brunch.”

Apeiro has just renovated its private dining area, which seats 20 to 25 guests. The restaurant is partially enclosing two out-door patio areas for a more comfortable experience in any season. The West Delray hotspot is open for lunch, dinner and weekend bunch. There’s also a Happy Hour every day from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and late-night specials for the night owls on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 p.m. to close.

“Our great menu, daily specials and inviting ambiance make Apeiro a fun and exciting place to dine,” says Steffen. “We are looking forward to another fabulous season.”

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The Boca Raton Observer – The Food & Wine Issue October 2016

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