schnitzels, bratwurst and pork, with tasty sauerkraut, spätzle and red cabbage on the side. Don’t miss chef-owner Sherry Michel’s signature strudels for dessert. Reviewed10-5-16.
Mastino WoodFired Kitchen Craft Bar — 25 NE Second Ave., Delray Beach, 561-9218687. Neapolitan-style pizza from a wood-burning oven is the star here. But don’t forget Italian small plates, which run from the requisite meatball and ricotta to shaved Brussels sprouts salad and bison sliders. Moderate-expensive. Dinner. Reviewed 6-26-15. Scuola Vecchia Pizza e Vino — 522 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, 561-865-5923. A certified member of the Associazione Pizzaiuoli Napoletani, this restaurant specializes in – you guessed it – Neapolitan pizza. Homemade fettuccini is the noodle of choice. Moderate. Dinner. Reviewed 3-11-16.
Patio Tapas and Beer — 205 SE First Ave., Boca Raton, 561-419-7239. Chef Bryant Fajardo and wife Nathalia bring a bit of authentic Spain to their tiny restaurant, where the best seats are indeed on the patio. Recommended dishes include chicken croquetas and pork belly montadito. Inexpensive-moderate. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed10-16-15.
Gyromania Grill — 7036 W. Palmetto Park Road, Garden Shops, Boca Raton, 561-2888737; 5760 Wiles Road, Coral Springs, 954-345-4511. This locally owned, fast-casual eatery has all the dishes you’d expect to find in a Greek restaurant, from gyros and souvlaki to falafel and moussaka. Order from a counter and wait for your number to be called. Inexpensive-moderate. Lunch, dinner. Reviewed11-04-15.
Table 26° — 1700 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, 561-855-2660. A sophisticated restaurant with a casual look and a menu that melds global influences with upscale comfort food. Expensive. Dinner, Sunday brunch. Reviewed 4-8-16.
Chez Jean-Pierre — 132 N. County Road, Palm Beach, 561-833-1171. Since 1991, JeanPierre and Nicole Leverrier and now their sons have been feeding Palm Beach from their classic French menu. The jacketed