Restaurant Roundup


South Beach restaurant opens new Delray location

South Beach’s Sardinia Enoteca Ristorante has a new Delray Beach location.

The restaurant, which has been in Miami since 2006 features an “authentic Italian fare.”

Co-owners Antonio Gallo and Pietro Vardeu have recreated the ambiance and cuisine of the Italian island that serves as the restaurant’s namesake at the South Delray Shopping Center.

Casual yet elegant, the wood-burning oven imparts a smoky impudence to grilled or baked meat and fish. And the open kitchen allows customers to satisfy their curiosity and find out what’s cooking.

For more information, visit or follow on Instagram at @SardiniaRistorante.

Duffy’s Sports Grill opens new West Boca location

Duffy’s Sports Grill is now open at Mission Bay Plaza.

The opening of this location marks the 35th location of the family-owned sports-themed restaurant.

“Since our first Boca location opened in 2002, we have heard countless times that our MVPs wished we had another location further west,” said Duffy’s Sports Grill President, Jason Emmett. “When we learned of the opportunity in the Mission Bay Plaza we knew it would be a perfect location for us. The West Boca area has always been a market we’ve wanted to have a presence in, and we look forward to welcoming our new neighbors, as well as our existing MVP’s, to dine in our newest location.”

The 9,000-square-foot restaurant will offer extensive indoor and outdoor seating for up to 324 patrons, including a large lakefront patio. 90 high definition 65-inch 4K flat screen TV’s will broadcast all satellite sports action.

Caffe Luna Rosa starts Thirsty Thursdays

Quench your thirst with Thirsty Thursdays at Caffe Luna Rosa.

With your purchase of an entree at breakfast or lunch on Thursday, you can enjoy bottomless bellinis and mimosas for $15 between 7 a.m. and 3 p.m.

“This is a great value for anyone who enjoys these two drinks,” says Caffe Luna Rosa partner Bonnie Beer.

Created by the restaurant’s bar manager and server Sean Nathan, Thirsty Thursday is one more way for Caffe Luna Rosa to reach out to both familiar and new customers.

Nathan’s second new menu addition is the Frosé, a frozen handcrafted cocktail combining Rosé Wine, Fragoli, an Italian wild strawberry liqueur, and a few secret ingredients.