Delray Beach

Delray is often considered the "hidden gem" of Palm Beach County.


Palm Beach County’s “hidden gem,” Delray Beach is a hip coastal city with a thriving arts scene

Delray Beach is a charming coastal city in Southeast Florida famous for its bustling main street, perfect beach weather, and incredible arts scene within the Pineapple Grove Arts District. Originating as a small farming village, Delray Beach has grown tremendously into a vibrant community home to almost 70,000 residents.

​​​​​​​Despite its fast evolution, Delray is often considered the "hidden gem" of Palm Beach County. It might be lesser-known than Boynton Beach and Boca Raton, but Delray is a hip, intimate resort destination with sophisticated big-city vibes. It was previously voted the "Most Fun Small Town in America" by USA Today and Rand McNally.

​​​​​​​What to Love​​​​​​​

  • Incredible beaches
  • Pineapple Grove Arts District
  • Hip nightlife
  • Scenic bike rides
  • Festivals
  • Coastal views

​​​​​​​People & Lifestyle

Delray Beach is a very diverse suburb offering a mix of urban and suburban vibes. Considered to be one of the best places to live in Florida for young professionals and retirees, those lucky enough to call Delray Beach home are privy to an intimate town with big-city amenities. Delray is large enough to offer dozens of upscale shops, excellent restaurants, and top-notch attractions alongside its award-winning beaches. Still, many neighborhoods provide plenty of room for large homes set on spacious lots with full yards.

Dining, Entertaining & Shopping

With its thriving downtown, Delray Beach has become a popular place for people from neighboring towns to visit when they're in the mood for some shopping.

Major retailers line the downtown region, but there are also several trendy, local boutiques like Love Shack. Situated in the heart of Atlantic Avenue, Love Shack is a contemporary store that sells both men and women’s clothing. 

After you shop 'til you drop, stop by local hotspot Brulé Bistro in the Pineapple Grove neighborhood for seasonal, sustainable dishes. Also in the vicinity is The Grove, an intimate restaurant reminiscent of California Wine Country cuisine with an ever-changing menu. Thanks to their elegant dining room and cozy outdoor patio, The Grove is considered to be one of the town's most romantic locations.

Cut 432 is a classy steakhouse that's great for people-watching on bustling Atlantic Avenue. Alongside their delicious steaks and superb wine list, Cut 432 has a very budget-friendly happy hour.

Things to Do

Downtown Delray Beach doubles as a popular tourist attraction for people all over Palm Beach County. There is always something to do or a fun festival to attend.

Take part in the long-standing tradition of dining beneath the starry sky along Atlantic Avenue during Savor the Avenue. Each restaurant carefully crafts a specially-designed four-course dinner with beverage pairings for folks to enjoy a truly unique dining experience.

​​​​​​​During Downtown Delray Beach's Art & Jazz on the Avenue, the avenue comes to life with live music, art exhibitions, restaurant specials, and more. Locals look forward to this Thursday evening event, which turns your casual stroll down Atlantic Avenue into a rollicking good time. 

​​​​​​​Suppose you want to spend your day shopping, people-watching, and perusing through the famous Pineapple Grove Arts District. Immerse yourself in the creative world of murals, sculptures, galleries, and much more along Artists Alley. 

​​​​​​​On Saturday mornings, visit the GreenMarket, an open-air marketplace in Old School Square Park. Shop from more than 60 vendors featuring fresh, farm-to-table produce, farm-fresh eggs, raw milk, delicious artisan-baked goods, fresh-cut flowers, gourmet food, live entertainment, and much more. 

Embark on an outdoor adventure at Lake Ida, which stretches across almost 200 acres. The area encompasses a dog park, fishing areas, bike and walking paths, boat, canoe, and kayaking access, picnic areas, a playground, and a lake observation platform. 

Tennis fans are lucky to be close to the Delray Beach Open, the annual ATP World Tour 240 men's professional tennis tournament.


Delray Beach is primarily served by the School District of Palm Beach County. It's also home to the esteemed American Heritage School Boca Delray, a private K-12 academy. 
The following are some of the best public schools nearby:

  • Morikami Park Elementary School, Public, Magnet, PK-5
  • Banyan Creek Elementary School, Public, Magnet, PK-5
  • S. D. Spady Elementary School, Public, Magnet, PK-5
  • BridgePrep Academy of Palm Beach, Public, Charter, K-8

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