Christmas Dining Across the Palm Beaches
Palm Beach Illustrated 12/17/2021 Boca Raton’s new addition will feature a special three-course Table d’Hote style menu on Christmas Eve ($70-$95 per person) boasting locally sourced daily catches, oysters on the half shell, sushi rolls, and spectacular seafood towers. The resto will also serve Puerto Rican-style coquito through the end of December.
Christmas eats: Palm Beach County restaurants offering special holiday menus
The Palm Beach Post By Liz Balmaseda 12/20/2021 This new modern seafood restaurant, which opened Dec. 3 in Boca Raton, is offering a customizable three-course menu on Christmas Eve. Corvina diners can select their courses from the main menu. Prix-fixe prices range from $70 to $95 per person, depending on the selected entrée. For $12 more, savor a holiday coquito, a Puerto Rican-style boozy eggnog that’s available throughout December.
Corvina Seafood Grill Coming In November to Boca Raton
MySpikeTravel.com By Steve Pike on 10/27/2021
Boca Raton this fall will get a new seafood restaurant. Corvina Seafood Grill will open in November in Plaza Real South. The 235-seat restaurant is the creation of Dean Carras and Patrick Marino, along with operating partners David Wizenberg and renowned Washington, D.C. Executive Chef Jeff Tunks.
The menu will feature a fresh, locally sourced catches, briny oysters on the half shell, sushi rolls, and seafood towers, as well as an array of fine steaks, poultry and health-conscious items.
Corvina Seafood Grill is Now Open in Boca Raton
Boca Mag By
Christie Galeano-DeMott 12/15/2021 Boca's newest seafood destination has finally opened its doors. The downtown Boca concept is serving up locally sourced fish, soaring seafood towers and sushi alongside chef specialties like steak frites, grilled prawns and Jamaican jerk chicken.
Corvina, an upscale, seafood-loving restaurant opens in Boca Raton
The Palm Beach Post By Liz Balmaseda 12/02/2021 Boca Raton, where steakhouses are popular and plenty, welcomes an upmarket, seafood-focused restaurant Friday. Corvina Seafood Grill makes its debut in eastern Boca, just south of Palmetto Park Road.
The stylishly set spot, which offers indoor and al fresco dining areas as well as an indoor/outdoor bar, is powered by a team of restaurant veterans who have opened and operated an eclectic batch of eateries in the Washington D.C. area.
Eat Here Now
Pursit By Beth Landman 12/14/2021 There’s an island influence at this massive, highly designed new spot in downtown Boca that offers an array of sushi rolls, a raw bar, charbroiled oysters and such Florida-style dishes as plantain-crusted corvina with sweet potato mash in curry sauce. The giant saltwater aquarium is a focal point. 110 Plaza Real S., Boca Raton;
Holiday Spirits – Where to Find the Best Cocktails in South Florida This Season
The Boca Raton Observer By Estee Behar 12/28/2021 Eggnog is a holiday staple but have you ever tried Coquito? This seafood-focused restaurant takes influence from Latin and Caribbean flavors and mixes them together to create spectacular dishes. Corvina has indoor and alfresco dining as well as an indoor and outdoor bar, making it a great place to enjoy South Florida's glorious winter weather.
New Seafood Restaurant Coming to Boca
North Palm Beach Life Blog By Pam and Gerry Barker 10/30/2021 BOCA RATON, FL October 26, 2021 – An exciting new restaurant, Corvina Seafood Grill, featuring a renowned chef, an array of unique culinary creations, and stunning interior and exterior spaces, will open in bustling downtown Boca Raton this November. The 235-seat restaurant was created by industry veterans Dean Carras and Patrick Marino, along with operating partners David Wizenberg and renowned Washington, D.C. Executive Chef Jeff Tunks.