Welcome to Boca Raton
Elegance, history, and outdoor living in a famed neighborhood
Boca Raton is an affluent resort community packed with golf and tennis courses, boating on the Intracoastal Waterway, two miles of world-class white sand beaches, and unique museums. It is located between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale, about 11 miles from Pompano Beach.
As one of the most desirable towns in Palm Beach County, Boca Raton features beautiful landscapes with palm tree-lined streets and distinct Spanish-Mediterranean architecture. Residents also enjoy a range of outdoor amenities, including various home choices from waterfront estates to new tropical modern homes and branded condos.
What to Love
- Pristine, protected beaches
- Numerous recreational opportunities
- Unique historical pedigree
- Excellent food and shopping
Living in Boca Raton offers residents a vibrant downtown comprising upscale restaurants, sophisticated shopping, and different places to have fun. Central and West Boca provide many living areas like gated and non-gated communities close to Florida's shoreline. East Boca boasts a historic district with untouched beaches, high-rise beach condos, and Intracoastal waterways. The neighborhood is also walkable and includes 47 parks and numerous golf courses.
Dining, Entertainment, & Shopping
Boca Raton comprises various dining, shopping, and entertainment areas. One of the many top-rated eateries in Boca Raton is The Capital Grille
, an outpost of the upscale steakhouse serving classic American fare in a refined setting. You will enjoy the highest possible quality dining experience with a selection of food from the restaurant's menu.
For outstanding seafood, check out City Fish Market
, a spacious restaurant with beautiful lake views. The best French cuisine in Boca Raton can be found at La Nouvelle Maison
on E. Palmetto Park Rd. Start your meal with hors d’oeuvres or caviar and pair your entree of choice with one of the restaurant’s dozens of wines.
Abe & Louie’s
has the best steak in town, a comprehensive wine list, and a brunch menu for your weekend mornings. Take the whole family to Farmer’s Table
(kids can order pita pizza, spaghetti and meatballs, or grilled cheese).
When shopping around Boca Raton, step into Boca Town Center
, one of South Florida's top luxury shopping destinations comprising an incredible collection of upscale and elite specialty shops. It includes favorite mall stores in an indoor environment and five department stores that draw shoppers throughout Palm Beach and Broward Counties. Mizner Park
is another excellent shopping spot to explore, with various entertainment and dining venues. It is a quaint, open-air shopping plaza with classy retailers, a cocktail bar, restaurants, and confectionery.
Things to Do
Known as simply "Boca" to residents, Boca Raton has exceptional options in attractions and local events, from beaches to pleasant outdoors and culture. Boomers Boca Raton is a place not to miss in the neighborhood, offering endless adventures from mini-golf and arcade games to bumper boats and go-karts. When exploring the community's history, head to the Boca Raton Museum of Art
Besides attractions and outdoor adventures in this gorgeous neighborhood, you can explore a range of events hosted within the community. The annual Boca Fest
is one of the best events to attend, with fine dining and a mix of upscale and elite specialty shops. Other favorite events include Concours d'Elegance, South Florida's largest classic car show, and Boca Raton Museum Annual Art Festival, which celebrates arts while drawing artists, artisans, and collectors across the country.