About West Palm Beach

Rich in pioneering history, inundated with great wealth, and steeped in Hollywood-style glamor, Palm Beach draws curious visitors and new residents alike. The name is recognized the world over as a destination for wealthy vacationers, royalty, and celebrities. In addition to having excellent cultural events throughout the year, Palm Beach County also has the largest number of golf courses in the United States: 147. Everywhere you look, you'll find courses designed by prestigious trophy winners such as Arnold Palmer.

Palm Beach

Once an uninhabitable swampland, the area would have remained a challenging wasteland except for the vision and determination of a man with lots and lots of money, railroad baron Henry Flagler. Whitehall, now the Flagler Museum, set the standard for other members of Henry Flagler's social and financial standing who followed him south. Constructed in the popular Beaux Arts architectural style in 1902 on six acres, Whitehall was a 55-room, 60,000 square foot vacation house. Open now to public tours, it offers a glimpse how the American millionaires of the period made a dramatic statement to the world. At the age of 72, Mr. Flagler certainly made one with this $4 million gift to his new bride and third wife, complete with European works of art, Roman sculptures, enormous ballroom with gilded mirrors, and gold china service and porcelain.

When the wealthy came south to Florida's warmer climate at the turn of the century, they had money to spend, of course. Their legacies of wealthy lifestyles have maintained our fascination with the Palm Beach aura and what the city it is today: a great place to visit or live. Worth Avenue has become a distinctive shopping destination with exclusive European shops and first class restaurants. Although changes have occurred over the years, you'll find over 200 specialty stores such as Chanel, Escada, Gucci, Hermes of Paris, Louis Vuitton, Maus & Hoffman, Myers Luggage, Saks Fifth Avenue, Sonia Rykiel, and of course, Tiffany & Co.. Antique shops and art galleries abound.

When it comes to dining, there are many excellent places to choose from. Charming cafes, delightful coffee houses, and quaint bistros can be found throughout the city and around famous Worth Avenue. You'll find great ocean view dining and fresh seafood at Charley's Crab and the epitome of excellence at the Florentine Dining Room in the grand Breakers Hotel.

West Palm Beach

West Palm Beach was created for workers who built the fabulous mansions and hotels for Henry Flagler at the turn of the century. Today, it's historic downtown district offers fine entertainment, shopping, and great restaurants. Many of its early homes are now charming bed and breakfasts. Interstate highway I-95 runs north and south through it as the major travel artery. Private yachts glide down the beautiful Intracoastal Waterway, mooring at marinas for overnight docking or extended visits. The Port of Palm Beach is home to the Palm Beach Princess, providing gambling and entertainment just off Palm Beach's coast. As a center of art and culture with museums and galleries, the county hosts some of the largest art festivals and music events in Florida, including professional touring companies who perform at the impressive concert hall, Kravis Center. On Saturday mornings, the GreenMarket in West Palm Beach is an experience in itself where breakfast can be enjoyed under shade trees while buying fresh pastries, fruits, and vegetables.

Northern Cities

To the north of Palm Beach are the communities of Palm Beach Gardens, Wellington, Riviera Beach, and Jupiter. Diving and fishing charters are available, as well as tour boats along the Palm Beach coast and the Intracoastal Waterway.

Palm Beach's glamorous season provides a variety of exciting diversions, from lavish theatrical productions to leisure sports such as polo or croquet. From December to April, avid fans spend an amusing afternoon at the Palm Beach Polo and Country Club. Club members dressed in high style sit in reserved box seats on one side of the playing field and sip champagne. On the other side, non-members enjoy the sport as well, watching the fast playing action from chaise lounges next to their automobiles and feasting from picnic baskets. During the break, everyone gets on the field to replace divots.

Southern Cities

South of the city are the trendy towns of Lake Worth, Boynton Beach and Boca Raton, each with their own charming historic districts and enchanting 1920s bed and breakfast inns.

The city of Palm Beach has drawn visitors for over a hundred years. Its lure hasn't diminished one iota. As one of the most beautiful cities on Florida's east coast, it offers a myriad of activities, attractions, grand hotels and quaint historic inns, all in a most agreeable environment and setting. It is truly a paradise for everyone to enjoy on all levels.

  • Lion Country Safari

    2003 Lion Country Safari Rd Loxahatchee, FL 33470 United States - Phone: +1 561 793 1084
    Exciting drive-through safari, cool walk-through park. It's two parks for the price of one. Lion Country Safari includes a 4-mile drive-through safari with a thousand animals of a hundred different species roaming free and a tree-canopied walk-through park. Popular attractions include the Animal Theater, petting zoo, nature walk, aviaries and Lory bird feeding exhibit, boat tour, paddle boats, carousel, miniature golf, restaurant, gift shops, and a picnic area. Birthday parties and groups welcomed. Annual Pass are available, see their website for more details.
  • Morikami Museum & Japanese Gardens

    4000 Morikami Park Road Delray Beach, FL 33446 United States - Phone: +1 561 495 0233
    An early Japanese farming settlement in Palm Beach County inspired this breathtaking attraction, which features a bonsai exhibit on the museum's Yamato Island. Visitors are invited to take part in the Fibbers Forum, an interactive exhibit based on a Japanese quiz show. View art and artifacts in The Yamato Colony: Pioneering Japanese in Florida exhibit. The oriental gardens evoke an air of tranquility that keeps the locals coming back to this relaxing, fascinating Asian oasis.
  • Lake Worth Beach

    South Ocean Boulevard Lake Worth, FL 33460 United States - Phone: +1 561 533 7367
    Head east on Lake Worth Road and you'll eventually get to this popular beach. With many shops and restaurants just across the street, you can enjoy an ice cream cone while admiring the ocean, or go down to the sand and catch some rays. You may take a walk down the popular Lake Worth pier and see if the fishermen are getting any bites. Although this beach becomes quite crowded during the peak season, it's a fun way to spend a few hours year round. Bring quarters for parking.
  • Mangrove Nature Park

    700 Northeast Fourth Avenue Boynton Beach, FL 33435 United States - Phone: +1 561 734 4800
    For an ecological experience without traveling west, visit Mangrove Park at the dead end of Northeast Fourth Street in Boynton Beach. The whole family will enjoy this relaxing stroll along a boardwalk over a natural Mangrove preserve. Learn about the native trees and animals, and view the enormous spider webs woven wherever you look. At the end of the boardwalk, take in the Intracoastal Waterway. If you arrive during high tide, you are likely to see manatees.
  • Wakodahatchee Wetlands

    13026 Jog Road Delray Beach, FL 33446 United States - Phone: +1 561 493 6000
    Nature lovers will thoroughly enjoy this attraction, especially bird lovers. Wakodahatchee was built by the Water Utilities Department as a sanctuary for many species of birds, turtles and small native animals who drop by throughout the year. A three quarter mile boardwalk takes visitors around this beautiful site, where they can observe the wildlife in its natural habitat, possibly catching a glimpse of an alligator down in the water here and there. Free of charge and rarely crowded, Wakodahatchee is a lovely, relaxing escape, suitable for small children all the way up to seniors. Call ahead for hours.
  • Centennial Square Fountains

    Centennial Square West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 233 3000
    The fountains make downtown West Palm Beach a favorite place of local youngsters during the warmer months, and parents love it, too. Completely free of charge and easy to access, this square of individual fountains is the sprinkler-lovers dream. One can only guess where the next bursts of water will come from. It is a great way to cool off after a day of shopping and touring the city, and it is a lovely sight to behold, even without kids.
  • Okeeheelee Park

    7715 Forest Hill Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33413 United States - Phone: +1 561 966 6600
    One of the most prominent parks in the county, Okeeheelee is a beautiful place with a great deal to offer. Fittingly given the Seminole name for quiet waters, it is a widely popular spot for freshwater fishing. Nature and sports lovers also come here for its tennis center, BMX track, 27-hole championship golf course, water skiing, athletic fields, running and bike trails, and a nature center.
  • Norton Museum of Art

    1451 South Olive Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 5196
    Founded in 1941, The Norton Museum has grown into a very important cultural icon of the Palm Beaches. Its permanent collections include outdoor sculpture, photography, Chinese, American, European impressionists, contemporary and Renaissance and Baroque pieces. See their website for further details.
  • Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens

    253 Barcelona Road West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 5328
    Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, this beautiful garden was opened in 1977 by local sculptor Ann Weaver Norton (1905-1982). Located in and around the home she and her husband shared, the exhibit features more than 100 of Norton's works displayed throughout the house, studio and gardens. The 1.7-acre property, with more than 300 different species of palm trees, is breathtaking. Norton's works include many human figures and brick sculptures. Admission is USD5 per person.
  • Old School Square

    51 North Swinton Ave Delray Beach, FL 33444 United States - Phone: +1 561 243 7922
    Generous amount of funding was put into remodelling the 1913 elementary school and 1925 high school that stood where Old School Square now exists. The Cornell Museum, Crest Theatre and Vintage Gymnasium are all located within the historic downtown Delray Beach. A wide array of visual and performing arts can be taken in at this venue, rendering it a popular gathering place in the southern part of the county. Check website for more information.
  • Rapids Water Park

    6566 N Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33407 United States - Phone: +1 561 842 8756
    Kids and grown-ups alike enjoy cooling off at the Rapids Water Park. From small water slides in the Tadpool to the Pirates Plunge speed slide with a 70-foot drop, there is something appropriate for everyone in the family, even if you only want to float down Lazy River. An 18-hole miniature golf course is also on the premises, and snack bars await hungry patrons. See their website for further information.
  • The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts

    701 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 7469
    The Raymond F. Kravis Center holds more than 800 events each year, with more than 400,000 people in attendance annually. Only truly respectable concerts, plays, ballets and operas take place here. Dreyfoos Hall, named after its original benefactor, seats 2193 and is the main performance venue. The Rinker Playhouse is a black box theater where much of the drama is performed. The Gosman Amphitheater allows for outdoor entertainment, and the Cohen Pavilion is used for meeting and banquet facilities. There is also free parking.
  • Holman Stadium

    4101 26th St Vero Beach, FL 32960 United States - Phone: +1 772 569 4900
    The Dodgers have been training at Holman Stadium during the winter since 1953, and their class A minor league team, the Vero Beach Dodgers, play during baseball season. One of the oldest Spring Training parks still in use, this small and intimate stadium allows for some close-up views of the players, who normally converse with the fans and sign autographs after the game. One very nice thing about it is that the only visible ads are right on the scoreboard, so the outfield is not covered with logos.
  • Digital Domain Park

    525 NW Peacock Blvd Port St. Lucie, FL 34986 United States - Phone: +1 772 871 2115
    New York Mets fans flock from all over the state to see their team shape up for the next season. Get a picture, and autograph or catch a pop fly from the intimate seating at this 7347 capacity stadium. During baseball season, you can catch the St. Lucie Mets take on other minor league teams. Order tickets by phone or via their website.
  • Peanut Island

    6500 Peanut Island Road Riviera Beach, FL 33404 United States - Phone: +1 561 845 4445
    Peanut Island, located just north of Palm Beach, is known locally for both its ties with John F. Kennedy and its use during the cold war as a old Coast Guard station and bomb shelter. Several government and environmental agencies are working to restore the island, which can be visited by taking a ferry from the Riviera Beach Marina.
  • South Florida Science Museum

    4801 Dreher Trail North West Palm Beach, FL 33405 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 1988
    This science museum, which is right next to the Palm Beach Zoo, is definitely not just for the kids. The South Florida Science Museum is loved for its many hands-on exhibits and special traveling exhibitions. It also has a 5,000-gallon aquarium filled with colorful and fascinating marine life from around the world. The Aldrin Planetarium puts on laser concerts and star shows. Admission fees vary depending on which attractions one is seeing. Please call or see the Web site for details.
  • Palm Beach Zoo

    1301 Summit Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33405 United States - Phone: +1 561 547 9453
    More than 1,400 animals live on this 23 acre zoological garden! Throughout the year, the zoo offers special children's programs, guided tours and interesting demonstrations. Check out their interactive bird show to get a glimpse into the power and beauty of these winged wonders or be amazed at the fierce alligators during the American Alligator Talk & Feeding. Visitors will love seeing the animals and will especially love that the zoo works on conserving the animals natural habitats.
  • Palm Beach Kennel Club

    1111 N Congress Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33409 United States - Phone: +1 561 683 2222
    Catch the excitement of greyhound racing at the Palm Beach Kennel Club. Along with this speedy attraction, which has been in operation since 1932, they also have simulcast horseracing, Jai Alai and a plush poker room with 30 tables. If you like to gamble a little, you can place bets on all of these things here. The Paddock restaurant is right on the premises in case all the action makes you hungry, and other smaller eateries are located around the facility.
  • Cholee Park

    7715 Forest Hill Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33413 United States - Phone: +1 561 966 6600
    Although it is very rustic in design, Cholee Park is located right on Forest Hill Boulevard. This 800-acre West Palm Beach Park contains thirteen miles of beautiful equestrian trails, offering a variety of riding experiences. It is somewhat hilly, natural terrain make it a very popular spot for mountain biking, as well. After about five miles of a single track, it splits into trails of varying degrees of difficulty. Right across Forest Hill Boulevard is Okeeheelee Parks BMX trails, for further adventure. See their website for further details.
  • Gulfstream Park

    4489 N Ocean Blvd Delray Beach, FL 33483 United States - Phone: +1 561 276 3990
    With free admission, free parking and plenty of room for picnics and other family adventures, Gulfstream Park is rarely crowded and easily accessible. With 600 feet of guarded beach with very shallow water, it's a nice place to splash around and stay cool. One of the very unique features of this beach is that it allows pets, and is fondly nicknamed Dog Beach by area dog owners who visit it often. Both saltwater and freshwater fishing are available.
  • Palm Beach Water Taxi

    Flagler Drive at Banyan Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 683 8294
    The scenery along the Intracoastal Waterway is absolutely breathtaking. The Palm Beach Water Taxi not only provides transportation on the water, but it also offers narrated tours of the area, pointing out celebrities mansions, natural points of interest and discussing historical events that have shaped the Palm Beaches. Many different types of tours are available. Shuttle service and private charters are available.
  • Sports Immortals Museum

    6830 N Federal Hwy Boca Raton, FL 33487 United States - Phone: +1 561 997 2575
    With over a million mementos in its collection of sports memorabilia, the Sports Immortals Museum pays a grand tribute to the worlds greatest athletes. Unique displays are set up for auto racing, baseball, basketball, boxing, football, golf, hockey, horse racing, the Olympics, soccer, tennis and wrestling. It also has a gallery, a theatre and fun interactive games. The museum also has an impressive gift shop where it buys, sells and trades rare collectible items.
  • Palm Beach Polo and Country Club

    11198 Polo Club Road Wellington, FL 33414 United States - Phone: +1 561 798 7000
    The Palm Beach Polo and Country Club in the affluent western community of Wellington offers a variety of activities for those who enjoy the more regal hobbies. Not only do people come from all over the world to play polo here, but it also offers excellent facilities for an equestrian club, 45 holes of golf, tennis, croquet, an active fitness center and fine dining. Renowned architects designed the Mediterranean and Renaissance style homes on the grounds and the club and grounds are very beautiful.
  • Clematis Street

    523 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 8873
    For shopping, people watching, entertainment, dining and family fun all in one spot, Clematis Street in West Palm Beach is a great destination. Many of the popular festivals and street parties happen here, but even when nothing in particular is going on, its business establishments are alive, ranging from the Banana Republic and the Gap to unique, lesser known locally owned specialty shops. A 2.3 million dollar fountain beautifies and animates the end of the lively street, making it a popular spot for people of all ages.
  • Blue Heron Fleet

    389 E Blue Heron Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33404 United States - Phone: +1 561 844 3573
    To go deep sea fishing out in the Gulf Stream, the Blue Heron Fleet has two boats departing from Palm Beach Inlet. The boat travels to natural and artificial reefs up to three miles from shore, where you can catch snapper, mackerel, grouper, cobia, and other bottom species. There's another location in Jupiter. See their website for more details.
  • Palm Beach Society Magazine

    240 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 5555
    Palm Beach Society Magazine, reporting on the important events in Palm Beach society, is the island's oldest periodical. Published weekly, the magazine is available at local newsstands. Art lovers and Palm Beach enthusiasts should stop by and look around, because in Palm Beach Society's office on Via Flora, the company displays a great collection of abstract sculptured canvas art forms that depict the “high society” featured each week in print.
  • Palm Beach County Convention Center

    650 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 366 3000
    Whether you're on business or vacation, Palm Beach is the right choice. The city offers lots to see and even more to do. From ballet dancing to horse racing, Palm Beach has a wide catalog of musical concerts, museums, markets, fairs, and even Mardi Gras events to choose from. Attend ballroom dances, exhibitions, conferences and banquets at the Covention Centre itself. It's your one-stop guide for everything you want to know about this lively city. One of their many events, the annual Palm Beach America's International Fine Art & Antique Fair, takes place in February.
  • The Marinelife Center of Juno Beach

    14200 US Highway 1 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 United States - Phone: +1 561 627 8280
    This center is a non-profit facility and a great for place for education, preservation and monitoring of one of the world's most active sea turtle nesting grounds. The center acts as a school, providing internships, tours and programs. Plus the park's amenities include a guarded beach, nature trails and picnic areas, but the main attractions are the leatherback sea turtles.
  • Midtown Beach

    400 South Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 838 5483
    Like a lot of beaches, Midtown Beach too has undergone a face lift and with a lot more reclaimed sand is a lot more beach, and for those interested in marine life, a lot more nesting space for sea turtles. However, there aren't any toilets or changing rooms, so be prepared. Lifeguards are on call and there is metered parking available on the nearby side streets.
  • Diva Duck Amphibious Tours

    511 Hibiscus Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 844 4188
    DivaDuck, an amphibious blue bus/boat, offers a fun tour over the land and sea of the Palm Beach area. The tour begins in CityPlace (downtown West Palm Beach) with a guide whose jokes and antics will keep you quacking up. The bus becomes a boat as it splashes into the Lake Worth Lagoon. The entertaining cruise past the mansions of the rich and famous will keep you reaching for your camera. The music is also relaxing and enjoyable. The tour is 75 minutes long.
  • Downtown West Palm Beach

    West Palm Beach Waterfront West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 8873
    With the pristine blue waters washing its feet and a beautiful blue sky line, Downtown West Palm Beach is where one can catch up on all the entertainment. It is known as the shopping district of West Palm Beach, and has many historical attractions. Some of Downtown's highlights include weekly street festivals, free trolley transportation, museums, convention center and of course its waterfront. So when in West Palm Beach, for business or pleasure, make it a point to visit the Downtown area.
  • Meyer Hall

    501 South Sapodilla Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33402 United States - Phone: +1 561 805 6298
    Meyer Hall, located on the campus of Dreyfoos School of the Arts, is a place where the students put up acts with rendition. The Hall does not hold performances by the students of the art school alone but is also rented out for concerts and theatrical performances as well. So if you wish to entertain yourself with an artistic performance, simply call ahead and book a ticket.
  • Flagler Drive

    Flagler Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 233 3000
    Ever wondered taking a long drive in the company of the beautiful blue sky and azure waters? Well, if you are in West Palm Beach, you need not wonder but go for one at the Flagler Drive. This stretch of land is great if you would love to spend some time quiet, all by yourself or if you want to take a dip in the fun and entertainment provided here. As numerous festivals and events are held here perennially, a visit here is never a bad idea.
  • Grand Court at the Gardens Mall

    3101 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 622 2115
    Located in the The Gardens Mall, Garden Court plays host for many exhibitions and events like the 'Cinematic Couture', 'The 2008 Honda Classic Kick-Off Party'. Part of the 1.4 million square foot shopping center, the court has a beautiful fountain in the middle of the mall entrance. Special events are also held by the individual retailers in their specific shop, so you can enjoy the shopping and also enjoy the events.
  • Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Playhouse

    701 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 7469
    Marshall E. Rinker, Sr. Playhouse or Rinker Playhouse as it is generally known, is located inside the The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts. It is a small theater and acts as a sub-venue to the Kravis center. The seating capacity of the playhouse is 300 and it features plays, choirs and instrumental performances.
  • Bicentennial Park West Palm Beach

    14th Street and Avenue 'C' Riviera Beach, FL 33404 United States - Phone: +1 561 845 4070
    The Bicentennial Park in Riviera Beach is one of the city's most prominent landmarks and one of the most popular destinations for the locals and tourists alike. This beautiful park located by the seaside has various facilities for kids as well as boating rides and other aquatic activities. Definitely a place you would want to visit during a trip to West Palm Beach.
  • Palm Beach Dramaworks

    322 Banyan Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 514-4042
    Located on Banyan Boulevard, this theatre and production house belives in providing audiences with quality packet performances. This professional non profit company also gives talented play writes and directors to showcase their works on the big stage. Viewers here can expect quality plays which impacts each individual. Check the website for show times and schedules.
  • Singer Island Municipal Beach

    Off 100 Ocean Drive Riviera Beach, FL 33404 United States - Phone: +1 561 845 4000
    Singer Island Municipal Beach is one of the famous tourist attractions in Singer Island. You can sit by the promenade and simple take in the fantastic views or enjoy a nice walk along the stretch of pristine white sand. Apart from that, the beach also hosts a variety of local music festivals attended by one and all. For more details, call ahead.
  • PLAYMOBIL Fun Park

    8031 North Military Trail Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 691 9880 / +1 800 351 8697(Toll Free)
    Encompassing an area of 20,000 square feet in southern Palm Beach Gardens, the PLAYMOBIL Fun Park is a superb themed park, specially meant for kids. This game park, managed by PLAYMOBIL, features a selection of themed play areas where kids get to play with PLAYMOBIL toys, miniature castles, dollhouses, fire rescues, trains and thousands of other things which children usually see in their dreamworld! A perfect place to bond with your kids, the Playmobil Fun Park aims to educate children even when they indulge themselves in their favorite activities. What's more, the park also serves as an event space for birthday parties and other functions. Check website for more details.
  • John Prince Park

    2700 6th Avenue South Lake Worth, FL 33461 United States - Phone: +1 561 966 6600(City Park Council)
  • West Boynton Park & Recreation Center

    6000 Northtree Boulevard Lake Worth, FL 33463 United States - Phone: +1 561 355 1125
  • The West Palm Beach Public Library

    411 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 868 7700
    The West Palm Beach promotes itself as 'oasis of knowledge,' and they offer plenty of activities to back that claim up. The library also features special sections for kids and teens, as well as services in Spanish.
  • Visit Palm Beach

    98 Lake Drive Palm Beach Shores, FL 33404 United States - Phone: +1 561 881 9757
    Visit Palm Beach is the premier provider of water sports, excursions and tours in South Florida. This company has parasailing, jet skis, kayaks, paddleboards, snorkel excursions, and guided tours, so they have something for visitors of all ages can enjoy. The Hakuna Matata, a 50 foot (15 meters) sailing Catamaran goes out daily offering family adventure excursions, snorkeling trips and sunset cruises. Based out of the Sailfish Marina and Riviera Beach Marinas, Visit Palm Beach is convenient to Singer Island, Palm Beach, Jupiter and West Palm Beach. This is where the fun begins!
  • Mounts Botanical Garden

    531 North Military Trail West Palm Beach, FL 33415 United States - Phone: +1 561 233 1757
    At Mounts Botanical Garden, visitors can peruse flora from around the world at one location. Spread across 14 acres (5.6 hectares) of space, Mounts Botanical Garden includes tropical trees, exotic plants, fruits, herbs and more. Workshops, tours and various other events make your trip to this garden an entertaining one. Mounts Botanical Garden is a must-visit for a budding horticulturist, and also makes for an educative recreational outing for everyone.
  • First Church of Christ, Scientist

    138 Lakeview Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 8182
    First Church of Christ, Scientist, is situated on South Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach. It was constructed in 1928 by eminent architects Horace Trumbauer and F. W. Blandford. The church building is a superb example of Classical Revival style of architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
  • Palm Beach Town Hall

    Chilean Avenue and South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States
    This Mission/Spanish Revival style building was built in 1925 by renowned architects Harvey and Clark. Originally the Palm Beach Town Hall was two different structures till 1960 when celebrated local architect John L. Volk linked the two with a central extension. This ornate government dwelling has undergone many renovations from reputed builders over the years and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2005.
  • Lofthus (Shipwreck)

    South Ocean Boulevard Boynton Beach, FL 33462 United States
    Popularly known as one of the few existing examples of an iron hulled vessel, the Lofthus also known as the Cashmere is a historic Norwegian Shipwreck. This ship that sank is visted with a divers suit. Located 175 yards off shore and resting almost 20 feet under water this ship yet recieves visitors from all over the world to take a dive and visit the historical remains.

  • Carmen's Restaurant and Lounge

    999 East Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33432 United States - Phone: +1 561 750 8354
    The atmosphere is the thing here. Gorgeous ocean views and the elegant, comfortable decor make the dining experience enjoyable from the moment you walk in. The food is also some of the best in the area. The menu features local seafood, prime beef, tender veal and quite an assortment of pasta dishes. A la carte pricing runs from USD15-USD32, depending on the choice of entree. The restaurant also offers early bird specials (USD15.95-USD18.95) and a prix-fixe menu for two (USD59.95 including a bottle of wine). Call to find out when the specials are offered. It also serves a great Sunday brunch.
  • Crazy Buffet

    2030 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33409 United States - Phone: +1 561 616 9288
    Do not let the name scare you; this is not your average buffet dining experience. The Crazy Buffet consists of several dining rooms, eliminating the cafeteria effect of most buffets and its service and cleanliness are also surprisingly superior. Featuring a popular hibachi grill and a sushi bar, entrees include many fresh Asian and seafood dishes, salads, fruit and desserts. The moderate prices of the buffet are extremely reasonable.
  • Abbey Road Grill and Sports Emporium

    10800 North Military Trail Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 775 7556
    Anyone who likes sports bars will love Abbey Road Grill and Sports Emporium. With a full bar, a raw bar offering oysters and clams, three big-screen TVs and 25 smaller TVs, this restaurant is a sports-lovers dream. Serving both lunch and dinner, Abbey Road specializes in steaks and seafood in addition to its signature dishes, including seared tuna and lobster. It also hosts a daily happy hour from 3pm-7pm and puts out many popular food and drink specials throughout the week.
  • Two Georges Waterfront Grille

    728 Casa Loma Blvd Boynton Beach, FL 33435 United States - Phone: +1 561 736 2717
    Located right on the Intracoastal Waterway, Two Georges is a great restaurant for those who like to make the most of a lively tropical setting. Patrons arriving by sea can dock their boats on the premises and enjoy a casual dining experience with fresh fish and seafood dishes galore, like the blackened dolphin over caesar salad or the popular conch fritters. Visitors in the breezy outdoor dining area can watch the passing boats and manatee families in the waterway. A children's menu is available.
  • Ellie's 50's Diner

    2410 North Federal Highway Delray Beach, FL 33483 United States - Phone: +1 561 276 7716
    At Ellies, guests enjoy the music, décor and general attitude of the '50s, along with great comfort food just like Mom used to make. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Ellie's names every dish after a '50s song. This restaurant is sure to bring a pang of nostalgia to the baby boomer's heart, and the atmosphere is so laid back, kids will love it too. Ellie's also offers full catering and banquet services.
  • Rosalita's Tex-Mex Grill

    5949 South Congress Ave Atlantis, FL 33462 United States - Phone: +1 561 964 5747
    If you're looking for a great Mexican restaurant, this is the one you'll enjoy. The festive, lively atmosphere, authentically dressed servers and extensive menu make this a favorite of those who live in the area. The tortilla soup is a delicious appetizer, and if you order it, you will be treated to Rosalita's unique jalapeno muffins. There is rarely a long wait for a table at this restaurant, even during the busy season.
  • Boston's on the Beach

    40 South Ocean Boulevard Delray Beach, FL 33483 United States - Phone: +1 561 278 3364
    Right across the street from the beach, bustling Boston's always has patrons enjoying the ocean breeze on the terrace. Come here for breakfast after watching the sunrise. The upper deck of Boston's is a dining room, where one can order dishes like fresh the New England clambake feast, lobster, tuna, salads and pasta dishes. The lower level of the restaurant is a bar and lounge, very popular with the locals. At night, area bands often play and customers mingle at this Bean town-style beachfront bar.
  • Charley's Crab

    456 South Ocean Blvd Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 1500
    Noted for its fresh seafood entrees, Charley's Crab, offers a taste of the areas most popular fish and shellfish. Its dishes are original, like the Lobster Grilled Cheese sandwich at lunch and the Panko Encrusted Scrod dinner. Its décor is comfortable, seating guests in several small rooms. The lounge area is graced by a panoramic view of the ocean. Its Sunday brunch is particularly popular, consistently ranking as the top choice of Palm Beach Post readers.
  • Ginger Wok

    208 North Dixie Highway Lantana, FL 33462 United States - Phone: +1 561 588 9997
    If you crave Chinese food in a small, quiet restaurant, Ginger Wok is just the place. Although the menu is not as extensive as many Chinese restaurants, the chef at this casual establishment is very flexible about preparing special orders. Its fried snapper and Peking Duck are highly praised by patrons, who claim the food is always fresh, distinctively flavorful, and the great value keeps them returning.
  • John G's

    10 South Ocean Boulevard Lake Worth, FL 33460 United States - Phone: +1 561 585 9860
    In the laid-back neighborhood of the Lake Worth beach and pier is a very popular eating establishment, open only for breakfast and lunch. Its breakfast menu, typically drawing a crowd that lines up outside the building, is loved for it stuffed croissants, French toast and steak and eggs. Patrons pile in for its seafood lunches. Over 920,000 fish and chips lunches have been served since the restaurant opened in 1973.
  • Cafe L'Europe

    331 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 4020
    Café L'Europe is a cornerstone of Palm Beach dining. Noted for its exceptional caviar bar, which is accompanied by nightly music on the baby grand piano in the famous bistro, Café L'Europe's Old World atmosphere is always romantic and classy. Its menu, distinctly European, includes Roasted veal chop, Grilled Angus steak and roasted Red Snapper filet. If your taste buds long for a journey further east, order the Tempura Style Ahi Tuna.
  • Paddy Mac's

    10971 North Military Trail Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 691 4366
    Located in the Garden Square Shops, Paddy Macs boasts a menu of Irish, English and Scottish cuisines. A pub by evening, it often features authentic Irish musicians performing songs of their homeland and folk tunes. Its bare wood tables and gigantic bar give the restaurant the casual look and feel of an Irish pub and the food is very tasty. The most frequently ordered dishes are fish and chips, Colleen's salad and Paddy's mixed grill.
  • Rhythm Cafe

    3800 South Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33405 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 3406
    Situated in the heart of West Palm Beach's heavily-tread Antique Row, Rhythm Café is an enjoyable American restaurant and a memorable stop along Dixie Highway. Decorated with paintings and relics from Florida's 1950s, this creative establishment with a funky bar serves up huge salads and great seafood, like its grilled jumbo shrimp covered with a spicy Thai sauce, and French fried sea bass in a delectable carrot and onion sauce. The unique food and atmosphere make this place a favorite of the artsy crowd.
  • Hong Kong Cafe

    2100 45th St West Palm Beach, FL 33407 United States - Phone: +1 561 845 6698
    If you are staying on the north end of West Palm Beach and are craving Chinese food, you will almost certainly find your favorite dish at the Hong Kong Cafe. With over 40 items to choose from, including honey chicken, fresh salmon and mussels on the lunch menu, this busy Chinese buffet offers a great deal of food for very little money. The weekend dinner spread includes all-you-can-eat snow crab, roast duck and steakkow.
  • Monkeyclub

    219 Clematis St West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 6500
    Boasting the largest dance floor in the Clematis Street night scene, the Monkeyclub is definitely a giant in both size and popularity. The 7,500 square foot Caribbean-style facility hosts some of the largest ladies nights and dance parties around. Every Saturday night, local radio station 95.5 broadcasts from the club from 10 pm to midnight. There is usually a cover charge at the door, except for special promotions and events.
  • Ta-boo

    221 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 835 3500
    The famous Worth Avenue is graced with the presence of many exquisite galleries and boutiques. And Taboo stands out as an eatery that carries forward the same theme, demonstrating an amalgamation between food and art. Explored by many for both lunch and dinner, this American bistro and bar's outdoor terrace dining area is highly coveted by Worth Avenue browsers. Inside, it is decorated in a cheerful, tropical motif of antique wood paneling and colorful ocean murals. At night, it doubles as a fun spot to stop for a drink and some dancing. Its menu is continental, serving mainly seafood dishes and steaks, and their cocktails too come highly recommended.
  • Hamburger Heaven

    314 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 555 655 5277
    Although this restaurant does not exactly serve traditional Palm Beach cuisine, it has still held a spot of honor in the hearts of many locals and travelers since it opened in 1945. Known for serving the best hamburgers in the area, offering many choices of toppings, its name is well deserved. It also serves a variety of sandwiches, salads and pastries, and its daily specials include soups and quiches.
  • Renato's

    87 Via Mizne Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 9752
    Situated on the Via Mizner, one of the most beautiful sites in Palm Beach, Renatos is a well-respected Italian restaurant with a romantic, timeless aura. Its dark woods, piano bar and French doors appeal to the guests love of classic, old world design. Dining on the charming terrace is also an option. Dishes like the snapper fillet with capers and olives and penne alla caprese are perfect examples of the Mediterranean flair that this restaurant serves each patron.
  • Sundy House

    106 South Swinton Ave Delray Beach, FL 33444 United States - Phone: +1 561 272 5678
    The restored American continental building that is now the Sundy House restaurant is known as the oldest house in Delray Beach. Its tropical menu and extensive wine list are sure to please the palate, while its Guests enjoy dining both outside amidst its exotic garden and graceful waterfalls and inside the charming, historic building. The Sundy House serves several elegant seafood dishes such as citrus marinated dolphin and macadamia nut encrusted Chilean sea bass, offering a dining experience one will not soon forget.
  • Pearl's Restaurant

    618 West Lantana Road Lantana, FL 33462 United States - Phone: +1 561 582 4366
    Pearls Restaurant is one of those places normally found by chance. It is also a place that reminds us that Florida is a part of the American south. All of the food it serves is home made from family recipes, its most popular dish being biscuits with sausage gravy. One of the highly prized morning spots in the area, Pearls serves up a down home country breakfast at very reasonable prices.
  • Rooney's Public House

    6901 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33411 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 7802
    Fans of traditional Irish food and drink will love Rooney's Pub in downtown West Palm Beach. It serves old style versions of rarely seen dishes, like Shanagarry Shepherd's Pie ($13.99) for dinner and the classic Irish breakfast. It's late hours keep many Guinness enthusiasts at the bar for a while, and authentic Irish entertainers perform every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening. A great children's menu is also available. Prix fixe menus are also available.
  • Stresa

    2710 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33409 United States - Phone: +1 561 615 0200
    Given great reviews for its service and contemporary Italian cuisine, Stresa is frequently visited by Italians from New York City. A relaxed, romantic atmosphere, much like what one would expect to find at an eatery in Stresa, Italy, soothes the guests here. Take your time enjoying the good selection of wine and classic dishes, such as ossobucco and homemade pasta dishes. This restaurant is open for both lunch and dinner.
  • Bellagio

    600 South Rosemary Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 6160
    Patrons are lured in by Bellagio's pizza, baked in a wood-burning oven. This cozy City Place establishment is known for its Linguini with Clam Sauce, its Veal Scallopini, and as any respectable Italian restaurant would be, for its tiramisu. The wait for a table can be longer than an hour, so it is advisable to get there early. Its food and atmosphere reflect those of a quaint Italian village, while its casual dress code will keep you comfortable enough to enjoy your meal. Free parking.
  • Benny's on the Beach

    10 South Ocean Boulevard Lake Worth, FL 33460 United States - Phone: +1 561 582 9001
    When this place says it is on the beach, it really means it. Benny's is a popular gathering spot right on the Lake Worth Pier. While you're at the beach, you can take a break from the sun and get a bite to eat here, grabbing a hamburger for lunch or more elegant dishes, such as the grilled swordfish for dinner. For an extremely casual breakfast, surfer style, get a stuffed croissant here right after you watch the amazing southeast Florida sunrise over the ocean.
  • Benvenuto

    1730 North Federal Highway Boynton Beach, FL 33435 United States - Phone: +1 561 364 0600
    For elegant continental cuisine with lots of Mediterranean charm, visit Benvenuto. Since its 1998 $3 million renovation, its very romantic interior enamors patrons, who often like to request the room in which they are seated. The tropical dinner for two, its signature dish, gives two people a choice of soup, appetizers, entrées, a bottle of wine, dessert and coffee. Benvenuto also holds a large number of weddings in its gorgeous banquet hall. Valet parking available.
  • City Cellar Wine Bar and Grill

    700 South Rosemary Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 366 0071
    Among City Places dining establishments is City Cellar Wine Bar and Grill, a moderately priced Mediterranean restaurant with pleasant outdoor seating overlooking the fountains. Its wood and steel interior gives the restaurant the feel of a real wine cellar, but its décor is cheerful enough to eliminate the dark feeling the one would expect. The City Cellars steaks are notable menu items, as are their pasta dishes and pizza.
  • Paddock Reataurant

    1111 North Congress Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33409 United States - Phone: +1 561 683 2222 x199
    Located on the premises of the Palm Beach Kennel Club is the Paddock Restaurant, known as an excellent racetrack dining facility. Prime rib au jus and marinated rack of lamb top off the dinner menu. Patrons of the restaurant enjoy a view of the racetrack and big screen televisions so they wont miss any of the action, and the Paddock also offers a large selection of wine. Valet parking is available.
  • Red Lobster

    3544 Nw Federal Hwy Jensen Beach, FL 34957 United States - Phone: +1 772 692 3277
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    6638 Lake Worth Rd Lake Worth, FL 33467 United States - Phone: +1 561 433 1434
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Red Lobster

    2201 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach, FL 33409 United States - Phone: +1 561 686 6237
    If you have a hankering for seafood this is the place to go. Red Lobster has a wide variety of good eats for the whole family. Various appetizers, special entrees, drinks and desserts ensure a menu with something for just about anybody. Lunch and dinner menus include shrimp, soups and salads, seafood platters, chicken, steak, and pasta. For calorie-counters, choose from the LightHouse Menu, which highlights dishes that won't cause you to tip the scales. A Kid's Menu is available with fine fare for the little ones like chicken fingers and mac & cheese. Be sure to save room for a scrumptious dessert. Gift Cards are available as a great gift for the seafood lover.
  • Olive Garden

    22161 Powerline Road Boca Raton, FL 33433 United States - Phone: +1 561 750 0786
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    5801 Lake Worth Road Greenacres, FL 33463 United States - Phone: +1 561 641 0900
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Olive Garden

    10280 Forest Hill Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33414 United States - Phone: +1 561 798 7979
    Olive Garden serves up authentic Italian cuisine. Their signature breadsticks and one-of-a-kind menu make them an American icon. Standard Italian options like bruchetta, calamari, ravioli, and eggplant parmigiana line their lengthy menu. More exotic items like salmon, chicken dishes, and innovative pizzas are also available. For the calorie-counter, Olive Garden has a range of low fat and low carbohydrate options. Their bottomless salads ensure a well-balanced feast. Enjoy your meal with a bottle from their extensive wine list or one of their tropical island drinks. Finally, top it all off with a little something from their dessert menu- their cakes, custards, and ice creams are sure to win you over. Lunch and take out menus are available.
  • Smokey Bones Barbeque and Grill

    21733 Sr 7 Boca Raton, FL 33428 United States - Phone: +1 561 852 7870
    If you're craving good ol' fashioned BBQ, ease on down to Smokey Bones Barbeque and Grill. Combining authentic American cuisine and a cozy, mountain lodge atmosphere, Smokey Bones is the perfect place to satisfy a big appetite. An ironworker named Duke established the restaurant in 1968 when he built a 'new' BBQ smoker from a section of the old Rocky Mountain pipeline that utilized real hickory logs. According to legend, this smoker produces some of the best BBQ in town! Try their award-winning Smoked St. Louis-style ribs, hand pulled pork or slow-roasted chicken drenched in their signature BBQ sauce for a delicious meal. Be sure to save room for one of their decadent desserts such as chocolate peanut butter pie, apple cobbler a la mode and chocolate fudge cake. Draft and bottled beer, cocktails and blended drinks are available.
  • Smokey Bones Barbeque and Grill

    10260 Forest Hill Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33414 United States - Phone: +1 561 383 8240
    If you're craving good ol' fashioned BBQ, ease on down to Smokey Bones Barbeque and Grill. Combining authentic American cuisine and a cozy, mountain lodge atmosphere, Smokey Bones is the perfect place to satisfy a big appetite. An ironworker named Duke established the restaurant in 1968 when he built a 'new' BBQ smoker from a section of the old Rocky Mountain pipeline that utilized real hickory logs. According to legend, this smoker produces some of the best BBQ in town! Try their award-winning Smoked St. Louis-style ribs, hand pulled pork or slow-roasted chicken drenched in their signature BBQ sauce for a delicious meal. Be sure to save room for one of their decadent desserts such as chocolate peanut butter pie, apple cobbler a la mode and chocolate fudge cake. Draft and bottled beer, cocktails and blended drinks are available.
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House

    661 US Highway 1 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 United States - Phone: +1 561 863 0660
    Ruth's Chris Steakhouse welcomes you to a warm and comfortable interior, furnished with rich, dark wood and elegant fixtures. The finest aged, corn-fed USDA prime beef, broiled at 1,800 degrees, fresh seafood, and meat entrees are some of the dishes that feature on the menu. Enticing seasonal delicacies, such as Foie Gras, are also available. Take your pick from the extensive list of over 100 domestic and imported wines to complement your meal, and if you have enough room, try to squeeze in one of the delicious desserts!
  • Fire of Brazil

    10300 West Forest Hill Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33414 United States - Phone: +1 561 333 8101
    From the brown, wooden décor to the lip-smacking menu and irresistable desserts - it's all Brazilian at this restaurant. The menu at Fire of Brazil features well-seasoned chicken, lamb, pork, and beef. Recommended dishes include Picanha, the tasty Fraldinha, and Linguiça (slow-roasted pork sausages). Brazilian cheesecake for dessert and a choice of distinctive alcohol and wine will complete your dining experience.
  • Morton's, The Steakhouse

    777 South Flagler Drive West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 835 9664
    This upscale eatery serves some of the best steak dishes in the city. Porterhouse, Double Porterhouse, Double Cut Filet Mignon, New York Strip - all feature on the menu. You can whet your appetite beforehand with the seafood appetizers such as Lobster Bisque, Bluepoint Oysters on the Half Shell, and Smoked Pacific Salmon. Among desserts, your best choice would be the sinfully indulgent Chocolate Velvet Cake - it will prepare you for the toll that dining here takes on your wallet!
  • The Cheesecake Factory

    701 South Rosemary Avenue Suite 179 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 802 3838
    The Cheesecake Factory is surely the place to go when craving a rich and delectable slice of the mouth-watering dessert, but this restaurant offers much more. Serving appetizers, lunch, dinner, late night dining, Sunday Brunch, and a full bar, the Factory is a great choice for a casual dining experience. Everyone will find something to their liking with over 200 menu selections of pizza, pasta, seafood, steaks, salads, sandwiches, burgers, and more. Be sure to save room for one of the 50 delicious cheesecakes and desserts.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    6266 Lantana Rd. Lake Worth, FL 33463 United States - Phone: +1 561 963 7010
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Outback Steakhouse

    1950 NW Courtyard Circle Port St. Lucie, FL 34986 United States - Phone: +1 772 873 9990
    Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service. Serving dinner only, Outback Steakhouse offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
  • Café Boulud

    301 Australian Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 6060
    Café Boulud is located in the Brazilian Court Hotel in Southern Florida. Its interiror is characterised by soft Mediterraenean colours coupled with French cuisine. The cafe is owned by chef Daniel Boulud, who hails from a family of restauranteurs from France. He brings with him old recepies that have remained in his family for generations. Expect first class service and delicious food. You can visit this plush restaurant cum cafe for breakfast, lunch or dinner. The menu parallels that of its sister restaurant on East 76th Street in New York and reflects the chef's forte: La Tradition, La Saison, Le Potager and Le Voyage. La Tradition highlights classic French dishes. La Saison features courses in harmony with the seasons. Le Potager, named for the French vegetable garden, offers vegetarian dishes. Le Voyage is inspired by Daniel's interpretation of various world cuisines. Reservations taken and recommended up to one month in advance and won't be accepted by fax or e-mail.
  • Champs-Élysées Bakery

    229 Sunrise Avenue Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 1949
    The Champs-Elysées Bakery tries to recreate a Parisian 'mom-and-pop' eatery feel with its freshly prepared breads, lasagna and pastries. Their lunch specials are worth a try and if you're up early, pop in for some freshly baked goodies for breakfast. You can choose to grab a bite at the few tables at the bakery, but chances are they may all be occupied. Fret not, takeaway is an option too.
  • Green's Pharmacy

    151 North County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 0304
    Formality isn't their forte but that's a good thing, what with all the belt loosening by a couple of notches. Tuck in the sumptuous eggs and ham at Green's Pharmacy, to be topped of with a tall glass of milkshake, and what you've had is the breakfast for champions.
  • Tapestry Bar

    1 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 6611 (Resort)
    The Tapestry bar exudes elegance. Antique mirrors reflecting the shimmering chandeliers, mahogany seating and of course 15th Century tapestries. The mahogany bar at one end is the perfect place to nurse a drink. The Tapestry Bar's exotic cocktails and their extensive wine list will suffice while entertaining company. And if you find yourself in a mood to be by yourself, the live jazz may just provide better companionship.
  • 264 The Grill

    264 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 6444
    264 The Grill is just that, a grill. The facade may lead you to believe otherwise but if you're a meat and potatoes person and like tucking in beef, look no further. Cavernous and with a fireplace at one end, the Grill is a perfect place for a great sit down meal, from hors d'oeuvre to dessert. The winelist isn't the most extensive but there's still plenty to choose from. All in all, the Grill's one of those places where neither the food nor the ambiance will leave you disappointed, and at lower than Palm Beach prices.
  • Leopard Lounge, The

    363 Cocoanut Row Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 5800
    Everything about the Leopard Lounge says jungle. The unique hand-painted ceiling, trophy heads, the bar, the cocktail menu and even the waiters-all have a jungle theme to them. The place also has live music, across the spectrum. As the locals will tell you, this is one of the hottest nightspots in this neck of the woods (pun intended), and don't be surprised if along with a throng of teeny-boppers, you bump into a celebrity or two!
  • P.F. Chang's China Bistro

    3101 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 691 1610
    For all those who love Chinese food, P.F Chang's China Bistro is a place you must visit. This stylish restaurant has an amazing ambience that has an Oriental feel to it. A great place for a family lunch or dinner, the food here will make one long for more. Be sure to try out Peking Dumplings, Shrimp with Lobster Sauce, Oolong Marinated Sea Bass, P.F. Chang's Pork Fried Rice and other delicacies here. Also make sure you try out the Banana Spring Rolls for dessert.
  • Yu-Mi Sushi Japanese

    9820 Highway A1a Alt Palm Beach, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 776 9209
    Yu-Mi Sushi Japanese is an authentic Japanese restaurant located in Palm Beach Gardens. It is one of the more popular Japanese Restaurants in Palm Beach, which the locals usually frequent. The restaurant has a tranquil ambience to it and isn't very spacious, so make sure you don't come in a large group. Be sure to try out the Age Tofu here, which the restaurant is famous for. The Sushi Rolls, Terriyaki and Sashimi out here are worth a try as well.
  • Panera Bread

    4540 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 775 3705
    Panera Bread is a famous restaurant chain, that has a branch in Palm Beach Gardens. Famous for its baked products, the place seems to attract a large number of people all the time. Asiago Cheese, Sourdough, Tomato Basil and Sunflower are some of the special breads available here. If you long for something sweet, there is Caramel Apple, Chocolate Crumb, Caramel Pecan and the Nutty Chocolate Chipper to satisfy your tastebuds. Panera Bread also serves a variety of drinks, both hot and cold such as Caramel, Iced Green Tea and Home Styled Lemonade.
  • The Restaurant

    2800 South Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 533 3750
    The Restaurant is the main dining area at the Four Seasons hotel. With a pristine ocean front view, this restaurant makes a perfect spot for a romantic meal. It serves Southeastern regional fare and food items like 'Muscovy Duck, Beluga Lentils, Sweet Plantain, Huckleberry Jus' are on the menu. They also have a children's menu with a lot of attention paid to nutrition, calorie intake and sustenance. Little ones can either savor 'Prime Sirloin Beef Burger, French Fries with Garden Salad of Fruit' or have a treat with 'Chocolate Sandwich Macaroni with Sugar and Fat Free Chocolate Ice Cream'. Visit for a delicious meal-time for the entire family.
  • The Ocean Bistro - Four Seasons Resort

    2800 South Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 582 2800
    If you are the kind of person who likes a quiet meal overlooking the sea, then this is the place to be in while in Palm Beach. The Ocean Bistro at the Four Seasons Hotel, with its light-canopied terrace overlooking the pool and the Atlantic Ocean is the perfect setting for you to sip on an iced tea while you await your order. The bistros menu changes seasonally and something foodies will love to experiment with. Most specialties retain the local flavor and the delicacies are prepared with a lot of flair. Sample the Chilled Jumbo Lump Crab Cake and the Grilled Wahoo for a taste of the same.
  • Atlantic Bar and Grill

    2800 South Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 582 2800
    Like the other eateries in the Four Seasons Hotel, the Atlantic Bar and Grill too has a view of the Atlantic. This bar and grill offers a variety of drinks as well light food to choose from. Sip on a tropical dink or savor a salad while you unwind by the pool. Try the Grilled Tilapia Fish Tacos— they will definitely leave you craving for more. The food here is light, so you might consider ordering another drink or two.
  • The Living Room

    2800 South Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 582 2800
    This is a luxurious lounge located in the Four Seasons Hotel, Palm Beach. As the name suggests, the interior decor of the place resembles a living. They even have a private library if you want to sit back and read while having your snack. The place serves some interesting entrées like 'Scampi', 'Sliders' and even 'Potstickers'. Looking for a light snack? Then try the 'California Roll'. If just in the mood for dessert then try some of the 'Warm Apple Crisp, Cherry Gelato and English Toffee Sauce'...its delicious!
  • Aqua Marine Grill

    11300 Legacy Ave. Palm Beach, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 775 6277
    Combining fresh seafood from the Caribbean and around the world with exotic spices, Aqua Marine Grill creates masterpieces from sea creatures. This is the first US location and follows its counterpart in Aruba by providing friendly island service in Florida. Try the Lobster Salad served with celery root and teardrop tomatoes for an appetizer or Seared Chilean Seabass deglazed with shallots, capers, and lemon; served with asparagus, fingerling potatoes, and fried basil. There is an ample dessert menu all baked fresh daily and an extensive bar of tropical drinks to wash down the meal.
  • Temple Orange

    100 Sotuh Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33462 United States - Phone: +1 561 533 6000
    Part of Ritz-Carlton Palm Beach, Temple Orange offers guests delicious meals with beautiful views of the ocean. The breakfast menu features traditional fare while lunch and dinner are Italian and Mediterranean based. Be sure to come in on a Friday night to sample the seafood buffet. Guests who wish to secure oceanfront tables should make reservations in advance.
  • Brio

    3101 PGA Blvd Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 622 0491
    Designed to remind on of a Tuscan villa in the Italian countryside with hand-crafted mosiacs, Brio also has outdoor space for guests to sit and enjoy the fresh breeze. Try the Lobster Risotto with roasted garlic pesto and asparagus, or Sacchetti Formaggio filled with Ricotta cheese and tossed prosciutto and toasted pine nut crumbs. The kid's menu is more extensive than most restaurants and contains choices such as Mac & Cheese, Classic Cheese Pizza, and Chicken Parmesan. The bar and desserts round off the meal and much like Italian homes, Brio is always ready to host an event or party.
  • Da Vittorio's

    1201 US Highway 1 Palm Beach, FL 33408 United States - Phone: +1 561 625 4447
    This unassuming yet elegant restaurant offers guests the perfect chance for a romantic dining experience. Owner and Chef Vittorio Lanni creates traditional, gourmet Italian dishes such as Orrechiette Salsicce, along with less common menu items such as pheasant. Boasting an extensive wine list, guests who wish to sample may order by the glass. Reservations in advance are recommended for weekend dates.
  • Vintage Bar & Grille

    4650 Donald Ross Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 776 9779
    Plush red booths and gleaming wooden beams make Vintage Bar & Grille look nicer than your average strip mall restaurant. Located in the Donald Ross Shopping Plaza, the restaurant serves up fresh fare with an emphasis on Northern Californian cuisine. The Roasted Golden Beet Salad (USD12.95) is a wonderful mixture of flavors and textures, with mixed baby greens, honey glazed nuts, dried cranberries and a Stilton cheese soufflé tossed with sweet red wine vinaigrette. Entrees include Pan-Seared Chilean Sea Bass (USD32.95), Maine Lobster and Black Truffle Mac and Cheese (market price), and Australian Rack of Lamb (USD37.95). Don't skip dessert. The Blueberry Sensation (USD10) is the perfect way to end a meal--short bread filled with fresh blueberries and cinnamon crumb topping served warm with vanilla ice cream. A bonus: during the weekend the restaurant features live jazz.
  • Bonefish Grill

    11658 U.S. Highway 1 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 United States - Phone: +1 561 799 2965
    One of a chain of restaurants that is quickly gaining popularity, Bonefish Grill offers a variety of seafood geared towards the average consumer. Bonefish Grill aims to provide seafood to those who rarely eat fish and show that it is an accessible and delicious dining option. To start try the Bang Bang Shrimp in a creamy and spicy sauce or Bacon Wrapped Atlantic Sea Scallops with mango salsa. Specialties include Pistachio Parmesan Crusted Rainbow Trout or Tenderloin Portabella Piccata wood grilled with garlic. An extensive bar with wines, beers, and liquors and dessert rounds out the menu.
  • Oakwood Grill

    4610 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 776 5778
    All the steaks served at this restaurant are cooked over signature oak wood grills and all the seafood is prepared fresh. Steak lovers will enjoy the USDA double bone prime rib for two. For vegetarians there are a number of meat-free options on the appetizer menu, and for those who don't like red meat, the seafood is a popular choice.
  • Vic & Angelo's

    4520 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 630 9899
    Once you set foot in Vic & Angelo's, you'll think you're in Italy, or at least in New York's Little Italy. Dark brown leather booths, marble tables with tall bottles of oil and vinegar, and brick walls all around give this popular restaurant that Old-World charm. The original Vic and Angelo were from Naples, Italy, and now, three generations later, their Italian tradition has carried on. Authentic to the core, their pizza dough is made with water imported from New York City and is baked in huge coal ovens. Thin-sliced, handcrafted meats, artisan cheeses, salads, hand-made pastas, and succulent fish and meat dishes await you. The place is always packed, so reservations are highly recommended.
  • Spoto's Oyster Bar

    4560 PGA boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 776 9448
    Serving everything from steamed clams to freshly shucked oysters, Spoto's Oyster Bar has been featured in Zagat's food journal and is loved by locals and tourists alike. With bar seating or a stylish outdoor area, this restaurant is the perfect place for a casual meeting or a dinner out on the weekend. Be sure to try one of the many draft beers or bottles of wine in supply.
  • Café Chardonnay

    4533 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 627 2662
    Flavorful and unique creations are what Chef Luis Ceballos serves from his kitchen in Café Chardonnay. Part of what makes this restaurant so special is the extensive wine list on hand with wines from all around the world including Argentina, Austria, Chile, Germany and Spain. To start try the Wild Mushroom Strudel and for the main course, Tandori Spiced Roasted Boneless Chicken with apricot couscous and vanilla curry yogurt. The menu varies depending on fresh ingredients and availability.
  • Cantina Laredo

    4635 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 622 1223
    As Mexican food has become more popular, Cantina Lareda has expanded to fulfill the public desires for authentic Mexican cuisine. Guacamole can be made at your table for extreme freshness. With traditional dinners such as tacos and enchiladas as well as steaks and pork, there is a meal to satisfy every taste. For dessert, try Mexican Apple Pie or Flan. Sunday brunch includes a complimentary Mimosa or Bloody Maria and ends at 3p.
  • The Circle

    1 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 888 273 2537
    The Circle in The Breakers Palm Beach is the foremost place in Palm Beach to have a breakfast or Sunday brunch. With a packed breakfast menu with hot and cold dishes, deciding what to have is an elaborate and pleasurable experience. But the breakfasts are meek compared to the legendary Sunday Brunch. The brunch begins at 11p and goes on till 2:30p. The brunch costs around USD85 for adults and USD45 for children but the deal is sweetened by over 30 different desserts. Also recommended is the signature Sunday Brunch Seafood Bloody Mary.
  • Renegades

    4833 Okeechobee Boulevard Bay 107 West Palm Beach, FL 33417 United States - Phone: +1 561 683 9555
    Renegades is believed to be one of the most well known clubs in the whole of Palm Beach. The club is primarily known for its love of country music and its decent collection of spirits displayed at the bar. Each day of the week is dedicated for some event here, like Tuesdays is the ladies night, Sundays are for poker and so on. Renegades also conducts dance lessons for those keen on improving their rhythmic foot and hosts local concerts
  • Sin Complex

    313 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 835 3900
    Club Sin is a exquisite nightclub at West Palm Beach that is extremely popular among the young and hip of the city. The club is a trendy, happening place and the ambience is electric. Laden with Buddha statues and some excellent lighting, this place can liven up even the dullest of the lot. With DJ's spinning smash hits, you can wind out at the nightclub and or sip o some vintage rum, scotch or champagne.
  • Improv Comedy Club & Dinner Theatre

    550 South Rosemary Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 1812
    The Improv Comedy Corner in West Palm Beach is a great place to head to if you are in the mood for a good laugh. Enjoy the exquisite ambience and the excellent seating at the place. Watch famous entertainers such as Daniel Tosh, Al Jackson, Harland Williams, Christopher Titus, John Witherspoon amongst other loved talented artists, entice audiences with their side splitting comedy. Enjoy a hearty meal that is offered with every show. Call ahead for hours.
  • Mark's City Palace

    700 South Rosemary Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 514 0770
    Located In City Palace an upscale area of West Palm Beach, Mark's City Palace is a big hit with the locals here providing them with a great space to dine at and also to enjoy a nice quite evening at. Designed by Karen Hanlon Design this place has a lounge bar as well as a restaurant. While chef Roy Villacrusi cooks up some fab meals visitors can also enjoy the lovely Sushi and Shashimi Bar with a fantastic sushi menu. This place is great for a night out with family or friends the only thing is it can get a little hard on the pockets.
  • III Forks

    4645 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 630 3660

    III Forks is a great steakhouse, where you can try different cuts of beef and a wide selection of fish. Start your meal with Crabcake St. Francis, then enjoy an entree of III Forks New York Strip Pepper Steak. Pair your meal with a glass of wine, with over 300 wines to choose from your server can recommend the perfect bottle.

  • The Capital Grille

    11365 Legacy Avenue Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33403 United States - Phone: +1 561 630 4994
    Capital Grille offers a tempting selection of steaks and seafood. Try an appetizer of Lobster and Crab Cakes or a Shrimp Cocktail. There is a wide range of entrees, including Seared Tenderloin with Butter Poached Lobster and Roasted Chicken. For dessert the Chocolate Hazelnut Cake and the Coconut Cream Pie are favorites.
  • Cool'a Fishbar

    11340 Legacy Avenue Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 622 2227
    Cool'a Fishbar offers a wide range of seafood. The fish is fresh and the portions are generous, you can try both original and traditional entrees. While you wait for your meal to arive try one of their cocktails. The service is fast and friendly.
  • Carmine's Gourmet Market

    2401 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 775 0105
    Carmine's Gourmet Market offers a wide range of gourmet goods, including seafood, produce and a deli. There is also a coffee selection of around 75 flavors. The staff at Carmine's Gourmet Market is friendly and well help you find the perfect idem, whether it is one of their sauces or a fine bottle of wine.
  • Cheesecake Factory

    11800 Lake Victoria Gardens Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 776 3711
    The Cheesecake Factory has a wide range of cuisine. You can choose from one of their many pastas, sandwiches, seafood, pizzas and much more. Of course you need to leave room for dessert, you can choose from one of their many cheesecakes which are so good that they named the restaurant after them. If you don't feel like cheesecake, there are a lot of other options, including Chocolate Tower Truffle Cake and Warm Apple Crisp.
  • Asian Fin

    4650 Donald Ross Road  Palm Beach Gardens, FL 34240 United States - Phone: +1 561 694 1900
    Asian Fin offers delicious sushi and seafood. The decor is Japanese influenced with red and black colors. If you are not in the mood for Japanese food or sushi, there are also steak entrees. There are a lot dining options, including Kumamoto Spare Rib, the Lobster Monster Sushi Roll and the Salmon Mango Roll.
  • Zuccarelli's Italian Kitchen

    5530 PGA Boulevard #101 Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 776 9889
    Zuccarelli's Italian Kitchen, located in Palm Beach Gardens, is a family-owned restaurant which serves up traditional Italian fare. They feature an extensive wine list and a wide variety of delectable cakes for dessert. The ambiance is warm, cozy, and friendly. There is another branch in West Palm Beach.
  • Grande's Bella Cucina Italiana & Trattoria

    4580 Donald Ross Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL United States - Phone: +1 561 932 0840
    Grande's Palm Beach Gardens branch of their famous chain is a luxurious and swanky restaurant serving up traditional Italian cuisine with a touch of Florida creativity.  Diners have the oportunity to enjoy their food outdoors in the elegant patio, the perfect spot for a warm summer night. Try the calamari saltati with a spicy tomato sauce and avacado, also recommended is the scallops sinatra with a divine sweet congnac sauce, mushrooms on parpadelle pasta.  The restaurant also serves lunch and a special sunday brunch buffet breafast buffet.   
  • Yard House

    11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 691 6901
    Yard House is the perfect place to go if nobody can decide on what they feel like eating. The menu here is varied, featuring a mixture of American food (burgers, steaks, sandwiches, pasta) and Asian cuisine (sushi, sashimi, egg roles, grilled Korean BBQ beef). Yard House also claims to have the world's largest selection of draft beer, which makes this a great place to go for Happy Hour.
  • Seasons 52

    11611 Ellison Wilson Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408 United States - Phone: +1 561 625 5852
    At the upscale Seasons 52 you can expect to find delicious and freshly prepared items on the menu such as Ceder Plank Atlantic Salmon, Wood-Roasted Pork Tenderloin, and Caramelized Sea Scallops.  The chefs use natural cooking techniques like grilling over an open flame. Wine-lovers rejoice; Seasons also features a wine bar with more than 120 wines available.
  • Sloan's Ice Cream

    11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Avenue Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 627 4301
    Take a break from those warm summer nights and stop by Sloan's for some delectable dessert. A treat not only for the taste buds but for the eyes as well, this old-fashioned ice cream parlor will appeal to children and adults alike. Guests can sample from the wide variety of flavors which include Krispy Kreme and Mom's Apple Pie.
  • Five Guys Burger & Fries

    11320 Legacy Avenue Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 625 3888

    Serving well prepared, beloved American classics using quality, fresh ingredients the Five Guys chain has made quite a name for itself in Florida.  The menu is refreshingly simple, just choose your desired burger size and cheese preference. Don't forget to top off your meal with a nice serving of the restaurant's famous fries, addicting and hot!

     

     

  • Tossed

    11290 Legacy Avenue Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 626 3111
    The menu at Tossed focuses mainly on salads and crepe wraps. In particular, try their Cayenne Shrimp Salad or their Chicken Portobello Crepe. Another big appeal is that guests can create their own salads by selecting from over 80 gourmet ingredients. Be sure to wash it all down with one of their signature smoothies. 
  • River House

    2373 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 694 1188

    The River House is located on the waterfront, so you can dine with an enchanting view. The restaurant is known for its fresh fish and steaks. The River House has a great menu, with options such as Wood Grilled Shrimp, Canadian Maple Leaf Duck, Top Serloin and Chilean Sea Bass. There is valet parking.

     

     

     

  • Ironwood Grille

    400 Avenue of Champions Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 627 4852
    Located at the at PGA National Resort & Spa, Ironwood Grille offers contemporary cuisine. Their Bone in Rib Eye Steak is expensive, but well worth the cost. Other great options include Wild Alaskan Salmon and Panko Parmesan Crusted Chicken Roulade. Ironwood Grille also offers a wide selection of wines so you can have the perfect drink with your meal.
  • J. Alexander's

    4625 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 694 2711

    J. Alexander's Restaurant offers a wide range of traditional American cuisine. Whether you want a burger or seafood, you'll be in luck, examples of entrees include Carolina Crab Cakes, Slow Roasted Prime Rib, Cypress Salad and such tempting side dishes as Iron Skillet Cornbread and Not Your Ordinary Mac & Cheese. If you want a drink with your meal, there is a nice selection of wines as well as cocktails, such as Martini Au Chocolat. 

  • Limoncello Ristorante

    11603 US Highway 1 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 United States - Phone: +1 561 622 7200
    Limoncello Ristorante is an Italian restaurant that offer cuisine at a moderate price. If you are not in the mood for pasta, try one of their gourmet pizzas. After dinner don't skip dessert, with tempting options such as Tiramisu. The service is fast and friendly.
  • Ozu Blue

    5090 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 776 3188
    Ozu Blue offers delicious traditional and contemporary Greek cuisine. The restaurant offers a lot of options, including Tzatziki, Musseles, Roast Leg of Lamb and Beef Kebabs. There is also an impressive drink list, including the Espresso Martini and the Ozu Blue Margarita. There is Greek dancing and belly dancing nightly.
  • Thai-Sakura

    4078 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 626 8018
    If your taste-buds long to devour spicy Thai curry or Sushi, Thai-Sakura is the right choice when in the city of Palm Beach Gardens. From Japanese Sashimi to meat or shrimps cooked in fresh coconut curry; they are all available in delicious forms. The options are just plenty to choose from, as they have something to offer to each and everyone. This sure is a place where friends and family can relish a satisfying meal.
  • Siam Square

    12100 US Highway 1 North Palm Beach, FL 33408 United States - Phone: +1 561 626 8218 / +1 561 626 4138
    The right amount of spice and seasoning is the essence of great cooking, and Thai food connotes just that. Siam Square is a Thai restaurant in North Palm Beach which serve some delicious Thai delicacies. The rich red or green curries go well with the steaming hot rice. Do try the 'Drunken Noodles' and choose your own sauce, meat or even the type of sea-food you like. And to conclude the meal, do not miss the ever popular sweet 'Sticky Rice.'
  • Talay Thai

    7100 Fairway Drive Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 961 5662
    Talay Thai is yet another option to relish the famous Asian Cuisine. Tease you tummy with the appetizing 'Calamari' or 'Wontons' or just enjoy eating the 'Panang Curry' with the 'Thai Fried Rice.' This is a nice place to try Thai food at its best in Palm Beach Gardens.
  • Buccan

    350 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 3450
    When you taste the food at Buccan, the first thing that strikes you is the freshness of the food. The flavors are simple, yet combined with total perfection. The seasonal menu is delightful and inspiring. Expect the highest level of professionalism from the staff, who will make sure you have a great visit.
  • Indus

    1649 Forum Plaza West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 249 0127
    Experience a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere featuring exquisite Indian cuisine at Indus located off Palm Beach Lakes. Classy decor, Indian music, belly dancers and impeccable service add to the ethnic ambiance. The menu features both vegetarian and non-vegetarian specialties that are cooked in traditional style using original recipes and locally-sourced superior ingredients. Must-try's include Palak Paneer, Chicken Mughalai Korma, Lamp Makhani and the Grilled Masala Salmon. The food is rich in exotic spices, unlike you will taste anywhere else in West Palm Beach. Indus is definitely worth trying for anyone who loves Indian cuisine.
  • Off The Hookah

    314 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 837 8577
    Off The Hookah brings the age-old tradition of smoking hookahs from the Middle East to West Palm Beach in a swanky but ethnic setting. It is also one of the top happening spots in the neighborhood for dance parties and other occasions. The decor retains every element that makes it a Middle-Eastern den, with plush couches, chandeliers, mood lighting, long drapes, mirrors and an exquisite bar. This nightspot also doubles up as a unique restaurant specializing in Mediterranean and Japanese cuisine. Patrons can sample their signature sushi, kabobs, Baba Ghanouj, Chicken Wings, Ceviche and Baklava. Libations flow all night as the expert bartenders mix spirits with a flair. Off the Hookah is certainly a jewel in South Florida's burgeoning nightlife scene.
  • Pistache French Bistro

    101 North Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 5090
    Pistache French Bistro, as the name implies, is a quaint little Parisian bistro located opposite to Centennial Park. The interiors and vintage decor remind you of 1920's Paris and exude a classy yet casual elegance. Top notch service and great food have the patrons coming back again. The menu incorporates French specialties with hints of Mediterranean influence, focusing on locally-sourced fresh ingredients. Go-to dishes include Cannelloni-style Crepes, Filet Au Poivre, Truffle Mac n' Cheese and the All Natural Chicken Breast. Imported dessert wines pair perfectly with the cheese platters and charcuterie, giving the sense of European dining. Patrons can choose to dine in the lovely interiors or in the outdoor patio area overlooking the park and Clematis Street.
  • Rocco's Tacos & Tequila Bar

    224 North Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401-5503 United States - Phone: +1 561 650 1001
    Rocco's Tacos is a well-known Florida staple and is a go-to place for Mexican on Clematis. Even if you're not a fan of Mexican, stop by for the delicious guacamole which is made fresh in front of your table and their tequilas and margaritas. The warm wooden interiors juxtaposed by quirky decor, make for an idyllic venue for fun night-outs. The menu features the best of Mexican comfort food, whether its is their signature Tacos, Enchiladas, Quesadillas or their spin on Fajitas – Molcajetes. Unmatched service, reasonable prices and the casual ambiance will surely make it your favorite spot in West Palm Beach.
  • Maison Carlos

    3010 South Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33405 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 6524
    Experience casual elegance and intimate ambiance featuring nouveau American cuisine at Maison Carlos tucked off the South Dixie Highway. The setup is semi-formal and service is impeccable, making this restaurant an idyllic venue for romantic dinners. Highlights of the menu include Scallopini di Vitello Picatta, Soufflé de fromage and the Truffled Lobster 'Mac and Cheese'. A handpicked selection of imported wines perfectly complements the food, rounding off the dining experience with a flourish.
  • Cafe Centro

    2409 North Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33407 United States - Phone: +1 561 514 4070
    Enjoy North Italian cuisine in a lovely rustic setting complete with exposed wood paneling, brick walls, antique chandeliers and European accents. Add to this, personalized service and home-style food in an intimate ambiance, which you will find only at Cafe Centro. On offer are Tuscany specialties like Eggplant Rollatini, Chicken Marsala, Veal Piccata and their signature Gnocchi. Exquisite wines and classic desserts accompany the food, adding a finesse to the whole dining experience.
  • Bimini Twist

    8480 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33411 United States - Phone: +1 561 784 2660
    Since opening in 2002, Bimini Twist has been delighting the natives of West Palm Beach with its exquisite seafood and meat creations. And it brings these specialties in a unique setting reminiscent of the Caribbean islands to every last detail. From the moment you step inside, you are taken over by the lively and eccentric atmosphere that resonates through the shack-like interiors. The decor is bright but not pretentious with bamboos, palm trees, tiki torches and warm wooden furnishings. You will be left spoiled for choice when it comes to choosing from the menu that features a variety of local seafood specialties and steak dishes. The friendly staff will readily recommend or you could start off with the Smoked Salmon Platter or Spicy Calamari; then move on to Pan Seared Lump Crab Cake & Filet Mignon Steak Tip. Finish off with a glass of Chateau Ste Michell, or a wine of your choice from the hand-picked selection of wines. But the experience is incomplete without trying their Bimini Buzz, a tropical cocktail served at the beginning of every meal. So whether you are looking for a fun night-out or celebrating with the family, make Bimini Twist your next stop in town.
  • China Beach Bistro

    409 Northwood Road West Palm Beach, FL 33407 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 4242
    China Beach Bistro is the neighborhood's go-to place for dim-sums and classic Chinese specialties. The extensive menu has something for everyone whether you are meat or seafood lover or even vegetarian. Apart from the dim sums, other must-try Szechuan specialties include Udon Noodles, Peking Duck, Misu Glazed Salmon and Coconut Milk Curry. The spacious and elegant interiors of the restaurant exude a casual ambiance, perfect for enjoying group dinners. They also provide efficient take-out and delivery service.
  • Palm Beach Groves

    227 East Ocean Avenue Lantana, FL 33462 United States - Phone: +1 561 588 4208 / +1 800 327 3208(Toll Free)
    If you really want to get a taste of Florida, Palm Beach Groves offers more types of citrus than you knew existed, right in season. From November's Red Navel oranges to April's Valencias, citrus lovers can sample everything the groves have to offer. The locals are partial to Honeybells, harvested in January. In addition to browsing through a marketplace full of beautiful gift assortments, homemade jellies and confections, visitors can take a free tram ride through the grove, taking in the packing house, tropical plants and roaming peacocks.
  • GreenMarket in West Palm Beach

    Narcissus Avenue at Banyan Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 822 1515
    Every Saturday morning, more than 60 vendors line up at the corner of Narcissus Avenue and Banyan Street to sell fresh fruit, vegetables, baked goods, seafood, herbs and many other items at the West Palm Beach GreenMarket. It is a great place to grab breakfast while enjoying the beautiful South Florida morning air. Several arts and crafts booths are also there, offering souvenirs that you will not find in gift shops.
  • Island Water Sports of Lake Worth

    728 Lake Ave Lake Worth, FL 33460 United States - Phone: +1 561 588 1728
    On the way to the Lake Worth Beach and pier, serious surfers and beach enthusiasts can stop in and look around this great surf shop. Selling the best name-brand clothing and swim wear, it also has a good assortment of sunglasses, beach accessories and jewelry on the first floor. Upstairs is a room full of surfboards in all shapes and sizes, both new and used, board bags, shoes, wet suits and diving gear.
  • Nomad Surf Shop

    4655 North Ocean Blvd Boynton Beach, FL 33435 United States - Phone: +1 561 272 2882
    If youre a surfer, or just like to pretend to be a surfer, you must visit this store. Decorated in high tropical style with life-sized tiki-men, Nomad is just as fun a hangout as a shopping establishment. With the most stylish clothing and swimwear for men, women and children, it is separated into accessories, sunglasses, watches and many gadgets; you could stay here for hours. In the back is a room full of surfboards and diving gear, and you can also get information on local surfing groups and lessons.
  • Boynton Beach Mall

    801 North Congress Ave Boynton Beach, FL 33426 United States - Phone: +1 561 736 7900
    The Boynton Beach Mall is situated between its sister Simon malls in Palm Beach and Boca Raton. It houses over 135 stores, including the two-story department stores Burdine's, Sears, Macy's, Dillard's and JCPenney, and a wide selection of eateries in its food court. A bit less crowded than other malls in the area, it offers a relaxing shopping experience. If you need a passport, visit Boynton Beachs dynamic City Hall in the Mall, just outside of Burdines. Shuttle buses and weekend valet parking are available.
  • Hoffman's Chocolate Factory

    5190 Lake Worth Rd Greenacres, FL 33463 United States - Phone: +1 561 433 4438
    Chocolate lovers beware. Hoffman's company headquarters is right on Lake Worth Road, and it smells good! This factory delivers goods to five smaller shops in the county, including one in the Palm Beach International Airport. Visit the facility to watch the candies being made and shop from the unique gift shop. During the winter holidays, Hoffman's really shines, with a guided light show that the locals make a point to view every year.
  • Goodwill Embassy Boutique

    210 Sunset Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 8199
    Your dollars go toward helping disabled people get job training and placement when you shop at Goodwill's Embassy Boutique. This thrift store is definitely like no other. Fine art, antique furniture, china and top-name designer clothing and formal wear can be purchased here. Located right around the corner from the Worth Avenue shopping district, it is a nice place to stop by and look around. You may even spot a celebrity here.
  • Esplanade

    150 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 0868
    Some of the most highly coveted designer labels have shops at the classy, Mediterranean style Esplanade on Worth Avenue, including Ralph Lauren, Sonia Rykiel, Krizia, Emanuel Ungaro and Calvin Klein. This two-story mini mall is also home to many specialty stores like the Banana Republic, Saks Fifth Avenue and Liz Claiborne. Shoppers are greeted by a valet upon arrival and the entire shopping experience from that point on is first rate.
  • Town Center at Boca Raton

    6000 Glades Road Boca Raton, FL 33431 United States - Phone: +1 561 368 6000
    With approximately 220 specialty stores, The Town Center Mall in Boca Raton is a popular destination for shoppers throughout the region. A Simon mall, it is decorated tastefully and cleanly, lending a light tropical air to the posh Boca Raton shopping atmosphere. It has many upscale, highly sought-after stores, such as Cartier, Tiffany and Company and Pottery Barn, and among its department stores are Bloomingdale's, Sears, Burdines, Lord and Taylor, Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue. Valet parking is available at certain areas.
  • Clematis Street

    523 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 8873
    For shopping, people watching, entertainment, dining and family fun all in one spot, Clematis Street in West Palm Beach is a great destination. Many of the popular festivals and street parties happen here, but even when nothing in particular is going on, its business establishments are alive, ranging from the Banana Republic and the Gap to unique, lesser known locally owned specialty shops. A 2.3 million dollar fountain beautifies and animates the end of the lively street, making it a popular spot for people of all ages.
  • Saks Fifth Avenue

    172 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 2551
    Saks Fifth Avenue, which has been displaying the best of American and European designer fashions since the 1920's, has recently been expanded and renovated. A separate, two-story men's store is at the east end of the Esplanade. On the second level is an intimate apparel shop, which nicely complements the many women's designer fashions found throughout the store. All of the accessories, jewelry, fragrances, cosmetics, home furnishings and shoes that one would expect to see are also here, as always.
  • Couture Optique's

    150 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 2020
    Noted for gracing the faces of many Hollywood stars, all of the designer eyewear found at Couture Optique is styled and made in Italy. Exclusive lines sold here include Oliver Peoples, Frederic Beausoliel and Boucheron, and the shop also boasts an elusive collection of the more difficult to find sunglasses. Customers receive top notch, personalized service at this establishment, whether they are shopping for a new pair of glasses or just browsing.
  • Giorgio's of Palm Beach

    205 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 2446
    Giorgio's of Palm Beach, the internationally famous maker of the largest collection of alligator and ostrich handbags, shoes, furniture and accessories in the world, also features an impressive selection of handmade Italian cashmere blazers and trousers. The beloved Loro Piana collection at this store adds to the many items of the highest quality, confirming the impeccable reputation held by this unparalleled establishment of the industry where wealth and luxury define fashion.
  • Treasures - The Brams Collection

    700 S Rosemary Ave West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 835 1891
    If you are looking for a particular type of autographed item, The Brams family, owners of Treasures, will do its best to acquire it for you. The extensive collection of autographs found here is one of the most impressive in the country, and people come from all over the world to purchase items like a "Gone With the Wind" photo signed by Vivian Leigh. See their website for further details.
  • Tracy Dara Kamenstein

    235 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 4055
    Tracy Dara Kamenstein, the unique fine jewelry salon on Worth Avenue, is known for its handmade 22 and 24 karat gold jewelry. Kamenstein incorporates authentic ancient artifacts into these pieces and accentuates them with precious and semi precious stones and pearls. There is no limit to what she will design. One can even purchase a pair of 22 karat gold sandals set with diamonds and brilliant jewels at this one-of-a-kind boutique.
  • Van Cleef and Arpels

    249 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 6767
    The icons of Palm Beach society get their formal jewelry and tiaras at Van Cleef and Arpels on Worth Avenue. The legendary boutique carries an amazing selection of rare white, pink and yellow diamonds, including their 89-carat white diamond. The locals joke that whoever purchases this diamond will become its namesake. Thankfully, a beautiful selection of less extravagant pieces can also be found here.
  • Valentino

    204 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 7533
    As an emerging designer, the young Valentino showed one of his first collections right here on Worth Avenue. Today, his distinctive fashions are known throughout the world as ranking among the most distinguished, and are coveted by celebrities and royalty alike for important occasions. At his boutique, Valentino's evening wear, dramatically detailed and cut to perfection, can be found among the beautiful cashmere sweaters, shoes, handbags and fine signature fragrances.
  • Tourneau

    175 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 8812
    Tourneau inhabits a building that was constructed in 1928 and was once a Chrysler-Packard showroom. The country's largest watch retailer sells and provides services on timepieces. Tourneau deals with more than 70 brands of watches, including upwards of 7,000 Swiss models, and it is also equipped to design a watch especially for a particular customer. The shop additionally carries both new and antique watches and fine jewelry.
  • Salvatore Ferragamo

    200 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 0602
    Timeless design reigns at Salvatore Ferragamo. The Italian designer's boutique has resided here since 1986, when he purchased the building. Aside from a complete line of clothing for men and women, the store also features shoes, boots, luggage, belts, jewelry and accessories, as well as the more recently launched line of fragrance and eyewear.
  • LaCoste

    206 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 5666
    Whether you are a tennis player or not, the sporty fashion of French tennis star Rene LaCoste and the crocodile (or is it an alligator?) logo has been fun to wear since the days when we flipped our collars up. The store, which has recently expanded to twice its former size at this location, carries a full line of clothing for men, women and children, and it also offers coordinating travel bags, watches, sunglasses and toiletries.
  • Creations By Mariano

    240 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 5999
    Since 1948, Creations by Mariano has been lending an artistic hand to the world of international fine jewelry. This is the only place where items made of many exotic stones including Rhodochroside and fluoride can be found. The jewelers at this shop make their expertise and quality workmanship available for jewelry repair and design, so customers may bring their own pieces in to be restyled into one-of-a-kind works of art.
  • Angela Moore

    88 Via Mizne Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 1288
    Sure to become a beloved addition to artsy Palm Beach's shopping and fashion scene is Angela Moore and her unique collection of unique items, including her signature hand painted jewelry and accessories. Her lovely rainbow of bright cashmere sweaters and shawls is in keeping with those of other designers on the runway, and she features her own collection of colorful home furnishings, as well as resort wear by Manuel Canovas.
  • History Buff

    32 Via Mizne Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 366 8255
    If the name of this shop grabs your attention, the items inside will definitely keep you browsing for a long time. Everything in the store is guaranteed to be authentic, including the original autographs, some dating back to the 17th century, of historical figures such as presidents, inventors and artists. First edition books, vintage signed photographs and a variety of fascinating memorabilia can also be found here, where history buffs will have no trouble obtaining original pieces from the past to keep and enjoy.
  • Tiffany & Co.

    259 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 6090
    It would be difficult to miss Tiffany &Co., the world famous two-story emporium that makes Worth Avenue complete. Its fine diamonds, gold and silver jewelry, exquisite home furnishings, accessories and china are second to none, whether one is shopping for a gift or oneself. Tiffany also carries its highly reputed lines of leather handbags, signature neckties and scarves, and its unique fragrances. After more than 160 years of business, this company continues to thrive, and Palm Beach residents and visitors do their share to keep it successful.
  • Greenleaf and Crosby

    236 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 5850
    After more than a century of doing business on Palm Beach, Greenleaf and Crosby Jewelers is a well-established and respected local authority on gemstone and enamel jewelry. With a graduate gemologist and a goldsmith readily available on the premises, the service here goes far beyond what one would expect. Its vast selection of pieces includes new designer lines, estate jewels and beautiful South Sea pearls. The jeweler also does estate purchasing.
  • Christian DuPont Antiques

    353 Peruvian Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 718 4492
    A family owned establishment, Christian DuPont Antiques is an excellent source of fine French antiques, especially those dating back to the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Each breathtaking showroom is designed individually, never lacking the Old World charm that the shop emotes throughout. This noted establishment also offers custom made silk floral arrangements which are found amidst the impeccably restored relics on the shelves. The tasteful museum quality displays and decor exudes European history and taste.
  • Myers Luggage

    329 Clematis St West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 6644
    True to its name, Myers Luggage carries an impressive selection of luggage and travel goods, made of coveted leathers of alligator, lizard and ostrich, while offering a restoration service for old leather bags and briefcases. Surprisingly, the store also carries some of the most unusual gift items in the area, like its talking golf clock, remote control airplanes, electric Porsche razor and high power cosmetic mirrors. This is definitely not your average luggage store.
  • St. John Boutique

    246 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 5564
    America's premier name in designer knitwear, St. John Boutique opens its doors regularly to many high-profile women who wear this quality collection with the utmost loyalty. This important Worth Avenue boutique carries a complete line of contemporary sportswear, an elegant evening wear collection, stylish tailored suits and a variety of shoes for every occasion. St. John Boutique also offers a nice selection of coordinating accessories, including handbags, sunglasses and watches.
  • Chanel

    301 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 1550
    Nothing grabs the attention of fashion conscious shoppers like Coco Chanel, and her two-story shop in Palm Beach is no exception. The first floor is loaded with fine jewelry, fragrances, accessories, ready-to-wear fashions by Karl Lagerfeld, the LeTemps Chanel watch collection and a full line of cosmetics and beauty treatments. The second floor is used for special events and fashion shows. The consultants at Chanel are trained to provide visitors with the flawless service consistent with the designer's fine reputation.
  • Cloud 10

    450 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 835 9110
    For the younger people on the shopping list or for those who need to find a baby shower gift, Cloud 10, right across the street from the Esplanade, has an enormous selection of items for newborns all the way up to pre-teens. Aside from clothing, the shop carries shoes, toys, baby layette items, Beanie Babies and so many adorable accessories, shoppers here forget all about cloud nine. International shipping is available.
  • Vilda B. DePorro

    211 Worth Ave Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 3147
    Fine European and Oriental art and collectible items, decorator home furnishings and rare porcelain objects can be found at Vilda B. DePorro, an eclectic shop that gathers beautiful things from around the world and displays them with utmost class. Among its collections are items from the former Post estate, Mar-a-Lago. The Worth Avenue boutique also boasts one of the largest and most impressive jade and ivory collections in the United States.
  • Island Trading Company

    105 N County Rd Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 0555
    Peter Appleton Greene, owner of this restored 1920's building that houses the Island Trading Company, is a prominent, well-respected antique dealer in Palm Beach. The shop, just one block north of The Breakers Hotel, features fine art, period antiques and decorative accessories, all rare, unique and perfectly restored. Greene welcomes tour groups to the shop and enjoys discussing the collections with his visitors, making it not only an antique store, but also a fascinating gallery.
  • Trousseau Fine Vintage Linen and Gifts

    219 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 9696
    Owner Linda McClellan makes it her business to travel around the world, gathering antique French and Italian linens to display in Trousseau Fine Vintage Linen and Gifts, her cozy antique shop on Via Testa. Although the pieces are vintage historical items, they work well into contemporary decorating motifs and make superb gifts. Among the breathtaking items found in the shop are Victorian bibs which look great framed, vintage Christening gowns, window treatments, silk French tapestry pillows and antique monogram pieces.
  • West Palm Beach Antique Row

    3621 South Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33405 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 4164
    Antique Row is a street full of antique shops in West Palm Beach. With over 45 antique shops showcasing an amazing selection of 17th-20th century antiques, fine and decorative arts and modern furnishings, this area is within walking distance of tourist accommodations and restaurants. This is the East coast's premier antique districts.
  • City Place

    700 South Rosemary Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 366 1000
    Sidewalk cafes, ancient architecture, fountains and shops adorn this bustling area of West Palm Beach. Cluttered with stores and restaurants, City Place is the locality's premier shopping district. There's everything and anything that your money can buy. From clothes, shoes, jewelry, children's clothes, optical, health and beauty products, home furnishings, book, cards to electronics and games, you will find it here.
  • Chopard Boutique

    247 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 805 5710
    If you are looking out for a flawless piece of art to add style to your personality, then a visit to this store will leave you more than pleased. You can find this famous accessory brand on Worth, nestled among the line-up of fashion brand retailers like Armani and Chanel. There is a good range of watches and jewelry on stock; classy, elegant, and stunning pieces of timeless beauty! Many other accessories like belts, pens, and perfumes are also available. Just make sure you carry your plastic money with you! Call +1 800 246 7273 (Toll Free).
  • Gardens Mall

    3101 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 775 7750
    The affluence of Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens can be seen at the Gardens Mall, where shops like Chanel, Saks Fifth Avenue and Tiffany & Co. line the wide arcades. There are also small specialty stores and larger retailers like Bloomingdales and Sears in the mall. Besides the usual food court offerings, several good restaurants are here, including the Brio Tuscan Grille and P.F. Chang's. See the website for events and sales taking place.
  • Guy La Ferrera

    5050 Town Center Circle Boca Raton, FL 33486 United States - Phone: +1 561 620 0011
    Located in Boca Raton, this Italian store is your best bet if you want your shopping experience to be pleasant—Guy La Ferrera employs a friendly staff (Italian, of course) to help customers go through the exclusive range of formal wear. From suits and tuxedos to blazers and trousers, Guy offers a remarkable designer collection of Italian brands. Prices vary according to the quality of the fabric and the garment's pattern.
  • Mecox Gardens

    333 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 805 8611
    A store offering beautiful home accessories, furnishings, and antiques is now within reach! Walk in and be enthralled at the wide range of items available for both interiors and gardens. The merchandise includes bookshelves, lamps, vases, treasure chests, sofas, patio chairs and tables, armoires, beds, consoles and more. You can swear by the quality of the products at Mecox, and if you have something specific in mind, you can even get it made-to-order. Call +1 800 487 4854 (Toll Free).
  • Maus & Hoffman

    312 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 1141
    Maus & Hoffman was first established in 1940 and has maintained its reputation of being one of the best retailers in town. It provides high quality clothing options and efficient customer service. Name any occasion and M&H has an array of outfits to match it. Distinctive brands like Testoni, Lemmermayer, Artioli and Bobby Jones sit permanently on the racks of this up-class store in Downtown Palm Beach. Beware, the store is known as much for its high pricing as it is for the designer patterns. So don't forget your credit card behind. Call +1 800 628 6287 (toll free).
  • Mister Formal

    2830 Okeechobee Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33409 United States - Phone: +1 561 684 0464
    Ever since it first opened in 1975, Mister Formal has catered to fashion freaks of the city with exclusive designer labels such as Oscar De La Renta, Calvin Klein, and Ralph Lauren. Although the store stocks a striking collection of suits, shirts, trousers and other formal wear, it is best known for its elegant tuxedos. If you are the groom-to-be, you can rent a free tux, or then avail of a complimentary limousine service on the big day! The store also offers accessories such as hats, shoes, canes, gloves, and ties.
  • The Church Mouse

    378 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 2154
    The Church Mouse is a bit of a misnomer for a place like this. To put it differently, it's the trendiest thrift store one would come across. Managed by the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea, the inventory includes slightly used articles of clothing, furniture, rugs, purses, bedding and the like. Given that it's Palm Beach a lot of the articles are a la mode, and at affordable prices. If you still think you're over indulging, it'll easy your conscience to know that the proceeds go towards charity.
  • Rapunzel's Closet

    326 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 5300
    Rapunzel's Closet has everything a woman would want. Clothes, dresses, shoes, handbags, belts, accessories; and a plethora of brands most would tire out counting. Their markdowns are worth checking out too, at times up to 75 percent off. They also have a second outlet at 251, Royal Poinciana Way, Phone: +1 561 659 3436. Who says you need to be loaded to shop on Palm Beach?!
  • Barzina

    66 Via Mizne Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 5834
    Barzina is a gift shop unlike any other you're likely to come across here in Palm Beach County. Dubbed "the place to get everything for people who have everything" you'll pretty much find all and its first cousins here. Most people walk in with something in mind and walk out with something else altogether. As Barzina's world exploring owner puts it, "it's a place to lose yourself only to find yourself"...
  • Vilebrequin

    150 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 835 0170
    A leading manufacturer and retailer of mens swim wear, Vilebrequin has been operating for over 30 years. It has a chain of stores across US and other countries. 'Fathers and Sons' and 'Sun Collectors' are some of their well known and reputed collections. If you are looking for stylish and trendy swim wear of the finest quality, this is the right place to shop for those flawlessly crafted swim trunks. Also check out the Vilebrequin Optical Collection which offers stylish frames and shapes for all occasions.
  • Carmine's Gourmet Market

    2401 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 775 0105
    Carmine's Gourmet Market offers a wide range of gourmet goods, including seafood, produce and a deli. There is also a coffee selection of around 75 flavors. The staff at Carmine's Gourmet Market is friendly and well help you find the perfect idem, whether it is one of their sauces or a fine bottle of wine.
  • True Religion Brand Jeans

    3101 PGA Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 799 3368

    Located in Palm Beach Gardens, the True Religion Brand Jeans shop does risqué business at any given time. What started out in 2002 as just an idea for founder Jeffrey Lubell, is now a already a name to reckon with in the denim market. The idea was to create jeans which very comfortable, good looking and possessing that vintage, bohemian feel from the 70's. With a cult name like True Religion, the brand has done well for itself and now diversified into hand baggage, accessories, swim wear, lingerie, fragrances and eye wear.

  • A.R.T Worth Avenue

    235 Worth Avenue Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 420 8866
    Exquisite pieces of jewelry adorn the displays of A.R.T Worth Avenue. This exclusive boutique is known for their jewelry collections, designed by eminent artists like Ashleigh Branstetter, Ashok Sancheti, Fruzsina Keehn, Loree Rodkin, Robin Renzi and many more. Earrings, bracelets, necklaces, rings and other non-conformist pieces of jewelry find their way into this luxury boutique. The shop is also a venue for many jewelry shows and plays host to a number of art exhibitions. The "Diamond Dust" paintings was their very first exhibition.
  • Carmen's Restaurant and Lounge

    999 East Camino Real Boca Raton, FL 33432 United States - Phone: +1 561 750 8354
    The atmosphere is the thing here. Gorgeous ocean views and the elegant, comfortable decor make the dining experience enjoyable from the moment you walk in. The food is also some of the best in the area. The menu features local seafood, prime beef, tender veal and quite an assortment of pasta dishes. A la carte pricing runs from USD15-USD32, depending on the choice of entree. The restaurant also offers early bird specials (USD15.95-USD18.95) and a prix-fixe menu for two (USD59.95 including a bottle of wine). Call to find out when the specials are offered. It also serves a great Sunday brunch.
  • Boston's on the Beach

    40 South Ocean Boulevard Delray Beach, FL 33483 United States - Phone: +1 561 278 3364
    Right across the street from the beach, bustling Boston's always has patrons enjoying the ocean breeze on the terrace. Come here for breakfast after watching the sunrise. The upper deck of Boston's is a dining room, where one can order dishes like fresh the New England clambake feast, lobster, tuna, salads and pasta dishes. The lower level of the restaurant is a bar and lounge, very popular with the locals. At night, area bands often play and customers mingle at this Bean town-style beachfront bar.
  • Bamboo Room Blues Lounge

    25 South J Street Lake Worth, FL 33460 United States - Phone: +1 561 585 2583
    The Bamboo Room Blues Lounge is a restored relic of historic downtown Lake Worth. A major player in the area's social scene when it was built in 1923, this spot is a nice place to sit back in a comfortable wicker chair, relax and enjoy some of the most famous touring blues bands in the circuit, as well as some great emerging bands. You will feel at home at this cozy, intimate bar decorated with warm wooden fixtures and maple floors. See the Web site or call for the concert schedule. Ticket prices vary depending on the act.
  • Monkeyclub

    219 Clematis St West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 833 6500
    Boasting the largest dance floor in the Clematis Street night scene, the Monkeyclub is definitely a giant in both size and popularity. The 7,500 square foot Caribbean-style facility hosts some of the largest ladies nights and dance parties around. Every Saturday night, local radio station 95.5 broadcasts from the club from 10 pm to midnight. There is usually a cover charge at the door, except for special promotions and events.
  • Tapestry Bar

    1 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 6611 (Resort)
    The Tapestry bar exudes elegance. Antique mirrors reflecting the shimmering chandeliers, mahogany seating and of course 15th Century tapestries. The mahogany bar at one end is the perfect place to nurse a drink. The Tapestry Bar's exotic cocktails and their extensive wine list will suffice while entertaining company. And if you find yourself in a mood to be by yourself, the live jazz may just provide better companionship.
  • Leopard Lounge, The

    363 Cocoanut Row Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 659 5800
    Everything about the Leopard Lounge says jungle. The unique hand-painted ceiling, trophy heads, the bar, the cocktail menu and even the waiters-all have a jungle theme to them. The place also has live music, across the spectrum. As the locals will tell you, this is one of the hottest nightspots in this neck of the woods (pun intended), and don't be surprised if along with a throng of teeny-boppers, you bump into a celebrity or two!
  • Vintage Bar & Grille

    4650 Donald Ross Road Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 United States - Phone: +1 561 776 9779
    Plush red booths and gleaming wooden beams make Vintage Bar & Grille look nicer than your average strip mall restaurant. Located in the Donald Ross Shopping Plaza, the restaurant serves up fresh fare with an emphasis on Northern Californian cuisine. The Roasted Golden Beet Salad (USD12.95) is a wonderful mixture of flavors and textures, with mixed baby greens, honey glazed nuts, dried cranberries and a Stilton cheese soufflé tossed with sweet red wine vinaigrette. Entrees include Pan-Seared Chilean Sea Bass (USD32.95), Maine Lobster and Black Truffle Mac and Cheese (market price), and Australian Rack of Lamb (USD37.95). Don't skip dessert. The Blueberry Sensation (USD10) is the perfect way to end a meal--short bread filled with fresh blueberries and cinnamon crumb topping served warm with vanilla ice cream. A bonus: during the weekend the restaurant features live jazz.
  • Renegades

    4833 Okeechobee Boulevard Bay 107 West Palm Beach, FL 33417 United States - Phone: +1 561 683 9555
    Renegades is believed to be one of the most well known clubs in the whole of Palm Beach. The club is primarily known for its love of country music and its decent collection of spirits displayed at the bar. Each day of the week is dedicated for some event here, like Tuesdays is the ladies night, Sundays are for poker and so on. Renegades also conducts dance lessons for those keen on improving their rhythmic foot and hosts local concerts
  • Respectable Street

    518 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33410 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 9999
    One of the well known nocturnal destinations, Respectable Street, is the ultimate dance club. It features live acts, which includes rock, funk and hip hop. The interiors are done in dark hues, with wall murals and chess board tiled dance floor. Respectable Street also features a bar with a selective list of potions.
  • Sin Complex

    313 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 835 3900
    Club Sin is a exquisite nightclub at West Palm Beach that is extremely popular among the young and hip of the city. The club is a trendy, happening place and the ambience is electric. Laden with Buddha statues and some excellent lighting, this place can liven up even the dullest of the lot. With DJ's spinning smash hits, you can wind out at the nightclub and or sip o some vintage rum, scotch or champagne.
  • Sushi Groove Lounge

    2730 South Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33405 United States - Phone: +1 561 837 8588
    For the most liveliest parties head down to the Sushi Groove Lounge. Dance the night away while the DJ spins some of the best music in the world. The crowds here really heat up the dance floor. There is also a good selection of alcoholic beverages on offer here. Sushi Groove Lounge is a great place to party at and have a good time if you like to party.
  • Orbit Nightclub

    3637 South Federal Highway Boynton Beach, FL 33483 United States - Phone: +1 561 737 2199
    Widely known as a huge and upmarket club in the city, the Orbit Nightclub caters to most types of music, live music, DJ's and plenty more that gives visitors an all-round treat. It boasts of several theme nights, ladies night on Wednesdays to techno nights on Fridays. It has a bar that offers unlimited supply of alcohol. Dance to classic and contemporary tunes and get high-spirited at this popular nightclub. Call ahead for more details.
  • The Speakeasy Lounge

    129 North Federal Highway Lake Worth, FL 33460 United States - Phone: +1 561 791 6242
    The Speakeasy Lounge is a cool nightspot that is known for its live entertainment. It stages concerts of artists/bands and features variety of genres of music. The club also has a full bar that serves excellent cocktails and chilled beer. Be it a fun act or a concert, every event held here is well-attended and the audience encourages every performer. For more details, call ahead.
  • Off The Hookah

    314 Clematis Street West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 837 8577
    Off The Hookah brings the age-old tradition of smoking hookahs from the Middle East to West Palm Beach in a swanky but ethnic setting. It is also one of the top happening spots in the neighborhood for dance parties and other occasions. The decor retains every element that makes it a Middle-Eastern den, with plush couches, chandeliers, mood lighting, long drapes, mirrors and an exquisite bar. This nightspot also doubles up as a unique restaurant specializing in Mediterranean and Japanese cuisine. Patrons can sample their signature sushi, kabobs, Baba Ghanouj, Chicken Wings, Ceviche and Baklava. Libations flow all night as the expert bartenders mix spirits with a flair. Off the Hookah is certainly a jewel in South Florida's burgeoning nightlife scene.
  • Columbia Hospital

    2201 45th St West Palm Beach, FL 33407 United States - Phone: +1 561 842 6141
    Full service facility. Emergency treatment and trauma care. Specialized services include Wound Care, Mental Health, Obstetrics/Maternity, Aquatic & Rehabilitation. Parking adjacent to hospital.
  • Children's Hospital at St. Mary's Medical Center

    901 45th St West Palm Beach, FL 33407 United States - Phone: +1 561 844 6300
    24-hour pediatric emergency room care, trauma center, a Child Development Program, Child Life Program, and Palm Beach County's only pediatric oncology unit.
  • South Florida Fairgrounds

    9067 Southern Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33411 United States - Phone: +1 561 793 0333
    The South Florida Fairgrounds, located in western Palm Beach County, is home of more than just an annual fair. It is the most utilized venue in the county, attracting more than a million people a year. It hosts shows, concerts and exhibitions year round, including Pioneer Days, antique shows, trade shows and sporting events, school activities and the popular Yesteryear Village. The fair itself, which draws more than 700,000 people per year, holds big-name concerts and lots of interesting exhibits, along with thrilling rides.
  • Powerhouse Gym

    6900 Okeechobee Blvd West Palm Beach, FL 33411 United States - Phone: +1 561 687 4611
    While recovering from cancer, Andres Galarraga of the Atlanta Braves worked with a personal trainer at this very gym, and he made an amazing comeback that season, making national headlines. With 110 weight machines and 54 cardio machines, there isn't a long weight for equipment. The gym also has a wide selection of classes, tanning, massage, a juice bar, a pro shop, racquetball, basketball, boxing and free day care. Please call for guest rates.
  • South Florida Expo Center

    9067 Southern Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33411 United States - Phone: +1 561 793 0333
    If you are looking to accommodate a large audience, look no further. Recently constructed, each hall in this place is built at the cost of a whopping $8.2 million. There's enough space for a boat show and a variety of other events that require spacious venues. Totally, you will find 150,000 sq. ft. of floor space at your disposal. There is parking for over 6,000 cars. So, feel free to call and find the latest rates to make your booking.
  • Palm Tran

    3201 Electronics Way West Palm Beach, FL 33407 United States - Phone: +1 561 841 4287
    Palm Trans runs a bus network within Palm Beach County. The route map is hardly comprehensive, but a single line, Route 10, does connect Jupiter and its surroundings with Palm Beach, as well as connecting to the local Civic Activities Trolley. Route 10 operates from about 6a to 8p; check their website for other schedules.
  • The Mar-a-Lago Club

    1100 South Ocean Boulevard Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 832 2600
    A posh club in Palm Beach, Mar-a-Lago is spread across 20 acres surrounded by greenery. Some of the best known parties and social events take place at this club—you can find anything from trendy fashion shows to sophisticated wine tastings and dinner parties! It is one of the world's most beautiful and exclusive clubs with elegance, style and splendor. The club houses a spa, ballroom, golf club, fine dining area with beautiful artistic interiors and more. A National Historic Landmark, the club membership has many advantages.
  • Greene Complex for Sports and Recreation

    1100 South Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 803 2334
    Greene Complex for Sports and Recreation is located inside the campus of Palm Beach Atlantic University. It is a 65,000 square foot facility, with various sections dedicated for different sports and activities. Rubin Arena, Mahoney Auxiliary Gymnasium, Fitness center, Racquet and Handball courts are a few to name. Though the complex primarily serves as a competition venue for all the intercollegiate athletic events, it can be rented out for social events as well.
  • American Eagle Taxi

    1 South County Road Palm Beach, FL 33480 United States - Phone: +1 561 282 8251
    The best way to get around the scenic coastal city of Palm Beach is by hiring a local taxicab service that will manage the driving for you! American Eagle Taxi is a company that operates round the clock to serve your needs. The drivers speak fluent French and Spanish, so as a tourist, you are in for a great city tour with your personal driver-cum-guide.
  • Access Taxi

    3700 Georgia Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33405 United States - Phone: +1 561 474 4444
    If you're having a hard time finding a reliable taxi service then, Access Taxi will come to your rescue! Be it long or short distance travel, or even an entire day city tour, they will assist you with same. If you are planing to stay out till late night, or enjoy a couple of drinks at a bar, it is highly recommended that you hire a taxicab to safely drive you back. Drivers out here are known to overcharge, so it's better to fix rates in advance and bargain hard if you have to!
  • West Palm Beach

    West Palm Beach West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 233 3000(Tourist Information)
    West Palm Beach is known for its beaches, where visitors can spend hours under the sun sipping on cocktails. There are many restaurants and museums as well to choose from. Many major events such as the SunFest and Palm Beach International Film Festival are also a few of the attractions at West Palm Beach.
  • St Lucie Civic Center

    9221 SouthEast Civic Center Place Port St Lucie, FL 34982 United States - Phone: +1 772 807 4488
    Having the experience and expertise to hosting shows, art exhibits, events, meetings, conferences, concerts, workshops and much more, the St.Lucie Civic Center has added to the magnetism of the city of Port St Lucie. Event organizers and visitors choose this sprawling 1,00,000 square foot complex as a venue for growth and entertainment. With technically up-to-date lightning and sound systems all kinds of events ranging from conventions to trade-shows, banquets and events have been met with utmost success. For a quick glance through the current events and schedules at the civic center, visit the website or call ahead.
  • West Atlantic Avenue

    West Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach, FL 33484 United States - Phone: +1 561 243 7000(Tourist Information)
    West Atlantic Avenue is an important street which connects several parts of city. The street has several important landmarks, accommodation and entertainment spots and places worth visiting, located in its close proximity. This place is a constant hub of activity with a plethora of events and concerts taking place here regularly. If you are interested in knowing the culture of the place or the local way of life, a stroll here will give you an insight.
  • Americraft Expo Center At The South Florida Fairgrounds

    9067 Southern Boulevard West Palm Beach, FL 33411 United States - Phone: +1 561 793 0333
    Americraft Expo Center at South Florida Fairgrounds is a plush venue that hosts a variety of corporate events. Several business events, trade fairs, consumer shows, fund raisers and many others take place here. The center is well equipped with Wi-Fi, restrooms, lighting, hospitality services and so on. The center has garnered corporate patrons because of its efficient services, good staff and a pleasant ambiance.
  • Wellington Triathlon Club

    10869 Camino Circle Wellington, FL 33414 United States - Phone: +1 561 889 5792
  • Torrey Pines Institute

    11350 South West Village Parkway Port St Lucie, FL 34987 United States - Phone: +1 772 345 4800
  • Northboro Park Historic District

    36th Street West Palm Beach, FL 33407 United States - Phone: +1 561 822 2222 (Tourist Information)
    Located in West Palm Beach, the Northboro Park Historic District reflects the socio-economic lifestyle of Northboro in the olden days. This district preserves of the charming architecture of the early times and is featured on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Old Lake Worth City Hall

    414 Lake Avenue Lake Worth, FL 33460 United States - Phone: +1 561 533 7354
    Starting out as an Elementary School in Lake Worth, the City Hall Annex as it is known today, is one of the oldest buildings in town. June of 1928 saw it remodeled to accommodate administrative offices and the Commission Chamber. It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1989, the building now houses the Lake Worth Historical Museum on its second floor. Highlighting the local and cultural history of Lake Worth, this one is definitely 'Worth' a visit.
  • El Cid Historic District

    South Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 822 1457
    The renowned El Cid Historic District is a primly located in West Palm Beach in Florida. It was designated as a historic district in August 31, 1995. It is bordered by Flamingo Drive, Dyer Road, South Flagler Drive and South Dixie Highway. It constitutes of 281 historic buildings. The district is spread over a mammoth land cover of 500 acres (2.0 kilometers). It occupies tremendous historic significance and monumental value in the light of the present day.
  • First Church of Christ, Scientist

    138 Lakeview Avenue West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States - Phone: +1 561 655 8182
    First Church of Christ, Scientist, is situated on South Flagler Drive in West Palm Beach. It was constructed in 1928 by eminent architects Horace Trumbauer and F. W. Blandford. The church building is a superb example of Classical Revival style of architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1988.
  • Riviera Beach

    Riviera Beach Riviera Beach, FL 33404 United States - Phone: +1 561 845 4000(Tourist Information)
    Located in Florida's Palm Beach County, Riviera Beach is a small city renowned for its beautiful beaches. Riviera Beach is a good vacation spot for water-sport enthusiasts, and many parts of the city can be explored by boat. Rapids Water Park is very popular among tourists.