West Palm Beach

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Cafe Boulud
9
$$$
Vegan and Vegetarian
9 reviews
The kitchen serves Daniel’s classic French food—tables on the leafy patio out front are the most private. — Travel + Leisure
Echo Palm Beach
8
$$$
Sushi
6 reviews
The stunning dining room creates a dramatic background for gorgeous modern dinnerware with screen-printed color from Izabel Lam in New York. — Gayot
Cafe L'Europe
8
$$$
European
5 reviews
One of Palm Beach's finest and most popular spots, this award-winning, romantic, and formal restaurant gives you a good reason to get dressed up. — Frommer's
Bice
8
$$$
Italian
5 reviews
Family-run Milan-based Bice group wins approval from Palm Beach society tastemakers with a pretty outdoor patio and formal see-and-be-seen dining room. — Gayot
8
$$
Cafe
5 reviews
This funky hole-in-the-wall is where those in the know come to eat some of West Palm Beach's most laid-back gourmet food. — Frommer's
Buccan
8
$$$
Italian
4 reviews
It's island casual in its trendiest, most boisterous, yet still refined incarnation, with a menu to match. — Fodor's
Howley's Restaurant
8
$$
Diners
5 reviews
Open almost all night, this mint-green 1950s diner's tagline is 'cooked in sight, must be right. — Lonely Planet
Renato's
7
$$$
Italian
4 reviews
"romantic" Italian, where it's "first class all the way"; the "elegant" environs are molto "romantic", especially out in the courtyard "under dim lights". — Zagat
Cafe Chardonnay
7
$$$
Italian
4 reviews
At the end of a strip mall, Café Chardonnay is surprisingly elegant and has some of the most refined food in the suburban town of Palm Beach Gardens. — Fodor's
Ta-boo Restaurant
7
$$
American
5 reviews
You can almost smell the scent of wealth in this Old School restaurant with an impeccable reputation for serving American cuisine with flair. — Where
Ocean House
7
$$
American
4 reviews
Opened in 1941, this family-owned Old Florida-style restaurant combines its ocean view with Tiffany-style lamps, wrought-iron chandeliers, and paintings of pirates. — Fodor's
City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill
7
$$
Italian
3 reviews
If the Palm Beach-proper dining scene is too stuffy, head over to City Place to find this yuppie brick-and-pressed-tin enclave where people-watching is at a premium. — Frommer's
John G's Restaurant
7
$$
Diners
3 reviews
"Must-have" French toast and "outstanding" fish 'n' chips "are some of the delights" dished out by the "great employees" at this "consistently good" Manalapan breakfast-and-lunch spot. — Zagat
Pistache French Bistro
7
$$
European
4 reviews
This 200-seat Parisian-style bistro serves simple, delicious meals for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch. — Where
Table 26
7
$$$
American
2 reviews
A “wonderful” choice for dinner say fans of this upscale restaurant...that offers a “superb” menu of globally influenced New American fare. — Zagat
Salloum Foods
7
$
Mediterranean
2 reviews
This hole-in-the-wall Middle Eastern bakery, deli, and market is packed at lunchtime with regulars who are on a first-name basis with the gang behind the counter. — Fodor's
Leopard Lounge & Restaurant
7
$$$
American
2 reviews
A very "Palm Beach crowd" hangs at the bar of this iconic respite set in the Chesterfield Hotel, where the prime "entertainment is people-watching" with a side of Eclectic–New American fare. — Zagat
Palm Beach Grill
7
$$$
American
3 reviews
The food is a few steps above casual-restaurant fare as well. Start with the house-smoked salmon or grilled artichoke hearts (soak up every drop of the remoulade it's served with). — Concierge
Il Bellagio
7
$$
Italian
3 reviews
In the heart of CityPlace, this European-style eatery offers Italian specialties and a wide variety of fine wines. — Fodor's
Pizza AL Fresco
7
$$
Italian
4 reviews
The hidden-garden setting is the secret this European-style pizzeria, where you can dine under a canopy of century-old banyans. — Fodor's
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