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Downtown West Palm Beach offers diners many options to choose from when picking where to go to. If you’re looking to explore the neighborhoods for a good meal, you’ll find plenty of options.

Here are some restaurants to try in West Palm Beach.

Grato, the neighborhood trattoria is a great place to stop for pasta, pizza and sharable dishes. The menu features dishes like Duck Lasagna, Carbonara, Roasted Chicken, Pizzas, and Chicken Parmesan. The popular restaurant is run by Chef Clay Conley. Grato opens for dinner at 4:30 pm daily and brunch on Saturday and Sunday’s starting at 11 am. Click here to view the menu. Reservations are strongly suggested. Grato is located at 1901 South Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach.

Joy Noodles, the neighborhood favorite

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The newly constructed and continuing to grow neighborhood in Palm Beach Gardens is set to get more shopping and dining options to their Town Center. Alton, location off of Donald Ross Road and east of Interstate 95, construction workers are busy getting everything together.

A PetSmart and a Publix have recently opened in the new area and residents are looking forward to more dining options and shops that are planning to open in the next couple of months.

According to the news article, the Town Center will be getting more dining, fitness center and retail between now and the next upcoming months that will offer more places to go for the residents and locals. Some of the proposed tenants include: Starbucks, Tipsy Salon, Juniors Barber. Panera Bread,

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Tomorrow night, the Village of Tequesta is hosting their reoccurring Food Truck Pow Wow at Constitution Park starting at 5 pm. 

The Food Truck Pow Wow is a great way to come and mingle with your local neighbors to enjoy great music and food.

The giant outdoor picnic will feature food trucks from around the area and will feature different cuisines, comfort foods, desserts, and specialties.
If you are planning on attending, make sure to bring folding chairs, and or blankets to create your own picnic on the grass. This family friendly event occurs every in Tequesta until April. The dates are subject to change and are weather permitting so make sure to check their Facebook page for more details.

The next Food Truck Pow Wow is tomorrow, Friday February

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Looking for a new place to go out to eat? Palm Beach County has added eight new restaurants that you need to try.

Palm Beach:
CPB at The Colony Palm Beach: The colorful boutique hotel has opened a new restaurant hotel this past December. CPB is led by executive Chef Tom Whitaker and offers a contemporary American dining experience with a playful twist. The menu is spilt into three sections, seasonal, harvest, and classics. The classic side of the menu features dishes such as steak tartare, poached lobster, and beef tenderloin. The seasonal side features roasted chicken breast, and confit lamb belly, where the harvest side features roasted cauliflower and avocado and cucumber gazpacho. CPB is open daily, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Reservations

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The Palm Beach Gardens outdoor lifestyle and shopping center offers a collection of boutiques, a movie theater, entertainment, shops, and restaurants for the whole family to enjoy. The popular downtown features over 50 stores and 11 amazing restaurants all conveniently located within Palm Beach County.

The Yard House is a high-end sports bar with an extensive list of over 100 draft beers, both American craft and import beers, and a giant menu featuring more than 100 New American fare dishes. The Yard House claims to have the World’s Largest Selection of Draft Beers. The menu features everything from soups, salads, poke bowls, tacos, seafood, burgers, pizza, Happy Hour specials, and much more.

Sloan’s Ice Cream features homemade candies, ice cream,

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Located along the Intracoastal, Harbourside Place is Jupiter’s premier downtown destination for hotel accommodations, boating, entertainment, shopping, and dining. The outdoor center features 16 retail shops and counting, 2 days of live music per week, a waterfront amphitheater, a hotel, and 8 amazing restaurants.

Bravo! Has a cozy a relaxed setting and offers both seating inside and outside overlooking the amphitheater and Intracoastal. The menu features grilled fare, and authentic pizza and pasta dishes. Bravo! Is located at 149 Soundings Avenue in Jupiter.

Calaveras Cantina is known for its authentic Mexican food. The popular restaurants offers both indoor and outdoor seating with views of the Intracoastal. The restaurant offers special lunch

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Two restaurants on Palm Beach Island have made the list of the Top Ten Best Mediterranean Restaurants in South Florida. The Mediterranean region is an intercontinental sea that stretches from the Atlantic Ocean on the West to Asia on the East, and separated Europe from Africa. Mediterranean cuisine offers some of the most delicious and interesting tastes, textures, and colors.

Café Boulud has ranked number three on the list. The elegant restaurant is brought to you by Chef Daniel Boulud. The upscale French and Mediterranean menu features pan- seared barramundi, duck a l’ornage, gazpacho verde, cheese selections, honey meringue, granny smith sorbet, and much more. The award-winning restaurant is located in historic Brazilian Court Hotel and Beach Club.

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Andrew Weil is a well-known restaurateur and the nation’s most famous proponent of anti-inflammatory foods. He co-founded “True Food Kitchen,” which is a national chain, with Phoenix restaurateur Sam Fox a decade ago True Food Kitchen The casual, holistic foods restaurant is expected to open on Rosemary Avenue in the fall, in time to see the avenue lushly revamped.

True Food Kitchen’s menu, which you can see here, boasts a modern mix of offerings: a large selection of vegan and gluten-free dishes as well as plenty of options for lovers of meat, poultry, and fish. You’ll find quinoa burgers as well as grass-fed beef burger, a lasagna Bolognese as well as spaghetti squash casserole, plus a range of entrees, starters, bowls, salads, pizzas, sandwiches and

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Three new restaurants just opened up in Boynton Beach and they're worth giving a shoutout to. From white table cloth dining to casual BBQ, check out these spots next time you're in south county.

1. The Venu

The fanciest of the three, The Venu offers a sleek, sexy atmosphere with live music and specially planned events like a “Very Intimate Evening” with Los Lobos coming in February. The spot opened just about 2 months ago and offers lunch and dinner as well as a Sunday Brunch. The menu is Italian with steakhouse elements and lighter bites are offered on the “Showtime” and happy hour menus. The Venu is a great place to eat, listen to music and just vibe with some good company in a nice setting.

8794 Boynton Beach Blvd., 561-200-0222.

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September is National Hunger Action Month, and the Palm Beach County Food Bank is hosting "A Magical Night to Fight Hunger" to raise money and awareness for hungry local families. 

The evening includes a 3-course dinner with an appetizer, main dish and dessert provided by downtown restaurants including Yard House and Avocado Grill. There will be a strolling magician and other special surprises for guests. 

The PBC Food Bank collects and gives food to local soup kitchens, food pantries and homeless shelters. Last year, those groups gave out close to 5 million pounds of food to needing families in Palm Beach County, but there’s a nearly 55-million-pound shortfall between what the food bank distributes and what’s needed for local residents to have

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