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Being able to enjoy the outdoors all year round is one of the great benefits of living in the Palm Beaches. What better way to do that than while you’re out to eat? Here are a few of our favorite outdoor restaurants in Palm Beach County.

Waterway Café

Locals have been flocking to the Waterway Café for nearly 30 years, so they must be doing something right. The sun-drenched deck gives you a front-row seat to the Intracoastal, while thatched tiki huts offer plenty of shade (and adult beverages!). Order everything from steaks to sandwiches, or radio it in from your boat and take it to go for an authentic taste of life in The Palm Beaches.


Guanabanas is, perhaps, the most popular restaurant in all of Jupiter. The palm-fringed

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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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There are few things in life more pleasant than a relaxing and delicious local breakfast. Thankfully, for those who live in South Florida, The Palm Beaches have a variety of great restaurants to satisfy your morning hunger. Here are three of our favorites.


Whether you’re a fan of big American breakfasts or eye-catching art, you won’t be disappointed at Howley’s. The walls at this eclectic West Palm Beach diner, which dates back to 1950, display a rotating selection of artwork from local talent. The kitchen features breakfast staples like corned beef hash and eggs, French toast, Belgian waffles, and much, much more, all of which is made with organic, locally sourced ingredients.

The Nook

The kitchen at The Nook in Jupiter churns

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Taste is so subjective…however many agree that Northern Palm Beach County has great fried chicken places. The crispiness of the outer breaded covering is perhaps the most important factor in how the taste of fried chicken is perceived.

Coolinary Café, 4650 Donald Ross Road, Suite 110, Palm Beach Gardens, is worth the wait.  During season, this restaurant has a long wait, and short on seating, nonetheless it’s worth it. The chef, is very creative with menu selections and dishes can be made to order on either small or large plates, depending on your appetite. On the menu is the Boneless Southern Fried Chicken & Waffles. It is quite imaginative and flavorful.  The fried chicken is a signature dish and after a taste, you will know why.  The chicken is

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Valentine’s Day is coming up fast, so if you live in Delray Beach and haven’t already made your reservations we’re here to help with a few suggestions.


PRIME is a delicious Tuscany-style steakhouse that’s featuring a three-course meal on Valentine’s Day for $75 per person.

Taverna Opa

Enjoy a four-course Valentine’s Day meal at the Taverna Opa that includes a champagne toast followed by Belly Dance Shows!

Deck 84

Deck 84 a la carte specials from Executive Chef Michael Romano + Valentine's Day themed cocktails.

Le Sorelle

Le Sorelle will feature an authentic Italian Valentine’s Day menu.

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While, if you live in the Palm Beaches, you are probably familiar with Subculture Coffee, you may not know that the popular café is named after a management group that also owns some favorite South Florida clubs, bars and restaurants, all of which feature a cool and unique theme. Here are a few that you might enjoy.


Dada opened in Delray in the year 2000 in one of the oldest historic homes the Tarrimore house circa 1924 listed as a historic site in Delray Beach. The eclectic interior and revolving artwork compliment the creative cuisine, which is sustainably sourced. As the artist of the Movement we have strived to create an environment that is original, unique and forces us to step outside the box. Dada is non-conformist. It allows our

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Spend this Saturday afternoon enjoying a variety of amazing food from surrounding local restaurants, meet with restaurants owners and stop by unbelievable talented local art shops. Become educated about Jupiter history, sip some wine and enjoy the beautiful surroundings on a guided food tasting tour in downtown Jupiter

Click here for more information.

When: Saturday, starts at 2:00 PM.

Duration: approximately 3 hours.

Tours take place rain or shine. Dress: wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Capacity: 12 people per Tour.Food: 6-8 tastings. All the various food tastings and 1 glass of wine included in ticket price. Cost: $65.00 per person.

The following local restaurants will be featured:

Thai Lotus

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There’s a lot of great seafood restaurants in the Palm Beaches, here are a few of our favorites.

The Breakers

Located within the iconic Breakers Palm Beach, this seafood bar truly deserves its reputation as an unforgettable dining experience. Featuring a beautiful aquarium bar, nautical yacht theme and a to-die-for view of the Atlantic, this is the place for freshly caught and freshly prepared seafood dishes. The Seafood Bar promises a full Palm Beach-style dining experience, and it certainly delivers.

Where: 1 S. County Rd., Palm Beach, FL 33480

Cod and Capers Seafood

A popular and well-respected market for fresh and frozen seafood, Cod and Capers Seafood added a café a few years back. They describe their fare as “simple, yet

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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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Super Bowl Sunday is a de facto national holiday. For some, it means sitting around the TV with friends and family and watching the big game while enjoying homemade food or takeout. For others, it means doing basically the same, but at a restaurant. Either way, we’ve got you covered. Here are a few eat-in and take-out options for people in Palm Beach this Super Bowl Sunday.

Grato in West Palm is hosting its annual Super Bowl bash, which means all-you-can-eat and bottomless drinks for $100. Chef Clay Conley’s menu features a whole roast pig and a ton of game-day bites like brisket spring rolls, hot dog panini, and chicken wings. (1901 S. Dixie Hwy, West Palm; reservations at 561-404-1334)

Boston’s on the Beach in Delray is also going large for

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