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The Best Restaurants in Palm Beach

Uncover hidden gems and celebrate the wildly successful haunts in this southern city

Flagler Steakhouse
1 South Country Road
Flagler Steakhouse has gotten a makeover after 15 years. The restaurant, at the Breakers Resort’s Ocean Clubhouse, offers classic steakhouse fare in a smartly updated red, white and blue dining room.

87 Via Mizner
This old world Italian gem definitely attracts an older crowd (hey, it’s Palm Beach!) but its almond-crusted scallops, sinful risotto and a massive veal chop keep enticing customers back—even with the high price tags.

350 South County Road
Chef Clay Conley’s Palm Beach original features inventive American classics in a casual setting. A lively bar is always packed and locals come craving the tuna tartare and squid ink pasta.

La Sirena
6316 South Dixie Highway
A hidden West Palm Beach Italian gem, La Sirena has become the go-to for those in the know, looking for refined Italian fare and wine. The dining room is always packed and a secret attic is available for private parties of six or more.

Café Boulud

Café Boulud

Café Boulud
301 Austrailian Avenue
Nestled in the courtyard of the charming Brazilian Court hotel, the restaurant has been overseen by chef Daniel Boulud since 2003. The French-American menu at the restaurant, outdoor patio and lounge offers all the chef’s favorites dishes.

350 South County Road
Chef Clay Conley’s inspired Japanese and Asian small plates pack a lot of big flavor. From fresh sushi and sashimi to dumplings and tempura, this intimate boite has a lot to offer.

Michael R. McCarty’s
50 Cocoanut Row
Fresh seafood and chops make this buzzy American hangout with a tropical British colonial look a lively bar scene.

Pizza Al Fresco
14 Via Mizner
An outdoor courtyard surrounded by gorgeous Addison Mizner buildings is the perfect backdrop for delicious wood-fired pizzas and pastas off of Worth Avenue. This local favorite is casual and easy for lunch or dinner—or even takeaway.

Palm Beach Grill
340 Royal Poinciana Way
This buzzy eatery from the Hillstone Group is a local draw for New American fare and specialties such as French dip and kosher hot dogs. Around the holidays, it can draw a young, lively crowd so make sure to book reservations in advance.