When you’re hungry, West Palm Beach restaurants have you covered no matter what you are craving. The city’s more than 700 eateries offer great fare in a variety of categories like American, Asian, Italian, Latin, steak and seafood, fine dining and fast food and so much more.
The city’s restaurants are popular with kids, families, couples, and large business groups. Check out locations in CityPlace and Clematis Street Restaurants for some popular food and excellent people watching opportunities.
CityPlace is a popular conglomerate of businesses, popular shopping boutiques, a theater, and great restaurants to name of few things. This old-world European style town center is still remarkably modern and is an extremely popular destination for visitors and Florida locals to hang out.
Some of the restaurants include BB King’s Blues Club, Blue Martini, Brewzzi, Cheeseburger Cheeseburger, Cheesecake Factory, City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill, Thai Jo, Saito’s Japanese Steakhouse, Kona Grill, Field of Greens, and Il Bellagio. Some eateries here require some advance notice or a reservation while others can get you in as seats are available.
Clematis Street is another extremely popular area to enjoy various West Palm Beach restaurants. Situated in the heart of historical Downtown, locals and visitors can dine on various tasty fare as they enjoy the surrounding nightclubs, live music concerts, shopping boutiques, antique shops and city landmarks. Eateries in this area include Cabana Nuevo Latino, De Napoli, Don Ramon, Fire Rock, Forte di Aspirinio, Off the Hookah, Raw Food Kitchen, O’Shea’s Irish Pub, Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar, and Tina’s Café.
After you’ve enjoyed your meals at West Palm Beach restaurants, take in the sights of Palm Beach. Stroll around CityPlace and digest your meal as you shop for souvenirs and name brand items. Or head out to dance off the yummy calories you consumed at the Biba Bar, Bonds, or other local dance clubs.
Go ahead and enjoy a walk on the beach and make plans to jet or water ski or head out the next day on a West Palm Beach snorkel tour or charter boat and do some deep sea fishing. You have a good chance of catching a Sailfish within sight of the beach in Florida’s renowned fishing waters.
If you’re interested in a boat tour minus the fishing before or after your meal, check out the Palm Beach Island Catamaran Boat Tour offering tours from West Palm Beach to an exclusive, luxury island just thirteen miles long.