The Historic Commercial District of Clematis Street houses restaurants that feature the best dining in Downtown West Palm Beach throughout the year. There are so many dining options to consider. Tough to figure out where to go and when, but we’ve handpicked a few of the fan favorites!
Dining in Downtown West Palm Beach offers a combination of different options — fine dining, happy hours, brunch, small plates late-night food, microbrews and craft beers. The cuisine variety is large and very international, so no matter what you’re craving, whether it be Chinese, Italian, or Mediterranean, there is an international restaurant sure to please you.
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Dining with International Flair in West Palm Beach
By Sandra Schulman - Glimpses of the Best Dining Scenery in West Palm Beach
By Features Writers
Enjoying the cuisine of different nations is easy in West Palm Beach, home to a wide variety of ethnic foods in a variety of prices. Whether one likes Cuban, Mediterranean, Japanese or Thai, the choices are all within a few minutes of downtown.
Here are three of the best dining spots with an international flair in West Palm Beach for this month:
Tour around the Best Cafes, Diners, Bistros, and Antique Row Restaurants Where to Eat When Shopping at the Popular West Palm Beach Antique Row District.
There’s a new energy along Antique Row situated just south of downtown along Dixie Highway. This world-renowned district has a curious mix of high/low antique shops, vintage boutiques and home design stores, more than 40 at last count with more moving in. Shops are within walking distance, and all that shopping-spree can build up an appetite. Luckily, Antique Row Restaurants are among the best in West Palm Beach!
Some of the Best Antique Row Restaurants, Cafes, Diners and Bistros:
West Palm Beach Antique Row is a charming district starting on 3711 S Dixie Hwy, West Palm Beach, FL 33405 with over 40 antique shops featuring 17th, 18th, 19th, and 20th century antiques, fine and decorative arts.
Burgers are a ubiquitous dish of the American cuisine and though they are not compatible with healthy life, diet and exercise, a burger is in its simplicity a very delicious food with or without the expensive extras from the place that sells them.
Just in case you are feeling in the mood after reading this article, Grease Burger Bar is located at 213 Clematis St in Downtown West Palm Beach and you can get more info here: Greasewpb.com
Characterized by its simplicity, the Italian cuisine relies on the quality of ingredients rather than its intricate preparation.
At Il Bellagio, that’s exactly what you’ll find. A dining experience straight out Tuscany, Il Bellagio restaurant at CityPlace brings authentic Italian cuisine from their kitchen to your table.
E.R. Bradley’s, the Restaurant with a View of the Intracoastal
By Ashley Pawlik - WPB Magazine Content Writer
Between their seafood flavors, tropical drinks and light-hearted music, E.R. Bradley’s will transport your senses to the island without actually having to travel there. Thirty years in the making, it is the only restaurant with a view of the Intracoastal. E.R. Bradley’s is a tropical dining destination where nothing is short of spectacular.
Food at E.R. Bradley’s, the only restaurant with a view of the Intracoastal in West Palm Beach.
Sweet Ginger Asian Bistro restaurant is a very popular dining destination in the premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination in Palm Beach County, CityPlace. If you decide to hang out at CityPlace any day of the week, I want to call your attention to this restaurant on Hibiscus Street with excellent Asian Fusion, offering Sushi, Vietnamese, Chinese, Japanese, and Thai food; all in just one place!
This restaurant by a long shot, is an authority when it comes to Asian Fusion in West Palm Beach.
A Blend of International Cuisines in West Palm Beach
Downtown West Palm Beach is known for its fine dining, eclectic eats, and savory morsels anytime of the day. Here’s where you would probably find a blend of International Cuisines in West Palm Beach celebrating and competing to offer the best food from all across the globe.
It’s a breath of fresh air on a sun-filled day, where the clouds are far and few in between, and the crisp, warm air feels just right on your skin. For a day of complete relaxation, even with the kids, take a stroll down to our popular and beautiful CityPlace in Downtown West Palm Beach, where with friends and family are always guaranteed to spend some quality time.
By the way, here you are some CityPlace Eateries & Happy Hour tips to consider:
Banko Cantina Cashes in on Deluxe Mexican Fare
By Sandra Schulman WPB Magazine arts & entertainment writer, music and film producer
Built inside the gutted remains of the historic American National Bank Building (also known as the former Morrison’s Cafeteria) at 114 South Olive Avenue in West Palm Beach, Banko Cantina offers an upscale take on Northern Mexican cuisine. The beautiful 1921 building has had a checkered past, constructed on land once owned by city founder Henry Flagler, the bank ran for many years, was abandoned for decades, then became a Morrison’s Cafeteria to feed retirees, then was empty for another 30 years. The imposing stone front and side street location may have had much to do with it’s neglect.
Banko Cantina is located at 114 S. Olive Street, West Palm Beach, 33401 and check on its website for information about menu, hours and events: www.BankoCantina.com
Discover more about Breeze Ocean Kitchen restaurant at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, a sleek Oceanfront restaurant near West Palm Beach that features signature food and cocktails.
Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is a preeminent “see and be seen” destination on the Palm Beach culinary scene and its Breeze Ocean Kitchen restaurant is a stunning redesigned oceanfront restaurant concept led by Executive Chef Josh Thomsen and Food & Beverage Director Tito Rodriguez-Torres.
Sipping hand-crafted cocktails such “The Hound” and “Bahama Mama” or trying freshly-made Ceviche, Mahi Mahi and Cubano Tacos, and Key Lime Pops are some of the delicacies you will be delightful to try Breeze Ocean Kitchen. Designed by the resort’s creative experts, this seaside social hub exudes a distinctly Palm Beach style and sensibility that is chic and inviting. Awash in pale yellow and blue hues, the space is a subtle reflection of the recently re-imagined guest room aesthetic.
If you visit, Breeze Ocean Kitchen is open daily from 11 a.m. for lunch and cocktail service until 5 p.m. Evening tapas and specialty cocktails are available from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. The restaurant is a sizzling setting for couples, groups, solo sunset gazers and private parties. The menu can be seen here before you go. The restaurant is located at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, a hotel on a secluded private beach on seven acres of the Atlantic coast with breathtaking ocean views and lush tropical gardens, recognized as Florida’s top resort in the 2015 Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards. Read More