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  • Palm Beach, Palm Beach County, Florida 33480, United States.
  • The Breakers Hotel, 1 South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • The Breakers Hotel, 1 South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Bath and Tennis Club | B & T, 1170 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • The Mar-a-Lago Club, 1100 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Palm Beach Country Club, 760 North Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • The Beach Club, 755 North County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Sailfish Club of Florida, 1338 North Lake Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Café L'Europe, 331 South County Road, FL 33480.
  • Worth Avenue stretches four blocks from Lake Worth to the Atlantic Ocean. Referred to as the Rodeo Drive of Florida.

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    "There is more money, more champagne, more caviar, more Rolls-Royces, and of course, more affluence in Palm Beach than in all the rest of America put together." - Marjorie Merriweather Post.

    The Town of PALM BEACH (called Palm Beach Island or the Island of Palm Beach to differentiate between the town and the county) is an incorporated town in Palm Beach County, Florida, United States. The Intracoastal Waterway separates it from the neighboring cities of West Palm Beach and Lake Worth. In 2000, Palm Beach had a year-round population of 10,468, with an estimated seasonal population of 30,000.

    The coconut palms are the legacy of a drunken party held after a Spanish ship called the Providencia ran aground on January 9, 1878. Bound for Barcelona from Havana, the ship carried a cargo of hides, coconuts, and wine. The crew and local settlers consumed the wine, and the captain gave the Americans twenty thousand cocunuts. The palms that grew from the coconuts are still on the island, and the party is still going on.

    In 1892 the palms entranced Henry Morrison Flager, a partner with John D. Rockefeller in Standard Oil Company, who decided to turn Palm Beach into America's Riviera and who made the Atlantic coast barrier island accessible via his Florida East Coast Railway. The nucleus of the community was established by Flagler's two luxury resort hotels, the Royal Poinciana Hotel and The Breakers Hotel. West Palm Beach was built across Lake Worth as a service town and has become a major city in its own right.

    Flagler's houselots were bought by the beneficiaries of the Gilded Age, and in 1902 Flagler himself built a Beaux-Arts mansion, Whitehall, designed by the New York–based firm Carrère and Hastings and helped establish the Palm Beach winter "season" by constantly entertaining. The town was incorporated on April 17, 1911.

    The Palm Beach SEASON begins after Thanksgiving and extends until the end of April. The HIGH SEASON - when the most prestigious social events take place - runs from January through March. George Washington's birthday being the apex of the Palm Beach season.

    Bars, Cafés & Lounges
  • Au Bar - 336 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach. "The elite watering hole of Kennedy fame where champagne flowed freely at the bar and cocaine was snorted routinely in the bathrooms." NOW CLOSED. Since 1999 Palm Beach Grill.
  • Bliss - 313 Clematis St., West Palm Beach.
  • Blue Martini, 550 S Rosemary Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
  • Blue Martini - 550 S Rosemary Avenue, West Palm Beach.
  • Café Boulud at The Brazilian Court, 301 Australian Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • CafÉ Boulud - at The Brazilian Court, 301 Australian Avenue, Palm Beach.
  • Café L'Europe, 331 South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • CAFÉ L'EUROPE - since 1980. The only champagne / caviar bar in Palm Beach. 331 South County Road, Palm Beach.
  • Canteen - 1 North Clematis Street, West Palm Beach.
  • Club Colette - Café, Restaurant & Private Members Club. Opened in 1982 by Dan Ponton. Exclusive private dinner club. Onetime nonrefundable membership fee: US$7,500, plus US$1,500 annual dues. 215 Peruvian Avenue.
  • Dempsey's CafÉ - 400A Clematis St., West Palm Beach.
  • E.R. Bradley's Saloon, 104 South Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
  • E.R. Bradley's Saloon - 104 South Clematis Street, West Palm Beach. Since 1984. Landmark bar & restaurant on the West Palm Beach Waterfront.
  • HMF at The Breakers, One South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • HMF - at The Breakers, One South County Road, Palm Beach. "Glamour Is Back." A place for social drinking and eating. This thrillingly glamorous retreat is an ode to golden era Palm Beach, with all of its high style and unapologetic decadence.
  • Jové Bar - at Four Seasons Resort, 2800 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach.
  • Leopard Lounge Bar at The Chesterfield, 363 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach, FL, 33480.
  • Leopard Lounge Bar - "Palm Beach's Hottest Night Spot." At The Chesterfield hotel, 363 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach.
  • Michael R. McCarty's - 50 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach.
  • Monarchy - 221 Clematis St., West Palm Beach.
  • STIR BAR & TERRACE - at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, 100 South Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach.
  • Ta-boÓ - "Palm Beach's Legendary American Bistro & Bar." 221 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach.
  • Testa's Bar - since 1921. Palm Beach's oldest restaurant. 221 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach.
    Culture
  • Clock Tower, 423 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Clock Tower - at the Entrance of Worth Avenue: 423 South Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach.
  • Cruzan Amphitheatre - 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach.
  • Henry Morrison Flagler Museum, 1 Whitehall Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Henry Morrison Flagler Museum - 1 Whitehall Way, Palm Beach. Fifty-five room Beaux Arts estate known as Whitehall, the home was Florida's first museum.
  • Hibel Museum - since 1977. Art museum. Holds artworks by Edna Hibel and other artists. The museum hosts a concert series, lectures, and a children's art camp. 5353 Parkside Dr, Jupiter.
  • Kravis Center, 701 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
  • Kravis Center - since 1992. "For the Performing Arts." 701 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach.
  • Norton Museum of Art, 1451 S. Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
  • Norton Museum of Art - since 1941. West Palm Beach, Florida. Its collection includes over 7,000 works, with a concentration in European, American, and Chinese art as well as in contemporary art and photography. In 2003, it overtook the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art, in Sarasota, as the largest museum in Florida.
  • Palm Beach Maritime Museum JFK Bunker.
  • Palm Beach Maritime Museum - Currie Park and Peanut Island. "Tour the 1936 Coast Guard Station, and go down inside the JFK Bunker, all on Peanut Island."
  • Palm Beach Opera - since 1961. 415 South Olive Ave, West Palm Beach. Performs at the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts as well as other locations throughout South Florida.
  • Palm Beach Round Table - "Non-political, non-sectarian, non-govermental and non-profit cultural organization, presenting interesting and diverse programs for its members and their guests." 44 Cocoanut Row.
  • Royal Poinciana Playhouse - (1959-2004). The focus site for building the new Palm Beach Performing Arts Center. 70 Royal Poinciana Way.
  • The Society of the Four Arts, 2 Four Arts Plaza, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • The Society of the Four Arts - since 1936 Palm Beach's destination for art, music, drama and literature. 2 Four Arts Plaza.
    Famous Houses
  • Casa Bendita, 434 North County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Casa Bendita - designed by architect Addison Mizner and built in 1921 for John Shaffer Phipps. Now demolished.
  • El Mirasol, 348 North Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • El Mirasol - was a 37-room Spanish Colonial Revival mansion at 348 North Ocean Boulevard in Palm Beach, Florida. Designed by architect Addison Mizner for financier Edward T. Stotesbury and his second wife Eva Stotesbury, the legendary "Grande dame of the winter set", it was completed in 1919. It included a 40-car garage, a tea house, an auditorium, and a private zoo. It was demolished in the 1950s.
  • El Solano, 720 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • El Solano - 720 South Ocean Boulevard. "No Palm Beach mansion better represents the town's luminous legacy than the Spanish-style home built in 1919 by Addison Mizner as his own residence in 1925. Mizner later sold El Solano to Harold Vanderbilt, and the property was long a favorite among socialites for parties and photo shoots. Vanderbilt held many a gala fund-raiser here. In the 1960s and ’70s, the house was home to John "Jock" McLean and his socialite wife, "Brownie". In January 1980, she sold the estate for $725,000 to John Lennon and his wife, Yoko Ono, who only resided in it for a short period that winter and made plans for a major renovation. It's still privately owned and not open to the public."
  • Elephant Walk, 109 Jungle Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Elephant Walk - 109 Jungle Road. Built in the Palm Beach Regency style in 1953 by builder and developer Clarence Mack, the Estate Section house was acquired by socialite Marylou Whitney and her late husband, Cornelius Vanderbilt “Sonny” Whitney in 1987. In 1993, Whitney and her husband’s estate sold it to the late class-action attorney David Berger. The house changed hands again in 2008, when philanthropist Carroll Petrie bought it for $7.45 million.
  • Hogarcito, 17 Golfview Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Hogarcito - 17 Golfview Road. Built by cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post and her then-husband, financier E.F. Hutton in 1921. The Mediterranean-style house stands on a half-acre directly facing the Everglades Golf Course. Post and Hutton vacated it after completing, in 1927, their ocean-to-lake Mar-a-Lago.
  • Kennedy Winter White House, 1095 North Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Kennedy Winter White House - 1095 North Ocean Boulevard. La Guerida (“bounty of war”) was built by architect Addison Mizner in Palm Beach in 1923 for Rodman Wanamaker of Philadelphia, heir to the Wanamaker’s department store fortune. It was later purchased by Joseph Kennedy in 1933 during the depths of the Great Depression for a paltry US$120,000, and eventually would become President John F. Kennedy’s “Winter White House”. Lists for US$38.5 million.
  • La Reverie, 1415 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • La Reverie - 1415 South Ocean Boulevard. 84,626 square foot mega-mansion owned by Sydell Miller designed by architect Jeffrey W. Smith. The home contains 10 bedrooms, 19 bathrooms, a tennis court and a swimming pool. Cost an estimated US$40 million to build.
  • Maison de l'Amitié, 513 North County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • MAISON DE L'AMITIÉ - 513 North County Road. 81,738 square feet (7,432 square meters). Florida's second-most expensive home: US$95 million (2008). Owner: Dmitriy Rybolovlev.
  • Mar-A-Lago, 1100 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Mar-A-Lago - 1100 South Ocean Boulevard. Built 1924-1927, is the name of the Marjorie Merriweather Post estate in Palm Beach, Florida. Post built the house with her (then) husband, E.F. Hutton. The house was designed by Joseph Urban. Upon her death in 1973 Marjorie Post willed the 17-acre (69,000 m²) estate to the U.S. Government as a retreat for Presidents and visiting foreign dignataries. The mansion was not however used for this purpose, prior to being declared a National Historic Landmark in 1980. Mar-A-Lago has frequently hosted the International Red Cross Ball, an annual white tie, tails, and tiara ball. Founded by Mrs. Post, it has a history of attracting wealthy socialites and ambassadors from across the world in support of the mission of the American Red Cross. Now home to the Mar-A-Lago Club, the 126-room, 110,000-square-foot (10,219 m²) estate is owned by Donald Trump. 1100 South Ocean Blvd.
  • Unique Properties in Palm Beach - Town of Palm Beach Property.
    Marinas
  • Town Docks of Palm Beach.
  • Palm Harbor Marina - "State-of-the-art Florida Marina located in West Palm Beach." 400 North Flagler Drive, Suite A, West Palm Beach.
  • Town Docks - "The only public marina on the island of Palm Beach, the Town Docks has been providing berthing for power and sail yachts up to 260’ in length since the 1940s." 500 Australian Ave.
    Media
  • Palm Beach Daily News.
  • Black Tie MAGAZINE - Palm Beach Society News.
  • Gossip Extra - Palm Beach.
  • Palm Beach Daily News - founded in 1897. "The Shiny Sheet". The nickname given the daily because it is printed on paper that will not smudge the fingers of the readers. Covers the social affairs of the wealthy residents on the island of Palm Beach itself.
  • Palm Beach Galas 2014 - "A who's who of Palm Beach society." News, calendar, upcoming galas, society and photos.
  • PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED - "Palm Beach's most established and respected magazine, Palm Beach Illustrated is the authority on the luxury lifestyle and all the people, places and events that make Palm Beach great."
  • Palm Beach Life - magazine from the Palm Beach Daily News.
  • PALM BEACH MAGAZINE - "Nationwide network of fifty-one city magazines offering news, articles, weather, local information, dining guide, calendar of events, message boards, shopping"
  • PALM BEACH POST - since 1916. "Breaking News Starts Here." The 80th largest daily newspaper in the United States and the 7th largest in Florida.
  • PALM BEACH SOCIETY MAGAZINE - since 1953. "Presenting Society."
  • PALM BEACH Times - since 1998. "Find breaking news, Free Classifieds, multimedia, reviews & opinion Visit our action line for reviews on local businesses."
  • PALM BEACH Today International - "Glossy Society Magazine."
  • PALM BEACH WOMAN MAGAZINE - "Celebrate Achievement."
  • Sun Sentinel - "Palm Beach County news and more Florida news from the Sun Sentinel."
  • THE PALM BEACHER - "The definitive voice on the Palm Beaches' luxury scene." The magazine for things to do in Palm Beach, travel, events, features, fashion, dining, shopping, charity & more.
  • WPB Magazine - "Your source for the latest stories about art, entertainment news, business reviews, opinion, real estate, culture, fashion, dining, and more about West Palm Beach."
    Nightlife
  • Club Y, 191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • 251 - 251 Sunrise Avenue, Palm Beach.
  • Club Y - 191 Bradley Place, Palm Beach.
  • Leopard Lounge Bar - "Palm Beach's Hottest Night Spot." At The Chesterfield hotel, 363 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach.
  • Off The Hookah - 314 N Clematis St, West Palm Beach.
  • Rachel's - "Rachel's Gentlemen's Club is known around the world for showcasing beautiful girls in an elegant atmosphere." 2905 45th St, West Palm Beach.
  • Roxy's - 309 N Clematis St, West Palm Beach.
  • Ta-boÓ - "Palm Beach's Legendary American Bistro & Bar." 221 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach.
    Notable people
  • Palm Beach Notable people - Wikipedia.
  • Addison Mizner (1872-1933).
  • Addison Mizner - (1872-1933). American resort architect whose Mediterranean Revival and Spanish Colonial Revival style interpretations left an indelible stamp on South Florida, where it continues to inspire architects and land developers. In the 1920s Mizner was the best-known and most-discussed living American architect. Mizner's first major Florida commission was the Everglades Club, a Spanish-mission-style convalescent retreat built in 1918, that became (and remains) a private club.
  • Bernard Madoff.
  • BERNARD MADOFF - (1938-). Former American stockbroker, entrepreneur, investor, and operator of a Ponzi scheme.
  • Charles Alexander Munn (1885-1981).
  • Charles A. Munn - (1885-1981). "Mr. Palm Beach." Charles Munn is credited with introducing the Palm Beach men's DRESS CODE: a blue blazer, open sport shirt, and loafers or moccasins, preferably without socks. Besides imposing his style in clothes on Palm Beach, he began a tradition of sending out a Christmas card listing the names and phone number of Palm Beach's inner circle.
  • Donald Trump.
  • DONALD TRUMP - (1946-). American business magnate, television personality and author. He is the chairman and president of The Trump Organization and the founder of Trump Entertainment Resorts. Trump's extravagant lifestyle, outspoken manner, and role on the NBC reality show The Apprentice have made him a well-known celebrity who was No. 17 on the 2011 Forbes Celebrity 100 list.
  • Edward R. Bradley (1859-1946).
  • Edward R. Bradley - (1859-1946). American steel mill laborer, gold miner, businessman and philanthropist. As well as a race track proprietor, he was the preeminent owner and breeder of Thoroughbred racehorses in the Southern United States during the first three decades of the 20th Century. Testifying before a United States Senate committee in April 1934, Bradley identified himself as a "speculator, raiser of race horses and gambler." He made the cover of TIME magazine on May 7, 1934 and in the year 2000, the Florida Department of State honored him as one of their Great Floridians.
  • Henry Morrison Flagler (1830-1913).
  • Henry Flagler - (1830-1913). American industrialist and a founder of Standard Oil. He was also a key figure in the development of the Atlantic coast of Florida and founder of what became the Florida East Coast Railway. He is known as the father of Miami, Florida, and founded the city of Palm Beach.
  • Marjorie Merriweather Post (1887-1973).
  • Marjorie Merriweather Post - (1887-1973). Cereal heiress, socialite, and philanthropist who built Mar-A-Lago wife of E.F. Hutton. She was the wealthiest woman in the United States.
  • Maurice Fatio - (1897–1943). Swiss-born American architect. He moved to Palm Beach, Florida in 1925 and opened an office there where he between 1925-1943 designed 137 homes. He designed harmonious Mediterranean-style houses and eventually branched out into everything from Georgian to contemporary. His houses were so well known during his lifetime that composer-lyricist Cole Porter was inspired to write brightly in the late 1930s: I want to live on Maurice Fatio's patio...
  • Mildred 'Brownie' McLean.
  • Mildred "Brownie" McLean - legendary society icon & Palm Beach's reigning doyenne. "The unsinkable dowager duchess of Palm Beach." "She’s a drop of Peter Pan, a drop of Marilyn Monroe and a whole lot of Auntie Mame." - Brownie’s goddaughter, Jane Schmidlapp.
    Private Clubs
  • Bath and Tennis Club | B & T, 1170 S Ocean Boulevard.
  • Bath and Tennis Club | B & T - 1170 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Private members only club. The most exclusive and exclusionary club on the island. The Bath & Tennis club, just across the street from Mar-a-Lago was built by financier E. F. Hutton to meet the social needs of his wife, Marjorie Merriweather Post.
  • The Beach Club, Main Street, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Bradley’s Casino - from 1898 to 1945, Edward Riley ‘E.R.’ Bradley owned and operated the nation’s longest-running illegal gambling casino in Palm Beach. The casino, along with its fancy restaurant, was called the Beach Club, a rambling green-trimmed white building located where Bradley Park is today. It received its charter from the state to operate as a ‘social club,’ but the ultrawealthy who attended bet millions at the gaming tables each season.
  • Breakers West Country Club, 1550 Flagler Parkway, West Palm Beach, FL 33411.
  • Breakers West Country Club - "Located in a picturesque setting, Breakers West offers you and your family multiple membership options designed to suit your lifestyle to a tee. This elite, non-equity club features championship golf, world-class amenities and an unparalleled level of genuine service." 1550 Flagler Parkway, West Palm Beach.
  • Club Colette, 215 Peruvian Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Club Colette - Café, Restaurant & Private Members Club. Opened in 1982 by Dan Ponton. Exclusive private dinner club. Onetime nonrefundable membership fee: US$7,500, plus US$1,500 annual dues. 215 Peruvian Avenue.
  • Everglades Club, 356 Worth Avenue.
  • Everglades Club - since 1919. 356 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida. The preeminent private & social club in Palm Beach. An additional nine holes were added to the golf course in 1930. The now 18-hole Everglades golf course at the Everglades Club facility in Palm Beach, Florida features 5,655 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 67.2 and it has a slope rating of 118 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Seth Raynor, the Everglades golf course opened in 1932.
  • La Coquille Club, 100 S Ocean Blvd, Manalapan, FL 33462.
  • La Coquille Club - 100 S Ocean Blvd, Manalapan, FL 33462. Has been an oceanfront sanctuary since the mid-20th century, when it was founded as a prestigious, private getaway for select members.
  • The Mar-a-Lago Club, 1100 S Ocean Boulevard.
  • MAR-A-LAGO CLUB - founded in 1995 by Donald Trump. 1100 South Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL. World-class amenities include the finest signature European indoor and terrace dining, the world renowned oceanfront swimming pool and Beach Club, the luxurious Trump Spa and Salon, six championship tennis courts, a full size croquet court, a chip and putt golf course, a state of the art fitness center, and the most coveted entertaining space.
  • Palm Beach Country Club, 760 North Ocean Boulevard.
  • PALM BEACH COUNTRY CLUB - built in 1916. 760 North Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • PALM BEACH COUNTY SEMINOLE CLUB - since 2008. The mission of the Palm Beach County Seminole Club is to foster a continued bond of collegiate fellowship, thus supporting ties with Florida State that do not end with graduation.
  • Palm Beach Polo & Country Club, 11199 Polo Club Rd, Wellington, FL 33414.
  • Palm Beach Polo & Country Club - 11199 Polo Club Road, Wellington. With it's rare environment of magnificent homes, world-class sports, fabulous amenities and a coveted location, Palm Beach Polo and Country Club has it all.
  • Palm Beach Yacht Club, 800 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
  • Palm Beach YACHT CLUB - founded in 1911. 800 North Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach. "Located in the Heart of Palm Beach County, our World-Class Marina offers Accommodations for Yachts up to 150 feet. We are renowned for providing outstanding services to our Boat Owners and their Guests!" Membership includes the use of over 1,000 reciprocal clubs, year-round golf privileges at two local Country Clubs.
  • Sailfish Club of Florida, 1338 N Lake Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Sailfish Club of Florida - founded in 1914. 1338 North Lake Way. "The scope of the Sailfish Club activities has been considerably broadened over the past eighty odd years. Because of the diversified interest within these families, have developed our facilities to include all water sports and full provisions for both formal, informal and casual social gatherings. Besides anglers, we have many yachting members who berth their crafts at our docks, which accommodate a variety of both sail and power boats, ranging from twelve to one hundred feet in length. We have an Olympic swimming pool with cabana, snack bar, dining room, bar, and card rooms, and cuisine which ranks with the best in the Palm Beach area; but what really makes our Club is our membership; a friendly, gregarious group representing a fascinating cross section of Florida’s professional, sporting and social leaders."
  • The Beach Club, 755 North County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • The Beach Club - 755 North County Road. "Even on the renowned island of Palm Beach, The Beach Club stands out for its magnificent and elegantly appointed Clubhouse, a courtyard pool area, epicurean cuisine, and world-class croquet and tennis facilities. From casual to formal, our venues and unsurpassed professional staff cater to your every request and achieve the desired ambience for any occasion. Imagine…all this and the ocean too!"
  • The Breakers Palm Beach Ocean Club - Breakers West Country Club - "The Breakers offers unparalleled experiences served with style. With two distinctive Palm Beach country clubs - we offer an option for all lifestyles."
  • The Breakers Ocean Club, Two South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • The Ocean Club - "Providing unparalleled amenities catering to the needs of your entire family, this premier Club affords access to championship golf, world-class tennis, a beach club reminiscent of the French Riviera and an array of member-only benefits and services." Two South County Road, Palm Beach.
    Restaurants
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  • 264 the Grill - 264 South County Road.
  • Al Fresco - 2345 South Ocean Blvd.
  • Amici Bar Ristorante - 375 South County Road.
  • Atlantic Grill & Bar - at Four Seasons Resort, 2800 South Ocean Boulevard.
  • Bice Ristorante, 313½ Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Bice Ristorante - Executive Chef: Elmer Noel Saravia. 313½ Worth Avenue.
  • Blue Provence - "L'Art de la Table." 300 South County Road.
  • Breeze - at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, 100 South Ocean Blvd. "Palm Beach’s best oceanfront burgers."
  • Brick Top's - 375 South County Road.
  • Buccan - 350 South County Road.
  • CAFÉ BOULUD - at the heart of the historic Brazilian Court Hotel, 301 Australian Ave., steps from Worth Avenue and stretches of white sandy beach. Since opening in 2003, the restaurant has become one of Palm Beach’s most coveted dining destinations earning four stars in the Forbes Travel Guide and Wine Spectator’s “Best of Award of Excellence”.
  • CAFE CELLINI -  SDA. 2505 South Ocean Blvd.
  • Café L'Europe, 331 South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • CAFÉ L'EUROPE - since 1980.  SDA. Palm Beach's premier restaurant. The only champagne / caviar bar in Palm Beach. 331 South County Road.
  • CafÉ Via Flora - 240 Worth Ave.
  • Charley's Crab - 456 South Ocean Blvd.
  • Chez Jean-Pierre Bistro, 132 North County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Chez Jean-Pierre Bistro - South Florida's highly-acclaimed authentic French Bistro. 132 North County Road.
  • Chuck & Harold's - 207 Royal Poinciana Way. NOW CLOSED.
  • Club Colette, 215 Peruvian Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Club Colette - Café, Restaurant & Private Members Club. Opened in 1982 by Dan Ponton. Exclusive private dinner club. Onetime nonrefundable membership fee: US$7,500, plus US$1,500 annual dues. 215 Peruvian Avenue.
  • Cucina Dell' Arte - 257 Royal Poinciana Way.
  • Echo Palm Beach, 230A Sunrise Ave, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Echo Palm Beach - "Resounding Asian Cuisine." 230A Sunrise Ave.
  • Flagler Steakhouse - situated on the second floor of the Ocean Clubhouse of The Breakers.
  • Graze - at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach, 2800 South Ocean Blvd.
  • Green's Pharmacy, 151 North County Rd, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Green's Pharmacy - since 1938. A Palm Beach landmark. The Kennedys were regulars. So was notorious scammer Bernie Madoff. Green’s is a bit of a strange combination - dated décor and an old-fashioned lunch counter in one of the wealthiest towns on earth. "We serve daily breakfast & lunch specials as well as soup at lunch time. We have daily sandwich specials that are $6.95, sandwiches vary per day." 151 North County Rd.
  • HMF at The Breakers, One South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • HMF - at The Breakers, One South County Road, Palm Beach. "Glamour Is Back." A place for social drinking and eating. This thrillingly glamorous retreat is an ode to golden era Palm Beach, with all of its high style and unapologetic decadence.
  • Imoto - 350 South County Rd.
  • Jové Kitchen & Bar - at Four Seasons Resort, 2800 South Ocean Boulevard.
  • Leopard Lounge Restaurant at The Chesterfield, 363 Cocoanut Row, Palm Beach, FL, 33480.
  • Leopard Lounge Restaurant - at The Chesterfield hotel, 363 Cocoanut Row.
  • Matteo Garden Club Restaurant - 140 Sunrise Ave.
  • Nando's - 221 Royal Palm Beach Way. Landmark Palm Beach pasta restaurant. 200-seat restaurant, visited by the Kennedys, Marla Maples Trump, King Hussein & Vice President Spiro Agnew. NOW CLOSED.
  • Nick & Johnnie's - 207 Royal Poinciana Way. Located in the landmark spot Chuck & Harold's.
  • Palm Beach Grill, 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Palm Beach Grill - "A Palm Beach Institution since 1999." Formerly Au Bar, the elite watering hole of Kennedy fame. 340 Royal Poinciana Way.
  • PB Catch - "Seafood & Raw Bar." 251 Sunrise Ave.
  • Petite Marmite - 315 Worth Avenue. Landmark restaurant owned by legendary Gus Pacillo. (1949-1983). NOW CLOSED.
  • Pizza Al Fresco - 14 Via Mizner.
  • Renato's, 87 Via Mizner, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Renato's - "Palm Beach’s premiere destination for gourmet cuisine and impeccable service." 87 Via Mizner.
  • Ta-boo restaurant, 221 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Ta-boÓ - "Palm Beach's Legendary American Bistro & Bar." 221 Worth Avenue.
  • Temple Orange - at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, 100 South Ocean Blvd.
  • Testa's - since 1921. Palm Beach's oldest restaurant. 221 Royal Poinciana Way. NOW CLOSED.
  • The Ambassador's Table - at The Ambassador Hotel, 2730 South Ocean Blvd.
  • The Beach Club Restaurant - The Beach Club is available to Breakers hotel guests and club members only.
  • The Circle - home of The Breakers celebrated Sunday Brunch. One South County Road.
  • THE FLAGLER STEAKHOUSE - at The Breakers. One South County Road.
  • The Italian Restaurant - at The Breakers. One South County Road.
  • The Ocean Grill - with views of the pool and beach, as well as the panoramic 10th green of the Ocean Golf Course.
  • The Omphoy - at Ocean Resort & Spa, 2842 South Ocean Blvd.
  • The Seafood Bar - at The Breakers hotel, One South County Road.
  • Tides Bar & Grille - 3550 South Ocean Blvd.
  • TooJay’s Gourmet Deli Restaurant - 313 Royal Poinciana Way (Royal Poinciana Plaza).
  • Trevini Ristorante - 290 Sunset Avenue.
  • VIC & ANGELOS - "The best Italian in Florida." 4520 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens.
  • West Palm Beach
  • Amici Brick Oven Pizzeria - 801 Village Blvd.
  • Café Sapori,  205 Southern Blvd, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
  • CafÉ Sapori - "Indulge in the best of Italy." 205 Southern Blvd.
  • E.R. Bradley's Saloon, 104 South Clematis Street, West Palm Beach, FL 33401.
  • E.R. Bradley's Saloon - 104 South Clematis Street, West Palm Beach. Since 1984. Landmark bar & restaurant on the West Palm Beach Waterfront.
  • La Sirena - 6316 S Dixie Hwy.
  • Morton's The Steakhouse - 777 South Flagler Dr, Ste 100E.
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House - "The Steak That Speaks For Iself." 651 Okeechobee Blvd, Ste 100.
    Shopping
  • Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida.
  • "More than one hundred years ago, railroad tycoon Henry Morrison Flagler established Palm Beach as a beach resort for his contemporaries, hundred years ago, art maecenas Addison Mizner, together with his friend and financier Paris Singer of the sewing machine dynasty, added the shopping nirvana to it: Worth Avenue - a mini-miracle mile for exclusive, extravagant and sinfully expensive shopping."
  • WORTH AVENUE - since 1938. Sometimes referred to as the Rodeo Drive of Florida, is a famous upscale shopping district in Palm Beach. The epitome of Palm Beach style. The avenue's oldest store, Kassatly's, has been in business since 1923. Reflecting the lifestyle of Palm Beach market, the street has approximately 250 high-end shops, boutiques, restaurants, and art galleries, that include Giorgio Armani, Neiman Marcus, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Tiffany & Co., Tourneau, Hermès, Ralph Lauren, Gucci, Chanel, Vineyard Vines, Brooks Brothers, Hamilton Jewelers, Salvatore Ferragamo, Island Company, Intermix, St. John Boutique (clothing), Valentino, and many more. An open-air mall, 150 Worth (Formerly, The Esplanade), lies at the eastern end of Worth Avenue. 150 Worth offers a variety of upscale shops anchored by department stores Saks Fifth Avenue.
  • Gucci - 150 Worth Avenue.
  • Neiman Marcus - 151 Worth Avenue.
  • Saks Fifth Avenue, 172 Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Saks Fifth Avenue - 172 Worth Avenue.
  • The Church Mouse, 378 South County Road, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • The Church Mouse - since 1970. "The Church Mouse is a volunteer-run high-end resale shop benefiting local charities & is owned by the Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea. Hours M-Sa, 10am - 4pm."
  • Tiffany & Co. - 259 Worth Avenue.
  • TRILLION - 315 Worth Avenue. Fashion store.
    Sports
  • Trump International Golf Club, 3505 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33406.
  • Bath and Tennis Club | B & T - 1170 S Ocean Blvd, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Private members only club. The most exclusive and exclusionary club on the island. The Bath & Tennis club, just across the street from Mar-a-Lago was built by financier E. F. Hutton to meet the social needs of his wife, Marjorie Merriweather Post.
  • Everglades Golf Course - since 1919. 500 S County Rd, Palm Beach, Florida. The preeminent private & social club in Palm Beach. An additional nine holes were added to the golf course in 1930. The now 18-hole Everglades golf course at the Everglades Club facility in Palm Beach, Florida features 5,655 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 70. The course rating is 67.2 and it has a slope rating of 118 on Bermuda grass. Designed by Seth Raynor, the Everglades golf course opened in 1932.
  • Gulf Stream Golf Club - 2401 N Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 33483. Private invitation only golf club established in 1924 by a group of Palm Beach residents.
  • Gulf Stream Polo Club - (1923-2016). 4550 Polo Road, Lake Worth, FL 33467. Was one of the most prominent polo clubs in North America, particularly during the Florida season (December-April).
  • International Polo Club Palm Beach - 3667 120th Avenue South, Wellington, FL 33414.
  • North Palm Beach Country Club - since 2006. "On behalf of the City of North Palm Beach and the entire North Palm Beach Country Club staff we would like to welcome you to our Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course." 951 US Highway 1, North Palm Beach, Fl 33408.
  • PALM BEACH COUNTRY CLUB - built in 1916. 760 North Ocean Boulevard, Palm Beach, FL 33480.
  • Palm Beach International Equestrian Center
  • Palm Beach National - "Palm Beach County's Most Fun and Friendly Golf Club!" 7500 St. Andrews Rd., Lake Worth Fl, 33467.
  • Palm Beach Polo & Country Club - 11199 Polo Club Road, Wellington, FL. With it's rare environment of magnificent homes, world-class sports, fabulous amenities and a coveted location, Palm Beach Polo and Country Club has it all.
  • Seminole Golf Club - private golf club located in Juno Beach (901 Seminole Blvd), Florida. Founded by E.F. Hutton, has a rich history of being a golf club for the corporate elite. Designed by Donald Ross in 1929, it is consistently ranked as one of the Top 100 courses in the United States.
  • Trump International Golf Club - since 1999. 3505 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach, FL 33406.
  • West Palm Beach Golf Course - 7001 Parker Avenue, West Palm Beach, FL 33405.
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