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Lunch and dinner are hardly a bargain at Ta-boo, one of Palm Beach's longest-lived restaurants (opened in 1941), but it's a great place to soak up a little history and listen to the rustle of money. Legend has it that the bloody mary was invented at Ta-boo to help Barbara Hutton recover from a hangover, and notables, from the Kennedys to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, have swarmed the place year after year. Faux royalty and celebs still hang at Ta-boo for the perfectly dressed salads, Osetra caviar, dry-aged strip steaks, crabmeat cocktails, chicken paillard, and bacon cheeseburgers. As this lineup suggests, you're going for upscale, carefully put together bistro and bar food rather than seriously haute fare.