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Best Of Readers' Poll: Best Restaurant in Palm Beach

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Palm Beach County has gone through one of the biggest restaurant booms in the U.S. lately: We're finally on the culinary map. From the tiny corner bistro where you've been a regular for years to the splashy newcomer cheffed by a big name, Palm Beach has enough good restaurants to keep us busy for a lifetime. So what's the BEST RESTAURANT in the county, IYHO? Old or new, shabby or chic, if you love it, get it on our list. Write your choice in the comments section below.


Need some suggestions? Click here for an archive of articles by New Times food writers Gail Shepherd and John Linn.

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