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Five Best New Restaurants in West Palm Beach

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Here they are, the five best new restaurants to open in West Palm Beach since last season.

5. Oli's Fashion Cuisine

Just one year ago, we were heralding the grand opening of Fuku, the pan-Asian concept where you could enjoy everything from sushi and Chinese-inspired fare to pad Thai and Vietnamese noodles. Today, the space at 215 Clematis St. has been overhauled and renovated by Wellington restaurant duo Juan Gando and his chef-partner Dustin Parfitt. Together, they've brought their "fashionable" cuisine to downtown West Palm Beach following the success of their other Wellington establishments: Oli's, the Grille, and the Seahorse. At Oli's downtown West Palm Beach location -- open for lunch and dinner -- you'll find a menu that offers creative, artful plates that are addictive, like our favorite, the tuna tacos, fine-chopped ahi tuna placed in handmade, flash-fried shells served over avocado and rice. Other dishes include buttermilk fried chicken, flatbreads, panini sandwiches, dinner-sized salads, and pasta.

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Nicole Danna is a Palm Beach County-based reporter who began covering the South Florida food scene for New Times in 2011. She also loves drinking beer and writing about the area's growing craft beer community.
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