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Ten Best Eggs Benedict in Broward and Palm Beach

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8. The Wine Dive

Every weekend, brunch and breakfast menus come out at the Wine Dive in West Palm Beach. These days, the downtown Clematis Street spot is just as well-known for its amazing array of morning menu items as it is for its wine. There are whimsical dishes like Captain Crunch French toast and hearty offerings like New York strip steak with eggs. The eggs Benedict, however, is among its bestsellers. That includes the "My Benedict," a tender, pulled short rib that's paired with a fresh béarnaise sauce over the traditional hollandaise.

7. City Diner

If you like a greasy-spoon diner, this tiny West Palm Beach establishment fits the bill. Along with all that grease, you'll get a hefty serving of nostalgia thanks to its old-time diner feel; think '50s photos and memorabilia hanging from the walls and menu items to match. But it's the corned-beef-hash eggs Benedict that offers a taste of something only City Diner can offer. Although it's not an official menu item, you can order it this way -- and regular patrons often do -- a platter complete with two poached eggs, hollandaise sauce, and potatoes or grits.

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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.
Contact: Nicole Danna