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Buccan

Buccan's menu is mostly small plates, many of which can be bulked up to heftier portions, as well as a half-dozen or so more typical entrées. Try the steak tartar (a generous portion with a deep,...
Eclectic, Small Plates, Seafood, Steakhouse
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Echo

This vibrantly designed Asian restaurant, owned by the Breakers of Palm Beach, features dishes from China, Thailand, Japan, and Vietnam, categorized according to the elements: wind ("small plates...
Chinese, Japanese, Sushi, Thai, Vegan, Vegetarian
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Hilton West Palm Beach

Summer Friday’s at Galley, the hotel’s nautical-inspired bar, will feature diverse tapas menu, prohibition cocktails and local bands or entertainers alongside Galley’s oasis-inspired fire pits. To...
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Cafe Boulud

Daniel Boulud's restaurant inside the Brazilian Court hotel is luxurious but not ostentatious. The French-American menu features favorites like local grilled Mahi with broccoli and puffed grains,...
French, Eclectic, International
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Renegades

Bar Food, Bars and Clubs
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The Colony Hotel Pavilion

Adult
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Jove

The Four Seasons Palm Beach has updated its staid dining scene for a younger, cooler aesthetic, with a focus on modern Italian cuisine. Chefs Mauro Zanusso (who was born in Italy) and Darryl...
Italian, Modern European
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PB Catch

Living in South Florida, it's no surprise that everyone -- tourists and locals alike -- is into seafood. But when opting out of your average crab shack or ceviche spot, the upscale seafood...
Seafood, Restaurants
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HMF

Bars and Clubs
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Colony Hotel-Palm Beach

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