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Trendiest Nightlife Areas in The Palm Beaches

Trendiest Nightlife Areas in The Palm Beaches

Experience the top 3 nightlife areas for young crowds in Palm Beach County

Nighttime in The Palm Beaches is magical. With a wide variety of bars and clubs to choose from, there’s always something to do after sunset. Here we have included the most fashionable and vibrant areas for young people willing to experience The Palm Beaches’ nightlife.


1. Clematis Street, West Palm Beach

Clematis Street is with no doubt the liveliest area in West Palm Beach, where shops, bars, clubs, and tasty restaurants line the ground floor of historic buildings. At night, the area is thriving with dining and entertainment options that attract students and young professionals. Grab a wood oven pizza at Lynora’s, or stop at Grease for the ultimate burger. If you’re craving Mexican food, check out Roccos’ Tacos & Tequila Bar and make sure to order their fresh guac. Or, stop at the botanical-inspired restaurant Sourbon Kitchen and head upstairs to The Lab, a speakseasy offering creative handcrafted cocktails. Later at night, check out Clematis Social, an upscale nightlife venue in the heart of Clematis Street. The club features pool and ping pong tables, three bars, and great music. Open until the early morning, Clematis Social is a perfect place to celebrate with semi-private rooms and tables.

Clematis Social
Courtesy of Clematis Social

Alternatively, head to the artsy Myers Lounge, a bar and art gallery that serves personalized craft cocktails, hookahs, and food in a casual ambiance with cool décor. At Myers Lounge, the party is on every weekend! And, if you want a pub + rooftop experience, Roxy’s Pub is for you! Known as a place for WPB locals, Roxy’s has both a pub and a rooftop. The pub, located downstairs, features about 64 beers on tap and a great selection of wines and spirits, as well as 22 flat screens. It is the perfect place to watch sports games, meet up with friends, and play games such as pool or fuse ball. Sky 309 is Roxy’s rooftop featuring live music and three full bars. It is open on Friday and Saturday nights with guest DJs, VIP tables and cocktail service, and on Sunday afternoons for rooftop parties.

Myers Lounge
Courtesy of Myers Lounge

During the day, Clematis Street is a tranquil area perfect for a morning walk, a brunch with friends, or for some shopping in one of the several local boutiques. If you happen to be around on Saturday morning, stop by the green market and grab some homemade goodies from local vendors. On Sundays, should you be in the mood for a day party, Lynora’s organizes a Sunday Brunch with a DJ and bottomless drinks from 11 am to 3 pm, while Banko Cantina organizes a rooftop after party from 3 pm. Street and garage parking is available along Clematis Street.


2. Atlantic Avenue, Delray Beach

Also simply known as “The Ave,” action-packed Atlantic Avenue is the pedestrian‐friendly epicenter of downtown Delray Beach where brick-paved sidewalks lined with palm and oak trees create a charming and stylish ambiance. The Avenue boasts a myriad of restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and nightclubs, as well as impressive art galleries and unique local retailers. At nighttime, check out The Office, a popular American gastropub located right in the heart of Atlantic Avenue and specialized in gourmet food and handcrafted cocktails. Alternative, stop at Park Tavern, a craft cocktail and kitchen-driven neighborhood restaurant located besides Worthing Park, one of the oldest natural environments on Atlantic Avenue. If you’re craving seafood, check out City Oyster & Sushi Bar and Mussel Beach on Atlantic avenue, or Rack’s Fish House just a few feet away from The Ave.

City Oyster
Courtesy of City Oyster

For a perfect view of the water, stop at Deck 84, a casual waterfront restaurant located directly on the intracoastal. And if you and your group of friends cannot agree on what to eat, go to the Delray Beach Market, an indoor venue a minute away from The Ave with more than 27 food vendors, 3 bars, and live entertainment. In the mood for dancing? Then stop at Salt7Honey, or Tin Roof—all popular nightlife spots within walking distance from one another. And for the perfect playful night with friends, stop at Throw Social, a venue that combines backyard-style games with music, entertainment and cocktails! During the day, Atlantic Avenue is as charming as at nighttime. Take a morning walk on The Ave, check out the art galleries and boutiques, grab an ice cream at Sloan’s, and stop for a cup of coffee at the Colombian Coffee House.

Throw social
Throw Social


3. Jupiter Inlet, Jupiter

Located 12 miles north of the Lake Worth Inlet and 16 miles south of the St. Lucie River, Jupiter Inlet is a magical place where lavish mansions are set besides natural wonders. The area boasts several delicious restaurants and fun tiki bars with live music and breathtaking sceneries. For a high-end sports bar experience, stop at The Woods—Tiger’s flagship restaurant. For a more casual dining experience, stop at U-Tiki Beach, a restaurant that serves fresh seafood and drinks and offers great views of the Jupiter Lighthouse.

Square Grouper
Square Grouper

A not-to-be-missed spot is Guanabanas, a fun open-air waterfront restaurant and bar serving great food and drinks in a lush, tropical setting. Guanabanas also features live music from local, regional, and national artists. Keep an eye on their live music event scheduleSquare Grouper is another fun place always full of young crowds. Probably the most popular Tiki Bar in Jupiter, Square Grouper offers food and cocktails and hosts local bands nearly every night. But the most exciting part of this place is the beautiful view of Jupiter Lighthouse right in front of it! And if you are looking for a rooftop bar with waterfront views, stop at Topside at The Beacon, a tapas bar and craft cocktail lounge with a Polynesian-inspired tropical décor. Grab a drink and enjoy the music stylings from their resident DJ, together with the views of the Jupiter Lighthouse. There are plenty of things to do in Jupiter even during the day. If you like water activities, check out Riverbend Park, one of the most popular places in South Florida for kayaking and canoeing. Or go to DuBois Park and Jupiter Beach Park and explore a mosaic of shallow coves and lagoons unlike anywhere else in the region. 

Guanabanas branded chairs


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