Looking for the best restaurants in South Florida? Make a reservation in The Palm Beaches.

Dining in The Palm Beaches makes every meal a special occasion: Arrive by boat or by car at Guanabanas in Jupiter and savor this fresh Florida seafood restaurant surrounded by palm trees, complete with thatched tiki hut. Meals are served with live music and diners are treated to 100% outdoor waterfront dining on the Intracoastal.

You can’t go wrong at one of celebrity Chef Clay Conley’s hotspots — Grato, Imoto or Buccan, hands down some of the best restaurants in West Palm Beach and Palm Beach for big, bright flavors with tasty hints of the chef’s world travels. Or join the locals as they celebrate the culinary stylings of local Chef Julien Gremaud at his always-packed downtown West Palm Beach restaurant Avocado Grill for small plates and the ultra-fresh raw bar. Nearby on Clematis Street, enjoy excellent service and an extensive happy hour, including Zucchini Blossom Beignets and Burgundy Escargots, at Chef Isaac Cerny’s Pistache French Bistro.

Satisfy your sweet tooth at delicious dessert spots throughout The Palm Beaches. High tea at Serenity Garden Tea House & Café in West Palm Beach comes served on a three-tier platter of tiny delights. (Save room for the top tier: French macarons and cream puffs.) Chocoholics should head to Greenacres for a free tour and tasting at the Hoffman’s Chocolates Factory, Shoppe and Gardens.  

Just thirsty? After enjoying some causal-yet-amazing eats at a Lake Worth restaurant, take a turn down a bumpy dirt road to Sons and Daughters Farm & Winery for their seasonal wines, beers and kombucha on tap. Or tip back some suds at one of 20 craft breweries in The Palm Beaches. Twisted Trunk Brewing Company’s Gin to Win is a serious aged American IPA, while Due South Brewing Company makes a crushable pale ale perfect for the beach.

Here’s where to eat in The Palm Beaches.

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