Clematis Street, West Palm Beach

Shopping Districts in The Palm Beaches

From outlet malls to luxury boutiques, find your style here.

Whether you’re looking for the latest fashion trend or pursuing the perfect antique to complete your collection, The Palm Beaches' shopping districts are your South Florida shopping meccas. While shopping designer boutiques and brand names, don’t miss the charming cafés, chic restaurants and bustling nightlife which complete our shopping districts.

Jupiter Shopping

Located in the North region of The Palm Beaches, Jupiter offers an easygoing vibe elevated by luxurious amenities. Shoppers can enjoy everything from well-known names by global brands to independent labels by emerging designers.

Harbourside Place

Harbourside Place is the premier downtown destination for shopping, dining, luxury accommodations, live entertainment and boating. Nestled along Jupiter’s Intracoastal Waterway, Harbourside Place conveys the classic, coastal vibe The Palm Beaches are known for.

Shop national and specialty stores, including Chico’s, Tommy Bahama, John Craig Clothier and Francesca's, and hear concerts by jazz and tribute bands at the waterfront amphitheater. Dine at mouthwatering restaurants like Calaveras Cantina, BurgerFi and Another Broken Egg Café. There’s also The Woods, Tiger Woods’ upscale-casual restaurant where the servers (who wear Nikes) hand out hot towels to those ordering finger foods.

Local Boutiques

For an only-in-Jupiter shopping experience, visit the local boutiques sprinkled throughout Harbourside Place and beyond. Give your abode a carefree, coastal vibe when you decorate with eclectic furniture, fine linens and unique home décor from Marie Antoinette's Furniture. For trendy, statement-making apparel, browse artistic designer pieces at Lola Dré, and stock up on local athletic and athleisure apparel at Jofit. Or treat yourself or a loved one to gorgeous fine jewelry and luxury watches at Provident Jewelry.

Palm Beach Gardens Shopping

Studded with pristine golf courses, Palm Beach Gardens is a high-end community boasting the gold standard in shopping. Stroll the upscale shops and open-air centers of Downtown at the Gardens, The Gardens Mall, Legacy Place, PGA Commons and Mainstreet at Midtown.

The Gardens Mall

Valet parking and a full-service concierge make The Gardens Mall accessible to all. Inside, more than 100 stores ranging from Anthropologie to Zales beckon shoppers, and the anchor stores of Nordstrom, Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales, Macy's and Sears complete the ultimate retail therapy experience.

Legacy Place

Legacy Place is a shopper's haven, offering a charming Main Street-like experience. A large selection of retail stores and restaurants, including Best Buy and Pier 1 Imports, offers something for every taste.

PGA Commons

PGA Commons is the art and dining district for people looking to experience the best of the Palm Beach lifestyle. Enchanting brick walkways and lush landscaping weave through more than 20 carefully curated restaurants, galleries, artful spaces, boutiques and service providers. A fresh-air playground that celebrates art, culture and cuisine, PGA Commons is a destination to explore!

Mainstreet at Midtown

Enjoy gourmet cuisine, live entertainment, chic salons and upscale boutiques at Palm Beach Gardens’ Mainstreet at Midtown, which also hosts art shows and other events.

West Palm Beach Shopping

Downtown West Palm Beach is defined by its mix of national brands and local retailers, international dining and nightlife, and cultural venues flavored with 100 years of history. The waterfront area adds to the view with fountains and graceful gardens, and three long public docks bring the water’s edge to life.

Clematis Street

Clematis Street is one of South Florida's favorite destinations for stylish home furnishings and décor – Pioneer Linens, a downtown landmark since 1912, is famous for luxury goods – but the real draw of Clematis Street is the food: Pistache for French, Avocado Grill for elevated small plates, Rocco’s Tacos for Mexican and Pizza Girls for the obvious. Clematis by Night is a Thursday-night tradition featuring free live music on the waterfront, and the West Palm Beach GreenMarket is held here on Saturday mornings.

Rosemary Square

City Place PlazaWith its Mediterranean architecture and public plazas, The Square is a premier shopping destination in Downtown West Palm Beach, formerly known as Rosemary Square. The open-air, Italian-inspired property offers dozens of shops and dining options, including Anthropologie, Restoration Hardware, 4D Gelateria and Brother Jimmy’s BBQ.

Palm Beach Outlets

The only outlet center in The Palm Beaches, Palm Beach Outlets is located directly off I-95 at Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard. Save up to 70% off retail prices at this eco-friendly shopping haven boasting beautiful breezeways and stores like Nordstrom Rack, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, J.Crew Factory, Sunglass Hut and Talbots.

Warehouse District

This buzzy area of downtown is one of West Palm Beach's up-and-coming shopping destinations. Inhabiting multiple refurbished warehouses, the district is home to Grandview Public Market, a chef-driven food hall, and Elizabeth Ave. Station, a curated retail market, event and co-working space. Other businesses in the area include surf and motorcycle shops, a brewery, and Steel Tie Spirits.

Northwood Village

With its own "Main Street," Northwood Village is home to a diverse array of ethnic restaurants, antiques shops and funky boutiques. Its monthly Art Night Out is a free evening filled with wine tastings, street artists and live entertainment.

Antique Row

Antique Row, just south of downtown West Palm Beach, is a world-renowned district of more than 40 antique shops, vintage boutiques and home design stores. It’s where you can find hidden gems from the 18th through the 21st centuries, fine and decorative arts, and period deco and modern furnishings, all within walking distance of one another. For the annual Evening on Antique Row fundraiser, the shops stay open late. Shop owners serve drinks, gourmet food trucks prepare their most popular dishes and live music entertains the crowd.

Palm Beach Shopping

Worth Avenue

Worth Avenue

USA Today's 10 Best has recognized Worth Avenue as one of its “10 Most Iconic Streets,” and for good reason. Few things are better than strolling Worth Avenue, a slight ocean breeze ruffling your shopping bags from Jimmy Choo, Louis Vuitton, Lilly Pulitzer and Neiman Marcus. When you top this off with lunch at one of the Avenue's fine restaurants, like Bice or Ta-boo, your day is complete.

Royal Poinciana Plaza

Located in the heart of Palm Beach just off Cocoanut Row, Royal Poinciana Plaza reimagines a 1950s architectural gem as a modern shopping oasis. Discover a delightful mix of boutiques, ranging from international brands such as Alice + Olivia and Theory to local shopping concepts like The Grand Tour by Caroline Rafferty – all surrounding a lush courtyard with water fountains. Make a day of it with eclectic bars and restaurants, beauty and wellness services, and more.

Wellington Shopping

Wellington is an internationally recognized destination for polo and equestrian competition with a matchless social scene through “high season,” but year-round the area is a shopper's paradise.

The Mall at Wellington Green

The Mall at Wellington Green features two levels of Mediterranean style and local architecture. Its anchors are Macy's, Dillard’s and JCPenney, and more than 150 specialty stores are found inside. Take a break from shopping at a dine-in restaurant, or grab a quick bite in the food court.

Lake Worth Shopping

Antiques lovers have chosen Lake Worth for decades. Art treasures and rare finds for reasonable prices are always available, and every Saturday the Lake Worth Green Market sells arts and crafts, baked products, fresh produce and a variety of goods made locally and throughout the U.S.

At the monthly Lake Avenue Block Party (formerly Evenings on the Avenue), stop into local galleries and sample the different flavors Lake Worth has to offer. After dinner, head to the numerous venues showcasing live music, from acoustic rock to big-band, jazz or steel drums.

Boynton Beach Shopping

The bustling downtown shopping area of Boynton Beach centers on Congress Avenue, from Boynton Beach Boulevard to Gateway Boulevard South. Here, you’ll find convenient shopping areas packed with casual eateries and big name brands such as Barnes & Noble and Bed, Bath & Beyond.

Boynton Beach Mall

At the Boynton Beach Mall, catch a flick at the 14-screen movie theater between visits to department stores, specialty shops and eateries. There’s even a children's play area and carousel, all within the mall's garden setting.

Renaissance Commons

The stunning architecture and inviting scenery of Renaissance Commons lends to the mixed urbanism of shopping, dining and dwelling. Relax in true Florida style as you meander through the shops, boutiques and restaurants.

Delray Beach Shopping

A picturesque beach town packed with vibrant boutiques, unique art galleries and lively sidewalk cafés, Delray Beach offers a welcoming atmosphere and plenty of opportunities to stroll outdoors and shop along the way.

Atlantic Avenue

The "Avenue," as the locals call it, is the center of the action in Delray Beach. Its charming ambiance is set with brick-paved sidewalks, live oaks, royal palm trees, decorative street lamps and the Atlantic Ocean. As you stroll through downtown, step inside quaint shops – many with the owners working behind the counter – to find handmade art pieces and one-of-a-kind gifts.

Delray Marketplace

An upscale outdoor shopping center, Delray Marketplace offers a lineup of brand-name shops such as Soma, White House | Black Market and Ann Taylor LOFT, as well as casual restaurants and a CineBowl & Grille. Special events such as Fitness Fun and live concerts make this retail and entertainment center a must-visit spot.

Boca Raton Shopping

Downtown Boca's eclectic blend of boutiques, galleries, gourmet markets and celebrated fashion retailers provides the perfect pet-friendly atmosphere for shopping and strolling all day long.

Town Center at Boca Raton

Town Center at Boca Raton, anchored by Macy's, Nordstrom, Bloomingdale's, Saks Fifth Avenue and Neiman Marcus, boasts 220 stores – ranging from Apple to Cartier – and 25 restaurants.

Mizner Park

Mizner Park, a shopping and entertainment district in Boca Raton, is home to the only Lord & Taylor in Florida, as well as shops selling fine jewelry, home décor and fashions for the whole family. There’s even a movie theater showing the latest releases.

University Commons

At University Commons on Glade Road, find favorites such as Nordstrom Rack and Whole Foods Market.