Palm Beach Relocation Guide

SPR-SUM 2016

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176 P A L M B E A C H R E L O C A T I O N G U I D E – S P R I N G | S U M M E R 2 0 1 6 S H O P P I N G A N D D I N I N G Located in the heart of Palm Beach, Buccan is a high-end bistro, featuring progressive American cuisine in a casually sophisticated setting. The main characteristic of Buccan's menu is a changing collection of small plates that highlight marvelous ingredients and preparation. Favorites include duck confit, squid ink pasta and short rib tacos. Topped with first-rate service, dining at Buccan is sure to be a marvelous experience. The Cheesecake Factory 701 S Rosemary Ave., Ste 179 West Palm Beach, 33401 No matter what it is, it's probably on the extensive menu at the Cheesecake Factory in Downtown West Palm Beach. Visitors can sit in the lively indoor section of the restaurant or on an outer deck facing the CityPlace hustle and bustle. The large portions of fresh food are well cooked and handsomely presented, while the location is clean and the professional staff at the Cheesecake Factory is courteous. Guests get to walk off their meals in West Palm Beach's lively Downtown. The Circle at the Breakers One South County Rd., Palm Beach, 33480 Want a marvelous brunch in Palm Beach? There is no beating the Breakers. For more than 25 years, the luxurious resort has been hosting an elaborate brunch every Sunday at the Circle. Guests enjoy a marvelous buffet with selections of everything from freshly baked breakfast pastries to a made-to-order omelet station. The architecture is extraor- dinary, featuring 30-foot frescoed ceilings that were hand painted to depict Renaissance landscapes, along with splendid ocean views. City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill 700 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach, 33401 Overlooking the gorgeous fountains of City- Place, City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill's sizable dining room features an award winning wine collection in a floor to ceiling glass cellar, as well as cocktails and craft beers. The diverse menu entails dry aged steaks, fresh pasta, baked pizza and delightful seafood, like Gulf Shrimp-Sea Scallop Risotto. A small plates menu is offered featuring a variety of hard to find artisanal cheeses and dreamy dessert selections. Dada 52 N Swinton Ave., Delray Beach, 33444 Dada, the hidden treasure in Downtown Delray Beach, is a landmark two-story house that was turned into an upscale restaurant that draws a diverse crowd seven nights a week. The spot is full of artistic sculptures, paintings and plush sofas, with giant trees in its picturesque courtyard. While some go to Dada for the chic ambiance and live entertainment, others are food connoisseurs. Visitors can feast on treats ranging from mahi-mahi and steak to chocolate fondue and an Irish Car Bomb. The Dubliner Mizner Park, 435 Plaza Real Boca Raton, 33432; Located just outside of Boca Raton's Mizner Park Amphitheater, the Dubliner is much more than an Irish pub. The ahi tuna salad is delightful, as are the fish and chips, corned beef and cabbage and shepherd's pie. All of the serving sizes are generous. Wash it all down with a Guinness Stout, if not a homemade mango mojito. The Dubliner is a fun and intimate establishment, ideal for a pre-concert meal or after party. Jetty's 1075 N Highway A1A, Jupiter, 33477 For more than two decades, Jetty's water- front restaurant has been one of South Florida's most popular restaurants. Inexpen- sive signature menu items include fresh fish and shellfish, along with Certified Angus steaks and ribs, all with substantial portion sizes. Diners at Jetty's also get to enjoy unsur- passed views of the Intracoastal Waterway and view of historic Jupiter lighthouse. Jordan's Steak Bistro 10140 Forest Hill Blvd, Suite 170 Wellington, 33414 Jordan's Steak Bistro is outstanding, and the atmosphere is inviting and elegant, but low key. Visitors can take their pick from prime Jackman Wagyu Ranch steaks, chicken, vegetarian, vegan options and superb seafood, such as Maryland style crab cakes that are almost entirely made of jumbo lump crab, and served with lobster cream sauce. The wine list offers fifty national and international choices and martinis are creative, large and passionately constructed. Diners can even experience a four course epicurean event. Max & Erma's 11111 Southern Blvd. Royal Palm Beach, 33411 For years, Max & Erma's has been one of Royal Palm Beach's most unique and enter- taining restaurants for casual dining. Besides Midwest dishes like gourmet burgers, tortilla soup and cheese skewers, the fresh baked cookies for dessert are adored. They also have an array of salads, sandwiches, steaks, ribs, pasta and seafood. To top it all off, the walls at Max & Erma's are decorated with quirky artifacts and local paraphernalia. The county's eclectic dining scene has something for everyone's taste. A number of restaurants are elegant oceanfront dining, yet remain comfortable for all. " "

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