Palm Beach Travel Guide – Best Places to Visit and Eat At
There’s something about Palm Beach. Maybe it’s the characteristic swaying trees or the clear blue water. Perhaps it is a relaxed language, somewhat isolated but still bustling. Either it’s a top spot for residents, as the island has attracted members of fashion groups from Aerin Lauder to Katie Sturino, but still manages to feel like a close-knit, close-knit community — for whether you are residing there or just passing by. Whatever the reason, it remains an indelible part of Florida, synonymous with luxury homes and a lifestyle to match. For your next trip down south, we’ve rounded up the best places to visit and, of course, where to shop.
Royal Poinciana shopping mall
With shops from La Ligne to LoveShackFancy and the newly opened Veronica Beard, plus restaurants and an outdoor SoulCycle, you could spend the day walking (or cycling) around the John Volk-designed Royal Poinciana Plaza. design and fully satisfied in doing so.
Norton Museum of Art
Palm Beach is steeped in history, and the Norton Museum of Art is an important part of it. even though technically in West Palm Beach, it is considered an important cultural institution for locals as well as snowbirds; In fact, Steel Baron Ralph Hubbard Norton, a former resident, founded it with his wife Elizabeth in 1941 to house their vast personal collection. Today, you’ll find more than 7,000 pieces, including works by Stuart Davis and Jackson Pollock, inside.
Palm Beach Par 3 Golf Course
Golf and Palm Beach basically go hand in hand. If you’re new to the sport, this beautiful par 3 course, overlooking the water, is a good place to practice your swing — or just laugh about your unfortunate bluffs.
For Southern French vibes on Avenue Worth, head to Le Bilboquet. The Upper East Side headquarters known for its snacks (and especially Cajun chicken) has joined moving New Yorkers with the opening of its newest outpost. As the owner and self-proclaimed Link of life Philippe Delgrange will attest, Bilbo is always a good time.
Billed as “one of the most coveted dining destinations in Palm Beach,” Daniel Bohlud’s Daniel Bohlud-run restaurant, with its chic outdoor terrace at The Brazilian Court Hotel, is constantly advertised. flourish. Everything on the menu is fine, but the White Cosmo, a combination of vodka, elderflower and white cranberries, finished with an orchid ice cube, is definitely your IG moment.
Good for breakfast, lunch or dinner, Swifty’s, located poolside at The Colony Hotel, may be one of the more casual dining options on the island, but it’s delicious nonetheless. Take advantage of the live music offering — specifically, acoustic guitarists who stage everything from the Beatles to the Backstreet Boys.
Located in the Royal Poinciana Plaza, Sant Ambroeus has a chic bar and spacious outdoor area, the perfect place to enjoy a round of post-retail therapeutic drinks. (Because you can use a cocktail to help wash away the fact that you just lost your tax refund in a failed attempt.)
Although Lola 41 shares the same address as the White Elephant hotel, the Nantucket-based sushi bar is its own entity, with an extensive wine list, sake, cocktails and craft beer in the courtyard – and a bar decorated with vintage coins from around the world.
No trip to Palm Beach is complete without a visit to The Breakers, and its restaurant and lounge space, HMF, is the perfect place for drinks and lounging in the upstairs lounges. There’s a reason why sommelier master Juan Gomez is named Wine drinker Winner of the Grand Prize every year since the awards began in 1981.
This all-pink hotel is not only eye-catching, but has charming Art Deco interiors and a great setting for lounging by the pool. The show is great too: don’t miss the famous trainer Isaac Boots’ Torch’d workout in the East Garden on Saturdays.
Brazilian Court Hotel
Spacious suites? Private pool area? Custom Linus bike loan? Check, test, test. The Brazil Court Hotel has a bit of old-world glam in the center of town, a quick walk from the Palm Beach Lake Trail.
White elephant palm beach
All White Elephant properties are tasteful and elegant, and Palm Beach is certainly no exception. The newest, fully refurbished hotel to open on the island, features luxurious rooms decorated with pop art, a heated swimming pool and shuttle service to the beach.