Downtown West Palm Beach Restaurants – A Neighborhood Guide
Whether you’re visiting West Palm Beach for a day or for a week, let our neighborhood guide to Downtown West Palm Beach Restaurants help you discover the best locally-owned establishments…no chain restaurants on this list and no bars either. Downtown West Palm Beach certainly isn’t lacking in drinking establishments, but that’s another list for another day.
Aioli | sandwiches & salads | $
hot-spot for breakfast and lunch featuring fresh-baked breads and locally-sourced ingredients.
206 S. Olive Avenue
Anzo | build your own bowl | $
breakfast and lunch, lots of healthy options
400 Clematis Street
Avocado Grill | coastal farm to table | $$$
small plates and signature libations – save room for the nutella-avocado mousse!
125 Datura Street
Batch | new southern kitchen & tap | $$
think macaroni & cheese, shrimp ‘n grits, chicken ‘n waffles
223 Clematis Street
The Blind Monk | tapas bar | $$
named one of the top 25 wine bars in the country by travel & leisure!
410 Evernia Street, suite 107
The Butcher Shop Beer Garden & Grill | grill & beer garden | $$
carnivores and beer lovers…this one’s for you!
209 6th Street
Crema | thai rolled ice cream | $
fun to watch, delicious to eat
310 S. Dixie
Dr. Limon | peruvian ceviche bar | $$
experience one of the hottest new restaurants in West Palm Beach!
533 Clematis Street
Field of Greens | salads, sandwiches & juice | $
healthy, fresh & fast!
412 Clematis Street
Fiwe | caribbean | $$
authentic Caribbean cuisine and steel drums during Sunday brunch!
410 Evernia Street, suite 108
Ganache Bakery | bakery | $
the best rum cakes, key lime pie and desserts in town. The owner was the runner-up on Food Network’s Halloween Baking Championship!
306 S. Dixie
Hullabaloo | italian gastropub | $$
don’t miss the retro-airstream trailer on the back patio!
517 Clematis Street
reservations recommended for dinner
Johan’s Joe | swedish coffeehouse & cafe | $
not your typical coffee shop…sleek & elegant with traditional swedish pastries
401 S. Dixie
Kabuki | asian fusion | $$
sushi and thai dishes in a sleek, contemporary setting
308 Clematis Street
Kapow Noodle Bar | southeast asian | $$
modern takes on classic southeast asian dishes
519 Clematis Street
Leila | middle eastern | $$
beautiful outdoor patio with belly dancing on the weekends!
120 S. Dixie
reservations recommended for dinner
Loic Bakery Cafe & Bar | french bakery | $
satisfy your sweet tooth with house-made pastries, croissants and breads that taste as good as they look!
480 Hibiscus Street, unit 116
Lynora’s | italian | $$
house-made pastas and wood-fired pizzas
207 Clematis Street
Makeb’s | bagels | $
real new york style bagels!
401 S. Olive Avenue
Mediterranean Market & Deli | mediterranean market & deli | $
great for takeout! small, family-owned, authentic…since 1972
327 5th Street
Meraki Juice Kitchen | juice bar & vegan cafe | $
organic, plant-based cuisine
328 Fern Street
Paneterie | european bakery cafe | $
fast casual with fresh-baked pastries, coffee, savory breakfast & lunch…macarons anyone?
Paris Bakery & Cafe | french | $
popular for le frunche (French brunch)
212 S. Olive
Peppermint | thai & sushi | $$
family owned restaurant featuring authentic Thai food
340 Clematis Street
Pistache | french bistro | $$$
named best french restaurant in palm beach and broward counties!
101 N. Clematis Street
Pizza Girls | new york style pizza | $
a favorite among locals and celebrities!
114 S. Clematis Street
The Regional | southern | $$$
chef lindsay autry was a finalist on bravo’s top chef!
651 Okeechobee Boulevard
Ristorante Santucci | italian | $$$
sleek, authentic, italian fine dining
610 Clematis Street
Rivales Taqueria| mexican | $
ranked one of the best tacos in the county!
106 N. Olive Avenue
Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar | mexican | $$
make sure to order the tableside guacamole!
224 Clematis Street
Sloan’s | ice cream | $
delicious ice cream and a must-see bathroom!
112 S. Clematis Street
Subculture Coffee | coffee bar & cafe | $
neighborhood coffee shop & cafe
509 Clematis Street
Venturing outside of downtown West Palm Beach? We have more delicious, historic neighborhoods to explore within 5 minutes of downtown.
Old Northwood Neighborhood – 5 minutes north of downtown West Palm Beach on N. Dixie
- Agora Mediterranean Kitchen – authentic!
- Petanque – delicious food & drinks in a relaxing outdoor space with live music
- Table 427 – try the no-menu experience
Historic Neighborhoods – 5 minutes south of downtown West Palm Beach along S. Dixie Highway
- Belle & Maxwell’s – creative menu using local ingredients
- Cholo Soy Cocina – the best tacos in town!
- Grandview Public Market – South Florida’s first food hall!
- Grato – sister restaurant of the famous Buccan on Palm Beach
- Havana – best Cuban food in town!
- Kitchen – owned by Tiger Woods former personal chef
- Maison Carlos – tiny, hidden gem for a nice quiet dinner!
- Mazie’s – brunch available 7 days a week!
- Rhythm Cafe – an old pharmacy transformed into a delicious dining destination
- Table 26 – lobster mac & cheese anyone?
- Todd’s – owned by celebrity chef Todd English
$ – cheap eats!
$$ – won’t break the bank
$$$ – worth the splurge!
PS – If you’d like a local to show you around town and take you to the best locally-owned, off-the-beaten path restaurants, make reservations for a West Palm Beach Food Tour. It’s a delicious and entertaining way to learn about West Palm Beach with generous tastings from 6 off-the-beaten path, locally owned restaurants. You’ll meet chefs, taste a dish that’s been featured on the Food Network, enjoy tropical fruit show & tell, admire colorful street art and hear crazy stories about our past.