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What’s New To Do in West Palm Beach – Restaurants & Attractions

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New Restaurants & Things to Do in West Palm Beach, Florida

West Palm Beach is certainly a city on the move, and in an effort to keep up with the excitement, we’ve put together a list of new West Palm Beach restaurants and attractions.

Note: this list is not designed to be a comprehensive list but rather a list of “newish” restaurants and attractions in West Palm Beach that are generating a lot of excitement around town. Of course, the pandemic of 2020 delayed many exciting projects, but soon, very soon West Palm Beach will continue to boom! 

New West Palm Beach Restaurants

Elisabetta’s | 185 Banyan Blvd, West Palm Beach
Housemade pasta & pizza with a view? Yes, please!

High Dive | 550 S. Rosemary in Rosemary Square, West Palm Beach
Best seafood in town! Don’t miss the Florida Ceviche loaded with Key West Pink Shrimp, Florida Citrus & Avocados. Their raw bar is impressive!

Sassafras | 105 S. Narcissus Avenue, West Palm Beach
Expect the most unique and delicious twists on Southern Classics like Heirloom Squash Hoppin’ John with Sea Island Red Peas and Carolina Gold Rice or Fried Green Tomatoes with Burrata. My husband has proclaimed their Fried Chicken and Biscuits the best in town!

 

New West Palm Beach Attractions

Rosemary Square | 700 S. Rosemary Avenue, West Palm Beach
Rosemary Square (formerly known as City Place) is revamped and revitalized with new landscaping, pavers and exciting new shops & restaurants. The centerpiece of Rosemary Square is the Wishing Tree with 100,000 led lights…quite fun to watch at night!  New stores and restaurants include Pura Vida (health conscious cafe), Sur La Table, Lululemon, Yeti, Faherty (casual clothing), Solid & Striped (swimwear) and Mint & Rose (shoes & accessories made in Spain).  The list of stores and restaurants opening soon is even more extensive: True Food Kitchen (Dr. Andrew Weil’s restaruant), Planta (vegan restaurant), West Elm and Urban Outfitters.

 

Brightline | 501 Evernia Street, West Palm Beach
A day trip to Ft. Lauderdale or Miami is now luxurious and relaxing on Brightline. Our new high speed train will get you to Ft. Lauderdale in 30 minutes and Miami in an hour. Once you arrive, there are plenty of restaurants and things to do within walking distance of both stations. (currently not operating due to COVID)

 

The New Norton Museum of Art | 1451 S. Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach
The Norton Museum is one of the largest art museums in the state of Florida thanks to a 100-million dollar, 3 year expansion. PS – The Restaurant at The Norton is not your ordinary museum cafe, so plan to enjoy lunch!

 

 
updated 8/16/21

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