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 new restaurants and attractions in West Palm Beach that are generating a lot of excitement around town.
New West Palm Beach Restaurants
Grandview Public Market | 1401 Clare Avenue, West Palm Beach
Grandview Public Market debuted in Spring of 2018 and has quickly become a popular neighborhood gathering space in the trendy new Warehouse District of West Palm Beach. Located off Parker, just south of downtown, Grandview Public Market might be your new favorite spot to chill with a great line-up of locally owned eateries, shops and entertainment. A few of our favs include…
•Celis – West Palm’s go-to spot for juices, smoothies and everything organic.
•Clare’s Chicken – Fried Chicken, Chicken Sandwiches, Chicken Salad…just really good chicken!
•Crema – If you haven’t tried Thai rolled ice cream, you’re in for a treat! It’s as much fun to eat as it is to watch your dessert be created.
•Poke Lab Eatery – They take Poke to the next level with their Pokerittos! Think poke meets burrito, and they get married.
•Rabbit Coffee Roasting – Cookies & Cream Cold Brew Latte anyone?
•The Corner – A delicious Detroit-style pizza with clever topping combos.
•Zipitios Tacos – grab a taco and a cervaza and relax on the loading dock that’s been transformed into a casual seating area.
Steamhorse Brewing | 1500 Elizabeth Avenue, West Palm Beach
Yes, we told you the Warehouse District is the place to be in WPB, and Steamhorse Brewing gives you another reason to check out this part of town.
Mazies | 3815 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach
The Dixie Dining Corridor is quickly becoming the culinary hot-spot in town, and Mazie’s is another delicious addition. Think neighborhood bistro meets all-day cafe in a wonderful, welcoming space. Added bonus, no need to wait for Sunday brunch, Mazies serves brunch 7 days a week…genius! We absolutely love the Carrot French Toast Sticks made with carrot cake, coconut and pineapple, need we say more?
New West Palm Beach Attractions
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.
It’s a bar, it’s a boat and they’re cruisin’ into West Palm Beach! They provide a blender and cooler with ice, and you bring your own beverages and food. Public and private cruises are available.
Dixie Dining Corridor Food Tour
Get off the tourist track and into historic neighborhoods on our new Dixie Dining Corridor Food Tour!
•Enjoy this tour in the comfort of an air-conditioned Mercedes van
•Explore Grandview Public Market…a feast for your senses
•Savor the best tacos in town made by Food Network’s 2015 & 2016 Cutthroat Kitchen Champion
•Step inside a charming Spanish-style historic inn
•Dine in a restaurant owned by a 4x James Beard nominee
•Taste authentic Cuban food while sipping sangria
•Save room for dessert in a quirky, artsy restaurant that used to be a 1950’s pharmacy
New West Palm Beach Shops
Restoration Hardware | 560 Okeechobee Boulevard, West Palm Beach (in the median across from City Place)
One word…SPECTACULAR! Restoration Hardware’s new West Palm Beach location is one of 10 flagship stores in the country boasting 4 levels of glamorous furnishings, relaxing outdoor gardens and a beautiful rooftop restaurant along with a coffee bar and wine bar. In this era of online shopping, Restoration Hardware has figured out a way to get us back into the store.
Coming Soon to West Palm Beach
The 300 block of Clematis Street is getting a facelift and by November it will feel more like a plaza than a thoroughfare as the city swaps out parking spaces for people space. Expect more outdoor dining, shade trees and much wider sidewalks.
The New Norton Museum of Art | 1451 S. Olive Avenue, West Palm Beach
Scheduled to re-open on February 9 following a 2-year, 100-million dollar expansion, The Norton Museum will be the largest art museum in the state of Florida. Word on the street is to expect a fabulous museum cafe to add to the many dining options along the Dixie Dining Corridor.
Thoroughfare | 314 Clematis Street, West Palm Beach
Retail is making a comeback on Clematis Street thanks to the Thoroughfare where a group of 12 local, creative and unique entrepreneurs will offer a shopping experience. Expect art and apparel, a dog bakery and a flower boutique, a bookstore and yummy eats.
The next time you have company in town, and you have no idea what to do with them, let this buzz-worthy list make you the hostess with the mostess!