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  1. breakersbrunchBrunch @ The Breakers – Palm Beach, Florida. 1 S. County Road Palm Beach, Florida 561-655-6611  AAA FIVE DIAMOND – Each and every Sunday morning, they transform The Circle into a spectacular brunch experience. It’s an elaborate, not-to-be-missed event, sought out by seasoned travelers and Palm Beach locals alike. Begin with favorites like Belgian waffles, eggs benedict, made-to-order omelets and fresh fruit, then explore our more eclectic offerings, such as imported cheeses and pâtés, pastas, fresh fish, baby lamb chops and carved beef tenderloin, as well as a raw bar boasting Alaskan king crab legs, sushi, domestic caviar and more. Last but certainly not least: more than 30 decadent desserts. “Sunday best,” indeed.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
  2. Benny's On the Beach Lake Worth Pier Florida

    Benny’s On the Beach Lake Worth Pier Florida

    Benny’s on the Beach, Florida 10 South Ocean Blvd. Palm Beach, Fl. 561-582-9001 SEE MENU     With our smack-dab-on-the-beach location, Benny’s will soothe your soul. We are located on the Lake Worth Pier. Benny’s on the Beach is a hidden gem! The food and cocktails are always delicious and portions very generous. Our management and staff strive for 100% satisfaction to you, our customer. Benny’s is a favorite with the locals & tourists alike, so come on in and let us make Benny’s your favorite as well! Since 1986, Benny’s on the Beach has been a landmark on Ocean Avenue at the pier in Lake Worth. The newly-opened Lake Worth Pier lures fishing enthusiasts as it is one of the longest piers on Florida’s Atlantic coast. Year after year, locals and tourists know where to head to find one of the best breakfasts in town, great big sandwiches, fresh seafood, and a view that can’t be beat!!                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
  3. johngsJohn G’s – 264 South Ocean Blvd., Manalapan, Florida 561-585-9860 SEE MENU 

    In 1972 while visiting friends in Palm Beach County, John Giragos saw a for lease sign that caught his eye on the Ocean View Restaurant in Lake Worth, Florida. He came back to Florida the following year, signed the lease in December 1973, unplugged the jukebox and opened for business. He later changed the name of Ocean View to John G’s, a name reconized by generations of oceanside diners who line up outside the door waiting to taste the simple but well presented food. Among the offerings is our #1 Cinnamon Nut French Toast, Hawaiian omelets , salads and our Famous Fish and Chips! Sons Jay and Keith and daughter Wendy have worked here since they were teenagers and have since taken ownership of the restaurant after their father retired. John passed away in 2010 before we moved to our new location, just two miles south from our original location that we were at for 38 years. John had a way of connecting to his customers. On Sundays, with long lines waiting to get in for breakfast, he would go out with chocolate covered fruit; a tradition that still stands today!

                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

  4. testasTesta’s – Palm Beach, 221 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach, Florida 561-832-0992 SEE  MENU   There are few restaurants in America that have the rich history that Testa’s Restaurants do. Testa’s opened its doors in 1921, and has continued to pass on the personal service, customer satisfaction, and attention to well-prepared meals that Michael Testa, Sr., began. With two family-owned restaurants, one in Palm Beach, Florida, and one in Bar Harbor, Maine, “pines in the summer and palms in the winter” has become a way of life for both the family and their employees. The menus have very distinct regional offerings in Florida and Maine, but share the Testa goal to provide a satisfying and memorable dining experience.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
  5. citydinerCity Diner – 3400 S. Dixie Highway West Palm Beach, Florida 561-659-6776 SEE MENU

    Welcome to City Diner. City Diner is a family owned and operated business serving West Palm Beach since 1982. It is acclaimed by its patrons as not only excelling in quality food service, but also but by providing an atmosphere of warmth and congeniality that has no equal.
    We feel that the comfort and satisfaction of our customers is our # 1 priority! We truly believe that the most important person coming through our door is you – our valued customer. Our entire staff is dedicated to your comfort and satisfaction and we extend our thanks and appreciation for your patronage. The Management and Staff

                                                                                                                                                                                                        

  6. dunedeckDune Deck – Palm Beach, Florida 100 North Ocean Blvd., South Palm Beach, Florida 561-582-0472 SEE MENU Enjoy the cool breeze in a casual tropical setting. The DUNE DECK CAFÉ offers a treasure chest of delicious dining combined with Florida’s best scenery.

    One cannot help but be absorbed in the mise-en-scene palm fronds swaying, sea grapes, multi-colored flowers, and broad sweep of sand and surf of the Atlantic Ocean with it’s balmy breezes that invite you to escape to the Caribbean, the French Riviera or the Greek Isles.                                         

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       

  7. colonybreakfastThe Colony – Palm Beach, Florida 155 Hammon Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida 561-655-5430            SEE MENU

    Since 1947 The Colony has been at the center of Palm Beach social life hosting U.S. Presidents, European Royalty and American “Snowbirds” down for the winter season and all manner of discriminating travelers from around the world. Its location is ideal; adjacent to world famous Worth Avenue in the center of the town and a football field length from Palm Beach’s best beach. A true “boutique” hotel, small in size with a distinct personality, The Colony exudes charm and a truly friendly feeling. Some guests stay for weeks, even months. Many life long friendships have begun at our pool and lively conversation is a constant during cocktail-hour at the famous Polo bar or the relaxed and airy Palm Court.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

  8. caffelunarosaCaffe Luna Rosa – Delray Beach, Florida 34 South Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach, Florida 561-274-9404 SEE MENU

    Welcome to Caffe Luna Rosa…the best in Fine Italian Dining on the Ocean ! Winners of both the Inaugural 2014 as well as 2015 Restaurant of the Year Award by the Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce, Caffe Luna Rosa is located directly across from the ocean in Delray Beach, Fl.   Caffe Luna Rosa offers a memorable and authentic Italian dining experience in a casual atmosphere. The restaurant is designed on two levels with alfresco seating and an elevated open-air dining room highlighted by granite, authentic artwork and magnificent woodwork. Perfect for congenial conversation and people-watching along the shoreline during the day.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                             

  9. nicks50sdinerNick’s 50’s Diner – West Palm Beach, Florida 1900 Okeechobee Blvd., WPB, Florida 561-471-3155 SEE MENU 

    Nick’ 50’s Diner has been serving West Palm Beach, Florida for over twenty five years now, and enjoys a loyal following from our community. We have been featured in the local newspapers and television. And have acquired some notoriety, of a good kind, we like to think. We even have had the privilege of being patronized by celebrities, professional athletes and a governor or two of the State of Florida. Well, enough of blowing our own horn! What we are really proud of is offering a good meal at an affordable price and courteous friendly service, after all isn’t that what really counts? Of course you have heard it before “Our food is home made.” We like to live up to that slogan by truly serving freshly prepared meals. For example: We roast our own turkeys and roast beef and make our own gravies too.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

  10. howleysHowley’s – West Palm Beach, Florida 4700 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, Florida 561-833-5691 SEE MENU 

    In 2004 The Subculture group brought back this historic diner built in 1950.  Restoring the key elements like the terrazzo floors and tin ceilings was key in turning back the time while modernizing the menu bringing local and organic ingredients to an old historic greasy spoon diner. The people: There’s no blase hipster attitude among the rolled jeans-tatted-mustachioed but busy staff, which manages to be welcoming and cheery.of the original 1950 building, married to an addition that looks like a vintage Florida Room. A 2004 retro-chic renovation by restaurateur rRodney Mayo saved the best of the original diner (terrazzo floors, open grill, Formica-topped tables) with modern updates (local art work, red bar stools.) The food:  Comfort food bliss, with pot pies, short ribs, liver & onions, fried chicken with mashed potatoes.  Top it off with Mom’s apple pie, a berry cobbler or a slice of BananaBanana cream. The history:  It’s served generations of West Palm Beachers since Patrick Howley opened his doors in 1950.  Political schmoozing at Howley’s has a long tradition, from local city commission candidates to state and national office seekers including Charlie Crist, John McCain  and George W. Bush. The slogan:  “Cooked in Sight…Must Be Right.”

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