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Ironwood Grille
400 Avenue of Champions , Palm Beach Gardens , FL 33418
(561) 627-4852 | www.ironwoodgrille.com/
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Type of Food Served: American, Steakhouse | Price: $$$$


Ironwood Grille, the new restaurant within the PGA National Resort and Spa and is a contemporary American grille. The menu features certified-Angus beef dishes that are designed around organic ingredients from local purveyors. The décor is very inviting and the service is excellent. Food quality is on par with the price point. The restaurant is open to the public.

Open for Dinner on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday

Disclaimer:  All information submitted is unbiased.  The Best Palm Beach Restaurants site administrator Jason Bloom has professional associations with PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens.  

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Reviewed by Brett Dikon    July 03, 2011

Great Food!

Ironwoood Grille has many good points a few bad. The food is spectacular, the service beyond expectations, and the atmosphere is very fitting for a steakhouse. The restaurant is located in the PGA National Resort so it is a little tricky trying to locate it for the first time. I was always under the impression that the impression that the restaurants were members only but Ironwood is open to the anyone to dine. The price is very high for the economic times but in retrospect it was worth it as the food, service, and ambiance were all excellent. Hints for the next visitor is to valet your car as it is free with a validated ticket from the hostess. The wine list was extensive and the staff was well informed. I would go back to visit but not too often as it is more of a special vist due to the price point. PGA has done itself proud with this restaurant and the bar is a great place to hang and socialize.

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Reviewed by Mandy    July 03, 2011

The food is spectacular and the service is above and beyond

This place is amazing. The food is spectacular and the service is above and beyond. It is a quiet cozy restaurant that is secluded from the hustle bustle of the PGA lobby. It is very close to the IBar so afer dinner it is a few feet away to have some additional drinks. I love this place!

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