West Palm Beach Restaurants
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City Cellar Wine & Bar - City Place
700 South Rosemary Avenue , West Palm Beach , FL 33401
(561) 366-0071 | bigtimerestaurants.com
Directions | City Cellar Wine & Bar - City Place Menu


Type of Food Served: Mediterranean, Pizza, Sandwiches, Seafood, Steaks, European, American, American Contemporary, Burgers, ... | Price: $$$

The City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill is located at City Place in downtown West Palm Beach. The wine list is very extenstive and the bar is almost always jumping. As seen by the types of cuisine the menu is extenstve. The food and service is very good and it is a reasonable price for City Place. it is a good restaurant for a special occasion or just because you are out on the town.

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

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E.R. Bradleys Saloon
104 South Clematis Street (City Place) West Palm Beach , FL 33401
(561) 833-3520 | erbradleys.com
Directions | E.R. Bradleys Saloon Menu


Type of Food Served: Seafood, American, Bar Food | Price: $$$

Located on the Intracoastal waterway, E.R. Bradley's offers you delicious meals, beautiful views and balmy breezes with reasonable prices. Whether a romantic dinner for two or an office party of friends, E.R. Bradley's is sure to make your experience one to remember

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

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Gulfstream Bistro & Seafood MarketGulfstream Bistro & Seafood Market
3815 S. Dixie Highway , West Palm Beach , FL 33405
(561) 366-1346 | www.gulfstreambistro.com/
Directions | Gulfstream Bistro & Seafood Market Menu


Type of Food Served: Fresh Seafood Restaurant & Market | Price: $$$



We are the finest seafood market in West Palm Beach. Our level of quality and low prices will keep you coming back for more. Our expert “fish mongers” can cut & clean seafood to your liking. Just let them know. We can special order many seafood items. Please call and see if that personal favorite is available. Weekly specials, both in the restaurant and market. Seafood delivery available, call for details.

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

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Leila Restaurant
120 South Dixie Highway , West Palm Beach , FL 33401
(561) 659-7373 | leilawpb.com
Directions | Leila Restaurant Menu


Type of Food Served: Middle Eastern | Price: $$$$

A cosmopolitan Middle Eastern grille. Offering guests a casual, contemporary atmosphere in which to enjoy delicious regional dishes, along with a wide selection of familiar mezze items, like hummus, falafel, and tabouleh salad, Leila is a celebration of the healthful and nutritional benefits of authentic Mediterranean cuisine

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

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Morton's Steakhouse
777 South Flagler Drive (City Place) , West Palm Beach , FL 33401
(561) 835-9664 | mortons.com
Directions | Morton's Steakhouse Menu


Type of Food Served: Steak | Price: $$$$

Morton's Steakhouse is an upscale steakhouse themed restaurant. The menu is a pretty basic steakhouse menu but the food is well made and the service is very good

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

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O'Sheas Irish Pub
531 Clematis Street (City Place) , West Palm Beach, , FL 33401
(561) 833-3865 | osheaspub.com
Directions | O'Sheas Irish Pub Menu


Type of Food Served: Irish, American | Price: $$$

O'Sheas Irish Pub Restaurant has a menu featuring many of the Irish favorites but also offers a selection of more traditional casual American food. Live music and outdoor seating is available on the patio

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

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Okeechobee Steakhouse
2854 Okeechobee Boulevard , West Palm Beach , FL 33409
(561) 683-5151 | okeesteakhouse.com
Directions | Okeechobee Steakhouse Menu


Type of Food Served: Steakhouse | Price: $$$

A tradition in Palm Beach dining since 1947, Okeechobee Steakhouse serves arguably the best steaks in the county. Offering lunch, sunset, and full dinner menus, it is a must for any steak lover. Reservations are recommended as the restaurant fills up quickly for dinner, especially on weekends.

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

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Raindancer Steak House
2300 Palm Beach Lakes Boulevard , West Palm Beach , FL 33409
(561) 684-2810 | raindancersteakhouse.com
Directions | Raindancer Steak House Menu


Type of Food Served: Steakhouse, Seafood | Price: $$$

Established in 1975, Raindancer Steakhouse is renowned for our Steaks, Seafood and Fine Wines. Casual Atmosphere. Intimate Evenings.The Best Steakhouse on the "Block" for over 35 years!

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

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Sushi Jo - West Palm Beach
319 Belvedere Road, #112 , West Palm Beach , FL 33405
(561) 868-7893 | sushijo.com
Directions | Sushi Jo - West Palm Beach Menu


Type of Food Served: Sushi Bar | Price: $$$

Sushi Jo's serves freshly prepared sushi dishes with a tropical twist. The atmosphere is large and inviting and the service is friendly. The overall experience was very good but the price is a bit high. Food quality was very good and the fish seemed fresh and tasty.

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

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Taverna Opa
700 S. Rosemary Ave. (City Place) , West Palm Beach , FL 33401
(561) 820-1317 | tavernaoparestaurant.com
Directions | Taverna Opa Menu


Type of Food Served: Authentic Greek and Mediterranean | Price: $$$

Located in the heart of CityPlace, West Palm Beach, this fun-filled Mediterranean hot spot has now opened its doors! Since its launch, Taverna Opa has quickly become the premiere restaurant of choice throughout Florida, bringing you the ultimate entertainment dining experience. With other locations in South Beach, Hollywood, Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando, the design of Taverna Opa Palm Beach is entirely new- giving it a fresh, upscale design, decor and menu. The soothing Mediterranean blues against the white-hot decor with touches of imported dark architectural wood adds warmth and elegance. You will feel as if you have just stepped onto the Greek Isles. The open kitchen and wood fire grill adds an intimacy, while choosing from the extensive, fresh, and authentic Greek menu. A unique escape from the ordinary dining experience awaits you, followed by dancing on the tables amongst our bellydancers!

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

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reveiws a history of West Palm Beach.

When Henry Morrison Flagler first came here in 1893, he called the Lake Worthregion "a veritable paradise" and decided upon a dual plan for the area. He would turn Palm Beach into a resort and he would build a commercial city across the lake for his workers. That "worker city" would become beautiful West Palm Beach.

Flagler had his city laid out in November 1893, naming the streets for native plants. Running east and west were Althea, Banyan, Clematis, Datura, Evernia and Fern streets. North-South avenues were Lantana, Myrtle, Narcissus, Olive, Poinsettia (now Dixie Highway), Rosemary, Sapodilla and Tamarind. On Nov. 5, 1894, by a vote of 77 to 1, residents of the little town decided to incorporate the city of West Palm Beach. It soon became a bustling frontier town with storefronts along Clematis and Narcissus streets, and saloons lining Banyan Street. Banyan Street became as wild and well-known as any raucous town in the Wild West. It was so notorious that famed anti-alcohol crusader Carry Nation visited in 1904, wielding her Bible.

From 1920 to 1927, the city's population quadrupled, and everything grew including the schools, the farming and sugar businesses in the Glades, the hotels and theaters. A 1925 New York Times article noted that "Ten minutes to half an hour in any spot in the state would convince the most skeptical eyes and ears that something is taking place in Florida to which the history of developments, booms, inrushes, speculation, investments, yields no parallel." Unfortunately, tthe meteoric rise brought a terrible fall. Nervous speculators, in a bit of self-fulfilling prophecy, began to take the money and run. Then came the killer hurricanes of 1926 and 1928. From 1929 to 1930, the Depression dropped West Palm Beach's total property value by more than half. By 1935 property value was down to a little more than its pre-boom 1920 value.West Palm Beach would come back, but it took a world war to do it.

Strengthened by military dollars during World War II and an influx of veterans moving south after 1945, West Palm Beach exploded into a new era of progress. The city's total property value rose from a rock-bottom $18 million in 1935 to $72 million in 1949 and continued to surge year by year until it was $147.5 million by 1962 - an 800% increase in less than 30 years. The West Palm Beach metropolitan area was the fourth fastest growing area in the United States between 1950 and 1960. Development spread west past Military Trail and south to Lake ClarkeShores. Ads in the Palm Beach Post touted "new prestige neighborhoods" of concrete block homes in "suburban community villages." What could be finer than a three-bedroom, swimming pool home with central air - for just $14,950? The first TV station WIRK (Channel 21) came to town in 1953, and channels 5 and 12 followed a few years later.

On October 29, 1966, the main terminal at Palm Beach International Airport inWest Palm Beach was dedicated (today over six million passengers a year pass through PBIA). Between 1990 and 2000, the population of West Palm Beach grew 22.8%. There are now over 100,000 permanent residents making West Palm Beach the largest community in Palm Beach County as well as the seat of its county government, judicial complex and boasting a newly renovated, vibrant downtown business district. West Palm Beach continues to grow into the 21st Century. 

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