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What to see, do and eat in West Palm Beach 🛍


Living in Boca Raton, we don't just enjoy the luxuries of Mizner Park and A1A. Being centrally located in between Miami and West Palm Beach, we get to enjoy the complete spectrum of the South Florida lifestyle. For a more relaxed day trip, we enjoy visiting our neighbors to the north. 

West Palm Beach has a diverse collection of restaurants, shops and sights, so, we narrowed down our top five in each category.


Where to shop


1) Antique Row Art & Design District

50+ antiques and specialty shops featuring a selection of 17th-20th century antiques.

2) Northwood Village

A hidden gem with a bohemian vibe.

3) Palm Beach Outlets

More than 100 stores, including brand favorites Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH and Brooks Brothers Factory Store.

4) The Gardens Mall

Luxury shopping at its best- 150 stores ranging from Armani Exchange to Zales.

5) Legacy Place

A charming Main Street-like experience


What to see

1) Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society

Lush grounds that are home to over 550 animals.


2) Mounts Botanical Gardens

14 acres of plants from around the globe.

3) Norton Museum of Art

A museum internationally known for its distinguished collection.

4) Clematis Street 

The historical heart of WPB, featuring colorful boutiques, nightclubs, live music, restaurants and historical landmarks.


5) Rosemary Square

Old-world architecture, beautiful fountains and sidewalk cafes.


Where to eat


1) Avocado Grill | 125 Datura St.

Tapas-style small plates & seasonal faire.

2) Dr. Limon Ceviche Bar | 533 Clematis St.

South Florida's largest ceviche selection.

3) RH Rooftop Restaurant | 560 Okeechobee Blvd

Elegant, rooftop restaurant on the top floor of the Restoration Hardware store.

4) Pistache French Bistro | 101 N. Clematis St.

A downtown dining staple.

5) Queen of Sheeba | 716 N. Sapodilla Ave.

True Ethiopian cuisine, as you've never tried it before.