This quarter-mile, palm-tree-lined strip of more than 200 high-end brand shops is like the Rodeo Dr of the east. You can trace its...
Palm Beach Municipal Beach
This is one of Palm Beach's two beautiful public beaches, both of which are kept pleasantly seaweed-free by the town. Metered beachfront...
This swanky fresco-and-leopard-print place attracts a mature crowd and the occasional celeb (neither photos nor autograph hounds are...
Be a member (temporarily at least) of the lunching class at this courtyard trattoria, a favorite for white wine–soaked lunches that...
Lonely Planet review
If you believe the legend, the Bloody Mary was invented here, mixed to soothe the hangover of Woolworth heiress Barbara Hutton. Today the restaurant boasts the most coveted window seats on Worth Ave and competition to get in is as stiff as the heiress' drinks. But get past the intricate woodwork and jungle murals, and you'll enjoy a well-executed American bistro meal.