The “Popular Restaurants” resources found here are meant to guide you to large areas of restaurants. Each of the areas featured below has a multitude of restaurants to select from. For individual restaurant advice please contact your SipKlein agent who will be happy to assist you further.

  • Boca Center

    The Boca Center is located on Military Trail just south of Glades in Boca Raton. About 1/2 mile east of the Town center Mall, The Boca Center has shopping and several popular restaurants. Similar to Mizner Park, The Boca Center is an outside development that is well landscaped and inviting to spend your evening.  Keep in mind that parking can get difficult on busy evenings. Additional Resources: Boca Center… Read More

  • Boca Raton Town Center Mall

    The Town Center at Boca Raton is Palm Beach County’s largest indoor mall and has a large selection of fine and casual restaurants. Many of the restaurants are attached to the main shopping center, whereas others are slightly detached or across the street. Notable restaurants include; Pinion Grill, Zinburger Wine & Burger Bar, Capital Grille, Forty Carrots and Grand Lux Café. Additional Resources: Town Center Mall… Read More

  • Glades Plaza & Executive Center Drive

    Glades Plaza and NW Executive Center Drive are located off Glades and Military Trail. The Executive Center Drive is an office development with several back streets leading to fine dining restaurants and class A office buildings. Notable restaurants include; New York Prime, Farmers table, Houston’s, Madisons New York Grill, Seasons 52, Abe & Louie’s and Brewzzi (an eatery and onsite brewery, on the south side of Glades). Additional Resources: Glades Plaza Dining Guide… Read More

  • Mizner Park

    Mizner Park is an outside shopping and dining center in downtown Boca Raton. Mizner Park is one of the best areas to find popular restaurants and enjoy an evening stroll with shopping amenities. Located just east of Federal and 2 blocks north of Palmetto Park Rd, Mizner Park has one of the largest selections of casual and fine dining in Boca. Notable restaurants include; Uncle Julios, Juniors, Villagio, Trulucks & Tanzy. When busy, parking can be a challenge, so you can either valet it from one of the many valets or park in the garage behind the park. Additional Resources: Mizner Park… Read More

  • Royal Palm Place

    The Royal Palm Place shopping center is located a few blocks south of Mizner Park. Part of the original downtown, Royal Palm Place is on federal and south of Palmetto Park rd. Royal Palm Place has casual dining and authentic cafes. Notable restaurants include; Cote de France (a top French café), Chops, Wishing Well Irish Pub & Restaurant Sapori. Additional Resources: Royal Palm Place Dining… Read More

  • Atlantic Avenue

    East Atlantic Avenue in Delray Beach, between Swinton Avenue and the Ocean, is the most happening mile of restaurants in Palm Beach County.  Atlantic Ave has grown to encompass the surrounding streets and revitalized downtown area. Notable restaurants include; 32 East, Caffe Martier, Prime, Vic & Angelo’s, Cut 32, City Oyster & Atlantic Grill. Additional Resources: Downtown Delray Dining… Read More

  • Delray Market

    The Delray Marketplace is a very popular outdoor shopping and dining development in west Delray on Atlantic Avenue and Lyons Rd. At the top of the development is a large Frank Lowes Movie Theatre, Blowing and Restaurant Complex proving entertainment for all ages. The notable restaurants include; Apeiro, Japango, Terra Fiamma & Cabo Flats. Additional Resources:  Delray Marketplace  … Read More

  • Pineapple Grove

    The Pineapple Grove section of downtown Delray Beach is a great place to find local places to eat. Located just off Atlantic Avenue and only a few blocks long, but packed with authentic cafes and amenities. Notable restaurants include; El Camino, The Grove, Banyan Restaurant & Bar, Josephs Wine Bar & Brule Bistro. Additional Resources: Pineapple Grove Downtown Delray Beach… Read More

  • Downtown Palm Beach Restaurants

    The Historic Palm Beach downtown goes from Worth Avenue past the Breakers to a few blocks beyond Royal Poinciana way. Fine dining and casual eats can be found throughout the In-town area, some on main streets, others tucked away in Mediterranean style courtyards. In the south section of downtown notable restaurants include; Café Boulud, Bice, Ta-Boo, Renato’s and Buccan. In the middle of Palm Beach’s downtown is the famous Breakers Resort which is home to several popular restaurants including; The Seafood Bar and The Italian Restaurant.  In the northern section of downtown are a group of popular dining venues including; The Flagler Steakhouse, Chez jean-Pierre Bistro, Echo Palm Beach & Testa’s. Additional Resources:  Worth Avenue Restaurants       … Read More

  • City Place Restaurants

    City Place in West Palm Beach is a newer development that was a huge part of the revitalization of the city of West Palm Beach. City place restaurants are throughout the complex and adjoining streets. Notable restaurants include; Brio Tuscon Grille, Il Bellagio, City Tap House & Ruth Chris Steakhouse. Additional Resources:  City Place West Palm Beach… Read More

  • Downtown Waterfront Restaurants

    West Palm Beach revitalized downtown area is anchored by Clematis St and is conveniently located just across the Royal Park Bridge and a quarter mile up S Olive Ave. The downtown area is vibrant and full of local character and charm. Notable restaurants include; Rocco’s Tacos, Pistache French Bistro, Le Rendez-Vous & Bradley’s Saloon. Additional Resources: West Palm Beach Downtown… Read More