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  • Part of The Breakers’ restaurant properties, this venue opened in 2020 and is an elegant addition to The Island. Try the pigs in a pretzel dough blanket, beer can corn, the lobster roll, butter crumb Dover sole and chicken pot pie. All comfort food with a Palm Beach twist, and it’s all delicious.

  • With rustic features like butcher-block tables and comfy padded leather booths, Houston’s has successfully created a “nonchain” feel, although there are more than 40 nationwide.

  • Traditional French. Elegance, civility and very good food meet here in for dinners that last at

  • Traditional American. A busy dining scene for more than 20 years, you will find a lot

  • Japanese. Lots of small plates for sharing means you’re bound to win at the table

  • La Ferme

    Classic style and classically oriented French cuisine come together at this elegant yet comfortable restaurant

  • La Nouvelle Maison

    Elegant, sophisticated French cuisine, white-glove service and a trio of (differently) stylish dining rooms make

  • This is a well-edited version of a traditional Italian menu, complete with homemade pastas. Try the signature whole yellowtail snapper encrusted in sea salt, deboned tableside. Shrimp diavolo is perfectly scrumptious.

  • Modern American. You should come for both the sunset and the food. This oceanfront restaurant

  • This eclectic menu has French, Moroccan and Indian influences. Michelin-trained chef/owner Andy Trousdale prepares everything to order. We love beef Wellington (for two) and the yummy napoleon.

  • Italian. This jumping joint serves terrific Neapolitan pizza (thin crust), but don’t miss the other entrées.

  • American. This location is something of a Bermuda Triangle for restaurants, with at least four restaurants

  • At James Beard award-winning chef Michael Schwartz’s unpretentious restaurant, you’ll get plenty of genuine satisfaction from genuinely delicious food, exactingly prepared and simply presented. Wood-roasted double yolk farm

  • New American cuisine. Check the website at noon each day, because the entire menu changes

  • A Tomasz Rut mural dominates the main dining room, and there is also a pasticceria and bar for gelato and espresso. Chef Angelo Romano offers a modern Italian menu. The Mediterranean sea bass branzino is definitely a must-try

  • When Pascal Oudin ran the kitchen at the Grand Bay Grand Café, his tropical take on French cuisine earned him national acclaim. Now, he offers a more streamlined but still contemporary, French menu. We definitely suggest the sea

  • Prime is aptly named for its heart of the action location, classy neo-supper club decor, extensive wine list and roster of designer steaks. Starters and desserts fare better than entrées, especially plump, crabby Maryland-style crab cakes

  • Gary Rack, who also has scored with his spot in Mizner Park, certainly seems to have the restaurant Midas touch, as evidenced by this updated throwback to classic fish houses. Design, ambience and service hit all the right notes.

  • This most romantic hideaway is buzzing in season and quietly charming all year long with Italian classics and a Floridian twist—like the sautéed black grouper in a fresh tomato and pernod broth with fennel and black olives and the

  • Modern American. All the pieces needed to create a top-notch restaurant are here: talented chef, great