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Dine out in Palm Beach

24 Jul 2012 10:50 AM
Dine out in Palm Beach

Regardless of what you are in the mood for, Palm Beach restaurants can offer up a delectable selection of high-quality meals. From French to Japanese and Brazilian to American, the dining venues are as varied as your taste buds in order to excite the palate of those with distinguished tastes.

Here are three luxury eateries in Palm Beach:

1. Imoto. Opened by famed chef Clay Conley, winner of the James Beard Awards’ Southern chef category, Imoto is a luxury eatery specializing in sushi and small dishes. According to Conde Nast Traveler, the Peking duck tacos with plum sauce and sesame carrots and the tuna and foie gras slider with mango salsa are two premier dishes to try. The fusion of Japanese and Asian cuisine makes this an establishment worth trying. The restaurant is located at 350 South County Road, but if you’re not feeling up to venturing out of your house, the venue introduced a new delivery service to Palm Beach homes on July 23, 2012.

2. The Breakers. This venue combines stunning views with high-quality dishes. The Top of the Point is a penthouse level restaurant that features panoramic views of Palm Beach and the Atlantic Ocean. The menu is constantly evolving to provide guests with the distinctive, unique taste of the various American regions with the chef’s own personal twist. The establishment is located at 777 South Flagler Drive.

3. Café Boulud. Found in the heart of the historic Brazilian Court Hotel and Beach Club, this fine-dining venue has become one of the area's greatest restaurants. Guests covet a reservation to Cafe Boulud, to have an opportunity to try the ricotta agnolotti with summer corn, smoked mozzarella and tomato confit or the dry aged ribeye with petite Caesar salad, pommes pont-neuf and porcini butter. A terrace and private dining rooms are both available upon request.