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EAT PALM BEACH | BEER TRADE CO. I’ve been wanting to try out Beer Trade Co for a while and finally made it happen! Honestly, considering how excited I was to check this place out, I had no clue how it worked – and was pleasantly surprised when I saw the setup. First off, they have a great loungey patio area out front with tables and sectionals creating...

EAT PALM BEACH | GREASE We visited Grease for lunch during World Cup. I have been to Grease a few times for the bar scene, but finally gave the food a try this time around. I really like the ambience of Grease. The high ceilings give an openness and the long bar long the right side and high tops make it feel casual. Something about the atmosphere and the people...

EAT PALM BEACH | BAROLO RISTORANTE We visited Barolo Ristorante in Crystal Tree Plaza for dinner and I have to say I’m so excited to have a new Italian go-to in the area. The decor is really clean and modern with white linen tabletops and a climate-controlled wine room taking center stage. The owner is a big art lover so there are paintings throughout the...

EAT PALM BEACH | CITY CELLAR I visited City Cellar for lunch and had totally forgotten how good this place is! The atmosphere, outdoor seating, bar, food, everything. First off, I love the look and feel of City Cellar. It’s open with high ceilings, but still intimate at your table with dark colors grounding the space. It has a great vibe for any occasion –...

photo credit: Bricktop’s EAT PALM BEACH | BRICKTOP’S We visited Bricktop’s for dinner for our wedding anniversary last night. We used to love their Charlotte location for date nights so it felt like a nice throwback to when we first got engaged and married. I really like the atmosphere of this location. The dining room is modern but elegant and the...

EAT PALM BEACH | THE COOPER The Cooper is the newest member of the PGA Commons family! I visited them on their opening night to see what all the buzz is about. I was excited to hear of a farm to table type concept in the Gardens area and was happy to see that they proudly display the names of some of the local farms and artisans that they work with in their kitchen...

EAT PALM BEACH | VIC AND ANGELO’S I visited Vic and Angelo’s in Delray Beach for a media lunch this week. I have to say this location feels totally different than their PBG sister restaurant. The outdoor seating allows for some serious people watching along Atlantic Ave and the bar area takes the front stage of the restaurant with open windows and doors...

EAT PALM BEACH | VIC AND ANGELO’S I visited Vic and Angelo’s in PGA Commons for Brunch on Sunday. I have been before for lunch and dinner but didn’t even realize they served Breakfast / Brunch on the weekend. Not to mention, they offer $14 bottomless Mimosas or Bloody Marys – yes please! I love this location because it has great outdoor seating...

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EAT PALM BEACH | THE OFFICE I visited The Office in Delray Beach for a media lunch this week and was reminded why I always say “I love that place” whenever I’m in the area. A modern American gastropub, the decor has an upscale retro feel with old school media and books on the walls, cowhide-backed chairs, PO box wall inserts.. Think: Eating lunch...

EAT PALM BEACH | BREWZZI I typically visit Brewzzi for lunch because I love sitting in the outdoor bar area when it’s nice out. I like their house “German-style” beers and they have a pretty big menu to choose from so I find myself here about once a month or so. It’s also a nice spot for Happy Hour (starts at 3) with drink specials and a few...