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Posted on Feb 13 2014 - 10:44am by Cristyle
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EAT PALM BEACH | EL SABOR I tried El Sabor for the first time for lunch last week. I’ve passed it a million times with HomeGoods and Joseph’s Market right next door but never really gave it much thought. I love Latin food, especially paella and arroz con pollo, so this is a welcomed addition to the rotation. The decor and atmosphere are “okay,”...

Posted on Feb 11 2014 - 4:35pm by Cristyle
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EAT PALM BEACH | THAICOON Thaicoon is an unassuming Thai restaurant located on Northlake Blvd near US1. The decor is simple, but the food is tasty with nice portions. A departure from the usual lunch spots, I visit Thaicoon every few weeks or so to get my Thai fix. On this particular day, my mom and I grabbed a quick lunch between meetings (Thaicoon is one of her...

EAT PALM BEACH | SPOTO’S OYSTER BAR Spoto’s Oyster Bar never disappoints me. With how pleased I leave every time, I really should start going more often. Located in PGA Commons, Spoto’s has a great, lively atmosphere and offers outdoor seating. The decor is perfect for an oyster joint and there is always a crowd at the bar. The back room has a much...

EAT PALM BEACH | PROSECCO CAFE Prosecco Cafe is an upscale, European bistro-style cafe located in PGA Commons. For me, the atmosphere screams “girls’ lunch out.” Like a place you could linger and laugh over wine, which means they’ve kind of nailed it design-wise as that is how I always feel when in Europe and why I always miss that type of...

EAT PALM BEACH | WATERWAY CAFE Waterway Cafe is a waterfront restaurant that sits just South of the PGA Bridge on the Intracoastal. A large restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, Waterway offers a variety of dining options. Both inside and out there are large bars, and outside there are covered dining areas, tiki bars and the Southside Deck. They serve American...

EAT PALM BEACH | LAGOON CANTINA Lagoon Cantina is a casual poolside restaurant serving Caribbean and Mexican bites and Tropical drinks. Located at Marriott Singer Island, I typically order from Cantina when I’m visiting the resort’s SiSpa (highly recommend). The menu is fairly simple with a handful of appetizers like Ceviche Margarita, Quesadillas, and...

EAT PALM BEACH | COOLINARY CAFE Coolinary Cafe is that restaurant heard ’round the county. Bringing a refined edge to American comfort food, Coolinary is a small restaurant serving up big flavor. With classics like Chicken and Waffles and Deviled Eggs it is also a Southerner’s dream. We popped into Coolinary the other night for dinner and took a seat...

EAT PALM BEACH | IBAR iBar takes center stage as you enter PGA National Resort. Around Happy Hour and most evenings, you’ll find a boisterous crowd enjoying cocktails along the bar and at surrounding tables. The atmosphere is lively while the bar works its way organically into the resort’s main lobby. I visited iBar on a busy Friday night. The crowd was...

EAT PALM BEACH | CR CHICKS C.R. Chicks is a local favorite. Opened about two decades ago in PBG, they now have several locations throughout Palm Beach County. The restaurant runs around their rotisserie chicken which you can watch cook over Brazilian Oak logs in the front window. The offerings are simple, but quick, yummy and affordable. The “Smokey”...

EAT PALM BEACH | DUFFY’S SPORTS GRILL Duffy’s is a locally started chain that’s made it’s way around SoFla. The locations I frequent are NPB – PGA Blvd @ US1, Downtown WPB – Clematis Street and (sooometimes) PBG – Northlake Blvd. Duffy’s is the perfect spot to catch a game. Like any game. Or fight. Or whatever. They...