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EAT PALM BEACH | PARK AVE BBQ Park Ave BBQ has been a part of my lunch and dinner rotation at home and the office for years (NPB and PB Lakes locations). It’s casual, with legit portions and a good value. The decor is goofy, for lack of a better term, with decorations ranging from bedazzled”Eat Hearty” signs (Ed Hardy-style) to camo S.P.O.T. gear,...

EAT PALM BEACH | ALAINA’S BAKE SHOPPE I’ve had Alaina’s cupcakes many (maybe too many) times. She is a family favorite for birthday cakes, baby shower mini cupcakes, open house cookies, you name it. Whatever the occasion, we seem to find an excuse to need her baked goodies. However, since opening, Alaina has taken off as a go-to for lunch and savory...

EAT PALM BEACH | YARD HOUSE Yard House is a national chain of restaurants with dozens and dozens of beers on tap. The Chalkboard Series is a constantly changing rotation of beers, both local and from all over. The menu is vast and the atmosphere is lively. The Downtown at the Gardens location has a large bar centering the dining room with flat screens and tap after...

EAT PALM BEACH | PARIS IN TOWN Paris in Town is just as the name would suggest. Hidden in an unassuming strip on US1, Paris in Town is the perfect escape into a French cafe (and I always choose the US1 original over the newer Downtown at the Gardens location.) This is my favorite go-to for Sunday breakfast, or Petit Dejeuner, with my mom. At least once a month I...

EAT PALM BEACH | BRULE BISTRO & WINE HOUSE Brule Bistro is located just off Atlantic Ave in downtown Delray. It is fairly unassuming as you walk in, but the menu shows the creativity and passion behind their Modern French and American Fusion. The atmosphere is sexy with rows of wine up the walls and dim lighting. Definitely a great spot for a date, but also...

EAT PALM BEACH | SALTWATER BREWERY Saltwater Brewery is open for business – and it is everything we wanted it to be and more! It didn’t take too long circling the parking lot to realize that Saltwater is already not hurting for business (not to mention that they’ve been open for less than a week and have 3,500+ likes on Facebook.) The place was...