Restaurants Convenient to the Palm Beach International Boat Show
HMY Yacht Sales is looking forward to welcoming the world-renowned yachting event back to Flagler Drive in just a few days. If you are planning a visit to the Palm Beach International Boat Show at the end of this month, make sure the first stop on your schedule is HMY’s display of new and pre-owned boats and yachts for sale. We will be located on Ramp 3 – just look for the unmistakable teal flags. Once you’ve perused our display, take some time to contemplate that perfect yacht for you at one of the many fantastic restaurants open for business in downtown West Palm Beach.
Hullabaloo Craft brews, picturesque cocktails, and incredible food—what more could you need? Hullabaloo is a 1,700-square-foot space where they whip up five-star cuisine and various concoctions like Biggie Smalls and Fats Domino. Walking in, you will be met with a gastropub vibe which they describe as “New York City loft meets Little Italy.” Their expansive bar is to the right of the restaurant, and outback there is intimate patio seating as well as an airstream that can be reserved for large parties! Our team highly recommends the John Lennon, as well as the Fire Roasted Brussel Sprouts. Catch their happy hour every day between 4 pm and 7 pm. View their menu here.
E.R. Bradley’s Saloon A true staple to the restaurant scene in West Palm Beach and the Palm Beach International Boat Show—E.R. Bradley’s Saloon is a well-known, highly-regarded restaurant right on the Palm Beach waterfront. During the Palm Beach Boat Show, E.R. Bradley’s will be in the center of excitement since it is VERY close to the main gate. This locale is a pillar in the community and serves as a landmark as much as it serves food. Speaking of their food, their menu will offer something even to the pickiest of eaters and you might even be able to catch a great band while you enjoy your meal. Whether you are coming or going, you can stop for a bite to eat right here in the city’s backyard. View their menu here.
The aesthetics of this venue fit the Palm Beach scenery perfectly. The Flagler Steakhouse is within The Breakers, a luxury resort founded in 1896 by Henry M. Flagler. This restaurant is one of the few within the resort, but it is the only steakhouse on the property. Cultivated art, large chandeliers, wood furnishings, and gorgeous beamed ceilings will surround you will you peruse the menu. There is also a terrace with seating designed to be enjoyed year-round that offers charming views of the golf course and Palm Beach skyline. The Flagler Steakhouse has USDA prime cuts complemented with savory sides, or you can find lighter fare here as well such as fresh fish and various salads. View their menu here.
Lynora's From a small Italian island known as Ponza, comes the Abbenante’s who immigrated in 1974 and have been selling authentic Italian pizza by the slice in Lake Worth, Florida since. Lynora’s rapidly climbed to the top recommendations in the area for Italian food and is a popular spot for brunch on the weekends. The West Palm Beach location, on the east end of Clematis Street, is a lively scene with contagious energy. Check out their weekly specials, and of course, their happy hour which is every day from 3 pm – 6 pm. If you enjoy potato pasta, our team would highly recommend their gnocchi with their house-made pesto sauce. Their authentic meatballs are also great and pair well with any of their pasta dishes! View their menu here.
Get your steps in as you walk from the boat show to this location in City Place—City Cellar. This American scratch kitchen bar is a loved destination in the city and offers their guests fantastic food and stellar service. Their menu features daily specials that use seasonal and locally sourced ingredients. Our team would recommend their Shrimp Risotto on the dinner menu! View their menu here.
Pistache Pistache will give you a taste of France right here in the heart of West Palm Beach. This French bistro tucked away on the east end of Clematis Street was awarded “Best Brunch” and “Power Lunch” by the Palm Beach Post! The menu here is loaded with delicious options for brunch, lunch, dinner, and dessert. Be sure to stop in for their daily happy hour from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm. View their menu here.
‘Location, location, location!’ is a popular phrase in real estate and it applies to this fine dining experience on the roof of the Ben Autograph Hotel. Spruzzo offers a stellar view of the Palm Beach Intracoastal and during the boat show, you’ll be able to get a birds-eye view of every yacht and boat in the show. This is the ONLY rooftop and waterfront dining experience available in the city. The locale is a popular spot for happy hour as the sun sets over the city, but they also offer a fine menu of Mediterranean cuisine as well as a raw bar. Beyond the bar, right in the middle of Spruzzo, you will find an incredibly inviting pool so don’t forget your swimsuit! View their menu here.