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Palm Beach County has some of the nation’s best outdoor dining. Whether you are looking for a beautiful ocean view or enjoying a drink in the middle of the street life or immersed in a tropical forest; with a variety of food choices and a great scenery there is something for everyone to sit back, relax and enjoy the view. 

Here is a list of some of the best dockside and outdoor dining in the area:

E.R. Bradley’s Saloon: located in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach, features outdoor dining, cocktails, and a delicious Sunday brunch that makes this a hot spot on Clematis Street.

Calaveras Cantina: an authentic Mexican restaurant with outdoor seating featuring delicious foods and hand-crafted cocktails.

Dive Bar Restaurant: features a giant

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One of the great things about having so many Northern transplants in South Florida is that with them comes great food. Namely, Italian food. Here’s our guide to great Italian restaurants in Palm Beach County.

Zuccarelli’s

Zuccarelli’s is a delicious, cozy Northern Italian bistro popular for its down-home cooking & pet-friendly patio. It’s moderately priced and has great seafood options as well as all the classics like chicken/veal parmesan/ francese/piccata/etc.

Renato’s

A Palm Beach favorite, Renato’s is nestled in breathtaking architecture, with an intimate dining room that enchants with warm woods and fabric covered walls. Culinary delights from the classics to the eclectic are complemented with an extensive wine list, and the bar is

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Locanta Local Eatery in central West Palm Beach is a Mediterranean restaurant serving world-class Turkish fusion fare from a small strip plaza venue. The little eatery has 5 stars on Google, TripAdvisor, Yelp and Facebook for their authentic flavorful food and speedy and friendly service.

The master chef behind Locanta is Turkish Chef Alper Songul, who formerly worked at Agora Mediterranean Kitchen in Northwood Village. His menu consists of special plates, healthy foods, sandwiches and wraps, salads, rice bowls and soup. Many options happen to be vegan and vegetarian and everything on the menu is of light, feel-good sustenance.

Locanta's take on Mediterranean food is reminiscent of coastal Turkey, but you'll find flare on many dishes like Greek

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Palm Beach County has hundreds of dining options and dozens of steakhouses. Here are a few of our favorites.

Meat Market 

The Meat Market was opened by a hard-working chef, Sean Brasel, in Miami where it gained extreme popularity causing him to open another location in Palm Beach. The Meat Market on the wealthy island is an excellent addition to the local high-class restaurant scene with supreme cuts of beef and a sophisticated, sexy ambiance. On the menu there's a selection of reserve cuts like 7-oz Kobe Filet Mignon, 30-oz Kobe Beef Tomahawk Rib-eye and 32-oz Center-cut Dry-aged Porterhouse ($90). If you're indecisive, the Gourmet Meat Sampler ($49) is a good option- it comes with a combination of small cuts of Kobe filet cooked with a crisp,

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The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society is hosting their reoccurring summer event on Saturday, July 27th. The event is Roar and Pour: Play it Again and will feature a Luke Bryan Tribute Band.

During the event, the entire Zoo will be open later for you to explore after hours. The Summer Grill opens at 5 pm with burgers and hotdogs, there will also be a Tiki Bar and a tribute band starting at 6: 30 pm.

Those who attend are welcomed to bring their own chairs and blankets to sit back and enjoy the food and music. Guests can leave their blankets and chairs near the foundation if they wish to explore the zoo after hours.

Tickets are required for the event and the rates begin at 4:30 pm. Non-member adult is $16.95, non-member child is $11.95 and Zoo

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Gather your friends and head to the South Florida Fair Grounds for the Palm Beach Summer Beer Fest this Saturday, July 20th. Here you’ll find artisanal and craft beers all day long.

This year, they have carefully put together a mix of local and national breweries for the event. At the event there will be more than just beer. A lineup of Food Trucks, Spirit and Wine tastings, a gaming room, Craft Donut tastings, ice cream tasting, and live music and entertainment.

There is a variety of ticket options for you to choose from. General Admission tickets are $45 dollars and include a customized mug with unlimited sampling, an Advance VIP Admission which is $75 dollars and includes early admission, food vouchers, VIP gifts and much more. There is also a $10

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Forget drive-thru chain restaurants and opt for a freshly brewed cup of coffee in a cozy setting at one of these seven favorite spots in Palm Beach County:

Johan's Joe

Feel like a royal at this classy Swedish coffee shop in downtown West Palm Beach. The coffee is always hot, it's served in a fancy ceramic mug, and you get to sit in a plush purple chair where you'll be able to get nice and comfortable and relaxed.

401 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach.

Columbian Coffee House

This coffee house in Delray keeps their coffee authentic by purchasing from small-batch farms in southern Colombia. They also offer a Columbian breakfast menu including organic, scrambled, Colombian-styled eggs, arepas, pan de bono, avocado toast, empanadas, pastries

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Worth Avenue, the iconic Palm Beach street is known for its upscale shopping and premier dining and restaurants. The famous avenue stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Intracoastal waterways.

Palm trees line the avenue where dozens of high-end shops and restaurants are located. The buildings and architecture are a Spanish influence design, designed by Addison Mizner in the 1920’s. Located off the main avenue are Vias, Courtyards, and Esplanades that feature little shops, boutiques and cafes.

Many compare Worth Avenue in Palm Beach to New York’s Fifth Avenue or Beverly Hill’s Rodeo Drive and is considered one of the most beautiful shopping destinations in the country. Some of the well-known shops and restaurants that line the avenue are Chanel, Ta-Boo,

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Delray is known for its awesome restaurant and entertainment scene, and the good news is you don't have to wait until evening to enjoy it. There are a number of great spots open for breakfast and lunch; here are a choice of 3 with beautiful Atlantic views:

Latitudes

Latitudes is a stylish beachfront restaurant at the Delray Sands Resort. It was voted the "Best Resort Restaurant" in 2016 by the Palm Beach Post, validating that it serves up some of the best cuisine in the county. If you've never been, the award-winning Champagne Sunday Brunch is a great time to try Latitudes. It's complete with an artistic display of pastries, all your breakfast favorites, a fresh seafood raw bar, chef-hosted cooking stations, and of course, flowing champagne on a

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Here are four authentic Mediterranean restaurants in Boca Raton and Delray Beach that you might enjoy.

Boca

Olive Pit Athenian Grille

Olive Pit is a kosher spot using imported ingredients from Greece and serving only imported Greek wine and beer. The Olive Pit gets its name because the restaurant uses olive pit briquettes for grilling. Olive pit briquettes are popular in Greece and Europe because they produce smoke-free, chemical-free heat. Try Greek specialties, favorites, and desserts at this new 84-seat eatery located in the Shoppes at Village Pointe. 

6006 S.W. 18th St.; 561-409-2049.

Prezzo

Prezzo was recently re-opened by Boca Raton's "Big Three," award-winning chef Mark Militello, chef Burt Rapoport and chef Dennis Max. The

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