For the people who would prefer not to leave the island of Palm Beach there are great spots which are superb!
Neighborhood hangout: Buccan
You always will find an old friend at Buccan or make a new friend very quickly. The vibe is upbeat and energized. Try the have Brussel Sprouts Caesar. Everyone raves about it!
Beloved hole-in-the-wall: Brass Ring Pub
This hole in the wall serves up the very best burger you’ve ever tasted! The salty dive bar, and this is an old Floridian bar and local staple. You see everything in the parking lot, from pickup trucks and motorcycles to Mercedes with Range Rovers!
Clandestine jewel: Blue Provence
Order sandwiches to go, paired with a classic Coca-Cola and set up a picnic on the beach or alongside the bike path.
Interesting tidbits about Palm Beach and Key Historical Dates & Events:
1878: The Providencia wrecks off the coast full of 20,000 coconuts - they were distributed and planted
1893: Henry Flagler, Standard Oil Tycoon, declares Palm Beach a “veritable paradise”
1894: Flagler’s Royal Poinciana Hotel is completed. It is the largest wooden structure in the world.
1896: Flagler’s FEC Railway arrives in Palm Beach.
1896: Flagler opens the Palm Beach Inn which becomes The Breakers in 1901.
1902: Flagler’s winter home “Whitehall” is completed.
1907: Telephone service established with 18 phones.
1911: Palm Beach incorporated as a town.
1911: Original Royal Park Bridge opened.
1925: Palm Beach town Hall opened.
1929: “The Plan of Palm Beach” is sponsored by the Garden Club of Palm Beach.
1930: Addison Mizner’s Memorial Fountain built in town Square.
1938: Original Flagler Memorial Bridge opened.
1959: Second Royal Park Bridge opened.
1961-1963: President Kennedy’s “Winter Whitehouse is his family’s Palm Beach estate.
1971-1977: Earl E.T. Smith, the last United States Ambassador to Cuba, serves as Mayor of Palm Beach.
1995: Mar-a-Lago was transformed into the Mar-a-Lago Club.
2005: Current Royal Park Bridge opened.
2009: Palm Beach town Hall restored.
2010: Worth Avenue restored
2011: Town of Palm Beach celebrated its Centennial Year