Travel Guide: West Palm Beach, Palm Beach, and Jupiter
PGA National area
Lunch at Rocco's Tacos
West Palm Beach
Lunch at Guanabana's
The Seafood Bar
Dinner at Buccan
Lunch at Food Shack
Entrance to The Breakers
Welcome to the last of my Florida series! Nick and I were there around 4th of July...then the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale happened and I got behind on my travle posts. This post is going to be an overview of our entire trip, so if you are heading there soon or just want travel inspo, this one is for you!Want to read my other posts on Palm Beach? Check them out below!
Anyway, back to our trip! We stayed in PGA National, which is more like West Palm Beach. I know when some people go they like to stay in actual Palm Beach, but I liked staying outside of the island, because it forced me to explore the entire area! Here's my guide of what we did / must sees and eats, by geographic location! I made notes next to some where I wanted to elaborate.
Worth Avenue- has the prettiest streets and the best shopping...or should I say window shopping? (hah!) There are lots of high end stores here and of course the first Lilly Pulitzer store - C.Orrico.
The Breaker's - Y'all saw my post on The Breaker's here. Enough said. A MUST see.
The Seafood Bar - This is one of the restaurants in The Breakers. All of them are awesome, but this one stands out because the bar is a fish tank PLUS you have an ocean-front view.
HMF - The main cocktail bar at The Breakers, but it is so much more! I loved their drinks and their overall ambiance.
Buccan - This is my favorite restaurant in Palm Beach. A MUST for any foodie. Read my post on Buccan Palm Beach here.
WEST PALM BEACH:
Rocco's Tacos - You can't take the Texas out of the girl. DON'T get the "salsa" - it's not what you get in Texas. There's nothing wrong with it - it's just very tomato-y and not very Tex-Mex.
Subculture Coffee - There's a shortage of craft coffee in Florida...like none. This was the closest we could find to a decent brew.
Lemoncello - Sounds weird because it is Italian, but the chicken is AMAZING.
Salute Market and Wine Bar
The I Bar at PGA National Resort - This is more-so that you can say you were there. The pool is really cool.
Rita's Ice - So yummy and refreshing in the Florida heat. The mango is my favorite.
Clematis Street - This is a cool little street to walk down. There are lots of different bars, restaurants, and shops to explore. If you follow it all the way down, it leads you to the water, which provides great sights as well.
Utiki - The most fun little tiki bar!
Jupiter Inlet Paddle Boarding
Jupiter Beach - This is the beach we went to! It was beautiful, but the sand was H O T.
Jupiter Beach Resort
Foodshack Little Moir's Cafe - Looks like nothing, but the food is AMAZING. And budget friendly I might. Just go! They also have a restaurant called Leftovers which is similar.
Guanabana's - Loved sitting by the water in the shade...the food and drink were good too! The overall ambiance was super fun.
The Dive Bar
NORTH PALM BEACH:
Mcarthur Park Beach - We almost went here, but went to Jupiter beach instead!
Buddha Sky Bar
What is your favorite thing to do in the Palm Beach / West Palm Beach area? We will be back and I'd love to check out your faves!
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