Palm Beach Social City Guide

If you’ve ever wanted to live in a Slim Aarons photograph or a Lilly Pulitzer ad, look no further. Presenting, for all your cold-weather needs: Our local-centric guide to Palm Beach.

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For the Top Chef Fiend: Regional Kitchen & Public House

The chef-owner at Regional Kitchen + Public House rose to culinary fame on Bravo’s ninth season of Top Chef.

 

For Great People-Watching: Coolinary Café

The chef-owner of Jupiter’s Coolinary Cafe boasts a packed restaurant every night, but  nonetheless changes his specials twice daily.

 

For the Celeb Chef Afficionado: Buccan

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Chef-owner at Grato, Buccan and Imoto in West Palm Beach and Palm Beach. A Todd English protégé, he served as the celebrity chef’s director of culinary operations for the Olives Group overseeing 17 restaurants, including the opening of Olives in Tokyo, a lengthy stint that lasted 8 years. A two-time James beard nominees, Conley has racked up numerous nods from the culinary elite.

 

For the Would-Be Bartender: Virginia Philip Wine Spirits & Academy

The Master Sommelier behind Virginia Philip Wine Spirits & Academy is only the 11th woman in the world to earn the accreditation.

 

For the Very Discerning Eater: Basque

  • Liz Balmaseda
  • Palm Beach, FL
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Designated eater and editor of Palm Beach Post.

 

For the Fitness Buff: Hilton West Palm Beach

  • John Parkinson
  • Palm Beach, FL
  • 115 followers
The award-winning hotelier was appointed GM of Hilton West Palm Beach in 2015, where he’s implemented a community-driven fitness event “District Fit,” with weekly wellness classes on the hotel lawn.

 

For the Exhausted Mom: PGA National Resort & Spa

Briana, who founded Palm Beach’s restaurant month in 2007, created Palm Beach Moms as a co-op for moms in the area to share their favorite places, experiences, and activities.

 

For the Italian in All of Us: Lynora’s

From restaurant reviews and recommendations, to interviews with local culinary talent and weekend getaway hot spots, Cristyle’s “Eat Palm Beach” is the ultimate passport to the local food scene.