Top 5 Nightlife Spots in Palm Beach

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Time for you to let lose and drink a Dark and Stormy while the sun goes down?  Check out Haute Living’s top 5 Nightlife spots in Palm Beach.

1 Cha Cha's

The newly opened Cha Cha’s on Worth Ave. features a Spanish menu with dishes from Latin America, the Caribbean and Spain.  When one talks about tequila and going out in the same sentence its safe to assume it was a wild night.  Cha Cha’s guarantees an amazing night as it features a tequila bar and an extensive Happy Hour special drink list.  This festive Latin American bar will have the crowds doing the Cha Cha slide well into the night.

150 Worth Ave.

Palm Beach, Fla 33480

(561) 833-8800

2 Cucina

Celebrities such as Rod Stewart and tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams are known to haunt this Italian restaurant when the sun comes down.  The menu is surprisingly cheap for Palm Beach and the aura is very laid back.  But don’t forget to get down with your funky self.  The restaurant has shiny chandeliers and a disco ball for those with the Saturday night fever.

257 Royal Poinciana Way

Palm Beach, Fla 3340

(561) 655-0770

3 E.R. Bradley's Saloon

E.R. Bradley’s Saloon, an open-air restaurant along the intercostal waterway is a reasonably priced lunch hangout by day.  But at night, the restaurant turns into a party spot full of dancing and strong drinks.  The late night snacks are key for those who need to recharge and keep on going.  The saloon also features a tasty brunch for those mornings when the hangover is almost too much to handle.

104 S. Clematis St.

West Palm Beach, Fla 33401

(561) 833-3520

4 Nick and Johnnie's

Perfect for the night cat looking to party in Palm Beach, Nick and Johnny’s has a laid back surfer vibe with live music and wild parties all year round.  Events such as Havana Nights and Oktoberfest will make you want to come back again and again.  Along with a world class menu including dishes such as Ahi Tuna Steak and Linguini and Mussels, the bar also stirs up signature cocktails like the must try Sake Caipiroska.

207 Royal Poinciana Way

Palm Beach, Fla 33480
(561) 655-3319

5 Michael R. McCarty’s

This British Colonial restaurant has been a Palm Beach institution since 2002.  It has quickly become a go to place for the nightlife crowd who come here to drink cocktails and catch up with friends.  The outdoor terrace with cushioned chairs and white drapes is perfect for those tropical nights when you want to soak up the moonlight and good times.  Take a walk inside and instantly you’ll notice the pink lit bar and sitting room, which provides the perfect backdrop for any night.

50 Coconanut Row

Palm Beach, Fla 33480

(561) 659 1899

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