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HMF at The Breakers
The Breakers’ founding father, Henry Morrison Flagler, is the namesake of this lounge, and rightly so. This glamorous retreat is an ode to the posh style and unapologetic decadence of golden era Palm Beach. With classic cocktails, an award-winning wine list and scrumptious dishes, HMF offers the best social drinking and eating experience in the area. The modern menu juxtaposed with the glittering, old Hollywood-esque lounge creates a unique, luxurious atmosphere. It is truly the place to go for drinks in Palm Beach.
1 S County Rd, Palm Beach, FL 33480

 

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Eau Palm Beach Resort
Located in the former Ritz Carlton Palm Beach, Eau has planted their flag and completely redone the hotel and spa to represent the best of what the new Palm Beach has to offer: exclusivity, style and a taste for the best. Eau Resort caters to a seasoned traveler’s every need with luxuriously appointed suites, club Level access and Eau Spa, which is one of the best in the state. Here, guests are encouraged to slip on a robe, take a glass of champagne and be spoiled rotten at the luxe spa playground.
100 S Ocean Blvd, Manalapan, FL 33462

 

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Island Company
Stepping into Island Company’s new flagship store on tony Worth Avenue is like teleporting to the Caribbean. Sandy décor, a laid-back attitude and an in-store bar that serves up premium rum punches from open to close sets the tone for shopping their timeless linen pieces. Owner and Creative Director Spencer Antle started the company in South Beach 8 years ago and now the Palm Beach-based company has island fashion in every good hotel boutique across the globe. Shop Island Company’s breezy clothing accessories and beauty products at the source.  Another boon? While the rest of Worth Avenue goes to sleep at 6pm, they keep the party going until 10pm.
256 Worth Ave, Palm Beach, FL 33480

 

Babalu

Babalú
Worth Avenue has a colorful new South Beach import called Babalú.  Expanding on the successful 1111 Lincoln boutique and Raleigh Pop-up shops, Babalú is sure to be a hit in the north. The colorful new Palm Beach store offers whimsical luxury items and gifts from designers all around the world handpicked by owners Greg Melvin and Paolo Ambu. In other words, the ladies who lunch have a great new place to pick up totally unique hostess gifts and have a little fun doing it. Like Island Company, this happening shop doesn’t go to bed early.
21 Via Mizner, Worth Avenue, Palm Beach, FL 33480

 

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Būccan
būccan’s signature small plate, big flavor creations are served in a warm and welcoming space in the heart of Palm Beach. Guests will indulge in Chef Clay Conley’s inventive, progressive American cuisine, which fuses New England comforts with Asian, Mediterranean and Latin American influences, as they cozy up with a signature cocktail in front of the wood-burning live kitchen action.
350 S County Rd, S County Rd Palm Beach, FL 33480

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