This Old Florida landmark, which has been in business since 1941, with peach stucco walls, green shutters, and funky jungle accents, attracts Worth Avenue shoppers looking for a two-hour lunch or weekend brunch, and a dinner crowd ranging from tuxed and sequined theatergoers to polo-shirted vacationers. Filet of sea bass with ginger-soy glaze, snow peas, and jasmine rice; and a char-broiled pork chop with crispy artichoke hearts are popular entrees from a changing menu. Don't miss the signature Ta-boo Lust, a coconut cream pie with a walnut cookie crust. The Palm Beach martini is the drink to order—with passionfruit and peach nectar, and of course, Champagne. Drop in late at night in-season when the music is playing, and you'll probably spot a celebrity or two (usually The Donald or Rod Stewart).