West Palm Beach's Rhythm Cafe is a true one-of-a-kind and anything but Palm Beach formal (think: decor like a feathered pink flamingo perched on terrazzo floors). Fun, funky, cheesy, campy, and cool all at once, the former 1950's drugstore-cum-restaurant on West Palm Beach's Antique Row features an ever-changing creative menu of house-made items with Italian, Greek, American, and Creole influences. Favorites include "tapas-tizers" like the lemon-doused saganaki
(flaming cheese) and the goat cheese pie; and main courses like the graham cracker-crusted chicken in key lime sauce and fresh fish of the day prepared six totally different ways. The dessert menu features a variety of homemade ice creams.