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  • 350 S. County Rd. Map It
  • Palm Beach
  • Eclectic
  • Fodor's Choice

Known for

  • Small sharing plates
  • Hot dog panini
  • Short rib empanadas

Published 07/06/2017

Fodor's Review

Young blue bloods rocking D&G jeans slip into tightly packed copper-topped tables alongside groups of silver-haired oil scions with the kitchen in view. It's island casual in its trendiest, most boisterous, yet still refined incarnation, with a regional American menu to match. Chef-owner Clay Conley's small plates to share (wood-fired wild mushroom pizza with black truffle vinaigrette) with unfussy presentations (house-made squid-ink orecchiette stewed with sausage, conch, and chilies in a mini–Le Creuset cocotte) and inventive, sophisticated flavor combinations and textures (hamachi sashimi with yuzu and crisped lotus root—from next door's Imoto, also Conley's, connected via a hallway) make this the place to see and be seen—and the best-tasting meal at a price more expected of the mainland. The chef's sandwich shop, also on the premises just next door, draws beachgoers who want to pack a picnic lunch. Parking is a problem here, so either use the valet or take an Uber or taxi.

Restaurant Information


350 S. County Rd., Palm Beach, Florida, 33480, USA

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Restaurant Details:

  • No lunch

Published 07/06/2017


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