5 Romantic Resort Restaurants in Palm Beach County

By: Kara Franker


Palm Beach is a luxurious destination where tourists and locals alike expect perfection in both ingredients and presentation.

Here are recommendations for a few romantic restaurants at resorts that will satisfy your every craving.

1. Catch of the Day:

Temple Orange at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa

Offering magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean, Temple Orange offers an extensive Friday night buffet dinner with made-to-order fresh seafood entrees. Choose a table outside near a glowing fire pit, for a relaxed and casual setting.

Drink: Fresh red sangria

Eat: the fresh catch of the day and sample a little bit of everything from the buffet

Temple Orange

2. Best Views in Town:

Blue at Boca Raton Resort & Club

Peer out of the floor-to-ceiling windows at The Blue and take in the panoramic bird’s eye vantage point of the Intracoastal waterway and Atlantic Ocean below. Perched atop the 27th floor of the historic hotel, the view is a showstopper. And so is the food.

Drink: El Rey Cabernet Sauvignon from the Robledo Family Winery

Eat: Porterhouse for two, mussels a la plancha and fried green tomatoes


3. Cocktail Culture:

HMF at The Breakers

Named after Henry Morrison Flagler, the founder of The Breakers and the father of Florida tourism, the HMF menu offers an impressive selection of delicious small plates and handcrafted cocktails. The vibe is lively, high-style and ultra glamourous -- a scene to see and be seen.

Drink: Chanel #6 - champagne, vodka, Chambord and pineapple juice

Eat: Small Plates - such as robata grilled artichokes, churrasco steak chimichurri and from the “food truck” selection “So Cal Fish Tacos”


4. Enchanted Garden:

Café Bouloud at The Brazilian Court Hotel & Beach Club

The French-American menu is thoughtfully conceived and brilliantly executed by executive Chef Jim Leiken, who trained at Daniel Boulud’s Manhattan restaurants. The enchanting, tropical garden setting beckons a romantic dinner for two.

Drink: White Cosmo - Stolichnaya vodka, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, white cranberry juice, lime juice and an orchid ice ball

Eat: Duo of Beef - roasted prime NY strip and red-wine braised short rib with carrot mouseline, pommes lyonnaise


5. Oceanfront Setting:

Graze at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach

Enjoy European inspired lunch and dinner menus with a local twist by Chef Darryl Mioles and Chef d’ Cuisine Jason Van Bomel. The vibe is relaxed and friendly, plus you have the option to dine al fresco in an idyllic coastal setting.

Drink: Pompelmo - gin, fresh squeezed grapefruit juice, basil and lime

Eat: Pulled Roast Chicken Salad - arugula, watercress, Bleu Sunshine blue cheese, grapes, walnuts and sherry vinaigrette

Graze at Four Seasons

If You Go: Visit palmbeachfl.com for help planning your vacation to Palm Beach and Boca Raton.

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