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Breakfast near City Place - WPB?

gblcsw Jan 19, 2010 02:04 PM

We'll be going to the art fair this coming weekend at City Place and are looking for a good place to have breakfast. We may bring our dog, so outdoor recommendations are especially appreciated!

  1. l
    lichint Jan 20, 2010 01:26 PM

    I recommend:

    Paris Bakery & Cafe ( Great eggs and crepes)
    212 South Olive Avenue
    West Palm Beach, FL 33401
    (561) 820-9281

    Saturday Only - West Palm Beach Farmers Market
    Off Banyan - close to the intercoastal

    Makeb's Bagels
    401 S. Olive Avenue
    West Palm Beach, FL 33401

    Palm Beach:


    Riviera Beach

    Tiki Waterfront Sea Grill
    200 E. 13th St., Riviera Beach, FL 33404
    Inside Riviera Beach Marina

    1. m
      miaedu Jan 19, 2010 04:09 PM

      which art fair is it. Art Palm Beach was last weekend?

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      1. re: miaedu
        freakerdude Jan 19, 2010 05:16 PM

        It is this one.....


      2. d
        DiFlorida Jan 19, 2010 04:00 PM

        These restaurants have some outdoor tables and serve breakfast. You will have to call them to see if they are dog friendly.
        Dolce de Palma (1000 Okeechobee Road, West Palm Beach; 561-833-6460, dolcedepalma.com) http://www.dolcedepalma.com/

        The rustic and virtually on-the-tracks eatery near the Kravis Center is a find for those who do stumble on it. It opened quietly before season last year to a slow start, but word of mouth put it on the radar for a full-blown opening in the fall.

        Chef Rene Michelena, a Charlie Trotter and Sign of the Dove alumnus, turns out "world cuisine" from the tiny kitchen for a menu that changes daily (phone in to get the day's specials).
        "We do cook with organics, but more than that, we're farm-to-table, so everything's as fresh as possible and seasonal," says Jessica Bailey, managing partner with Anthony de Palma.

        The atmosphere is chic and casual, yet sophisticated, with floor-to-ceiling drapes and banquettes and a few—very few—tables. An outdoor patio eases some crowding, but this is a reservations-required restaurant for size alone.

        The other restaurant is:

        Eggsotic Bistro (2400 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; 561-478-3117) Breakfast is always a great place to start—and this little charmer is waking up the area with not-so-typical morning meals and lunches. Leonardo and Luis Espin, partners and owners, turn out crêpes, omelets and Panini as well as unique lunch specials such as a grilled salmon croque monsieur in the tucked-away spot.

        It occupies a former drive-through cleaners building—expect a small dining area with counter seating and tables. But diners are instantly removed from the bustling boulevard outside once indoors—the sleek warm modern décor with contemporary art on the walls has a somewhat calming effect.

        A variety of eggs Benedict, omelets and French toast are offered, along with the signature crêpes turned out by chef Leonard—former executive chef of Breakers West Country Club. In season, the daily special reflects what's fresh in the markets, the chef says. A coffee bar satisfies those who are just in for a cup of joe—it's also top quality - and the entire menu is available for take-out.
        (Note: A second location that will offer dinner was still in the planning stages at press time.)

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        1. re: DiFlorida
          gblcsw Jan 19, 2010 07:39 PM

          Thanks, DiFlorida, for including the reviews! They both sound great.

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