Palm Beach is known for fab dining spots—luxury five-star experiences that have stood the test of time and have won the hearts of all. A sense of home and tradition comes to mind with the holidays, as it also does with these five restaurants. Celebrate fall at a familiar table and enjoy.
Bistro Chez Jean-Pierre
This family-owned and -run northern French bistro has regulars—those who stop in on weeknights just to chat with the family, the chef and the sommelier. The Leverrier family takes care of their guests. Start out with a warm yucca-crusted goat cheese, that will warm you from the inside; then opt for the roasted rack of Australian lamb with a side of seasonal fall vegetables—perfect for the season. 132 N. County Road, 561.833.1171
Palm Beach Grill
Try the French dip au jus at the establishment so classic to the island it claims Palm Beach in it’s name. Having served Palm Beachers for nearly 20 years, executive chef Andrew Schor knows how to construct a dish. Here, thinly sliced prime rib is served drenched and delectable with french fries. Can’t go wrong with a classic dish! 340 Royal Poinciana Way, 561.835.1077
Famed and storied bistro Ta-boo has filled its seats with patrons by the likes of figureheads, actresses, adventurers—and even presidents—throughout its history, with each tale greater than the next. Come spend your Thanksgiving feast at one of the most iconic names in Palm Beach’s repertoire. Start with the butternut squash soup, followed by traditional roast turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes and turkey giblet gravy, and finish with pumpkin pie! 221 Worth Ave., 561.835.3500
Dubbed “Palm Beach’s most coveted dining destinations,” this French-American resto in The Brazilian Court Hotel has won hearts with the parallels of Parisian cuisine with a touch of South Florida flavor. This fall, expect new dishes like curried squash soup with lime yogurt, apple and cilantro; as well as a spiced glazed duck with wheat berry and plum cherry. 301 Australian Ave., 561.655.6060
At Sant Ambroeus, opt for the new beef roulade osso buco: braised short ribs osso buco served with Yukon gold creamy mashed potatoes and a red wine sauce. The Italian resto in sunny Florida perfectly melds old-world Milan into its meals, each featuring the fresh catch of the coastline. Don’t miss the ahi tuna tartare with dressing made of orange zest and soy sauce, served with avocado mousse. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, 561.285.7990