- Liz Balmaseda Palm Beach Post Food Editor
Some of the Palm Beach Outlets best restaurants are either freestanding or located along the plaza anchored by Whole Foods. (That strip is called the Marketplace at the Outlets.) In fact, the supermarket is like a mega-food court in itself. There’s a craft beer bar, where you can pair a local brew with an oozy grilled cheese sandwich. There’s a hot and cold buffet of a variety of prepared foods. There’s even a crepe-making station in the store. And there’s plenty of seating for enjoying your lunch inside or outside.
A couple of doors down, you can design your own pizza at Cucina Pizza by Design, a shop that specializes in individual (but ample) pies topped with your choice of ingredients. The pies are crispy and they hit the spot.
At the main mall itself, you’ll find a small food court and a few stand-alone kiosks.
On the larger mall grounds, shoppers who are ready to take a longer break from shopping will find a few full-service eateries — a Red Robin, a BJ’s Restaurant and Brewhouse, a TooJay’s deli and a First Watch daylight cafe.