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What better way to chill with Vanilla Ice than over a rumrunner at one of Palm Beach County's best waterfront spots

On Monday, Apr. 24 at 10:00 p.m., the season premiere of Booze Traveler: Best Bars will air on The Travel Channel. The show follows cocktail connoisseur, Jack Maxwell's quest for the best bars and drinks around the country. 

First stop? Lantana. Home to one of Maxwell’s favorite dockside bars: Old Key Lime House. He and Vanilla Ice get tipsy on potent rumrunners before Maxwell is off to California in episode two. 

If you haven’t been to the Old Key Lime House, let this show be your inspiration. It is definitely worth it. Locals love it, and why wouldn’t they? It pegs itself as “the oldest waterfront restaurant in Florida.”

The Old Key Lime House is the perfect cocktails and chill spot — no Netflix needed because you’ve got the water and a perfectly faux version of Key West. Go. Immediately.


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