Diner’s Choice: Best Restaurants in Palm Beach County by OpenTable

Ever sit in a restaurant for the first time and love it so much that you’re excited to write a thorough review or give it five stars on Facebook? Well, every time you do that on OpenTable, they’re watching. 

Every month, the online restaurant reservation service analyzes your diner reviews (all 400,000 of them) and sorts the results by category: Best Overall, Best Service, Best Value, Best Food and Best Ambiance

The data is awesome. Because of it, you get to discover new favorites and see where your current favs hold up. 

Got a favorite spot in town? Did it make the latest list? Here’s the top Diner’s Choice Winners in Palm Beach County:

Best Overall + Best Ambiance

Circle Brunch at The Breakers: Our food critic, Liz Balmaseda, calls Circle Brunch “The mother of all traditional brunches.” The tall, embellished ceilings and breathtaking views of the ocean are unfogettable. The Breakers’ Circle Room: 1 S. County Rd., Palm Beach; 561-655-6611

Best Food

Those that find themselves at Joseph’s Wine Bar & Cafe leave raving about the family-style Mediterraniean dishes and large selection of wine.  The spinach pine nut turnovers ($12) are a customer favorite. Joseph's Wine Bar & Cafe: 200 N.E. Second Ave., Delray Beach; 561-272-6100

»Vegan-Approved on mypalmbeachpost.com: Thank the hottest DJ in town, Adam Lipson

Best Service 

At Table 427, good service begins with the coyz eatery’s owner and chef, Roberto Villegas. Just like the DJ at a cookout or family party, Villegas takes requests and even has a “No Menu” menu for customers who want an exclusive, five-course meal he designed on his own. Table 427: 427 Northwood Road, West Palm Beach; 561-506-8211

Other Top Diner’s Choice Winners

»Big on Ambiance? These Florida restaurants made OpenTable’s list of ‘Best Scenic in America’

»Did you know? Circle Brunch was named one of the best brunches in the country this year? Another local spot is on the list

To see all of the results, click here.

Other foodie favorites are often mentioned in At The Table, a weekly newsletter by The Palm Beach Post food critic, Liz Balmeseda. Sign up here.

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