Soup’s on: 5 best soups, stews in Palm Beach County

Oct 26, 2017
A flavorful soup can be served with toasted cheese crisps on top of it or on the side. (Jessica J. Trevino/Detroit Free Press/TNS)

Here are five of our favorites:

French Onion Soup Gratinée At Le Metro, Abacoa

The French onion soup at Le Metro restaurant in downtown Abacoa in Jupiter. (Richard Graulich/ The Palm Beach Post)

As golden-crusted, dense and oozy as an onion soup ought to be, this creature comfort is one of several hot soups offered at the Jupiter bistro. $6.95.

1155 Main Street (Abacoa), Jupiter; 561-429-5464; Le Metro website 

Chili At Dune Dog Café, Jupiter

Hot dogs may be the specialty at Jupiter’s Dune Dog Cafe, but chili is a star on its own here. (Liz Balmaseda/ Palm Beach Post Staff)

You come here for the range of killer dogs, but then you try the chili and it becomes a go-to favorite. Add the works (cheese, onions, scallions) for a quarter. A cup is $3.75, bowl $4.75. A cup, however, will suffice – you’ll need to leave room for a Chicago dog. 

775 N. Alternate A1A, Jupiter; 561-744-6667; Dune Deck website

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Terry’s Soup At the Sunset Bar & Grill

Terry Marince is the soup master (and head chef) at Northwood’s beloved, hot-mango-colored speakeasy. Whether it’s his long-simmered onion soup that’s made with the most flavorful homemade stock in town or his occasional cream of jalapeño soup, know this: It will be a stellar bowl.

His fresh-made soup is $4.50 a cup, $6.50 a bowl, and it’s served at lunch and dinner.

2500 Broadway (at the corner of 24th Street in Northwood), West Palm Beach; 561-832-2722; EatAtSunset.com

Sancocho At El Sabor Latino, Palm Beach Gardens

A Colombian beef rib “sancocho” stew, simmered with corn, potatoes, yuca and green plantain, is served with a plate of white rice, salad and sweet plantains, when ordered as a “completa” at El Sabor Latino in Palm Beach Gardens. (J. Gwendolynne Berry/The Palm Beach Post) Photo: J.Gwendolynne Berry

This Colombian-style soup begins with a deeply flavored bone broth, then adds potatoes, yuca, green plantain, a corn cob wedge, a hunk of tender beef rib and a sprinkling of cilantro. It’s served Tuesdays and Fridays for $4.99 a cup, $7.49 a bowl, and $10.99 as a “completa” (with white rice, salad and sweet plantains).

4391 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 561-202-6948; El Sabor Latino website

Clam Chowder At Spoto’s Oyster Bar

Clam chowder is a hearty affair at Spoto’s Oyster Bar in Palm Beach Gardens. (Palm Beach Post file photo) Photo: Thomas Cordy

The New England Clam Chowder here is rich and filling and utterly delicious. Add any of Spoto’s ample salads and you’ve got a regal meal. Clam chowder costs $6.50 a cup and $7.50 a bowl at lunch ($6.75 a bowl at dinner).

4650 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 561-776-9448; Spoto’s Oyster Bar website