These Palm Beach County restaurants made the ‘Top 100 in nation’ list


Three Palm Beach County restaurants have made OpenTable’s Top 100 Hot Spots in America for 2017

To compile the list, OpenTable selects restaurants that not only have great food and drinks, but also have lively bar scenes, live music and a festive vibe.

Here are the ones in West Palm, Palm Beach and Delray that landed on the ‘Top 100 in America’ list:

BUCCAN, Palm Beach

This well-loved Palm Beach eatery serves up favorites from Chef Clay Conley such as his supreme small plates (he’s masterful with raw fish and seafood dishes) and the 14-ounce, wood-grilled prime New York strip steak. It’s great for people-watching too!

Buccan: 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach; 561-833-3450


GRATO, West Palm Beach

Grato, also from renowned James Beard award-nominated Chef Clay Conley, is the hot Italian restaurant located on the new Dixie Dining Corridor. The restaurant features in-house crafted pasta, antipasti, and crostini with other entries including a 16-ounce bone-in New York strip, brick oven roasted fish, and herb marinated half chicken.

Grato: 1901 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach; 561-404-1334


EL CAMINO, Delray Beach

This popular downtown Delray Beach Mexican restaurant offers yummy Mexican soul food and more than 200 types of tequilas. El Camino landed on the list for the second year in a row. Read more about El Camino here.

El Camino: 15 NE 2nd Ave., Delray Beach; 561-865-5350


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