Taking a trip to West Palm Beach? You’ll be amazed at the sunny skies, history, and beautiful scenery of this city.
West Palm Beach has so much to offer and has neighboring cities, Jupiter and Juno Beach that offer even more.
Whether you’re spending a week or just a quick weekend here, you’ll love the vibes it gives.

What to Do:

Clemantis Street
The liveliest street in West Palm Beach! Strolling down Clemantis Street, you’ll find tons of bars, restaurants, and shops. They have live bands playing every Thursday in Flagler Park, which is where Clemantis ends. Stop in for an ice cream at Sloans, tacos at Roccos, or a huge slice of NY style pizza at Pizza Girls. Snap a picture with Einstein at Clemantis & Rosemary Street

Worth Ave.
The fanciest street in West Palm Beach! Think Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. If this street is good for anything, it’s people watching…and spending all your money.

Northwood Village
The up and coming neighborhood filled with neat restaurants (Grilled Cheese Factory) and shops. Go for lunch or dinner and take a quick stroll afterwards to explore.

Loggerhead Marina (Juno Beach)
Go, learn, and even participate in sea life conservation. During the months of June & July they offer guided turtle walks to see nesting turtle close up!

Jupiter Island Lighthouse
Provides amazing views once you climb the 130+ steps up this 1860 lighthouse! Explore the land and hear about the great history at this Florida gem.

Baseball Spring Training
The Palm Beaches is the spring training location for the Houston Astros, Washington Nationals, Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals during the months of February and March.


What to Eat:

Avocado Grill
Their menu revolves around avocado and seafood!

E.R. Bradley’s Saloon
Fun outdoor seating at the end of the West Palm Beach strip where you can experience the street life, listen to good music, and have some cold drinks. Their menu offers a little of everything for everyone.


Sloan’s Ice Cream
Satisfy your sweet tooth with all the candy and ice cream you could dream of! The shop is decorated entirely in sweets and pink!

Paris Bakery & Cafe
A place you want to be for a French inspired breakfast. Think crepes and croissants with a cup of your morning coffee.

Grilled Cheese Gallery
Such a fun small food joint offering AMAZING grilled Mac-n-cheese sandwiches and Instagram-worthy desserts.


Relish & More
Not your traditional burger joint. Worth the trip!

Aioli
Fresh salads and sandwiches and a cute but small breakfast menu. Reminds me of a mom-and-pop panera bread! Same with the fresh baked good, but different with it’s own unique vibe.

Subculture Coffee
I love a good coffee shop, and this is one!


Where to Stay:

Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island
We couldn’t have been happier with our stay at this Marriott on Singer Island. The beach was beautiful and the 1-bedroom condo we rented was where family vacations should always be! (Why can’t all hotel rooms come with kitchens, washers, and dryers?!) There were daily and hourly activities by the kid’s pool, including a slide we couldn’t keep the kids off of, hair braiding, candy creations, and much more. They have a Kid’s Club to visit for arts and crafts to get out of the sun for a bit. If you don’t have the entire family with you, there is an adult pool, fire pits to sit around at night with your honey and a glass of wine, and a luxury spa.¬†

The Breakers
The resort you think about when you hear West Palm Beach! This historical resort offers so much for couples and families; pools, restaurants, and activities for kids of all ages.

Eau Palm Beach
Known for their luxurious spa, but also offers play for the kids with their Aquanots Kid’s program and Rockstar Teen Program.