Living in the Palm Beaches truly is paradise. We have access to so much year-round from ballparks and equestrian events to waterfront dining and miles of beaches, calling Palm Beach County home is a true gift.
No matter your interest West Palm Beach has something in store for you. Enjoy a night out at City Place with its dining and shopping outlets. Check out the new Restoration Hardware for inspiration for that new home or perhaps a refresh on your current home.
If you are looking for an evening of entertainment the Kravis Center for the Performing Arts hosts hundreds of shows a week - everything from Broadway to Ballet and everything in-between, you’re sure to find something to suit your entertainment fancy. Down the street is the newly renovated Norton Museum of Arts with its world-class art exhibitions and events for you to take in a day of art.
Take a stroll down Clematis Street and enjoy the walk along the waterfront in downtown West Palm Beach. Enjoy beautiful intercoastal views with balmy breezes or rent a kayak or jet-ski for a day of fun on the water. Whether you are walking or enjoy watersports, afterward you can grab a bite to eat at one of the numerous spots for lunch or dinner, such as Avocado Grill, Rocco’s Tacos, Field of Greens, or Duffy’s just to name a few.
If you are an art or antique lover, you can spend weekends visiting one of the nearby art districts in West Palm Beach, such as Northwood Road with its quaint shops and restaurants or South of Downtown West Palm Beach is the infamous Antique Row with shops full of treasures and trinkets to fill your home with that special decor or new artwork to complete that one room that's 90% complete.
Living in paradise has its benefits and being so close to arts, entertainment, and so many activities right outside your door is a big one for those of us fortunate enough to call the Palm Beaches home.