Food + Drink


Get a taste of the best dining in Palm Beach with this Treasure Coast Taste article from the latest edition of Coastal Drive Magazine.

Article by: Cristyle Egitto


319 Belvedere Road #2, West Palm Beach, FL 33405

Designed to reflect guests entering their home for the evening, Kitchen is the product of husband and wife team, Chef Matthew and Aliza Byrne. The duo will celebrate a decade of their flagship West Palm Beach location this October, with their newest location in Alton creating a buzz in North County. The menu is diverse with classics like Chef Matthew’s favorite, Chicken Schnitzel, and an array of perfectly prepared seafood dishes ranging from grilled branzino to a sautéed daily catch and “everything bagel” seasoned salmon. Do not leave without trying a slice of their locally famous multi-layer coconut cake. 

Favorites: Ahi Mango Avocado, Crispy Eggplant, Kitchen Burger


2000 PGA Blvd, Suite 3110, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33408

On their second generation of restaurant owners, the Ghini family is rooted in hospitality. This is evident as Victor floats through the dining room of Limoncello, greeting his guests of years. Friends and family break bread over courses of salads, pasta, secondis, and dessert while the wine and conversation flows. The bar team knows their regulars by name, while they invite guests to join as they wait for their tables, shaking up libations and good times. The white linen dining room provides a level of sophistication paired with a warm Italian welcome. Some of their dishes, along with a more global menu, can be found just down the street at their sister restaurant, Barcello.    

Favorites: Tagliatelle Bolognese, Vitello Parmigiana, Lemon Sorbetto

A South Florida native, I was born in Miami and raised in Palm Beach. I attended the University of Florida for a few years before moving to Charlotte, NC. During this time, the county boomed with new developments popping up. When I returned, I began @EatPalmBeach as a way to rediscover my hometown while supporting local businesses. People gather around food and beverage, so the dining scene was the perfect introduction to new communities, restaurants, and talent. The culinary offerings have exploded over the past decade, and I hope you enjoyed some of my “must-sees” when crossing the county line.

-Cristyle Egitto


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