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The History of Clematis Street & West Palm Beach Henry Flagler A history of the Clematis Street District or of West Palm Beach cannot be told without mentioning the name of Henry Flagler. Anyone who has been in Florida for even a short amount of...more
All reviews thursday night great street restaurants and bars bar hopping sand sculptures green market tacos farmers market younger crowd pizza girls happening place free trolley people watching night life live music free concerts christmas tree
My partner and I stumbled upon this place while on a road trip. Looked to be lively in the afternoon, stayed a little away from it in hotel and Uber in early evening, it had quietened down by then. Nice bars restaurants and shops. Great...More
Great place to visit especially on the free entertainment nights held every week. It's a little short on seating around the park. Bring your own chair and come early as parking is scarce close by. But all in all It's a good place for an...More
Now that the construction is finished and the street is now exclusively a pedestrian causeway, the entire feel of the place is different. People seem to stroll relaxedly, and children play with joy and abandon.
Enjoy lunch, dinner, and shopping downtown!
We went to the Dr Limón Ceviche restaurant and the food was delicious, fresh and big quantities! It is very lovely decorated, the staff like Veronica was very helpful and kind, efficient and happy! Even the virgin mojitos where exceptional! We really loved the food,...More
I love Clematis St. and downtown West Palm Beach. The city is nice and clean and Clematis Street always provides a lot of options of things to do. There are great restaurants, theater, the fountains, and at Christmas time there are beautiful light displays and...More