It's closed. Don't go there. I drove by yesterday, the parking lot is kind of over grown. I don't even think the building is there any more. I'm sure they are going to build a nice condo complex on the water. Try a new place,...More
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As of this date the old building has been demolished and the property is fenced vacant land. There has been talk of it being redeveloped but perhaps not as a restaurant.
Food is ok. Chicken and fried fish is abundant. But the atmosphere is pretty, right on the water. It seems more like a chain restaurant. But if you like fish and chips, this place is for you!
Sorry to report that Panama Hattie's has succumb to land development here in Palm Beach County. It no longer exists.
I love the food, the music on Weds. nights by the bones. And they have music every night I do believe, But I only go on Weds. I love the place.
Panama Hattie's is no longer, with the restaurant bought and bulldozed to make room for property development. Another vestige and reminder of old Florida has disappeared to be replaced by the tony restaurants and residences that are everywhere and could be anywhere. Sad, but they...More
This restaurant closed a few months ago. Plans for a whole new development complex are still being worked out between the owners and Palm Beach Gardens. Not sure when it will even break ground.
We know this chain because we often visit one in St. Augustine when on vacation. THIS LOCATION IN NORTH PALM HAS CLOSED and is boarded up...looks awful and nobody has even cleaned up the lot.