The 2018 visitor’s guide to Spring Training in West Palm Beach (for Nats fans)

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Instead of reproducing last year’s local guide of restaurants, hotels, golf courses, sightseeing, etc., for Spring Training in West Palm Beach in its totality, we opted to build on it with a few new flavors in places to eat and visit. Most of last year’s list is still going strong and worth checking out. Rocco’s Tacos seemed to be the winner of the most popular restaurant among fans at the 4 locations in the county.

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A couple of reminders, Spring Training is a busy time of year in Palm Beach County especially now that there are four teams located in the county. Waiting for a table will exist for almost any restaurant — and heavier than normal traffic may not always be fun. Stay patient and allow plenty of time to get to your destination.

Also, when planning your trip remember looking at the game schedule for the “road” games. The Marlins and Cardinals are located in Jupiter, a short ride to the North and the Mets are in Port St. Lucie only 45 minutes north. Tickets to Cardinals games are usually tight as their fan base is long-established and full of fanatics. Cardinals fans always travel well to Spring Training. Marlins games never seem to sell-out against the Nationals.

Jupiter’s Harbourside Place is a great destination for shopping, dining and entertainment. Check out their web site for the events they have scheduled. In the past there has been live music, antique car shows, art shows and a Green and Artisan Market.

Restaurants are listed North to South

Calaveras Cantina, our first new recommendation is a located in Jupiter’s Harbourside Place. Fine Mexican dining. 125 Dockside Cir Jupiter FL 561-320-9661

The Parched Pig is a fun gastro pub. They have great wine selections and craft beer with a limited menu but a great time. 4650 Donald Ross Rd, Jupiter FL 561-360-3063

Sara’s Kitchen is a breakfast and lunch restaurant using fresh and local ingredients.
2000 PGA Blvd Palm Beach Gardens, FL 561-540-2822

Christopher’s Kitchen is a healthy alternative to fast food or chain sit downs offering a plant based menu and smoothies. 4783 PGA Blvd, Palm Beach Gardens, FL 561-318-6191

Chris’ Taverna is a local Greek restaurant that make a gyro worth the visit. There are two locations but the one listed here is near I95 for easy commute from anywhere in Palm Beach County. 4774 S Congress Ave Boynton Beach, FL 561-223-2868

50 Ocean is the renovated upstairs of Boston’s on the Beach in Delray Beach.
50 S Ocean Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 561-278-3364

Dada, an eclectic dining experience that stays open late. Check out their facebook page.
52 N Swinton Ave, Delray Beach, FL 561-330-3232

Deck 84 has a dockside location with space available for those of you dragging your boat down from DC. Fun and entertaining. 840 E Atlantic Blvd, Delray Beach, FL 561-665-8484

Don’t forget to click on the 2017 Guide for many more suggestions as it is an extensive list of restaurants, hotels, golf courses, sightseeing, etc., and Go Nats!

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