Discover Shopping in the Palm Beaches
Discover Shopping in the Palm
Whether searching for the latest trends or looking for the perfect antique, The Palm Beaches' are your South Florida shopping mecca. There are 24 designated shopping areas within The Palm Beaches to experience throughout your stay. While shopping among the many designer boutiques and trusted brand names, discover cool cafés, charming restaurants, colorful nightlife and so much more. Below you will find brief descriptions of each shopping district, listed under the city they are located within, that can be found throughout the destination:
Palm Beach Gardens
Five distinct shopping districts loaded with dining and entertainment options makes a trip to Palm Beach Gardens the perfect way to style the day.
The Gardens Mall
The Gardens Mall is a 1.4-million-square-foot, shopping destination of unparalleled distinction. Featured in the dramatic architectural setting of two-story skylights, fountains and sculptured artwork are the anchor stores of Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Bloomingdales, Macy's and Sears. A unique blend of 160 world-class retail brands and sought-after retailers create the perfect setting for the ultrachic jetsetter, busy parent, the junior crowd and the affluent shopper. Amenities include valet parking, concierge service, onsite post office, salon services, currency exchange, and an array of restaurants and dining options.
Downtown at the Gardens
An active, pedestrian-only atmosphere with sidewalk charm, Downtown at the Gardens is considered a one-stop destination for dining, entertainment and shopping. It features a carousel, concerts and special events. Unique boutiques, retailers, restaurants, a movie theater, and a Whole Foods Market all come together at Downtown at the Gardens.
PGA Commons features five unique restaurants along with sophisticated shops, galleries and salons. The eclectic mix of merchants delights shoppers and visitors. Stroll and shop in an architectural setting reminiscent of a European village, with outdoor artwork, iron staircases,
fountains, flowers, and cobblestone walkways.
Legacy Place offers a large selection of retail stores and restaurants, including Best Buy for electronics, featured fashion stores such as Loehmann's, NY & Co., and Lane Bryant, as well as an assortment of specialty, home, and food stores.
Midtown brings together gourmet cuisine, live entertainment, chic salons, designer furnishings, upscale shopping boutiques, and The Borland Performing Arts Center. When you visit Mainstreet at Midtown, you find yourself in the center of it all- urban chic blended with city style.
West Palm Beach
From one-of-a-kind vintage pieces on Antique Row, to the latest trends at H&M in CityPlace, there's no limit to what you might find during a shopping excursion in West Palm Beach.
Downtown West Palm Beach's Clematis District is defined by its dynamic blend of specialty shops, spas, art galleries and other home-grown retailers with urban appeal, mixed among dozens of eclectic and high-energy dining and nightlife choices. The historic district's award-winning waterfront is home to a weekly GreenMarket, as well as top annual music and cultural happenings and ongoing local events.
One of the most admired downtown centers in the nation, CityPlace's imaginative architecture, public plazas and renowned shopping, dining and entertainment scene have made it a "must-see" destination in South Florida. The open-air, Italian-inspired center features options for
people of all ages and tastes, with more than 80 global-brand retailers, regional specialty stores, destination restaurants and innovative entertainment venues that are destinations in themselves.
Northwood Village is one of the most inviting, funky and hip, micro-neighborhoods in The Palm Beaches. Located less than two miles north of downtown West Palm Beach, this fun and vibrant
area contains amazing restaurants, unique shops and some of the most creative and interesting merchants around.
Internationally-renowned Antique Row district features over 40 antique shops, vintage boutiques and home design stores, which is why the world's best interior designers have been shopping here for decades. Often regarded as the most diverse antiquing district in the country, Antique Row brings together an impressive selection of unique finds from the 17th-20th Centuries, fine and decorative arts, period deco and Art Moderne furnishings, all within walking distance.
Palm Beach Outlets
Located in the heart of West Palm Beach - just off of Interstate 95 - the newly opened (February 2014) Palm Beach Outlets are open daily, enticing shoppers of all styles to visit its more than
500,000-square-foot complex with some of the best names in fashion. Luxury retailer Saks Inc. anchors the outlets with its Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH, in addition to other well-known labels include Cole Haan, Kenneth Cole, DKNY, J. Crew, Ann Taylor, Banana Republic, Nautica, Talbots, Polo, and White House | Black Market, to name just a few. For sports fanatics, there's Greg Norman, Reebok, adidas, Nike and more.
As the backdrop of America's First Resort Destination, Palm Beach combines a wealth of designer, retail and specialty shops throughout its diverse and picturesque shopping and entertainment districts.
An enchanting resort destination with European sophistication and inimitable style and grace, Worth Avenue is one of the most beautiful shopping venues in the world. Along the Avenue you will find some of the world's top retailers, while off the Avenue visitors will find romantic viastas and celebrated independent boutiques offering designer fashion, accessories, gifts, art and antiques, jewelry and leather goods, home furnishings, and great restaurants in a captivating atmosphere rich with old-world charm and historical glamour.
One of the Avenue's most popular destinations is 150 Worth, home to many exclusive retailers whose diverse offerings range from haute couture and fine jewelry, to ready-to-wear and resort designs. Since opening its doors in 1980, 150 Worth has maintained its position as an unparalleled shopping experience. Today visitors can find retailers like Saks Fifth Avenue, Gucci, Tory Burch, Louis Vuitton, and many more. It is also home to Cha Cha's Fresh Latin Kitchen & Tequila Bar and Palm Beach's only Starbucks.
South County Road
South County Road, is the linchpin for the island's three retail districts, running north and south between Royal Poinciana Way and Worth Avenue. Its early retail history contained legendary stores including Brooks Brothers, Best & Company, and Bonwit Teller. Today, you will find
quintessential Palm Beach shops like C. Orrico, the Classic Book Shop, Aristokids, a florist, beauty salons, a French bakery, and fine restaurants.
Royal Poinciana Way, Sunset/Sunrise Avenues
As Palm Beach's original Main Street, this district still remains one of the town's most popular locales for pleasure and relaxation. The stores primarily consist of classic ‘mom & pop' shops,
where owners greet you as you shop for clothing, furnishings or fresh fruit. Consignment shops fill Sunset Avenue, with more small shops and restaurants welcoming you on Sunrise. There is more outdoor dining on Royal Poinciana Way than anywhere else on the island.
The Mall at Wellington Green
The Village of Wellington is an internationally recognized destination for polo and equestrian competition with a matchless social scene through "high season," but year-round, the area is a shopper's paradise.
The Mall at Wellington Green is a beautiful blend of Mediterranean style and local architectural traditions. The two-level enclosed mall features some of the most popular and sought after fashion retailers, including Dillard's, Macy's, Nordstrom, JCPenney, and more than 170 specialty
The mall is a popular destination for families. Bring the kids and relax on comfortable seating while you watch them play and have fun at the popular Children's Play Area. Afterward, take a break from shopping at one of seven dine-in restaurants or grab a quick bite in the Food Court.
The Mall at Wellington Green is conveniently located in the heart of Palm Beach County at SR7 and Forest Hill Boulevard.
Downtown Lake Worth
Featuring a colorful, artistic and bohemian cultural landscape along two main streets, Lake and Lucerne Avenues, visitors can find the vibrant downtown of Lake Worth. The eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, art galleries, music venues, and unique specialty shops means there is never a shortage of things to do.
Long known for its charming eccentricities in art deco
architecture, culture and people, Lake Worth has opened its arms to a rebirth
of some of the finest visual arts, experimental music forms, dance and theater
groups, which is reflected in the many locally-owned boutiques and art
galleries. Public art and sculptures created by local artists with local
products dot the streets. The Cultural Council of Palm Beach County's
headquarters offers changing exhibits and a "Made in Palm Beach" gift shop
featuring only local artists.
The Second Saturday Sidewalk Sale and bi-weekly Evening on the Avenue events fill the streets with shoppers exploring local arts and musicians, and taking home everything from pieces of art to jewelry to culinary treats.
Renaissance Commons, Boynton Beach Blvd/Congress Avenue Corridor
With its welcoming design, stunning architecture and inviting scenery, Renaissance Commons stands as a perfect example of shopping, dining and dwelling. Renaissance Commons makes for a pleasant shopping excursion, complete with 14 restaurants, coffee shops and live entertainment to round out the experience. Eat, drink and relax in true "Florida-style"!
Boynton Beach Mall
The Boynton Beach Mall, which boasts a Macy's, Dillards, JCPenney, and Sears and over 130 specialty stores, is also a mother's shopping haven. With a specially-designated play area and colorful children's Carrousel, the whole family will enjoy a trip to this mall. After shopping up an appetite, stop at family-friendly Buca di Beppo, world famous Toojay's or one of 14 different food options in the food court.
Delray Beach was recently named "Most Fun Small Town in America" by Rand McNally. Walk along downtown's Atlantic Avenue and you will see why. "The Avenue" is the epicenter of the downtown shopping and dining action. The charming ambiance of this café-style streetscape is set with brick-paved sidewalks lined with oak and palm trees. Visit stylish fashion and jewelry boutiques, galleries, and dozens of unique shops to find one-of-a-kind treasures.
Delray's colorful arts district, Pineapple Grove, is speckled with unique public art pieces, boutiques, incredible local restaurants, fine-art galleries, custom furniture stores filled with local
pieces, and relaxing health and beauty spas.
West on Atlantic you will find Delray's newest shopping destination, Delray Marketplace, featuring over 30 trusted-brand retail and specialty shops, restaurants, and a movie theater/
bowling alley multiplex.
Bargain hunters and big spenders alike know Boca Raton as the place where retail dreams come true. Explore its strolling downtown, shopping mall, and plethora of big-box stores.
Mizner Park, where commerce and culture meet, is an open-air, mixed-use venue- a "live in the moment" community that satisfies customer's wants and desires. Stroll the Plaza or tour a fine art exhibit at the Boca Museum of Art or enjoy a concert at the Boca Raton Amphitheater. The shopping component is the heartbeat of Mizner Park, offering discriminating clientele a high level of luxury choices with renowned jewelers, boutiques, nationally-renowned retailers, a luxury theater and 16 of the finest restaurants for every taste. Lord & Taylor is one of Mizner Park's newest additions.
Along Glades Road off I-95, there is no shortage of super-sized retailers and department stores, with well-known restaurants sprinkled among them, keeping bargain hunters happy from morning to night. East on Glades is University Commons, the area's newest shopping and dining mecca, featuring favorites like Nordstrom Rack and Whole Foods Market.
Royal Palm Place
Directly next door to Mizner Park, explore Royal Palm Placewith its fine jewelry and apparel shops, salons, spas and specialy shops, all situated among dozens of restaurants and cafés representing cuisines found around the world.
Town Center at Boca Raton
One of South Florida's top luxury shopping destinations, Town Center at Boca Raton features an outstanding mix of upscale, elite specialty shops along with favorite mall stores and an array of fine restaurants. Shoppers come from all over the world to explore its 220 stores and six department stores, including Neiman Marcus, Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Macy's, Bloomingdale's, and Sears. Few malls in the country offer such an impressive department store mix. Shop Apple, Burberry, Bvlgari, Carolina Herrera, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, Tiffany & Co., Tory Burch, and more. At Town Center of Boca Raton, you will find luxury at its fashionable finest.