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Looking for mid range restaurant in Palm Beach area with Good Food - Fine Dining atmosphere not required

kyach123 | Jan 15, 201107:25 AM     13

I am visiting the Palm Beach area next week. I have seen some posts for the fine dining restaurants, many referring readers to the Breakers, with which I am familiar. I'm looking for some restaurants that are a bit more low-key with entrees from $15 - $25. Having trouble finding local favorites, many of the restaurants I am finding online look like big operations catering to tourists. Trying to find something with local flavor - fresh seafood would be great. Also like Italian, Asain fusion, French. White linen service not required; would prefer relaxed with really good food. I'm from a resort area, and while there are exceptions, waterfront restaurants where I'm from don't typically have the best food. However, if anyone knows of a great place with a view that would be awesome, but the food is the most important thing. I'd appreciate any advice. Thanks!

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