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West Palm Beach/Palm Beach restaurants.

Marc Bernstein | Feb 7, 200009:41 PM     11

I have been visiting the Palm Beach area for over 28 years. One of my favorite places is that great deli,"Too Jays Market Place". It seems to be all over the Palm Beach area. I remember "Charlie's Crab". It used to be wonderful. But,I haven't been there in a few years,and I have heard that the quality has fallen. Is it still in business? I used to love the Swordfish Steak. I recall that the clam chowder was one of the best things from Charlie's Crab". What new and moderately expensive restaurants are there on Worth Avenue? I like Italian/Bistro types. What about South/North County Road? How is "Hamburger Heaven"? It also used to be a place that I enjoyed. I loved the hamburgers there. Also,is "Green's still as good as ever? I am going to be in the area on vacation next week. By the way,how is the restaurant in the Norton Art Gallery?

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