Sandi, Other/Just Looking in New Jersey

Best classy dining experience for my son's 28th birthday gift certificate. He and his girlfriend live in

Asked by Sandi, New Jersey Wed Dec 5, 2007

He lives in West Palm Beach, FL

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Hi Sandi, Marilyn gave you great suggestions. I've just checked the menu of Boulud: http://danielnyc.com/cafeboulud_palmbeach/_pdf/menu_lunch.pdf and the place is really well located, steps away by Worth Ave. It is a relaxed, elegant environment.

I personally enjoy being by the water and having sea food, so I would also add to your list the "Charley's Crab" which is right by Ocean with great views. Menu: http://www.muer.com/pdf/menus/CC/CCPB_Dinner.pdf

Also, the restaurant inside The Breakers Palm Beach ( http://ww.thebreakers.com ) Here is a link to some of their gift cards available : http://www.thebreakers.com/shop_the_breakers/shop_online/ind…
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2 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 6, 2007
Hi Sandi,

I recommend that you check out Yelp. It's a great site for restaurant reviews. The link below shows a search for restaurants in Palm Beach but you can type in a more specific location and restaurant type like 'Japanese Restaurants' or whatever your son might prefer.

Best Wishes,

Emily Gibson
Customer Service Representative
1 vote Thank Flag Link Thu Dec 6, 2007
If he's "meat and potatoes" oriented, MORTON's is a great gift for him. You can buy gift certificates to Mortons by using your America Express Rewards Points. I've done it and will soon be enjoying a meal there with a friend. If it was his girlfriend's birthday I'd suggest BOULUD at Brazilian Court in Palm Beach or if they would come to Boca, the Boca Raton Resort Hotel restaurants - gift certificates can also be purchased for their restaurants using American Express Rewards Points. In South Palm Beach: Ritz Carlton or Four Seasons. A visit to any of these can produce a highly memorable night!
1 vote Thank Flag Link Wed Dec 5, 2007
Hi Sandi,

I would like to help you with your question about Classy Dining for your Son's 28th Birthday.

Sometimes Classy Dining can exceed one's bank account. Sometimes Classy Dining can mean foreign food with excellent service from a restaurant attendant with a fake foreign accent, but affordable.

Classy is in the eye of the beholder. Classy is also in the eye of the parents in this case.

For the Best, Classy, Dining Experience, we need to know,,, we who would like to help you with your question,,, with: the type of food you would like to eat, the time of day the affair will take place, how long the affair will take place, how many will be attending the affair, if any of the guests attending the affair will need special arrangements, where you will be going right after the affair etc!

I look forward to your response.

Steve Wood, Realtor
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Wed Dec 5, 2007
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