Best restaurants on the water from Palm Beach Gardens to Riviera Beach

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Nothing says Florida more than year-round outdoor dining options. We have so many waterfront options in our county we’ll be delivering this wisdom in geographic bites.

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For a dining experience with a view that’s worth going to north-central Palm Beach County — think Palm Beach Gardens, North Palm Beach, Singer Island, Palm Beach Shores, and Riviera Beach — here they are:

Waterfront restaurants in Palm Beach Gardens

The River House

The water view: Intracoastal Waterways

The River House in Palm Beach Gardens lets diners relax with great food and fantastic views.

With an eclectic mix of seafood and homestyle favorites that include bistro chicken and prime meatloaf, filet mignon and prime rib, sushi rolls and salads, this eatery offers something for everyone. The tiki bar is a popular spot for a cocktail and a quick bite, like the millionaire’s bacon and deviled eggs.

2373 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens. 561-530-4313;

FireFin Grill

The water view: Soverel Harbor Marina, Intracoastal Waterway

The outdoor patio behind the new FireFin Grill overlooks the Soverel Harbor Marina in Palm Beach Gardens.

This upscale restaurant and craft cocktail bar specializes in fine-aged steaks, award-winning sushi and seafood. One of their specialties is Lionfish, aka FireFin. Though a highly-invasive species, the chefs at FireFin turn it into a delicious entree. When it comes to Lionfish their motto is ‘you’ve got to eat’em to beat’em.’

2401 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens. 561-472-7900; firefingrill. com

Angry Moon Cafe

The water view: Soverel Harbor Marina, Intracoastal Waterway

Open for breakfast and lunch, this eatery hand selects the best meats, cheeses, fresh vegetables and all-natural, cage-free eggs

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