There’s no better place to enjoy our views while indulging on delectable bites than DowntownWPB. To make it easy for you, we’ve narrowed our favorite spots to eat outside:
1) CityZen Garden – 400 Datura Street
If you’re looking for a moment to find serenity in the middle of DowntownWPB, CityZen Garden offers just that. With a small amphitheater, Zen garden, sculptures and benches you can grab a tasty bite and explore what CityZen Garden, located behind Broadstone City Center has to offer.
2) Great Lawn at the Waterfront Commons – 100 block of Clematis Street between Narcissus Avenue and Flagler Drive.
The wide stretch of grass at the end of DowntownWPB’s iconic Clematis Street, rightfully named the Great Lawn, may be one of the best spots in DowntownWPB to eat outside. home to many seasonal activities and events, including the holiday must-see Sandi the sand tree. Regularly, you will find round tables with umbrellas covering for a comfortable and cool enjoyable location for you and your crew.
3) Meyer Amphitheatre – 105 Evernia Street
A main attraction for festivals, concerts and outdoor activities, the Meyer Amphitheatre is bordered with high-standing palm trees which radiates a gorgeous sense of paradise. Bring your blanket, lawn chair or hammock to enjoy the perfect picnic experience.
4) City Docks – 165 S. Flagler Drive
One of the most notable highlights of DowntownWPB is its waterfront location overlooking the Intracoastal. The city docks take you as close to the beautiful blue water and yachts as you can get, without getting wet! It features unique underwater ecosystems, planters with native plants, and shaded seating areas. Take a seat and enjoy lunch with a picturesque view. If you have time walk over to the South Cove Natural Area, over 6 acres of wetland habitat. You just might see manatees, sea turtles, and fiddler crabs.