During Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15), we honor the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States; especially in our #DowntownWPB. We have a robust Hispanic community and it is our diversity that is one of our greatest strengths. Join us as we continue to celebrate the contributions of our incredible Downtown West Palm Beach community.
Alfonso Hernandez Architects
222 Clematis Street #203
Founder and managing partner Alfonso Hernandez recognized the need for an architecture firm that could honor South Florida’s past while innovating its future with contemporary green architectural design. Based in the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach, AH Architects has its finger on the pulse of the community and is honored to be an active participant in the development of the city.
CRL Media Hispanic Advertising & Public Relations Media
301 Clematis Street #3000
Colombian-born Claudia Ruiz Levy opened the first Hispanic advertising agency in West Palm Beach, CRL Media. CRL Media specializes in Hispanic market services and multicultural advertising and public relations services in West Palm Beach and the South Florida area.
533 Clematis Street
Founder Carlos Brescia brought the chic Peruvian eatery, Dr. Limon, to West Palm Beach in 2019. The menu consists of a range of seafood-centric appetizers, Peruvian-inspired sushi rolls and Peruvian classic dishes adding to the unique flavors that can only be found in Downtown West Palm Beach.
120 S. Dixie Highway #104
The family-owned beauty salon offers services such as facials, body treatments, micropigmentation, waxing, eyelashes and more.
120 S. Olive Avenue #210
Rick Gonzalez, president of REG Architects, a firm specializing in architecture, historic preservation, interior design and community planning has been offering services in Downtown West Palm Beach for over 30 years.
106 N. Olive Avenue
The authentic Mexican cantina opened its doors to Downtown West Palm Beach in 2013. Co-owners and brothers, Jimmy Rivas and Alberto Valdivia brought to life their vision of an eatery filled with art, Mexican street food and delicious drinks.
120 S. Dixie Highway #105
Salento Coffee owners, Jaime and Johana Lara, have brought the delicious taste of authentic Colombian coffee to Downtown West Palm Beach. On top of traditional café menu items, Salento offers Colombian dishes such as arepas, empanadas and more.
Tapeo Tapas Bar and Restaurant
118 S. Clematis Street
Owner Giovanni Savinovich, born from Ecuadorian and Eastern European parents, has learned to be extremely familiar with Spanish Cuisine. At his side is Leila Alfonso, Cuban-American entrepreneur, who has led the restaurant’s redesign work, theme and décor also handles the business development, marketing, and public relations for Tapeo. Their dream has been to bring their love for Spanish food, wine and culture to West Palm Beach.