Palm Beach

Palm Beach is not known for late nights or avant-garde dance clubs. The night scene here is a bit subdued, with most of the after-dark action concentrated in the bars and lounges around town. The Brazilian Court is a fun scene as is the bar at Michael R. McCarty’s, which has the atmosphere of a traditional gentleman’s club, with tropical touches.


An older crowd congregates at the Leopard Lounge, in the Chesterfield, where the drinks are stiff and the music live. The outrageous décor of lipstick red and leopard prints has long been the talk of the town. For a cabaret reminiscent of Café Carlyle, check out the Royal Room, at the Colony Hotel. The room is intimate and the entertainment includes classic acts.

Written by Daphne Nikolopoulos

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