Palm Beach Bagel

Palm Beach Bagel among new businesses downtown

In just the past few months, three new business have opened their doors in Downtown West Palm Beach, adding to the momentum and variety of area eateries and shops. The new businesses are The Lash Boutique, Palm Beach Bagel and Beer Scene’s Graffiti Beer Garden.

The Lash Boutique

105 S. Narcissus Ave. #307, West Palm Beach

A sensation with A-list celebrities, lash design is a fast-growing beauty trend. The Lash Boutique transforms lashes from an everyday look to red carpet readiness. Staffed with premier lash artists who deliver precise, professional treatment, clients rave about the results. The boutique also provides specialized facial treatments and carries a variety of botanically based skin care and wellness lines. For more information or to make appointment, call (561) 923-0494.

Palm Beach Bagel

533 Clematis St., West Palm Beach

Bringing the flavors of New York-style bagels to Downtown West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Bagel boasts more than 17 varieties of fresh house-made bagels daily. The breakfast and lunch spot serves extensive, hearty menu options ranging from early morning delights to classic comforts. Popular breakfast fare includes Cinnamon Almond Challah French Toast and California Avocado Omelet. For lunch, patrons can choose from 17 signature wraps, a build-your-own salad menu and an assortment of deli lunch platters. For delivery throughout downtown or for more information, call Palm Beach Bagel at (561) 822-3688.

Beer Scene Graffiti Beer Garden

501 Fern St., West Palm Beach

Beer Scene Graffiti Beer Garden is a 4,000-square-foot outdoor courtyard that will serve as a new venue for downtown events. On the second and fourth Saturday of every month, music and beer aficionados can enjoy live music while sampling microbrewers’ beers from across the state. The Beer Scene is a colorful, energetic space featuring walls adorned with graffiti art crafted by talented local South Florida-based artist.

The Beer Scene Graffiti Beer Garden is a part of Eat Scene, an experiential complex located on the corner of Fern Street and Quadrille Boulevard that will house wine, art, artisanal food and craft beer businesses in a single space. For more information, call (561)275-1181.

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