The glassed-in, tropical-feeling dining room of Palmetto Café combines with excellent service and fancy grub to create the perfect place to ignore prices and indulge, to while away an afternoon after the spa but before your tennis lesson. Everything is tasty, a bit over-the-top (“Reuben en Croute”, $15), and fetching on the plate. Look at the pretty people and have a glass of wine before tucking into a Salmon Stack or a frisee and shrimp salad — it’s not an everyday sort of place, but if you want to really treat yourself, it’s head and shoulders above most others.

Restaurant Details

An elegant spot for breakfast and lunch in Charleston Place. AAA Four Diamonds.

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Hours: B, L, & Weekend Brunch.
Price: $$$$


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