Hello all you sassy foodies and art lovers!
Have I got a treat for you!!!! The Taste History Culinary Tours has expanded to the historic Northwood Village in West Palm Beach. I was super excited to have the pleasure of attending the inaugural tour, which is somewhat different than the standard culinary tour. This specific tour currently has well over 10 partners, of which include an array of eateries, art galleries and antique shops. Because it is a new tour, each attendee had the opportunity to chat and engage with each partner. During standard tours engagement and visits are limited.
On the day of the inauguration, everyone met outside of Macy's (tour sponsor) in Boynton Beach, FL and after boarding the bus we started on our way. Once we reached Northwood village our fun filled day started at a bohemian chic restaurant called, The Garage VV. I simply love the atmosphere, and the veggie egg rolls are amazing! I cannot wait to return. Next, we stopped at a quaint family-owned restaurant called Cafe Centro. This is definitely a "will be returning soon" place. I love the Gnocchi, it is an absolute must try!!!!
After chowing down on several delicious bites, our stomachs needed a break so we stopped at the Northwood Antique and Design Shop. When I walked in I was overwhelmed by all the amazing and unique pieces. I literally felt like Mike and Frank from "American Pickers". It is a wonderfully eclectic and amazing thrifter's dream. You can find anything from Mid Century pieces, to vintage and traditional furnishings. #loveit! I was so happy when a tour friend pointed out a gorgeous 1960 handbag. While purchasing it, I was mentally roaming my closet hoping that I ran across something super cute so that I could carry it sooner than later. :)
After I made my purchase and lingered for longer than a bit, I met the rest of the group at a cozy little place called O-BŌ Restaurant Wine Bar Northwood Village. They have the best sliders and the service was amazing. While there, I chatted with a few of the ladies about my great find. They gave me their stamp of approval and told me that I made a fabulous buy! #YeaMe :)
During our time in Northwood Village we also stopped at a lovely upholstery/drapery company that has been in the Northwood area for 13 years called, My New Old Chair, Inc. Another fabulously delicious spot is a savvy pastry cafe called, Creme de la Creme. Sassy people while you are at the village please stop by and have a bite, their pastries are simply amazing!
In addition to the great spots already discussed, we were introduced to even more super chic, cool and eclectic places, such as: OSGS-SMYKLA GALLERY-STUDIO, ARTHOUSE 429, Malakor Thai Cafe and Table 427.
Table 427 is a family oriented restaurant that serves continental cuisine. While there, we sampled different yummy bites such as their Bay Scallops and Peach Ceviche, Gnocchi Aila Santa Maria and Baked Indian Eggplant, all of which melted in my mouth. This cozy restaurant creates spectacular food with an innovative twist. I cannot wait to bring my family and friends by for a taste.
What I love most about The Taste History Culinary Tours is the uniqueness and diversity. Even though you may visit the same district more than once, it consistently rotates keeping things interesting and fresh.
Well Taste History, you have done it again! This tour is just as amazing as the Boynton and Delray Beach Tour! Thanks so much for the wonderful experience and tasty food! Also, special thanks to Macy's for the 10% coupon provided during each tour! :)
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