Café Boulud Palm Beach

An elegant scene for deftly prepared French cuisine
Southern France meets south Florida at the Palm Beach branch of Café Boulud. Here, Lyon-born chef Daniel Boulud offers the same pitch-perfect French cuisine as that of his New York restaurants, with deftly prepared standards like potato-leek soup and red wine-braised short ribs. 

While the feel of the dining room is formal, it sidesteps stuffiness by avoiding the New York outpost’s mahogany and leather. Instead, Boulud uses a tropical palette of yellows and oranges, illuminated through ample windows and French doors. 

Guests can dine outside on the lovely terrace which overlooks a tropically landscaped courtyard. The restaurant boasts a prime location in the historic Brazilian Court Hotel, just steps from Worth Avenue.
Things to Know
  • While we don't recommend showing up to Café Boulud in your sweats or swim attire, the restaurant's dress code is pretty relaxed. Café Boulud staff suggests business casual attire.
  • Making advance reservations for dining at Café Boulud is a good idea, since the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant is one of the most popular spots in Palm Beach. It’s simple to make a reservation for Café Boulud on the restaurant's website with just the click of a mouse.
  • For most types of reservations, there’s no formal cancellation policy per se at Café Boulud. Staff at the French-American restaurant understands that sometimes your dinner plans change, especially during a vacation, so if you find yourself swamped at the eleventh hour and unable to make it to dinner, you won't be charged.
Outdoor seating
Reservations recommended
Resort casual
Getting There
301 Australian Avenue, Palm Beach, Florida 33480
Check Availability