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Built on the site of the famous old '40s outdoor burger bar the Hut, Top of the Point, located on the penthouse floor of Phillips Point with 180-degree views of the Intracoastal and Palm Beach, isn't as far away as you might imagine from that old shake shack. In fact, the menu in this room with a view, an outpost of the Breakers Hotel, is eccentrically imagined comfort food, notably a lobster pot pie, chicken and dumplings, plank salmon, flatbreads, Kobe burgers, and salads. Roast chicken with broccolini and large-grained couscous; flatbread scattered with artichokes and goat cheese; and arugula salad with warm mushrooms is all edible if not far above average (heavy on the pepper and salt). But the service is amusing: one waiter executing every rearrangement of flatware with little flourishes and wrist flicks, even pulling off a fancy heel turn (think early Temptations choreography) as he sashayed around our table. Somebody loves his job.
From the Top of the Point you can see all the way to Nantucket. The Napa Valley too. And Santa Fe and New Orleans. (Not Russia, though. Sorry, Sarah Palin.) Actually, though the vistas from the ... More »
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