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Worth Avenue

Worth Ave, Palm Beach, FL
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The Palm Beach equivalent of Beverly Hills' Rodeo Drive.
  • Excellent67%
  • Very good25%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Worth Ave, Palm Beach, FL
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Reviewed yesterday

The best part of walking down this street before noon on a Sunday was that it was a ghost town. The stores cater to a wealthy clientele that's looking for familiar goods, although there were a few independent shops. The few restaurants appear hidden down...More

Thank mrsirin
Reviewed 2 days ago

Strolling and shopping on Worth Avenue is like a visit to Rodeo Drive without the celebrities. Great shops and love the little alley way shops and boutiques.

Thank Looselucy
Reviewed 1 week ago

What a fun place to take a stroll. It's like Rodeo Drive or Fifth Avenue but without the traffic, honking horns and noise. Just lots of lovely shops with beautifully displayed high end goods. From Tiffany's to Chanel, Ecasda,Pucci, Gucci, Ralph Lauren to small exclusive...More

1  Thank OKCokiedokie
Reviewed 1 week ago

Charming stroll to see special shops however not Rodeo Drive by any means. Less than interested sale associates make it less fun to shop

Thank _tsdifiore1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

All the shops you would expect in this affluent neighbourhood. We visited Tiffaneys and the staff were very helpful. Well worth a look if you've got the money.😥

Thank BigMas
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I used to be a solid Worth Avenue shopper before moving away, a recent visit back left me a bit saddened and concerned for this beautiful spot. Several of my favorite stores (particularly McKenzie Childs and Cartier) have shuttered their doors and closed down. Service...More

Thank hermeschick
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Sad to see the businesses​ leave. Hoping the Mayor keeps her promises, of helping to lower the housing for employees can afford to work near were they live! The streets are kept clean, & It's nice to feel safe after hours, thanks to PBSO! T

Thank Tracy L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

If you have never been to Worth Avenue in Palm Beach, put it on your schedule, and also bring your wallet! It is a classy area with numerous high end stores and restaurants there on the avenue and in between other stores. You will absolutely...More

Thank dmdjaj
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Nice place to walk, but you must at least drive a VERY EXPENSIVE CAR - Royals Royce, etc.. Finally went into one store - an everyday looking summer shirt - $149 and a pair of everyday looking pants - $149. Didn't even like them. Also,...More

Thank Sue W
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

High end retailers galore. A nice walk but unless you have mucho bucks best to go for the nice stroll. Two hour free on street parking is nice.

Thank Stuart S
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Dorothy J
is worth avenue in palm beach considered the most expensive avenue in world
April 4, 2017|
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Response from ScottBeckett | Reviewed this property |
LOL. Only if you want it to be. Restaurants are all upscale but not over the top like New York or Rome or London. There are a lot of very expensive shops but we also found some great deals at some very nice shops. Can't say... More
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AllyFlorida
Where do you park?
September 11, 2015|
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Response from Cynna K | Reviewed this property |
Sorrry Have NO idea, as I was on foot staying at nearby hotel Brazilian Court. I saw many spaces on the street though.
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