Clematis Street is the historical heart of Downtown West Palm Beach. Starting at Flagler Drive on the Intracoastal Waterway, walk west along Clematis Street, right past some of the best hotels Palm Beach offers its visitors and experience the indigenous flavor of the area’s colorful boutiques, nightclubs, live music, antique shops, historical landmarks, but most important, places to get a quick bit to eat while on your way to having a great time on Clematis Street.
Massa on Clematis, located at 330 Clematis Street offers affordable foods made with fresh, quality ingredients. Massa is a sandwich-plus take-out establishment. Owner Julian Dranga’s specialty is her house-made soups, salads and crepes. Besides sandwiches, she also serves up a mean Panini. Massa does offer a few seats outdoors is you don’t want to eat while on the move.
Carlucci’s – A Downtown Deli, located at 322 Banyan Blvd., is a small, family operated Italian delicatessen in the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach. They offer gourmet New York style sandwiches, salads, soups and breakfast! They only use the freshest ingredients such as tomatoes and cucumbers that are served on their hand trimmed boneless and skinless chicken breast fillets. Their slices of roast beef comes from a slow-roasted USDA Choice Top Round making for the juiciest, most flavorful roast beef sandwich in Palm Beach.
Jimmy John’s , located at 330 Clematis Street, is one of the better sandwich eateries in Florida. Jimmy John’s started his first sandwich shop in Charleston, Ill., in 1983. After mastering his bread recipe, he acquired a huge fan base with his low prices and great delivery service. The sign inside the sandwich shop states: Free Smells and Subs So Fast, You’ll Freak.