Palm Beach, Florida: Nightclub and Restaurant Data Sheets

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Palm Beach, Florida: Nightclub and Restaurant Data Sheets

It is no secret that I have been spending a lot of time in Palm Beach lately, working on some special projects and “heists”, so to speak.

In the past, I have done very well in “high-end pockets” of America, ie Beverly Hills, Malibu, Newport Beach, Corona Del Mar, Laguna Beach, Del Mar, La Jolla, Coronado etc.

Add Palm Beach to that list.

Historically speaking, there has always been a “niche” for the handsome, CASH rich, Gentleman of Leisure in these “high-end pockets” of America. This sh*t has been going on for decades all the way back to The Jet Set Era.

I would even go as far to say that these spots are tailor made for me and my unique style of “Game Kung-Fu”, if you will. You know, kind of like how Marvis Frazier was tailor made for Mike Tyson:

So once again, The G Manifesto is going to break down the spots like only The G Manifesto does. (Seriously, has anyone else noticed that literally no one else on the Internet breaks down places like we do over here? I mean, I read these other cats sites sometimes and they never “name names”. And they never “call it out”.)

Here is a breakdown of the spot if you go:

Buccan
Ill spot to swoop fly girls. Open pretty late too. Never eaten here. Go after dinner for swooping. This is one of the main spots in Palm Beach for “one punch KO’s”. Post at the bar (the corner is The Vortex Zone) and work the couches.

Echo
Pretty dope sushi spot. Bar is dope. Keep in mind though, Florida sushi doesn’t compare to Wessyde sushi.

Bice
Not a bad spot. Good spot to swoop during after dinner cocktails. Probably the best Bice I have ever been to.

Cucina Dell’ Arte
This is the spot you want to swoop at. It’s basic. It’s like taking a Bankroll and drugs from a weak drug dealer. Or like taking candy from a baby. Whichever you prefer.
Roll both sides of bar, dance floor and outside for “smoke swoops”. Work the Vortex Zones. You can’t miss, kind of like Miles Simon during that one NCAA Championship.

Cafe Boulud
Place is pretty magical. Great food, great bar, and great outers for smoking grits. Bar is smooth and they have some live music rolling some nights.

Ta-Boo Restaurant
Lunch spot to chop and spit.

Testa’s Palm Beach Restaurant
Cocktail. Post up at Bar.

Leopard Lounge
Never been, but the place is legendary. I think one of the Kennedy’s died here or something. Need to check it. Supposed to be mad old heads, but maybe you can do some biz here. Or raise some capital.

The Breaker’s
The Seafood Room is ill. Great food. Strong drinks. Good bar. Great meeting place as well. Excellent Date Spot. I will break this down in the future.

Nick and Johnnie’s
Cocktail and spock. Post and Chop.

Palm Beach Steakhouse
Pretty dope. Had a dope night here.

Green’s Pharmacy
Real old-school lunch counter. Go.

Amici Market
Good spot to grab some high end meats and cheeses. And vino.

PB Catch
New spot. Smooth. Service is spotty, but it does the trick.

Trevini Ristorante
Good place for an opening salvo and cocktail.

Don’t forget, you also want to hit up Palm Beach Weddings, and Palm Beach Mansion Parties. But that takes a little infiltration into Palm Beach Society.

I really like the simplicity of Palm Beach. And the high-end aspect. It suits me.

Custom Suits me, that is.

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7 Comments on "Palm Beach, Florida: Nightclub and Restaurant Data Sheets"

  1. The G Manifesto
    Bigfoot
    05/04/2012 at 4:18 pm Permalink

    Palm Beach. One of my places I want to visit once I turn 21.

    G, Could you come up with a data sheet for young International Playboys in training?

    Not much information in that niche.

    In fact, if you think about it, you could make a killing.

  2. The G Manifesto
    horace kent
    06/04/2012 at 5:06 am Permalink

    hey great site. it would be really cool if you could provide pictures of the places youre taking about as well. i see nobody else like roosh or naughty nomad does this, and it would be great if we got some photo or video action for extra info.thanks

  3. The G Manifesto
    The G Manifesto
    06/04/2012 at 7:22 am Permalink

    horace kent -

    “it would be really cool if you could provide pictures of the places youre taking about as well.”

    I have taken a bunch of the pictures I have put on this site.

    - MPM

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    EL MIZ
    06/04/2012 at 12:09 pm Permalink

    MPM –

    Went to the Breakers in February with a girl I swooped up in the Rotten Apple. Old school vibe — but more of a late-night spot; if you go too early you are bound to run into a bunch of bratty rugrats and overwhelmed nannies.

    My cousin, the Vino Man, frequents West Palm on New Years Eve. I’ve gotta do that with him this year.

    Word is Bond,

    Elvis

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    sg
    27/04/2012 at 7:44 am Permalink

    You know what you’re talking about. These are all true spots. Cucina especially. Next time you go to Leopard Lounge, if you didn’t already check out all of the hidden nude images in the ceiling. Worth Ave. in general is a great spot during the day (some of the above are on Worth so you probably know). Hermes/Gucci Courtyard is great place to location bounce.

    Thank God you didn’t follow the advice of some on the Roosh forum. Well meaning, but Clematis?? Palm Beach island people don’t really hang out on the island, wha?? Makes no sense.

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    The Private Man
    23/05/2012 at 4:08 pm Permalink

    The Leopard Lounge is for an older crowd. Sure, it’s legendary but it’s for the middle-aged and beyond. And there is not much of a sign for the place because it’s in the Chesterfield Hotel and it’s not on Worth Ave.

    Yeah, I’ve been there.

    Quite a few times.

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