Palm Beach Segway Tours is proud to call Downtown West Palm Beach and Clematis Street home!
Clematis Street starts at the Flagler Drive along the Intracoastal Waterway facing Palm Beach Island, and it extends for the next eight blocks going west. This place is perhaps the busiest shopping districts in all of West Palm Beach and a tourist fan favorite as well!
Clematis Street is a regular feature in the local press, and with hoards of stores and eateries opening up, it is rightly praised and critiqued by many!
It’s got an amazingly colorful history because Clematis Street was the original downtown business district in the 1890’s.
It was home to retail and community services that supported the nannies, cooks and servants who walked down this street each morning to board a ferry that took them across the Intracoastal Waterway to Palm Beach Island.
West Palm Beach, FL is one of the best vacation destinations, as well as being a haven for golf enthusiasts in the United States.
And Clematis Street helps brings the city to life!
Donald Trump knows a good property when he sees it and he’s been known describe it as “the hottest street in Florida” during an interview he gave to the People Magazine!
Clematis Street has been completely renovated and there has been a lot of construction across the street to make it more pedestrian friendly and to improve the walkability.
The elevated, curb-less intersections have been expertly used here to slow down the traffic and make Clematis Street a great place to walk around.
Shop till you drop at CityPlace and when you are done head to downtown.
Clematis Street restaurants have plenty of options and all kinds of food for your discerned taste buds. There are sports bars, and Taco Bars and also a brand new wine bar here. Mexican Cuisine style food is best at Banko Cantina and the Grease Burger Bar offers the biggest, most scrumptious burgers you’ve ever laid eyes on.
Honorable mentions in this category include Palm Sugar for its Asian street food, Leila for Middle Eastern Cuisine and the open-aired, cool spot that is E.R Bradley’s! Don’t forget to cool off with an ice cream cone from Sloan’s Ice Cream.
Also, if you are visiting Clematis Street on a Thursday, hang around for free concerts organized by Clematis by Night.