Palm Beach is hip. No, really. There's a serious influx of hot new galleries, exclusive shopping, swanky hotels and a very cool dining scene. Imoto, sister restaurant to the hot tapas spot, Buccan, doesn't even have a sign outside. Click through the gallery to check out more cool spots.
Imoto. This hidden gem feels like a Japanese speakeasy, serving creative versions of nigiri -- slices of rice topped with raw fish and wood-fired vegetables.
Chez L'Épicier. Chef Laurent Godbout chose to take his haute cuisine casual at this laid-back bistro, his first restaurant outside of Canada.
Avocado tartare. Want to enjoy this lovely dish, a specialty at Chez L'Épicier? If it's the weekend, reservations are recommended.
Marco Cimmino. Cimmino hand picks the fashions at his only location outside of Italy, and he designs some of the items himself. These shoes sell out fast.
Margaux. An online startup for custom flats, Margaux opened its first pop-up storefront in Palm Beach this year.
Pop-ups aren't forever. Margaux is located in the Via Mizner courtyard through April 29.
Brintz Gallery. Tired of selling old masters, Lisa Brintz opened her eponymous gallery in 2014 to feature contemporary works, including these by Stanley Casselman.
Contemporary art. Brintz Gallery featured this work from (left to right) Carol Prusa, Udo Nöger and Stanley Casselman.
The Flagler Club. The Breakers is the grand dame of Palm Beach, but the top two floors are a boutique-like hotel of its own, the recently renovated Flagler Club.
Exclusive access. The Flagler Club offers many exclusive benefits to its guests, including this terrace and an in-house Tesla for guests.
Hip at the Four Seasons? Even the Four Seasons is getting into the vibe with morning yoga classes, in-house cars, weekly clambakes and surfing lessons.
No need to leave. The Four Seasons is home to Jove Kitchen & Bar, where chef Luca Moriconi is preparing octopus carpaccio and more.