The best restaurants in Lake Worth Beach for the Street Art Festival


Murals splashed across the alleyways, artists hunched over them in focus mode. Crowds build up and disperse. Sights, selfies, street food and sweet music. Welcome to Lake Worth Beach’s most artistic weekend of the year. The annual street art festival arrives Saturday morning and runs through Sunday evening, drawing tens of thousands of visitors and art lovers to downtown Lake and Luzerne avenues.

But the big question – besides “Where to park?” or “What is the best chalk art?” — is “What should I eat?” or “Where is the best restaurant to eat at?” I’m glad you asked. Here are five restaurants to check out during and after Street Painting.

Vincent’s Bistro

Smoked Salmon Croissant Sandwich at Vincent's Bistro and French Bakery in Lake Worth Beach.

With extended weekend hours, this French bistro offers Street Painting festival-goers the fuel they need for a weekend of walking: freshly baked croissants, hot coffee with homemade cream, creamy quiches and omelets, sandwiches, salads and authentic charcuterie prepared in-house by French chef and bistro co-owner Vincent Durin.