Roxie’s Place (Lake Worth)

Posted on March 31st, 2022 · American Breakfast Lake Worth Subs/Salads

***** Roxie’s Place, 15 North J Street, Lake Worth, Florida 33460, 561) 508-6979.

Got a real good diner for you guys to checkout, Roxie’s Place in Lake Worth.

Simple tale to tell, yesterday afternoon, Jeff Eats and a couple of business associates “discovered” Roxie’s Place and- the joint’s food absolutely killed! Inside booth/ table/ counter seating/ handful of tables outside, reasonably priced all-day-breakfast/lunch menu.

I kinda think I know my diners- Roxie’s Place’s delicious food/ reasonably priced menu/ pleasant service/ diner- decor and vibe make it a must try!

Roxie’s Place is open Monday-Friday 7am-3pm/ Sunday 7am-2pm.

3 Comments to “Roxie’s Place (Lake Worth)”

  1. Stan Vaughn says...

    This joint’s food is terrific.

    Its BEEF ON WECK is an absolute must order!

    I love diners and Roxie’s has its act totally together.

    I’m in there for either breakfast or lunch at least once a week.

  2. I got 3 diners in Florida that I love, Howley’s in WPB, Gilbert’s in Ft Laud and Roxie’s.

    All 3 are amazing restaurants.

    I’m 83 years old. Lived in The Bronx until 1991. Moved to WPB same year.

    Ive eaten in diners all over Florida and for that matter the USA and I have to say that Howley’s, Gilbert’s and Roxie’s are 3 of the best that Ive eaten in.

    Posted on December 5th, 2014

    ***** Howley’s Restaurant, 4700 South Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, Florida 33405, (561) 833-5691.

    Got something really terrific for you guys…Howley’s …for our purposes let’s call Howley’s a diner.

    You know what “out of sight, out of mind” means? Sure you do…Well! Howley’s fits the bill…great- diner in West Palm Beach, which Boca Raton resident-Jeff Eats keeps forgetting about…just that simple…”out of sight, out of mind.”

    Long story short…

    Last night after dropping Son Jeff Eats off at Palm Beach International Airport- the combination of 2 wrong left turns followed by 3 wrong right turns and a fight with Mrs. Jeff Eats over my not being able to follow her instructions-we ended up right in front of Howley’s Restaurant. The joint looked exactly the same as when I first told you guys about it way back on June 17, 2008…making lemonade out of lemons-the crab-cakes that Mrs. Jeff Eats had and my bacon cheeseburger & French fries were delicious.

    If you haven’t “yet” been to Howley’s…it’s an absolute must try…

    Howley’s is open Sunday-Thursday 7am-2am, Friday-Saturday 8am-5am.

    By the way, that June 17, 2008 write-up printed is down below.

    June 17th, 2008
    ***** Howley’s Restaurant, 4700 South Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach, Florida 33405, (561) 833-5691.

    One of my favorite South Florida joints to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner at is Howley’s Restaurant which is on Dixie Highway in West Palm Beach.

    This joint has been around since 1950…and is basically an old fashioned diner. Other than a flat screen tv here and there, you’ll swear that you are in a diner circa 1950. This joint doesn’t play the Johnny Rocket’s game. The decor is the real McCoy.

    Howley’s does “everything.” Breakfast-lunch-dinner…In addition to a counter, there is booth and table seating. There is also an outdoor dining patio.

    Just so you know, the guy who owns the famous Dada Restaurant located in Delray Beach bought Howley’s about 3 years ago…soooo the food is absolutely top-notch. This joint makes crab-cakes, the likes of which you have never tasted before.

    Over the past few years, I probably have eaten in this joint 20 times. I absolutely love the atmosphere, the food and the hip-youngsters that comprise the wait-staff (no they don’t wear 1950’s costumes).

    Howley’s prices are “all over the place.” There are all kinds of bargain specials, but some of the dishes are pretty pricey. Like I said before, this is a diner whose short-order-cooks were replaced by top-notch chefs.

    This is a great place. If you look closely, you will see that Howley’s is right next door to a NO TELL MOTEL circa 1950. I sure wish Howley’s walls could talk.

    Howley’s is open 7 days a week for breakfast, lunch and dinner. As for the crowd…tee shirts/shorts…tuxedos…suits…bikers…you name it.

    Posted June 24, 2009
    ***** Gilbert’s 17th Street Grill, 1821 Cordova Road, Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33316 (954) 768-8990.

    Got a real good “mom & pop” American-diner joint for you…Gilbert’s 17th Street Grill.

    The menu is not large…but has enough soups, salads, burgers, sandwiches, grilled items and desserts…so nobody’s gonna starve. A recent outing netted me a cheeseburger, bbq ribs and a philly cheesesteak sandwich…everything was delicious and priced just right. Nothing fancy here, just real good food. Take a look at the joint’s website for menu/prices/details.

    Gilbert’s is open Monday-Saturday 11am-9pm. The joint is closed on Sunday.

  3. RHEA BLOOM says...

    My bf and I ate there yesterday and the food and service were spot on.

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