5 Local Boynton Beach Businesses We Love To Visit | Boynton Beach Local Business

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Boynton Beach may be the third most populated city in Palm Beach County, but it is far from the corporate influence that overarches the environs of Boca Raton and West Palm Beach. While the city is growing exponentially, it still holds some of the quaintness of a smaller Florida town, yielding plenty of space for small local and family-owned business to thrive. Some of these businesses predate the growth and notoriety of Boynton Beach Real Estate, while others have stemmed from the growth itself. Wherever we go, and however far our travels take us, there will always be a "local" scene to support. For these 5 businesses, whether moving to Boynton Beach or just visiting, we hope you'll show them some love!

asia world market

Asia World Market

This small family-owned Asian market is one of the most beloved small businesses in Boynton Beach. Its sterling reviews earmark the many reasons Boynton Beach residents, citing the quality of service, friendliness of the staff, and of course the myriad of rare spices, snacks, and fresh vegetables. For those looking to learn more about Asian cuisine, the staff are always helpful, leading curious parties from aisle to aisle revealing rarities that most of us would simply walk by.

copperpoint brewing company

Copperpoint Brewing Company

The state of Florida is now firmly entrenched in the microbrew culture that took the hipster-dominated areas of the country by storm a decade ago. While Tampa Bay led the charge, South Florida through Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton, Delray Beach, and now Boynton Beach are offering new microbreweries complete with tap rooms for socialization. Copperpoint Brewing Company is Boynton Beach's most prominent contribution to microbrew culture, led by award winning brewmaster Matt Cox.

hurricane alley

Hurricane Alley

One of the favorite watering holes throughout Boynton Beach, this local tavern offers waterfront favorites like raw halfshell oysters, soups, salads, wraps, sandwiches, and even treats for the dogs allowed at their front and back outdoor seating. This accessible, ever popular local haunt is less than a mile from the beach, sitting right off US-1 between Woolbright Rd. and Boynton Beach Blvd. Locals love the shaded outdoor dining during fall and winter, with many choosing Hurricane Alley as their place to enjoy the game on Sunday.

johnny mangos garden center

Johnny Mangos Garden Center

While Johnny Mangos is technically addressed to Delray Beach, this may be the northernmost business before the Boynton Beach city line. Directly adjacent to its entryway is Gulfstream Rd. the official endpoint of Delray Beach. If we're being completely frank, Johnny Mangos offers a substantially more resplendent and healthy selection of local flora than the big box home improvement stores nearby. With local ownership, local staff, and the input of garden enthusiasts citywide, Johnny Mangos is one of the very best place to shop for your outdoor spaces, whether looking for lemon trees or hanging house plants. 



Sweetwater brings the class and quality you'd expect from a high-end cocktail bar in New York City. Inspired by a 2010 trip to the cocktail clubs that elevated so many through New York City's business climate, Sweetwater bills itself as Florida's first whiskey bar. Sweetwater isn't just a fancy place for wealthy people, despite the attention paid to the cocktails and decor. Since its founding, Sweetwater has aimed to bring the cocktail innovation that so many big city bars are famous for to Boynton Beach. With numerous accolades through our local media, whiskey tastines, and cocktail pairing dinners, there's something for everyone to enjoy this upscale establishment.

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