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REVIEW: TA-BOO

Taboo is like eating a little piece of Palm Beach history every time you step foot in this airy haven.  It’s been around forever (1941) on Worth Avenue, a place to be and be seen.  A location for the swinging set to dance on weekend nights and the moneyed elite to cozy into a booth and enjoy a strong cocktail and menu that has stood the test of time.

Rumor has it the Bloody Mary was invented within the confines for Barbara Hutton to help quell a raging hangover.  Sinatra and Kennedy frequented the spot.  Rod Stewart still swings by often.  On this occasion, like many others, The Monster has graced Ta-boo with his presence.    

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