Books, spir­its and good food all mix at The Book Cel­lar

The Palm Beach Post - Neighborhood Post - Western Palm Beach County - - Front Page - By Adri­ana Del­gado Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

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The book­store/café of­fers a va­ri­ety of sa­vory and sweets made fresh by its own chef. Their flat­breads in­clude goat cheese, margherita, pep­per­oni and pro­sciutto arugula, toasted lightly for crunch­i­ness. Ca­presse av­o­cado, goat cheese ham ched­dar and pro­sciutto sand­wiches make up ad­di­tional op­tions, while car­rot cake, choco­late bundt and key lime pie make up de­li­cious dessert op­tions.

AT­MOS­PHERE

The café and wine bar is lo­cated at the back of the book­store, giv­ing cus­tomers the per­fect op­por­tu­nity to browse a va­ri­ety of fic­tion and non-fic­tion books, in ad­di­tion to post­cards, nov­elt y T- shir ts, book­marks and other gift as­sort­ments. The book­store is lo­cated in a quaint pink build­ing on Lake Av­enue, which gives it a cozy and vin­tage feel. 801 Lake Ave, Lake Worth, 561-452-5456

M-Thurs., 8 a.m.8 p.m.; F-Sat., 8 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sun., 9 a.m.-7 p.m.

REA­SON TO GO

The tran­quil at­mos­phere and the wide se­lec­tion of reads make it the per­fect spot for book­store afi­ciona­dos. The small café with soft jazz mu­sic is a per­fect perk, mak­ing it both a pleas­ant book shop­ping and din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence.

FA­VORITE FOOD/ PRICE

The margherita flat­bread ($6) topped with a touch of red wine vi­nai­grette and served with a side salad was cer­tainly an op­ti­mal choice. The por- tions of the flat­bread are gen­er­ous, made up of four large pieces that can sat­isfy a hearty ap­petite. The key lime pie ($5.50) was the cho­sen dessert, creamy with just the right tang of lime made it the per­fect af­ter din­ner choice ac­com­pa­nied by a green tea latte, which is by far an un­usual but de­li­cious ex­pe­ri­ence.

SER­VICE

Be­cause the food is prep a re d o n s i t e i n a s mal l kitchen space, some dishes can take a while to be served, but noth­ing un­rea­son­able.

NOISE LEVEL

It is gen­er­ally a quiet place, the noise only in­creas­ing when there is a live band or per­for­mance on sched­uled nights.

KID FRIENDLY

Fam­i­lies are cer­tainly wel­come. Although there is no chil­dren’s menu, the sand­wiches and desser ts c an cer­tainly suit the tastes of younger din­ers.

CON­TRIB­UTED

The café and wine bar at The Book Cel­lar is lo­cated at the back of the book­store, giv­ing cus­tomers the per­fect op­por­tu­nity to browse a va­ri­ety of fic­tion and non­fic­tion books. The book­store is lo­cated in a quaint pink build­ing, which gives it a cozy...

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