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The Cooper




Name:Patricia Nemeth
Occupation: Stay at homewife and doggy mom
Lives In: Palm Beach Gardens
Restaurant Pick: The Cooper
Reviewed:The Cooper

The Cooper has a great location on Pga Blvd, with ample parking and valet service. We were seated immediately, I like that the tables are not on top of one another. We were greeted by the server promptly. Everything flowed from learning about their evening specials to ordering refills, our glasses were never empty. I felt welcome to return.


Name:Gary Ruff
Occupation:Interior Designer
Lives In: Delray Beach
Restaurant Pick: Table 26
Reviewed: The Cooper

The Cooper has a unique menu with numerous choices, from snacks to full dinner. It has an ambience that welcomed, a staff that loved their work and delicious well-presented food. On arrival, the reception desk was a little flustered as the Winter crowd was back and I was a little concerned when seated off by myself, but waitress Jenna C went out of her way to make the evening a truly special and unique experience.


Name: Ron Santos
Occupation: Business Consultant
Lives In:Weston, Florida
Restaurant Pick: The Pelican
Reviewed: The Cooper

We were warmly greeted and seated right away by our hostess. We chose to sit outside and Graham (our server) greeted us shortly thereafter.Graham walked us through the menu and was recommending some of the platter type offerings since we had not been there before. He talked my wife into the $12 bottomless Mimosa bar and the Mediterranean Mezze Board, the Sesame Seared Bigeye Tuna Salad and the Cooper Max Breakfast.

We did lots of sharing but there was plenty of food to go around. The big highlights were the Pecan Wood Bacon, one of the greatest bacons on earth! The Duck Hash, which would be worth a trip there just to get that. I did not get it with my meal, but Graham so camethrough by bringing me a sample since my sausage was pretty dry.

Kale Hummus was delicious and so was the roasted eggplant spread which paired so well with the falafel. It was a pretty busy brunch but the staff seemed to keep up pretty well. Graham did a good job refilling waters and Mimosa’s. We got the bill shortly after requesting it and Graham offered us some Carrot Cake muffins as his compliment, since we did not have any dessert. Would be very tempted to try the Bloody Mary Bar next time and absolutely get into their meats and cheeses, which looked divine!

Restaurant Information


Location: 4610 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens 33418 Suite # 100
Parking: Shopping center lot
Phone: 561-622-0032
Restaurant Owners: Richard Rosenthal, William Penenori (Partner)
Executive Chef: Adam Brown 
Pastry Chef: N/A

Type of Cuisine: American Cuisine- Farm-to-table
Signature Dishes: Vegetable Palette
Vegetarian Options: Yes many
Alcohol Served: Yes
Corkage Fee: $25
Bottle Limit: No

Restaurant Hours: 
Monday –11:30 AM- 10:00 PM
Tuesday – 11:30 AM- 10:00 PM
Wednesday –11:30 AM- 10:00 PM
Thursday –11:30 AM- 10:00 PM
Friday – 11:30 AM- 10:00 PM
Saturday – 11:30 AM- 10:00 PM
Sunday – 11 AM- 3 PM (BRUNCH)4 PM-10 PM

Meals Served: Lunch, Dinner, Sunday Brunch
Prix Fix Menu: If requested
Take-Out: Yes
Delivery: No
Average Dinner Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 20% gratuity, w/o alcohol):
Average Lunch Price Range (per person, full meal, tax, 20% gratuity, w/o alcohol): $15-20
Payment Options: do you accept credit cards and if so, which ones? All major credit cards
Accept Reservations: Yes
Need Reservations: Yes
How far in advance do you require reservations be made: 1-2 weeks

Accommodations for Children: Yes
Dining Style: Casual
Disabled Access: Yes
Restaurant Size: 250
Accommodate Groups: Up to 12 only
Private Dining Room:
Tables with Scenic Views:
Outdoor Dining: