Angle (Palm Beach, FL)

This Florida restaurant's global wine selection is designed to cater to any diner's palate.


Glowing with candlelight in its sleek and urbane space, this quintessential Palm Beach supper club in the Ritz-Carlton Palm Beach Hotel serves linecaught fish, dry-aged prime beef and farm-to-table vegetables.

Destination Bottles:

Krug 1985 Collection Brut (Champagne)
Aubert 2008 Ritchie Vineyard Chardonnay (Sonoma Coast)
Evening Land 2009 Blue Label Pinot Noir (Willamette Valley)

Sommelier James Manuel’s wine list is designed to cater to every palate, providing a diverse selection from around the globe. With vintages dating back to 1906, and at prices ranging from $32 to $3,600, it caters to most every wallet as well.

For more information about this Manalapan, FL, restaurant, click here.

For more Florida restaurants, visit Baires Grill, Bern's Steakhouse, Hakkasan, Jiko-The Cooking Place and Prime One Twelve.

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Reader Comments:
Dec 17, 2011 08:56 am
 Posted by  ghrivera

I can not believe that you did not included Cafe Boulud, L'Escalier nor Flagler Steak House in your list. All are located in Palm Beach and have a wider selection vertically and horizontally than all of your Florida selections with the exception of Bern's. Perhaps an overside from your selection staff.

Dec 29, 2011 09:35 am
 Posted by  AndrewHoover


Thank you for taking the time to sound off on our America’s 100 Best Wine Restaurants of 2011. While I’m sorry you were disappointed that Café Boulud, L’Escalier and Flagler Steak House did not make 2011’s list, our editors were proud to include six fantastic Florida restaurants and we do appreciate your feedback.

Alexis Korman
Senior Associate Editor

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