Lake Worth Beach Commerce & Culture
Lake Worth Lagoon and Lake Osborne connect east-west via two avenues, Lake and Lucerne, which form the heart of Lake Worth Beach’s commercial district. There’s a small-town historic feel to the overall area, home to notable buildings like the Art Deco-style Lake Worth Playhouse. Historic bona fides, however, do not end there for Lake Worth Beach. North of downtown is a spread of residential areas nationally-recognized for their Spanish Revival architecture. Not one to shy away from a celebration, Lake Worth Beach hosts festivals all year round. It’s a practice that has established the place as one of South Florida’s most vibrant. Sometimes, the city itself becomes a canvas for street painting—other times, it celebrates trees or music or indulges in Oktoberfest-style beer drinking and merriment. Lake Worth Beach’s downtown has been revitalized and is full of local shops and galleries, plus some excellent restaurants reflecting the community’s cultural diversity.