August 2019

There are 153 blog entries for August 2019.

A delicious breakfast is one of life’s great pleasures. Thankfully, for those who live in South Florida, The Palm Beaches have a variety of great restaurants to satisfy your morning hunger. Here are three of our favorites.

Howley’s

Whether you’re a fan of big American breakfasts or eye-catching art, you won’t be disappointed at Howley’s. The walls at this eclectic West Palm Beach diner, which dates back to 1950, display a rotating selection of artwork from local talent. The kitchen features breakfast staples like corned beef hash and eggs, French toast, Belgian waffles, and much, much more, all of which is made with organic, locally sourced ingredients.

The Nook

The kitchen at The Nook in Jupiter churns out decadent breakfast specials like

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There’s a vibrant art scene in the Palm Beaches and it’s anchored by a growing number of galleries and cultural museums. Here are a few that you might enjoy.

Arthouse 429

In the heart of West Palm Beach’s Art’s District in Northwood Village, Arthouse 429 is designed to house a wide variety of contemporary pieces, including painted works and freeform installations from artists such as Anon, Joel Cohen and Mary Coyle. Explore the outdoor sculpture garden, or enjoy the view from this gallery’s reception area on the second level outdoor terrace.

Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens

The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, the former home to sculptor Ann Weaver Norton, displays more than 100 original works, including nine monumental sculptures. The Gardens

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Every Monday during the month of September, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum hosts their weekly Twilight Yoga At The Light event.

The popular event is open for all level of yoga and the class is taught by Yoga instructor Mary Veal. The class begins at sunset and you get to experience the serenity and relaxation of yoga on the Lighthouse deck.

If you plan on attending, you’ll need to bring your Yoga mat, a water bottle, and a flashlight. The class will meet 10 minutes prior to the starting time of the class. The classes are weather dependent and last approximately an hour, check their website for more updates.

Twilight Yoga At The Light Schedule:
Monday, September 9th: Class begins at 7 pm.
Monday, September 16th: Class begins at 7 pm.
Monday, September

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There’s no better reason to live in the Palm Beaches than the great outdoors. There’s enough to do around here to fill up a lifetime’s worth of fun weekends. Here are a few of our favorite outdoor activities in Palm Beach County.

Paddle Boarding

The Palm Beaches has 125 miles of tropical waterways, so treating him to a paddle board or a kayak is a sure-fire hit. There are many places to go kayaking or paddling, including the Jupiter Inlet, Lake Worth and sections of the Intracoastal Waterway. You can rent the needed gear at places like Jupiter Outdoor Center, Kayak Lake Worth, and Blueline Surf and Paddle Co.

Explore Nature

There’s a huge selection of 85 parks in the Palm Beaches, all of which are just a drive away, including the

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There are many great seafood restaurants in the Palm Beaches, here are a few of our favorites.

The Breakers

Located within the iconic Breakers Palm Beach, this seafood bar truly deserves its reputation as an unforgettable dining experience. Featuring a beautiful aquarium bar, nautical yacht theme and a to-die-for view of the Atlantic, this is the place for freshly caught and freshly prepared seafood dishes. The Seafood Bar promises a full Palm Beach-style dining experience, and it certainly delivers.

Where: 1 S. County Rd., Palm Beach, FL 33480

Cod and Capers Seafood

A popular and well-respected market for fresh and frozen seafood, Cod and Capers Seafood added a café a few years back. They describe their fare as “simple, yet delicious”

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South Florida has some of the best plant-life you will find anywhere under the sun. Here are some of the most beautiful gardens you can visit in the Palm Beaches.

Pan’s Garden

Pan’s Garden is a beautiful botanical garden devoted to preserving Florida’s native plants. The garden takes its name from the bronze statue of Pan of Rohallion that graces the garden’s entrance pool. Highlighted by graceful gumbo limbo trees, endangered Florida rosemary and butterfly orchids in addition to a broad spectrum of other regional flora, Pan’s Garden allows visitors to escape Palm Beach’s business district for a relaxing break. Admission is free.

The Society of The Four Arts Botanical Garden

Created in 1938 by the Garden Club of Palm Beach, the Botanical

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There's a lot to eat, drink, and do in downtown West Palm Beach. Here are a few of our favorite places that you're sure to enjoy.

Camelot

Camelot is a Kennedy beach house-inspired club that is a favorite among locals. It's semi-private with an upscale bar and lounge, keeping up with the classy Presidential feel of the club. Grab a drink and dance the night away in style.

The Blink Monk

The Blink Monk is a restaurant and bar that specializes in affordable fine wines, gourmet small plates, and artisanal cheeses. The two-story loft has a floor to ceiling wine cellar, soft elegant lighting, and wood accent walls and paneling. Guests feel as though they have stepped into a chic dinner party in Manhattan, all while being in the heart of West

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The Wakodahatchee Wetlands is a park located in Delray Beach, Florida. The park was created on 50 acres of unused utility land and transformed into a recreation wetland open to the public with a three-quarter mile boardwalk that crosses between open water pond areas, emergent marsh areas, shallow shelves, and islands with shrubs and snags to foster nesting and roosting. The boardwalk has interpretive signage as well as gazebos with benches along the way.

The Wakodahatchee Wetlands is part of the South section of the Great Florida Birding Trail and offers many opportunities to observe birds in their natural habitats.

Wakodahatchee has a three-quarter-mile boardwalk, and along the way, you will see birds that are so used to the passing people and

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This month, the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their popular Hike Through History event this Saturday, September 7th.

Come and join the staff and hike through the 120 plus acres of the Lighthouse Natural Conservation Area to learn about the history of the historic site, the nature and the Lighthouse. The hike is roughly about 2 miles. The historic site is just one of three naturals sites in the United States and the site is protected by the Bureau of Land Management’s Natural Conservation Land Programs.

The hike is occurring this Saturday, September 7th at 8:30 am. The hike meets at the Lighthouse Flagpole and approximately last about 2 hours. The hike is open to those 5 years old and older, those under the age of 13 must be accompanied by

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Year-round access to the beautiful, South Florida outdoors is one of the greatest things about living in Palm Beach County. Here are a few natural parks that you and your family can enjoy and explore.

Green Cay

Green Cay Nature Center and Wetlands overlooks 100 acres of constructed wetland from a 1 1/2-mile boardwalk trail. Shimmering water is everywhere since the area is filled with natural ponds, examples of hammock swamp and ages-old cypress swamp. This quick visit will bring you close to egret and bunting during bird season, and a nature center will entertain and educate the entire family about the natural treasures to be found in the wetlands.

Wakodahatchee Wetlands

Delray Beach is a town of diverse attractions and things to do. A

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