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The Flagler Museum, formally known as the Whitehall estate is one of the most famous homes and landmarks on the island of Palm Beach. The elegant 100,000 square foot estate was built in 1902 by Henry Flagler as a wedding gift to his wife Mary. Henry Flagler was an American Industrialist and founder of Standard Oil, who is known for developing Florida’s east coast and responsible for making Palm Beach, America’s first resort destination.

The grand estate features 75 rooms and was built and designed in the Gilded Age. Flagler commissioned John Carrere and Thomas Hastings to design and built the mansion for Flagler. Hastings and Carrere were also the architects for other landmarks during the Gilded Age such as the New York Public Library and the Waldorf

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There’s nothing quite like a delicious cup of joe. Thankfully, if you live in the Palm Beaches there’s no shortage of great coffee houses. Here are a few you might enjoy.

Harold’s Lounge

Harold’s Coffee Lounge specializes in Kyoto-style cold brew coffee, but that’s not their only specialty. Fresh-pressed juices, Kombucha, a variety of teas and baked goods are also available for purchase. Come for coffee and stay for their drum circle, poetry readings, film screenings, book signings or art exhibits.

Swedish Coffee

Johan’s Joe Swedish Coffee House specializes in the sharing the “taste of Scandinavia” with The Palm Beaches, this Swedish Coffee House and Café serves up a custom blend of Sweden’s most ethical and environmentally-friendly coffee

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This Sunday March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day. A day for the patron saint of Ireland and is celebrated with cultural and religious celebrations around the world. The holiday has evolved into a giant celebration filled with parades, music, dancing, special foods, drinking, shamrocks and a lot of green.
Here are some St. Patrick’s Day events happening in Palm Beach County.

Delray Beach is hosting their annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Festival this Friday and Saturday, March 15th and 16th. Everyone is invited to show off their green and gather for a fun-filled event along Atlantic Avenue. The parade and festival is presented by the Delray Beach Firefighters and Paramedics Benevolent Fund. The Parade Pre-Party will begin this Friday, March 15th at 5 pm

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Every day through the season, the Café Des Beaux Arts at the Flagler Museum hosts afternoon tea Tuesday through Sunday. The café offers a large selection of refreshments, entertainment, sandwiches, delicacies and of course a large selection of different types and flavors of tea.

The café is located in the historic Palm Beach estate in the elegant Flagler Kenan Pavilion with great views of downtown West Palm Beach and the intracoastal. Café Des Beaux Arts serves a selection of traditional scones, sweets and gourmet sandwiches with every cup of tea severed on the estates exquisite Whitehall collection china.

Reservations for Afternoon Tea is highly suggested and can be made by calling 561-655-2833 or by visiting their website. The menu is prix-fixed,

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The IPIC Theater recently opened in Delray Beach last week. The upscale movie theater located just south of Atlantic Avenue in downtown Delray Beach on Thursday, March 7th.

The theater complex features eight giant movie screens, office and retail space and a parking garage. The movie theater seats are viewing pods, which wrap around movie goers to create your own private space. The seats recline, in addition to be very comfortable. The pods also come with hidden cup holders, a blanket and a pillow. The seat pods reduce the amount of seating per theater, but the movie theater has 443 seats with the auditoriums ranging from 40 to 80 seats in each.

Construction on the Delray Beach theater complex began in July of 2017, after waiting three years for the

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Lent can be tough. Be, thankfully, if you live in South Florida there are options. Here are a few restaurants in the Palm Beaches where you can get a meal during Lent.

Duffy’s Sports Bar

Duffy’s has a large Lent menu that includes, among others, the following items:

Pan-Blackened Ahi Tuna

Chipotle Salmon

Any Fish “Irish Style”

Shrimp Mediterranean

Lobster Grilled Cheese

Lobster Quesadilla

TooJay’s

TooJay’s, the beloved Jewish deli, actually also has a great Lent menu that is perfect for lunch. The restaurant has several locations in South Florida so you should be able to find one with relative ease if you live anywhere in the Palm Beaches.

Chick-fil-A

Chick-fil-A has brought back its fish sandwich in observance of

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Harbourside Place, Jupiter’s premier destination for shopping, dining, entertainment, luxury hotel accommodation hosts several events throughout the week including kid’s activities, Yoga on the rooftop, waterfront markets and much more. This Sunday the outdoor lifestyle center is hosting two weekly events this Sunday, March 10th.

Waterfront Market at Harbourside Place: Come stroll along the Riverwalk Plaza and Intracoastal of Harbourside Place and browse through fresh produce, home made crafts, specialty foods, local artwork, baked goods, jewelry, and much more. The market is happening Sunday, from 10 am to 4 pm and is free to attend.

Sunday Yoga on the Waterfront: Breathe Salt and Yoga are hosting a Yoga class this Sunday at 10 am. All levels of yoga

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On the second Friday of every month, Food Trucks line the streets of Downtown Abacoa for the monthly Food Truck Invasion.

Food Trucks Invasions are a growing trend for local towns and neighborhoods to get everybody together to enjoy the giant outdoor picnic. The bright and colorful food trucks line the streets and offer a variety of different food and specialties from all over the world. Trucks specialize in their own style own cuisine to develop the perfect taste to make their truck stand out from the others. The food trucks will include everything from ice cream, to burgers, tacos, Asian, pastries and much more.

At the Abacoa Amphitheater there will also be a DJ there playing the latest hits. Guests are encouraged to bring their own blankets and

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Every Wednesday, The Royal Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach hosts their weekly Jazz Night at Sant Ambroeus.

Sant Ambroeus host a live Jazz Night every Wednesday starting at 7 pm until 10 pm and during the night select menu items will be half price. The beloved New York restaurant opened its first location outside New York in the fall of 2016 in the iconic Royal Poinciana Plaza. The menu brings touches of old-world Milan through Manhattan to Palm Beach. The fine dining restaurant features a main dining room, casual bar seating, café table for outdoor dining, a gelateria, and signature coffee bar.

The menu is by the executive chef Marco Barbisotti and features the classic menu items such as Vitello Tonnato, Tagliatelle alla Bolognese. Caprese, Risotti and

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Every Wednesday on Palm Beach, the Worth Avenue Association host weekly Walking Tours from December 2018 through April 2019.

The walking tours are led by Historian Rick Rose who leads a fun and exciting tour around Palm Beach in his brightly colored suits and hats. The tours last approximately an hour and fifteen minutes.

The tours cover everything from the history of Worth Avenue and the influence the avenue has in the world of fashion. The tour also covers facts about architectural design, Architect Addison Mizner and his monkey friend, and the development of the popular social scene in Palm Beach making the island the first destination spot during the Gilded Age and the birthplace of luxury brand names.

The tour costs $10 dollars per person and the

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