January 2021

There are 104 blog entries for January 2021.

La Goulue, located at 288 S County Rd, Palm Beach,  which opened in October, is the sister restaurant of the New York City  La Goulue eatery. Restaurateur Jean Denoyer points out that La Goulue is a restaurant of New York or Palm Beach, but from France. As one would expect, the service was flawless, from arrival at valet parking, to the beautiful open bar area and great selection of French wines right on through to dessert. La Goulue is perfect with a menu of divine classics such as a Gruyère, Parmesan, and white truffle souffle.  The souffle has been a favorite at the NYC location since 1972. The food itself is pure self-indulgence which is perfectly suited to a restaurant whose name translates to “the glutton.”

To step into La Goulue on Palm

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Farmer’s Table, located at 951 US Highway 1, North Palm Beach, nestled inside the clubhouse at The North Palm Beach Country Club, you will find Farmer’s Table is a dining experience like none other! Farmer’s Table would like to serve as the community restaurant, with food that has been sourced cleanly and responsibly, so you know you are eating the best the planet has to offer.  Farmer’s Table is committed to only serve food that has been sourced cleanly. You will never find any chemical, hormone, pesticide, or antibiotics in of the proteins they serve.

Farmer’s Table refers to the cuisine on their menu “feel good food” for several reasons. First, it is good for you.  It is nutritious and healthy for the body without denying you of taste or

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Have you ever wanted to learn to play the “sport of kings’ a/k/a polo? The International Polo School within the International Polo Club Palm Beach, 3667 120th Ave S, Wellington, Florida, is in full swing this season and entering its fourth year. The polo school is a full-service polo campaign. The school offers lessons, stabling, four, six, and 8 goal leagues, coaching leagues, and horse leasing.

The game of polo has evolved over 2,500 years into quite a display.  Polo is all about speed, finesse and great bravery of both horse and rider. Polo was at first a training game for cavalry units, usually the king’s guard or other elite troops played this training game. It is one of the world's oldest known team sports.[

What is now Wellington started

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A local favorite activity to do on the weekends is attend of one Northern Palm Beach County’s local GreenMarkets. From now until late spring, the GreenMarkets offer some of the best and freshest produce, flowers, spices and teas, homemade baked goods, local honey, unique homemade items, and much more.

The GreenMarkets occur every Saturday and Sunday mornings and are rain or shine.

Jupiter GreenMarkets

J-Town Farmers Market at El Sol

The neighborhood resource center blocks off the parking lot every weekend for their weekly Sunday Farmers Market. The market is from 9 am to 1 pm through the end of April.  J-Town Farmers Market carries only locally grown, just-harvested fruits and vegetables along with fresh flowers, imported cheeses, handmade

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Head on out to the 15th Annual Jupiter Craft Brewers Festival at the Abacoa Amphitheater, 1260 University Boulevard, Jupiter.  Sample and savor brews from some of South Florida’s finest breweries as well as some of the nation’s brightest breweries. With paid admission and proper identification (must 21 years of age or older) guests will have the opportunity to experience unlimited samples of the brews. All this while listening to some of the best local entertainment around!

Once within the outdoor festival venue there is an assortment of hand-selected breweries showcasing their best concoctions for you to sample. The Jupiter area anticipates cool weather this weekend, so why not spend it outside listening to live music from the 60’s, 70’s and 80’s

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This year is the 30th Anniversary Race for the Cure in South Florida! The Komen Race for the Cure is a wonderful, event-filled celebration full of inspiration and hope. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic we cannot meet in person this year. Race for the Cure invites you to join in the mission to “save lives by meeting the most critical needs in our community and funding research breakthroughs for the cures” by participating in the virtual program on Race Day. 

Instead of gathering on Flagler Drive, at the Meyer Amphitheater in West Palm Beach, this year the race will gather virtually. This important annual event raises significant funds for the breast cancer movement, thanks to supporters and survivors around the world who step up and act

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Country music star Kenny Chesney's "No Shoes Reefs" organization’s first artificial reef deployment of a four 10,000 lb goliath reef balls about .5 miles off Delray Beach kicks off the development of a 32-acre underwater reef park in Palm Beach County.

No Shoes Reefs partnered with Palm Beach County Reefs, CCA Florida, Reef Ball Foundation, Sandoway Discovery Center, Building Conservation Trust and Global SubDive to deploy 130,000 pounds of goliath reef balls. Reefs matter for us and for the environment in countless ways. Artificial reefs are useful tools for restoring our reef systems to a natural and productive balance.

The reef site is located offshore just over 0.5 miles east of Delray Beach, Florida (26o 27.178/-80o 02.739). No Shoes Reefs 4

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The River Center in Jupiter is hosting their second annual Atala Butterfly Festival and Family Day this weekend. Head to the River Center this Saturday for the fun-filled event.

The Butterfly Festival celebrates the Atala Butterfly. The butterfly was once thought to be extinct, but the beautiful butterfly is local here in Jupiter and is thriving right in our own backyards.

The day’s events will include butterfly arts and crafts, a Native Plant sale, Native Plant seed harvesting, Tours of the River Center migratory bird and butterfly garden, and more.

Tickets are available for this weekend’s event and are limited due to space. The River Center is offering two time slots for the event. From 10 am to 11:30 am and from 11:30 am to 1 pm. When

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Join Palm Beach County IHOP restaurants and enjoy “All You Can Eat” pancakes with choice breakfast combos or get a bonus stack of 2 pancakes when you order select combos for delivery or to-go! The special offer is back for a limited time only.  You can find an IHOP in Jupiter as well as in North Palm Beach.

 Pancakes have been around for centuries as a favorite staple in many cultures’ diets. They began over 30,000 years ago during the Stone Age. Researchers have found pancakes in the stomach of Otzi the Iceman, human remains dating back 5,300 years.

Ancient Greek poets, Cratinus and Magnes, wrote about pancakes in their poetry. Shakespeare even mentions them in his famous plays.  American-style pancakes likely began in the form of Johnnycakes,

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One of Palm Beach Gardens most popular attractions, The Gardens Mall has recently added more stores to their directory. In the past six months, the local mall has welcomed nine new stores and two pop-up locations.

The large shopping mall features more than 1.4 million square feet of entertainment, dining, events, and shopping. The mall features two-stories and more than 160 stores with major anchors like Saks Fifth Avenue, Bloomingdales. Nordstrom’s, Sears, and Macy’s.

New stores that have opened in the mall include:

Watches of Switzerland: the store highlights Omega and TAG Heuer brand watches. The store is now open on the upper level of the mall.

Amazon 4-Star: Amazon chose The Gardens Mall to be its first brick and mortar location in

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