August 2022

There are 70 blog entries for August 2022.

The Palm Beach Photographic Centre is a hidden gem in Southeast Florida! The museum is in the heart of downtown West Palm Beach, at 415 Clematis Street. The five thousand square-foot museum gallery is respected throughout the United States, offering world-class exhibits and a free museum experience for all. Throughout the year, the museum exhibitions explore the entire spectrum of photography, from the historic to the forefront.

The Palm Beach Photographic Centre is presenting a Juried Exhibition opening on August 27, 2022, and through October 29, 2022. This exhibit provides a glimpse into the diverse work and the unique perspectives of the members of the Palm Beach Photographic Centre. Admission is FREE. There is an In Person Opening Night

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Palm Beach County has expanded Palm Beaches Restaurant Week to the Palm Beaches Restaurant Month. The month is ending on August 31, 2022. Palm Beaches Restaurant features more than 100 participating restaurants. To see participating restaurants and menus, visit click here. The Palm Beaches Restaurant Month offers visitors and local “foodies” the occasion to indulge in some of the finest of dining in The Palm Beaches with the chef driven specials and prix fix items. 

This year there are deals and offers which include esteemed locations like Cafe Boulud on Palm Beach, Throw Social in Delray Beach, and trendy newer restaurants on the scene like Stage Kitchen and Bar and Café Chardonnay in Palm Beach Gardens. 

Palm Beach Restaurant Month

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Are you a foodie and feeling a little adventurous?  The Dixie Grill and Brewery, located at 5101 South Dixie Highway, in West Palm Beach is willing to satisfy your courageous cravings with fried alligator.  Fried alligator is said to have a mild fish flavor and a firm texture firm. It goes without saying, “some people say it tastes like chicken”. It is prepared freshly, battered, fried, and served with chipotle aioli.

Forget the starched linen and stuffed shirts, this is the perfect place when you’re in the mood to chill out, relax, and enjoy some hearty, satisfying, diet-busting food. Even the salads aren’t especially diet-focused such as the steak gorgonzola and buffalo chicken salads. But all those calories come with the benefit of full-on

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The Delray Beach Market is the place to be if you love breakfast. Delray Beach Market is located at 33 SE 3rd Avenue, Delray Beach. Need a delicious cup of coffee to get your day started? Hankering those New York Style breakfast sandwiches like the ones from your favorite local deli? Grab a protein-packed treat to fuel you for the day ahead and hit the gym 

According to the press from the Delray Beach Market it “is more than just a food hall – it is a lifestyle experience, a beacon of bright energy, a place to connect, a space for visitors to savor and celebrate the vibrance of Delray Beach. Bites to satisfy any craving, craft cocktails, visionary art, immersive pop-ups – here they all collide in unexpectedly delightful ways, creating a unique and

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Come enjoy fresh, handmade, and specialty made products at the Stuart Green Market in Martin County. The green market started in 1990 and is held every Sunday beginning at 9:00 a.m. The market is your one-stop shop for everything from beachwear, authentic foods, river cruise tickets, artisan soaps, houseplants, pepper jelly, fresh produce, fresh Spanish tapas, and more!

When you buy locally you support the community and the environment. Enjoy locally caught seafood, locally grown produce, food prepared fresh, and art from local area vendors. All fruit and vegetables are freshly picked ingredients for cooking at home. The Stuart green market offers an opportunity to grab a delicious cooked "right in front of you" meal that you can eat at the market

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Good morning, Jupiter residents and visitors! Who does not love a lazy Sunday morning? So why get out of bed leisurely and grab a nutritious breakfast at one the breakfast eateries in town?

Research has found even more reasons for making room for the "most important meal of the day." Probably the most appealing benefit is that breakfast jumpstarts your metabolism and, thus, helps you burn more calories throughout the day. When you eat breakfast, you are telling your body that there are plenty of calories to be had for the day.

After breakfast at one of the recommended places below plan the rest of your day, Netflix and chill, beach with the puppy, or whatever suits your fancy!

Delicious Jupiter Area Breakfast Cafes:

1. Guanabanas Island

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Florida Boating Safety Educational Requirements require boat operators who were born on or after January 1, 1988, to obtain a Florida Boating Safety Education Identification Card to operate a motorboat with ten horsepower or more. The requirements to take an approved boating safety course and to obtain a Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) issued identification card are the same, but the age threshold for the educational requirements is now based on whether you were born on or after January 1, 1988. For more information, visit the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission website.

The greatest boating safety tip for any Jupiter boater is to always wear a lifejacket! Most people who drown in boating accidents know how to

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Sit back, relax, and “live life like a legend.” Legends Tavern and Grille, located at 4550 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens is more than just a sports bar. They want to be known as your neighborhood go-to eatery. The gastropub serves up a fabulous menu of legendary traditional bar bites, New American fare, local area craft beers, and jaunty signature cocktails! Legends offer dining experiences for foodies, families, and sporting fans equally.

The eatery is a casual indoor-outdoor restaurant concept. Check out the menu here. They offer options for dining including: 

Bottomless Cocktails

Weekly Saturday & Sunday

11:30 am

Mimosas & Peach Bellinis 

Saturday & Sunday 

11:30 a.m. until 3:00 p.m.

Monday Burger Night


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Have you ever wondered why Palm Beach County has a population of 1,496,770 making it the third-most populous county in the State of Florida and the 25th-most populous county in the United States. It could very well be Palm Beach County’s 47 miles of coastline and gorgeous tropical climate offer endless opportunities for dining with a water view. The county offers come-as-you-are beach bars with sand on the floor to open-air restaurants overlooking intracoastal waterways. Try one of these local favorites for lunch or dinner.

Guanabanas, 960 North Highway A1A, Jupiter, FL 33477

Sitting on a quiet offshoot of the Intracoastal Waterway across from a lush park, Guanabanas is a hidden gem that feels like paradise. The palm-fringed patios, stone

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“Beyond the Wall: Visions of the Asian Experience in America”, features large mural works by contemporary artists JUURI, Hiromi Moneyhun, Elena Ohlander, Boy Kong, and Casey Kawaguchi. The exhibit is at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is located at 4000 Morikami Park Road, Delray Beach and runs through September 25, 2022.

Asian immigrants have played a fundamental role in the building of this nation in all facets of life, including agriculture, business, medicine, technology, and the arts. Beyond the Wall features the work of five dynamic contemporary artists of Japanese and Asian American descent who explore their cultural heritage and individual identities through the powerful, large-scale medium of the mural. The artists’

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