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Businesses, restaurants, recreational facilities, parks, and beaches are starting to open in Palm Beach County with new ways to keep their employees, staff, and customers healthy. The unofficial start to summer has officially begun and here are just some activities and things to do that make Palm Beach County great.

Beaches

Palm Beach County is home to more than 47 miles of pristine shoreline and 26 public beaches along the coastline.  All non-municipal County beaches are open sunrise to sunset with no specific restrictions other than to keep socially distant and no congregating in groups of 10 people or more.

Boating, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, Paddle Boarding

Being on the water is a favorite activity by many here in Palm Beach County. Given

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When your sweet tooth is kicking, the Palm Beaches have you covered. Here are some of the best local options for after dinner, or whenever you want dessert.

Palm Beach Ice Cream

Palm Beach Ice Cream’s selections are also available in hand-packed pints and quarts, no matter what flavor you wish to bring home

  • Address: 6761 W Indiantown Rd # 24, Jupiter, FL 33458

Le Macaron

Le Macaron is a boutique French bakery offering Nespresso coffee, artisan chocolates, fresh baked pastries, gelato, and 20 flavors of gluten free, hand-made macarons.

  • Address: 600 S Rosemary Ave #166, West Palm Beach, FL 33401

Sloan’s

With two locations in West Palm Beach, one in Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton, and Delray Beach, Sloan’s

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Fresh juice and smoothies are known to have a variety of health benefits. That, plus they taste good and give you energy. Being a health-conscious community, the Palm Beaches is ripe with fantastic juice and smoothie bars. Here are a few you are sure to enjoy.

Rock Steady Juice Joint

Multiple locations: Jupiter and North Palm Beach; rocksteadyjuicejoint.com

  • Why We Love It: This colorful juice joint with two locations uses all non-GMO, chemical- and pesticide-free ingredients to harness the raw power of "nature's medicine." (And the juice is delicious, too.)
  • What to Drink: "Green Medicine," packed with kale, spinach, cucumber, pear, lemon and other healthful ingredients, is the bestseller. But we're partial to "Sweet Sensi," made with
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Things are starting to get back to normal at The Gardens Mall. The two-story mall located in Palm Beach Gardens reopened Friday, May 15th for shoppers after being closed for nearly two months.

The Gardens Mall joins Boca Raton’s Town Center Mall and The Mall at Wellington Green which opened earlier this month and the Palm Beach Outlets among the list of major retailers to reopen in Palm Beach County.  

All mall employees will wear masks and every day when before their shift begins will have their temperature checked. Tables have been moved in the food court to allow for social distancing and cards are placed on tables to let customers know it have been clean and sanitized. Restaurants in the mall are currently closed for sit down dining but take

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As you continue to make healthy adjustments to your routines, we encourage you to bring date-nights-out to date-nights-in, practice healthy eating habits, and show your support for restaurants, when you can. Although most restaurants are now open in the Palm Beaches, some residents are continuing to choose takeout and delivery rather than dine-in options. If this includes you, here are some great local options offering takeout and or delivery.

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TooJay’s

Services: Delivery, takeout and catering

Delivery options: Delivery Dudes and DoorDash

Contact information:

  • Boca Raton (Glades Plaza) – (561) 392-4181

  • Boca Raton (Regency Court Plaza) – (561) 997-2986

  • Boca Raton (Polo Shoppes) – (561) 241-5903

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With summer around the corner and beaches, attractions and other places beginning to open up in Palm Beach County, we have gathered a list of some of our favorite trails throughout the area for you to explore the great outdoors.

Whether you’re into biking, hiking, walking, running or just want to explore, here is a list of some of the best trails to explore in our area.

The Lake Trail – Palm Beach

Bike, jog or walk along the intracoastal and Lake Trail on Palm Beach Island. The pathway takes you by elegant Palm Beach mansions and the blue water. The palm tree lined pathway leads to the iconic Worth Avenue filled with great shopping and restaurants.

Riverbend Park – Jupiter

The park is comprised of the historic headwaters of the

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South Florida, and especially West Palm Beach, is a great place to live if you love your dog. With year-round good weather and acres of open space, your dog will be healthy and happy. For those who like to bring their pet along, there are also a number of pet-friendly restaurants in the Palm Beaches offering accommodations.

Here are 10 of the best pet-friendly restaurants and bars in the Palm Beaches.

Darbster

Named in honor of the owner’s own rescue pup, Darbster offers a very welcoming atmosphere for dogs (and humans too)! This hip vegan bistro boasts a lovely waterside deck and a creative menu offering natural, organic, and vegetarian options. From soups and salads to sandwiches and innovative entrees, there is something for everyone here.

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Many of us are continuing to stay home and continue to isolate and other are looking for some fun things to do and still practice social distancing.

Many attractions in Palm Beach County have reopened for visitors and rules and regulations are set in place to keep your safe, healthy, and distant from each other.

Here are some Palm Beach Country attractions to do while social distancing.

Lion Country Safari

Lion Country Safari has ranked in the Top 10 attractions in the country for many years. The safari opened its drive through safari two weeks ago and you can drive through the safari in your car as many times as you wish in one day for the price of admission. You need to purchase you tickets online and in advance and tickets can be used for

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Florida restaurants are now able to serve more people for dine in services. The State of Florida was entered into its Full Phase One of reopening Monday, May 18th. Restaurants and dine in services have been closed or take out and delivery only since the middle of March.

Restaurants and dining establishments are now allowed to be operating at 50% capacity instead of the 25% capacity last week. Those who choose to eat out at a restaurant are still encouraged to follow the CDC guidelines for social distancing and tables must remain at least 6 feet apart from each other.

The order went into effect Monday and restaurants can now serve more people for dine in services indoors and outdoors. Take out and delivery is still available at local restaurants for

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 Join local Palm Beach area residents with “shelter in place” cocktails, aka S.I.P. Happy Hour! Many locals have been missing out with social interaction but also wish to shelter in place. No need to miss out on happy hour…

Residents should not have to go without great cocktails just because the bars are adhering to restricted capacity guidelines. Liz Petoniak, dining editor of Palm Beach Illustrated is hosting Instagram Live on Fridays at 5 p.m. The series began Friday, May 1, 2020 was the first-ever “SIP with PBI virtual happy hour!

Each week PBI has welcomed mixologists from local bars and eateries.The experts teach you how to craft delicious cocktails using ingredients you can find in your own kitchen. The next happy hour in the series is

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