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DESTINATION: The Palm Beaches
“Florida’s Golf Capital”
Renowned for its gorgeous beaches and wildlife preservations, “Florida’s Golf Capital” is also a terrific Florida destination for cultural and art venues, trendy shopping districts, acclaimed celebrity chef-owned restaurants, world class golf courses and unique family friendly attractions.
GETTING TO THE PALM BEACHES
Palm Beach County lies 60 miles north of Miami and 150 miles southeast of Orlando. If you are planning to fly, West Palm Beach’s Palm Beach International Airport conveniently serves The Palm Beaches with major airlines providing daily non-stop service. The airport is located just two-and-a-half miles from top resorts, pristine beaches, the Convention Center and West Palm Beaches’ downtown district.
If you love the water, there’s no better place to start your adventure than in northern Palm Beach County which is only a short 25 minute drive from the Palm Beach International Airport. With pristine tropical beaches bordered by two ocean inlets, this...
Lake Worth, Palm Beach/Manalapan, Wellington, West Palm Beach and Lake Ocheechobee & The Glades all lie in the heart of Palm Beach County. With an international airport and two train lines, Central Palm Beach County serves as the main transportation hub...
Just 38 miles west of the Palm Beaches lies Lake Okeechobee - Florida’s bass fishing paradise. It’s also home of “The Glades” an area that includes Belle Glade, Pahokee and South Bay which are all within 10 miles of one another. Combining the ethereal...
Whether you’re jonesing for the laid back luxury of Boca Raton, the old Florida charm of Boynton Beach or a fun loving seaside village like Delray Beach, South Palm Beach County is a fun place to hang. With its close proximity to West Palm Beach Airport...
Sushi & Stroll Summer Walk Series
Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens
On select Friday evenings in the summertime, we welcome guests to take part in the rare opportunity to stroll the gardens at sunset during Sushi & Stroll! Experience three exhilarating taiko performances and enjoy premium Japanese sake & ice cold beer. Taste Pan-Asian cuisine from the Cornell Café.
Friday, July 13, 2018 @ 5:30pm
Friday, August 10, 2018 @ 5:30pm
Friday, September 14, 2018 @ 5:30pm
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DINE OUT DOWNTOWN DELRAY RESTAURANT WEEK
August 1, 2018
August 7, 2018
Various Locations in Downtown Delray Beach
Downtown Delray Beach offers a wide variety of fun in the sun, shopping and restaurants. If you are visiting in early August take advantage of Dine Out Downtown Delray Restaurant Week, August 1st – 7th. This week-long event offers multi-course prix fixe menus starting for lunch at $20 and dinner at $40 per person.
With over 35 participating restaurants along Atlantic Avenue, Pineapple Grove and the Sofa district there are options for everyone in your group. Local favorites like Deck 84 and City Oyster offer diners local fresh seafood. While 50 Ocean and Caffe Luna Rosa will leave you just steps from the sandy beaches of the Atlantic Ocean.
Restaurant Week Dining Offers
Multi-Course Prix Fixe Lunches: $20 and under per person*
Multi-Course Prix Fixe Dinners: $40 and under per person*
Reservations are strongly encouraged & may be made directly through the participating restaurants & merchants. No passes, tickets or coupons required. *Pricing does not include tax or gratuity.
More To Do
There’s no shortage of things to do in Delray Beach, and the center of the action is Atlantic Avenue, which runs from Interstate 95 all the way to Delray Beach’s sun-soaked shoreline. This pedestrian-friendly thoroughfare boasts quaint brick sidewalks, gaslight-style street lamps and a seemingly endless patchwork of restaurants, watering holes, shops, galleries and even a pinball museum with a sea of shiny, playable machines.
Visit the Dine Out Delray website
FLAVOR PALM BEACH
September 1-30, 2018 Various Restaurants, Throughout The Palm Beaches, FL Flavor Palm Beach is ready to excite, tantalize and satisfy your every palate craving. For an entire month, restaurants and bistros offer prix fixe menus for lunch and dinner to tempt you to taste the local cuisine scene from Jupiter to Boca Raton. It’s Okay to be a Cheap Date Experience menus that define the art of dining in The Palm Beaches. Choose from our best restaurants and enjoy a three-course lunch for $20 or dinner for $30 – $45 per person. Here’s your opportunity to try restaurants you’ve heard so much about – without breaking the bank. Gastronomic Goodness With more than 50 restaurants, September is your month to discover the many flavors of The Palm Beaches. Interested in Italian? How about Vic and Angelo’s in Palm Beach Gardens. Where’s the beef? Try 3 locations of Ruth’s Chris or 2 locations of Morton’s Steakhouse. And if you’re looking for the ambience of the ocean or waterfront, Flavor Palm Beach has restaurants for the north end to the south. Whatever your appetite, entice your every craving with creative and inventive dishes found nowhere else.
BOYNTON BEACH HAUNTED PIRATE FEST AND MERMAID SPLASH
October 21 – 22, 2017 East Ocean Avenue & Federal Highway, Downtown Boynton Beach, Boynton Beach, FL 33435 Avast, Me Hearties! Look smartly, now . . . Boynton Beach will once again play host to swarthy pirates and mermaid beauties. For two days, swabbies young and old are invited to raise the Jolly Roger and have fun with all things pirate. From pirate reenactments, gypsies and beautiful mermaids, to street performers and even maybe ol’ Captain Jack himself, all those attending are assured an unforgettable and memorable great time at this FREE event. Savvy? Ahoy, Ye Land Lubbers! And shiver me timbers . . . there’s so much more. Open to the public, a colorful walking Jolly Roger Jamboree Parade of Mermaids and Mariners encourage all to dress in pirate togs and brightest dress. There will be a Hooks and Tails Costume Contest to find the very best costume for both pirates and mermaids. Enjoy Hobb’s Cove, non-stop entertainment on 12 stages, acrobats, a live mermaid tank, children shows and treasure hunts, interactive pirate ships, and much, much more. So, me buckos, gather your togs and your first mate and see you there. We promise . . . no walking the plank is necessary. Well, maybe not.
25th Street Painting Festival
Lake Worth, February 23-24, 2019 Lasting only until the next raindrop, this street painting festival turns asphalt into artwork. The Lake Worth Street Painting Festival features temporary masterpieces in an open-air museum of art, sound and aromatic delights. Free admission and fun activities make for an amazing adventure. The Chalk of the Town Lasting only until the next raindrop, this street painting festival turns asphalt into artwork. Largest of its kind in the country, this festival features temporary masterpieces in an open-air museum of art, sound and aromatic delights using the actual street as pavement becomes canvas. Graffiti of a Different Kind Uniqueness never truly duplicated whether a classic masterpiece or a 3D widescreen tricking the viewer into seeing something it’s not, such as falling into a deep crater or a fantastical flying dragon, is what street painting is all about. Environmentally friendly chalks transform asphalt and sidewalks into living art in a centuries old tradition. Combined with free admission, live music, tasty food and drink, children’s creative areas and more adventures throughout the weekend; makes this a family-friendly experience you will want to attend year after year.
Delray Affair, April 12-14, 2019
Filled with entertainers, top-notch artists and exhibitors, the Delray Affair is a true affair to remember. Palm tree-lined vistas welcome you to South Florida’s oldest and largest outdoor festival. Stroll the bricked sidewalk of Atlantic Avenue as art, music and food specialties open before you. Along the Atlantic Palm tree-lined vistas welcome you to South Florida’s oldest and largest outdoor festival. Stretching over 12 city blocks and nicknamed the “Greatest Show under the Sun”, the Delray Affair is filled with entertainers, top-notch artists and exhibitors. Free admission makes the Delray Affair is a true affair to remember – from Atlantic Avenue to the Intracoastal. The Street Scene Celebrate more than half a century of art, live music and amazing street food in scenic downtown Delray Beach. Be a part of the crowd and enjoy the something-for-everyone atmosphere surrounding more than 800 vendors featuring hand-crafted arts and crafts, two beer gardens, and get your “fix” for all those festival goodies, including the famous conch fritters and enjoy the live music.
Boho Chic Antica Sartoria Italian Resort Wear
It was the small turquoise fish logo that first caught her eye. As Renée Schaefer and her husband Curtis Sigretto explored the small picturesque town of Positano on Italy’s breathtaking Amalfi coast, they stumbled upon a small boutique called “Antica Sartoria.” The store’s unique fish shaped logo drew the couple inside where they discovered clothing that was very different from anything in the States. Antica Sartoria’s clothing designs were boho chic – fresh, inspiring and offering gorgeous statement-making pieces. Established during a fashion revolution in the ’60s when the famous “Moda Positano” style was born, all of Antica Sartoria’s clothes are designed by Giacomo Cinque who so loved embroidery and blending patterns that he started his own line of clothing incorporating daring color on light, airy fabrics. Far from the ordinary, his dazzling collection is now displayed and sold in dozens of Antica Sartoria stores in Italy, along with retail locations in Germany, France and England. While visiting Italy’s Positano store, Renée and Curtis immediately fell in love with Giacomo’s clothing and decided right then and there to bring his fabulous line of Italian resort wear to Florida. Needless to say, for the boutique’s loyal fashionista following, owning one-of-a-kind clothing that not many others have makes is all the moreboho chic. In addition to the embroidered Indian gauze shirts, pearl-embellishedjeans, caftans, bathing suits, shirt dresses and other “must haves,” Antica Sartoria also carries lots of fun, colorful accessories and boho-inspired beach bags, along with a great selection of children’s clothing. You can find Antica Sartoria in Palm Beach Downtown at the Gardens on the first floor of Cobb Theater (561-799-1777); in Delray Beach at 512 E. Atlantic Avenue (561-501-7977); in Naples at Mercato Center next to Wine Loft (239-682-4006); and in Key West at 419A Duval St. across from La Concha Hotel (305-296-7617).