Thirsty for not just a yummy cocktail but also a great deal? The app Airtab, developed by CEO of Perfect Vodka and Jupiter resident Dennis Cunningham, notifies users on the best local drink specials and events taking place at their favorite bars.
SunFest—where music meets the waterfront. It’s a catchy tagline, and we have to admit we’re excited for this year’s festival happening May 3 to 7.
If adopting a greener lifestyle is on your to-do list, chances are you’ll want to check out what’s happening at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens this weekend.
Foodies take note: There’s a new chef in town, and he has replaced the tired menu of the signature restaurant at Singer Island’s most popular resort with plate after plate of exciting new flavor combinations.
Two Palm Beach County restaurants, Buccan and Grato, have been recognized among the Top 100 Hot Spots in America by OpenTable. Chef Clay Conley is the mastermind behind both of these eating establishments, and he was also recently named a James Beard Award semifinalist.
Old-school butchery, hot German pretzels, and 3-liter beer towers have found a home in Palm Beach County. Father and son team Igor and Fred Niznik are opening The Butcher Shop Beer Garden & Grill in West Palm Beach’s downtown district this April. This is the pair’s second location following the popularity of the original Wynwood restaurant that opened in 2013.
If you’re a fan of Lynora’s in Jupiter and downtown West Palm Beach, there’s good news. Soon, you’ll be able to get those same meatballs, pizzas and pastas to go.
Owners of the Lynora’s restaurants, the Abbenante family is aiming to open Lynora’s Market on West Palm’s Dixie Corridor in April. The shop will offer Lynora’s top-selling items, like eggplant parm and braciole, but as a grab-and-go market.
The first three South Florida Wawa locations are set to open this month—all on the same day. Each of the new Wawa stores will open in Palm Beach County on March 23 in a series of grand opening celebrations taking place throughout the day. Doors open at 8 a.m.
The new ballpark's housewarming party came Tuesday on its official opening day, when, for the first time, the stadium whirred with jersey-clad fans lining up for the first bites from H-Town Bar and Capitol Hill Grille; seasoned sports reporters still figuring out how to navigate the hidden pathways to the baseball diamond as if they were rookies; and team mascots, whose inanimate faces seemed to be smiling wider, all moseying about.
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