The 19th annual South Florida Garlic Fest is heading into the national spotlight. The Cooking Channel’s “Carnival Eats” has selected the food festival to be featured on Season 6, premiering in the spring
Popular West Palm Beach and Wellington eatery Field of Greens recently opened its newest project, called The Shack. Located in CityPlace, it offers guests healthy meal options.
Whether you’re looking to impress a new valentine or have many years together, there’s one swift way to ensure that your day of romance is entirely forgettable: make it predictable. Instead, why not demonstrate your love by doing something different this year? With local options ranging from escape rooms to a long weekend living like royalty, there are countless ways to up the romance and celebrate your love.
For the first time in its 11-year history, the Palm Beach Wine Auction will share its catalog online before the event, allowing wine aficionados around the world to pre-bid on the auction’s exclusive lots.
Impress your valentine at Okeechobee Steakhouse with an exclusive dinner. The restaurant is offering two dinner packages for $1,000 each, complete with roses, tableside courses and exclusive wines.
Calling all horse and polo lovers: you can spend a weekend getting the inside scoop on all things equestrian with Wellington Insider Tours.
Galley, the restaurant at Hilton West Palm Beach featuring global dishes, has reopened its doors following a redesign.
West Palm Beach is seeking to embark on a series of design improvements to Clematis Street—and the city wants to hear your opinions.
The bridge, which connects West Palm Beach and Palm Beach, will turn a shimmering pink tonight in a symbol of support for hurricane victims as Susan G. Komen kicks off two weekends of events benefitting breast cancer programs.
Audrey Gruss is the president of The Audrey and Martin Gruss Foundation, which she established 30 years ago with her husband Martin to support charitable activities in the cultural arts, education and medical research.
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