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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

St. Patrick’s Day is a cultural and religious celebration held every March 17th, which is the traditional day of the death of Saint Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. It was made an official day of feast in the early 17th century. The date commemorates St. Patrick and the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, and the heritage and culture of the Irish people. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in more countries than any other national festival.

Wear green, catch a parade,  go to your local, have some traditional Irish food and a green beer and come out to celebrate!



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Food Trucks Coming To Our Area!

The food truck craze is huge right now. Lots of great food and atmosphere. It’s not just junk food, it’s gourmet food and a great place to meet friends and party! It is a block party, a great way to meet your neighbors and get a delicious meal! And a great way to attract new people to the area where the trucks are located.

Food trucks started popping up around 2010. The economic downturn that year got chefs thinking creatively. Food trucks are a great way to get all you want to eat from several different vendors. Variety is the name of the game. You can find hot dogs, Mexican food, lobster, hamburgers, egg rolls and even Philly cheese steaks!

The food trucks will be in Jupiter, 5:30 til 10PM at 1203 Town Center, Jupiter, second Friday of the month. Tequesta 5 til 9 PM, first Friday of the month at Constitution Park. And Hobe Sound, 5 til 9 PM, the 3rd Saturday of the month, at Mars and Apollo Streets. Come out and enjoy!

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What’s Fun In Palm Beach County This Summer

It’s the dog days of Summer. What do you do to keep the kids from getting bored? (And driving you crazy!) Palm Beach County has so many activities that you’ll have trouble making up your mind on how you want to spend your day. Here’s just a sampling.

If you are trying to stay cool and don’t want to broil at the beach, The Rapids Waterpark in Riviera Beach is the place to go. The Rapids is the largest waterpark in South Florida, sitting on over 30 acres. It boasts over 40 thrilling water slides for patrons of all ages. If relaxing is more your thing, you can rent a poolside cabana or float down the lazy river for hours. Food and beverage choices are plentiful, so come and make a day of it and bring the family.

If you are more the outdoorsy type, Okeeheelee Park, located in West Palm Beach lacks nothing. Landlubbers will enjoy athletic fields, tennis courts, bicycle and walking paths, plenty of picnic areas and a playground for the kids. For water bugs, there are boat launching facilities, a fishing pier, canoe, kayak and paddleboats, and even waterskiing. Oh, and don’t forget to bring your dog, Pooch Pines welcomes Fido!

If you truly want to beat the heat and escape indoors for a bit, you can visit Boomer’s in Boca Raton. Boomer’s features a huge state of the art gaming room with video games, air hockey, laser tag, rock climbing, just to mention a few. Outdoors features go karts, 2 mini golf courses, bumper cars and boats and batting cages. Food is available, and Boomer’s allows you to bring your own snacks and drinks.

Have fun! Stay cool! And enjoy all Palm Beach County has to offer. Go to for more great ideas.

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The Palm Beach Post’s 20 Best Restaurants Right Now

The popular local magazine posted a current snapshot of the 20 best restaurants in Palm Beach County right now. Broken out into three different sections of the area, some of the top picks included:

Coolinary Café, Palm Beach Gardens – Chef Tim Lipman serving up local classics like Spaghetti & Florida Clams, Grilled Fish Sandwiches, and Yuca Chips.
Christopher’s Kitchen, Palm Beach Gardens – Chef Chris Slawson, a master of plant-based foods, offers fresh salads, wraps, and bowls with ingredients that are 100% organic and local whenever possible.

Avocado Grill, West Palm Beach – Chef Julien Gremaud’s small plates and shareable selections are both decadent and refined. This hip joint also hosts an amazing weekend brunch.
Pistache, West Palm Beach – Chef de cuisine Isaac Cerny’a French Bistro was awarded “Best Service” by the Palm Beach Post and carries an impressive wine list.

Fries to Caviar, Boca Raton – Chef/Co-Owner Jimmy Mills opened the upscale-casual restaurant in February 2016. Menu favorites include mussels in a white wine sauce, house smoked fish dip, diver scallops, and of course, caviar.
Josie’s Ristorante, Boynton Beach – James Beard Award-winning chef Mark Militello offers traditional Italian cuisine (pasta, fish, steak, osso bucco) at his neighborhood Italian restaurant.