June 2019

There are 101 blog entries for June 2019.

Trivia Nights are increasingly popular for friend groups who are looking for some fun. Many restaurants in the area now host trivia games at some point during the week. Here are some of our favorite trivia nights in the Palm Beaches.

Mondays

Beer Trade Co. in Delray Beach

Every week at 7 p.m. get your brain on beer and win some free drafts.

145 NE 4th Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33483

Tuesdays

Dubliner Irish Pub in Boca

Starts at 8 p.m. There's also live music and entertainment til 2 a.m.

435 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432.

Wednesdays

Saltwater Brewery in Delray Beach

Win some gift cards and other cool prizes starting at 7 p.m. Come hungry because Parabas Grill Food Truck is on site too.

1701 W Atlantic Ave., Delray

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Escape Rooms are a great way to spend time with your kids this Summer. They are mentally and physically stimulating and, if you choose one of the harder rooms, you may even have some fun yourself!

Escape Rooms are based on a digital puzzle where participants investigate a room to find the clues that will allow them to escape. It's an interactive experience solving a mystery while combining both theater and gameplay.

You'll be presented with a scenario, say you're locked in a mansion, stuck on a plane, or have to solve a crime, and you have to use the clues given to you to solve the puzzle. Clues can be something like figuring out the number sequence for a lock or decoding a secret message. Eventually, they'll lead you and your team to escape the

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Stuart was dubbed the "Sailfish Capital of the World" in 1938 by Miami Herald columnist, Enrnie Lyons, who visited the city and saw its vicinity to world-class sport fishing. Lyons was on a charter fleet offshore of the St. Lucie Inlet, where that week approximately 1,000 sailfish were caught and released by skilled anglers. Lyons returned to Miami to tell the world about the exceptional game fishing Stuart has to offer.

Since then, the sailfish has become part of the history of Stuart, as you can see from statues, fountains (pictured above) and business names in the area. Sailfish are still always a big catch just a few miles offshore in 80-160 feet of water and are caught with trolled dead baits. 

What's lesser known about this area of the

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Jupiter has a lot of fun dog parks, aside from those though, it also offers a variety of fun activities for you and your fur baby this Summer.

Pucci & Catana

The Dolce & Gabana for dogs, Pucci & Catana is a luxury boutique filled with goodies. They have accessories, toys, treats and much more to reward your dog for being a good boy. They're located in Harbourside Place so you can grab lunch with your pup too.

108 Breakwater Ct., Jupiter. 561-320-9968.

K-9 Corner 

Your dog probably isn't allowed to dig at home, but at K-9 Corner that's what it's all about. Located in the sand dunes of 45-acre Jonathan Dickinson State Park, your dog can run around and dig up sand on a quarter acre with other dogs. There are faucets around the area to keep

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The South Florida Science Center and Aquarium is hosting their monthly Nights At The Museum event on Friday, June 28th. The monthly event occurs on the last Friday of each month.

During the night, guests of all ages are welcomed to enjoy the extended hours to explore the Science Center and Aquarium. Every month the theme is different and this month the theme is Jungle Safari which will feature animal encounters, interactive games, exhibits, planetarium shows, arts and crafts, animal adoption activities, and your chance to see the night’s sky from the only public observatory in Palm Beach County.

Food and drinks will be available for purchase from Wholesome Tummies Café throughout the night. The Night at the Museum starts at 6 pm and goes until 9 pm on

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In an eclectic community like Palm Beach County, it’s no wonder there’s a diversity of cuisines. Asian, unsurprisingly, is one of the most popular. Here are a few of our favorite Asian-style restaurants in the Palm Beaches.

Imoto

Imoto offers quality Japanese food prepared by Chef and owner, Clay Conley, who spent years working and living in Japan. The fish is fresh, the food is well prepared and the plate appearance is intricate, reflecting the delicacy of the dish. You'll also find great service and an awesome happy hour. 

Talay Thai

Talay Thai is an all-around favorite with high ratings on every website and it's a frequent spot for PGA National golfers. The curry sauce is mouthwatering and the lobster melts in your mouth- you will find

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The Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter is a place for those who enjoy the fun of the sport. The course features varying elevations, beautiful views, new landscaping and an outside bar at the 18th hole.

The course was the last one designed by renowned course architect Joe Lee in 1999 before his death. Matching his style, the course has many elevation changes, sloping fairways with few hindrances, 14 holes surrounded by water and picturesque views of the surrounding wetlands and wildlife. Recently the course underwent a $1 million renovation which improved the lake banks, created new landscaping and new golf cart paths, and birthed the Abacoa Golf Club Academy. The bar at the clubhouse is also a cool spot for refreshing drinks after the game.

The most

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The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is hosting their reoccurring Twilight Yoga at the Light tonight at 7 pm.

The Yoga class welcomes all levels of yoga to join in and watch the sunset and experience the serenity of Yoga. The Yoga is taught by Mary Veal on the Lighthouse Deck every Monday night at sunset.

The class is $10 dollars to attend and you are asked to bring your own yoga mat, a water bottle and a flashlight. The class will meet 10 minutes before the class begins at 7 pm at the Museum. The classes are weather dependent so be sure to check their website for more details.

The Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum is located at 500 Captains Armour’s Way in Jupiter.

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Onshore fishing is a fun activity that doesn’t involve all the work putting a boat in the water. Thankfully, there are many great onshore fishing spots in Palm Beach County. Here are a few of our favorites.

Carlin Park

Address: 400 S State Road A1A, Jupiter

This expansive beachside park includes Lazy Loggerhead Café, Seabreeze Amphitheatre, picnic areas, an exercise course, bocce courts, softball fields, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, picnic areas, and playgrounds. Saltwater fishing is permitted at this beach, and most surf-fisherman use 12-15 foot rods paired with large saltwater spinning reels and 20-25 pound test line. Surf fishing can be great here for jacks, Spanish mackerel, bluefish, and snook.

Bert Winters Park

Address:

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Palm Beach County has over 150 professional golf courses. For those of you, however, who aren’t so serious about your golf game, it also has some great mini-golf. Here are a few fantastic mini-golf courses for you and the whole family to enjoy.

Lighthouse Cove

The Lighthouse Cove Adventure Golf is a tropical fishing village-themed, 36-hole miniature golf course features dramatic sea life sculptures, boats, waterfalls and more. In addition to golf, visitors can sample burgers and milkshakes. Premium local craft beers are always on draft to satisfy any thirsty golfer.

Adventure Mini Golf

Adventure Mini Golf is a long-time local fixture been around for years, and its well-maintained greens and great game play make it a popular destination. It

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