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With a growing food scene and thriving marine ecosystem, it’s no surprise that the Palm Beaches are also home to a growing number of food tours. Here are a few of our favorites.

Savor Our City

Savor Our City Culinary Tours last three hours, and you can choose a tour in Downtown Boca Raton, Delray Beach’s Atlantic Avenue or Delray Beach’s Pineapple Grove District. Better yet– sign up for all three. Tours start at $65 per person.

Craft Food Tour

Delray Beach is a growing hotspot in the local foodie scene, and Craft Food Tours is ready to give you a tasty and unique introduction to a town that knows how to dine out. The 3-hour tour combines architectural commentary, local history and culinary insight into a night of delicious food and fine

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Mark your calendars for the 3rd Saturday Gourmet Food Truck Invasion in downtown Hobe Sound this Saturday, April 20th.

The food trucks will be lined up on Se Dixie Highway between Se Mars and Se Apollo Streets. Come for a night of family fun, great food and a change to mingle with your neighbors.

During the large block party, local shops and vendors stay open later for shopping. The block party brings live music by DJ Jef, and some of the best gourmet food trucks in the area. The Hobe Sound Food Truck series occurs on the third Saturday of every month from September to May. The cost to attend is free with food and beverages purchase.

The Food Truck Invasion starts at 5 pm on Saturday and goes until 9 pm and is hosted by the Hobe Sound Chamber of

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This Saturday is the last Green Market in downtown West Palm Beach until the fall. Since October, the waterfront of West Palm Beach hosted their weekly Green Market every Saturday for the past 24 years.

The Green Market has been the ideal place to gather fresh foods and local goods from more than 90 vendors and this Saturday, April 20th is the last Green Market until October 6th. The local vendors offer a variety of special foods, fresh local produce, plants, herbs, spices, gourmet foods, baked goods, home made crafts, artwork and much more.

The market runs from 9 am to 1 pm and since Saturday is the last one until October, the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability will be giving away free trees on a first come first serve basis. The free trees are

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The Town of Jupiter is hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20th at the Jupiter Community Park softball fields. Join in on the fun of hunting and collecting as many Easter eggs as you can.

The Easter Egg Hunt is for the whole family and will include bounce houses, face painting, arts and crafts, visits from the Easter Bunny and much more. Food and beverages will be available throughout the morning for purchase.

Don’t forget to bring your own basket to collect all the eggs filled with different candies. During the Egg Hunt the children will be divided into three ages groups. There will be an age group for those 3 years older and under, an EGG’stra Special Hunt for those who need assistance, one for ages 4 through 6 years old and

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South Florida’s favorite food trucks are returning to The Wellington Amphitheater Thursday at 5 PM – 9:30 PM. As usual there will be over twenty gourmet food trucks as well as live music and places to sit and hang out with your friends or family.

If you’ve never been, this event is a great way to try lots of different food all in one place. Some of the trucks exist only as they are, others represent local restaurants, either way and whatever type of food you like, there is sure to be something there to satisfy you.

Click here for more information.

When: Wellington Amphitheater - 12100 Forest Hill Boulevard, Wellington, Florida 33414

Where: Thursday at 5 PM – 9:30 PM

Wellington Amphitheater

The Wellington Amphitheatre is a 3,200

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The Farm-To-Table movement has grown considerably over the past five years and has made its way to South Florida. The philosophy behind the movement is simple: when possible, it’s healthier and better to eat organic, locally-grown foods.

One of the great things about the Palm Beaches is that we have a variety of plants and animals that are grown and raised here, so it’s the perfect location for Farm-to-Table restaurants. Here are a few of our favorites.

The Cooper

The Cooper is a popular Palm Beach Gardens restaurant that specializes in the finest foods and beverages sourced whenever possible from local farms, food artisans, small-batch distillers and craft brewers. The restaurant bills itself as providing a warm, upscale dining experience,

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No need to splurge on an expensive plane ticket to travel and experience some of the best ethnic cuisine. Food is the connector that brings everyone together. Luckily for us, Palm Beach County has many award-winning restaurants that bring some of the best international cuisines to the area.

Agora Kitchen is ranked the Number 1 restaurant in West Palm Beach according to TripAdvisior, the popular website that features that latest reviews on hotels and restaurants. Agora Kitchen opened in 2013 and is a Turkish restaurant brought to West Palm Beach by Semih Arif Ozdemir. The restaurant celebrates Ozdemir’s mother’s cooking and food that reminds him of home. The restaurant has a loyal following and the menu features warm hummus, grilled octopus, spinach

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Juicing has gotten really popular in the Palm Beaches over the past few years, particularly in Jupiter. If you like juice or are looking for a new way to keep healthy, here are a few places you might enjoy.

Rock Steady

Rock Steady Juice Joint is the first all-organic juice bar in South Florida. Nothing is accepted or served unless it’s 100% certified organic.

Where: 201 US-1 C5B, Jupiter, FL 33477

Juice Buzz

Juice Buzz is located in Downtown Delray Beach, it’s the perfect spot for hipsters who want to grab a drink on a hot sunny day and stroll down Atlantic Avenue after an afternoon of shopping or doing yoga.

Where: 6 NE 5th Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33483

Meraki Juice Kitchen

Meraki Juice Kitchen is a grab-and-go plant-based café

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There are a lot of great restaurants in the Palm Beaches. Thankfully, Forbes has sorted some of them out for us.

Buccan

Buccan is a hip, upscale-casual cafe with imaginative global fare and a lively bar in a tile-roofed storefront. The restaurant specializes in small dishes – which is perfect, because you’re going to want to try everything on the menu.

Where: 350 S County Rd, Palm Beach, FL 33480

Imoto

Imoto, which is right next door to Buccan, is a sushi joint following the same “small plate” concept. Dishes include Peking duck tacos, rock shrimp tempura, Japanese snapper with Sicilian pistachios and seared scallops with fresh wasabi and red radish.

Where: 350 S County Rd, Palm Beach, FL 33480

RH Rooftop

RH Rooftop is an

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This Sunday, April 14th Harbourside Place in Jupiter is hosting several events for all ages in addition to the local shops, salons and restaurants open daily.

CrossFit on the Amphitheater: Sunday, April 14th
Join the CrossFit Palm Beach this Sunday at 8 am and 9 am for the ultimate workout located on the waterfront. The class is open to all levels of CrossFit and all are welcomed to attend. CrossFit Palm Beach is Jupiter’s premier CrossFit gum located on US 1 near the Jupiter Lighthouse. Click here to learn more.

Waterfront Market: Sunday, April 14th
Come stroll along the Riverwalk Plaza and Dockside Circle in Harbourside and enjoy the local waterfront market. Browse through local produce, home made crafts, specialty foods, baked goods, jewelry, local

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