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Palm Beach County has hundreds of dining options and dozens of steakhouses. Here are a few of our favorites.

Meat Market 

The Meat Market was opened by a hard-working chef, Sean Brasel, in Miami where it gained extreme popularity causing him to open another location in Palm Beach. The Meat Market on the wealthy island is an excellent addition to the local high-class restaurant scene with supreme cuts of beef and a sophisticated, sexy ambiance. On the menu there's a selection of reserve cuts like 7-oz Kobe Filet Mignon, 30-oz Kobe Beef Tomahawk Rib-eye and 32-oz Center-cut Dry-aged Porterhouse ($90). If you're indecisive, the Gourmet Meat Sampler ($49) is a good option- it comes with a combination of small cuts of Kobe filet cooked with a crisp,

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Here are four great, authentic Mediterranean restaurants in Boca Raton and Delray Beach that you are sure to enjoy.

Boca

Olive Pit Athenian Grille

Olive Pit is a kosher spot using imported ingredients from Greece and serving only imported Greek wine and beer. The Olive Pit gets its name because the restaurant uses olive pit briquettes for grilling. Olive pit briquettes are popular in Greece and Europe because they produce smoke-free, chemical-free heat. Try Greek specialties, favorites, and desserts at this new 84-seat eatery located in the Shoppes at Village Pointe. 

Location: 6006 S.W. 18th St.; 561-409-2049.

Prezzo

Prezzo was recently re-opened by Boca Raton's "Big Three," award-winning chef Mark Militello, chef Burt Rapoport and

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Luckily, we live in South Florida where the weather is gorgeous year-round for a barbeque. So, don’t put that grill away.  Barbecuing techniques include smoking, roasting, braising and grilling.  Seems to be the most common and is done over direct, dry heat, usually over a hot fire for a few minutes. Throughout the summer, barbeque picnics are plentiful and a wonderful thing to do with family and friends. Most BBQ’s offer the standard options of hot dogs and hamburgers on the beach, on the boat or near the pool. 

Now that fall has arrived don’t shut down the outdoor kitchen, try something different on the BBQ.  Have you ever tried cauliflower steaks? Cauliflower steaks are delicious and so flavorful with an herb topped sauce.  It is good as an

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Delray is known for its awesome restaurant and entertainment scene, and the good news is you don't have to wait until evening to enjoy it. There are a number of great spots open for breakfast and lunch; here are a choice of 3 with beautiful Atlantic views:

Latitudes

Latitudes is a stylish beachfront restaurant at the Delray Sands Resort. It was voted the "Best Resort Restaurant" in 2016 by the Palm Beach Post, validating that it serves up some of the best cuisine in the county. If you've never been, the award-winning Champagne Sunday Brunch is a great time to try Latitudes. It's complete with an artistic display of pastries, all your breakfast favorites, a fresh seafood raw bar, chef-hosted cooking stations, and of course, flowing champagne on a

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Forget drive-thru chains and get a freshly brewed cup of coffee in a cozy setting at one of these seven favorite spots in Palm Beach County.

Johan's Joe

Feel like a royal at this classy Swedish coffee shop in downtown West Palm Beach. The coffee is always hot, it's served in a fancy ceramic mug, and you get to sit in a plush purple chair where you'll be able to get nice and comfortable and relaxed.

Location: 401 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach.

Columbian Coffee House

This coffee house in Delray keeps their coffee authentic by purchasing from small-batch farms in southern Colombia. They also offer a Columbian breakfast menu including organic, scrambled, Colombian-styled eggs, arepas, pan de bono, avocado toast, empanadas, pastries and

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The annual Pumpkin Fest at Harbourside Place is back again for another year. The Pumpkin Fest is one of the best fall festivals in Palm Beach County.

On Saturday, October 19th head to Harbourside Place in Jupiter for the ultimate fall activity. The free fun filled day includes a costume contest for kids, treat-o-treating at more than 50 vendors and around Harbourside Place, a giant Pumpkin Patch, face painting, games and much more.

Proceeds from the event benefit the Chasin A Dream Foundation, for local children who are battling illnesses.

Event Details:
When: Saturday, October 19th
Where: Harbourside Place in Jupiter
Time: 11 am to 4 pm

For more information, click here to visit their Facebook page.

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There are many restaurants in Martin County that feature "kids eat free" specials. From grilled cheese sandwiches and burgers to pizza and crab cake sliders, there's a menu item for your kid and somewhere to take them for free, every night of the week.

Sunday

Maya's Grill

Kids' Menu: Hamburgers, chicken fingers, tacos, enchiladas, nachos, and burritos. 

Kids Eat Free Hours: 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Address: 3099 S.W. Martin Downs Boulevard, Palm City. 772-221-10093

Monday

Sonny's BBQ

Kids' Menu: Barbecue sandwiches, salad bar, burgers, ribs, mac and cheese, grilled cheese, and hot dogs. 

Kids Eat Free Hours: 11 a.m.–9 p.m. Address: 1961 U.S.1, Stuart. 772-283-4150.

Tuesday

DeLITEful Kitchen

Kids' Menu: Apple and almond butter

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The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society is hosting their 21st Annual Boo At The Zoo event during the month of October.

The No-So-Scary Halloween tradition continues and brings a very spookacular but very safe and fun trick-o-treat experience for children of all ages. In addition to the treat-o-treating, there will be character meet and greets, WILD zoo prices, a DJ dance party, kid’s activities, costume contests and much more.

Boo At The Zoo Schedule:
Friday, October 18th: 9 am to 9 pm
Saturday, October 19th: 9 am to 9 pm
Sunday, October 20th: 9 am to 9 pm
Friday, October 25th: 9 am to 9 pm
Saturday, October 26th: 9 am to 9 pm
Sunday, October 27th: 9 pm to 9 pm

For more information, click here to visit their website.

The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation

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The baseball season might be over in South Florida but head to the Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium for the National Night Out.

The Jupiter Police Department and Town of Jupiter are joining for the night to host the fun-filled event. The event was originally supposed to be in August but got cancelled and moved because of weather.

The event is free and is open to all members of the community. The event starts at 5 pm on Friday, October 18th at the stadium in Downtown Abacoa.

National Night Out will include safety demonstrations from the Jupiter Police Department, visits from Emergency Personnel, a number of emergency vehicles on display outside the stadium, kid’s activities and much more.

National Night Out:
When: Friday, October 18th at 5 pm
Where: Roger Dean

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Harbourside Place in Jupiter is the premier destination for dining, shopping, entertaining, and luxury hotel accommodations. This Sunday, October 13th, Harbourside Place is hosting two events for everyone to enjoy.

Yoga On The Waterfront:
Join Breathe Salt and Yoga for a Yoga class on the waterfront. The class is open to all levels of yoga and is located at the waterfront amphitheater. The class takes place every Sunday at 10 am.

Waterfront Market:
The market takes place every Sunday along the Riverwalk Plaza and the Intracoastal. Come and browse through fresh produce, home made crafts, local artwork, specialty foods, jewelry, baked goods and much more. The market is free to attend, and all are welcomed. The Waterfront Market is from 10 am to 4 pm.

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