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If you’ve never been to Dive Bar Restaurant in Jupiter, you’re missing out. Its name’s witty play-on-words is referring to one of the most popular hobbies in South Florida, and the underwater theme of this casual yet upscale establishment is as pleasing to the eyes as it is to the palate.

Overlooking the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina along the Jupiter Riverwalk, Dive Bar invites you to dive right in whether it’s by boat, car, or foot to enjoy their open-air bar area surrounding a giant saltwater aquarium full of lionfish and snapper. The subsea ambiance of the palatial aquarium and wide screens showing underwater videos is complemented by a raw bar (or steamed if you prefer), an extensive fresh sushi and sashimi menu, sandwiches featuring

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Palm Beach Gardens is a city within Palm Beach County and this June, the city is turning 60 years old. The city is celebrating its 60th year by the opening of the new North County District Park on Saturday, June 29th.

The park will transform into 1959 for the day filled with old fashioned games, car shows, live music of the 50’s and 60’s, food trucks, birthday cake and fireworks to finish off the night. The event is free to attend with food and beverage purchases. For those interested in registering your old classic car for the car show, click here.

Palm Beach Gardens is home to more than 55,00 thousand people, championship golf courses, high-end shopping, great restaurants, luxury resorts, great schools, art, culture and much more.

Most recently the city

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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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There are few things in life more satisfying than a nice warm cup of coffee. But, as all true connoisseurs know, there’s a big difference between coffee that’s just okay and coffee that’s great. Here are a few places to get great coffee in Jupiter.

Subculture Coffee

Subculture Coffee is a great café founded by a couple of South Florida natives. The place is very cool and comfortable but, trust us, it has a lot more going for it than its décor. Subculture has some of the best, modestly priced, coffee in the state. If you haven’t already, we suggest trying one of their cappuccinos.

Oceana Coffee Roasters

Established in 2009 by Amy and Scott Angelo, Oceana Coffee Roasters company is one of the original Florida coffee roasters, they roast many

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Abacoa is a community located within the town limits of Jupiter and is a place where people can work, shop, eat, play, live or go to school.

Construction began on the land in 1997 and now is a master planned community featuring single family homes, town homes, condos, apartments, shopping, restaurants and green spaces. Abacoa is home to the Jupiter’s Florida Atlantic University Campus, a Golf Course, the Roger Dean Chevrolet stadium that hosts the St Louis Cardinals and Miami Marlins every year for Spring Training, a Downtown Town Center area with shops and restaurants and much more.

This weekend, the Amphitheater is hosting two concert series. Tomorrow, Friday, June 20th, Steel Pulse will be performing onstage at the ticketed event from 6 pm to 10 pm.

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The Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens is a luxury two story enclosed mall with more than 160 restaurants and specialty shops. The mall features five major anchor stores, Macy’s, Sear’s, Nordstrom’s, Bloomingdales and Saks Fifth Avenue. The mall is located within a close proximity to the Florida Turnpike and Interstate 95 with makes it easy access for all to visit.

Recently the 1.4 million square foot mall has gotten new shops to add to their popular directory.

New shops include:

Beach By Everything But Water: Everything But Water located on the second floor of the mall has added another store to their name. The store features in the moment swimwear, resort wear and accessories for the summer. The shop is located on the first floor near Nordstrom’s and

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This summer you can experience the West Palm Beach Food Tour and get a chance to meet the chefs, taste dishes that have been featured on the Food Network, tour through downtown West Palm Beach and more.

The Food Tour’s are offered 5 days a week and you can choose between The West Palm Beach Food Tour, a cooking class or a Dixie Dining Corridor Food Tour. Last year, the tours have been expanded to include the Dixie Corridor and the Cooking Classes because the food tells the stories of the neighborhoods, history and culture of the city.

The Tours include:

The West Palm Beach Food Tour which consists of 15 tastings from 6 of the best locally owned restaurants in downtown West Palm Beach. The tour includes restaurants all within walking distance of each

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With a growing food scene, it’s no surprise that the Palm Beaches are also home to a number of great 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 craft beverages. Tours cost $65

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There are a lot of great restaurants in the Palm Beaches. Here are a few of our favorites.

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 elegant, rooftop

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Roar and Pour is back for the summer at the Palm Beach Zoo. On the last Saturday of the month from May to August the entire zoo is open to explore after hours.

The event starts at 4:30 pm, with the summer grill severing burgers and hotdogs starting at 5 pm. There will also be live music from local tribute bands, and a tiki bar serving beer and wine.

The next Roar and Pour event of the summer season is Saturday, June 22nd, an Absolute Elton John Tribute Band will be performing all his greatest hits. The band plays on the stage from 6:30 pm to 9 pm.

Guests who attend are welcomed to bring chairs and blankets to sit back and enjoy the music and food. Guests can leave their chairs and blankets near the fountain plaza while you explore the zoo.

The Roar

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