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During the mid 17th century, legend has it that pirates found refuge 450 miles off the port of Palm Beach on the Bahamian island of Mayaguana. After long ocean voyages, they dug a well in the middle of the island in search of drinkable water, and would fill their casks before setting sail once again.

Fast forward to present day, and Pirate’s Well in Lake Park toasts to this sentiment as a friendly refuge for Northern Palm Beach locals to quench their thirst after leisurely days on the water with family and friends. Since 2010, owner Larry Marble has welcomed locals and treated them like family.

The culture of this beloved local watering hole was threatened earlier this year when the Lake Park location had to close due to an accidental

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Boca Raton's newest addition to the craft beer scene is Crazy Uncle Mike's brewery and restaurant which opened last week in the 9,000-square-foot building where Zone Sports Lounge and Moonshine Molly's used to be. 

The location was transformed into a super trendy beer and food spot with a modern industrial interior centered around socialization. Crazy Uncle Mike's dubs its focus on "brews, bites and beats," also offering live reggae music with Artikal Sound System on Fridays and Latin music from Suenalo on Saturdays. 

With a shiny brand new 10-barrel brewing system, brewmaster Corey Wilson, who gained his experience at Boynton’s Copperpoint Brewing Co. and at Denver’s Copper Kettle Brewery, also earning a gold medal at the prestigious Great

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On Saturday, October 13th, Carlin Park After Dark continues its tribute band concert series with the LET IT BE Beatles tribute. Carlin Park is putting on the free show at Seabreeze Amphitheater, concessions will be available for purchase on site, and guests are welcome to bring lawn chairs, blankets, and picnic baskets.

Incorporating songs from the “Ed Sullivan Era” through “Sgt. Pepper’s” and “Abbey Road”, LET IT BE will recreate a live Beatles exprience for concert goers.

The event will take place 7pm – 9pm. For more information, visit www.pbcparks.com or contact 561-966-7043.

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Breast Cancer Awareness month is here! Below are events happening in Palm Beach County where you can don your best pink outfit for a cause.

Real Men Wear Pink Concert | October 12th, 6-9 pm

Jupiter Medical Center is partnering with the Abacoa Food Truck Invasion to go pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month at Abacoa Town Center. The event will feature live music, breast health information, giveaways, raffle prizes, face painting, and balloon sculpting, as well as food for purchase from local food trucks.

Pitch for the Cure | October 13, 8 am – 11 pm

At Lake Catherine Park in Palm Beach Gardens and hosted by PBGYAA, this youth softball tournament raised $7,000 last year. For more information, go HERE.

Making Strides of South Palm Beach

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On Friday, October 26th, the Humane Society of Greater Jupiter/Tequesta will be hosting “PAWTY Masquerade,” a party to raise money and awareness for its mission to rescue, rehabilitate, and re-home animals.

The event will take place at the Wyndham Grand Jupiter located at Harbourside Place in Jupiter, Linda Gore will serve as event chairman, and the evening will be filled with excitement, fun, dinner, dancing, live and silent auctions, and lots of delightful surprises. Radio personality Michael McGann of Legends 100.3 FM will emcee, and the even kicks off with a cocktail reception on the terrace where guests can mix and mingle with dogs available for adoption.

Tickets are $150 a person and will directly support the only no-kill shelter open to

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Three new restaurants just opened up in Boynton Beach and they're worth giving a shoutout to. From white table cloth dining to casual BBQ, check out these spots next time you're in south county.

1. The Venu

The fanciest of the three, The Venu offers a sleek, sexy atmosphere with live music and specially planned events like a “Very Intimate Evening” with Los Lobos coming in February. The spot opened just about 2 months ago and offers lunch and dinner as well as a Sunday Brunch. The menu is Italian with steakhouse elements and lighter bites are offered on the “Showtime” and happy hour menus. The Venu is a great place to eat, listen to music and just vibe with some good company in a nice setting.

8794 Boynton Beach Blvd., 561-200-0222.

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On Saturday, October 6th from 6-9 pm, The Abacoa Property Owner’s Assembly will be hosting the 4th Annual Wines Around the World in Downtown Abacoa.

Thirteen local restaurants and breweries will be participating in this year’s Jupiter event, and will include food, fine wine, live music, chef demonstrations, and sommelier demonstrations.

Attendees will have the chance to sample delicious cuisine, vino, and craft beer from:

- Aaron's Table and Wine Bar
- Cafe Chardonnay
- Guanabanas Island Restaurant and Bar
- DAS Beer Garden
- Carmine's Coal Fired Pizza Ristorante 
- Food Shack Restaurant
- Brick & Barrel
- Blue Pointe Bar and Grill 
- Civil Society Brewing
- Jumby Bay Island Grill
- Stadium Grill
- Blue Water Taco Co.
- Copacabana Cuban

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This year marks the 10th anniversary of Bluewater Babes Fish For a Cure! From turning the Jupiter Lighthouse pink to a pink fireworks display at Sailfish Marina, these female anglers are going all out to raise money for a great cause!

Here is the 2018 schedule of events:

Captain’s Meeting and Early Party Pass “Happy Hour” Bucket Pick-Up

                Wednesday, October 3rd at Grand Slam in Riviera Beach, 6-8 pm

                Enjoy delicious bites by Lynora’s, and enjoy a free drink from Tito’s Handmade Vodka or a draft beer from Twisted Trunk. There will be Bluewater Babes authentic merchandise for sale, as well as raffle tickets for a $1000 shopping spree at The Gardens Mall and an Ocean Kayak Venus 11' n Fuscia from Nautical

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The only thing better than the Phat Panda's logo of a chubby panda on a surf board is their appetizing menu of tasty cultural food! The Phat Panda is a brand new spot on Donald Ross Road in Juno Beach that has a casual atmosphere and a simple menu packed with flavor.

The eatery opened just a couple of weeks ago with a kick-off menu of authentic street food including open-faced tacos served on two corn torillas (pictured above), Banh Mi Vietnamese-style sandwiches on French Baguettes, and rice bowls like the "Halal at ya boy" with basmati rice, organic mixed greens and tomatoes, naan bread, white sauce and a choice of grilled chicken or roasted chickpeas. There's also a "half-pint" option where you can choose from a taco, half banh mi, or half

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There are quite a few restaurants in Martin County that have a "kids eat free" special on certain nights. 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'

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