On the 4th Friday of every month, The Hobe Sound Chamber of Commerce hosts their reoccurring Hobe Sound Chow Down.
The Food Truck event is held at the JV Reed Park. The fun filled night includes delicious food from local and regional Gourmet Food Trucks, cocktails, craft and local vendors, live music and entertainment and much more.
Gather your friends and neighbors and held to the JV Reed Park on SE Athena Street from 5 pm to 9 pm for the ultimate outdoor picnic. The event is free to attend with food, drink and vendor purchases.
JV Reed Park is located at 9004 SE Athena Street in Hobe Sound.
When: Friday, November 22nd
Time: 5 pm to 9 pm
For more information, click here to visit their website.
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One of the best things about living in the West Palm Beach area is the fabulous rooftop dining! Downtown West Palm Beach beckons you to visit the tropical courtyards, roof-top bars and cafes lining the streets. Step outside of the proverbial “indoor” box of indoor dining and try something new.
The best roof-top bar can be found at Roxy’s which also happens to be the oldest restaurant in Downtown West Palm Beach. Roxy’s is adjacent to fantastic shopping, spas, galleries, the Kravis Center, movie theater, convention center and more. Roxy’s is where the locals hang out, street events are thrown and the best place downtown Clematis for a weekend full of food, drinks, music, sports watching and late night dancing.
You’ll find other casual, outdoor…
Join the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse and Museum for their Annual Rendezvous at the Light fundraiser to help benefit the lighthouse.
The annual waterfront fundraiser is back for another year and this year the event plans to be better than ever. The fundraiser is the biggest fundraiser held at the Jupiter Lighthouse and the proceeds go towards helping to lighthouse run and operate, help to preserve the heritage site and help to promote more educational programs.
Top area restaurants and breweries get together for one night to bring delicious food and drinks to the event. In addition to the great food and drinks, there will be a spectacular silent auction, live music and entertainment and much more.
Tickets are required to attend the event and are $100 dollars
Not in the mood to cook and looking for somewhere to go this Thanksgiving, restaurants over Palm Beach County have got you covered. This Thanksgiving, November 28th, head to one of Palm Beach County’s excellent restaurants to spend your holiday. Get your reservations now.
3800 Ocean at the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island Beach Resort and Spa is hosting a magnificent buffet that offer much more than the traditional Thanksgiving meal. Buffet items include slow roasted turkey, sea salt-crusted boned prime rib, bacon wrapped beef tenderloins stuffed with cornbread, maple-glazed ham, creamy soups, artisan brads, delicious desserts and much more. Reservations are strongly recommended and are taking between 12 pm and 8 pm. Adult prices are $89 dollars per
Head to Harbourside Place this Friday night in Jupiter for Silent Disco. The newest party trend is to help raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
The event is for those 21 years old and older. Silent Disco is a great way to have fun. Those who attend the party will put headphones on and head out to the dance floor to have a great time. Depending on which of the three channels you are listening too, each person will have a different song playing.
The three channels are color coded, Red, Blue or Green and you get to choose which playlist you want to listen too throughout the night. The night of fun will also include all you can drink specials and light hors d’oeuvres are included with every ticket.
When: Friday, November 15th
Tickets are now on sale for the annual Sabor y Vino Latin Food and Wine Festival next week at the Downtown at the Gardens.
The all-inclusive festival features unlimited food, beer and wine samplings from your favorite Latin restaurants around Palm Beach County. Some of the participating restaurants Calaveras Cantina, Texas de Brazil, Don Ramon, La Bamba, Café Chardonnay, Grimaldi’s Coal Brick-Oven Pizzeria, Sabor Lantino and much more.
The festival will also include live music, dancing and plenty of giveaways. The event is Thursday, November 14th at the Downtown at the Gardens. General Admission tickets are now on sale and cost $40.00 dollars per person.
When: Thursday, November 14th
Time: 5:30 pm
Location: Downtown at the Gardens 11701 Lake
Head to Tequesta this Saturday afternoon for the 9th Annual Tequesta Chili Cookoff. The event is hosted by the Tequesta Fire and Rescue team.
The Chili Cookoff helps raise money to help our nation’s veterans for four great charities, the SE Honor Flight, Operation 300, Renewal Coalition and Friends of Public Safety.
The event is for those ages 21 and older and includes an all-inclusive beer tasting event by the Tequesta Brewing Company and the ultimate chili cookoff. Come and taste more than 25 different chili recipes from the competing fire rescue teams. Music will be provided by 56 Ace Band with performances by the Black Pearl Pipes and Drums. There will also be a special appearance by the Martin County Honor Guard and a flyover by the United States
There is a new restaurant coming to Palm Beach Gardens this November. FireFin Grill is taking over the former Carmine’s Ocean Grill on PGA Boulevard.
FireFin is the newest seafood and steak restaurant coming to Palm Beach Gardens. The restaurants is aiming to open on Friday, November 15th and the restaurant aims to fight the lionfish invasion one delicious plate at a time. The new restaurant’s name FireFin describes the reddish fish with vibrant stripes and spiny fins.
The new restaurant is part of Twisted Management Group which also own The Twisted Tuna waterfront restaurant in Port Salerno. The Management Group is also looking to open The Twisted Tuna’s second location in Jupiter.
Carmine’s Ocean Grill is still open on PGA Boulevard and there is a
On the second Friday of every month, Town Center Drive in Jupiter transforms into the ultimate Food Truck Invasion.
The gourmet food trucks line the streets and feature everything from burgers, tacos, pizza, nachos, desserts, Asian, seafood and much more. The food trucks that attend are some of the best food trucks in South Florida.
Bring your chairs, blankets and even a table to come and enjoy the delicious food and music playing at the Abaoca Amphitheater.
The next Food Truck Invasion is this Friday, November 8th at 5:30 pm. For more information about the event, click here to visit their website.
Worth Avenue is considered Palm Beach Island’s most iconic street. The famous street is known for high-end shopping and premier dining at some of the best shops and restaurants. Worth Avenue welcomes you at the Palm Beach Clock Tower on the Atlantic Ocean and is one of the most beautiful shopping streets in the country.
Low story buildings line the palm tree lined street where dozens of famous shops and restaurants are located. The buildings and architecture are a Spanish influence, designed by Addison Mizner in the 1920’s. Mizner incorporated little Vias, Courtyards and Esplanades that feature boutiques and cafes just off Worth Avenue.
During the winter months, The Worth Avenue Association host several events a week including Guided Walking History Tours