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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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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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The popular and growing trend of Food Trucks are rolling into Downtown Abacoa this Friday night for the monthly Food Truck Friday’s. The reoccurring event occurs on the second Friday of every month.

The colorful food trucks line the streets of the Town Center in Abacoa and offer a variety of different cuisines from around the world. The food trucks specialize in different styles of cuisine to make their truck stand out from the other food trucks in the area.

The truck lineup includes everything from desserts, pastries, burgers, tacos, Asian food, wraps, chicken and much more.

Those who attend the ultimate outdoor picnic are encouraged to bring your own blankets and chairs to sit and enjoy the food and entertainment. A DJ will be performing at the

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The popular Okeechobee Steakhouse is now open for Sunday Brunch. The Sunday Brunch service started on Sunday, March 31st and it was the first time in the restaurant’s 72 years of business.

Okeechobee Steakhouse is one of the oldest steakhouses in Florida located on Okeechobee Boulevard in West Palm Beach.

The a la carte menu is extensive and features everything from short rib hash and waffles with bourbon bacon syrup, chicken pot pie, prime steak sandwiches with Gorgonzola mayo, and buttermilk biscuits with bone marrow butter. If you’re looking for something more steakhouse related, the restaurant offers an Ultimate Steak and Eggs brunch which feeds about 3 to 4 people. The big brunch features a 38-40-ounce tomahawk steak, eight eggs, and breakfast

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The entertainment, lifestyle and shopping center is getting a new name. CityPlace will now be known as Rosemary Square.

According to a recent press release, CityPlace is set to undergo a five-year, $550 million dollars renovation that will transform CityPlace from the retail and entertainment center to a vibrant destination and community center.

The new 72-acre Rosemary Square will offer more retail, new hotel, more art and cultural programs and more residences. Over the weekend, the new main street area was debuted and is now on display on Rosemary Avenue between Okeechobee Blvd and Hibiscus street.

The new main street will feature wider and curb less sidewalks, new landscaping and much more. The renovations will completely transform CityPlace as we

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Friday night, the Village of Tequesta is hosting their monthly Food Truck Pow Wow at Constitution Park starting at 5 pm for the last Food Truck Pow Wow of the season.

The giant outdoor picnic is a great way to gather with your friends and community. The Food Trucks will line Constitution Park and feature some of the best specialty dishes, cuisine, desserts, comfort foods, and best gourmet food on wheels.

If you are planning on attending the last one of the season, be sure to bring your folding chairs and blankets for the ultimate Friday night picnic on the lawn. In addition to the great food, there will be music and entertainment during the night.

The Food Truck Pow Wow starts at 5 pm on Friday and goes until 9 pm. Constitution Park is located at 339

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The Downtown at the Gardens is hosting two upcoming events to celebrate Spring. The kid-friendly events include a Kid’s Garden to Table Cooking class and a Spring Hop-Opening celebration.

This Saturday, April 6th the outdoor lifestyle center is hosting their Peter Cotton Tail’s Garden to Table Cooking event. The kid-friendly cooking class features Easter-themed cooking with Miss Nancy and Grace from What’s Cooking Kids. The junior chefs will prepare vegetable butterflies from fresh veggies and make a potted plant with Oreos and pudding. The cost to attend the cooking class is $10 dollars and your ticket helps support the Els for Autism Foundation. To reserve a spot, call 561-727-2640.

Spring Hop-Opening is next Saturday, April 13th in the Centre

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The popular Gardens Mall located in Palm Beach Gardens is a one of South Florida’s premier shopping destinations.

The mall features 1.4 million square feet of 160 specialty shops, major anchor store such as Macy’s, Nordstrom’s, Sears, Saks Fifth Avenue and Bloomingdales, and many great restaurants to enjoy.

The two-story mall opened in 1988 and is celebrating 30 years this year and has recently added more shops and restaurants to its directory.

The mall features many restaurants serving everything from pasta, Asian food, pizza, salads, steaks, and everything in between. The restaurants in the Gardens Mall include Bloomingdales B-Café, Brio Tuscan Grille, California Pizza Kitchen, Cooper’s Hawk Winery and Restaurant, Nordstorm’s Café Bistro, P.F.

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In South Florida there are plenty of pizzerias that are worthy of checking out. Many pizza shops create and bake pizza pies that include everything from meat lovers, vegan, vegetarian, to the classic traditional pies. Here are some of the best pizza to try in Palm Beach County.

Christopher’s Kitchen: Located in Palm Beach Gardens, this plant-based restaurant offers an nutritious take on pizza. The crusts and nut-based cheese are made in house every day. The kitchen rolls out innovative creations such as the Farmer’s Market Pizza made with red sauce, roasted vegetables, herbs, cremini mushrooms, cashew cheese, and brazil nut parmesan. The Avocado pizza is another big hit topped with red sauce, cherry tomatoes, red onions, arugula, basil, oregano,

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Every Wednesday, The Royal Poinciana Plaza in Palm Beach hosts their weekly Jazz Night at Sant Ambroeus.

Sant Ambroeus host a live Jazz Night every Wednesday starting at 7 pm until 10 pm and during the night select menu items will be half price. The beloved New York restaurant opened its first location outside New York in the fall of 2016 in the iconic Royal Poinciana Plaza. The menu brings touches of old-world Milan through Manhattan to Palm Beach. The fine dining restaurant features a main dining room, casual bar seating, café table for outdoor dining, a gelateria, and signature coffee bar.

The menu is by the executive chef Marco Barbisotti and features the classic menu items such as Vitello Tonnato, Tagliatelle alla Bolognese. Caprese, Risotti and

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