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With a growing food scene and thriving marine ecosystem, it’s no surprise that the Palm Beaches are also home to a growing number of 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

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The Farm-To-Table movement has grown considerably over the past five years and has made its way to South Florida. The philosophy behind the movement is simple: when possible, it’s healthier and better to eat organic, locally-grown foods.

One of the great things about the Palm Beaches is that we have a variety of plants and animals that are grown and raised here, so it’s the perfect location for Farm-to-Table restaurants. Here are a few of our favorites.

The Cooper

The Cooper is a popular Palm Beach Gardens restaurant that specializes in the finest foods and beverages sourced whenever possible from local farms, food artisans, small-batch distillers and craft brewers. The restaurant bills itself as providing a warm, upscale dining experience,

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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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Juicing has gotten really popular in the Palm Beaches over the past few years, particularly in Jupiter. If you like juice or are looking for a new way to keep healthy, here are a few places you might enjoy.

Rock Steady

Rock Steady Juice Joint is the first all-organic juice bar in South Florida. Nothing is accepted or served unless it’s 100% certified organic.

Where: 201 US-1 C5B, Jupiter, FL 33477

Juice Buzz

Juice Buzz is located in Downtown Delray Beach, it’s the perfect spot for hipsters who want to grab a drink on a hot sunny day and stroll down Atlantic Avenue after an afternoon of shopping or doing yoga.

Where: 6 NE 5th Ave, Delray Beach, FL 33483

Meraki Juice Kitchen

Meraki Juice Kitchen is a grab-and-go plant-based café

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There are a lot of great restaurants in the Palm Beaches. Thankfully, Forbes has sorted some of them out for us.


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, 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

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The Wheeland Brothers, a popular pop-reggae band, is playing this Friday at Guanabanas Restaurant in Jupiter. Guanabanas is a Jupiter favorite, and the restaurant often features live music on Friday nights. If you’re looking for the epitome of South Florida dining and laid-back entertainment, than you’re not going to want to miss Guanas on a Friday night.

The Wheeland Brothers They combine fun, catchy melody and lyrics with the cool attitude and positive energy of reggae, as well as the down-to-earth, organic honesty of acoustic rock, ukulele lullabies, and flip flop hip hop. Sunshine music inspired by waves, hangin’ with friends, and dreaming of distant shores.

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When: Friday, April 12th, 9:00 PM


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Come out and spend a Saturday afternoon enjoying a variety of amazing food from surrounding local restaurants, meet with restaurants owners and stop by unbelievable talented local art shops. Aside from the food and drink you can get educated about Jupiter history, sip some wine and enjoy the beautiful surroundings on a guided food tasting tour in downtown Jupiter.

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Tours take place rain or shine.

Dress: wear comfortable shoes and clothing. Capacity: 12 people per Tour.

Food: 6-8 tastings. All the various food tastings and 1 glass of wine included in ticket price.

Cost: $59.00 per person.

When: Sat, April 6, 2:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Duration: Approximately 3 hours.

Where: The Shoppes of Jupiter in the

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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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The restaurants in the Palm Beaches have some great wine. Here are a few you might enjoy.

50 Ocean

With a panoramic view of the white sands of Delray Beach and the crystal-clear waters of the Atlantic Ocean, 50 Ocean restaurant at Boston’s on the Beach offers a feast for your eyes as well as 100 carefully-curated wine options for your taste buds. This restaurant has consistently been awarded the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence. It has a Weekday Happy Hour, featuring a select list of popular wines at half price from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the bar and Hemingway Lounge.

La Sirena

Located in the heart of West Palm Beach, La Sirena bills itself as “a world class restaurant that just happens to be Italian.” More than 1200 selections, mainly from

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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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