On a summers night, what could be more romantic than a breathtaking sunset and a stroll through a peaceful garden with someone you love? Partake in something new this weekend, try the Sushi and Stroll Summer Walks at the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, 4000 Morikami Park Road, Delray Beach. Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens is having a cultural event this Friday, July 12, 2018 from 5:30pm – 8:30pm.   They welcome guests to take part in the occasional chance to stroll the gardens at sunset during their Sushi & Stroll evening.

Visit the 6 distinct Japanese inspired gardens within the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens.  Make the special evening complete and enjoy the finest Japanese sake, Pan-Asian cuisine, food trucks and ice-cold beer.…

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Have you ever heard the expression "eat like a king"? The Town of Jupiter has an all-time favorite diner for locals and visitors alike. It is a tiny diner known as the Royal Café. Royal Café is where you go to get feel-good, old fashioned love on a plate. The café is family owned by a hands on, delightful couple, Rick and Amy Biederwolf. From the moment you walk into the vintage café you are welcomed. It's hard not to feel like you're visiting a neighbor or sitting down at Grandma's kitchen table. The warm smiles and genuine interaction from servers goes beyond the common conversation. 

A diner is a small restaurant found predominantly in the Northwest and Midwest offering a wide range American food as well as a sit-down counter with welcoming…

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The Palm Beach Zoo and Conservation Society announced that for the fourth consecutive year, it has received a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence. When the Palm Beach Zoo receives five consecutive years of excellence, it will join a select assemblage of others listed in TripAdvisor’s Hall of Fame.  This recognition allows TripAdvisor to freely honor businesses that are top tourism award recipients with the public.

Stroll the Palm Beach Zoo, 1301 Summit Boulevard, West Palm Beach, with a libation or two, wild friends, a designated driver and good old rock-n-roll music at the Roar & Pour event on July 28, 2018. The Rock and Roar event at the Palm Beach Zoo is presenting an amazing tribute band, Majesty of Rock. The sunset happening will also…

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Have you ever heard of a Swedish Coffee house?  Swedish tradition of a coffee break is called fika. A fika isn't just a coffee break.  It's a moment to leisurely slow down and appreciate the good things in life.  It’s a simple concept. It's a chance to take a break, with a cup of coffee or tea with alone or with a friend and a bite to eat.

In the American culture, coffee has come to be more about grabbing a 16-ounce-grande-whatever, in a paper cup to go, coffee is more about fueling up and going fast. Coffee was the choice over tea after the Boston Tea Party, it was considered unpatriotic to drink tea. Colonists soon found that they could import coffee grown in Central and South America. By the beginning of the 1900's, fast moving Americans half of…

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The Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium in Abacoa is always hosting fun family events throughout the baseball season. Here’s a list of some upcoming things to do:

Christmas in July

On Saturday, July 21st celebrate Christmas in July as the stadium transforms into a winter wonderland. There will be a gingerbread house building competition, snowball fights, candy canes aplenty, spiked eggnog, Santa Claus and more! Watch the Palm Beach Cardinals vs the Saint Lucie Mets starting at 5:30 p.m. Wear an ugly Christmas sweater for a discounted ticket.

Dog Days

Bring Fido along for $5 on July 28th and August 25th. Your pup’s tickets will benefit local pet charities in Palm Beach County.

Let’s Have a Party Thursdays

Every Thursday fans can purchase a…

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There’s only two summer food truck events left at the Palm Beach Zoo and if you haven’t been yet you should definitely go.

At the Food Truck Safari, local Palm Beach County food trucks serve up gourmet food of all cultures. The Tiki Bar has your drinks with a nice beer and wine list plus a local brewery tap-takeover. There’s also live music, family games, close-up animal encounters and more.

The last two Food Truck Safaris are on Saturday, July 14th and on Saturday, August 11th from 4:30-9 p.m.

Tickets are available at the door.

The Food Trucks include:

Gastro Geeks (American)

Curry In A Hurry (Indian)

Churrasco Grill (Latin)

Hoffman’s Sweet Ride (Dessert)

Crayzlicious (Variety)

Curbside Gourmet (French)

Que Rico…

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If you’re looking for something to do to entertain your kids or grandkids, try taking them to the monthly Kids Crawl downtown at the Gardens.

On the last Wednesday of each month, kids can have fun playing games, doing arts and crafts, going on carousel rides for free. There’s plenty to of fun-filled things to do and always a new surprise.

Adults can enjoy retail promotions during the Kids Crawl and have lunch at the Yard House, Blend Bistro or Paris in Town.

The Crawl takes place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Find out more information online here.

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SOCAPRI located along the world-famous shopping strip, Worth Avenue, is Palm Beach County’s elite destination for Italian beach resort wear.

The owners, from Capri, Italy, wanted to bring elegant style to the Americas and chose Palm Beach for its similarities to the small island off the coast of Italy.

Discover custom resort wear inspired by the clear waters of Capri and browse styles made for high-end clientele.

View men’s and women’s styles on SOCAPRI’s website and stop in the store for a glass of Prosecco, Lemoncello or an Espresso upon entering.

SOCAPRI is located at 235 Suite C Worth Ave, Palm Beach.

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Opened 130 years ago, the Old Key Lime House in Lantana is Florida’s first ever waterfront restaurant. To this day it’s more popular than ever- voted South Florida’s best casual party destination.

The Key Lime House is a Key West-style restaurant serving mouthwatering seafood with delicious signature small plates like crab cakes and conch fritters. Of course their name comes from their world-famous, award-winning key lime pie. You have to order a slice after your meal and/or take a whole pie home with you- a popular option.

The Intracoastal-side eatery has a sailor’s atmosphere with brightly colored walls and boardwalk floors that stretch out over the water. They boast the largest outdoor Tiki Bar in South Florida- a great spot to listen to live…

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The Dine Out Downtown Delray Restaurant Week is an annual event foodies mark on their calendar for a good reason.

From August 1st-7th 35 restaurants on the Delray Beach waterfront offer a special prix fixe menu with $20 lunches and $40 dinners.

From local favorites like Deck 84 and DADA to 50 Ocean and Caffe Luna Rosa just steps away from the beach, the Delray dining scene is one of a kind in South Florida.

Dine Out week is a fun event for everyone who loves to eat and it’s for a good cause, too. This year’s charity is the Not One Hungry Homeless Student Delray Beach Initiative (see here).

View more info and the list of restaurants here. You don't need to purchase tickets ahead of time, just choose your restaurants and make reservations…

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