December 2019

There are 44 blog entries for December 2019.

Jupiter has hidden waterways, beaches, and countless trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding, all of which are great ways to explore the area. Here are 3 fun ways to explore Jupiter this Winter.

Carlin Park

Carlin Park is the premier location for Snorkeling 101. It prohibits boats for safe splashing; therefore, no dive flag is required. To get started, you just need to bring your gear and walk out to the reef.

The Jupiter Sound

You can kayak or paddleboard the Jupiter sound using either your own equipment or by renting a kayak or paddleboard from the Jupiter Outdoor Center. Because of the weather, now is the perfect time to explore the Jupiter Sound. When the ocean temperatures cool, manatees migrate to the warmer waters of the

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A diner is a small restaurant that is known for its classic homey dishes that is served for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Diners are mainly located in the northeast United States but have grown to other parts of the United States and range in all types of food, mostly American style cuisine. Lucky for us, Jupiter has plenty of great diners for you to try.

The Royal Café is known to serve some of the best breakfast in Jupiter. The cash only restaurant serves classic American comfort food for breakfast, lunch and an early dinner or afternoon snack. Some of the menu items include pancakes, breakfast sandwiches, omelettes, classic club sandwiches, sandwiches, salads, healthy choices and much more. The Royal Café is located at 75 E Indiantown Road in Jupiter

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ChaseN’Tailz invites families to join in on one of the most fun holiday kids fishing tournaments around, Santa Slam! Children 12 and under are welcome to grab their rod & reel to come fish at the Juno Beach Pier on December 21st at 9am for a small $10 donation. The donation couldn’t go to a better cause- it will help less fortunate families with very sick children!

“The Santa Slam is all about teaching children about giving back and teaching them about our history by mentoring ethical angling.” Summer Warren, Director of ChaseN’Tailz and Santa Slam, told Waterfront Properties, “We think small hands giving big is our future."

Some amazing local Captains will be present during Santa Slam to mentor our junior anglers on ethical angling, bait/tackle,

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The Abacoa Golf Club in Jupiter is a place for those who enjoy the fun of the sport. The course features multiple elevations, beautiful views, new landscaping and an outside bar at the 18th hole.

The course was the last one designed by renowned course architect Joe Lee in 1999 before his death. Matching his style, the course has many elevation changes, sloping fairways with few hindrances, 14 holes surrounded by water and picturesque views of the surrounding wetlands and wildlife. Recently the course underwent a $1 million renovation which improved the lake banks, created new landscaping and new golf cart paths, and birthed the Abacoa Golf Club Academy. The bar at the clubhouse is also a cool spot for refreshing drinks after the game.

The most

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Now, with the cool weather, here it's the perfect time to plan your next camping trip with your family. Here are a few of the best places to go camping in Palm Beach County. 

Lion Country Safari

Lion Country Safari's KOA campground opened in November 1983. The Travel Channel named it “One of the World’s Top Ten Richest RV Parks” for the experience of sleeping yards from wild animals at Lion Country Safari’s drive-through safari. Campers can hear lions roar and siamangs hoot throughout the day!

Where: 2000 Lion Country Safari Rd, Loxahatchee, FL 33470

John Prince Park Campground

John Prince Park Campground in Lake Worth offers distinctly local vibes and a mix of tent and RV camping on the banks of idyllic Lake Osborne. Spend the days

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While Palm Beach is known for reserved luxury, it also has much to offer in terms of new and fun. Here are some of the best recent additions to Palm Beach that you can check out.

The Breakers

While The Breakers, opened in 1896, is certainly nothing new, but the hotel’s 200-foot lobby is. There’s also new art at the Eau Palm Beach resort, including playful paddleboards designed in collaboration with Estée Lauder creative director Donald Robertson, painter and textile designer Lulu DK and photographer Nicholas Mele. A number were already auctioned off, but the rest will remain on the property this season for guests to enjoy.

Royal Poinciana Plaza

The Royal Poinciana Plaza, which is quickly becoming the town’s shopping epicenter, is adding

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The Worth Avenue Association and The Town of Palm Beach are partnering together to host the Palm Beach Concours Car Show this weekend.

The Classic Car Show is this Sunday, December 8th from 11 am to 2 pm. The Car Show is taking place on the iconic Worth Avenue from the 100 block to the 300 block. The free community event will showcase the iconic shopping destination of Worth Avenue with high-end and luxury automobiles. The cars featured in the show cover everything from classics to exotics cars.

The cars in the show will be judged based on the vehicle’s exterior, vehicle’s interior, vehicle’s engine bay, and the vehicle’s overall aesthetics. Eased category is a set of points totaling 100 points for a perfect score.

The event is free to attend, and all are

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The Palm Beaches have an eclectic diversity of cuisines—among which Asian food is one of the most popular. Here are a few of our favorite Asian-style restaurants in the Palm Beaches.

Imoto

Imoto offers quality Japanese food prepared by Chef and owner, Clay Conley, who spent years working and living in Japan. The fish is fresh, the food is well prepared and the plate appearance is intricate, reflecting the delicacy of the dish. You'll also find great service and an awesome happy hour.

Where: 350 S County Rd, Palm Beach, FL 33480

Talay Thai

Talay Thai is an all-around favorite with high ratings on every website and it's a frequent spot for PGA National golfers. The curry sauce is mouthwatering and the lobster melts in your mouth- you will

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Just because it’s Fall doesn’t mean the fun in the sun is over. At least not if you live in the Palm Beaches. Here are three of our favorite places to play water sports in Palm Beach County.

Jet Skiing

Jet-ski rentals are available in the heart of downtown West Palm. From the docks, you can jaunt south down the Intracoastal to race past views of the downtown skyline, sprawling Palm Beach estates and the famous Mar-A-Lago.

Sailing

Embrace the breezy days of The Palm Beaches and set sail on the Intracoastal. Catamaran rentals are available at Get Wet Watersports in Riviera Beach, just before the Blue Heron Bridge. Their fleet has two versions of Hobie Cat available, depending on your skill set and party size.

Kayaking

The best way to

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The City of Palm Beach Gardens is getting into the holiday spirit this Friday, December 6th with the lighting of their holiday Christmas Tree.

The Annual Tree Lighting is a family friendly event to help celebrate and kick off the holiday season. The fun-filled night includes the Lighting of the Christmas Tree, Snow Fall, a children’s area, musical entertainment by Jammin’ Jim, children’s games and activities, craft making with Santa’s Elves, food and drink purchases and much more.

There will also be visits and photo opportunities with Santa and Mrs. Claus. Santa and Mrs. Claus will be posing for photos from 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm, 6 pm to 7:30 pm, and 6 pm to 8 pm you’ll have a chance to pose for a selfie with Elfie.

During the event, venture inside the Burns

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