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Many of the shops and restaurants at the Royal Poinciana Plaza on Palm Beach Island are open and are ready for you. For the past several weeks, The Royal has been connecting to their customers virtually but now many shops and restaurants are open with modified hours.

The renovated Royal Poinciana Plaza is located is the heart of Palm Beach Island on the corner of Royal Poinciana Way and Cocoanut Row. The outdoor shopping and lifestyle center features over 180,000 square feet with lush gardens and courtyards.

New safety measures and protocols are in place to help keep everyone safe at The Royal. Social distancing is being enforced throughout with new signage and adjustments to restaurants and shops, all retails and restaurant employees wear face

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Downtown Palm Beach Gardens, formally known as Downtown at the Gardens is back open and ready for you to come to dine and shop at one of several shops, boutiques, hair salons, movie theater, and restaurants.

The outdoor shopping and lifestyle center underwent a name change in the beginning of the year. In addition to the name change more stores and restaurants will be coming to the Downtown. Currently under construction is the new Lifetime Athletic Center, a resort style fitness center that will feature 3-stories of fitness classes, a rooftop bistro, and a spa.

The Downtown at the Gardens opened in 2005 with Whole Foods and Cobb Theaters as its anchor stores. The name change comes as an opportunity to celebrate the city. Downtown Palm Beach Gardens

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The newly renovated Rosemary Square, in downtown West Palm Beach has reopened for visitors are taking extra precautions to help keep everyone safe.

The outdoor shopping, dining, and entertainment venue has hand sanitizer stations throughout the property and frequent cleanings of high touch areas. The center encourages everyone to wear a mask, wash hands regularly and to keep distance.

Public events are postponed until further notice, but serval shops and restaurants have reopened for the public. Rosemary Square’s valet has returned on Okeechobee Boulevard and all parking garages have touchless payments.

Many shops and restaurants have modified hours and some even offering curbside service and take out and delivery. For a complete list of what’s

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Martin County, like many counties in Florida has entered Phase Two of Reopening South Florida last week. Nearby counties Palm Beach County, Broward County and Miami-Dade County are still waiting to hear back from Governor DeSantis on whether they can enter Phase Two. Phase Two took effect on Friday, June 5th in Martin County.

Here is what Phase Two means:

  • Restaurants may allow bar-top seating with appropriate social distancing
  • Pubs and Bars may operate at 50% capacity inside and full capacity outside with appropriate social distancing
  • Retail stores may operate at full capacity
  • Gyms and Fitness Centers may operate at full capacity
  • Entertainment houses such as concert houses, auditoriums, movie theaters, playhouses, bowling alleys,
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The iconic Breakers Hotel on Palm Beach is now open for hotel guests. The historic hotel opened its door to guests on Friday, May 22nd after a 10-week temporary closure amidst the coronavirus pandemic. Since being closed the staff of the hotel has examined and reviewed every area and hotel space to enhanced safeguards.

The hotel outlined in a 16-page document their enhanced safety and cleaning procedures to the Health and Safety Precautions in Response to Covid-19 before reopening. The hotel’s cleaning and safety procedures meet and exceed all government guidelines and industry recommendations.

 Every housekeeper will be provided gloves, shoe coverings and facial masks, and every room will be properly disinfected. The staff will continue to monitor

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Businesses, restaurants, recreational facilities, parks, and beaches are starting to open in Palm Beach County with new ways to keep their employees, staff, and customers healthy. The unofficial start to summer has officially begun and here are just some activities and things to do that make Palm Beach County great.

Beaches

Palm Beach County is home to more than 47 miles of pristine shoreline and 26 public beaches along the coastline.  All non-municipal County beaches are open sunrise to sunset with no specific restrictions other than to keep socially distant and no congregating in groups of 10 people or more.

Boating, Snorkeling, Scuba Diving, Paddle Boarding

Being on the water is a favorite activity by many here in Palm Beach County. Given

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Things are starting to get back to normal at The Gardens Mall. The two-story mall located in Palm Beach Gardens reopened Friday, May 15th for shoppers after being closed for nearly two months.

The Gardens Mall joins Boca Raton’s Town Center Mall and The Mall at Wellington Green which opened earlier this month and the Palm Beach Outlets among the list of major retailers to reopen in Palm Beach County.  

All mall employees will wear masks and every day when before their shift begins will have their temperature checked. Tables have been moved in the food court to allow for social distancing and cards are placed on tables to let customers know it have been clean and sanitized. Restaurants in the mall are currently closed for sit down dining but take

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Florida restaurants are now able to serve more people for dine in services. The State of Florida was entered into its Full Phase One of reopening Monday, May 18th. Restaurants and dine in services have been closed or take out and delivery only since the middle of March.

Restaurants and dining establishments are now allowed to be operating at 50% capacity instead of the 25% capacity last week. Those who choose to eat out at a restaurant are still encouraged to follow the CDC guidelines for social distancing and tables must remain at least 6 feet apart from each other.

The order went into effect Monday and restaurants can now serve more people for dine in services indoors and outdoors. Take out and delivery is still available at local restaurants for

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Good news for Floridians, Governor DeSantis announced last week that the entire state of Florida will begin to enter the full Phase One of reopening the state and its economy, getting one step closer at getting life back to normal.

As more things begin to open in Florida, you are still asked to follow the CDC guidelines for social distancing and wear a face mask to keep the spread of COVID-19 numbers down.

Here is what is open in Palm Beach County and the state:

Restaurants

Food establishments may increase their indoor capacity to 50% instead of 25% with the proper social distancing and outdoor seating is encouraged.

Retail Stores

Stores are allowed to operate at 50% capacity indoors.

Libraries and Museums

Museums and libraries are

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Under Phase 1 South Florida restaurants can reopen under social distancing guidelines. Mizner Park within the City of Boca Raton will provisionally allow expansion of al fresco style outdoor seating to allow more patrons to dine in while still exercising social distancing. According to the latest numbers from the Florida Department of Health, there are 39,199 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state, including 1,669 deaths.

According to Governor DeSantis the first phase which includes restaurants and retail stores to operate at 2 percent capacity and restaurants with outdoor dining must keep six feet of distance between tables. However, movie theaters and hair salons must remain closed.  Students must remain with the distance learning concept

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