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The Downtown Palm Beach Gardens, formally The Downtown at the Gardens is continuing to host their outdoor concert series on Friday and Saturday nights.

The free weekly concert features a diverse lineup of regional and local bands playing everything from country, classic rock, pop, blues, jazz, oldies and everything in between. The concerts take place in the Centre Court of the outdoor shopping and lifestyle center. The live music will begin at 6 pm and last until 9 pm.

January 2020 Schedule:
Friday, 1/17: Shadow Creek
Saturday, 1/18: 33 Years
Friday, 1/24: The Mark Telesca Band
Saturday, 1/25: Ben Krieger
Friday, 1/31: The Samantha Russell Band

Before or during the concerts, stop by one of the several restaurants at the Downtown Palm Beach Gardens for

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The Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium along with Student ACES are hosting their 6th Annual Heroes VS. Hotshots Kickball Game in Jupiter this weekend.

Come and watch the celebrity “Hotshots” take on the Military, Fire and Police Officers “Heroes” in a fun and competitive kickball game on the main field.

The family friendly event will also feature carnivals rides, games, live music and entertainment, food from Bolay, bounce houses, prizes, and much more. The event is free to attend, and ride and game tickets will be available for purchase and sold onsite.

Event Details:
When: Saturday, January 18th
Time: 4 pm to 9 pm
Location: Roger Dean Chevrolet Stadium located at 4751 Main Street, Jupiter.

Click here to view their Facebook page for more information.

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Head to Hobe Sound this Saturday for the ultimate 4th Annual Dunkin Chili Challenge. Come and taste some of the best chili as the cooks compete for the title of “Best Chili” in Hobe Sound.

The cooks will be allowed to participate in both the open and CASI rules competitions. The Dunkin’s Chili Challenge is an official CASI event and CASI rules apply. The rules include Chili cooked on site, Chili cooked from scratch, No fillers in the Chili, Sanitation and Inspection of the cooking conditions.
In addition to the “Best Chili” contest there will also be a Salsa Contest to see who has the best and hottest Salsa in Hobe Sound.

There will also be live entertainment, a Kid’s Zone, food and drinks available for purchase, Chili Tasting Kits available for purchase

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Two restaurants in Palm Beach County have made the list of the “Top 100 Restaurants in America” List for 2019. Palm Beach County was the only county in Florida to have two restaurants make the list.

OpenTable, the online reservation making, and review website conducted a survey which included 27 states. The newly released list includes Palm Beach Island’s Buccan and Krave located in Tequesta. The two local favorites are among 7 restaurants in Florida that have made the list.

Buccan is a local favorite bistro with head Chef Clay Conley that has been added to the list once again. Buccan is a high-end bistro featuring American cuisine mixed with some of the freshest ingredients from the very best sources. Buccan features small plates with big flavors and

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Celebrate the holidays in style this year with Holiday Tea at the iconic Palm Beach Breaker’s Hotel.

The Holiday Tea will be served in the Henry Morrison Flagler room, named after the resort’s founder and key figure in the development of Palm Beach and Florida’s Atlantic Coast.

The afternoon Holiday Tea will also be serving handcrafted tea sandwiches, warm buttermilk scones, rose petal jam, delicates pastries, as well as a curated selected of teas. The menu will also feature specialty cocktails and other special items.

Holiday Tea at The Breaker’s Hotel is $75 dollars per person and is only on a select number of days during the month of December.

Reservations can be made by calling 877-724-3188.

Holiday Tea will be served on from 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm on:

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Come and celebrate the Palm Beach lifestyle at the Lilly Pulitzer’s Beach Bash that helps support and benefit the Sea Turtle Hospital at the Loggerhead Marinelife Center.

The Loggerhead Marinelife Center and the friends at Lilly Pulitzer have partnered together for the ultimate Beach Bash party. The annual Beach Bash is now its 14th year and is one of Lilly Pulitzer’s largest annual charity event.

The theme this year is Squeeze the Day, because the fashion brand Lilly Pulitzer once started as a juice stand. The bright and colorful patterned outfits and designs were founded by the former Palm Beach resident Lilly Pulitzer in 1959. The Pulitzer family owned several Florida citrus orange groves and Lilly opened a juice stand on Worth Avenue in Palm Beach.

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Downtown At The Gardens, the outdoor shopping and lifestyle center is about to undergo a name change for 2020. The Downtown at the Gardens will now be known as Downtown Palm Beach Gardens.

ShopCore Properties, the owners and operators of the 49-acre center announced this December that the center will be changing its name. In addition to the name change, the center will be adding a state-of-the- art Ride Share Lounge, Voodoo Bayou Restaurant and Subculture Coffee. Also coming soon is a new Lifetime Athletic Center, a resort-style fitness club that broke ground on a 3-story exercise facility with a spa, exercise classes and rooftop bistro. New stores and restaurants that have recently opened include Pineapple Kidz, Le Bouchon Bistro and Vagabond Apparel.

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Palm Beach County was the only county in Florida with two restaurants featured on OpenTable “Top 100 Restaurants in America” list. OpenTable’s 2019 “Top 100” list includes a Palm Beach popular hotspot and an intimate French restaurant in Tequesta.

The “Top 100 Restaurants in America” list was released this week.  The data was gathered and compiled by the global online reservation service, OpenTable, which seats 131 million diners each month at more than 54,000 restaurants nationwide. “Whether a restaurant has received national accolades or is built on local fanfare, our Top 100 reflects diners’ favorite culinary experiences across the country,” Andrea Johnston, COO at OpenTable, said via news release. “What ultimately ties these restaurants together is

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The Annual Ugly Sweater Crawl is coming to West Palm Beach and Rosemary Square this Saturday. The bar crawl will feature many bars throughout downtown West Palm Beach.

Gather your friends and get dressed up in your Ugly Christmas Sweaters for the ultimate holiday event. The event will feature your favorite bars and restaurants in Rosemary Square and they will be offering exclusive food and drink specials throughout the day.

The event will also feature prizes for the Best Dressed Ugly Christmas Sweater and holiday attire. Tickets start at $15 dollars per person and your ticket includes 4 free drinks. You must be 21 years or older to participate in the event.

You are asked to bring a new unwrapped toy to help those less fortune in the community. The Ugly

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This weekend, head to the Riverwalk Plaza in Jupiter for the inaugural Toast to the Coast hosted by Teach the Beach Foundation.

The Toast to the Coast will help benefit the ocean and environment conservation. Many outreach and learning programs will be present from many of our local environmental conversation non-profits and organizations.

The event will feature local Food Trucks and live music from Jakob Takos and Kevin O Live. There will also be shopping, entertainment and much more.

Teach the Beach Foundation is a no profit organization whose mission is to create awareness and educate the public on ways to help conserve our local oceans and environment.

Tickets range in price and a VIP ticket that includes early entry, unlimited beverages, exclusive

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