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Trivia is booming in the Palm Beaches where many restaurants now host special trivia-based events during the week. Here are some of our favorite trivia nights in the Palm Beaches.

Mondays

Beer Trade Co. in Delray Beach

Every week at 7 p.m. get your brain on beer and win some free drafts.

145 NE 4th Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33483

Tuesdays

Dubliner Irish Pub in Boca

Starts at 8 p.m. There's also live music and entertainment til 2 a.m.

435 Plaza Real, Boca Raton, FL 33432.

Wednesdays

Saltwater Brewery in Delray Beach

Win some gift cards and other cool prizes starting at 7 p.m. Come hungry because Parabas Grill Food Truck is on site too.

1701 W Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach, FL 33444.

Thursdays

The Brass

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A restaurant’s atmosphere is one of the most important parts of a great meal. Thankfully, the best South Florida eateries pride themselves not only on their food but also on their ambiance.

Here are a few of the best restaurant atmospheres in the Palm Beaches.

Salt 7

Salt 7 has one of the best Sunday brunches around. With a DJ playing the latest in club hits, and a flashy dancing robot, the atmosphere is entertaining and, as always, the food is delicious.

Taboo

Taboo is a classy bistro and bar in Palm Beach that makes you feel as if you stepped into one of the finest speakeasies of the roaring twenties.

Guanabanas

Guanabanas is a tropical-themed restaurant with delicious island dishes and live music and it sits right on the

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The Palm Beaches have some of the best roof top bars and restaurants in South Florida. Here are a few of our favorites.

RH Rooftop

RH Rooftop Restaurant is a lovely four-story Restoration Hardware “mansion” on Okeechobee Boulevard in West Palm Beach which peers at the city of West Palm.

Address: 560 Okeechobee Blvd, West Palm Beach

Hours: 10 a.m to 8 p.m.

Roxy’s Pub

Roxy’s Pub is an Irish-themed bar with warm tones, tables games downstairs for adults and a lively rooftop.

Address: 309 Clematis St, West Palm Beach

Hours: Monday to Thursday, 11:30 a.m. to 3 a.m., Friday and Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 4 a.m., Sundays 11:30 a.m. to 12 a.m.

Phone: 561-296-7699

Cielo Sky Lounge at Banko Cantina

The Cielo Sky Lounge is Banko

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There are many great outdoor bars and restaurants in the Palm Beaches. Here are a few in Jupiter that you are sure to enjoy.

Guanabanas

Guanabanas has live music Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, along with "Big Wednesdays" Big Wednesdays usually have a band or two and some interesting theme or event, like celebrity surfers or maybe a band that is bigger than just local. If you're bored on "hump-day", that's the day to hit up Guanabanas.

The Square Grouper

The Square Grouper Tiki Bar and Castaways Marina is probably our most popular spot in Jupiter, and this is because of Alan Jackson's, “Its' Five O'Clock Somewhere” video with Jimmy. Between the Fish Tournaments and the fundraisers every year, there's always something to do at The

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There are many great places to get seafood in Jupiter, FL. Here are a few of our favorites.

Food Shack

Known for its unique fish dishes, such as sweet potato crusted, Food Shack combines great local food with a relaxed atmosphere and moderate prices. Definitely worth a visit. And while you’re there, check out their desserts, the creme brulee cheesecake and dark chocolate nut mash are delicious.

Jetty’s

Jetty’s Waterfront Restaurant is a staple in Jupiter. It’s higher priced, but the atmosphere is still very casual. You can relax and drink at the bar or eat your meal at one of the restaurant’s tables by the water. Either way, if you order seafood, you’re sure to be satisfied. 

Shipwreck Bar and Grill

With large and tasty, seafood

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The West Palm Brewery & Wine Vault, just two streets over from Clematis, is a place for beer and wine connoisseurs to enjoy in-house fermented beer, wine, and delicious food.

The whole concept of this brewery is based on interaction. You can see the sealed fermentation tanks in the room behind the bartenders and you'll also notice chefs making food cooked to order from their original menu of small plates. This bar food isn't second-rate that's for sure; it's raved over by customers, as you can see from these Yelp reviews. The menu includes small pizzas, Charcuterie boards, Bavarian pretzels, sliders, wings and more. 

On the interior, the brewery has a modern industrial style with high top barrel-base tables, dropdown lighting fixtures, and stone

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The Farm-To-Table movement has grown considerably and, over the past five years, 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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Restaurants in the Palm Beaches are known for many things, including their 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

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Here are three great restaurants in Boynton Beach that you might want to check out.

The Venu

The Venu offers a fun atmosphere with live music and specially planned events like a “Very Intimate Evening” with Los Lobos coming in February. The spot opened just about 2 months ago and offers lunch and dinner as well as a Sunday Brunch. The menu is Italian with steakhouse elements and lighter bites are offered on the “Showtime” and happy hour menus. The Venu is a great place to eat, listen to music and just vibe with some good company in a nice setting.

Location: 8794 Boynton Beach Blvd., 561-200-0222.

Bramer's Brazilian Cuisine

Try some wholesome food from a simple Brazilian-inspired menu at this casual location. Bramer's Brazilian has

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Anzo Mediterranean Kitchen is a Mediterranean/Middle Eastern build-your-own-meal restaurant in Palm Beach Gardens' that you and your family are sure to enjoy. It's called "Anzo," and it's a healthy option for lunch or dinner, following the pick-your-base-and-toppings counter service trend that's been vastly growing in the food industry.

At Anzo, you opt for a bowl or wrap, pick a base of rice or quinoa and/or salad greens, then you choose a protein, add veggies, toppings, sauces and dressings.

Anzo has some amazing options for proteins including turkey meatballs, braised lamb, charred chicken, falafel, and salmon. From half an avocado and organic hard-boiled egg to olive tapenade and seed mixes, the 15 topping options are quite the variety as

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