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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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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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The Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens is reopening their doors to shoppers starting today. The mall closed in the middle of March due to Covid-19 and has gotten to approval from the Governor to reopen. 

Recently the mall sent out survey’s to mall customers on tips and feedback on how they should reopen and what shoppers should expect to see when the mall opens back up. The results from the survey found that shoppers are anxious to get back to the mall. 

The mall is offering: curbside and home delivery, reduce seating in the food court, signs on table in the food court noting that table has been sanitized and cleaned, mall employees will have sanitizing products and wear masks at all times, opening doors for guests, suspended valet service,

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For the past several weeks, the popular Florida based grocery store adjusted their hours and reserved shopping hours for seniors only during the pandemic. With the Covid-19 numbers continuing to go down in Florida, Publix will now be opening during their normal hours of operation beginning tomorrow, Saturday, May 16th. 

In a press release, Publix announced that shopping will resume normal hours from 7 am to 9 pm and that Publix pharmacies will be returning to their normal hours as well. 

The company also thanked everyone for their support over the past few weeks and understand that some customers will still like to shop when the stores are less crowded and encourage them to shop in the first hour of the day. 

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A portion of Town Center Boulevard in Jupiter will be closed and restaurants of Downtown Abacoa are joining together to host Open-Air Dining Weekend beginning this Friday, May 15th.  Town Center Boulevard will be closed for four consecutive weekends for the event. 

The restaurants are joining together to host the new event. Tables and chairs will be lining the street of Abacoa’s Town Center between Crescent Drive and Edna Hibel Drive.  The tables will be spread out to create a nice enjoyable outdoor dining experience while still keeping distance.  Tables will be set up six feet apart and no more than ten people can be placed at one table. 

Open Air Dining Weekends will be held from 4 pm to 10 pm on Friday, May 15th through Sunday, May 17th,

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Jupiter has a new grocery store chain opening soon.   Aldi, the popular low-cost grocery retailer, has been in the industry since 1976.   Aldi operates in 35 states with nearly 1,700 U.S. stores. The concept implements a cost-effective approach to grocery shopping that saves patrons cash on their grocery bills. 

Aldi began in Germany when two brothers took over their mothers tiny grocery store in 1946.  They built it into one of Germany's largest food retailers, with 300 stores known for its low prices. The brothers had a fallingabout selling cigarettes in the store and split the company. The brothers decided to split the company geographically with Northern Germany and Southern Germany.  Aldi Nord (north) aquired Trader Joe's in the United States

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Good news for shoppers, The Palm Beach Outlets announced late last week that they will be reopening for shoppers today, Monday May 11th. Last week, Governor DeSantis met with Palm Beach County officials and commissioners and agreed to let Palm Beach County enter Phase One of Reopening Florida.

Phase One includes restaurants and retail shops to open with 25% capacity. The Governor also included hair salons, nail salons and barber shops to reopen beginning today as well. 

The Palm Beach Outlets announced last week that they will be reopening today and will start welcoming shoppers back at their retail stores and restaurants. Stores that will be opening today include: Whole Foods, Skechers, Starbucks, PetSmart, TooJay’s, BJ’s Restaurnat and Brewery,

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The popular Palm Beach Gardens mall is hoping to receive the okay from the Governor to begin their own reopening process.  If the State of Florida continues to reopen like it has been doing, The Gardens Mall is planning on reopening their doors by Monday, May 18th. 

The Gardens Mall closed it doors due to Covid-19 at closing time on Wednesday, March 18th.  Recently the mall sent out survey’s to mall customers on tips and feedback on how they should reopen and what shoppers should expect to see when the mall opens back up. 

The results from the survey found that shoppers are anxious to get back to the mall. The mall is also planning to put these steps in place: curbside and home delivery, reduce seating in the food court, mall employees will have

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While the Gardens Mall in Palm Beach Gardens is temporarily closed to shoppers and visitors, the Food Court and several restaurants are open for take out and delivery. 

For food delivery’s, orders can be placed online through Delivery Dudes, PostMates, Door Dash, Uber Eats or directly from the restaurant. 

Restaurants Open Include: 

1. California Pizza Kitchen: Located in the Food Court is open for both take out and delivery

2. P.F. Changs: Located on the first floor of the mall, near Nordstrom’s is open for take out and delivery.

3. Brio Tuscan Grille: Located on the first floor of the mall, near Nordstrom’s is open for take out and delivery.

4.  Park Avenue Grille: Located on the second floor of the mall is open for take out and delivery. 

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Now more than ever it’s important for us as a community to help our local shops and boutiques. Since most of us are working from home, there has been a spike in online shopping. Everyone is buying groceries, medications, food deliveries, shoes, clothes and more online. While the local shops and boutiques temporarily closed their doors, their online shop is still open. 

Here is a list of some local Palm Beach County shops and boutiques that you can shop online.

Blessed Boutique

Ceci Palm Beach

Rulon Reed

Chic Boutique Fashion

John Craig

Lola Dre

Ileen Girl 

Pineapple, Palms, Etc.

For more, click here. 

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