Lucky Shuck's applewood smoked and sweet tea-brined whole turkey. Photo by Michael Albanese

6 Local Spots Offering Thanksgiving Dining

Leave the cooking to the professionals and feast at some of northern Palm Beach County’s favorite restaurants
Santas Little Helper cocktail at Miracle Pop-Up Bar. Photo by Melissa Hom

Miracle Bar Pops Up at PGA National Resort

Get into the holiday spirit with the help of some festive libations at the Miracle Pop-Up Bar beginning November 23
Shanghai soup dumplings. Photo by Alissa Dragun

Far East Fare at Blackbird

The modern Asian concept bringing the flavors of traditional Chinese to Jupiter locals
Beacon cocktails. Photo by Yvonne Albinowski

Beacon Unveils Upscale Happy Hour

The Charlie & Joe's at Love Street eatery will welcome diners to indulge in its first-ever happy hour, available Tuesday to Sunday
Bourbon and Hay-Roasted Oysters at 1000 North. Photo by Michael Albanese)

Autumn on the Menu

1000 North, AquaGrille, Lucky Shuck Oyster Bar & Taphouse, and 3800 Ocean Restaurant & Lounge are showcasing the flavors of the season
Smokey S'mores. Photo courtesy of La Gringuita Cookies

La Gringuita Cookies Debuts Sweet Fall Treats

Indulge in four new autumnal cookie flavors, available for a limited time at Palm Beach County's farmers markets
Ela Curry Kitchen food. Photo by LibbyVision

Ela Curry Kitchen to Host First Diwali Celebration

Celebrate the Festival of Lights with brunch at chef Pushkar Marathe and Andy Dugard's second Palm Beach Gardens concept October 23
Country ham and fig bruschetta. Photo by Michael Albanese

Toast to National Bourbon Heritage Month

To mark National Bourbon Heritage Month, 1000 North is showcasing a menu of food and bourbon pairings to September 30.
Spread at Honeybelle. Photo courtesy PGA National Resort

Indulge in a Foodie Staycation for Flavor Palm Beach

Guests from across the state can indulge in curated prix fixe menus and staycations at the area's renowned hotels
Casa Caña brunch spread. Photo by Sean Ford

Brunching with Benefits at Casa Caña

The Latin-inspired Tequesta resto is donating a portion of its Sunday brunch proceeds to the Perry J. Cohen Foundation.

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