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JUPITER MAGAZINE

LIVE YOUR BEST LIFE!

MEET THE BROCKS TWO BROTHERS BUILDING A LOCAL EMPIRE

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BODY, MIND, SOUL

SELF-CARE SPLURGES THAT ARE TOTALLY WORTH IT

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A Rare Gem In A Perfect Setting SeaGlass, Jupiter Island, An Oceanfront Sanctuary in The Palm Beaches PROMOTION

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This perfect setting has always been among the most coveted along Jupiter Island’s prime oceanfront, though beachfront sites had become so rare, few believed a new project could be realized. Now SeaGlass, Jupiter Island, in the Village of Tequesta, will soon be developed between the Atlantic Ocean and the Intracoastal Waterway located just south of Hobe Sound. Surrounded to the north and south by Coral Cove Parks with protected 360-degree views assured, Fontainebleau Development’s stunning residential offering is a once in a lifetime opportunity. The anticipated completion of SeaGlass, Jupiter Island is Fall 2022.

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Expansive Seaside Residences of Unprecedented Design Now Under Construction Ten stories comprise only twenty-one ultra-luxurious condominium residences with 360-degree views, forever unobstructed, over the Atlantic Ocean, Intracoastal and Jupiter Island. Interiors by New Yorkbased Champalimaud Design reflect the intriguing idea that good design begins with an exceptional story. In this case, “the story” is Jupiter Island. Champalimaud has chosen to tell it with a deft use of innovative materials and contemporary ideas; every return home leads through a private elevator foyer into the ultimate experience of living on the oceanfront. ORAL REPRESENTATIONS CANNOT BE RELIED UPON AS CORRECTLY STATING REPRESENTATIONS OF THE SELLER. FOR CORRECT REPRESENTATIONS, MAKE REFERENCE TO THIS BROCHURE AND TO THE DOCUMENTS REQUIRED BY SECTION 718.503, FLORIDA STATUTES, TO BE FURNISHED BY A SELLER TO A BUYER OR LESSEE. This project has been filed in the State of Florida and no other state. This is not an offer to sell or solicitation of offers to buy the condominium units in states where such offer or solicitation cannot be made. Prices and availability are subject to change at any time without notice. This is a limited time offer. Developer may withdraw offering at any time. We are pledged to the letter and spirit of the US Policy for achievement of equal housing opportunity throughout the nation. We encourage and support an affirmative advertising and marketing program in

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Given the number of celebrities and sportsmen residing in

Overlooking the oceanfront, the experience of indoor-

the area, including renowned professional golfers, the notion

outdoor living is enhanced with an infinity-edge swimming

of privacy is closely guarded and discreetly assured through

pool, a relaxation spa, and an outdoor viewing terrace. The

smart design. Likewise, internationally renowned and locally

chance to read a book or watch your children play on the

known for designing the Jupiter Yacht Club, The Cliveden, The

beach comes to mind, along with the abiding pleasure of

Claridge and The Carlyle, Swedroe Architects approached

living on Jupiter Island, unique among Florida’s coastal

each detail of the design of SeaGlass, Jupiter Island, with all

landscapes. Bound by water, imagine the boating, the

residents’ comforts in mind. The genius here is in the sense of

fishing or the simple satisfaction of a walk along the beach.

balance for those who think of refined solitude as the ultimate

For the avid golfer? To say that courses in the Jupiter area

luxury, and those who want to be more social. Both will be

are unparalleled is an understatement.

highly-served in this gated sanctuary.

SeaGlass, Jupiter Island, is the only new

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on privacy, service and comfort. Three- and four-bedroom residences make the most of ocean-to-intracoastal vistas, ranging in size from 3,781 to 5,323 square feet under air. SeaGlass, Jupiter Island, residences feature expansive private terraces (the two penthouses have private rooftop terraces) and private climate-controlled two-car garages for every residence. The Fitness Center features state-of-the-art weight training and cardio equipment.

which there are no barriers to obtaining housing because of race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status or national origin. All real estate advertised herein is subject to the US Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to make or publish any advertisement that indicates any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, handicap, familial status, or national origin. Please check with your local government agency for more information. The sketches, renderings, pictures and illustrations are proposals only and the developer reserves the right to modify, revise or withdraw any or all of the same at its sole discretion without notice. The renderings illustrate and depict a lifestyle, however, amenities, features and specifications are subject to change without notice. All information is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified.

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Contents JANUARY 2021

Features 38 All in the Family For generations, they have been working together in northern Palm Beach County. Meet the Brocks. By Linda Marx

44 Splurge-Worthy Bucket List

Live your best life in 2021— by spoiling yourself just a bit

By Heather Graulich

50 Ramp It Up!

Take your athleisure style to a whole new level with these luxe designer looks

Photography by Michael Filonow

56 Wellness at Every Age

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Stay physically, mentally, and emotionally fit in your 20s through your 60s and beyond By Tracy Marcello

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Contents 56

In Every Issue 16 Editor’s Note 18 Publisher’s Note 93 Flavor

Foodie news and dining guide

104 Surf Report

What’s up on jupitermag.com

The Local 23 Around Town

New exhibitions at Lighthouse ArtCenter, de-clutter tips for a stress-free space, a must-listen podcast, and more

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26 Character

A Jupiter resident pens her first novel—at 92 years old

28 Beauty

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Skin care for the new year

30 Arts

Three creative locals, three very different mediums

32 The Goods

Find your zen with these calming home products

34 Wanderlust

Road-trip to charming Charleston, South Carolina

93 ON THE COVER Photographer: Steven Martine Andrew and Peter Brock shot by Jupiter Magazine on location at the home of Andrew Brock

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©2021 Palm Beach Media Group North LLC. All rights reserved. Jupiter Magazine is published monthly except June and August by Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Known office of the publication 1000 N. Dixie Hwy., Suite C, West Palm Beach, FL 33401. Postage paid at West Palm Beach, FL and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Jupiter Magazine c/o Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Subscription price: $29.95 per year. Outside U.S. add $35 per year for postage and handling. Send subscription orders to: Subscription Department, Jupiter Magazine, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL, 33480 or e-mail circulation@palmbeachmedia.com. Vol. 21, No. 1, January 2021. Jupiter Magazine and Palm Beach Media Group North LLC retain exclusive rights to all editorial and photographic materials used, which cannot be reproduced in any manner without our written consent.

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Editor in Chief Michelle Lee Ribeiro Creative Director Olga M. Gustine

Managing Editor Melissa Puppo Fashion Editor Katherine Lande Flavor Editor Mark Spivak Web/Social Media Editor Abigail Duffy Contributing Writers Heather Graulich, Tracy Marcello, Linda Marx, Michele Meyer, Paul Rubio DESIGN Art Director Craig R. Cottrell, Jr. B OU T I QU E

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THROUGH SELF LOVE + CARE

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here’s a Bukowski quote that has always struck a chord with me ever since I first read it. It goes: “We are here to laugh at the odds and live our lives so well that Death will tremble to take us.” (If you’re curious, it’s a quote he gave to Life magazine in December 1988). And as we tiptoe into 2021, those words are more poignant than ever. Last year, the universe threw quite the curveball at us, and we’re still trying to figure out how to handle it. The answer, for me, is this: We just go out there and live life every single day as well as we possibly can. Whether that means continuing to hunker down and spend precious time with loved ones or venturing out to explore the world (virus be darned!) or taking time to focus on inner happiness and self-love...Whatever “living well” means to you, make a promise to yourself to do just that this year. Because you absolutely deserve it. This issue centers on that concept: living your best life. And while your version of your best life certainly differs from your neighbor’s and mine, one thing I think we can all agree on is that none of us can live our best life without first taking care of our health. That’s why we’re kicking off the year with a complete guide to “Wellness at Every Age” (page 56). From physical and mental health to emotional well being, experts walk through everything we should be doing at different stages in adult life to stay at the very top of our game. Living your best life this year might also mean it’s time to do some of the things you may have been putting off for one reason or another. Things that would make you happy! If that sounds like you, check out “Splurge-Worthy Bucket List” (page 44) for some motivation to stop procrastinating when it comes to happiness. We also talk to a few local folks living their best lives—from artists who have found their perfect, unique mediums (page 30) to a 92-year-old woman who has discovered a new passion (page 26), let their stories inspire you to truly live your best life. Cheers to another year of life! May it be filled with positivity in every way. Peace and blessings,

Michelle Lee Ribeiro michelle@jupitermag.com

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Are you thinking strategically about borrowing? In today’s low interest rate environment, borrowing can have great appeal. When used wisely, relatively low-cost loans can put long-sought goals within reach—a home, a business, or investments. Like all financial strategies, however, borrowing has ripple effects that can enhance or reduce its value. Helping clients understand the full impact of their financial decisionmaking, including available lending opportunities, is one of many customized services offered by The Rizzo Apple Schneider Langbert Group at J.P. Morgan, led by Financial Advisors Anthony Rizzo, Roy Apple, Jeremy Schneider, and Brett Langbert.

THE IMPACT OF TAXES

Among one of the most critical factors to consider in a loan is its effect on taxes. For example, borrowing may give you access to short-term cash, plus allow you to avoid a taxable event, such as capital gains. For certain categories of personal debt, including residential mortgages and loans for taxable investing, interest paid is tax deductible for U.S. taxpayers. This can help reduce overall borrowing costs and lower federal and state taxes. Managing Director Anthony Rizzo notes, “Deductibility may be particularly meaningful if you have significant wealth and reside in a high-tax jurisdiction, such as New York or California.”

THE MORTGAGE INTEREST OPPORTUNITY

In general, mortgage interest on a qualified residence is deductible against personal income if the loan proceeds are used to build, acquire or make improvements to the property. Currently, interest is capped at $750,000 on mortgages secured by one primary and one secondary residence. Clients of significant wealth—who have real estate with no debt or the funds to pay

for the next purchase—may also want to consider using mortgage proceeds to buy investments. “If you have large streams of investment income and a tolerance for leveraged investing, this strategy may be more advantageous taxwise,” observes Managing Director Roy Apple.

THE INVESTMENT INCOME OPPORTUNITY

Unlike mortgage interest, there is generally no cap on the amount of interest you can deduct on loans used to fund taxable investing, provided your investment income is the same or more than your borrowing costs. “As a result,” says Managing Director Jeremy Schneider, “an investment interest deduction may do more to minimize your taxes than one for mortgage interest.” Similar to home mortgages, only certain types of investment income qualify for the interest deduction. These include interest, dividends (excluding those eligible for the 20% top tax rate), annuity income, and certain royalties.

EXAMINE WHAT’S OPTIMUM FOR YOU

to think through different loan scenarios. For example, is it best to borrow to fund a new home? Or is it better to liquidate investments to buy the house and, separately, leverage borrowing to fund taxable investments? Or perhaps you are better served by a bifurcated approach. “You will also want to consider how these choices relate to your overall financial goals,” says Executive Director Brett Langbert.

LEARN FROM EXPERIENCE

The varying rules on borrowing underscore the importance of managing your debt with the same diligence as your assets. Members of the R/A/S/L Group at J.P. Morgan have over 100 years of combined experience helping clients evaluate financial opportunities, weighing both short- and long-term outcomes. The team, whose members hold top rankings in Forbes and Barron’s, also works seamlessly with their clients’ other advisors to help ensure the complexities of significant wealth are intelligently managed over time.

To optimize your deductibility and your borrowing opportunity, therefore, you will want

To find out more about the Rizzo Apple Schneider Langbert Group, please contact:

561-694-5602 or email the.rasl.group@jpmorgan.com This is not a commitment to lend. All extensions of credit are subject to credit approval. Bank products and services are offered by JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. and its bank affiliates. JPMorgan Chase & Co., its affiliates, and employees do not provide tax, legal or accounting advice. This material has been prepared for informational purposes only, and is not intended to provide, and should not be relied on for tax, legal and accounting advice. You should consult your own tax, legal and accounting advisors before engaging in any financial transaction JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. and its affiliates (collectively “JPMCB”) offer investment products, which may include bank managed accounts and custody, as part of its trust and fiduciary services. Other investment products and services, such as brokerage and advisory accounts, are offered through J.P. Morgan Securities LLC (“JPMS”), a member of FINRA and SIPC. INVESTMENT PRODUCTS: • NOT FDIC INSURED • NO BANK GUARANTEE • MAY LOSE VALUE © 2020 JPMorgan Chase & Co. All rights reserved.

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Publisher’s note

Victorious in the valley

CHASIN A DREAM PHOTOGRAPHY

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LYBL and #YOLO make great hashtags accompanying a photo of you standing on the edge of the Grand Canyon, hiking Machu Picchu, or skydiving in the Moab desert. But after the social media fuss and adrenaline are over, what do “Live your best life” and “You only live once” really mean to you? Do you ever stop and assess what your best life looks like as you go through the inevitable mountains and valleys, year in and year out, not to mention each stage of life? Living your best life doesn’t have to be impressive to others or elicit social media envy. It simply means being joyful and content with a life that is well suited for you. It means being filled with gratitude, appreciation, spirit, joy, and joie de vivre. If 2020 (the new four-letter word) has taught us anything, we have learned to pause and assess our priorities, to enjoy downtime and self-care, never to take simple freedoms and loved ones for granted—and that it’s okay to put yourself first. It is okay to set boundaries and focus on our well-being and that of our family. In fact, doing so is imperative for survival. Our former habits of favoring productivity, efficiencies, hard work, busyness, and endless multitasking have given way to meditation, introspection, reflection, spiritual guidance, and enjoying the simple pleasures in life. While COVID-19 spread throughout our nation, love, gratitude, togetherness, and a sense of community spread throughout our collective hearts. And while we know it’s not going to end abruptly just because the calendar year changed to 2021, every coin has two sides, and we have learned some valuable positive lessons from the valley that was 2020. So, even if the world didn’t miraculously turn back to normal at midnight on December 31, in this January New Year issue, we celebrate all the ways—large and small—to live your best life. We sincerely hope that, in some small way, we contribute to your enjoyment of life, of our community, and of this beautiful slice of paradise we call home. We wish you health and wellness and ask that you continue to follow safety protocols but get out there and dine at our restaurants, shop local retailers, make a bucket list of travel destinations and experiences that you can look forward to in 2021, and maybe even create a vision board for your best life now and in the soon-to-be “back to normal” future. We know 2021 has better things in store for all of us, but may we never forget the valuable lessons we learned in the valley, for they provide the balance, retrospection, and humility required to appreciate the highs of the highest mountaintops. Make the best of each and every day, because a time will come when you would give anything for just one ordinary day. May it be a happy New Year!

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he wait is over: This month, Lighthouse ArtCenter unveils a renovated gallery and a new 2D studio. Work began in the fall to update both the gallery space and the school facilities. “The Lighthouse ArtCenter has been home to a creative, engaged, and enthusiastic arts community for more than 50 years,” says curator Janeen Mason. “Our recent renovations will allow us to provide meaningful experiences through vibrant art exhibitions, classes, and workshops for the next 50 years.” The 7,500-squarefoot gallery and studio contain three new classroom studios, a

3,200-square-foot modernized exhibition space, a refreshed gift shop and art supply store, and upgraded staff and public areas. The center also plans to complete a second-floor expansion in the future. The renovations were possible thanks to the generosity of many. The Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation donated $300,000 to help cover the cost of modernizing the gallery and facilities, while an anonymous donor pledged a $200,000 dollar-for-dollar matching gift. Turn the page to learn about the latest exhibitions and events happening at the center. lighthousearts.org —Melissa Puppo J A N U A R Y 2 0 2 1 | JUPITER

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NEAT IDEAS 3 ways to de-clutter in 2021

START SMALL: Not sure where to begin? Davidson advises tackling one small space at a time, such as a bedroom nightstand. One category in your closet is a good place to start as well, like athletic wear or lingerie. “Keep an open mind and a willingness to part with what wasn’t working for you in 2020,” she says. Make three piles: donate, repair, trash. TOSS THE OLD: Get rid of anything in the kitchen that’s expired or past its due date—spices, canned goods, jams and spreads, snacks, etc. Have a junk

drawer? Go through anything you haven’t used or needed in the last year. Sift through old mail and catalogs that can be recycled. Part with anything that doesn’t serve you. For example, says Davidson: “Make sure all of your food containers have lids that fit. If they don’t, it’s time to go. Or if your kids have any broken toys or pieces that are missing or lost, it may be time for them to retire.” KEEP IT GOING: Set regular, manageable goals for each room of the house

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and divide up the work among family members (enlisting professional help when needed). Establish daily, weekly, and monthly routines and note them on a calendar. And, says Davidson, try to make it feel fun instead of like a dreaded chore: “Ask a friend to help, or play great music while you work. And don’t stress—organization actually relieves anxiety.” neatmethod.com

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A new exhibition, Soul on Art: Ghosts of Africa (January 26 to March 10), features thoughtprovoking and evocative artwork inspired by the personal experiences and cultural heritages of prominent artists including Leonardo Drew, William Kwamena-Poh, and Kara Walker. January 15-17, the center hosts its signature fundraiser, D’Art for Art—a Whole New Adventure in 2021, featuring stunning artwork, jewelry, artisan home decor, and more donated by artists and collectors. This year, the event ($500/person) will take place over two days, with groups of 10 allowed in at a time during predetermined time slots. As

guests arrive, they will be assigned an artist’s name. After mingling and cocktails, an announcer will call out each artist’s name one at a time as guests who were assigned that artist “dart” to pick out one of the artist’s pieces to take home. On January 26, the Radical Jewelry Makeover takes center stage, with one-of-a-kind pieces on exhibition and available for purchase. The project is an innovative community mining project run by Ethical Metalsmiths, where artists create new pieces from donated jewelry, which they reconstruct into wearable works of art. The exhibition runs through March 20. lighthousearts.org

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Jaxon, 13. The idea to create a podcast stemmed from an interview Popritkin did for a Spanish television station about autism in the community. It made her realize there wasn’t enough helpful information readily available on the subject. “A lot of stuff out there is a little gunshy of the reality that can happen with parents,” she says. Vannatta says doing a podcast was their chance to fix that. “We wanted to do our take—us, uncensored,” she says. Adds Popritkin: “Kristi and I don’t hold back. We share everything.” “Disorderly Blondes” is available on all major platforms, including Spotify and Apple Music, and also recorded on YouTube. Currently in production on season three, the podcast alternates between hosting guests and keeping the banter between the cohosts. They have welcomed therapists, advocates, and even the principal of Jupiter-based Els Center of Excellence, where Vannatta’s son attends The Learning Academy. The school was piloting a program for virtual reality instruction for children with autism. Popritkin says the most rewarding part of hosting the podcast is when they receive direct feedback. She recalls one instance: “I was talking about how I can’t cry in certain moments because I have my other child, and life has to go on, so I have to cry later.” The listener messaged to say she too has waited to cry. She continues: “Little things like that make it more rewarding, just knowing we’re being there for other parents, so they don’t feel alone.” disorderlyblondes.com

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marrying at 18 and having her first of three children at 20. Her husband, who had founded a driving school, died of lung cancer when she was 40, leaving her in “deep debt.” Like her mom, Betty found her strength. “Back then, a woman working was unusual,” she says. “I had to learn how to run a business and make all the decisions.” Soon she added limousine service and car rental agencies to the company. By the time she met and married her second husband in 1984, Betty was “used to being independent.” She began thinking a lot about her mom’s choices. Says Betty: “I wondered, why didn’t she leave him? I certainly wouldn’t have put up with it.” She found answers in her mother’s diaries, which revealed how trapped Marie had felt. “Admitting to a bad marriage was considered shameful back then, and few people divorced,” says Betty. And that’s when she decided to write Enduring Times, the story of a turbulent marriage set in the 1900s. While this is her first novel, it is not, in fact, her first book. In 2002, she penned a memoir, On the Winds of Destiny, based on a three-year trek around the world she and her second husband, Bill, made in their sailboat before he passed away.

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hey say write what you know. That’s exactly what 92-year-old Betty Godfrey has done. Last summer, the Jupiter resident released her first novel, a story loosely based on her own family history. Wanting to understand why her mother stayed in a failing marriage is what spurred Betty to write Enduring Times. “I grew up in an unhappy home and, having faced tough times myself, I was inspired to share my mom’s story,” she says. Born in Philadelphia in 1928, Betty watched as her mother, Marie, endured some pretty tough times. Before Betty was born, her dad had been a banker. When his eldest son succumbed to a fatal ear infection and high fever in 1917, he drowned his sorrow in alcohol—and walked out on his family. When he returned three weeks later, says Betty, “he ripped apart my family’s lives, insisting everyone convert from Catholicism to a fire-and-brimstone faith he had joined.” He quit his banking job to become a faith-healing pastor and demanded his wife abandon her career, since his new faith forbade medical treatment. He moved the family to Colombia to work as missionaries. When Marie became pregnant with Betty—a year before the stock market crash—she insisted the family go back to the United States. They settled in New Jersey, and Marie continued to find her strength, defying her husband’s antimedicine faith by returning to work as a nurse. When he would physically abuse Betty and her four siblings, “she’d literally stand between him and us,” recalls Betty. “She was smaller than him, but she fiercely protected us. She was so strong.” As she grew up, so was Betty. At first, she followed social expectations,

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CLEANSE. Reach for a non-stripping cleanser, like EltaMD Foaming Facial Cleanser ($28) or CeraVe Cream-to-Foam Cleanser ($12), to wash away the day’s oil, sunscreen, makeup, and face mask–induced buildup without drying. Cleansing in the morning whisks away nighttime perspiration, while an evening wash preps the skin for overnight regeneration. EXFOLIATE. Sopher recommends incorporating what she calls a “weekly polish” between cleansing and toning. “A regular exfoliation helps to maintain healthy cellular turnover and enhance glow,” she says. If your skin can handle it, Sopher suggests upping it to twice a week. Try SkinCeuticals Micro-Exfoliating Scrub ($31) with hydrating glycerin and aloe vera.

a prescription-strength retinoid or high-percentage retinol— which makes SkinBetter Science AlphaRet Overnight Cream ($125/1 fl. oz.) a good choice. A blend of retinol, lactic acid, and glycolic acid, it’s gentle, hydrating, and effective. Apply after cleansing and toning in the evening (up to four times a week). Refrain from using retinol if you do a weekly polish, says Sopher.

TONE. Follow up your evening cleanse with a gentle, alcohol-free toner. (Normal to oily skin types can get away with toning twice a day.) Sopher says this step is especially essential for people who consistently wear a face mask, as toner can accelerate exfoliation and tighten occluded pores to refresh skin. Two great options: Paula’s Choice Skin Recovery Enriched Calming Toner ($21) and Advanced Replenishing Toner ($24).

HYDRATE. Despite its best intentions, moisturizer can lead to problems like clogged pores, milia, and acne. Sopher’s advice? Pick up a hydrator to use after cleansing in the morning instead. The ingredient to watch this year, she notes, is hyaluronic acid, which is better suited to Florida’s humid and dehydrating climate. Look for formulations that boast 100 percent concentrations (or as close to pure as possible), like WeDerm Pure Hydration Hyaluronic Acid Serum ($69).

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Turning the Ordinary into the EXTRAORDINARY MEET 3 LOCAL ARTISTS CREATING BEAUTY IN UNIQUE WAYS b y T R AC Y M A R C E L LO

AKINA JOHNSON, JUPITER extile artist Akina Johnson likes to create pieces inspired by her natural surroundings. “I love the weather, the ocean, and the year-round green and sunshine, and I love to combine the art of hand-dyeing with a coastal vibe,” says the 47-year-old Jupiter resident, who resides near the beach. Using the Japanese shibori dyeing technique, Johnson experiments with fabrics, colors, and designs to make customized clothing and home goods for her company, Studio Akina. Vibrant hues, ocean blues, and traces of sand dollars are popular in her work, which includes linen pillows and napkins as well as silk loungewear, hair accessories, and dresses. Her process

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Clockwise from left: Chad Periman; Sentinel 28 by Periman; Emotional Rollercoaster by Periman; lionfish earrings ($25/pair) by Christine Raininger; Raininger; earrings ($25/pair) by Raininger.

CHAD PERIMAN, PORT ST. LUCIE hen it comes to creating his vibrant sculptures, Chad Periman has a definite favorite medium: salvaged metal scraps.“I appreciate the timelessness of the material,” says the 47-year-old Port St. Lucie resident. “The shaping and joining of metal has been vital to the development of our civilization, and metal objects are among the oldest things ever found. It’s also a forgiving material that can be added to and reformed in ways that other materials cannot.” A professional artist for most of his life, Periman currently focuses on creating and photographing three-dimensional work using salvaged materials. Favorite pieces include his Sentinel series, compressed-metal compositions each standing 4 feet tall and weighing between 300 and 600 pounds. His first three are currently on display at the University of Indiana, and he is currently working on a fourth. Periman is also looking forward to creating pieces for a local exhibition at the Environmental Learning Center in Vero Beach, which is scheduled to open in March. He’s excited for people to see how beautiful recycled metal can be. “I love working with damaged and discarded materials to create something new that transcends the sum of its parts and provokes a re-examination of our relationship with the world,” he says. “My work is a reflection of the potential for beauty that exists in all things, as it exists in all people.” perimanart.com

CHRISTINE RAININGER, JUPITER hristine Raininger, 30, is always thinking about how her actions affect our ecosystem and its inhabitants. When the Ontario-born wildlife biologist moved to Florida in 2014, scuba diving quickly became a favorite pastime— along with spearfishing one of the state’s most invasive species. “I got into lionfish hunting because I knew they were having a negative impact on our reef fish population,” says the Jupiter resident, who works for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission. “I wanted to help combat the invasion.” In essence, she has turned her hobby into a three-pronged win: She removes an invasive species from our waters, eats the meat, and uses its gorgeous features to create art. “They’re beautiful fish, so I started looking at their fins to see if I could dry them

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Unpack your bags in the heart of Charleston at The Restoration (therestorationhotel.com), a high-end boutique property within walking distance of premier sights and culinary hot spots. Residential-style suites measure larger than most city apartments and boast exposed brick walls, restored wood floors, kitchenettes, and barn doors leading to colossal bathrooms. Both the suites and common spaces speak to Charleston’s past in the horse trade, as seen in equine-themed sculptures, design flourishes, and photographs by artist Gately Williams. The Restoration also abounds in grand amenities uncommon in similarly sized hotels; think a swimming pool, an in-house coffee bar providing complimentary morning joe for guests, passes to a nearby full-service gym, and an excellent rooftop bar and restaurant. In total, the property exudes style, warmth, and luxury—everything one could covet in the South’s coolest city.

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Historic homes, gardens, and parklands tell some of Charleston’s most colorful stories. Sojourn to Magnolia Plantation and Gardens (magnoliaplantation.com) and venture through an untamed, Romantic-style, 464-acre garden dotted with 900-plus varieties of camellias and triangular flowerbeds dating back to 1680. At Middleton Place (middletonplace.org), admire America’s oldest landscaped gardens, inspired by the classic work of André Le Nôtre of Versailles and Vaux-le-Vicomte fame. Take a docent-led tour of the Nathaniel Russell House (historiccharleston.org), a distinguished antebellum family home that has been restored to its 1808 luster. Follow this with a lesson in American history at the Heyward-Washington House (charlestonmuseum.org), where Thomas Heyward Jr., a lawyer and signer of the Declaration of Independence, hosted George Washington on his presidential tour of the South. To experience America’s rich past outdoors, drive to Sullivan Island (sullivanisland.sc.gov). You’ll feel worlds away from the bustle of Charleston’s King Street when navigating this barrier island and exploring Fort Moultrie’s restored armaments, a chronicle of the country’s seacoast defense beginning with the American Revolution and ending with World War II. The best part? Fort Moultrie’s cannons peer over beaches that are idyllic for barefoot ambles.

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DON’T MISS Charleston has a wildly popular rooftop bar scene, which peaks at The Watch Rooftop Kitchen and Spirits (therestorationhotel.com). Choose from two expansive terraces with bird’s-eye views of downtown and a creative drink menu of house-bottled libations and handcrafted “pouch” sips (imagine Capri Suns filled with artisan cocktails).

CHARLESTON’S EXPERIENTIAL GASTRONOMY IS UNVEILED AT ITS TOP RESTAURANTS. FOR ELEVATED SOUTHERN CUISINE, RESERVE A TABLE AT CIRCA 1886 (CIRCA1886.COM), WHERE CHEF MARC COLLINS REIMAGINES SOUTH CAROLINA FARE USING REGIONAL INGREDIENTS AND TAKING CUES FROM FORGOTTEN DISHES OF DECADES PAST. A RECENT MULTICOURSE DINNER FEATURED A REDSKINNED PEANUT ONE POT STEW; PICKLE FRIED FLOUNDER OVER BROCCOLI MAC AND CHEESE; AND A BUTTERNUT SQUASH CAKE TOPPED WITH BLACKBERRY WOJAPE, A SAUCE WITH ROOTS IN NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURE. AT THE LEGENDARY FAMILY-RUN STEAK HOUSE HALLS CHOPHOUSE (HALLSCHOPHOUSE.COM), GIVE IN TO YOUR CARNIVORE CRAVINGS WITH MORE THAN A DOZEN WET- AND DRYAGED STEAKS. EQUALLY IMPRESSIVE ARE THE LOCALLY INFLUENCED SEAFOOD SELECTIONS SUCH AS JUMBO SHRIMP WITH STONE-GROUND GRITS AND SIDES OF SWEET-AND-SOUR COLLARD GREENS AND PEPPER JACK CREAMED CORN. FOR A MORE CASUAL NEIGHBORHOOD AFFAIR, ENJOY LUNCH AT BASIC KITCHEN (BASICKITCHEN.COM), WHICH TRANSFORMS SEASONAL PRODUCE AND WILD-CAUGHT SEAFOOD INTO SIMPLE BUT SUBLIME PLATES, INCLUDING SPICY CAULIFLOWER “WINGS” AND A LOCAL SHRIMP AND VEGETABLE SALAD. ALSO STOP BY LOCAVORE FAVORITE BUTCHER & BEE (BUTCHERANDBEE.COM) AND FEAST ON MEZEDES, GOURMET BURGERS, AND DANGEROUSLY DELICIOUS BAKED GOODS. OR DINE ALFRESCO ON FARM-TO-FORK GREATNESS AT THE PARK CAFÉ (THEPARKCAFECHS.COM), WHERE MENU HIGHLIGHTS RANGE FROM A MESSY BUT AMAZING FRIED EGG SANDWICH TO A SALAD SHOWCASING THE REGION’S GREENS, HERBS, AND VEGGIES. ❖

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Family For generations, they have been working together to develop lifestyle plazas, hotels, and more in northern Palm Beach County. Meet the Brocks.

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t has been said that a family business is made stronger because of the complementary skills of its members. For the Brock family of northern Palm Beach County, that adage certainly holds true. Commercial real estate developer Brock Development Corporation has been in business for nearly five decades—first as a real estate company and later expanding to commercial development—and through several generations. Today, there are seven Brocks working as a team in every aspect of the company, with 15 total family members, including spouses and grandchildren. They are together for work, holidays, celebrations, and weekend fun. “We all get along well,” says Peter Brock, 73, who leads the company with his brother, Andrew Brock, 69. “We have our moments, but we are cohesive. We have a great bond of trust, love, and respect for each person.” Agrees Andrew: “We are all different and do argue, but we settle our issues by working through disagreements, preserving our relationships with honesty, integrity, and the desire to keep the family together.”

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From leasing and brokerage services to full-service asset management, retail and hospitality development, design, and management, there is something for every Brock family member to master. And Peter and Andrew, whose late father, Herbert, founded the original real estate business in 1973, say they have never forgotten his wise and witty words: “I don’t go to work every day; I go to play with the kids.” Current Brock family members working in the business include Peter and his three children—Jarrett, 35 (finance); Derek, 33 (hospitality and retail); and Colby, 44 (hotel management and design. And on Andrew’s side, he has two sons at the company—David, 30 (management) and Alex, 32 (management and architectural planning). Based in Donald Ross Village in Palm Beach Gardens, Brock Development Corporation (which officially became what it is today in 1990) has a portfolio of real estate assets comprising more than 2 million square feet of commercial space nationwide and select land holdings with potential for future growth. In South Florida, Brock handles all aspects of

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leasing and management for more than 200,000 square feet of retail and office space, including hotels, shopping centers, banks, and more. Their projects in Florida are some of the most well-known and often-frequented shopping and lifestyle plazas. Locally, there are a slew that will likely sound familiar: Abacoa Plaza in Jupiter (on the corner of Donald Ross and Military), Bayside Lakes Shopping Center in Palm Bay, The Shops of Donald Ross Village in Palm Beach Gardens, Forum Square in West Palm Beach, Gardens Towne Square in Palm Beach Gardens, and, most recently, Alton Town Center in Palm Beach Gardens. They are also behind two hotels in Palm Beach Gardens: Homewood Suites by Hilton, a newly renovated destination offering 94 residential-style suite accommodations at Donald Ross Village, and the brand new Residence Inn by Marriott, a 122-suite contemporary hotel that just opened last summer. The family’s American success story began with Jack

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(otherwise known as Jacob, but the family calls him Jack), Peter and Andrew’s enterprising grandfather, who changed the spelling of his name from the Polish “Brok” to “Brock” upon arriving in Ellis Island. Jack sold zippers and shoelaces in Manhattan to make a living before founding the popular doll company American Character with his brother, Max. Jack’s son Herbert (Peter and Andrew’s dad) worked with him at the doll company throughout the 1950s and 1960s, until 1966 when they sold the business to Ideal Toy Company. And that’s about when the Brock family became synonymous with real estate and development. “Dad took the money [from the doll company sale] and went into real estate,” Peter says. “He started out buying apartments in Virginia. In 1972, after I got my MBA from Columbia University, I joined him in the New York area and helped with financing deals.” Herbert was eager to move to Florida, but Peter wanted to stay in New York. He had begun working on his own projects, which

included area real estate, restaurants, hotels, and sexy nightclubs (he was a regular at Manhattan’s Studio 54). “I was still a kid making lots of money,” he says of those heady days. “I worked hard and had fun.” He married, but later divorced, and is now happily married to Janice, whom he calls a “great mother” and his “best friend.” In the meantime, Andrew graduated from Hofstra University in 1973 with a degree in business and finance. He decided to join his father in relocating to Palm Beach County. “I came to Florida right away,” Andrew says. “Dad and I developed the Ocean Mall

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The new Residence Inn by Marriott in Palm Beach Gardens (clockwise from left): dining area; exterior of the hotel; outdoor patio and pool area.

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on Singer Island.” Even though the family was living and making deals in different states, they were working together even from afar. When Herbert and Andrew wanted to build townhouses on the Forum Square property in West Palm Beach, for example, they needed credibility for financing and turned to Peter. “They found an investor, and I helped with the funds,” Peter says. While Peter was living the high life in New York—he was even featured on the glitzy reality show Lifestyles of the Rich and Famous in 1990—the real estate market crashed, and he lost a lot of what he had worked so hard to make successful. “The shit hit the fan,” Peter recalls. “I had two banks to deal with, and everything fell apart for me. I had to save my name, and I was advised to move to Florida.” And so he joined his father and brother in the Florida business. He gave up his glamorous New York life and moved his family to Palm Beach Gardens, borrowing money from his dad to buy a house. “I had two kids at that time and needed to downsize from a $7 million home in New York to a $400,000 place in PGA National,” he says. “The whole ordeal was a total change for me.” Despite the frustrations, Peter says he never felt defeated. He managed to find the money to hold on to his Radisson properties in New Rochelle, New York. Soon he was in the swing of things in Florida; in 1992, he helped the family business with financing for an anchor tenant (a Kroger grocer) at the Crosstown Plaza in West Palm Beach.

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Today, after 30 years in the family business, Peter and Andrew— who took on a partner, John Preston, in 1993 when Herbert got sick and had to bow out of the company—remain dedicated to running a smooth operation. Together with their children, the brothers keep on top of the local market, as their father had always advised, and are dealing with the pandemic in ways they never could have imagined. “We changed the way we do business because of coronavirus,” says Andrew, who lives with his wife, Cindy, on the Intracoastal in an unincorporated section of Palm Beach County. “We work hard with local and national tenants, even extending ourselves [personally] to help them stay in business. We work with lenders so we can continue to operate.” Amidst the pandemic, the Brocks managed to open a new hotel

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in July—the Residence Inn by Marriott, located just off PGA Boulevard near The Gardens Mall. It’s their most recent project, and they are thrilled with the results. The boutique-style hotel offers spacious studios, one- and twobedroom suites with high-end finishes, functional design, and sustainable features such as keyless entry and LED lighting, as well as amenities including an outdoor deck with swimming pool, indoor/outdoor meeting space, a modern fitness center, and more. They designed the hotel with both the business and vacation traveler in mind; guests can stay for one day or for 365 days if they’d like. Colby, Peter’s daughter, handled the design elements of the hotel, which draw inspiration from different styles. “We were influenced by the Art Deco era of New York style and architecture, while incorporating comfortable, warm aesthetics,” says Colby. To that end, mid-century modern mixes with Art Deco, along with bright white, gold, and blue accents reflective of South Florida’s oceanside landscape. The hotel also showcases curated public artwork by local artist Mark Fuller. The Brocks stay on top of every single one of their properties, making sure each is up to snuff. “We have hands-on management and are happy that all of our projects are completed, occupied, and successful,” says Andrew. “We follow our father’s wisdom: Be good to your properties, and they will be good to you.” With so many projects, it’s hard to imagine the Brocks have any leisure time of their own. But they find the time because they know how important it is to lead a balanced life—and also to give back to the community. Peter was the recent national board chairman of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and is active in various other charities including Scripps Research, TechnionIsrael Institute of Technology, and the local police. For leisure, he’s passionate about snow skiing and enjoys playing golf and traveling. “I love to take my wife to the Amalfi Coast, where we boat, hike, and relax,” he says. “We were in Vail last March when I actually got the coronavirus. I look forward to when we can travel to Italy again.”

Andrew (left) and Peter Brock

Andrew is active in First Tee, an organization that teaches young kids of all backgrounds how to play golf. He also contributes to area Jewish temples and other organizations. He is an avid golfer and loves to cruise to Europe, visit Alaska, and ski in Colorado and Utah. Recently, he and his wife visited North Carolina. “We spent time in Elk River and really enjoyed it, especially the 50-degree weather in the summer,” he says. The brothers agree they are lucky to have had mentors like their father and grandfather and can pass down that wisdom and work ethic to their own children. As Peter so aptly puts it: “We had great parents, education, and unfair advantages because of the quality of our ancestors. We’re very grateful for that, and we like to give back.” Learn more about the company and their projects at brockdevelopmentcorp.com ❖

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Make 2021 the year you truly live your best life by spoiling yourself just a tad by Heather Graulich

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ith travel rules still a little unpredictable, that African safari you’ve always dreamed of probably needs to stay on the bucket list for the time being. But why not satisfy your travel bug with a luxe getaway a little closer to home? “There are some wonderful properties right here in the United States that can host magical, luxurious vacations,” says Stacy Hart, a Jupiter-based luxury travel advisor with Protravel International. “Western dude ranches and mountain resort areas like Telluride in Colorado are beautiful year-round and filled with family-friendly activities.” For a quick island escape, Hart recommends the gorgeous retreat Amanyara Beach Resort in Turks and Caicos, just a 90-minute flight from Miami and nestled along the shores of an 18,000-acre nature preserve. Says Hart: “Amanyara is known for its stand-alone pavilions and villas with dedicated butlers, not to mention private beaches and an award-winning spa.” Nightly rates start at $1,400; aman.com

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BONUS SPLURGE! Throw in a luxe travel accessory, like Louis Vuitton’s Horizon Soft 55 carry-on, created in partnership with influential industrial designer Marc Newson. $3,250; Louis Vuitton, Palm Beach Gardens

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BONUS SPLURGE! If you’re new to golf, you might consider borrowing or renting clubs to see if this is your game. If you love it, investing in a bag of quality, fitted clubs can make a big difference in your play. Bottke recommends getting a club fitting ($125) at Moon Golf in Palm Beach Gardens—and he’s a big fan of Titleist equipment, which recently released its newest TSi2 and TSi3 drivers sold there. They’re made with aerospace titanium, providing consistent speed and spin for longer, straighter drives off the tee. From $549 per club; moongolf.com

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erhaps you have a special anniversary or birthday to commemorate in 2021, or maybe you just want to celebrate a new year and a fresh start. Why not treat yourself by hiring expert help to make it truly memorable? Enlisting help from a party planner, a private chef, a sommelier, and even a florist can not only relieve your stress but also elevate your occasion to the decadent party you deserve—even if it is a socially distanced, intimate gathering in the backyard. Jupiter-based Chef Tim Armstrong, also known as The Hybrid Chef, delivers gourmet meals throughout northern Palm Beach County and also cooks on-site for private events. “I can do anything from an eightcourse wine dinner to a tapas menu with 20 different options,” says Armstrong. For a three-course menu with hors d’oeuvres, including servers, plan to spend about $100 per person. Wine consultant Brian Chamis, sommelier at Café Chardonnay in Palm Beach Gardens, can work with your chef on wine pairings for the evening, sourcing from your own cellar or suggesting vintages to purchase. “It’s great to be able to work with the chef and talk flavors and styles,” says Chamis, who offers a four-hour wine menu planning package for $250 (plus $50 an hour for service during the event). thehybridchef.com; cafechardonnay.com

Sommelier Brian Chamis

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BONUS SPLURGE! Whether you’re upgrading your cellar this year or just want a few great bottles for that special occasion, Sommelier Brian Chamis has a winning list: La Jota Vineyard Co. Howell Mountain merlot, $90; Lail Vineyards Blueprint sauvignon blanc, $48; Krug Grande Cuvée, $200; Tenuta di Arceno Arcanum, $72; Zena Crown Vineyard Slope pinot noir, $75.

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consider joining a local boat club, where an annual membership allows you access to a fleet of boats without the docking and maintenance hassles of ownership. “Our Open Throttle plan is $1,899 for the year and lets you take out a 24-foot Hurricane deck boat for $159 a day, plus fuel,” says June Gaines, manager of Jupiter Inlet Boat Rentals and Boat Club (jupiterinletboatrentals.com). “The deck boat is perfect for cruising the Intracoastal, going to the sandbars, or pulling up to dockside restaurants. It has an oversized Bimini top for more shade and wraparound bow seating, good for groups of up to 10.” No need to have prior boating experience; they offer a training program and boating safety courses to get you ready.

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this could be the year you make that dream a reality. “People are realizing how important their homes are, and we see them splurging accordingly,” says Krista Watterworth Alterman, designer and creative director of Krista + Home design studio in Palm Beach Gardens. “Our clients love luxurious kitchens that can include anything from double fridges to pot fillers and espresso bars. We are also seeing requests for ultra-comfortable family rooms or home theaters that are perfect for movie night.” A home theater can be created in nearly any room with a blank wall for a big screen by adding plush reclining chairs, a surround-sound speaker system, and blackout window treatments to create that cinema feel. ❖ DANIEL NEWCOMB

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Tory Sport pleated jacquard techknit skirt ($328), satin track jacket ($278), chevron legging ($128), ripstop nylon color-block belt bag ($148), Sawyer trainer ($258), Tory Burch, Palm Beach Gardens, toryburch.com Opposite page: Michael Kors Collection hooded pullover ($2,250), pareo skirt,($890), Michael Kors, Palm Beach Gardens, michaelkors.com

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need to stay on top of during different times in our lives. To help you navigate it all, we spoke with four local medical professionals—a board-certified family physician, a medical doctor specializing in holistic health care, a licensed mental health counselor, and a chiropractic doctor—to highlight some of the most important things to consider during every decade of adult life. As a new year unfolds, let’s all make a point to heed their advice and be well together.

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Finding an exercise you enjoy (like Zumba dancing, jumping rope, or working with resistance bands) and incorporating it into your lifestyle is important in your young adult years; getting plenty of sleep is also crucial at this age. Opposite page: Dr. Ryan recommends meditation for mental wellness; eating right and routine spine care are also beneficial.

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20s and 30s… EXERCISE Widely considered the most critical years for creating and maintaining a healthy lifestyle, the earliest stages of adulthood may include fewer annual screenings but several personal habit adjustments. “Thinking back to my twenties, it was important for me to be physically active,” says Dr. Kimala Aleisha Harris of Jupiter Family Healthcare. “The earlier you make that part of your lifestyle, the easier it will be to carry over into the other decades of your life. It doesn’t have to be

about going to the gym; it can be whatever it is that is unique to you. Maybe that’s Zumba, or Pilates, or African dance class, or jump rope—whatever it is that gets your body moving and your heart pumping.” SLEEP Healthy sleep habits are equally as important as routine exercise habits, according to Harris. She suggests putting all electronic devices away before bed, limiting caffeine intake during the day, going to sleep and waking at a regular time each day, and taking short naps. Snoring and sleep apnea can surface during this stage of life, in which case a doctor’s appointment might be necessary. SPINE CARE According to Dr. Jason Townsley, a chiropractor and owner of Merritt Chiropractic in Stuart, life stressors that often begin in early adulthood can cause spinal misalignments in some people. That’s why he recommends routine spinal care early on. “While it is important to eat a healthy diet, exercise, hydrate, get adequate sleep, and minimize mental and emotional stress, if nerve interference in the form of spinal misalignment is present, all of these positive lifestyle habits won’t matter because the body won’t be able to function properly from within,” he says. “If someone waits [to get a spinal adjustment] until they are middle-aged or older, they may have permanent degenerative

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disc disease, arthritis, and changes to spinal curves that cannot be reversed. It’s better to correct issues as they come up instead of waiting until there is already permanent damage.” MENTAL WELLNESS Stuart-based licensed mental health counselor Dr. Michael Ryan says many mental illnesses, including depression and anxiety, can become more apparent in our twenties. “We all have our issues, but if major life function is being significantly

impaired, then you should seek help,” he says. “Ask yourself, ‘Is this something that is it impairing my ability to make a living or go to school, affecting my health, or interfering in my relationships?’ If so, you should see a professional to improve the condition so you’re not acting in a self-defeating manner.” Even if you don’t have major depression or other mental illness, it’s important to practice healthy habits to combat stress, adds Ryan. “If your life is being mildly impaired, there is a lot of self-help available,” he says. “I can’t stress enough the value of meditation because you can learn to observe your thoughts as your brain slows down. We know from research that as brain activity decreases, endorphins are released and you get that natural, peaceful feeling.” Ryan recommends meditating any time your brain is moving too fast or building up negativity. These days, there are plenty of guided meditation videos online that can help beginners learn the practice (he recommends author Eckhart Tolle’s YouTube channel).

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Screenings for cancers, including breast, colon, and prostate, are crucial at midlife.

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40s and 50s… SCREENINGS & VACCINES In addition to an annual physical exam, women should be getting regular screenings for breast cancer beginning at age 40 and colon cancer starting at 50, according to Harris. Men should be screened regularly for prostate cancer after age 40 and colon cancer when they hit 50. “Cancer screenings are important for early detection and, therefore, early treatment,” she says. “If it’s found early, it may be easier to treat—and more successfully so.” She also stresses that it’s important for everyone over 50 to consider an annual shingles vaccine, which is administered over two or three doses, to prevent the potentially lethal disease. “As we get older, our immune system ages with us and is slower to respond, thereby increasing the chances of getting sick, which can be the case with shingles,” she says. PROPER DIET One disease-prevention tool that becomes increasingly beneficial as we age: food. “Many chronic diseases, including Type 2 diabetes and cardiac disease, are completely reversible with diet alone,” says Dr. Michelle Carrillo-Massa, a family medical

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doctor and owner of Advanced Natural Medicine of Jupiter. “By eating a healthy diet with nutrient-dense foods, one can significantly lower their risk of developing these types of diseases, as well as cancer.” Carrillo-Massa recommends eating

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plenty of organic, non-GMO leafy greens, vegetables, and colorful fruits to boost microbiome health and give the body important minerals, vitamins, and other micronutrients (see sidebar for specific recommendations). “Foods should be in their most natural forms and not processed,” she advises. A good rule of thumb at the market, she says: “Shop in the perimeter of the grocery store and avoid the aisles, because that’s where most of the unhealthy boxed, bagged, and canned foods are.” NERVOUS SYSTEM At this age, Townsley says chiropractic care provides another preventive benefit: managing the nervous system. “Since the nervous system controls and coordinates every organ and function of the human body, it is vital to keep it clear of interference,” he says. “Our bodies were made to fight off viruses and bacteria and mend broken bones; as long as our nervous system is clear of interference, the body will function properly.” MENTAL WELLNESS As people try to maintain a work-life balance and, often, care for aging relatives, mental health becomes increasingly important during middle age, says Ryan. He adds that suppressed memories can also arise during this stage of adulthood, which may require counseling or meditation practice. “Negative emotional impact can happen at any point,” he says. “Kids can be traumatized and bury it until later in life, and then it starts to become an issue.” As a general practice at home, Ryan advises focusing on living in the moment and recognizing that your brain is an organ just like any other—and you don’t have to listen to what it’s saying. “Our brains are programmed just like a computer, and since we’re irrational by nature, there are irrational thoughts in there that have been embedded from our culture and upbringing,” he says. “If we blindly follow that lead, we’re going to create unnecessary extra suffering. Focus inward and get your stability from being present and aware to slow the brain down.”

The POWER of Food Never underestimate the effect a healthy diet can have on your overall well-being—at any age. “Our bodies are like car engines and require the right fuel to allow them to function at an optimal level,” says Dr. Carrillo-Massa. “Eating foods that are nutrient-dense will allow the body to reap the most benefits.” Make sure you’re getting the proper fuel for your engine by choosing items from this list, provided by Carrillo-Massa, including seven to nine servings of vegetables a day. Organic, non-GMO leafy greens: romaine, escarole, spinach, bok choy Organic, non-GMO vegetables: asparagus, artichokes, mushrooms, broccoli, celery, carrots Organic, non-GMO fruits that are rich in antioxidants and vitamins: wild blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, kiwis, pomegranates Proteins: free-range or cage-free organic eggs and fish (salmon, sardines, cod, and other low-mercury fish) Animal proteins: certified organic chicken and turkey and grass-fed or grass-finished beef Fats: olive oil, avocados, seeds (chia, flax, pumpkin, etc.), and nuts (almonds, pecans, walnuts, cashews) Complex carbohydrates: quinoa or brown rice

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Dr. Carrillo-Massa recommends 30 minutes of exercise a day for folks 60 and older, which can include things like bicycle rides and weight lifting. Opposite page: In our 60s and beyond, Carrillo-Massa says it’s important to focus on the positives in life and to practice gratitude.

Preventative Care: 5 MUSTS Regardless of age, both Dr. Harris and Dr. Carrillo-Massa recommend certain screenings for all adults (additional screenings should be requested depending on family history). Here are their general guidelines for what to discuss with your doctor during your annual physical exam. • Vaccines (tetanus, flu, and COVID-19, when it becomes available) • Blood pressure, cholesterol, and A1C diabetes screenings • Sexual health maintenance, including getting routine STD screenings, practicing safe sex, getting a regular Pap test and pelvic exam (for women), and getting the HPV vaccine before age 26 • Depression and anxiety screenings • Annual wellness panel, including a comprehensive metabolic panel, complete blood count, complete thyroid panel, inflammation markers, and vitamin levels

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60s and Beyond… EXERCISE Late adulthood is the time to apply the techniques you’ve learned work best for you and continue to maintain an active lifestyle. Carrillo-Massa recommends people in this age group get at least 30 minutes of exercise a day, depending on physical ability. “High-intensity interval training, weight training, and core exercises can be very beneficial in preventing conditions that can occur later in life, such as osteoporosis and balance issues,” she says. In addition, she notes: “Simply getting out in nature and enjoying a nice walk, jog, or cycle can change one’s mindset completely and improve immune function.”

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GRATITUDE Maintaining mental wellness is also important at this age, and Carrillo-Massa says one way to do that is by focusing on gratitude. “Spend time focusing on the positives in your life and counting your blessings instead of focusing on the negatives,” she says. “Gratitude is a very important practice that can bring positivity and hope when you’re not feeling well.”

likely to have rapid progression of disease. She also recommends women begin osteoporosis screenings via a DEXA scan at the same age because menopause impairs the normal bone turnover cycle due to estrogen deficiency, therefore increasing their risk for the disease. ❖

MOBILITY As we age and experience ailments like creaky joints, often movement becomes an issue. Townsley says a spinal adjustment can help with that too. “Getting adjusted improves function, range of motion, and overall quality of life,” he says. “First, adjustments to the spine and pelvis help improve what mobility [older adults] do have. Second, joint pain can be linked to compensations the body has imposed around misalignments in the spine, and the altered biomechanics cause irritation and inflammation of other joints as a result. A better-aligned spine and pelvis allows for maximal mobility.” SCREENINGS & VACCINES Harris says now is the time to begin getting a pneumonia vaccine (around age 65) since older patients are more

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mix with chickpeas. When in season (from September to June), he also uses baby eggplant from Kai-Kai Farm to make caponata, ratatouille, and curries. “Eggplant is low in calories and high in fiber,” says Eucalitto. “It’s a versatile vegetable that a creative chef can use in a wide variety of dishes.” Café Chardonnay, 4533 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; cafechardonnay.com; 561.627.2662 —Mark Spivak J A N U A R Y 2 0 2 1 | JUPITER

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Flavor From top: Spice-seared Atlantic tuna; “spasta” and meatballs; alfresco dining at Farmer’s Table.

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dishes than what we had on the menu; they wanted to avoid carbs, and they were seeking vegan and vegetarian options,” he says. “I started learning about clean eating and incorporating it into my repertoire. I always wanted to make a difference, and Farmer’s Table has allowed me to do that.” He prides himself on offering something for everyone. You can get a salad of raw vegetables, but it’s also possible to consume a burger, short ribs, roast chicken, or salmon. “We’re not just serving rice cakes and bean sprouts,” Giannuzzi says. “We want to be a place where parents, children, and grandparents can come in together, and all of them can find something they like.” A good example of his philosophy is the signature dish, “spasta” and meatballs—roasted spaghetti squash with glutenfree chicken meatballs and regular or vegan mozzarella, tossed in his mother’s tomato sauce recipe. Under the direction of lead mixologist Ben Foster, the bar program is just as creative as the food menu, featuring handpressed juices and fresh herbs. Each mocktail in the Elixir series has a specific wellness focus. For example, Butterfly Effect contains tangerine kombucha and butterfly tea, and What’s Up Doc is built on a foundation of organic juices and the powerful antioxidant turmeric. Farmer’s Table has been well received by the community, and the restaurant is doing its best to reciprocate. It offers a free yoga class on Sunday mornings and, COVID permitting, also sponsors a learning series on different topics of diet, nutrition, and wellness hosted by guest speakers. And with 20,000 square feet, social distancing is never an issue. 951 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; dinefarmerstable.com; 561.691.3430

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TACO Lovers, Unite! “Without tacos,” asks the Blue Water Taco Co. website, “what would be the point?” Mexican street food is seldom granted existential importance, but Mike Flannery sees things differently. He grew up eating tacos, and his passion for them increased during the time he lived in Southern California. After operating as a catering company and taco stand for several years, he opened Blue Water Taco Co. in Jupiter last summer. “Everything is made from scratch,” says Flannery. “We come in each morning, cut the meat and fish for that day, and make all our sauces and salsas. We also cook everything to order—our kitchen is open, and you can watch your food being prepared.” Flannery notes that these aren’t traditional Mexican tacos, rather a blend of different styles. His pickiness about ingredients is evident in the beer-battered grouper taco (“We don’t use any farm-raised, bottomfeeding fish”) and the popular fried avocado taco (“Too often, vegetarians are underserved in restaurants”). He carries 15 different craft beers and makes a traditional Michelada, as well as sangria on weekends. At Blue Water Taco Co., charity is considered a duty. Flannery is involved in local causes ranging from the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society to an off-season wrestling program at Jupiter High School. “You can’t just set up shop and extract from the community,” he says. “You have to give back.” 2525 Military Trail, Jupiter; bluewatertaco.com; 561.277.9954 —Mark Spivak

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1000 NORTH The Jupiter Lighthouse serves as the backdrop for chef Jason Van Bomel’s global takes on classic dishes. Elegant environs and more than 40 rare wines by the glass complete the picture. 1000 North U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; 1000north.com; 561.570.1000 BARCELLO With pasta selections ranging from pad Thai to rigatoni, and pizza toppings varying from ahi tuna and wasabi drizzle to prosciutto, Barcello’s menu is one of the most unique in Palm Beach County. 11603 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; barcellonpb.com; 561.660.8222 BEACON Love Street’s upscale eatery offering coastal cuisine with a Mediterranean flair. Indulge in sea scallops, the daily fish catch or steaks and prime rib. 1107 Lighthouse Promenade, Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com BRICK & BARREL Gastropub serving locally sourced, farm-to-table fare made from scratch by Chef David Schroeder. Enjoy an array of dishes, from poutine with bone marrow gravy to buttermilk chicken sandwiches, that pair well with an extensive bar menu featuring barrel-aged cocktails and seasonal sips. 1153 Town Center Drive Suite 101, Jupiter; brickandbarrelpub.com; 561.623.0916 FARMER’S TABLE A community restaurant offering a variety of dishes for all types of diners. Enjoy brunch, happy hour, and dinner with outstanding beverages, including garden-to-glass cocktails and elixirs 951 U.S. Highway North, North Palm Beach, dinefarmerstable.com; 561.691.3430 SEASONS 52 Experience the sensational flavors of an award-winning international wine list and a seasonally inspired menu, where most items contain fewer than 500 calories. 11611 Ellison Wilson Road, Palm Beach Gardens; seasons52.com; 561.625.5852 THE PARCHED PIG The watering hole counterpart to Coolinary Cafe is a mixology, craft beer, and wine haven. Bites like oysters, tacos, and charcuterie and cheese will whet your appetite. 4580 Donald Ross Road Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; thecoolpig.com/ parchedpig; 561.360.3063 THE WOODS Located at Harbourside Place, The Woods is Tiger Woods’ flagship restaurant and sports bar. Refuel on sophisticated dishes like lamb with an espresso rub and chocolate cherry gastrique or grab a cigar and a drink to unwind. 129 Soundings Ave., Jupiter; thewoods.tigerwoods.com; 561.320.9627 TOPSIDE AT THE BEACON This rooftop bar offers stunning views of the lighthouse and inlet. The small plates menu features Basque-inspired bites, an extensive wine and beer list, and specialty cocktails. 1107 Lighthouse Promenade, Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com

ASIAN HOKKAIDO HIBACHI & SUSHI Enjoy dinner and a show at the hibachi grill and savor fresh fish from Japan at the sushi bar. 1200 Town Center Drive Suite 125, Jupiter; hokkaidohibachi.com; 561.799.7999 KABUKI For an intimate night out, come for traditional and modern sushi in a dimly lit environment. Enjoy an assortment of sushi rolls, Thai curries, and options from the grill. 5080 PGA Blvd. Suite 105, Palm Beach Gardens; kabukiwpb.com; 561.776.8778 LANNA THAI This Thai restaurant and sushi bar strives to use locally grown, organic, and fresh ingredients in its menu, featuring dishes such as gyoza, pad Thai, and a variety of meat options from chicken to frog legs. 4300 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 205, Jupiter; lannathaijupiter.com; 561.694.1443 NITROGEN BAR, GRILL, AND SUSHI Impeccable sushi rolls, innovative hot dishes, and one of the area’s best burgers. 6779 W. Indiantown Road Suite 18, Jupiter; nitrogenbrasserie.com; 561.972.2944

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coq au vin served in a relaxing ambience. The elegant desserts are worth saving room for. 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D9, Jupiter; theparisianrestaurant.com; 561.360.2224

TALAY THAI CUISINE Chef Charlie Soo blends power and delicacy to create beautifully traditional Thai and Japanese dishes, without compromising either culture’s distinct tastes. 7100 Fairway Drive, Palm Beach Gardens; thaipalmbeachgardens.com; 561.691.5662 UNCLE JOE’S CHINESE RESTAURANT With an enormous menu, you’ll find something to love from Uncle Joe’s Chinese Restaurant. The casual spot offers a wide selection of classic Chinese food items like lo mien, spring rolls, and dim sum. 4367 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; unclejoeschinesefood.com; 561.799.9883

STAGE Chef Pushkar Marathe delivers flavor-forward Indian cuisine with influence from all over the world. Staples like curries are complemented by lentil fritters, Korean barbecue ribs, fried chicken, and more. 2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 5502, Palm Beach Gardens; stagepga.com; 561.408.3685

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VOODOO BAYOU From the team that brought Calaveras Cantina to the area, Voodoo Bayou offers true Cajun flavors to biscuits, fried chicken, gator bites, and more. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. Suite 5095, Palm Beach Gardens; voodoobayou.com; 561.888.6703

ANTHONY’S COAL FIRED PIZZA Anthony’s impresses with popular favorites like meatballs with ricotta and margherita pizza. 2680 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; acfp.com; 561.804.7777 BALDINO’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT Family-run casual eatery serving pasta dishes, pizza, and authentic Philly cheesesteaks. 791 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; baldinosfl.com; 561.743.4224 BRIO A warm and relaxed eatery featuring Tuscan-inspired grill fare, wine, and cocktails. 3101 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; brioitalian.com; 561.622.0491 BUONASERA RISTORANTE Classic and perfectly executed Northern Italian

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PARIS IN TOWN This casual outpost offers pastries, crepes, and more in an authentic French setting. 11460 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; parisintown.com; 561.626.6017 THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT & WINE BAR Exclusive French wines and updated classics like

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dishes in an intimate setting. The stellar wine list accompanies the deft and elegant cooking of Chef Leonardo Cuomo. 2145 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; buonaserajupiter1993.com; 561.744.0543 CARMINES COAL FIRED PIZZA Committed to delivering a true Italian experience a la Florence or Milan, this casual restaurant cooks its pizzas in a 900-degree coal-fired oven, producing a perfectly crispy crust. 4575 Military Trail Suite 101, Jupiter; carminescfp.com; 561.340.3930 CASA MIA TRATTORIA & PIZZERIA Featuring only authentic Italian, from-scratch recipes made with quality ingredients—including wood-fired pizzas, seafood pastas, and delectable desserts— Casa Mia specializes in every aspect of Italian cooking. 337 E. Indiantown Road, Jupiter; casamiajupiter.com; 561.972.6888 DIVINO RISTORANTE ITALIANO Divino’s Old World authenticity raises the bar on flavorful seafood, soups, salads, and fresh pasta dishes, as well as ample poultry, veal, and beef entrées. Its wine list boasts some of the finest from Italy and Napa. 11585 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 312, Palm Beach Gardens; divinoitalianrestaurantfl.com; 561.721.2250 EVO ITALIAN Chef Erik Pettersen uses only the freshest and finest quality ingredients available, including Italian imports such as extra virgin olive oil, San Marzano tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, and a variety of olives and aged Italian cheeses. 150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; evoitalian.com; 561.745.2444

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Flavor Indiantown Road, Jupiter; elfogoncitorestaurant.com; 561.250.6295 PAPICHULO TACOS Mexican street-style food inspired by Mexico, Cuba, Peru, and Argentina, plus a bar stocked with fresh juices, tequila, and cocktails. 1556 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; papichulotacos.com; 561.250.7274 SURF TACO Good vibes accompany good food. Besides the expected chicken and beef options, add cod, mahi, or salmon to your tacos, burritos, wraps, or bowls and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere at this coastalinspired Mexican restaurant. 4050 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; surftaco.com; 561.508.7679 TACO CHULA Try a range of informal Mexican dishes in the colorful indoor dining area or outside on the patio. Customize your tacos and burritos, from the filling to the toppings. 10800 N. Military Trail Suite 108, Palm Beach Gardens; tacochula.com; 561.530.7755

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LA FONTANA PIZZERIA & RISTORANTE Along with plenty of pizzas, La Fontana serves Italian and Mediterranean dishes like ziti, marsala, and goulash. 11360 U.S. Hwy. 1, Palm Beach Gardens; palmbeachpizza.net; 561.408.3295 LA MASSERIA Inspired by Puglia’s ancient farmhouses, La Masseria brings a taste of Italy from its original location in the heart of Manhattan to sunny South Florida. 5520 PGA Blvd. Suite 104, Palm Beach Gardens; lamasseriapbg.com; 561.660.8272 LIMONCELLO RISTORANTE Upscale Italian restaurant serving fresh pastas, meats, seafood, and celebrated Italian classics. The extensive wine list features something to complement every dish. 2000 PGA Blvd. Suite 3110, Palm Beach Gardens; limoncellopbg.com; 561.622.7200 LYNORA’S A true family affair, Lynora’s excels at modernizing classic Italian dishes. 1548 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; lynoras.com; 561.203.2702 NONNA MARIA This high-concept Italian restaurant features dishes with a French twist. Dinner service includes threecourse prix-fixe meals, two-course dines, and a la carte options. 529 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach; nonnamarianpb.com; 561.863.6584 PROSECCO CAFÉ Prosecco Café delivers contemporary sustainable cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian accents. 4580 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; proseccocafe.com; 561.622.3222 SCUSI TRATTORIA Enjoy Southern Italian cuisine, including elevated traditional dishes, pasta, pizza, and small plates executed by Chef Laurent Tourondel. Must-try plates range from clams with Meyer lemon, and garlic focaccia to classic cacio e pepe to funghi and tartufo pizza (mushrooms, fontina, onions, and truffle paste). 4520 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; scusirestaurants.com; 561.429.6938

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LATIN AMERICAN/CUBAN CEVICHE ARIGATO A cross between Peruvian and Japanese cuisines, this third-generation outpost offers cuisine as expansive as the cultures it represents. Choose from tapas, ceviches, and classic dishes like lomo saltado (traditional Peruvian stir fry consisting of marinated sirloin, onion, tomatoes, and French fries). 1447 10th St., Lake Park; cevichearigato.com; 561.863.8877 COPACABANA CUBAN CUISINE Family-owned restaurant that blends Cuban and Caribbean cuisines in a tropical setting. 1209 Main St. Suite 101, Jupiter; copacabanacubancuisine.com; 561.360.3378 PERU WOK This dream of three Peruvian friends gives new meaning to Peruvian flavor. With a daily rotating special of hot dishes, there are plenty of options to choose from. Try classic plates like leche de tigre (diced fished, marinated in ceviche broth and served in a cocktail glass) and chaufa, a Peruvian fried rice served with sesame seeds and veggies with a choice of protein. 711 West Indiantown Road Suite B7, Jupiter; peruwokcuisine.com; 561.745.0058

MEXICAN BLUE WATER TACO CO. This local eatery features inspirations from Baja, the Caribbean, and The Palm Beaches. 2525 Military Trail, Jupiter; bluewatertaco.com; 561.277.9954 CALAVERAS CANTINA Located at Harbourside Place, Calaveras Cantina provides a festive setting for Mexican staples like street corn, enchiladas, and churros. 125 Dockside Circle, Jupiter; calaverascantinas.com; 561.320.9661 EL FOGONCITO Immerse yourself in the Mexican culture with not only authentic Mexican fare, but also traditional clothing, furniture, and cookery. 711 W.

CHOWDER HEADS A casual eatery with traditional New England seafood dishes like lobster rolls and clam chowder. 2123 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; chowderheadsusa.com; 561.203.2903 COD AND CAPERS SEAFOOD MARKET AND CAFÉ A daily market and restaurant in one, Cod and Capers sells fresh fish to bring home or to enjoy in-house. 1201 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; codandcapers.com; 561.622.0963 COOL’A FISHBAR This cozy, tropical grill serves only fresh and locally sourced seafood dishes, with options including swordfish, mahi, salmon, snapper, shrimp, and more. 11340 Legacy Ave. Suite E-100, Palm Beach Gardens; coolafishbar.com; 561.622.2227 DIVE BAR Dine on the water at the Jupiter Yacht Club Marina along the Jupiter Riverwalk or sit at the open-air bar surrounding a large saltwater aquarium. 318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; divebarrestaurant.com; 561.747.4767 FIREFIN GRILL Located on the marina in the Harbour Financial Center, FireFin features award-winning sushi, fine-aged steaks, and craft cocktails. 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 160, Palm Beach Gardens; firefingrill.com; 561.472.7900 GUANABANAS Opened by Jupiter surfers as a sandwich shop in 2004, Guanabanas has become an institution in northern Palm Beach County for its lush, tropical setting, Caribbean cuisine, cocktails, and live music. 960 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; guanabanas.com; 561.747.8878 JETTY’S WATERFRONT RESTAURANT The stunning views overlooking the Jupiter Lighthouse paired with fresh seafood make Jetty’s a winner. 1075 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; jettysjupiter.com; 561.743.8166 LITTLE MOIR’S FOOD SHACK Come to this casual locals’ favorite and enjoy some of the freshest and most creatively prepared seafood in the area. Head next door to Maxi’s Lineup after for live music and beer. 103 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D3, Jupiter; littlemoirsjupiter.com; 561.741.3626

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LITTLE MOIR’S LEFTOVERS CAFE Grab a craft beer or glass of wine while enjoying the daily catch or other seafood dishes. Make sure to leave room for one of the dessert options, all served with berries, whipped cream, and toasted coconut. 451 University Blvd., Jupiter; littlemoirsjupiter.com; 561.627.6030 LUCKY SHUCK OYSTER BAR & TAPHOUSE Enjoy Gulf Coast cuisine, with a raw oyster bar and fresh fish, as well as Southern-inspired specialties such as Cajun-charred skirt steak. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com SINCLAIR’S OCEAN GRILL Located at the Jupiter Beach Resort, Sinclair’s offers waterfront gourmet dining. 5 N. Highway A1A, Jupiter; jupiterbeachresort.com/dining; 561.745.7120 SPOTO’S OYSTER BAR & BLUEPOINT LOUNGE A unique combination of Caribbean, Asian, and North American cuisines. 4560 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; spotos.com; 561.776.9448 SQUARE GROUPER This local landmark is a little piece of paradise with wide views of the Jupiter Inlet and its famous lighthouse. 1111 Love St., Jupiter; squaregrouper.net; 561.406.6417 THE TACKLEBOX This spot features a variety of seafood like spicy lobster and shrimp rolls and tuna poke bowls. Grab takeout to enjoy at one of the outside seating areas. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com

U-TIKI BEACH This waterfront restaurant boasts a tropical sand beach, open-air dining, an entertainment stage, and views of the Jupiter Lighthouse from the buzzing bar. Its casual menu includes Caribbean seafood, lobster rolls, sushi rolls, oysters, and wings. 1095 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; utikibeach.com; 561.406.2210

STEAK HOUSE III FORKS STEAKHOUSE III Forks presents only the top two percent of all prime beef and ocean-fresh seafood along with local favorites. 4645 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 3forks.com; 561.630.3660 IRONWOOD STEAK & SEAFOOD This restaurant is best described as a steak house with flair. Inventive dishes and unusual twists highlight the menu. 400 Avenue of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens; pgaresort.com/restaurants/ironwoodsteak-and-seafood; 561.627.4852 RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE Ruth’s Chris is a classic American dining experience, offering large portions of high-quality ingredients and specialty dishes that echo the restaurant’s New Orleans roots. 661 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; ruthschris.com; 561.863.0660 THE CAPITAL GRILLE This upscale chain offers classic steak house fare, complemented by a remarkably well-trained staff

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SWEDISH WAXIN’S Stop in this new industrial-chic, Swedish-American restaurant and dine in one of the five unique seating areas complemented by an assortment of flavorforward wines. 5300 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens; waxins.com; 561.459.5435

VEGETARIAN/VEGAN/HEALTHY CHRISTOPHER’S KITCHEN Experience Chef Albert Crifaci Molla’s unrelenting passion for the finest living foods. 4783 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; christopherskitchenfl.com; 561.318.6191 NATURE’S WAY JUPITER Enjoy fresh sandwiches and wraps, fresh salads, smoothies, and juices. 103 South US Highway 1 Suite A-2 St., Jupiter; 5natureswayjupiter.com; 61.743.0401; ROCK STEADY JUICE JOINT Order organic acai or pitaya bowls, smoothie bowls, plus cold-pressed juices, like the Sweet Sensi, a blend of strawberry, pineapple, orange, ginger, and chia seeds. 201 N. US Hwy. 1 Suite C-5B, Jupiter; rocksteadyjuicejoint.com; 561.406.6242 ❖

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Loggerhead Marinelife Center will kick off the new year in traditional fashion: encouraging people to enjoy the great outdoors. January 22-24, the conservation center will host a virtual and in-person “Hike2O,” where trail experts and Marinelife Center biologists will guide hikers on a two-day expedition through South Florida’s iconic ecosystems. Read more about what else Loggerhead Marinelife Center has planned this month at jupitermag.com/lmcjanuary.

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KEEP IT FRESH

In lieu of its farm-to-table fundraising dinners, Fresh Rx will host a series of farmto-table fine dining and meal delivery experiences to provide the community with locally grown produce and elevated nutritious meals they can enjoy in the comfort of home. Proceeds benefit the organization’s outreach programs. Learn more about the Farm to Your Doorstep, Chef-to-Table, and celebrity Chef Marc Murphy’s Virtual Cooking Experiences (the first one is scheduled for January 12) at jupitermag.com/freshrx.

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Catch a glimpse of the adventures at Busch Wildlife Sanctuary via their new podcast, “Inside Busch Wildlife Sanctuary.” During the episodes—which air on the first Monday of each month—host David C. Guggenheim introduces listeners to the sanctuary’s animal residents, like crowd favorites Freddy the alligator and Stu the black-bellied whistling duck, and offers insight into days at the Jupiter refuge. Find out more about this fun podcast at jupitermag.com/buschwildlifepod.

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