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TEA TIME

Ceremonies and rituals

THE ORGANIC PROMISE Questions for restaurants

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COASTAL CHIC

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26 BOUTIQUE BUZZ

Words from Donna Lewis

Find stylish trinkets at The Accessory Bar

16 GUIDE TO APRIL

28 SPOTLIGHT

Where to find this season’s hottest events

20 BEAUTY

Joel Warren’s salon tailored to the future

22 STYLE FILE

Neon trends perfect for spring

24 JEWELRY

Gold- and silver-inspired jewelry

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Classic dishes get a New York twist at Crosby Kitchen & Bar

34 NOMAD’S NOTEBOOK

Kick back at Bungalows Key Largo

106 COCKTAIL HOUR

Meet Melissa Ganzi over drinks with Josh Cohen

121 SOCIAL CALENDAR Must-attend events

122 SCENE + HEARD

Were you at the hottest events this season?

PROFILES 30 A SMOOTH POUR Meet Jessica Altieri, Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach’s new wine director and wine and water sommelier.

32 RISE UP A two-time survivor, Lara Logan will deliver the keynote address at the Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation’s annual luncheon.

F E AT U R E S 38 IS IT ORGANIC?

Debunking restaurant claims about organic offerings with advice from local chefs and farmers.

66 COASTAL CHIC

A Juno Beach property transforms into a family friendly abode with help from Krista + Home.

100 SPILL THE TEA

Discover where to savor, shop and experience different teas in Palm Beach County.

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s our world rapidly changes (and we get older), we hearken to go back to a simpler time, when the only things we held in our hands at dinner were our utensils. Nowadays, our smartphones aren’t even held in our hands—they’re attached to our arms (Apple Watch, anyone?). While I admit, I love my numerous electronics and the many conveniences they offer, there’s a time to put them away, especially at the dinner table while enjoying a meal and connecting with the ones seated across from you. Meals are for connecting, communing and celebrating with others. Food relates us to one another, to our unique pasts, our ancestors and our cultural differences and similarities. It’s a way of preserving traditions, practicing rituals and passing our culture down from generation to generation. Since South Florida is a melting pot of ethnicities, there’s no need to fly abroad to tantalize your taste buds with global influences. Some of the best international cuisines can be found right here in our backyard. In our “Culinary Tour de World,� we immerse you in different cultures through 10 eateries in the Palm Beaches, as local chefs introduce you to new flavors, recipes and traditions. One time-honored tradition that’s doesn’t seem to be showing signs of extinction is tea time. Just as shrimp is the fruit of the sea, tea is the elixir of life. Like Bubba Gump’s shrimp, there are endless ways to enjoy it: You can have green tea, matcha, oolong, kombucha, cheese tea, bubble tea, tea facials, tea body treatments, tea cocktails and tea ice cream, just to name a few. We offer total tea enlightenment in the “Way of Tea� on page 100, showing various rituals and ceremonies that surround it and proving the U.S. equally shares a passion for the aromatic beverage. Learn the differences in tea varietals and how to drink, eat, shop and simply enjoy this ancient elixir. The whole farm-to-table social movement brought to light the importance of organic, locally sourced products and knowing where your food is coming from. Free of pesticides and full of flavor, organic foods are preferred, but not always necessary. As our article “Is It Really Organic?� uncovers, you will learn that delicious and healthy meals don’t have to be all organic. However, if you are strict about eating organic, you better be prepared to ask a lot of questions! As James Beard said, “Food is our common ground; a universal experience.� With that being said, enjoy this foodie issue, try out some new eateries with family and friends, make some new friends, and I dare you to leave your smartphone in the car!

  

    

 

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Highly dedicated to clients. Now, highly regarded by the industry. Congratulations to John Castronuovo and Robert DeForest for each being named a 2019 Forbes Best-In-State Wealth Advisor

At UBS, we believe managing a client’s assets goes beyond just the value of their portfolio. It’s about establishing trust, instilling confidence and building personal relationships. Those are just a few of the reasons John and Robert have been named to the 2019 Forbes/SHOOK list of Best-In-State Wealth Advisors in Florida. We’re proud to have individuals with the passion and dedication to excellence like John and Robert on our team. We think you’ll feel the same about them, too. For more information, call: John C. Castronuovo, CFP®, CAP® Senior Vice President–Wealth Management Private Wealth Advisor Robert E. DeForest, CIMA® Senior Vice President–Wealth Management Private Wealth Advisor Senior Portfolio Manager Palm Beach Wealth Consulting UBS Financial Services, Inc. UBS Private Wealth Management 525 Okeechobee Boulevard, Suite 1500 West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561-659-9617 855-739-6740 d.lictro@ubs.com

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Beginning April 24, the Kravis Center will host Disney’s “The Lion King” for a two-week engagement through May 5. This marks the performance’s premiere in West Palm Beach. (Ticket prices vary; kravis.org)

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On April 4, attend Palm Beach’s Taste of the Nation for No Kid Hungry at the Kravis Center. More than 50 of the area’s best chefs and mixologists, including Lindsay Autry, Clay Conley and Julien Gremaud, will whip up bites and drinks for the walk-around tasting. Funds will help bring an end to childhood hunger in Florida and across the U.S. (Tickets from $150; nokidhungry. org/palmbeach)

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SPECIAL EDITION In honor of Lilly Pulitzer’s 60th anniversary, the brand has partnered with publisher Assouline to produce a limited-edition coffee table book “Lilly Pulitzer,” available for purchase at Lilly Pulitzer store locations. The special edition offers a printed slipcase, gold foil edging, a ribbon marker and a special numbered certificate of authenticity. ($195; lillypulitzer.com)

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BREW AT THE ZOO

Celebrate South Florida’s booming craft beer scene with Palm Beach Zoo’s annual Brew at the Zoo event, taking place April 6. Sample beer from more than 25 local brewers within 100 miles of the zoo and pair them with bites from food truck stations. (Tickets from $10; palmbeachzoo.org)

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corn grown locally in The Palm Beaches in addition to other food vendors, and enjoy live music and kids rides. (Ticket prices vary; sweetcornfiesta.com)

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PROMOTING OUR DIVERSE ARTS, CULTURE AND ENTERTAINMENT DESTINATIONS

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Take part in a seven-day arts event in downtown West Palm Beach beginning April 1. Art Affair will include a series of arts and cultural events such as the ninth annual Downtown West Palm Beach Arts festival and a live painting celebration on CityPlace Plaza featuring interactive demonstrations, workshops and more. (free; artaffairwpb.com)

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Downton Abbey Now – April 22 CityPlace 575 S. Rosemary Avenue

Garden Club Flower Show April 24 The Society of the Four Arts 2 Four Arts Plaza

Maker & Muse: Women and Early Twentieth Century Art Jewelry Now – May 26 Henry Morrison Flagler Museum One Whitehall Way

Disney’s The Lion King April 24 – May 5 Kravis Center for the Performing Arts 701 Okeechobee Boulevard

Nina Chanel Abney Now – June 25 Norton Museum of Art 1451 S. Olive Avenue Fences Now – April 21 Palm Beach Dramaworks 201 Clematis Street

Escher String Quartet April 25 Norton Museum of Art 1451 S. Olive Avenue The House of Blue Leaves May 17 – June 2 Palm Beach Dramaworks 201 Clematis Street Pairings: Food & Wine Event May 30 DowntownWPB (Various Locations)

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Little Women April 11 – 14 Fern Street Theatre 500 Fern Street

Festival taking place from April 5 to 7 at the

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Two Palm Beach County Resorts Earn Forbes Five-Star Award Two of Palm Beach County’s most prestigious resorts have received a Forbes Five-Star Award. The five-star award winners include Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa and Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach. This is the fourth consecutive year Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa has received a five-star rating. Forbes Travel Guide’s 61st annual list recognized the world’s most luxurious and legendary hotels, restaurants and spas. The ratings take graciousness, thoughtfulness and personalized service into consideration, with 75 percent of a hotel’s score being based on its quality of service. Twenty-five percent of the score is determined by the quality of its facilities. Learn more about the Forbes Five-Star award at jupitermag.com.

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Vision Zero The City of West Palm Beach received a $40,000 grant from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for Vision Zero. The grant will support pedestrian and bicycle enforcement.

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Brunch at Yard House The restaurant known for the world’s largest draft beer selection has launched a weekend brunch menu with modern twists on brunch classics and a bottomless drink package with an entrée.

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Adelson Cavalier Galleries Adelson Galleries and Cavalier Galleries joined forces to open a new art space on Worth Avenue, which will showcase contemporary artists and historical artworks by 19th and 20th century artists.

LILLY PULITZER LAUNCHES DEBUT GOLF WEAR COLLECTION Lilly Pulitzer has officially launched its first-ever golf collection. The debut collection adds onto Lilly Pulitzer’s diverse sportswear, which includes athleisure, tennis and swim. Find out more at jupitermag.com.

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The Restaurant at The Norton After a $100 million renovation, the Norton Museum of Art has been transformed. The renovation included the museum’s first full-service restaurant, which is also available to the general public as a stand-alone dining establishment.

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Blessed Boutique The boutique has expanded in Downtown at the Gardens by opening Moxie, which is dedicated to delivering trendy clothes for less than $100. Chelsea Taylor, Valerie Maslow and Josh Cohen at last year’s event

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Two Palm Beach County Resorts Earn Forbes Five-Star Award Two of Palm Beach County’s most prestigious resorts have received a Forbes Five-Star Award. The five-star award winners include Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa and Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach. This is the fourth consecutive year Eau Palm Beach Resort and Spa has received a five-star rating. Forbes Travel Guide’s 61st annual list recognized the world’s most luxurious and legendary hotels, restaurants and spas. The ratings take graciousness, thoughtfulness and personalized service into consideration, with 75 percent of a hotel’s score being based on its quality of service. Twenty-five percent of the score is determined by the quality of its facilities. Learn more about the Forbes Five-Star award at palmbeachermagazine.com.

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Vision Zero The City of West Palm Beach received a $40,000 grant from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for Vision Zero. The grant will support pedestrian and bicycle enforcement.

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Brunch at Yard House The restaurant known for the world’s largest draft beer selection has launched a weekend brunch menu with modern twists on brunch classics and a bottomless drink package with an entrée.

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Adelson Cavalier Galleries Adelson Galleries and Cavalier Galleries joined forces to open a new art space on Worth Avenue, which will showcase contemporary artists and historical artworks by 19th and 20th century artists.

LILLY PULITZER LAUNCHES DEBUT GOLF WEAR COLLECTION Lilly Pulitzer has officially launched its first-ever golf collection. The debut collection adds onto Lilly Pulitzer’s diverse sportswear, which includes athleisure, tennis and swim. Find out more at palmbeachermagazine.com.

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The Restaurant at The Norton After a $100 million renovation, the Norton Museum of Art has been transformed. The renovation included the museum’s first full-service restaurant, which is also available to the general public as a stand-alone dining establishment.

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Blessed Boutique The boutique has expanded in Downtown at the Gardens by opening Moxie, which is dedicated to delivering trendy clothes for less than $100. Chelsea Taylor, Valerie Maslow and Josh Cohen at last year’s event

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10th Annual Bachelor Auction for Blood Cancer On April 25, the 10th Annual Bachelor Auction for Blood Cancer and MS event will take place at Blue Martini City Place in West Palm Beach. Since the event’s inception, more than $400,000 has been raised to benefit The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Last year broke records, raising $75,000 in one night.

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B E A U T Y

Designing a Salon for the Future Joel Warren on revolutionizing the salon concept inside the doors of Saks Fifth Avenue By Melissa Puppo

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elebrity hair stylist Joel Warren is clad in a red bandana that’s tucked into the collar of a black shirt below his signature feathered fedora, and he’s discussing how I should style my hair. The New York native explains his vision on cut and color to make me look like the best version of myself inside his latest venture: The Salon Project by Joel Warren. In the back room done up with blue and green palm-print wallpaper, guests receive treatments like waxes and facials. In the front is the ultra-modern salon that Warren helped design as part of his new concept inside Saks Fifth Avenue with locations dotting the U.S., including right here in South Florida at Town Center at Boca Raton. He’s creating a salon experience for the future, including services from cut and color, to eyelash extensions, makeup, microblading, manicures and more. “This salon in Boca really kind of is how a salon should work,” Warren says. “I have hairdressers here that are master hairdressers. My goal is to allow hairdressers to expand their repertoires.” He’s also straying far from the almost robotic flow salons have taken on. “In most typical salons, you check in at the front desk, you go to a color department, you go to a cutting department and you’re constantly being moved around,” Warren says. He explains further: “And when you leave, even if you want to buy products, you have to go to the front desk.” He relieves the hassle by letting clients get everything done right at the chair with their stylist. The addition of an iPad at each station provides the option to purchase products with a touch of a button. Boca’s location marks Warren’s third Salon Project opening with plans to open two more inside the flagship Saks Fifth Avenue store in New York City before the end of April, and an additional nine throughout the country.

Why is a hairstyle important?

I always feel like hair is your most important accessory. It’s one you really have to live with and then it’s one you have to manage. Learning how to manage is why it becomes so important. Your hair also takes time and technique to do it. On top of that, you need to see professionals to help guide you, so it’s more complex than anything else on your body. Let’s talk trends.

Every one has a different layout, and I kind of like to decorate them for the town it’s in. So when I did this one, I did it with a lot of flare for Florida. You see the pink and the tangerine and the greens and the blues. It’s very Florida, especially Boca, which I love Boca by the way.

My trend is always to look your best. Everybody is different. Some people don’t want to stand out. Some people just want to be comfortable. There’s form, there’s function. Some people want the greatest form of all, some people just want to function well. It’s all about having the ability to figure out what that person wants and try to make it the best they can.

What’s your day-to-day like?

What’s most important with a color treatment?

Tell us about the salon openings inside of Saks.

I am so crazy these days. Today I showed up and five of my clients showed up because they knew I was here. You’ll find me behind the chair, having fun—I love it because I have the freedom to do anything. It’s my place; I can do whatever I want. I cut hair, I can color hair, so I can really orchestrate what I want done even though I’m not doing everything.

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It’s really about being able to figure out how to lighten up the base color of people’s hair and do highlights. What happens also is that people try to cut corners and save money and end up in positions they don’t want to be in and they don’t look that great.

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ALISON LOU jelly set of three lucite and enamel cuffs; $265; available at netaporter.com

ALICE + OLIVIA BY STACEY BENDET paulette high waist neon pant; $295; available at aliceandolivia.com RANJANA KHAN passerine earrings; $500; available at ranjanakhan.com

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SENSI STUDIO medium polka dot frayed tote bag; $112; available at sensistudio.com

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LOUIS VUITTON neon yellow damier infini porte-documents jour; $2,350; available at whatgoesaroundnyc.com

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MARA HOFFMAN harlow ribbed cotton midi dress; $526; available at matchesfashion.com

LE SPECS the prowler cat-eye acetate sunglasses; $80; available at matchesfashion.com

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Shop dainty accessories ideal for layering

The Accessory Bar Lola Chiq expands its offerings to a neighboring boutique By Melissa Puppo

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f you’re a regular at Lola Chiq at Downtown at The Gardens, then you’re familiar with the stylish boutique and its punchy pink accents. Sisters Maria and Marietta Mercado opened their brick-andmortar store in 2011, offering shoppers hand-picked fashion curated from around the world. And now, they’ve opened a new concept, The Accessory Bar, highlighting all of their favorite accessories. “Our clients love our accessories, and we found that in the boutique setting, which is small and intimate, we were limited to the amount of inventory we could offer at a time,” Marietta says.  So, the next logical step for the sisters was to open a separate space dedicated solely to accessories. It sits just two doors down from Lola Chiq and provides a different shopping experience. Interior walls are painted a calm beige, allowing the jewelry to act as the focal point in the room. Natural touches like greenery and wooden details help bring the space together.

SHOP THE COLLECTION

The Accessory Bar houses a curated collection of fine and

costume jewelry. It also carries a more permanent collection of dainty pieces that are ideal for layering from local and international designers like Viviana D Ontañón. Pieces are on trend, including chokers and long necklaces with medals and ancient coins. Shop styles from Zahira Fine Jewellery, Modern Opus and David Aubrey, as well as Carëi, a jewelry line custom-made for The Accessory Bar, among others. Guests can find something for every taste, from bold statement earrings, necklaces and bracelets featuring colorful tassels, to elegant neutrals in tortoise and organic materials like wood and natural stone. Also available are handbags and shoes from national brands like TKEES, Melie Bianco, By Lilla and Look by M. “The same way Lola Chiq has become a one-stop-shop for fashion, we want to make The Accessory Bar our clients’ go-to place when it comes to jewelry,” Maria says. This season, be on the lookout for monthly trunk shows and special events presented by Maria and Marietta that highlight their in-house designers.

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Crosby Kitchen & Bar New York flare heads south to a Jupiter bistro By Melissa Puppo

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ike many concepts in South Florida, New York culture is at the very core of Crosby Kitchen & Bar. For partners Peter Pace, Tim Hall and Robert Gillin, their love of the street in the Soho District of New York City inspired the name of their new American bistro, which edges between Jupiter and Tequesta. “The train went by when I was visiting the property [and] that sealed it for me,” Pace says reflecting on the lot that once housed Pasquale’s Italian. “It’s part of the charm and makes it feel even more a destination as the crossroads of here and there. In New York, it’s Crosby Street; in Jupiter, it’s Crosby Kitchen & Bar.” The neighborhood restaurant opened in late fall, serving classic dishes with a modern twist. Inside, the decor is homey with vintage light fixtures, accents of deep blue, and mirrors and

photography hanging on the walls—including a New York Crosby Street sign. Sit at the bar or take a seat in the dining room and order a Fign’ About Time to get things started. Its contents include vodka, Figenza liquor, thyme and fig jam. Pair it with Pace’s favorite appetizer, the Bao Steam Buns. The dish features sesame pork belly, pickled vegetables and a Chinese barbecue sauce delicately placed inside the fluffy dough-like

pocket. There’s also fried green tomatoes with mozzarella cheese and charred baby octopus accompanied by tomatillo salsa verde. A wide variety of flavors are offered in the form of entrees. A few favorites include the short rib with a parsnip, celery root mash, fried okra, crispy shallot and red wine jus; the squid ink linguine made with rock shrimp, pickled chilis, arugula, scallions and rosemary breadcrumbs; and the Burger CKB—what Pace says is a worthy contender alongside the best in town. This one is topped with bacon, white cheddar, grilled onions and burger sauce on a challah bun with hand-cut fries. And while side dishes can be boring, CBK offers a few options more colorful and flavorful. Those include the Bottom of the Pot Rice made with burnt pork belly, grilled corn, cauliflower, jalapeño vinegar, pickled radish and celery salad with a sunny up egg, to the Purple Cauliflower served with onion soubise, golden raisins, red onion salsa verde and breadcrumbs.

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P O R T R A I T

Queen of Grapes Tap your inner aquaphile or oenophile (or both) at a pair of weekly wine-and-water fêtes Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach’s new wine director, Jessica Altieri, is rolling out this month. By Kerry Shorr Photography by Austen Amacker

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hile some people find a spiritual connection with animals, Palm Beach wine connoisseur Jessica Altieri would be better matched with a botanical, such as a grape or, better yet, an entire vineyard. As Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach’s newly minted wine director and wine and water sommelier, Altieri knows a thing or two about good grapes. A level-two wine somm and one of a handful of certified water somms around the world, she spends most of her days and evenings sharing her wine knowledge with hotel guests and restaurant patrons. In the seven months she has worked for Four Seasons, she’s completely revamped its wine program and designed wine lists for every food and beverage outlet, including the resort’s brand-spanking-new, fine dining room, Florie’s. Menus are dotted with vintages close to her heart and brands from winegrowers with whom she’s established close-knit ties, like Francis Ford Coppola. The two met in 2015 at an awards dinner and shared a selfie (“That’s the millennial in me,” she says) while Altieri was helping to judge the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, the largest competition of North American wines. Additionally, she curated the first-ever water menu in the Four Seasons global luxury brand’s 58-year history, which showcases many of the world’s finest mineral water brands as well as rare and harder-to-come-by selections. Locally, it can be enjoyed at Florie’s in Palm Beach. For Altieri, the menu seemed like a no-brainer. “At Four Seasons, we’re always considering new ways we can enhance the guest experience,” she says. She even has a luxury water flight spotlighting different water regions, like Vichy Catalan, the No. 1-selling water from Spain, and Svalbardi from Svalbard, which is about 600

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miles from the North Pole and where there are more polar bears than people. “It’s an ultra-low, mineral Arctic iceberg water and sells for $110 on my menu,” Altieri says. Possessing a bottle of well-balanced mineral water calved from Alaskan icebergs also makes an excellent alternative for customers who prefer something other than wine or Champagne to celebrate a special occasion or to say “cheers.” “Then, when I tell them how we can get more calcium from certain mineral waters than a glass of milk, they’re sold,” she laughs. Altieri also stages daily wine and water tastings to provide partakers with a broader understanding and deeper appreciation for the quietly complex beverages they sip and swirl inside their glasses. Beginning April 5 and 6, she will be kicking off a pair of wine and water tasting experiences at the property’s posh boutique and gift shop, Swell, and in the main lobby bar’s lounge, respectively. Every Friday, guests attending the Sip and Shop event at Swell will receive complimentary 5-ounce pours only available by the bottle at Florie’s and costing more than $100. “I wanted to give everyone an opportunity to sample wines that weren’t served by the glass,” she says. “This way, if they like it, they may feel more comfortable ordering it next time they come in to dine.” Wines will be carefully coordinated with the designer the boutique is spotlight-

ing that day. “So, say, for example, we were going to feature silver jewelry from David Yurman, I’d pick out something like a sparkling wine because it’s light and crisp,” she says. “But if we were doing something warm and cozy, like cashmere, I might pull a cabernet sauvignon.” Her blue eyes light up when she talks about the Wine and Water event she’ll be hosting in the bar-lounge on Saturday afternoons. She says, “It’s not going to be a formal tasting and you won’t be punished if you’re running late.” In fact, guests can arrive and depart any time they choose. They’ll also receive two glasses to sample three wines and three water varietals. If someone prefers to drink wine instead of water or vice versa, she won’t mind. “These experiences are meant to be customizable,” she says. “Whatever the guest wants, goes.” During the 30-minute tasting, she’ll discuss drink properties, how each wine-andwater duo complements and contrasts each other, and why they make good bedfellows. Seated in her Porsche 911 Carrera convertible, a gift she gave herself after she relocated to Palm Beach in September, Altieri doesn’t miss a beat when asked what she considers the perfect conversation starter. “Wine,” she says. “I’ve always said ‘wine is a conversation waiting to happen.’ It’s printed on our wine list.”

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P O R T R A I T

Two-Time Survivor The Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation has tapped Lara Logan, a TV personality whose name is synonymous with CBS News, as keynote speaker for the April 17 Women In Leadership Awards.

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he covered the war in Afghanistan while pregnant with her son. The then chief of foreign affairs correspondent for CBS News returned to the country one year later—on two occasions—while pregnant with her daughter. “That’s how crazy I was,” says Lara Logan, an award-winning broadcast journalist who will deliver the keynote address at the Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation’s annual luncheon. Logan has a powerful story to tell. When her son was 4 and her daughter was 3, she was in Tahrir Square reporting on the collapse of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak’s regime. On the night of Feb. 11, 2011, she was raped and beaten by a mob of men who left her for dead. She survived, only to learn in 2012 she had stage-two breast cancer, leading to surgery and radiation. Frequent hospitalizations from the long-term effects of both traumas—she recently was admitted six times in eight months—prompted her to re-evaluate life. “I grew up thinking that women can do anything they want, and they can have it all,” says the 48-year-old South African na-

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tive. “You can have it all, but having it all at once is a near-impossible task. I had compromised so much on my health, and I think the message was clear to me that I couldn’t do this anymore. I knew I had to make a change.” Logan relocated to Fredericksburg, Texas. She appears on “60 Minutes” occasionally, opting to spend more time raising her children. “I don’t really separate work from who I am as a person and what I believe in and what is important to me,” she says. “I wasn’t prepared for how much that would mean for my family.” Logan has made her mark as a public speaker, as well, boldly opening up to audiences about her experiences. “I love to speak to women because, for me, it’s kind of like home,” she says, referring to her four sisters. “I’m a strong woman who loves other strong women, so I enjoy doing these kinds of events. It has profound echoes for me.” The Women In Leadership Awards takes place April 17 at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach.

Logan would be lucky to stay in the area for a few days.“I never spend an enormous amount of time anywhere, now, because of my children,” she says. “That’s my challenge. I probably will only spend a night or two, which is a shame because I really love that part of the world. I am an ocean-andsunshine girl. The beach is my favorite place.” Luncheon chairwoman Amy Brand says Logan topped the foundation’s list of potential guests this year. “We had discussed Lara being an internationally known correspondent, and for that, we greatly respect that she’s kind of broken ground,” Brand says. “We want it to be a very positive, upbeat message and certainly an inspirational message when people leave our luncheon.” Co-chairwoman Cecilia Hudnet agrees. “We want people to think about it, talk about it and have it open up conversations for the future,” Hudnet says. “It’s really great to have her as our speaker.”

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Seek and Find The Keys shake things up with a first-time all-inclusive resort, Bungalows Key Largo. by M E L I S S A P U P P O

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’ve called Florida home for several years now and, surprisingly, have yet to make the trek to the southernmost point—to the land of famed authors, deep sea fishing and arguably the best Key lime pie served. I will get there eventually. But until then, a stop at a lesser-visited Key enticed me. West of Overseas Highway and off the coast of Buttonwood Sound lies the newly opened Bungalows Key Largo. While its sister property, Little Palm Island Resort & Spa, offers an all-

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inclusive option, this property marks The Keys’ first true luxury adults-only, all-inclusive resort. It was designed by renowned hotelier Jerry Johnson who pays homage to his favorite eastern and western destinations around the world throughout the exterior and interior design details. Past the gates, the secluded 11.2-acre property is home to a network of private bungalows—135 to be exact—that include either waterfront views of the bay or a private garden oasis. Quaint

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living spaces come with verandas and outdoor soaking tubs and rainfall showers, and beach chic interiors are done in cream and gray with coastal touches like sea life artwork. The remainder of the property features bespoke aqua accents, bringing pops of color to its otherwise calming undertone. My trip began with a quick drive through South Florida (Bungalows is just 63 miles south of Miami), but future guests can arrive via helicopter or by a 35-minute seaplane ride offered from Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. Perhaps the best part of each day was waking up to a serene view. With sailboats anchored in the distance, it was like an oil painting had come to life. Adirondack chairs created the perfect place to enjoy the fresh breeze before a quick walk near the pier to get to Fish Tales, one of the resort’s restaurants, for a breakfast buffet complete with a bloody mary and mimosa bar. How to spend the rest of the day is never far reach from reach. There are two pools for soaking up the sun; paddleboards and kayaks for exploring nearby Pelican Island; and beach cruisers for roaming the property. And, seek out a number of Buddha statues inspired by Bali, one of Johnson’s favorite spots. There’s one that portrays a woman sleeping, which Johnson’s niece designed. His 2-year-old daughter lovingly refers to it as “lady night night.” I made an appointment at the Zen Garden Spa, complete with four outdoor treatment cabanas, a steam room and a Himalayan salt room. Black bamboo commonly found throughout Bungalows is woven into the outdoor spa’s relaxing room with yet another Buddha statue as a focal point. For avid snorkelers, the property is a short distance from John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park, and soon, the resort will offer allday fishing and snorkeling excursions. It’s been nearly two years since Hurricane Irma rocked the Keys, and proof like the Bungalows shows things are picking back up just fine. I confirmed this to be true during an afternoon on a Duffy electric boat while zipping through the mangroves to spot dolphins and manatees in the bay. While out on a floating tiki bar, captain Glen Davis shared tidbits about Key Largo’s vibrant past. He’s quite the island man, having lived on several since the ’80s. This upper Key is dotted with crayon-colored houses and motels that have called this piece of land home for decades. Passing by locals out and about,

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the lifestyle here could be summed up by a popular song’s lyrics: “No shoes, no shirt, and no problems.” Back on land, an aperitif in the grand Hemingway Bar was calling my name. Bartender James whipped up a “Love Potion No. 9,” just one cocktail specifically crafted for a permanent stay on the menu at the

writer-influenced hangout. A six-course dinner and wine pairing followed at Bogie & Bacall’s with dishes featuring seasonally caught fresh fish. As developer Johnson intended, Bungalows is all about the sunsets. I toasted to the evening and watched as golden rays sunk behind the bay.

Bungalows Key Largo, 99010 Overseas Highway, Key Largo; 305.363.2830; bungalowskeylargo.com

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IS IT REALLY ORGANIC?

ADVICE ON HOW TO SPOT THE REAL THING, AND MAYBE WHEN TO BACK OFF THAT ORGANIC PROMISE By Eric Barton | Photography by Austen Amacker

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Dean Max

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hink back a decade ago, walking through the aisles of say the Publix produce section, back to when things were a lot simpler. Maybe tucked away in the corner, under a proud green banner, you’d find a few organic strawberries or apples, marked up high, maybe even past the price point where it even made sense. Now, walk into that same store and you see those green organic labels everywhere, stamped on heads of cauliflower and wrapped around English cucumbers, sometimes barely any more expensive than their pro-pesticide cousins. Go to restaurants, meanwhile, and organics are still a generation behind what we find in the supermarket. Can you, if you try hard, fill one hand with local restaurants that use only organic items? If you’re willing to pay extra to make sure what you eat at restaurants began its life at an organic farm, read on. We spoke to our local experts about what to ask, where to go and how to know when everyone at a restaurant is lying to you—and yes, it definitely happens.

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t was, for his legions of fans, good news in the dining world when Dean Max returned to South Florida in January. Technically, he had been here all along, as a resident of Fort Lauderdale. But Max, who made a name for himself in the last generation at a series of local restaurants, including 3030 Ocean, didn’t have a local place for a few years. Instead, he had his attention on seven restaurants elsewhere, including the Bahamas and Grand Cayman. In January, Max returned with Even Keel, a raw bar and fish house in north Fort Lauderdale. Max is known for helping bring the farm-to-table movement to South Florida, but at Even Keel, you won’t find a long list of organic items. That’s because Max says it’s simply not worth the extra money to pay for organic foods when it’s not going to increase the flavor. Citrus and butternut squash, for instance, do not see improvement with the organic treatment, he says. Instead, he hunts down organic items like chicken, carrots and tomatoes—things that improve by non-pesticide farming. “We try to buy organic when it makes sense. It’s based mainly around flavor for us. Because flavor is the key,” he says. “A lot of farmers put money into organics, and then some farmers put money instead into seeds, and that’s going to produce better flavor.” It’s also unrealistic, Max says, to expect a restaurant to choose unripe or underflavored produce simply because it’s organic. Instead, diners ought to look for restaurants that use organic items smartly, where the produce is picked simply for its quality.

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Jodi Swank

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hen Jodi and Darrin Swank started the Loxahatchee farm that bears their name 18 years ago, they faced lots of hurdles. It wasn’t just the difficulty of the business, of getting a working farm going, but the distributing of all that produce that became a nightmare—a constant slog to get restaurants to continually buy their produce. Nearly two decades later, that’s still true, Jodi Swank says. Every week, she’s calling restaurants who have bought their produce for years, wondering why they haven’t put in an order yet. The problem is that produce from suppliers like Sysco is undeniably cheaper than the fruits and vegetables the Swanks grow down the road. Restaurants regularly go with the cheaper option, and—here’s what really irks the Swanks—don’t update their menus. Even though the produce isn’t from Swank, many local places are still selling dishes with the promise that they are. “My husband is out here killing himself 14 hours a day, and for them to put ‘Swank’ on the menu even though it’s not; it’s insulting,” she says.

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While Swank isn’t certified organic, the farm does grow produce without herbicides, fungicides or pesticides, Jodi Swank says. They haven’t gone through the process of getting certified because “the whole organic thing, in my opinion, is political,” she says. The fact that restaurants can simply lie about where they get their produce puts diners in a difficult spot, she admits. Even if you ask about where the restaurant is getting their produce, they simply might lie about it. Local farms like Swank have at least gotten some help lately from local health department inspectors who have begun to ask restaurants for proof of “local” claims on menus. It also helps when consumers ask questions about the source of local ingredients. Ask to speak to the chef, and ask for the specific names of the farms, Jodi Swank says. If they’re lying about it, no doubt it’ll be more difficult to do so face-to-face. “Ask, ask, ask,” she says. “Ask the chef to come out and explain where the produce is from. Just ask. Always.”

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Joey Giannuzzi

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ew people have been more connected with the organic and local movement than Joey Giannuzzi. Back when he started the Green Gourmet in Delray Beach in 2008, he hoped to ditch the flavorless, waxy fruits and vegetables served at most local restaurants. That wasn’t so easy, as few suppliers back then offered anything better. Since then, Giannuzzi says nearly 100 Florida farms have begun supplying restaurants with local and organic vegetables, fruits and meats. Without a doubt, Giannuzzi says, you can taste the difference. Organic chicken, for instance, is pleasantly firmer and far more flavorful than a traditional bird, which seems plasticky and pumped with water, Giannuzzi says. Beef will be more lean and flavorful, with a texture that is denser and seems somehow more real, more natural. When you suspect something isn’t what it’s purported to be, Giannuzzi says to ask the server to explain. Ask for the chef or a manager. “I do this all the time, and it drives my wife crazy,” he says. “She’s like, ‘Oh my God, leave them alone.’” In 2013, Giannuzzi and real estate developer Mitchell Robbins opened Farmer’s Table in Boca Raton. Giannuzzi says it’s now far easier for him to source local and organic ingredients, but it remains difficult to find them at restaurants elsewhere. His advice: Train yourself on tasting the difference and you’ll know when restaurants are telling you the truth. It’s really unfortunate that we have to do this, a taste test to see if something is really organic, Giannuzzi says. But too often restaurants will make stretching statements about what they’re serving. “It’s really knowing the integrity of a restaurant,” he says.

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Jackie Vitale

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s the owner of Ground Floor Farm in Stuart, you might think Jackie Vitale won’t go out to eat unless it’s an organic restaurant. But actually, she often finds herself out with friends, at restaurants with no or few organic choices. When she spots an organic item on the menu, though, Vitale will undoubtedly have questions to ask. “There are a lot of questions to ask about how the food is produced. Sometimes the wait staff knows, sometimes they don’t, and sometimes even the kitchen staff doesn’t know,” says Vitale from her urban farm, market and restaurant in downtown Stuart. Let’s say it’s a menu that promises local organic tomatoes in a caprese salad. Vitale will ask for the name of the farm, knowing few in Florida can produce organic tomatoes, especially in warm months. If they say all organic produce is local, it’s almost certainly not true, Vitale says, because it’s nearly impossible to source a menu of entirely organic produce. So if a menu promises it, ask the server how they’ve pulled it off. “Thing is, sourcing locally is really

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hard,” she says. “I spend most of my day sourcing local, and it takes much of my time.” Then, even if the restaurant can explain which farm the organic and local items came from, there are plenty of other questions to ask. Are the organic items certified? Fair trade? Any GMO items on the menu? “Don’t be embarrassed about asking specific questions,” Vitale says. Then, if the restaurant can’t come up with the answers, if they tell you things that aren’t true, what do you do? Sitting there, with a group of friends on a Saturday night at someone’s favorite spot, do you get up and walk out? Vitale says no, that you just have to live your life. “It’s too hard to feel constantly guilt-ridden about your food choices,” she says. “Do your best, be OK with it, and move on.”

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Every private golf and country club community has a unique culture. This is especially true among the Northern Palm Beach’s many exceptional clubs, where the residents, the club’s norms and amenities create this distinctness. Waterfront Properties’ nearly 20-year private club specialist, Jacki Ojakian, possesses an ability to match buyers to the ideal home within the club best suited to their lifestyle and expectations. A uniquely positive double-edged sword, Jacki’s success with buyers is precisely what has fueled her success on behalf of local private club sellers. While every agent articulates it differently, Jacki may have summed up most succinctly the role Waterfront’s agency resources play in how she does business. “When I go to work, I go to work selling homes—not making brochures, not writing blogs, not creating postcards.” She continued, “There’s nothing I’ve ever needed to help me sell a home that wasn’t done for me by Waterfront’s 20-plus person marketing staff, and done extraordinarily well.” A consistent sales leader in north county private clubs, the avid golfer is deeply immersed in the lifestyle she markets and sells, having lived in several of the area’s signature communities herself. Jacki recently moved to Jupiter Country Club. As of this writing, the Toll Brothers project is one of the area’s best selling local golf and country clubs. “Right now, this is where the action is and I’m in the middle of it all.” Jacki is multidimensional, using golf as just one entry point to interacting in the communities she markets. She explained, “Product knowledge is everything. In my world no one knows the product better than I do. I monitor trends on a daily basis.” Jacki often utilizes Waterfront’s proprietary market data in combination with widely available data to advise and educate sellers and buyers alike. She said, “Everyone benefits from understanding market value under real-time market conditions.” Even competing agents look to Jacki as a market-knowledge resource. “I take a lot of pride in helping other agents in need. It undoubtedly comes back to me in ways that benefit my sellers and buyers. Relationships matter and I work hard at them.”

creatively—go to ensure success. In one not uncommon instance, the buyer’s considerations went far beyond equity versus golf or a social membership. “They had young children and getting it right for their kids was everything.” A wine social was followed by a meeting with the kids’ program director. Jacki facilitated several subsequent interactions with the community’s families with children. The buyer experienced firsthand how the community “lived” for those families and, potentially, their own. It made all the difference. The home sold. “It’s another level of customer service. But it’s what the buyer needed, and I think deserved,” Jacki said. “If I can make it happen, why not?” Real estate sales are a series of big decisions. Jacki does the hard work to make each one easier based on an abundance of good information. When it came time for Connecticut residents Mike and Margie Callahan to purchase a winter home in Jupiter, Jacki made it easy. “She shepherded us through the entire process,” Mike said. “From touring us around Jupiter to connecting us with exceptional people to help with financing and the title work, to personally introducing us to our HOA, Jacki was extraordinarily helpful. We would not have known where to turn without her. She made the experience easy and enjoyable.” Using both her background in interior design and insight gained over twenty years of preparing properties to sell, Jacki helps sellers stage homes. She said prepping a home appropriately does not call into question a seller’s design sense or taste. “Preparing a home to sell is different than preparing a home to live. We’re showcasing a look for prospective buyers, not a single family or individual’s personal tastes.” With Jacki, a transaction isn’t simply one thing; it’s every thing. It’s the combination of straight talk, deep knowledge and next-level customer service that make her the go-to agent for North County private clubs.

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CULINARY TOUR DE WORLD

Travel through taste buds to 10 ethnic eateries in Palm Beach and Jupiter. BY CLARISSA BUCH

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o need to splurge on a ticket to France for the meal of a lifetime. James Beard Awardwinning French chef Daniel Boulud brings Parisian cuisine to West Palm Beach in the form of caviar, foie gras and sweet pavlova at his namesake restaurant, Café Boulud. Same goes for Italy and India. Casa Mia in Jupiter makes pasta from scratch daily, from tagliatelle to gnocchi, while Aroma Indian Cuisine in West Palm Beach features garlicky naan and chicken tikka masala. Then there’s Grandview Public Market, West Palm Beach’s first food hall, which serves a mixture of globally influenced foods, from handmade and pan-seared gyoza dumplings to Nashville hot fried chicken and traditional Cuban sandwiches. “Food is a great connector,” says Grandview Public Market’s co-owner Kristen Vila. “It’s what brings us all to one table. You don’t have to like everything, or you can take one bite out of this and that, but either way, the diverse options are what ultimately bring us together.” From Japan to Peru, travel around the world with your taste buds—without leaving Palm Beach and Jupiter. Some of the best international restaurants are just a drive away.

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Aroma Indian Cuisine

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Opened in 2017, Xavier takes a holistic approach to Indian cuisine at Aroma, offering dishes rooted in various regions and culinary traditions across India, from samosas and garlic naan to chicken tikka masala and lamb vindaloo. “Cooking food is my passion, which turned into my profession,” Xavier says. “I was in the northeast for many years, and Palm Beach was on my mind as my next place. There is great potential in this area.” 731 Village Blvd., Ste. 110, West Palm Beach; 561.619.6437; aromawestpalmbeach.com

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ince moving to the U.S. more than two decades ago, Semih Arif Ozdemir, originally from Turkey, longed for his mother’s cooking. Instead of waiting for her to visit once a year—and subsequently cook enough food to last Ozdemir a few months—he decided to open Agora Kitchen in 2013, a restaurant that celebrates the foods that reminds him of home. Ranked the No. 1 restaurant in West Palm Beach on TripAdvisor, Ozdemir has built a loyal following of diners who crave his warm hummus, grilled octopus, spinach and artichoke casserole, and gyro. “Once we opened, my mom came to visit and teach my kitchen staff all of the tricks of Turkish cuisine,” he says. “Moms are the best chefs. Now, more than 6,000 miles from my country, I have the luxury of eating the food that reminds me of home.”

earning to cook as a young boy, Clarence “Rence” Xavier spent hours in the kitchen with his grandmother in his native India. Decades later, Xavier now owns one of Palm Beach’s most beloved Indian restaurants, Aroma.

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rowing up on a farm in a small town outside of Lyon, France, James Beard Award-winning chef Daniel Boulud started cooking at age 14. “Food and cooking together was a way of life,” he says. “My cooking man-

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tra is seasonal, just the way I grew up. My style is rooted in the history of French cuisine, but creatively transformed by me and my team of chefs based on the place we live and the bounty we get.” In 2003, the acclaimed chef— who’s garnered various awards and accolades in the past 30 years including numerous Michelin stars— opened his eponymous restaurant Café Boulud in Palm Beach, bringing a piece of his hometown nearly 5,000 miles away to South Florida. Here, he serves caviar and foie gras, alongside Florida stone crab, baconcrusted pork chop and pomegranate pavlova. “About 20 years ago, Florida did not offer much in the area of fine, yet casual dining,” he says. “With Café Boulud, we offer a new style of French cuisine with more seasonal, ethnic and classic dishes. While all of my restaurants have French roots and DNA, we always evolve and create restaurants that are relevant with the times.”

with tomato, mozzarella and smoked prosciutto, to different types of pasta, including pappardelle, gnocchi, ravioli and linguine. There’s also pan-seared filet mignon, baked eggplant Parmigiana and breaded chicken breast. Don’t forget Paggetti’s bestselling tiramisu for dessert. 337 Indiantown Road, Ste. 10E; 561.972.6888; casamiajupiter.com

Casa Mia Coyo Taco

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or nearly a decade, Casa Mia has redefined Italian cuisine in Jupiter by serving traditional, housemade cuisine. Stefano Paggetti, who has spent much of his life around restaurants, credits his father, Mario, for teaching him the business. In fact, his father was at the forefront of Italian dining in Chelsea, London, and ever since, Paggetti has worked to bring that same kind of authenticity to Jupiter. “I spent most of my youth traveling back and forth to Tuscany,” Paggetti recalls. “You could say it was a given that I would end up opening a restaurant of my own one day, so in 2010 I decided to do just that. I felt we needed something a little different, so my partner and I at the time came up with a menu that reflected our northern Italian heritage. We added menu items not typically found in Italian restaurants in these parts, and I suppose after [all these] years it works.” Much of the menu is made from scratch at Casa Mia, ranging from wood-fired pizza topped

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cott Linquist’s journey with Mexican cuisine has been a long one. Growing up in Southern California, the food and culture was part of his life from a young age. Now more than 20 years later, he owns the popular South Floridabased fast-casual Mexican restaurant, Coyo Taco, which includes locations in Wynwood, Brickell, the Dominican Republic, Panama and Palm Beach. “I really fell in love with Mexican cuisine a few years after graduating from culinary school while working at a high-profile Mexican restaurant in Santa Monica called Border Grill,” he says. “Since, I have spent over 20 years eating, studying and traveling through Mexico.” Opened in April 2018, Coyo Taco in Palm Beach slings a slate of tacos, burritos and quesadillas using hand-pressed corn tortillas, slow-roasted and chargrilled meat, Modelo beer battered fish, marinated chicken, and various house-made sauces and creams such as pico de gallo, chipotle aioli and citrus slaw. The restaurant also includes a margarita and tequila bar stocked with dozens of different spirits. “Most people don’t realize the depth and diversity of the cuisine, region by region,” he says. “It’s safe to say my life has been immersed in Mexico and its cuisine for decades.” 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Ste. M335, Palm Beach; 561.318.8616; coyo-taco.com

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o matter how late Peruvian chef Carlos Brescia stayed up, he was always the first one of his friends to wake up in the morning. As everyone slept, Brescia was busy in the kitchen, marinating fish and chopping vegetables to create his legendary ceviche. That’s how he earned the nickname, “the doctor,” which would later inspire the name of his fast-casual restaurant chain, Dr. Limon. Dr. Limon, which Brescia founded in April 2012 in Kendall, made its way to West Palm Beach in late 2018. It quickly became one of the most popular Peruvian restaurants in town, stocked with ceviche, Peruvian-inspired sushi rolls and numerous beef and seafood plates. “If there is something us Peruvians are passionate about, it’s our food,” he says. “It allows us to share our food and culture with the rest of the world.” 533 Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561.781.5577; doctorlimon.com

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rgentine-born, French-based chef Mauro Colagreco made his way to Palm Beach this past January with his first U.S. restaurant, Florie’s. Inside the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach, Colagreco serves cuisine that represents his rich upbringing. Focused on light and bright Mediterranean-influenced produce and seafood, the menu highlights range from king prawns in a spicy avocado sauce, to truffled chicken, to roasted lobster à la broche, to a club sandwich made with smoked salmon, sweet potato and lemon confit instead of turkey and bacon. “I seek out diverse parts of the world to share my cooking philosophy with new communities,” Colagreco says. “Palm Beach is an ideal place for me with all of its similarities to my home in the South of France, including the environment, the sun and the sea.” 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach; 561.533.3750; floriespb.com

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n 2003, Palm Beach chef Clay Conley moved across the world to Tokyo to help open a restaurant for celebrity chef Todd English. “I was completely blown away by the layered, bright, fresh cuisine of Asia,” Conley says. “At Buccan, many of our small plates utilized these flavor components, however, when the space became available next door, I knew immediately I want to focus primarily on that profile. Imoto translates to ‘little sister.’” In February 2012, Conley opened Imoto, offering his own interpretations of sushi and sashimi, dumplings and tempura, and various wood-fired items, like tuna foie sliders, pork belly bao buns and Korean barbecue-style wagyu beef. “In Tokyo I had many opportunities to visit the Tsukiji Market and experience firsthand the superiority of Japanese fish,” he says. “I wanted to be able to provide my guests with the same opportunity here in Palm Beach. We also serve dishes inspired by other Asian countries. As you can imagine, living in Tokyo, I was exposed to a wide range of Asian cuisine and I want to encompass all those offerings at Imoto.” 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach; 561.833.5522; imotopalmbeach.com

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t Tapeo, a two-story Spanish restaurant near West Palm’s waterfront, executive chef Javier Gutierrez brings a taste of Spain to South Florida, serving some of the area’s most iconic dishes, including croquetas de jamón, sautéed Spanish sausage, jamón ibérico, seafood paella and red snapper filet stuffed with shrimp and scallops. Owner Juan Carlos Mendez is from northern Spain and opened the restaurant in summer 2018. Tapeo, which loosely translates to “tapas” in Spanish, offers more than 30 different small plates alongside larger seafood and meat items. “We embrace tapas because it’s a fun way to eat,” Mendez says. “You can try six different dishes instead of just one, especially when you get together with friends.” Aside from the food, Tapeo’s lively atmosphere lends itself to flamenco dancing, live music, dance performances and DJs. 118 S. Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561.514.0811; tapeotapas.com

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hey say timing is everything. Sara Balas Densen was with her client, looking at a more than 5,000-square-foot waterfront home in Juno Beach. Densen, a real estate agent with The Balas Group/ReMax, was trying to convince her client that this was one of the best homes on the market. In fact, Densen and her husband, a film producer, had spent months looking at the property online themselves, wishful thinking as the price continued to drop. “And then my client, out of the blue, turns to me and says, ‘This house is really meant for your family,’” she recalls. At first, Densen brushed off the comment. But it replayed in her mind. Densen and her husband had recently completed an overhaul of a “short sale” home purchased in 2013. The home had literally been gutted. Were they ready to start a new project? “It was not an easy decision,” Densen says. “Literally, we had put our blood, sweat and tears into our first home. But this Juno Beach home really was perfect. I was torn, do we start all over?” The first home’s design had been adroitly handled by Krista Watterworth Alterman of Krista + Home. “In the end, we made an offer, called Krista and said, ‘Here we go again,’” Densen says. Watterworth Alterman was ready. “What was really nice about working with them a second time was their high level of trust in me,” she says. “They wanted a similar vibe to their previous home, but a bit more sophisticated.”

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(above) The large cupola above the kitchen provides natural light for entertaining in the day, while the gorgeous oak detailing shines in the glow of night.

Along with the spectacular views, the house already came with solid architectural bones, including an open floor plan, a recently renovated kitchen, a 25-foot vaulted ceiling lined in oak wood and a light-filled cupola. This would not be a gut job. The challenge, though, was channeling the Densens’ casual coastal sensibilities. “We started by giving the home a modern and fresh look by adding shiplap throughout the home,” Watterman Alterman says. “And [we] built a soft neutral palette for the walls.” The living room’s relaxed feel features a Swaim Brewster sofa flanked by Lazar Soho side chairs. The inherited built-in media center was re-accessorized with carefully curated curiosities, including a spinner vase and sea urchin ceramic platters from Global Views.

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A lucite console table next to the front door is barely noticeable, but it provides the perfect spot to drop off the day’s flotsam. Opposite the living room is the open concept kitchen with white Shaker cabinets and a herringbone marble backsplash. The large center island, topped with a light gray, quartzite counter, was matched up with Duralee’s Dover stools that Watterworth Alterman covered in gray, faux-leather fabric. She also built shelves between the kitchen and pantry for extra storage. “The goal was to create a space that is timeless and comfortable, but with luxurious touches throughout,” Watterworth Alterman says. “Marble and natural stone are used in the entire home. Luxurious, high-quality fabrics are all present in the upholstered furniture, pillows and drapery. And of course, all lighting choices are upscale.” In fact, the dining room’s white beaded chandelier is perhaps Densen’s favorite objet d’art, purchased from Pineapple, Palms, Etc. Watterworth Alterman added a double pedestal dining table from Lexington with mixand-match dining chairs upholstered in bone-fabric.

Since all the main rooms of the home look out toward the backyard, the floor-to-ceiling infinity pocket doors give the home openness and plenty of natural light. In fact, the last room is more like a lanai. On one side is a sitting area with a fireplace decorated in a herringbone pattern. The room features Serena and Lily side tables, Lee Industries’ furniture in neutral colors and throw pillows in sea mist tones by Kravet. Similarly hued drapes with a swirl motif add femininity, yet keep the vibe beachy and approachable. Plenty of wood, brass and white ceramic accessories fill the shelves. On the other side of the open lanai room, Watterworth Alterman carved out a space for the kids. She dubbed it the “art room.” As the parent of two young children herself, Watterworth Alterman says she taps into what kids love when designing their spaces. “I also listen to my own inner child,” she says. A Pottery Barn work desk, Tribecca Home bookshelves and plenty of budding artists’ work complete the look. “It has become an essential part of our home that I never knew we needed,” Densen says. “A place for the kids to paint, color, do homework and entertain their

Objets d’art in neutral tones give the living room a lived-in yet coastal-chic vibe.

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The girl’s bedroom will take her from elementary to teen years.

friends and where I can keep a watchful eye.” Designing a patio that spoke to an active lifestyle was also paramount. “This family entertains a lot, and they wanted room for the children to play outside,” Watterworth Alterman says. “Since this lot was so large, it was important for us to find ways to create intimate spaces.”

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A custom ipe wood table that seats 20 was ordered. Instead of chairs, two benches create a seamless look. The Densen family also built an outdoor kitchen and a cozy fire pit flanked by Adirondack chairs. Loungers, couches, hanging cocoons and even a tire swing tied to an old oak tree fill the yard. There is also plenty of grassy land left untouched for bare-

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The sitting room, overlooking the backyard, is all about comfort and classic patterns, anchored by a herringbone fireplace.

foot little ones. The children’s bedrooms, which also take advantage of the views, maintain a sense of wonderment. “I try to design children’s spaces that will last over time, something they can grow into,” Watterworth

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Alterman says. To wit, the girl’s room features black-and-white Schumacher botanical wallpaper, lightened up with blush colored fabrics and gold accents. Panels in a black-and-white polka dot pattern tie it all together. “This is a room that can take a girl into her tween years,” Watterworth Alterman says. For the boy’s room, favorite animal considerations were pondered. Watterworth Alterman found a whale repeat wallpaper for an accent wall. The rest of the room zips with a fresh, Nantucket spin of red accents, navy-striped panels, wooden bunk beds and a sputnik, steel light fixture. As for the master bedroom, a

palette was chosen that reminded Densen of the old bedroom she left behind. “I wanted it to feel familiar,” Densen says. Upstairs, a large guest suite with its en-suite bathroom offers sweeping views. A Pine Cone Hill striped duvet and accents brought in from the old home give it a grounded feel. “Krista did such a fine job the first time,” Densen says. “I just knew I could count on her to deliver a beautiful and comfortable design the second time around. Of course, she knocked it out of the park.” As for now, Sara Balas Densen is definitely keeping this house off the market.

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ALTHOUGH THE HISTORY OF TEA IN THE UNITED STATES MAY NOT REACH AS FAR BACK AS IT DOES IN ASIA, INDIA AND THE UNITED KINGDOM, AMERICANS STILL SHARE A DEEP-ROOTED RESPECT FOR THIS COMPLEX AND AROMATIC BEVERAGE. FROM TRANQUIL AFTERNOON TEAS TO INSTRUCTIONAL, JAPANESE-STYLE TEA CEREMONIES, WE’VE ASSEMBLED A COMPENDIUM OF MUST-TRIES AROUND PALM BEACH COUNTY AND BEYOND TO SAVOR, SHOP, LUXURIATE AND LEARN ABOUT THE RITUALS OF TEA. By Kerry Shorr

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spices and desserts. At The Spice & Tea Exchange, black chocolate, crème brûlée and hazelnut cookie-flavored teas serve as zero-calorie cures for a sweet tooth. Add extra dimension with aromatic sugars, like salted caramel, Key lime and mango habanero. Teas start at $5.89 for 3 ounces, and $4.89 for a 1.5-ounce bag of sugar; available at The Spice & Tea Exchange, Palm Beach Gardens, spiceandtea.com Every tea party deserves to win the gold. The Cheval d’Orient teacup and saucer by Hermès was inspired by Persian miniatures, small paintings designed to add vibrant color to literary works and ancient texts; $950; available at Hermès in Palm Beach; hermes.com

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TEA-INFUSED SPA SERVICE Beauty gurus have long preached the benefits of facial teas. At Kaffee’s Garden Spa in West Palm Beach, spa-goers receive a facial tea compress during the Garden Salt Kur, a hydrating and exfoliating body treatment performed in their Himalayan salt room, or add one onto a facial. Skin care pro Kaffee Keldie fills her compresses with good-foryour-skin herbs, such as wild-crafted rosehips, dandelion and oat straw, whose remedies range from brightening dull skin to soothing skin conditions, like acne and eczema. The Azul Marine Wrap at The Spa at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach takes its cue from the restorative, cerulean waters of the Atlantic Ocean. After a light loofah to eliminate dry skin, the body’s covered with a calming chamomile tea and sea kelp mix then wrapped in thermal Mylar blanket and covered in a warm towel. Shea butter is applied at the end, leaving the skin glowing, supple and deeply hydrated. The 50-minute treatment includes a choice of a scalp and face massage or a foot reflexology massage.

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F E AT U R E

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DRINK & EAT

So many teas, so little time. Here’s what and where you need to be drinking, and eating, right now. BUBBLE TEA

Introduced in Taiwan in the 1980s, bubble tea is a whimsical elixir concocted from cold tea, milk, syrup and marble-sized tapioca pearls, or “boba.” Inside Delray’s buzzy Ramen Lab Eatery, customers flock to Sugar Milk Boba and Dessert Bar for owner Elizabeth Thepithack’s bespoke iterations, like the honeydew tea with egg pudding, lychee jelly and bursting boba (pearls that “pop” with flavored juice). The boba-centric shop serves up other Asian tea drinks with delicious flavors and kooky hues. There’s even an arcade with classic video games and a pinball machine.

CHEESE TEA

If you haven’t tried cheese tea, you must. Similar to the frothy head of a cappuccino, this cold tea drink is topped with a foamy layer of whipped cream, or condensed milk, and cream cheese and is typically finished with a pinch of salt. At Yum Creamery in West Palm Beach, cheese tea is made in 10 variations of Chinese tea, including peach chin and roasted oolong.

ALCOHOLIC TEA BEVERAGE

The Beauty and The Beeeef in Wellington offers a long list of inventive cocktail choices, but the Jing Jang, a libation made from chamomile tea and Southern Comfort and Jameson Irish whiskies, is definitely worth a try. Delivered in a steaming teapot with an empty cup and one with ice, it can be sipped hot or cold and will either have a wicked bite or a soft, floral taste.

Prefer your kombucha with an extra kick? Head over to City Oyster in Delray Beach where bar manager Ted Downey is shaking up a series of Non-Prophet kombucha-laced cocktails, like the Mexican Bucha, a flavorful

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Sugar Milk Boba and Dessert Bar bubble teas

mix of organic tequila, agave nectar and passion fruit kombucha garnished with lemon and lime wedges. If you prefer your cocktail sans spirit, there’s a non-alcoholic flight with four, 4-ounce pours.  

TRADITIONAL AMERICAN-STYLE TEAHOUSE

Housed inside a kaleidoscope-colored, Victorian-style home in downtown Delray Beach, the Yaxche Tearoom + Emporium steeps some of the best teas in the state. Proprietor Alexandra Wayne scours the globe for teas she keeps stored inside the glass jars that line the walls. Teas have funky monikers, like Good Omen and Soul Mate, and deliver holistic benefits, like the Nirvana tea that incorporates coconut, almonds and roses to calm the mind. Adaptogens, or natural herbs with health-promoting properties, can also be added to drinks. Loose teas are packed in reusable, zero-waste tins.

NON-TRADITIONAL TEA PURVEYOR

Jupiter-born brothers Alex and Christian Le Clainche launched Pumphouse Coffee Roasters in 2016 and serve a couple of tea options at their Grandview Public Market location. Organic teas, like the sencha green with olfactive notes of butter, steamed greens and pine, are sourced from Royal Tea New York. Loose leaf and iced teas are available including matcha and chai lattes served cold or piping hot. For a caffeinated kick, ask the barista to make you a Dirty Chai with espresso.

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(above) Yaxche Tearoom + Emporium (right) Proper Ice Cream matcha ice cream The Beauty and The Beeeef Jing Jang

TRADITIONAL AFTERNOON TEAS

Diamond Tea Room & Bistro is a Treasure Coast gem. Jeweler Terry Rieger fell in love with tea while studying gemology and antique restoration in England. She opened her teahouse 10 years ago and offers a six-course high tea and an eight-course Queen’s Tea. The cheese plate with seasonal fruits nods to life across the pond. We dare you to pass through her store, Diamonds by Terry, and leave empty-handed.

For nearly two decades, Serenity Garden Tea House & Café has been serving afternoon tea from its cozy perch near the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach. Dublin-born owner Audrey Farrelly brews more than 50 teas and prepares from-scratch, flaky orange scones, mini-quiches, her famous soups and bite-sized sandwiches in flavors like turkey with cranberry. Whatever isn’t made in her kitchen gets sourced from small businesses within a 1-mile footprint. At Teapots and Treasures Café and Curiosities in Juno Beach, this adorable, shabby chic-inspired teahouse is made up of semi-private vignettes with gracious touches that guests can call ahead to snag. Owner Barb O’Donnell’s tea presentation showcases praise-worthy finger sandwiches and heavenly desserts that include Orange Delight and Black Forest cakes. The gift shop sells whimsical keepsakes and millinery ladies can wear while they dine. O’Donnell says no one has ever left hungry, which explains why most leave with a to-go box.

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Delray Beach’s Tealicious Tea House celebrated its 10-year anniversary in December and will be opening a Parkland outpost this spring. The jewelry box-imbued space has an intimate ambience with tables set with freshcut flowers and luxurious tea settings from Sadler, Royal Albert and Royal Grafton. Cordon Bleu master and chef Luciana Capanema sends out seven types of afternoon tea, including the Abigail Rose high tea, with an emphasis on wow-worthy desserts patrons aren’t shy to share on social media. Palm Beach’s Chesterfield Hotel sets the quintessential, British-style afternoon tea, complete with five kinds of finger sandwiches, including a savory roasted chicken salad, traditional British scones and decadent, miniaturesized desserts. Afternoon tea can be sipped in the tropical, outdoor courtyard, cozy, wood-paneled library or famed Leopard Lounge Bar. Whichever you fancy, we’re pretty sure Britain’s late prime minister Margaret Thatcher, a past guest, would approve.

TEA-FLAVORED ICE CREAM

Proper Ice Cream in Delray Beach is well known for its wildly creative flavors, like cornbread and apple tartin, mascarpone and toasted nuts, and a plain strawberry so well made, you think you’re eating just-picked strawberries. The matcha ice cream is formulated with equal pride and boasts super-premium matcha green tea imported directly from Japan.

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H O U R

Cocktail Hour with Josh Cohen

WHO: World champion polo player, entrepreneur and co-founder of the new World Polo League, Melissa Ganzi

Photos by Mike Jachles

WHAT: The Casamigos Silver Winnermelon cocktail, paired with the New Bedford Scallops with pork belly, kale, savoy cabbage and cauliflower purée; the Artichoke White Pizza with grilled artichokes, parsley and pecorino; and the Spicy Cauliflower of crispy cauliflower, kimchee vinaigrette and scallions. WHERE: Trophy Room, 12300 S. Shore Blvd., Wellington / 561.793.2110 /

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Playing polo with both Prince Harry and Prince William was: amazing, yet I

felt even more honored to play against Prince Charles. He is charismatic, engaging and truly has a gift for making everyone feel important.

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Something that most people likely don’t realize about the game of polo is: that it’s actually an “extreme” sport.

It’s similar to the X Games. I think (fellow polo player) Sylvester Stallone said it best: “Polo is like trying to play golf in an earthquake.”

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Becoming the very first woman in history to win the coveted Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz was: a dream

come true. St. Moritz is the birthplace of snow

polo, so to win there is even more special. I was also the first woman to win snow polo in both Aspen and Kitzbühel.

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The primary reason to create the brand new World Polo League was:

to preserve the integrity and prestige of the sport of polo. The WPL plays the highest level of polo outside of Argentina.

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For me, the single greatest aspect of traveling the planet playing this game I love has been: the wonderful ex-

perience of meeting people from around the world, the different cultures, codes and mores, yet to have a common passion; love of horses and the game. What a unique experience to share.

Melissa Ganzi was the first woman in history to win the Monty Waterbury Cup. Additionally, Ganzi is among the few women in history to compete in the C.V. Whitney Cup, the Gold Cup and the U.S. Open, and to be ranked among the top 10 amateurs in the world. Co-owner of both the Grand Champions and Aspen Valley Polo clubs, Ganzi became the first woman in history to win the famed Snow Polo World Cup St. Moritz in January. A winner of countless tournaments worldwide during a historic playing career, Ganzi co-founded and launched the all-new World Polo League in February, bringing the world’s greatest players and horses to her Grand Champions Polo Club and Valiente in Wellington. Polo fans worldwide watch the World Polo League matches live, in real-time via revolutionary flying drone telecast technology at worldpolo. org. Along with her husband, Marc, a former U.S. Open polo champion and World Polo League co-founder, the couple and their two children currently split time between their residences in Aspen, Colorado, and Wellington, Florida.

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THE COCKTAIL: The Winnermelon 1.5 ounces Casamigos Silver Tequila 1.5 ounces watermelon juice .75 ounce pineapple juice .5 ounce lime juice .25 ounce simple syrup 2 dash bitters Combine ingredients in shaker with ice, shake, strain, pour over single large ice cube and garnish with a thin slice of jalapeño.

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NORTH PALM BEACH Aaron’s Table & Wine Bar

1153 Town Center Dr. Jupiter 561.855.2628 aaronstable.com American restaurant and wine bar by Aaron Fuller, former executive chef at Mar-A-Lago Club. Casual, farmhouse chic setting with chef-inspired dishes, unique wines and the best ingredients prepared with love.

Bluefire Grill

4000 RCA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.8888 marriott.com This American restaurant located at Palm Beach Gardens Marriott features delicious steaks, seafood, pasta dishes and more.

Blue Marlin Grille

Shoppes of Oakbrook Plaza 11658 U.S. Hwy. 1 Palm Beach Gardens 561.331.8989 bluemarlinpbg.com Delight in Italian, fresh, and contemporary cuisine in a sophisticated dining ambiance with white leather upholstery and blue lighting as well as a full service lounge.

Bricktops

2373 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.530.4313 bricktops.com This waterfront restaurant boasts a tiki bar and outside lounge overlooking the Intracoastal. The menu is eclectic and diverse ranging from Scottish salmon to chicken Milanese and baby back ribs.

Buonasera Ristorante

2145 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.744.0543

buonaserajupiter1993.com Fine Northern Italian cuisine is offered in an elegant, intimate environment. The restaurant serves the freshest ingredients, the finest Italian food and unparalleled personal attention.

Cabo Flats Cantina & Tequila Bar

1352 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.320.9644 caboflats.com Dedicated to serving the finest Mexican food and drinks from the freshest ingredients at a reasonable price, from tacos to burritos and signature dishes to the huge, delicious margaritas and craft cocktails.

Café Chardonnay

4533 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.627.2662 cafechardonnay. com Offering award-winning American cuisine in a casual, elegant environment. The finest local fish and best local produce garnered them the “Distinguished Restaurant of North America” award. Extensive wine list.

Carmines Coal Fired Pizza

4575 Military Trail Jupiter 561.340.3930 CarminesCFP.com Committed to delivering a true Italian experience ala Florence or Milan. This casual restaurant has an eclectic atmosphere inside. Or you can dine al fresco under the palm trees. The pizzas are cooked in a 900 degree coal fired oven, producing a perfectly crispy crust.

Carmine’s La Trattoria

2401 PGA Boulevard Palm Beach Gardens

561.775.0186 CarminesLa Trattoria.com The waterfront ambiance is a perfect back drop for your fine Italian dining experience. A beautiful, private room is also available for parties up to 50.

healthful cuisine in a warm and friendly setting. Experience an unrelenting passion for the finest living foods.

Coolinary Cafe

2401 PGA Blvd., Ste. 160 Palm Beach Gardens 561.472.7900 carminesog.com This fantastic seafood restaurant, which was once Umi’s Fish Bar, has tantalizing sushi dishes, mouth-watering raw bar selections and classic Ocean Grill signature dishes.

4650 Donald Ross Rd. Suite 110 Palm Beach Gardens 561.249.6760 coolinarycafe.com If you are looking for something a little exotic and different the Coolinary Cafe, a Tim Lipman restaurant, is cooking it up a notch or two and taking things to a new level. From rabbit tacos with fresh coriander to cinnamon-chipotle-rubbed duck and carrot cake waffles for dessert this place is full of surprises.

Casa Mia Trattoria & Pizzeria

The Cooper Craft Kitchen & Bar

Carmine’s Ocean Grill & Sushi Bar

337 E. Indiantown Rd. Suite E10 | Jupiter 561.972.6888 casamiajupiter.com Featuring only authentically-Italian, from scratch recipes made from quality ingredients, including woodfired pizzas, seafood pastas, delectable desserts and a great wine selection, Casa Mia specializes in every aspect of great Italian cooking. We have many specials and a fun happy hour to boot.

CG Burgers by Carmine

PGA Commons 4610 PGA Blvd. Ste. 100 Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.0032 thecooperrestaurant. com Sustainable, environmentally conscious food in a contemporary setting, with unparalleled service. Inspired by fresh ingredients that are locally sourced and mindfully prepared. Offering artisan cocktails, wines and microbrewed draft beers.

The Dive Bar

4575 Military Trail Jupiter 561.340.3940 CGBurgers.com With a casual rustic ambiance, they offers big, juicy, burgers, grilled to perfection, including the Wagyu Beef Burger, Fresh White Meat Turkey or Chicken Burger, Bison Burger or Vegetarian Burger and salad bar.

318 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.747.4767 divebarrestaurant. com Decompress at this unique restaurant, designed to provide you with an amazing dining experience as well as an education about Florida’s waters, complete with fish tanks. Fresh seafood, sushi, pastas.

Christopher’s Kitchen

Divino Ristorante Italiano

4783 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.318.6191 christopherskitchen fl.com More than just a great restaurant, this is a gathering place where the health conscious of South Florida can experience refreshing, creative and

Oaktree Plaza 11585 U.S. Hwy. 1 N. #312 North Palm Beach 561.721.2250 divinopalmbeach. com divinoflorida@gmail. com Old World authenticity with dishes that raise the bar on flavor. Seafood, soups,

salads and fresh pasta dishes, as well as ample varieties of poultry, veal and beef entrées. Our wine list boasts some of the finest wines from Italy and Napa.

Evo Authentic Italian Cuisine

150 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Tequesta 561.745.2444 evoitalian.com Chef Erik uses only the freshest and finest quality ingredients available, including Italian imports such as extra virgin olive oil, San Marzano tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella, pasta, a variety of olives and aged Italian cheeses.

Fresh Nation

891 Donald Ross Rd. Juno Beach 561.318.5371 gofreshnation.com Quick-serve, clean, delicious food made from exceptional ingredients. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Meet your health goals on the run. Nutrition and fitness consults available. Eat in, take out, delivery and catering. Live Fresh. Eat Fresh. Love Fresh.

Garden City Café

Plaza La Mer 805 Donald Ross Rd. Juno Beach 561.624.7944 gardencitycafe pga.com Serving the finest Continental Cuisine in the Palm Beaches! Scott Guli, the Executive Chef has been cooking for 40 years and hand picks his meats and fish. He adds a unique, nouveau twist to each of his dishes ensuring unique flavors, quality, consistency, and pristine service. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Sunday Brunch and live music.

Guanabanas

960 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.747.8878 guanabanas.com Opened by Jupiter surfers as a sandwich shop in 2004, Guanabanas has become an institution in Northern Palm

Beach County. Lush, tropical setting, great Caribbean cuisine and cocktails and live music.

Hog Snappers

279 U.S. 1 | Tequesta 713 U.S. 1 | North Palm Beach 421 U.S. 1 | Stuart 800.335.HOGS hogsnappers.com Casual dining restaurant with an award-winning cuisine. With its fusion of Latin, Caribbean and Eastern Pacific flavors, the menu is as diverse as it is delicious.

Ironwood Steak & Seafood

PGA National Resort & Spa 400 Ave. of the Champions Palm Beach Gardens 561.627.4852 ironwoodpga.com Ideal day or night dining destination. Indulge in contemporary American dishes, locally-caught seafood, decadent desserts, innovative beverage mixology and one of the most impressive wine lists in South Florida.

Jetty’s Waterfront Restaurant

1075 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.743.8166 jettysjupiter.com Location. Location. Location. Enjoy delicious seafood and stunning views overlooking the Jupiter Lighthouse.

Jumby Bay Island Grill

Downtown Abacoa 1203 Town Center Dr. #101 | Jupiter 561.630.2030 jumbybayisland grill.com In the heart of Downtown Abacoa, they are known for tropically-inspired dishes, generous cocktails, dog friendly patio and relaxed beach house feel, Jumby Bay has been rated “Excellent” by Zagat. Kids EAT FREE Monday and Tuesday with an adult entrée purchase.

La Masseria – Authentic Italian Cuisine

5520 PGA Boulevard


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Limoncello Ristorante

2000 PGA Blvd., Ste. 31110 Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.7200 limoncellopbg.com Limoncello is a quiet and comfortable classic Italian restaurant that serves fresh sliced prosciutto and a giant wheel of cheese from their unique antique carving station.

Little Moir’s Food Shack

103 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.741.3626 littlemoirsfood shack.com Cool and creative, this neighborhood delight has become a destination eatery for many.

The Parched Pig

4580 Donald Ross Rd. #100 | Palm Beach Gardens 561.360.3063 The watering hole counterpart to Coolinary Cafe, chef Tim Lipman’s latest endeavor is a craft beer and wine bar serving local and regional craft beers, elevated global wines by the bottle or glass, and bites like cold water oysters, specialty toasts, and charcuterie and cheese.

The Parisian Restaurant & Wine Bar

Cineopolis Movie Theater Plaza 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter | 561.360.2224 theparisian restaurant.com Modern brasserie featuring exclusive French wine and updated French cuisine classics, serving

freshly-made main dishes and desserts. Allow us to take you on a trip to Paris with our stunning design and relaxing ambience.

Paris In Town Le Bistro

11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. Ste. 4101 Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.1616 parisintown bistro.com The fantastic menu items include steak au poivre, boeuf bourguignon, soupe a l’oignon, escargots, coq au vin, pâté, wine, bread, cheese, espresso, café au lait and more… in a relaxed, informal and casual atmosphere.

Pelican Cafe – Full Bar & Live Music

612 US Highway 1 Lake Park 561.842.7272 thepelicancafe.com Upscale American fare and Italian favorites from Eggs Benedict, Panini sandwiches, homemade Tuscan Pizza, Veal Chops, and Lobster Ravioli. Hearty breakfasts and reasonable priced lunches and dinners. family-owned, great food in a relaxed atmosphere.

Prosecco Café

4580 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.622.3222 proseccocafe.com Contemporary and sustainable cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian accents. Variety of entrees and tapas, fresh baked goods, salads, sandwiches and flat breads, creamy gelato, and a great selection of Prosecco, wine, and beer.

Portobello Italian Ristorante 351 US Hwy. 1 Jupiter 561.748.3224 portobello jupiter.com Portobello is the kind of place that

Savory can be your home away from home. The smell of spices and authentic Italian cooking fill the air while the Portobello staff displays top notch hospitality and service to ensure you leave happy.

Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar 5090 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.623.0127 roccostacos.com An upscale upbeat Mexican-themed bar and eatery. Relish the tableside guacamole, which features Rocco’s secret spice blend.

Sailfish Marina Restaurant

98 Lake Drive Palm Beach Shores 561.842.8449 sailfishmarina.com/ restaurant Indulge in waterfront dining at its finest where fresh local seafood is served, from Abaco grouper and dolphin to Florida spiny lobster and stone crabs.

Saito’s Japanese Restaurant

700 S. Rosemary Ave. West Palm Beach 561.296.8881 4675 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.202.6888 A hibachi and sushi bar where meals are made right before your eyes. Serving lunch and dinner daily.

Salute Market

5530 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.425.5651 salute2u.com Upscale, comfy-chic restaurant, bar, and wine and liquor market. Where Napa Valley meets Palm Beach, offering great food, fine wines, and craft cocktails and beer. Lunchtime guests can enjoy gourmet sandwiches, salads and small plates.

Sources Seasons 52

11611 Ellison Wilson Road Palm Beach Gardens 561.625.5852 seasons52.com Experience the sensational flavors of a seasonally inspired menu, all containing fewer than 500 calories and an award-winning international wine list. Casual, sophisticated ambiance.

Sinclair’s Ocean Grill

5 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.745.7120 jupiterbeachresort. com/dining Located at the Jupiter Beach Resort, dine on gourmet meals in the informal elegance of this tropical atmosphere. This American, Caribbean, Seafood, Steakhouse is Jupiter’s only oceanfront restaurant.

Spoto’s Oyster Bar & Bluepoint Lounge

Sophisticated steakhouse with a club-like ambiance with an elegant bar & lounge. Serving only the top 2% of all prime beef and ocean-fresh seafood along with local favorites all with personal, professional service.

Tommy Bahama Restaurant, Bar & Store

126 Soundings Ave. Ste. 2 | Jupiter 561.406.6631 tommybahama. com/restaurants/ jupiter Located at Harbourside Place, this is a perfect spot for lunch, dinner, or happy hour. Featuring fresh local seafood, regional produce and handcrafted cocktails, you can dine al fresco on the outdoor patio.

Uncle Eddie’s Ristorante

4560 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.776.9448 131 SW Flagler Ave. Stuart | 772.220.7772 spotosoyster bar.com A unique blend of Caribbean, Asian and North American Cuisines, featuring Blue Point oysters, Littleneck clams from Cape Cod, Yellowfin Tuna, and Yellowtail Snapper.

Bluffs Square Shoppes 4050 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Ste. #307 | Jupiter 561.508.7799 uncleeddiesristorante.com Owned by a native New Yorker and restaurateur, Eddie’s passion is cooking deliciously authentic Italian cuisine passed down through generations in a comfortable and attractive atmosphere.

Square Grouper

U-Tiki Beach

1111 Love St. Jupiter 561.575.0252 squaregrouper.net This local landmark is a little piece of paradise with wide-water views of the Jupiter Inlet and its famous lighthouse. Great place to come for drinks and a snack from its light menu while you watch the parade of boats go by.

1095 N. Highway A1A Jupiter 561.406.2210 utikibeach.com Waterfront restaurant with a tropical sand beach, open-air restaurant, stage for entertainment, and fun bar areas for relaxing. Casual menu includes Caribbean seafood, lobster rolls, sushi rolls, steamed oysters and wings.

III Forks Prime Steakhouse

PGA Commons 4520 PGA Blvd. Ste. 100 Palm Beach Gardens 844.842.2632 vicandangelos.com

4645 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561.630.3660 3forks.com

Vic & Angelos

Serving scrumptious, rustic Italian cuisine in a warm and welcoming setting at PGA Commons. Standouts include crispy, thin-crust pizzas, house-made pasta, fresh fish and seafood, and enticing veal, chicken, and beef entrees.

CENTRAL PALM BEACH Angle

100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.540.4924 anglerestaurant.com The signature restaurant located at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, features contemporary American cuisine using locally sourced and sustainable ingredients influenced by our region.

Atlantic Bar & Grill

Four Seasons Resort 2800 S. Ocean Blvd. 561.582.2800 fourseasons.com Enjoy refreshing tropical drinks and traditional poolside favorites from around the world at the ocean’s edge.

Avocado Grill

125 Datura St. West Palm Beach 561.623.0822 avocadogrillwpb.com Small plates of seasonal, locavoredriven fare and a full raw bar. The menu includes housemade desserts and a sophisticated collection of wine, beer, and signature libations.

Bar Louie

200 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 561.228.5220 barlouie.com Eclectic urban bar filled with nightlife photography and other local architectural touches. Famous for their handcrafted signature martinis, exceptional American fare and small plates, burgers and sandwiches.


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Il Bellagio

600 S. Rosemary Ave. Ste. 170 West Palm Beach 561.659.6160 ilbellagiocity place.com Like dining in an authentic Italian “piazza.” Directly facing the spectacular City Place courtyard fountains, the restaurant serves authentic Italian cuisine in a casual, vibrant atmosphere

Belle & Maxwell’s

3700 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.832.4449 belleand maxwells.com This bistro cafe takes great pride in preparing its foods and proudly supports local farmers and businesses in town. The menu offers flat breads, pastas, chicken and a wide variety of salads and desserts.

Bice Ristorante

313 Worth Ave. Palm Beach 561.835.1600 palmbeach.bice group.com Enjoy excellent Northern Italian cuisine in a setting that makes you feel like family.

Breeze Ocean Kitchen

100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.540.4924 eaupalmbeach.com/ dining This oceanfront eatery located at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa features true Floridian cuisine, local craft brews, a nightly Tapas Hour, and a Bloody Mary bar and Veuve specials on weekends.

Buccan

350 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.833.3450

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Acclaimed Chef Clay Conley’s creation, Buccan is a highend bistro, featuring progressive American cuisine in a casually sophisticated setting.

Café Boulud

301 Australian Avenue Palm Beach 561.655.6060 thebraziliancourt. com/cafe-boulud Featuring French-American cuisine by award winning Chef, Daniel Boulud and Executive Chef, Rick Mace in a casually elegant style. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Available for banquets and special events.

Café Des Beaux-Arts

Flagler Museum 1 Whitehall Way Palm Beach 561.655.2833 flaglermuseum.us Located in the beautiful Flagler Kenan Pavilion and featuring an array of delicacies and refreshments like gourmet tea sandwiches, traditional scones, and sweets complemented by the Flagler Museum’s own Whitehall Special Blend™ tea, and served on exquisite Whitehall Collection™ china.

Café L’Europe

331 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.655.4020 cafeleurope.com This fine dining establishment radiates warmth and hospitality. Serving Continental cuisine and an extensive wine list.

Café Sapori

205 Southern Blvd. West Palm Beach 561.805.7313 cafesapori.com Café Sapori offers an assortment of flavors from Northern and Southern Italy in an upbeat and elegant ambiance. Experience traditional and modern cuisine in the courtyard “al fresco” or for a romantic evening under the stars.

City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill

700 S. Rosemary Ave. Ste. 218 West Palm Beach 561.366.0071

Savory citycellarwpb.com City Cellar offers multi-ethnic dishes from pizza and pasta to steak and sea bass, served in an urban setting surrounded by a magnificent glass enclosed award-winning 10,000-bottle wine collection.

Echo Palm Beach

230A Sunrise Ave. Palm Beach 561.802.4222 echopalmbeach. com Rich, sleek, seductive and irresistible ... this Asian-inspired restaurant is calling your name.

E.R. Bradley’s Saloon

104 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 561.833.3520 erbradleys.com Established in 1984, E.R. Bradley’s is a Palm Beach tradition offering delicious meals, beautiful views and balmy breezes with reasonable prices.

The Flagler Steakhouse

2 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.659.8488 thebreakers.com Located at The Breakers Hotel, the Flagler Steakhouse offers mouth-watering, hand-cut, aged prime steaks in a unique setting with panoramic views of the fairway.

HMF At The Breakers

One South County Rd. Palm Beach 561.290.0104 hmfpalmbeach.com The place for social drinking and eating. Named for The Breakers’ founding father, Henry Morrison Flagler, this thrillingly glamorous retreat is an ode to the golden era of Palm Beach, with all of its high style and unapologetic decadence.

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1 S. County Road Palm Beach 561.659.8488 thebreakers.com Located at The Breakers Hotel, enjoy home-style cooking in a warm and relaxed atmosphere. They offer aromatic pizzas baked in brick ovens as well as a variety of fresh salads, homemade pastas and other classic dishes.

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207 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach 561.220.9641 MavenPalmBeach. com This American Brasserie, brought to you by the New England restaurant team behind Nantucket’s Galley Beach and Afterhouse Wine and Seafood Bar, offers a seasonally-inspired menu based on regional farms and local seafood availability.

319 Belvedere Rd. West Palm Beach 561.249.2281 kitchenpb.com A contemporary American Brasserie focusing on passionately prepared, refined and flavorful flare with warm and welcoming service. Passion, discipline and the constant pursuit of excellence ensure high quality food and service at kitchen.

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Morton’s The Steakhouse

363 Cocoanut Row Palm Beach 561.659.5800 chesterfieldpb.com/ dining Located in The Chesterfield Hotel, it offers eclectic menus that combine classic English, American and international dishes as well as some distinct Asian influences.

Lynora’s

207 Clematis St. West Palm Beach 561.899.3117 1548 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter | 561.203.2702 Market | 3301 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.444.3391 lynoras.com Classic Italian dishes with a modern outlook! Also featuring small plates and authentic wood oven pizzas prepared in sight.

191 Bradley Place Palm Beach 561.354.9800 meatmarket.net A sexier, more glamorous take on the traditional steak house, Meat Market is a dynamic offering of what’s great now; reflecting cuts of meat, delicate seafood and produce available and offered on a daily, weekly or seasonal basis.

777 S. Flagler Drive West Palm Beach 561.835.9664 mortons.com/ palmbeach Morton’s is an upscale steakhouse that also offers an extensive seafood menu. Highlights include the porterhouse steak, Cajun rib eye scallops, crab cakes, and the seafood mac and cheese.

Oceanfront Cabana Dining

100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.533.6000 ritzcarlton.com Located at Eau Palm Beach Resort, dine right on the Atlantic Ocean with your own private cabana and a special menu from the chef that can be customized to your every desire.

Palm Beach Grill 340 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach 561.835.1077

hillstone.com A lively and vibrant spot, Palm Beach Grill offers a truly delectable cuisine. Go for the ribs or steaks with your choice of wine, or just relish the fish preparations with red snapper or Dover sole.

PB Catch

251 Sunrise Ave. Palm Beach 561.655.5558 pbcatch.com This upscale raw bar and seafood restaurant has a creative menu that is full of flavor with something for everyone.

Pistache

101 N. Clematis St., #115 West Palm Beach 561.833.5090 pistachewpb.com Parisian-style French bistro with a Mediterranean twist. Serving simple, delicious meals made with fresh, local and imported products in an upbeat atmosphere with a European flair.

Renato’s Restaurant

87 Via Mizner Palm Beach 561.655.9752 renatospalm beach.com Renato’s offers an upscale and elegant European dining experience accented by soft lighting and elegant décor. Vast and eclectic menu showcasing an impressive selection of continental cuisine with Italian flair.

Rhythm Café

3800 S. Dixie Hwy. Ste. A West Palm Beach 561.833.3406 rhythmcafe.cc Located in a converted 1950s drugstore, Rhythm Café has been treating the fabulous people of West Palm Beach to the finest creative home-style cuisine since 1988.


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West Palm Beach 561.514.3544 661 U.S. Highway 1 North Palm Beach 561.863.0660 ruthschris.com Visit Ruth’s Chris Steak House for the finest cuts of USDA Prime beef served sizzling on 500-degree plates, award-winning wines and an unforgettable night.

The Seafood Bar At The Breakers

1 S. County Road Palm Beach 877.724.3188 thebreakers.com This popular oceanfront seafood restaurant and raw bar features fresh fish, clams, oysters, lobster, shrimp and delectable chowders.

Table 427

427 Northwood Rd. West Palm Beach 561.506.8211 table427.com

Continental cuisine that is seasonal and farm fresh. It’s what happens when flavor and simplicity connects. Authentic masterpieces of the continental cuisine in historic Northwood Village!

Table 26 Palm Beach

1700 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561.855.2660 table26palm beach.com With exceptionally delicious comfort food dishes to bring you back to the basics of Global cuisine, this unique neighborhood eatery has a full-service bar and complimentary valet.

Ta-Boo

221 Worth Ave. Palm Beach | 561.835.3500 taboorestaurant.com A legendary American bistro and bar with a reputation for great food.

Savory Temple Orange Mediterranean Bistro

100 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan | 561.540.4923 templeorange restaurant.com Located at Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa, Temple Orange Mediterranean Bistro offers contemporary American cuisine with Mediterranean flavors. The restaurant features oceanfront indoor and outdoor casual dining with magnificent views of the Atlantic Ocean.

Testa’s Restaurant 221 Royal Poinciana Way Palm Beach 561.832.0992 testasrestaurants. com This landmark restaurant has a history of serving the beautiful island of Palm Beach since 1921. Dine on tradi-

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Trevini Ristorante

290 Sunset Ave. Palm Beach 561.833.3883 treviniristorante.com Tucked in behind Saks Fifth Avenue at the courtyard of the historic Bradley Park Hotel, Trevini Ristorante is just like an Italian villa with both its indoor and outdoor seating.

SOUTHERN PALM BEACH Benny’s On the Beach

10 Ocean Blvd. Lake Worth 561.582.9001 bennysonthe beach.com This landmark restaurant at the fishing pier has been serving outstanding seafood with Greek and American inspirations since 1986.

Blue Front BBQ Bar & Grill

132 N. Dixie Hwy. Lake Worth 561.833.6651 mybluefront.com From Baby Back & St. Louis style ribs, Grilled Fish and NY Strips, Smoked Chicken with Baked Beans and Cornbread, to BBQ Wings, Collard Greens and Mac n’ Cheese, there’s something to satisfy any craving.

John G’s Restaurant

264 S. Ocean Blvd. Manalapan 561.585.9860 johngs.com This busy little “cash only” restaurant located in the shopping center across from the Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa is a local’s favorite that has been serving fresh, home-style cooked food for almost 40 years.

Paradiso Ristorante

625 Lucerne Ave. Lake Worth 561.547.2500 paradisolake worth.com Mouth-watering Mediterranean cuisine offering a plethora of menu selections using only the freshest ingredients that surprise even the most sophisticated palates.

Riggin’s Crabhouse

607 Ridge Road Lantana 561.586.3000 rigginscrabhouse. com This authentic Maryland style crabhouse has been serving South Florida for over 20 years. Riggins offers various fresh seafood dishes, but is mostly known for their Blue Crabs.

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Executive Chef Mario Mette

Lynora’s Italian Restaurant

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t is hardly surprising that Italian-born Chef Mario Mette, who directs the kitchen at Lynora’s restaurant in Jupiter, has a winning way when it comes to preparing delicious homemade Italian cuisine. Chef Mario trained under Maria Abbenante, Lynora’s founding chef (since 1976) at the flagship location on Clematis Street in Downtown West Palm Beach. Consistency is a constant when Chef Mario cooks up savory signature dishes with a modern spin that include Pasticcio Bolognese, Gnocchi al Forno, and fresh daily specials. Not to be missed are the baked-to-perfection, wood-oven artisan pizzas. All that and more can be enjoyed daily during Happy Hour, Dinner and Weekend Brunch. 3301 S. Dixie Hwy. t West Palm Beach, FL 33405 t 561.444.3932 207 Clematis St. t West Palm Beach, FL 33401 t 561.899.3117 1548 N. U.S. Highway 1 t Jupiter, FL 33469 t 561.203.2702 Alton coming soon! t lynoras.com

Chef Jack Cunha

Tapeo Tapas Bar and Restaurant

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rom watching his grandmother cook in her restaurant as a young boy, Chef Jack Cunha brings a flair to his cooking that makes every dish taste like it was made with love. Chef Cunha started his culinary journey in his hometown of Lisbon, Portugal where he attended culinary school. His passion for the kitchen led him to go on to study the art of pastry making in none other than Nice, France. In 1980, he moved to the US and has brought his talent to restaurants in multiple different states. His favorite dish to prepare is Paella Valenciana and Filet Mignon in port wine sauce, but make sure you save room for dessert. His Crème Brulee is one of his specialties and favorite desserts to prepare; it’s the perfect top off to any of his delectable meals. Today, Chef Cunha brings his talent all the way from Lisbon to West Palm Beach at Tapeo Tapas Bar. Come check him out–and make sure you order a sangria while you’re at it.

118 S. Clematis Street t West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561.514.0811 t tapeotapas.com

Chef Tommy Nevill

Proprietor of III Forks Prime Steakhouse ommy Nevill, Proprietor of III Forks Prime Steakhouse at PGA Boulevard (Palm Beach Gardens), is a celebrated Executive Chef. A native Floridian, Nevill studied at the Disney Culinary Institute in Orlando. He continued his education at Florida State University, Dedman School of Hospitality, where he received his bachelor’s degree in Hospitality Administration. In 2008, Nevill became Executive Chef of Silver Fox Steakhouse in Richardson, Texas (sibling to III Forks Prime Steakhouse). Nevill moved to III Forks to oversee Palm Beach Gardens. Nevill is a Level One Sommelier, trained under Master Sommelier Drew Hendricks. In addition to creating culinary masterpieces, Nevill enjoys golf, sculpting, diving and deep sea fishing.

4645 PGA Boulevard t Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33418 954.457.3920 t 3Forks.com

Chef Vinny Trupia Guanabanas Restaurant

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inny Trupia, better known in his kitchen as Chef Vinny, was brought aboard the Guanabanas kitchen crew at the end of 2008, just as the restaurant was about to open. He brought with him his passion for the restaurant business and his trademark “whatever it takes” attitude. Throughout Guanabanas’ history, there have been many influences in the kitchen and there are many answers when a person asks questions like “who wrote the menu?” or “who thought of this or that?” Chef Vinny has earned his place at the top of that group as a dedicated and creative influence when it comes to designing and running the day to day operations of a high volume restaurant. The future is bright for this young chef and his passion for utilizing new and unique products will keep the menu fresh and exciting. In a day and age where things like the Food Network make television stars and “celebrity chefs” out of “chefs” who never had to cut their teeth in a restaurant kitchen, Chef Vinny has proven he has what it takes to be an innovative and ecologically responsible chef and still “grind it out” on a Saturday night.

960 N. Hwy. A1A t Jupiter, FL 33477 561.747.8878 t guanabanas.com


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Lynora’s Italian Restaurant

3301 S. Dixie Hwy. t West Palm Beach, FL 33405 t 561.444.3932 207 Clematis St. t West Palm Beach, FL 33401 t 561.899.3117 1548 N. U.S. Highway 1 t Jupiter, FL 33469 t 561.203.2702 Alton coming soon! t lynoras.com

Executive Chef Scott Guli Garden City Café

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cott Guli, the Executive Chef and owner, began his journey as a chef by learning from his father who owned several restaurants in Greenwich Village, New York and Oceanside, Long Island. Scott has been cooking for 40 years and hand picks his meats and fish. He was also a Corporate Chef for Carmines Restaurant and Market for over 20 years. In the kitchen, he adds a unique, nouveau twist to each of his dishes ensuring unique flavors. He prides himself on quality, consistency, and pristine service. Several specialties the customers LOVE are the homemade shrimp or lobster risotto. Garden City Café has daily fresh seafood and it never disappoints. Some quotes from our customers include Susan, who said, “This is a wonderful place! The decor is comfortable and welcoming, the service was excellent and the food delicious!!! Highly recommended,” and Micki, who said, “A hidden gem in Juno Beach! Super friendly staff, great location and the food is fantastic!”

Garden City Café, in Plaza La Mer t 805 Donald Ross Rd. Juno Beach, FL 33408 t 561.624.7944 t gardencitycafepga.com

Chef Frank Eucalitto Café Chardonnay

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hef/owner Frank Eucalitto has been delighting his customers at Café Chardonnay for over 30 years. Living and working in the Jupiter/Palm Beach Gardens community has given him the “inside knowledge” on who fishes for the finest local fish and who grows the best local produce, all the ingredients that have given Café Chardonnay the recognition of serving the freshest flavors on everything that comes out of the kitchen since 1986. Frank’s love of travel has allowed him to forge long time relationships with producers and winemakers from around the world. Wine Spectator magazine has awarded them their “Award of Excellence” since 1993. Excellent food coupled with outstanding service and unique wines make for an extra-special dining experience.

Corner of PGA & Military Trail in the Garden Square Shoppes in Palm Beach Gardens t 561.627.2662 t cafechardonnay.com

Chef W. Scott Osif Maven

the beginning of his culinary career in Pennsylvania, Chef W. Scott Osif has fostered S ince a passion for fresh, local, and sustainable ingredients. Scott’s journey as a chef has

gone from a small country restaurant in central Pennsylvania through Philadelphia, New York City, France, San Francisco, Boston, Nantucket and now Palm Beach Simplicity and regional availability dictates his menus at Nantucket’s Afterhouse and Galley Beach, and now at Palm Beach’s Maven. Scott’s decades of culinary experience in many of the top gastronomic destinations will be evident on Maven’s new brunch, lunch and dinner menus. As the chef partner at Maven he is excited to bring his talents to this American brasserie on Palm Beach. 207 Royal Poinciana Way t Palm Beach, FL 33405 561.220.9641 t MavenPalmBeach.com

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aria Abbenante was born and raised in Ponza, Italy, a tiny island paradise famed for its grottos, botanical gardens and underground Roman tunnels just a few hours from Rome. One of Maria’s favorite early memories was helping her grandmother, Lynora, make pasta at the family restaurant where the all ingredients were fresh and everything was homemade. Throughout her girlhood, Maria clocked countless hours by Lynora’s side learning how to cook and hone her culinary skills – a pastime that developed into a lifelong passion. “This is not a job, this is my heart,” said Maria, who controls the kitchen at Lynora’s Italian Restaurants, Family owned and operated in Palm Beach County since 1976.

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APRIL 1 Palm Beach Navy SEAL Evening of Tribute; 5:45 p.m.; Mar-a-Lago Club; $750; pbnavysealeveningoftribute.com APRIL 3 Spread Her Wings Luncheon and Fashion Show; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; Mirasol Country Club; $125; breakingfamilycycles.org APRIL 3 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Palm Beach Dinner; 7:30 p.m.; Club Colette; $1,000; stjude.org/palmbeachdinner APRIL 5 YMCA of the Palm Beaches Golf Classic; 7 a.m.; PGA National Resort and Spa; Tickets from $300; ymcapalmbeaches.org APRIL 6 Cancer Alliance of Help & Hope ‘Brunch With Purpose’; 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.; The Colony Palm Beach; Tickets from $250; cahh.org

Public Library of West Palm Beach; $350; wpblf.org APRIL 9 Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach Ladies Easter Tea; 2:30 p.m.; The Chesterfield Palm Beach; $100; catholiccharitiesdpb.org APRIL 10 Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County Literacy Links Golf Tournament; 8:30 a.m.; Palm Beach Par 3; Ticket prices vary; literacypbc.org APRIL 10 Science Meets Music; 6 p.m.; The Benjamin Upper School; free, RSVP required; maxplanckflorida.org APRIL 11 American Heart Association Palm Beach County Go Red For Women Luncheon; 11 a.m.; PGA National Resort and Spa; $275; heart.org/palmbeachcounty

APRIL 6 Jupiter Medical Center Foundation BlackTie Ball; 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $750; jmcfoundation.com APRIL 6 Opportunity Early Childhood Education & Family Center Gala; 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m.; Private Residence in Palm Beach; Tickets from $450; opportunitypbc.org APRIL 6 West Palm Beach Library Foundation ‘Food for Thought: An Evening of Great Conversation’; 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.; Mandel

Food’; 6 p.m.; The Breakers Palm Beach; $600; sfsciencecenter.org APRIL 12 Boys & Girls Club of Palm Beach County ‘Barefoot on the Beach’; 7:30 p.m.; The Breakers Beach Club; Tickets from $450; bgcpbc.org APRIL 13 Leukemia & Lymphoma Society ‘Shop & Share’; 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.; Lilly Pulitzer, The Gardens Mall; free; lls.org/pb APRIL 16 Loxahatchee River Historical Society Lighthouse Luminary Luncheon; noon to 2:30 p.m.; Pelican Club; Tickets from $125; jupiterlighthouse.org APRIL 17 Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation Women in Leadership Awards Luncheon; 11:30 a.m.; Kravis Center; $130/members, $150/non-members; ewpb.org APRIL 21 Easter Eggstravaganza; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.; The Colony Palm Beach; $35/child, $85/adult; thecolonypalmbeach. com

April 11 Mary Freitas, Caroline Rafferty and Elizabeth Gordon during last year’s South Florida Science Center and Aquarium event.

APRIL 22 Hanley Foundation Golf Classic; 7:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Admiral’s Cove; Tickets from $500; hanleyfoundation.org

APRIL 11 South Florida Science Center and Aquarium ‘Avant Garde Cuisine: The Science of

APRIL 22 The Arc Invitational Golf Tournament; 9 a.m.; The Dye Preserve; $750; arcpbc.org

APRIL 25 Culture of Change with Jennifer Martin benefiting Literacy Coalition of Palm Beach County; 6:30 p.m.; CityPlace Square; $10 or book donation requested; cityplace.com APRIL 26 All Saints Catholic School Ladies Luncheon ‘Pineapples in Paradise’; 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.; St. Paul of the Cross North Palm Beach; $50, $400/table of eight; allsaintsjupiter.org APRIL 26 Clinics Can Help Annual Golf Classic; 1 p.m.; Wellington National Golf Club; $225, $800/foursome; clinicscanhelp.org APRIL 27 Selfless Love Foundation Gala; 5:30 p.m.; Norton Museum of Art; $1,250; selflesslovefoundation.org APRIL 27 Junior Achievement of the Palm Beaches & Treasure Coast Caribbean Wind; 6:30 p.m.; Rybovich Superyacht Marina; $150; juniorachievement.com APRIL 27 St. Mark’s Episcopal Church & School Gala; 6:30 p.m.; Hilton West Palm Beach; Tickets from $175; stmarkspbg.org APRIL 27, 29 Place of Hope Golf Invitational & Charity Dinner; Times vary; Old Palm Golf Club; Ticket prices vary; placeofhope.com

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THE ALLIANCE FOR EATING DISORDERS AWARENESS TREATS & SWEETS

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THE CAUSE: The Alliance hosted its annual Valentine’s Day fundraising event at The Flagler Kenan Pavilion in Palm Beach. This year’s event themed “Into the Woods” included more than 16,000 delectable sweets.

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1. Nancy Richter, Kathy Leone, Laura Munder and Sara McCann 2. Kelly Holmes, Amber Grow and Camila Sargent 3. Aeyung Park-de Melo and Shelley Menin 4. Natalie Lazarek and Leigh Larmoyeux 5. Erin McGould, Robin Azqueta and Brewer Schoeller

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‘BEST CATCHES’ LAUNCH PARTY THE CAUSE: The Palm Beacher and Jupiter Magazine hosted a launch party in honor of the February issue, which featured six “Best Catches” who are local singles. Guests headed to The Colony Palm Beach for passed hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and live entertainment. PHOTOS BY DREAM FOCUS PHOTOGRAPHY

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1. Heather Vidulich, Heather Graulich, Ally Lohan and Jennifer Cope 2. Elisabeth Munder, Ryan Dougall and Alyssa Morlacci 3. Jennifer Hyland, Alexander Cooke, Idalia Baudo and Tanya Lorigan 4. Tyler Mauldin, Richard Beltran and Rachel Mills 5. Kayla Ziadie and Kaleigh Lipka 6. Sarah and Ian Jacob

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THE ARC WILD PANTS PARTY

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1. Richard Gaff, Wyatt Koch and Danni Gaff 2. Dustin Kuehn and Ellie Vail 3. Gianni Bertuzzelli, Vittorio Bertuzzelli and Mike Lader 4. Karyn Cartildge, Lacey Ivancevic and Dale Perrault 5. Tamra FitzGerald, Kelly Cashmere and Michelle Noga

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1. Tyler Mauldin, Sam Kerrigan, Josh Cohen, Bettina Anderson and Ryan Beckett 2. Carolina Buia and Sonya Haffey 3. Matt Stevens, Lindsay Silberman and Alyssa Morlacci 4. Justin Brown, Veronica Hoffman, Valunthinee Phoung and Rakhi Raikar 5. Glorianne Tolbert and Akina Johnson 6. Tanya Lorigan, Donna Lewis and Laura Zele

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HOSPICE EVENING 2019 ‘PALM BEACH FASHION NIGHT’

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THE CAUSE: The event took place at the Flagler Museum, and guests were treated to a runway fashion show presented by Saks Fifth Avenue Palm Beach. Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2019 Resort collection was presented with a special appearance by its new creative director, Wes Gordon.

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1. Mark Cook and Bridget Barratta 2. Martin and Audrey Gruss 3. Betsy and Wally Turner 4. Charles and Ann Johnson 5. Ann and Peter Summers

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MALTZ JUPITER THEATRE ‘THE DISCO BALL’ THE CAUSE: The theatre’s gala took place at the Breakers Palm Beach and raised nearly $608,000. The evening honored the theatre’s director of education Julie Rowe and the faculty of the Goldner Conservatory of Performing Arts.

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1. Christopher Flinchum, Becky Timms, Christina Rynasko, Andrew Kato, Kristen Feldman and Roberta Golub 2. Jerry and Marcia Cohn with Priscilla Heublein 3. Holly and Alexander Bondar, Deena and Stuart Lockman and Martie and Bob Sachs 4. Euclid and Francine Walker 5. James and Elizabeth Li

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NICKLAUS CHILDREN’S HEALTH CARE FOUNDATION GOLDEN HEART LUNCHEON

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1. Jack and Barbara Nicklaus with Katherine Heigl and Josh Kelley 2. Shannon Cake and Kristine Guleserian 3. Kathryn Vecellio and Wanda Doumar 4. Sharon Apple, Valerie Riceputo and Jennifer Cropp 5. Soula Rifkin, Suzanne Carroll and Debbie Ernst

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STAND UP FOR INNOCENCE

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In partnership with the Palm Beach County Bar, Innocence Project of Florida hosted a comedy show at the Kelsey Theater in support of the organization’s mission to free those who have spent time in prison for crimes they did not commit. PHOTOS BY CHASIN’ A DREAM PHOTOGRAPHY

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1. Connie Higgins and Anthony Caravella 2. Tama Kudman, Richard Lubin, James Bain Sr., Nellie King, Seth Miller and David Prather 3. Austin Gergen, Sarah Kilpatrick and Logan Edwards 4. Mike and Kristi Thomaston 5. Brittney Staab and Lauren Paxton

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H.O.W. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE LUNCHEON

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THE CAUSE: H.O.W. Hearing the Ovarian Cancer Whisper hosted a luncheon at the historic Flagler Museum in Palm Beach. Guests gathered to raise funds for those in the community fighting ovarian cancer. 3

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1. Allele McGraw and Anne Messer 2. Bobby Houseman and Dorsey Smith-Seed 3. Betsy Matthews and Jane Brody 4. Ted Furniss and Vicky Pepper 5. Valerie Goldfein and Patricia O’Connell

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JMC BLACK-TIE BALL HOST COMMITTEE RECEPTION THE CAUSE: Lee and Jeff Alderton hosted a reception at their Palm Beach residence for members of Jupiter Medical Center’s 43rd annual Black-Tie Ball Host Committee, as well as other advocates of the medical center. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART

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1. Bradford and Maggie Alderton with Karen and Hector Alzate 2. Orna Hadar and Ofer Shustik 3. Joanne and Herb Roemelle 4. Joe and Maggie Taddeo 5. Jim and Gaye Engel

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PALM BEACH WINE AUCTION

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THE CAUSE: More than 90 guests of Ann and Charles Johnson were treated to a fashion show, featuring adoptable dogs from Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, accompanied by a five-member veterinary team who modeled fashions from Worth Avenue’s Leggiadro boutique. PHOTOS BY CAPEHART

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1. Tamara and Ron Broadrick 2. Cynthia and Henri Jean 3. Cindy and Ted Mandes 4. Rod and Madeline Fink 5. Mike and Colleen Bracci

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LIGHTHOUSE ARTCENTER D’ART FOR ART

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THE CAUSE: The art center’s signature fundraising event took place at the Jupiter Community Center Grand Ballroom and was transformed into an art gallery featuring collectors and designers. PHOTOS BY DAVID R. RANDELL 3 5 1

1. Bosha and Steve Stone 2. Bill and Laurie Brower with Fred Putney 3. David Kunik and Nancy DiPierro 4. Nancy Politsch and JoAnne Berkow 5. Mary Lynn and Fred Putney

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T

he latest thing in running for office in Florida is to not tell the voters what you stand for. It may be the best way to win an election. As an example, we give you recently elected Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. If you followed the governor’s successful campaign last fall, you would have only a vague idea of what he would do if elected. He seemed to be a strong supporter of President Trump, wall and all, and had nothing negative to say about outgoing Gov. Rick Scott. A rational person would, therefore, assume that he did not believe in climate change, and saw nothing wrong with his predecessor’s steps, which did little to address the problems of Lake Okeechobee pollution and the effects on the estuaries on both coasts—especially in Martin County, as well as the ongoing neglect of the Everglades. If you thought that, you were happily wrong. The Republican governor’s first months in office find him acting much like a Democrat—at least on those issues most important to those worried about Florida’s deteriorating environment. He has shown a determination to do something about the problems of Lake Okeechobee and South Florida’s threatened water supply. To say that environmental groups, most of whom opposed his election, are surprised, is to put it mildly. Eric Eikenberg, chief executive of the Everglades Foundation, one of the most influential environmental groups, echoes the common theme: “This is the most optimistic we have been in decades —to have a governor who made cleaning up Everglades his No. 1 priority. We could not ask for anything more. Now we have to make sure that the legislature puts money behind those priorities and we can solve this problem.” It was not just the new governor’s actions, but the speed of them, that has generated enthusiasm from environmentalists. DeSantis lost no time in asking

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for the resignations of the entire South Florida Water Management District board of directors. These are the people who make the decisions that affect the water flow from Lake Okeechobee. While theoretically independent, the members are appointed by the governor and therefore reflect his views. And former Gov. Rick Scott’s views were a reversal from those before him. Under Gov. Charlie Crist there was a plan to buy a huge parcel of land from U.S. Sugar Corporation, the Clewiston-based company that for decades has been growing sugar on land directly south of Lake Okeechobee. That land was once the headwaters of the “River of Grass” and constituted the northern reaches of the Everglades. Back in the day of Gov. Napoleon Bonaparte Broward (1905-1909), the land was drained with a network of canals to make it rich soil for agricultural purposes. Because South Florida was lightly populated at the time, turning wetlands into productive farmland had limited effect of the Everglades. But as our area became the most populous part of the state and the demand for water grew steadily, so did the damaging effects of the stunted water supply. The problem was compounded by the loss of wetlands, which were a natural cleansing agent for fertilizer polluted runoff from all the farms. South Florida found itself in a strange situation. Lake Okeechobee was surrounded by a dike after disastrous flooding in 1928. Water built up in the lake during the rainy summers, but when the lake became

dangerously high, water that nature intended to flow south into the Everglades was discharged through canals east and west. Areas that did not need water, such as the Stuart area, got too much polluted water, while the Everglades to the south did not get enough. The U.S. Sugar land acquisition plan would enhance the natural flow of water, in effect restoring a crucial part of The Everglades. But under Gov. Scott, the plan to purchase land died. A spokesman for U.S. Sugar said it decided not to sell after the state changed its mind about buying the land. But the truth is Gov. Scott nixed the deal by appointing his own people to the Water Management District. n recent years, the situation became disastrous, at least for Martin County, as polluted water from the lake merged with seawater, producing an algae buildup, which killed sea life in an area where economy depends on its reputation as a water wonderland. Gov. Scott’s administration worsened the problem by replacing management of the South Florida Water Management District with directors who favored the polluting agricultural interests over environmental concerns. Scott was obsessed with growth and new jobs. He showed little interest in people already living here. Eight years were wasted, and those years finally saw decades of neglect have their effect. In addition to pollution on both coasts opposite the lake, rising sea levels have been creeping inland, under our shallow crust of soil, encroaching on freshwater supplies for millions of people in Palm Beach, Broward and Dade counties. Now all this history has been widely publicized. It is hard to live in South Florida without understanding at least the basics of the water problem. But one might think Gov. DeSantis, from far up in Daytona Beach, would not be acutely aware of the situation. Wrong. So far.

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