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Contents APRIL 2021

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Features

36 Taste of Spring

3 local chefs create culinary magic with edible flowers and botanicals Photography by Jerry Rabinowitz

42 Contemporary Cottage

A mid-century Jupiter vacation home becomes a modern, full-time dwelling

By Jean Nayar

48 A Sea-to-Plate Adventure

Journey with Chef Tim Nickey, as he reels in a fresh catch, then cooks it up in his home kitchen By Judy Martel |

Photography by Benjamin Rusnak

54 Garden Party 6

Pair breezy dresses and delicate jewels for a perfect spring vibe Photography by Ian Jacob

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Contents 48 In Every Issue 14 Editor’s Note 16 Publisher’s Note 87 Flavor

Foodie news and dining guide

94 Hot Shots

BENJAMIN RUSNAK

Photos from recent events

96 Surf Report What’s up on jupitermag.com

The Local 19 Around Town

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Unique handmade wares from global artisans, home decor trends, Earth Day celebrations, and more

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Hat ($98) and earrings ($98), Josephine Alexander Collective JOSEPHINE ALEXANDER COLLECTIVE

Jupiter native Tiffany Copeland on her reality TV stint and lifelong passion for conservation

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JASON NUTTLE

24 Beauty

Fruit-infused, vitamin-rich skin care

26 Arts

Local poets share their talents

28 The Goods

Fun, fruit-themed accessories for your home and wardrobe

Enjoy Southern hospitality at its finest at Georgia’s Sea Island

42 ON THE COVER

Photographer: Ashley Meyer Spring cocktails by Katy Galluccio, bar manager at The Parched Pig, shot by Jupiter Magazine

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30 Wanderlust

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Editor’s note

An acquired taste

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hen I was a kid, I didn’t like seafood. Well, that’s not entirely true—I loved scallops and, oddly, I also enjoyed these little mollusks called periwinkles, which are basically tiny snails. During summers spent on Cape Cod, I’d pluck them from the rocky shore, stick a toothpick into the shell, and eat the salty snail—raw. Pretty strange thing for a kid who didn’t really like seafood to do. But as years passed, I developed a taste for all kinds of fish. My family being Portuguese, a big staple in our household (especially on holidays like Christmas Eve), has always been bacalhau— pronounced “bah-kal-YOW”—which is a traditional dish of dried, salted cod, along with ingredients like potatoes and eggs, simmered together for hours in a giant pot. Not my favorite, but being exposed to it so much growing up sort of forced me to be open to the idea of fish, if that makes sense, and today there’s not much in the way of seafood that I don’t love (especially a heaping pile of fried scallops from this place Kelly’s up in Massachusetts—YUM!). Anyway, seafood reminds me of childhood—and I’m super lucky to live in a place now where I have access to some of the freshest fish around. That’s why I’m so stoked about the feature on page 48, “A Sea-to-Plate Adventure.” We got to tag along with Chef Tim Nickey, of Lucky Shuck Oyster Bar & Taphouse, as he spent the day fishing with his colleague John Share, who manages The Tacklebox. He even let us follow him home to watch him transform the day’s catch into a delicious meal for his family. We’re excited for you to see how it all unfolds. Spring is in the air, and the chefs featured in another story, “Taste of Spring,” are taking full advantage. Turn to page 36 to see the beautiful dishes created using fresh, edible flowers and botanicals by Evo’s Chef Erik Pettersen, Farmer’s Table’s Chef Michael Schenk, and The Gafford’s Chef Taylor Wilson. Of course, don’t forget to check out our Flavor section, beginning on page 87, to read more about what’s going on with our local food scene and perhaps find a new spot to try this weekend. Have fun digging into our Food Issue—bon appétit! Peace and blessings,

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Publisher’s note

Food for the soul

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was reminded of the importance of high-quality, nutrientdense foods while on a recent retreat. The intention of the retreat was to learn how to provide yourself with self-care and self-love and be healthier in mind, body, and spirit. What better way to explore this than through organic, healthy, gourmet plantbased foods? Every dish had a “benefit backstory,” such as “this has tons of vitamins and fiber,” “this will assist with cognitive function,” and “this will boost the immune system.” The experience evoked visceral feelings of being nurtured, loved, and nourished from my stomach right to my very soul. Every meal was delicious, vibrant, balanced, and deeply satisfying. Hippocrates said, “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food,” and our meals served as a modality in keeping us light, alert, mindful, loved, and healthy. As much as the practical and spiritual lessons I learned will be forever ingrained in my mind, so will the images of the nutrition specialists conceptualizing, creating, and serving revitalizing meals throughout the day. It was one of the highlights of my experience and proved so beneficial to my journey. We all have very intimate relationships with food. It’s not only a source of nourishment, but it also plays an integral role in celebrations, connections, social gatherings, and fun. Too often, food can negatively serve as a source of comfort, distraction, and addiction. Given its life-giving power and importance, we must maintain a healthy relationship with food and create good habits surrounding what and how we eat. We celebrate all things epicurean in this April issue and hope you take inspiration from local chefs whose culinary dishes are perfect for spring. Pair them with botanical-infused cocktails and you have a delightful combination. It can’t get any fresher than catching your own meal and lovingly preparing it at home, as one chef did, but while most of us don’t have the luxury of doing that, the next best thing is to eat farm-fresh, locally grown foods that are dense with nutrients. Spring is the perfect time to check out farmer’s markets and enjoy our local restaurants, as the snowbirds fly back north and the air is still cool and crisp. I hope that this issue whets your appetite and that you are inspired to experiment with nutritional recipes, choose seasonal fruits and vegetables, get creative, and stay healthy—because you truly are what you eat!

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GLOBAL Sensations

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exico City–born Kelly Rooney grew up living in different parts of the world with her family, which sparked in her an appreciation for the beautiful, unique goods she discovered throughout her travels. In 2018, her fascination with fashion and culture prompted her to launch Josephine Alexander Collective, a fashion and accessories line named for her three kids. “I started off wanting to showcase the beautiful artisan accessories I grew up with, and it quickly took on more meaning as I went forward,” says the Juno Beach resident. “As I was doing my buying, I saw how grateful the artisans were for my purchases, how proud they were of their work, and their eagerness to keep working with

me.” The entrepreneur has since designed a carefully curated line of ethical accessories that are environmentally friendly and cruelty-free. Recently, Rooney launched a pop-up inside The Gardens Mall, filled with colorful, handmade creations from places like Mexico and Peru. Stop by and peruse pieces including hand-embroidered floral Rosita masks; hand-painted, one-of-a-kind Carmen hats; and the Nicky bag, a collection staple handwoven by a man named Angel, whom Rooney met on the streets of Mexico City. Rooney’s gorgeous finds are also available at local boutiques such as Style So Chic in Palm Beach Gardens and The Very Good Stuff in Tequesta. josephinealexander.com —Melissa Puppo A P R I L 2 0 2 1 | JUPITER

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At Home

Color Combo

EXPERT ADVICE ON HOW TO INCORPORATE THIS YEAR’S HOTTEST SHADES INTO YOUR LIVING SPACE

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old daughter’s bathroom by playing up the dichotomy between the two colors. “The gray is stabilizing, sophisticated, and calm, while the yellow accent radiates energy and creativity,” says Reynolds. The space features a photography mash-up of iconic faces and

Explore

PROTECTING THE PLANET Celebrate Earth Day April 22 (and do your part to help) at these two town events

LEARNING ADVENTURE April 9, Loggerhead Marinelife Center is offering an opportunity to learn about the environment by getting out there and exploring it. LMC biologists will lead participants on a kayak paddle tour from Burt Reynolds Park through the area’s diverse coastal environs. During the excursion, learn about local flora and fauna and gain insight into what makes these delicate ecosystems so important to our slice of paradise. $40/person (includes tandem kayak and gear), $25/person (bring your own kayak); marinelife.org THE COAST IS CLEAR! Friends of Jupiter Beach all began with the late Anita Lankler, who led the local charge of being good stewards of the environment and creating a beach-friendly space ideal for dog-lovers and non-dog-lovers alike. The

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places from the New York City fashion and art world from the ’50s through the ’80s. Says Reynolds: “The incorporation of gold and brass tones and the unexpected pops of yellow in the art and accessories awaken the muted gray tiles.”

OUTSIDE: An outdoor living space Reynolds designed is grounded

in a newly installed fire pit mimicking Ultimate Gray. “The 12-foot linear pit creates a central hang-out spot by the barn, again, creating this incredibly tranquil space,” notes Reynolds. She brought in yellow accents through accessories like glass vases, pillows, and a rug to brighten up the neutral gray palette.

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or Pantone’s highly anticipated 2021 trend forecast, the color-focused institute decided that two is better than one, choosing Ultimate Gray and Illuminating as its colors of the year. “I absolutely believe that the relationship between these two colors is a metaphor for life as we know it now, transitioning into what we hope to be the end of this terrible pandemic,” says Jupiter-based designer Angela Reynolds. “The transition from 2020 to 2021 marks the reawakening of our spirits, where radiance and joy are represented with a bold sense of color. Pairing the yellow with gray underlines this change, bringing in a new layer of balance and composure.” Here, Reynolds offers tips on how to bring this delightful duo of hues into your home. angelareynolds.com

organization has since hosted monthly cleanups on the first Saturday of every month and pays for, builds, and maintains 29 dog bag boxes along a 2.5-mile stretch of coastline. This month, join them April 3 and help pick up nearly 490 pounds of garbage found on our precious beaches. Beach cleanups begin at 8:30 a.m. at designated crossovers (27, 30, 46, 59, and 52, but subject to change); friendsofjupiterbeach.org

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The Scene

Green Markets Get outside and enjoy the beautiful spring weather while picking up some locally made goods IN JUPITER Support area businesses and artisans at the J-Town Farmers Market. This community market features rotating vendors selling everything from fresh seafood to homemade baked goods to self-care and home items like hand-poured coconut wax candles. Not to miss: Sweet Marie’s conch salad and fritters, Blu Nomad’s eco-friendly handmade leather bags and linen clothes, and The Nova Tea Company’s teas and scones. The market runs 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday mornings through the end of this month. 106 Military Trail, Jupiter; j-townfarmersmarket.net

IN PALM BEACH GARDENS Enjoy a morning perusing the wares at Gardens 2 Go. Located in the parking lot of Palm Beach Gardens City Hall, the market features goods from local vendors including baked items from Bread by Johnny; produce, guacamole, and salsa from Jerry’s Here Farm Fresh; flavorful oils from Olive Oil of the World; and robust orchids from Akamai Accents. A virtual green market offers many of the same vendors you’ll find in person. The Gardens 2 Go market runs 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. every Sunday. 10500 N. Military Trail, Palm Beach Gardens; pbgfl.com

Think Tank

REFRESHING IDEA

Best friends Alex Melillo and Roly Nesi describe themselves as “tequila drinkers, serial entrepreneurs, branding lovers, and guys who like to have fun.” They both enjoy a good, portable hard seltzer but found themselves disenchanted with the

ingredients in most brands out there. So during the onset of the pandemic, they decided to create their own. “We felt we could do the category justice,” says Melillo. The Jupiter-based beverage, Chido (pronounced “CHEE-dough”), fuses premium blanco tequila with sparkling water and contains no artificial ingredients; it’s also gluten- and dairy-free. The drink is available in four flavors: Sea Salt Margarita (natural lime and sea salt), Pink Paloma (grapefruit blend), Mango Margarita (citrus infusion), and Jalapeño Margarita (spicy jalapeño with sweet and sour key lime). Says Melillo: “Chido is about having fun with friends and living life fully, and that’s what we do. We aren’t some guys who tried to manufacture a brand and a lifestyle—we actually live it.” Available at select stores and restaurants and online at drinkchido.com

Spotlight

Spreading the WORD

Ellyn Zarek helps promote the art of prose throughout the county

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upiter Farms resident Ellyn Zarek has contributed to the Chicken Soup for the Soul books, had her short stories read on NPR by local actors, and won Best Fiction Writer in 2016 for her novel Far Town, awarded by The Palm Beach Book Festival (another novel she cowrote with five others, Detours, is set to debut this spring). She also sits on the board for The Cream Literary Alliance, a group of writers in Palm Beach County dedicated to promoting the power of the written and spoken word to effect positive change through education, outreach, and public events. “We came together to offer opportunities for emerging writers as well as seasoned authors to present to a live audience,” says Zarek. “We hold a few public events each year, including readings of prose, essays, and poetry.” Zarek reads and judges submissions from poets during public readings and coordinates coffee shop roundtable discussions. She is currently planning a poetry reading for the new anthology Black Lives Matter: Poetry for a New World, in honor of National Poetry Month. The April 10 event is free and virtual; a link will be posted on the group’s Facebook page and website. thecreamwpb.org ❖

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Marine Queen AFTER TRAVELING THE WORLD WORKING ON BOATS—AND A BRUSH WITH FAME AS A CAST MEMBER ON A REALITY TV SHOW—JUPITER NATIVE TIFFANY COPELAND RETURNED HOME TO HER TRUE CALLING IN LIFE b y L I N DA M A R X

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eality TV changed the life of hometown girl Tiffany Copeland. Born in Jupiter Farms, Copeland fell in love with manatees while kayaking and canoeing on our local waterways. From an early age, she wanted to protect the aquatic mammals, later studying their lives more closely at the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium in Ohio. “I have had a lifelong passion for manatee rescue and conservation,” says Copeland, 35, who was third stewardess on season one (2016) of Bravo’s popular reality show Below Deck Mediterranean.

“I studied to become a marine biologist at Florida Atlantic University. After I got my degree, I learned that you can’t make any money doing it, so I started looking for other things.” She worked on dredge boats, got a job as a Marine Endangered Species Observer (which entails monitoring federally protected sea life), and served as a camp instructor in the Florida Keys teaching children marine biology. “I liked all of it, but I still wasn’t making any money,” she says. “Then, in 2015, I went on a blind date with a guy who worked on Johnny Depp’s boat in Fort Lauderdale, and he convinced me to become a stewardess so I could learn how to be a captain. Soon I began working on a 115foot boat.” When she heard about the Bravo show, the adventurous and naturally curious Copeland contacted producers in hopes of getting cast as a crew member on a yacht. “I sent a bio and pictures of myself, and they called the next day,” she says. “They said I would be a second or third stewardess. I was so excited about being able to enjoy international travel on the water.” She was assigned to the Ionian Princess, a 150-foot luxury yacht that would head out all around the Greek islands. But while the experience was certainly thrilling, she says it all became

a bit overwhelming. Naive about what to do on the yacht as part of a television show—which chronicles the crew dealing with personal issues in hopes of improving their professional lives—Copeland butted heads with Chief Stewardess Hannah Ferrier, who she says had issues with her inexperience as a stew. “It was trial by fire,” she recalls of the grueling month and a half. “I worked 18-hour days for six weeks, lost about 16 pounds, and dealt with constant stress. I got to see Europe, but I missed being outside.” She ended up writing Ferrier a note explaining that she felt producers were trying to pin them against each other solely to create drama. Eventually, she says, the two became friends. “We visited island cities like Naxos, Mykonos, and Santorini, and it was wonderful getting to travel,” says Copeland. “When the season ended, I returned to Florida to get my captain’s license.” She found a job as a mate and spent a season in Italy, followed by a stint on a 41-foot sailboat, before securing another mate gig on a boat in the Bahamas. In 2017, while in Saint Lucia, she met Evan Jones. They were working on boats docked next to each other and, with a shared love of the water, they would kayak, paddleboard, and party together at beach bars. In 2019, Jones—who is also a marine biologist—proposed. They were married in Asheville, North Carolina this past October, have since settled in Stuart, and are expecting a baby this summer. While not working now, Copeland hopes to go back into marine biology and to her first love: manatees. “I have enjoyed my travels and filming,” she says. “But conservation and rescuing manatees are my real passions.” ❖

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In turbulent markets, remain focused Volatility in the financial markets is a constant. Over the long run, taking advantage of these changes in value is what most investors hope to achieve. Managing the short-term swings, either up or down, however, can challenge even the most disciplined investor. HOW ARE YOU GUIDING YOUR CLIENTS IN TODAY’S VOLATILE ENVIRONMENT?

While the specifics of our guidance obviously vary by client, our recurring theme is: investment success is more likely to happen through thoughtful portfolio management. This means risk analysis, evaluating concentration, and leveraging quantitative and qualitative research. Volatility can muddle investor thinking. In our experience, a basket of investments hastily brought together during market swings can also bring with them unwelcome surprises: tax consequences, increased risk, lower returns and lost opportunity.

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Wide swings in the marketplace can have many causes, and sometimes unknown causes. Changes in company management or unexpected earnings, for instance, can provoke responses that may cascade into sector-wide activity, and beyond. Political events, such as an election, or global events, such as our current pandemic, can trigger turmoil in the marketplace. Whatever the cause, investor emotion often runs high. Investors worry, should I sell, should I buy, am I missing out while others amass a future fortune?

HOW CAN PERCEIVED OPPORTUNITY REALLY BE RISK?

In markets characterized by wide swings, investors can be tempted to sell at abrupt highs and buy at sudden lows. In so doing, they may end up with a collection of mismatched investments that run counter to their financial goals. And they may cash out on otherwise strong investments, eliminating the possibility of further long-term gains. While hindsight is always 20/20, in times of sharp surges and declines, it’s important to maintain a long-term view and focus on your primary reasons for investing.

WHAT HAVE WE LEARNED FROM PAST MARKET SWINGS?

The field of behavioral economics is devoted to the study of the relationship between emotion and financial decision-making. Numerous studies have shown that investor behavior during periods of marked volatility—following a selloff trend, for example—can result in poor returns. A recent Dalbar study compared the 20year results of an average mutual fund investor to indices: the average investor, who sometimes resorts to market timing or other performancechasing strategies, underperformed based on measures of annualized returns and the growth of $100,000.*

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The POWER of Prose Earlier this year, 23-year-old Amanda Gorman became the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history when she read “The Hill We Climb” at the White House, sparking a newfound appreciation for one of the world’s oldest art forms. In celebration of National Poetry Month, we asked three talented locals to pen original works just for you. b y T R AC Y M A R C E L LO

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ABOUT GEORGIA When Georgia Heard’s father left home for the Vietnam War, the then 8-year-old used poetry to express her mixed feelings about it. “Poetry gave me clarity,” says the North Palm Beach resident. “When I watched news of the war on TV, I was afraid that my father wouldn’t come home alive. It was difficult to talk about what I was feeling so I started writing instead.” She earned a Master of Fine Arts in poetry from Columbia University and subsequently published 19 poetry collections for children and adults. Her newest adult collection, A Field Guide to the Heart, will be published this summer. Heard has given seminars, workshops, and keynotes on writing and poetry in schools and universities all over the world. She also leads online poetry writing workshops through The Poet’s Studio (visit georgiaheard.com for details) and has been a regular at the Palm Beach Poetry Festival and the Poetry-by-the-Sea event at Jupiter Beach Resort and Spa. Through these avenues, the award-winning author helps others use poetry as a tool to endure their own hardships. “When we don’t pay attention to our inner lives, we become empty,” says Heard. “Poetry can help us nourish that inner space even though sometimes it’s not easy to do. People are often intimidated by poetry because of the way it has been taught, but I believe everyone starts out as a poet. It’s one of our greatest tools for living.”

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By Joe Banfi

Darkness and solitude, a long drive,

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a cup of coffee, zon from a passing storm. flashes of lightning on the hori s.” t to conclude my long waking hour I am thinking –“Maybe a quiet nigh

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ABOUT JOE Stuart resident and retired city planner Joe Banfi never set out to write poetry. Rather, he says, the words just came to him. “I was drawn to poetry spontaneously, without any reason or explanation,” he says of the passion he discovered more than 50 years ago. “The words came and fell on paper. It was pure freedom of expression without boundaries or rules.” Others quickly took note of his talents. Recalls Banfi: “The best compliment I have ever received was from an English professor who said, ‘Joe, you have a unique and interesting way with words.’” Yet he has never felt inclined to publish his work. “It’s strictly a hobby meant for self-reflection and entertainment,” he says of his poetry, which covers a wide range of topics, from human nature to physical nature. “I hope my poetry evokes feelings and thoughts from the depth of the human soul.” He does share his prose publicly at two monthly poetry events: Howl at the Moon Writers’ Jam in Stuart and Performance Poets of the Palm Beaches, typically held in Lake Worth but currently taking place online.

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4 ways to explore the art of poetry Howl at the Moon Writers’ Jam Share your stories, poetry, or music at the open mic every third Thursday. 901 Hub, 901 SE Johnson Ave., Stuart; howlatthemoonwriters.com

By Christie Page

I found myself pressed betwe en The pages of your book, like a rose A thing of beauty that you once Treasured so And I waited for your hands, you r fingers To find their way A casual caress down my fad ed blade Hardened with your abandon Once vibrant, color drained Between forgotten pages, I prayed. “I can’t unlove you” So I remain. ABOUT CHRISTIE In 2015, after spending more than 20 years working in the medical field, Port St. Lucie resident Christie Page decided it was time to turn the hobby she’d embraced since childhood into a career. Since then, the poet and author has had her work published in numerous journals and magazines and has been a regular at ArtsFest in Stuart, where she won the ArtsFest Literary Award in 2017 and 2018. “Poetry has the ability to show that there is beauty in everything— misery, love, loss, grief, elation, and happiness,” she says of her craft, which she hones through writing workshops throughout South Florida. “It’s a secret world where writers can insert themselves into the work of another and interpret it in any way.” Page has also learned that her current profession, much like her last, has the power to heal. “Poetry can be a powerful tool in overcoming any situation,” she says. “Writing is therapy, and it’s never too late to begin a new chapter in your story. We don’t have to carry the itinerary of our past into the future. We can move forward, unburdened, into our destiny if we are just willing to be vulnerable enough.” ❖

Poetic Persuasion A night of poetry and live music takes place the first Friday of every month. 3224 S. U.S. Hwy. 1, Fort Pierce; facebook.com/ poeticpersuasionfl Writers LIVE! 2021: Safia Elhillo The Palm Beach County Library System will host a digital discussion with poet and

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novelist Safia Elhillo, April 20 at 6:30 p.m. Registration required; pbclibrary.org/ writers-live-2021 Performance Poets of the Palm Beaches Virtual open mic sessions every month (dates posted on Facebook). facebook.com/ performancepoetsofthepalmbeaches

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Taste of Spring FLOWERS AND BOTANICALS CAN ENHANCE BOTH THE FLAVOR AND THE VISUAL BEAUTY OF A DISH. HERE, THREE LOCAL CHEFS PRESENT THEIR EDIBLE GARDEN CREATIONS. Photography by Jerry Rabinowitz

ROOT-TO-STEM FLORAL CITRUS BURST Chef Michael Schenk, culinary director at Farmer’s Table in North Palm Beach Organic garden greens with flowers, shoots and blossoms, quinoa chive tabbouleh, shaved radish, compressed watermelon, lemon balm vinaigrette “The world of greens, roots, and flowers offers unlimited flavors that enhance any dish. Vegan, vegetarian, or protein-based can be brought to the next level—especially since we have our own garden, and the possibilities are endless this time of year in Florida. This dish is not only very satiating, but it also bursts with flavor and is a beauty to look at. Garden-grown lemon balm enhances the vinaigrette with a citrusy flavor and pairs well with the sweetness of the watermelon, the earthy quinoa tabbouleh, and the spice of the radish.” dinefarmerstable.com

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BOTANICAL PASTA BLAST Chef Erik Pettersen, executive chef at Evo Italian in Tequesta Bucatini pasta “cacio e pepe” (cheese and pepper), lavender and jasmine cream sauce, 36-month-aged Parmigiano-Reggiano, fresh marigolds, garlic blossoms, pink dahlias, fresh lavender, jasmine crown “My inspiration was the arrival of spring. I wanted to infuse a traditional Italian dish with the flavors of the season. I took something that is traditionally heavy, cacio e pepe, and turned it into a light, airy dish worthy of springtime.” evoitalian.com

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FLORIDA BOTANICAL BEEF TENDERLOIN Chef Taylor Wilson, executive chef at The Gafford in Stuart Adam’s Ranch beef tenderloin, local fennel pollen, violas, ancho chiles, pinot noir, hibachis, garden black garlic, local honey, orchids, carnival cauliflower, micro rainbow chard, Parmigiano-Reggiano, micro cilantro, popcorn shoots, nasturtiums, avocado oil, smoked jalapeños, marigolds, micro bulls blood “The inspiration for this dish was to stay 100 percent local, farm-to-table, and gardento-table while softening and enhancing the beef tenderloin. Every piece of this dish is infused with local botanicals, and for me, it’s important to use a bit of Texas flair while harvesting ingredients regionally.” ❖

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COTTAGE Architect James Rill collaborates with longtime friends to convert a mid-century vacation home in Jupiter into a modern, cozy, full-time dwelling b y J E A N N AYA R

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Rill converted a screened-in porch into a sun-filled living area that opens to the pool.

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or years, the owners of a charming mid-century home in Jupiter used the compact cinder-block cottage as an easy-to-access vacation home while raising their three sons in Fort Lauderdale. But after their children grew up and moved out of the family residence to the south, they decided the time was right to make their Jupiter getaway a full-time dwelling. “When our sons moved into their own homes, our Fort Lauderdale house felt way too big, and we were living in only part of it,” they say. “We loved the community around our vacation home, and we wanted to be closer to the water, so we opted to make the Jupiter home our primary residence.” There was only one problem with their plan: The 1,600-square-foot weekend home wasn’t quite large enough for the entertainment-oriented lifestyle the couple was accustomed to. So they tapped their college friend James Rill, principal of Rill Architects,

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Millwork on the tray ceiling adds elegance to the dining space. Below: A unique blue coat of Farrow & Ball paint makes the bathroom pop.

to help them renovate and enlarge the single-story residence to make it viable for full-time use. Thanks to Rill’s astute alterations and additions, the understated home is now a comfy, easy-care, beach-inspired haven that is ideally scaled for everyday living for the couple and their black Lab, Charlie. Yet it is also large enough to accommodate their three sons and daughters-in-law, as well as a growing brood of grandchildren, when the whole family gathers on weekends or special occasions. “The primary goal was to open up and enlarge the house to make it conducive to family living and entertaining,” says Rill. To give the home more gravitas as a primary residence, Rill sought to enrich both the interior and exterior with more character and elegance. One of his first moves was to create a front exterior courtyard by repositioning the garage and adding built-in window boxes and a trellis at the entry to create a sense of warmth upon arrival. “The garden wall and planters give the home the feeling that it’s opening its arms to you as you enter and creates the air of an outdoor room from the inside,” says Rill. Working with local builder Mercurio Construction, he also added a new standing-seam metal roof with outrigger brackets under the eaves and new windows and shutters as character-building exterior elements. An added bonus: A brand new patio, pergola, and lap pool—elements the home lacked in its previous incarnation—enable the easy living to extend seamlessly outdoors. The home itself was also reconfigured to allow for an expanded and more family-friendly layout. On the couple’s wish list was to transform the three-bedroom-two-bath house into one with four bedrooms and three baths. They also wanted to add a mudroom and laundry area, open the kitchen to the living/dining spaces, and expand the master bedroom with additional wardrobe and closet space. While initially the owners and

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The lofty sunroom features cedar ceilings, ceramic flooring, and V-groove paneling (artwork behind the sofa is from Z Gallerie in Palm Beach Gardens).

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primary sunroom/living space that opens to the pool; and expanded the master suite to make room for larger closets and dressing areas as well as a laundry room. In all, the additions and improvements increased the size of the home by roughly 40 percent, to 2,700 square feet. Rill also tended to details that add substance and make the home worthy of primary-dwelling status. Among the upgrades that contribute to a newfound sense of elegance: a cedar ceiling in the lofty sunroom; new V-groove paneling in the sunroom and kitchen; and millwork on the tray ceiling of the dining room, where a new table from Restoration Hardware surrounded by slipcovered chairs from Ballard anchor the space with contemporary flair. Working closely with the owners on every aspect of the interiors, Rill helped shape the rooms to reflect their personal style by mixing cherished pieces from their previous home with new furnishings and accents that suit the home’s new size. Enhanced light fixtures—such as the pendants from Hudson Goods over the island in the kitchen and the

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the architect talked about adding another floor to accommodate these spaces, Rill strongly encouraged them to expand laterally instead to retain a lower profile, in keeping with the scale and proportion of other homes in the area. With the owners’ consent, he added an extra bedroom and bath on one side of the house, making the overall plan more symmetrical, then moved the garage closer to the street and added a mudroom to the other side of the home. He also opened the kitchen to the former modest living area and adjoining dining room; converted a former screened-in porch into an expansive, light-filled

Clockwise from top left: The airy, open kitchen features custom cabinetry, wide-plank wood floors, and pendant lighting; the brand new lap pool, with outdoor patio and pergola; the home’s inviting exterior with courtyard, window boxes, and trellis.

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delicate lantern from Lumens Light in the dining room—brighten the home with classic modern flavor. Wide-plank wood and ceramic flooring underfoot keeps the home easy to maintain, and fresh coats of Farrow & Ball paint in a diverse palette inject richness and warmth. Now that the renovation is complete and the owners have had a chance to enjoy the home’s expanded and updated form with the entire family, they see the dwelling as an ideal setting for their latest stage in life. “It’s cozy and functional, and we use the whole house,” they say. “It’s the perfect size—we love it.” ❖

DESIGN DETAILS Architecture, Interior Design, Landscape Design: James Rill, Rill Architects, rillarchitects.com Custom Cabinetry, Roof, Shutters: Mercurio Construction, North Palm Beach, 561.346.5147 Pool: Craft Master Custom Pools, West Palm Beach, craftmastercustompools.com

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Adventure

A Sea-to-Plate

JOURNEY WITH LUCKY SHUCK EXECUTIVE CHEF TIM NICKEY AS HE HEADS OUT TO THE ATLANTIC TO REEL IN A FRESH CATCH, THEN BACK TO HIS HOME TO PREPARE A DELICIOUS MEAL FOR HIS FAMILY By Judy Martel | Photography by Benjamin Rusnak

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otoring a 27-foot fishing boat out of the Jupiter Inlet, past stately homes, morning exercisers in the park, and sightseers on the jetty, the boat’s captain, John Share, and Tim Nickey are engrossed in plotting the morning’s strategy, comparing notes on what’s running (kingfish, wahoo, cobia, and mahi-mahi) and where to drop their lines. The two have more than a passing interest in reeling in a big catch: Share is the manager of The Tacklebox, and Nickey is the executive chef at Lucky Shuck Oyster Bar & Taphouse, two of the eateries at the new Charlie & Joe’s at Love Street complex in Jupiter. They are headed out to sea for a little offshore action. On this lovely Wednesday morning, the duo has agreed to spend a rare day off of work

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catching some fresh fish, which Nickey will then turn into a tasty meal at his Palm City home. It’s clear they enjoy any excuse to indulge their love of fishing. Excitement ramps up as the boat plows through 3- to 5-foot Atlantic swells and powers a few miles east, to the edge of the Gulf Stream. “Okay, time to get serious now,” Share says, as he and Nickey bait the lines. For the first hour, the fish aren’t biting. Share points the boat toward shallower water, and everything changes. At about 70 feet, Nickey hooks a 30- to 35-pound kingfish almost as soon as his live bait hits the water. “We must have been right on top of him!” Share shouts, as they synchronize their movements around the boat,

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From top: Nickey reels in a fish; beautiful skies for a day on the water; his first catch of the day, a kingfish he’ll use for a smoked fish dip.

Nickey reeling and Share moving things out of the way to clear a path. The fish swims toward, then away from, then parallel to the boat before Share gaffs it and pulls it aboard. “I’ll make this into smoked fish dip,” decides Nickey without missing a beat. Nickey stows the kingfish in the cooler, but he still wants a mahi-mahi or cobia for the main meal, so the hunt goes on. With heavy rain in the forecast and already visible off the coast, Share and Nickey decide to troll off the back of the boat on the way back to the inlet and hope for the best. Luck is on their side today: They pull in a 22-inch mahi-mahi. Back at the dock, the two ice the kingfish and, with the mahi-mahi in the cooler, Nickey heads home to prepare dinner for his family. After a quick shower, he’s ready to get to work. His wife, Lenia, and sons Christian, 10, and Michael, 8, act as assistants and sous-chefs—Christian, in particular, likes to help, remaining by his father’s side throughout the process clad in a matching apron. Guiding his son’s hands while giving him careful instructions, Nickey lets Christian chop an heirloom tomato. Nickey is making a fattoush salad, using fresh vegetables and herbs he pulls out of a bin from the bonus fridge in the laundry room. “How much olive oil, Dad?” Christian asks, his hands

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Clockwise from below: Locked and loaded; family pup Stella smells something fishy; Nickey fillets his fresh mahi; salad prep.

hovering over the bottle of oil and measuring cup. Squeezing fresh lemons for the dressing attracts both boys to the action. Nickey’s manual citrus squeezer is at the restaurant, and the new one he recently ordered hasn’t been delivered yet, so he uses hinged metal tongs as a makeshift squeezer. Both boys get a set of tongs, place the lemon halves between them, and go about extracting juice into a bowl. Meanwhile, Lenia is busy keeping the family’s new Labrador puppy, Stella, out of the way, pulling plates from various cupboards and cleaning up the occasional pan. An accomplished cook in her own right, especially proficient at Greek recipes handed down through her father’s side of the family, she prefers to let her chef hubby take charge when he’s home. Married for 13 years, the two went to the same high school in Bucks County, Pennsylvania but didn’t start dating until, by coincidence, they both moved to South Florida in 2000. They were introduced by friends and began comparing notes on their shared past. “My mother was his fifth-grade teacher,” says Lenia. “We didn’t figure that out until we got together.” They lived in Miami at first but eventually moved to Martin County so their sons could grow up with plenty of land and a slower pace of life. Nickey began working in the restaurant business as a teenager in Pennsylvania. “I was in high school, and I needed a job,” he says. “I started as a dishwasher at Isaac Newton’s, and six months later I moved to prep cook, then line cook. I met a lot of great people I still keep in touch with today. We had a lot of fun.” A graduate of the prestigious culinary school Johnson & Wales, Nickey says he

learned even more about the trade on the job. Over the years, he perfected his skills at various eateries in South Florida—including Abe & Louie’s, Morton’s The Steakhouse, and Kapow! Noodle Bar—before being recruited for the top job at Lucky Shuck. As Nickey methodically and neatly prepares the night’s meal, he explains his techniques. The salad vegetables and herbs are chopped and ready to mix with the dressing, so he moves on to the mahi-mahi, efficiently cleaning it at the kitchen sink and slicing off fillets. “Tonight, I’m doing a crust of garlic, panko, and Thai basil,” he says. “I’m a big fan of crusting fish because it keeps it moist and preserves the flavor.” To make the panko mixture stick to the fish, he mixes mayonnaise with sambal (a spicy Indonesian chili sauce) and spreads it on the fillets before sprinkling on the panko. Fish is often on the menu at the Nickey residence when Chef is in the kitchen. Both boys are “adventurous eaters,” says Lenia.

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Clockwise from top: Nickey’s sons Christian (left) and Michael help out in the kitchen; chopping veggies; a little radish action; salad ingredients sliced, diced, and ready to go.

“They’ll definitely try everything.” But comfort food is also a big hit with the family. “I make braised short ribs, a pot of chili once in a while, meatloaf, things like that,” says Nickey. Not unlike many families with active lives, meal planning often happens “on the fly,” says Nickey. “I’ll call Lenia and say, ‘What do you want for dinner?’ Then I’ll swing by Publix on my way home.” When things are really hectic, Nickey gets innovative, always managing to pull a rabbit out of the hat. “A lot of nights, it’s like, we know we have chicken thighs, but what will we do with them?” he says. “So I just start going through the refrigerator.” Adds Lenia: “He’ll make things that are delicious, and I won’t understand how because we had nothing in the fridge. He always adds so much flavor and is so creative. I would never think to pair certain things together or add certain sauces, but it always works.” The final test of Nickey’s skill comes when everyone gathers at the large, white wooden kitchen table to sample the goods. The boys have a hard time sitting still and finish quickly, but they are more than happy with the meal. “It’s good, Dad,” says Michael, before bolting off to play with Stella. Lenia agrees: “I love eating like this because it’s light. It’s simple, but so fresh and flavorful.” ❖

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> MAKE THIS MEAL! Get the original recipe for Chef Nickey’s delicious garlic and herb–crusted local mahi-mahi and Middle Eastern fattoush salad at jupitermag.com/garlicherbmahi

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Garden Party Breezy dresses and delicate jewels combine for the perfect spring vibe amid Florida’s beautiful flora Photography by Ian Jacob

Shot by Jupiter Magazine on location at Port St. Lucie Botanical Gardens

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Oliphant dress ($258), Snappy Turtle, Stuart; earrings ($120), string of pearls necklace ($140), Perle by Lola, Hobe Sound; Perle by Lola pearl and leather necklace ($80), Matilda’s, Stuart Opposite page: Ro’s Garden dress ($175), Perle by Lola pearl and leather necklace ($80), Matilda’s, Stuart; earrings ($120), string of pearls necklace ($140), Perle by Lola, Hobe Sound

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L U X U R Y H O M E S GRAND HISTORIC MARION SIMS WYETH ESTATE

120 JUNGLE ROAD Palm Beach, FL

LISTED AT $35,000,000

LAWRENCE A. MOENS ASSOCIATES, INC. “Specializing In Palm Beach’s Finest Residential Properties.”

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A LEADER OF

LUXURY REAL ESTATE JENNIFER HYLAND - PETERS + HYLAND AT ILLUSTRATED PROPERTIES As managing partner of the iconic Peters + Hyland Group, Jennifer Hyland is renowned among colleagues and clients for her integrity, innovation and ability to negotiate complex deals. Most recently, Jennifer was invited into the exclusive CHRISTIES MASTERS CIRCLE - the top 180 agents in their International network.

A true expert in luxury properties, Jennifer’s record sales from Palm Beach to Jupiter Island have earned her a loyal following. She’s worked with celebrities, CEO’s and even a U.S. President. Buying or Selling? Jennifer and her team will work with you every step of the way to ensure your success.

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P AL M BEACH GARDENS

2700 Donald Ross Rd 301 3 Beds 3 Baths 1 Half Bath 3,046 SF Offered at $2,125,000 Not intended to solicit currently listed property. © Compass Florida, LLC. Equal Housing Opportunity. All information furnished regarding property for sale or rent or regarding financing is from sources deemed reliable, but Compass makes no warranty or representation as to the accuracy thereof. All property information is presented subject to errors, omissions, price changes, changed property conditions, and withdrawal of the property from the market, without notice.

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2560 SE Downwinds Rd Offered at $2,795,000

Fly your personal plane straight home to the 3,000 ft community private runway, allowing you to bypass public & or FBO aviation completely! Arrive home to this immaculately finished one story 3 bedroom, 5 bath, pool home perfectly situated on 5 acres of land. Enjoy a peaceful & private lifestyle, all while being just minutes away from local shops & amenities Jupiter has to offer.

Jeremy Browne Founding Principal | Jupiter 561.379.9474 jeremybrowne@compass.com

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Heather Bretzlaff

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Sold | 140 Kings Road | Palm Beach $9,485,000* | Represented Seller

Sold | 154 Atlantic Ave | Palm Beach $7,500,000* | Represented Seller

Sold | 842 Lakeside Drive | North Palm Beach $5,250,000* | Represented Buyer

Sold | 12264 Indian Road | North Palm Beach $4,990,000* | Represented Buyer

Sold | 13241 Oakmeade | Palm Beach Gardens $2,600,000* | Represented Buyer

Sold | 126 Sota Drive | Jupiter $2,150,000 | Represented Seller

Sold | 12920 Brynwood | Palm Beach Gardens $1,645,000*| Represented Buyer and Seller

Sold | 400 US HWY 1, 601 | Penthouse | Jupiter $1,628,000* | Represented Seller

Sold | 7881 Old Marsh Rd | Palm Beach Gardens $1,595,000* | Represented Seller

2021 Ellie Pinnacle Award Winner–Top 2% of Agents Company-Wide** 2020 Ellie Diamond Award Winner–Top 3% of Agents Company-Wide** thebretzlaffgroup.com

2019 Ellie Pinnacle Award Winner–Top 2% of Agents Company-Wide**

CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. 12264 INDIAN ROAD LIST PRICE WAS $4,990,000, SOLD PRICE WAS $4,815,000, 13241 OAKMEADE LIST PRICE WAS $2,600,000, SOLD PRICE WAS $2,500,000., 12920 BRYNWOOD LIST PRICE WAS $1,645,000, SOLD PRICE WAS $1,450,000, 400 US HWY 1, 601 LIST PRICE WAS $1,695,000, SOLD PRICE

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Congratulation to The Bretzlaff Group Awarded Top 10 Team in Florida*

Proven leaders in the luxury real estate industry, The Bretzlaff Group is led by married business partners Craig and Heather Bretzlaff. Specializing in luxury sales, their focus is on residential properties including waterfront estates, exclusive golf and country club communities,new construction/renovation and equestrian. With over $1 billion in career sales, The Bretzlaff Group capitalizes on their unique set of qualifications to set them apart in today’s ever-changing market. Their knowledge spans from over 50 years of combined experience in real estate.

Selling your home? We have motivated Buyers. Looking to buy? Contact us today for more information on how we can help. 2021 Ellie Pinnacle Award Winner–Top 2% of Agents Company-Wide** 2020 Ellie Diamond Award Winner–Top 3% of Agents Company-Wide** 2019 Ellie Pinnacle Award Winner–Top 2% of Agents Company-Wide**

thebretzlaffgroup.com

Craig A. Bretzlaff

Heather Bretzlaff

Executive Director of Luxury Sales

Executive Director of Luxury Sales

M 561.601.7557 craig.bretzlaff@elliman.com

M 561.722.6136 heather.bretzlaff@elliman.com

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LYNN S. BYRD

LUXURY REAL ESTATE PREMIER BROKER

2019 #1 Top Producer|Abacoa Office|Luxury Division|Platinum Producer |Awarded Best of the Best

13595 RHONE CIRCLE | $4,795,000

3161 MONET DRIVE WEST | SPECS & PRICE UPON REQUEST

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W ORK W I T H T H E H AR T MA N DEM ERS TEA M , O PENING U P 2021 WIT H

$5M+ IN PENDING AND CLOSED SALES

EXPERIENCE, PROFESSIONAL SERVICE AND INTEGRITY

• Two Waterfront Townhomes with Dock and Lifts • 3 Bed, 3 Full Bath, 1 Car Garage • 2,000+ Interior Sq. Ft. per Unit

11470 AND 11472 KIDD LANE | PALM BEACH GARDENS | $1,480,000 PER UNIT

PENDING

19670 BEACH ROAD D414 | JUPITER ISLAND | 2 BED | 2.5 BATH + DEN | $935,000

CLOSED

17147 HAYNIE LANE | JUPITER | 3 BED | 2.5 BATH | $735,000

BENJAMIN HARTMAN BROKER ASSOCIATE

REALTOR ASSOCIATE

561.247.2076

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Matthias Fretz Experience the Difference

Rendering

New Listing | 3 Harbor Way | $4,998,000 | A contemporary home with Bermudian influences, coming soon to Jupiter Island. Co-listed with Charles Forcucci, Realtor Associate. Web# RX-10692023

Jupiter | 144 Tierra Lane, 12 | $1,495,000 | Spectacular newer construction luxury townhome ideally situated along the Jupiter Riverwalk, with all high-end finishes throughout. Web# RX-10686344

Juno Beach | 941 Ocean Drive | Available for lease | Live by the beach in this spacious 3 BR, 2.5 BA. Enjoy direct beach access across the street and an expansive primary bedroom. Web# RX-10671978

Just Sold | Palm Beach Gardens | 11716 Tulipa Court | Last list price $5,250,000 | Represented the buyer of this 6 BR, 9.5 BA immaculate estate home located in Old Palm Golf Club. Web# RX-10669145

Douglas Elliman Top Producer with over $200M in residential sales since 2016*

Matthias Fretz

Ranked #6 Douglas Elliman Florida Realtor for Sales Volume in 2020** Specializing in a wide range of properties in Palm Beach and Martin counties

Senior Director of Luxury Sales M 561.676.3824 matthias.fretz@elliman.com

elliman.com

400 SOUTH US HIGHWAY C1, JUPITER, FL 33477. 561.653.6100. © 2021 DOUGLAS ELLIMAN REAL ESTATE. ALL MATERIAL PRESENTED HEREIN IS INTENDED FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. WHILE, THIS INFORMATION IS BELIEVED TO BE CORRECT, IT IS REPRESENTED SUBJECT TO ERRORS, OMISSIONS, CHANGES OR WITHDRAWAL WITHOUT NOTICE. ALL PROPERTY INFORMATION, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO SQUARE FOOTAGE, ROOM COUNT, NUMBER OF BEDROOMS AND THE SCHOOL DISTRICT IN PROPERTY LISTINGS SHOULD BE VERIFIED BY YOUR OWN ATTORNEY, ARCHITECT OR ZONING EXPERT. EQUAL HOUSING OPPORTUNITY. *FLEXMLS 2016-CURRENT. **FLEX MLS 1/1/2020 - 12/31/2020.

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Treat yourself to luxury Virtually and Traditionally Selling Homes

Jack and Jill Team Jack Zaborowski / Jill Perry-Zaborowski

561.660.2352

teamjackandjill@gmail.com

southfloridarealestatehomelistings.com

All material presented herein is intended for informational purposes only. Information is compiled from sources deemed reliable but is subject to errors, omissions, changes in price, condition, sale, or withdrawal without notice. All measurements and square footages are approximate, but not guaranteed and should be independently verified. This is not intended to solicit property already listed. Nothing herein shall be construed as legal, accounting or other professional advice outside the realm of real estate brokerage. Compass is a licensed real estate broker. Equal Housing Opportunity.

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DREAM. BUY. LIVE. SELL. WE KNOW HOW AND WHERE TO LIVE COMPLETION LATE 2021

107 SCHOONER LANE | ADMIRALS COVE $7,200,000

354 RIVER DRIVE | TEQUESTA PRICE UPON REQUEST

Magnificent Waterfront Estate | 7BR + Theatre + Office/7.2BA

New Waterfront Construction | 5BR + Media + Office/5.5BA

COMPLETION LATE 2021

COMPLETION LATE 2021

9 BAMBOO LANE | JUPITER PRICE UPON REQUEST

New Waterfront Construction | 5BR + Media + Office/5.5BA

2019 RADNOR COURT | JUNO ISLES PRICE UPON REQUEST

New Waterfront Construction | 5BR + Theatre/5.5BA

® 561.202.7102 | MIKE@MIKEIVANCEVIC.COM | JUPITERWATERFRONTFL.COM | 1405 N A1A, #103, JUPITER

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Locals Helping Locals IN OUR BACKYARD

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Chasin A Dream Foundation provides individualized, life-changing assistance to local families with children battling cancer, cystic fibrosis, and other life-threatening illnesses. With your support and resources, we can help ease the stress these families are facing. Our foundation starts with LOCALS HELPING LOCALS® and investing in the health of our children. Let’s make a difference together. PLEASE DONATE AT CHASINADREAM.ORG OR CALL 561-315-7005. CHASIN A DREAM FOUNDATION IS 501(C)3 APPROVED 82-2066748

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he arrival of spring evokes thoughts of so many good things—energizing sunshine, bright colors, warmer weather, and blooming flowers, to name a few. There’s nothing like sitting outside on a breezy spring day, sipping a refreshing cocktail and enjoying all of those happy things. To celebrate the season, we asked Katy Galluccio, bar manager at The Parched Pig in Palm Beach Gardens (thecoolpig.com), to create spring cocktails using edible flora. Pictured here is a deliciously cheery cocktail

she calls Butterfly Juice. “Inspired by the classic tiki cocktail the Saturn, I swapped passion fruit for juicy, fresh grapefruit and used dried butterfly pea flowers for subtle, earthy flavor and color,” says Galluccio. “Hendrick’s Summer Solstice gin enhances the floral component of the drink and lends its botanical profile overall to the two-toned cocktail.” Get the full recipe for this and Galluccio’s other creation pictured on this issue’s cover (the Wildflower Spritz) at jupitermag.com/springcocktails. —Michelle Lee Ribeiro A P R I L 2 0 2 1 | JUPITER

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at each. Over the past decade, the popularity of small plates has exploded here in the States as well, and they can now be found everywhere from gastropubs to fine dining establishments. The Mendez family is on a mission to bring authentic Spanish tapas to South Florida. Juan Carlos, along with his brother Benito and his son Carlos James, were partners in Tapeo Restaurant in West Palm Beach before opening Andalucia Tapas Bar & Restaurant in Tequesta last December. “We’re re-creating the traditional flavors of Spain,” says Chef Benito, who hails from Galicia in Spain’s northwest corner. He uses recipes inherited from his mother and has studied specialized regional dishes throughout the country. “We make all of our stocks from scratch, use Calasparra rice from Murcia, and flavor our paella with saffron.” The menu at Andalucia is dotted with favorites such as white anchovies, ham croquettes, sautéed chorizo, and several treatments

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of octopus. Even so, paella stands out as the restaurant’s signature dish and has its roots in Benito’s childhood on a rural farm. “My mother grew all of our produce—we never went shopping,” he says. “People took whatever they had on hand, threw it in a pot with rice, and stirred it frequently with a wooden spoon. We offer three different versions [of paella], which we simmer slowly for 30-35 minutes so the seafood, chicken, or sausage gradually infuses the dish with flavor.” Carlos James, who runs the front of the house, grew up in the restaurant business. “I started working for my father at age 14 as a busboy,” he recalls. “We strive for culinary excellence, but we also want to offer an intimate, family-style experience. When you enter the restaurant, you immediately sense the warmth. We want you to feel like you’re in Spain.” That feeling carries over to the wine list, where guests can order full-bodied reds from Rioja, Ribera del Duero, Toro, or Priorat, and crisp whites from Rueda and Rías Baixas. Sangria is available by the glass or pitcher, and craft cocktails include the Andalucia (Oxley gin, Campari, honey syrup, pineapple and lime juice) and the Spanish Spritz (Grey Goose vodka, agave, pineapple and lemon juice, muddled kiwi, and basil). “Spanish tapas have had an influence on global cuisine,” says Carlos James. “Many of our customers have heard about them but have never had a chance to try them. We want to bring something to the community that no one else has.” 187 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta; andaluciatapasbar.com; 561.406.6509

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Chef Matthew Byrne opened Kitchen in West Palm Beach in 2013, followed by a second location in Palm Beach Gardens this past January. Here, he shares how to make one of his favorite dishes, chicken schnitzel and arugula salad with lemon-balsamic dressing. kitchenpb.com (Serves 4) INGREDIENTS: 4 8-oz. chicken breasts 3 lemons 1 cup flour ½ cup grated Parmesan cheese 3 eggs ½ cup water

4 cups panko bread crumbs Salt and pepper 4 jumbo eggs 2 tbsp. clarified butter 2 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil

PREPARATION: Place chicken breasts between two sheets of plastic wrap and pound until evenly thin. Season well with salt and pepper. Zest two lemons and set aside; save juice for dressing. In a mixing bowl, mix flour and grated cheese. In another bowl, mix three eggs and water. In a third bowl, mix bread crumbs and lemon zest. Dredge chicken first in flour-cheese mix, then in egg mix to coat, then dredge in bread crumb mixture. Set aside in refrigerator. When ready to cook: Fry four jumbo eggs sunny-side up. Set aside and keep warm. Over medium heat, pan-fry the schnitzel in clarified butter and extra virgin olive oil. Cook about three minutes on the first side, until golden brown. Turn and finish cooking for an additional two or three minutes, until golden brown. DRESSING AND SALAD INGREDIENTS: Lemon juice Salt and pepper 1 cup balsamic vinegar 1 lb. mushrooms 1 ½ cups extra virgin olive oil 8 radishes 2 cloves garlic 1 medium sweet onion 1 oz. sriracha 1 lb. baby arugula PREPARATION: Slice mushrooms, radishes (thin, using a mandolin) and onion (thin). Toss all ingredients in a large bowl. In a blender, combine remaining ingredients and blend until smooth and creamy to make lemon-balsamic dressing. Drizzle over salad.

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1000 NORTH The Jupiter Lighthouse serves as the backdrop for chef Jason Van Bomel’s global takes on classic dishes. Elegant environs and more than 40 rare wines by the glass complete the picture. 1000 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; 1000north.com; 561.570.1000 BEACON Love Street’s upscale eatery offering coastal cuisine with a Mediterranean flair. 1107 Lighthouse Promenade, Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com; 561.532.3280 BLUEFIRE GRILLE Located at Palm Beach Gardens Marriott, this American restaurant features Florida-inspired fare and beautiful views of nature. 4000 RCA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; marriott.com; 561.622.8888 FARMER’S TABLE A community restaurant offering a variety of dishes for all types of diners. Enjoy brunch, happy hour, and dinner with outstanding beverages, including garden-to-glass cocktails and elixirs. 951 N. U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach, dinefarmerstable.com; 561.691.3430 KIRBY’S SPORTS GRILLE This 16-year-old establishment in Juno beach offers award-winning crab cakes and a famous happy hour. 841 Donald Ross Road, Juno Beach; kirbysonline.com; 561.627.8000 KITCHEN A contemporary American Brasserie brought to town by chef Matthew Byrne and wife Aliza. This sister concept to their West Palm Beach outpost features elevated twists on classic dishes. 5250 Donald Ross Road Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; kitchenpb.com; 561. 328.8825 SALUTE MARKET Enjoy delicious pours of reasonably priced wines paired with a fusion of flavors in the form of goat cheese-stuffed dates to midnight turkey pesto sandwiches to braised short rib. 5530 PGA Blvd. Suite 101, Palm Beach Gardens; salute2u.com; 561.425.5651 THE MALTED BARLEY Along with wine, beer, and craft sodas, grab some bar-food favorites like pretzels with fresh dough made daily or sandwiches on pretzel buns. 14121 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; the maltedbarley.com; 561.264.6258 THE PARCHED PIG The watering hole counterpart to Coolinary Cafe is a mixology, craft beer, and wine haven. Bites like oysters, tacos, and charcuterie and cheese will whet your appetite. 4580 Donald Ross Road Suite 100, Palm Beach Gardens; thecoolpig.com; 561.360.3063 TOPSIDE AT THE BEACON This rooftop bar offers stunning views of the lighthouse and inlet. The small plates menu features Basque-inspired bites and an extensive wine and beer list. 1107 Lighthouse Promenade, Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com; 561.532.3270 YARD HOUSE Known for its unique and plentiful tap options, Yard House offers an electric atmosphere and an array of hearty American entrées. 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave. Suite 4016, Palm Beach Gardens; yardhouse.com; 561.691.6901

ASIAN HOKKAIDO HIBACHI & SUSHI Enjoy dinner and a show at the hibachi grill and savor fresh fish from Japan at the sushi bar. 1200 Town Center Drive Suite 125, Jupiter; hokkaidohibachi.com; 561.799.7999 HONG KONG WOK N GRILL This Chinese restaurant puts a modern twist on classic dishes ready for dining in or taking out. 185 E. Indiantown Road Suite 217, Jupiter; hongkongwokngrillfl.com; 561.746.6798 NITROGEN BAR, GRILL, AND SUSHI Impeccable sushi rolls, innovative hot dishes, and one of the area’s best burgers. 6779 W. Indiantown Road Suite 18, Jupiter; nitrogenbrasserie.com; 561.972.2944

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

ANTHONY’S COAL FIRED PIZZA Known for quality pizza and Italian soul food, Anthony’s also impresses with popular favorites like meatballs with ricotta and margherita pizza. 2680 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; acfp.com; 561.804.7777 CARMINES COAL FIRED PIZZA Committed to delivering a true Italian experience a la Florence or Milan, this casual restaurant cooks its pizzas in a 900-degree coal-fired oven, producing a perfectly crispy crust. Dine in the eclectic indoor atmosphere or alfresco under the palm trees. 4575 Military Trail Suite 101, Jupiter; carminescfp.com; 561.340.3930 GIOVANNI’S Experience old-world Italian fare in a quaint bistro setting. Find your favorite pasta entrée from more than two dozen different options, or opt for a chicken or fish-based dish. 3900 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; giovannisristorante.net; 561.799.7998 GIUSEPPE’S ITALIAN RESTAURANT This simple but elegant family-run restaurant and bar serves traditional Italian dishes. 6390 W. Indiantown Road, Jupiter; giuseppesjupiter.com; 561.743.2330 LA FONTANA PIZZERIA & RISTORANTE Along with plenty of pizzas, La Fontana serves Italian and Mediterranean dishes like ziti, marsala, and goulash. 11360 U.S. Hwy. 1, Palm Beach Gardens; palmbeachpizza.net; 561.408.3295

FRENCH PARIS IN TOWN This casual outpost offers pastries, crepes, and more in an authentic French setting. 11460 U.S. Hwy 1, North Palm Beach; parisintown.com; 561.626.6017 THE PARISIAN RESTAURANT & WINE BAR Exclusive French wines and updated classics like coq au vin served in a relaxing ambience. The elegant desserts are worth saving room for. 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D9, Jupiter; theparisianrestaurant.com; 561.360.2224

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

LA MASSERIA Inspired by Puglia’s ancient farmhouses, La Masseria brings a taste of Italy from its original location in the heart of Manhattan to sunny South Florida. 5520 PGA Blvd. Suite 104, Palm Beach Gardens; lamasseriapbg.com; 561.660.8272 LYNORA’S A true family affair, Lynora’s excels at modernizing classic Italian dishes. 1548 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; lynoras.com; 561.203.2702 NICK & JOHNNY’S OSTERIA Enjoy classic Italian dishes and specialty pizzas, along with seafood options such as cod, salmon, and shrimp, which can be added to any salad. 14133 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; nickandjohnnysosteria.com; 561.318.5466 NONNA MARIA This high-concept Italian restaurant features dishes with a French twist. The interiors are simple, allowing the meal to take center stage. Dinner service includes three-course prix-fixe meals, twocourse dines, and a la carte options. 529 Northlake Blvd., North Palm Beach; nonnamarianpb.com; 561.863.6584 PROSECCO CAFÉ Prosecco Café delivers contemporary sustainable cuisine with Mediterranean and Asian accents. Dive into fresh baked goods, salads, sandwiches and flatbreads, tapas, creamy gelato, and a wide selection of coffee, Prosecco, wine, and beer. 4580 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; proseccocafe.com; 561.622.3222

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Flavor SCUSI TRATTORIA Enjoy Southern Italian cuisine, including elevated traditional dishes, pasta, pizza, and small plates executed by Chef Laurent Tourondel. 4520 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; scusirestaurants.com; 561.429.6938 UNCLE EDDIE’S RISTORANTE A native New Yorker and restaurateur, owner Eddie Lubic’s passion for authentic Italian cuisine has been passed down through generations. Savor dishes in a comfortable atmosphere. 4050 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite 307, Jupiter; uncleeddiesristorante.com; 561.508.7799

Breakfast assortment at Prosecco Café

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

MEXICAN BLUE WATER TACO CO. This local eatery features inspirations from Baja, the Caribbean, and The Palm Beaches. 2525 Military Trail, Jupiter; bluewatertaco.com; 561.277.9954 DUKE’S TACOS AND MARGS The team behind Brick & Barrel brings this casual taco and margarita concept to downtown Abacoa. Thomas Op’t Holt helms the kitchen with creative riffs on Floribbean street tacos along with creative margaritas. 1155 Main St. Ste. 120, Jupiter; dukestacos.com; 561.619.5177 EL FOGONCITO Immerse yourself in the Mexican culture with not only authentic Mexican fare, but also traditional clothing, furniture, and cookery. 711 W. Indiantown Road, Jupiter; elfogoncitorestaurant.com; 561.250.6295 SABOR LATINO RESTAURANT Dine in a relaxed environment while noshing on Latin American fare. Dishes are inspired by food from Mexico, Guatemala, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Spain, Peru, and Argentina. 4391 Northlake Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; saborlatinorestaurants.com; 561.202.6948 SURF TACO Good vibes accompany good food. Besides the expected chicken and beef options, add cod, mahi, or salmon to your tacos, burritos, wraps, or bowls and enjoy the laid-back atmosphere at this

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coastal-inspired Mexican restaurant. 4050 U.S. Hwy. 1, Jupiter; surftaco.com; 561.508.7679 TACO CHULA Try a range of informal Mexican dishes in the colorful indoor dining area or outside on the patio. Customize your tacos and burritos, from the filling to the toppings. 10800 N. Military Trail Suite 108, Palm Beach Gardens; tacochula.com; 561.530.7755

SEAFOOD CAPTAIN CHARLIE’S REEF GRILL Sip cocktails and wine at the bar or enjoy tasty seafood dishes like tacos, sandwiches, or salads at this casual locals’ hangout. 12846 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; captaincharliesreefgrillfl.com; 561.624.9924 FIREFIN GRILL Located on the marina in the Harbour Financial Center, FireFin features award-winning sushi, fine-aged steaks, and craft cocktails. 2401 PGA Blvd. Suite 160, Palm Beach Gardens; firefingrill.com; 561.472.7900 GUANABANAS Opened by Jupiter surfers as a sandwich shop in 2004, Guanabanas has become an institution in northern Palm Beach County for its lush, tropical setting, Caribbean cuisine, cocktails, and live music. 960 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; guanabanas.com; 561.747.8878 HOG SNAPPERS With its fusion of Latin, Caribbean, and Eastern Pacific flavors, the menu is as diverse as it is delicious at this casual, beachy eatery. 279 U.S. Hwy. 1, Tequesta; hogsnappers.com; 561.401.9309 JETTY’S WATERFRONT RESTAURANT The stunning views overlooking the Jupiter Lighthouse paired with fresh seafood make Jetty’s a winner. 1075 N. Hwy. A1A, Jupiter; jettysjupiter.com; 561.743.8166 JUMBY BAY ISLAND GRILL In the heart of downtown Abacoa, Jumby’s is known for tropical-inspired dishes (like Cruz Bay penne pasta), generous cocktails, a dog-friendly

patio, and its relaxed beach house feel. 1203 Town Center Drive Suite 101, Jupiter; jumbybayislandgrill.com; 561.630.2030 JUNO BEACH FISH HOUSE Seafood and fresh catches get a Florida and Caribbean twist at this mosaic-filled spot with indoor and outdoor seating. 13980 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; junobeachfishhouse.com; 561.626.2636 LITTLE MOIR’S FOOD SHACK Come to this casual locals’ favorite and enjoy some of the freshest and most creatively prepared seafood in the area. Head next door to Maxi’s Lineup after for live music and beer. 103 U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite D3, Jupiter; littlemoirsjupiter.com; 561.741.3626 LUCKY SHUCK OYSTER BAR & TAPHOUSE Enjoy Gulf Coast cuisine, with a raw oyster bar and fresh fish and shellfish, as well as Southern-inspired specialties such as crawfish jumbo. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com; 561.532.3331 SQUARE GROUPER This local landmark is a little piece of paradise with wide views of the Jupiter Inlet and its famous lighthouse. Relish drinks and casual fare while watching top local acts hit the stage and boats sail by. 1111 Love St., Jupiter; squaregrouper.net; 561.406.6417 THE TACKLEBOX This spot features a variety of seafood like spicy lobster and shrimp rolls and tuna poke bowls and are ideal for take-out lunch best enjoyed at one of the outside seating areas. 1116 Love St., Jupiter; lovestreetjupiter.com; 561.532.3332 THE TWISTED TUNA A sister restaurant to the one based in Port Salerno, this restaurant is home to delectable sushi rolls, seafood dishes, and a raw bar, in addition to an array of Italian favorites. A bottomless Bloody Mary brunch is available on Sundays. 353-R S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Jupiter; thetwistedtuna.com; 561.406.2188 THIRSTY TURTLE SEAGRILL Enjoy fresh fish, bar eats, and brews at this busy watering hole while watching the big game. 13981 U.S. Hwy. 1, Juno Beach; thirstyturtlefl.com; 561.627.8991

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PORTOFINO BISTRO MEDITERRANEO A mix of Italian and Spanish, Portofino’s blends favorites from both cuisines like calamari alla griglia (grilled calamari with sherry pepper vinaigrette) and gambas al ajillo (garlic shrimp). 891 Donald Ross Road, Juno Beach; portofinobistromediterraneo.com; 561.355.5936

the top two percent of all prime beef and ocean-fresh seafood along with local favorites. 4645 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; 3forks.com; 561.630.3660 IRONWOOD STEAK & SEAFOOD As the culinary centerpiece of the PGA National Resort & Spa, this restaurant is best described as a steak house with flair. 400 Avenue of the Champions, Palm Beach Gardens; pgaresort.com/restaurants/ ironwood-steak-and-seafood; 561.627.4852 LONGHORN STEAKHOUSE Classic cuts of steak in a casual, ranch-style restaurant located in Alton Town Center. 5230 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens; longhornsteakhouse.com; 561.776.996 RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE Ruth’s Chris is a classic American dining experience, offering large portions of high-quality ingredients and specialty dishes that echo the restaurant’s New Orleans roots. 661 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach; ruthschris.com; 561.863.0660 THE CAPITAL GRILLE This upscale chain offers classic steak house fare, complemented by a remarkably well-trained staff and a stellar wine portfolio. 11365 Legacy Ave., Palm Beach Gardens; thecapitalgrille.com; 561.630.4994

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WAXIN’S Stop in this new industrial-chic, Swedish-American restaurant and dine in one of the five unique seating

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

SPANISH ANDALUCIA TAPAS BAR This Spanish tapas concept is located in the heart of Tequesta, offering traditional croquetas, cured meats, seafood and meat entrees, and paellas. Live Latin music and flamenco shows set the scene. 5187 Tequesta Drive, Tequesta; andaluciatapasbar.com; 561.406.6509

areas. Pair your fine dining with wine in the chef’s room or get cozy in the casual living room with dropin seating and televisions. 5300 Donald Ross Road, Palm Beach Gardens; waxins.com; 561.459.5435

VEGETARIAN/VEGAN/HEALTHY BERRY FRESH CAFÉ A locals’ favorite, this simple eatery is open for breakfast and lunch. The menu features tasty dishes like Acapulco toast (multigrain toast topped with avocado mash) and gluten-free honey pancakes. 3755 Military Trail, Jupiter; berryfresh.cafe; 561.401.5693 CHRISTOPHER’S KITCHEN More than just a vegan restaurant, Christopher’s is a gathering place where health-conscious eaters can experience Chef Albert Crifaci Molla’s unrelenting passion for the finest living foods in a warm and friendly setting. 4783 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens; christopherskitchenfl.com; 561.318.6191 NATURE’S WAY JUPITER Located at Jupiter Square, this quaint café offers an assortment of sandwiches and wraps, fresh salads, smoothies, and juices. 103 S. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite A-2, Jupiter; natureswayjupiter.com ;561.743.0401 ROCK STEADY JUICE JOINT Enjoy menu items that are free of GMO’s, pesticides, or any other detrimental chemicals. Try the organic acai or pitaya bowls, smoothie bowls, and coldpressed juices. 201 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Suite C-5B, Jupiter; rocksteadyjuicejoint.com; 561.406.6242 ❖

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