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Contents April 2018

features

62 / Horse Power

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A professional polo player and an ace race car driver reflect upon a life well wed BY KRISTEN DESMOND LEFEVRE

68 / Head Over Heels

Fall in love with glamorous spring garb PHOTOGRAPHY BY NICK MELE

Tomato and eggplant focaccia pizza at Brick & Barrel, a nominee for Best New Restaurant

76 / Top Tables

The results of PBI and CBS12’s inaugural dining awards

84 / The Spice Route

Four local chefs get creative with their favorite spices PHOTOGRAPHY BY LIBBY VOLGYES

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Contents / April 2018

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ASHLEY MEYER

18 / Party Pics

Suzanne Somers headlines the Old Bags Luncheon, young friends of the Preservation Foundation host a fête in Pan’s Garden, and more

35 / Insider

Earth Day events across the county, news from the local literary scene, and more hot happenings around Palm Beach

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41 / Style

Floral footwear and pleasing pastels

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46 / Shop Local

Nothing says spring quite like gingham

48 / Vanity

Beauty products that harness the antiaging power of green tea

53 / Escape

Indulge in the ultimate Swiss vacation in Lausanne

BY LINDSAY LAMBERT DAY

58 / Jet Set

Palm Beacher Kathryn Vecellio offers insight into Monte Carlo

60 / High Road

Silence is golden in the new RollsRoyce Phantom VIII BY HOWARD WALKER

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148 93 / Physician Profiles

A guide to the area’s best doctors across a variety of specialties

131 / Taste

A stellar starting lineup puts 1000 North on the map, Salut Market reinvents the wine-purchasing experience, our editors select their picks for the Palm Beaches’ best pizzas, plus bites from the local dining scene

142 / Pour

ARGONAUT ARCHITECTURAL PHOTOGRAPHY

A new nonalcoholic spirit lends reinvigorated creativity to global mocktail trends

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145 / Home

A living room with modern flair and expert tips for remodeling powder rooms for maximum appeal

148 / Elements

Innovative ways to decorate with tile

173 / Balance

True Food Kitchen puts the super in superfoods, dietary swaps to fight inflammation, sunless tanners made easy, and more tips for healthy living

179 / Agenda

What to see and do this month

187 / Seen

Hot parties, beautiful people

192 / Last Look

Janet Pleasants of Graff Diamonds unveils her current must-haves and dream destinations

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I L L U S T R A T E D Publisher Terry Duffy Editor in Chief Daphne Nikolopoulos Creative Director Olga M. Gustine Managing Editor Mary Murray Senior Editor Liz Petoniak Wine & Spirits Editor Mark Spivak Automotive Editor Howard Walker Travel Editor Paul Rubio Fashion Editor at Large Katherine Lande ART Art Directors Airielle Farley, Jenny Fernandez-Prieto, Ashley Meyer Digital Imaging Specialist Leonor Alvarez-Maza CONTRIBUTING WRITERS AND EDITORS Lindsay Lambert Day, Kristen Desmond LeFevre, Judy Martel, Michele Meyer, Sharon Robb, Kerry Shorr, Liza Grant Smith, Mary Yuhas CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS Nick Mele, Robert Nelson, Jerry Rabinowitz, Libby Volgyes SOCIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS Tracey Benson, Janis Bucher, CAPEHART, Davidoff Studios, Jacek Gancarz, Corby Kaye’s Studio Palm Beach, LILA Photo, Paulette Martin and Amy Meister ADVERTISING Senior Account Manager Deidre Wade, 561-472-1902, dwade@palmbeachmedia.com National Account Manager Michelle Farina, 561-472-1906, mfarina@palmbeachmedia.com Account Managers Melissa Zolin Schwartz, 561-472-1922, mschwartz@palmbeachmedia.com; Dina Turner, 561-472-2201, dturner@palmbeachmedia.com Sales and Marketing Integration Manager Shalyn Ormsby, 239-298-7512, sormsby@palmbeachmedia.com PRODUCTION Production Manager Selene M. Ceballo Advertising Design Coordinator Jeffrey Rey Digital Production Coordinator Dallas Holland OPERATIONS Chief Operating Officer Todd Schmidt Process Integration Manager Sue Martel Circulation/Subscriptions Administrator Marjorie Leiva Distribution Manager Judy Heflin IT Technician Josh Copcutt Accounts Receivable Specialist Lourdes Linares CUSTOM PUBLISHING Editor and Director, Custom Content Michelle Lee Ribeiro Editor, Naples Custom Content Carla Evans

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Sometimes, the best ideas come out of brainstorming about something else entirely. Such was the case when we conceived our inaugural reader-guided Dining Awards. During a collaborative project session with our broadcast partner, CBS12, publisher Terry Duffy and I batted ideas around with station general manager Mike Pumo and executive news director Adam Henning. The conversation initially focused on shopping and, as great exchanges often do, somehow came around to food, particularly all the fabulous new restaurants popping up in the Palm Beaches. One idea begot another, and before we knew it, we had hatched the inaugural PBI-CBS12 Dining Awards—all in about 10 minutes. Of course, the cross-platform execution took several weeks and a whole lot of research and digital acrobatics, but it was all worth it. An editorial showcase combining PBI’s deep lifestyle expertise and CBS12’s experience in up-to-theminute news coverage, the Dining Awards provide an intriguing glimpse at our area’s prolific dining scene. Turn to “Top Tables” on page 76, and tune in to CBS12 for more winners, including the coveted title of Best New Restaurant. This month, we’re also proud to present our cover story on Ashley and Kurt Busch, Wellington’s newest power couple. Ashley, one of few female pro polo players and a model who serves as a face of the sport, met her match in Kurt, a much-decorated NASCAR racer. Both highly competitive and at the top of their respective games, they find perspective and a sense of calm in their bond, which pushes their achievements even higher. Read about their successes, both as individuals and as a couple, and aspirations in “Horse Power” on page 62. This story, and a few other teases throughout the issue, is particularly timely in light of the U.S. Open Polo Championship tournament, which will be fielded April 4-22 at the International Polo Club Palm Beach. This action-packed event promises to end the season with a bang. I’m ready for it—aren’t you?

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Lady Bird Johnson once said, “Where flowers bloom so does hope.” This month, Palm Beach County residents can foster a new hope for a healthy, sustainable planet at numerous environmental events and Earth Day celebrations. On April 7, join the Historical Society of Palm Beach County (hspbc.org) for the inaugural Everglades Day. A series of free lectures and exhibitions will explore the history, preservation, and value of this extraordinary ecosystem. The following weekend, head north for the fourth annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival, taking place April 14 at the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum (jupiterlighthouse.org). Held in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of the Wild & Scenic Rivers Act, the evening will feature live music and short films that reveal today’s environmental challenges and the activism being done to prevent future damage. Loggerhead Marinelife Center (marinelife.org) in Juno Beach will also observe the holiday on April 14 with a beach cleanup scheduled in the morning and turtle yard tours happening all day long. On Earth Day Eve—i.e. April 21—Daggerwing Nature Center at Boca Raton’s Burt Aaronson South County Regional Park (pbcparks.com) will host an Earth Day Celebration from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Guests at this free gathering can take part in animal encounters and releases as well as interactive demonstrations. Finally, on April 22, ring in Earth Day at Palm Beach Zoo’s Party for the Planet (palmbeachzoo.org). Beginning at 11 a.m., visitors will be treated to family-friendly activities that highlight ecological wonders and fascinating wildlife. Environmental enthusiasts should also swing by Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens (ansg.org) for a free community forum that will bring together art, science, and the natural world. Five county nonprofits will participate in a panel discussion and also present individual learning stations to illustrate the steps they’re taking to raise awareness about preservation. —Mary Murray

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With a little motherly help, Charles Todd has forged a successful career as a mystery writer

Charles Todd and his mother, Caroline Todd, have penned more than 30 books.

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f you’ve seen Charles Todd around Palm Beach but can’t quite place his face, that suits the award-winning author just fine. “Most people can’t remember the photo on the back of a book,” says Todd, who resides in North Palm Beach. “I enjoy my anonymity.” But Todd isn’t the only one on those back covers; he happily splits that space with his mother, Caroline Todd, of Greenville, Delaware. Since 1994, the mother-and-son writing team has coauthored 32 historical mysteries (primarily set in post-WWI England) and more than 20 short stories. The pair has always shared a love of history and mystery (Todd fondly recalls his mother reading Sherlock Holmes adventures to him as a child), and it was Caroline who suggested they collaborate and put these passions to pen and paper. Writing is a second career for both, although Todd cites a familial storytelling tradition to include summer days spent on screened porches listening to his grandfather reminisce and tell tales. Polished manners and a touch of an accent hint at Todd’s early Southern roots but don’t convey his past life as a business consultant and

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operations analyst. He applies this background and knack for logistics to his working relationship with Caroline, whom he affectionately calls the brains behind the books. “I’m glad we didn’t [write together] until I had gone to college, had a successful career, and had lived on my own for quite some time,” Todd explains. “I’ve developed a professional respect and [have seen] a side of my mother I would never have seen had we not gone through this process.” A number of their stories revolve around two characters: Bess Crawford, a WWI battlefield nurse, and Scotland Yard detective Ian Rutledge. Their latest title, The Gate Keeper (William Morrow, $27), came out in February and follows Rutledge on a quest to uncover the truth behind a puzzling roadside death. The Gate Keeper is the twentieth release in this New York Times– best-selling series. As with all of their books, Todd and his mother worked separately throughout the process. “Even when we’re in the same place, we don’t work in the same room,” he says. “We [each] write a chapter and send it back and forth until we’re both satisfied.” When Todd isn’t writing or traveling to England to research his next project, he and lady friend Dianna Collier spend time on Palm Beach. They attend services at the Episcopal Church of Bethesda-by-the-Sea and frequent island hot spots like Ta-boo and The Chesterfield. Todd is also a member of The Society of the Four Arts and the Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach, organizations that speak to his interests in literature and history. And, together with Collier, Todd is pursuing yet another pastime: antiquing. “[We’ve] spent a lot of time antiquing on the island to furnish our new home and lighten my wallet,” he muses. (charlestodd.com) —Mary Thurman Yuhas

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The Palm Beach Book Festival returns this month, with author panels scheduled for April 14 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach. Before heading to the event, augment your library with titles from some of the participating writers. (561-429-4008, palmbeachbookfestival.com) —M.M. Kirstin Chen: A Singapore native, Chen now calls San Francisco home. Gretchen, the main character in Soy Sauce for Beginners, pursues a reverse trajectory, leaving a bad marriage in San Fran to return to her family in Singapore.

Joseph Finder: Dubbed “a master of the modern thriller” by The Boston Globe, Finder has penned many bestselling crime books. His newest work, The Switch, dissects the tangled web one man weaves after accidentally picking up the laptop of a law-breaking senator.

W. Bruce Cameron: Dog lovers will adore the work of W. Bruce Cameron. Told from a pup’s point of view, A Dog’s Purpose spent more than a year on The New York Times best-seller list and was turned into a film in 2017.

DIEGO CAPPELLA

Mira T. Lee: Lee’s debut novel, Everything Here is Beautiful, was met with rave reviews. It chronicles the relationship between two sisters, one of whom suffers from a debilitating mental illness.

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Kwame Alexander: Specializing in children’s literature, Alexander uses hip-hop-inspired poetry to tell the story of basketball-obsessed twins in his 2014 Newbery Award–winning release, The Crossover. His follow-up, Rebound, comes out this month.

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Walk the Four Arts sculpture garden Take a stroll down Worth Avenue Take a selfie at the clock tower Watch the sun rise over the Atlantic Ocean Bike the Lake Trail Commune with history at the Flagler Museum Gallery hop at the Norton Museum and the Boca Raton Museum of Art Attend a polo match in Wellington Raise a glass at the RH West Palm rooftop restaurant Relax at the Eau Spa Check out the Canvas murals in West Palm and Lake Worth Bar hop on Atlantic Avenue

Dan Rather: This last author needs no introduction. A lauded journalist and news anchor whose career spans more than a half century, Rather released What Unites Us: Reflections on Patriotism in November 2017, almost a year to the date of the election of Donald Trump.

Find Zen at the Morikami Kayak the Loxahatchee River See a show at the Kravis Center Cheer on the Owls at Florida Atlantic University Savor a sundae at Serendipity at the Boca Resort Tour the Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum

MALLET TO MALLET Thundering hooves signal the start of the U.S. Open Polo Championship at the International Polo Club Palm Beach. The 114th edition of the top tournament of the American polo season kicks off April 4 and plays through April 22. A team sponsored by Daily Racing Form will join prior winners Valiente, Audi, and others. An authority on equestrian racing since 1894, Daily Racing Form makes the leap over the rails and onto the polo pitch for the first time. Two-time U.S. Open Polo Championship winner Hilario Ulloa captains the team of rising polo talent that includes Jared Zenni, Mariano Obregon, and Augustin Obregon. Meanwhile, powerhouse Valiente fields a team with the No. 1 and 2 players in the world, Adolfo Cambiaso and Facundo Pieres. (561-282-5334, ipc.coth.com) —Terry Duffy

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Sal Tiano, Louise Armour and John Smyth collectively have more than 85 years of wealth management experience in the industry, predominantly at the same firm. That speaks volumes to their commitment to clients, to each other and to their firm, J.P. Morgan Securities. Together, they have assembled a team of specialists that offers what Tiano calls, “structural alpha”: adding value with thoughtful advice and experience in every aspect of the client’s financial life. “As our own experience at one firm attests, we offer stability and success over the long term,” says Tiano. “We have the capability to handle almost anything a client may need – borrowing, banking, sophisticated money management and estate planning.” Over time, their practice has grown – largely through client referrals and deepening relationships with the next generation. They now oversee nearly $3.3 billion in individual- and family-owned assets. “We form relationships with families, and they tend to stay with us over the long term. Stability and loyalty are hallmarks of our practice.” COMING TOGETHER: CARING ABOUT CLIENTS IN THE SAME WAY As highly successful Financial Advisors, Tiano and Armour were aware of one another and were long-time colleagues. Then they had a chance to experience how each worked first-hand. Tiano serves on the board of a regional theatre group. “Louise was among the candidates who responded to our search for someone to manage the endowment. I saw her exceptional standard of detail and follow-through as well as investment acumen. I thought to myself, ‘She cares about her clients the way I care about mine.’” “I was a lone wolf for nearly 34 years,” says Armour. “So you can imagine the fortitude it took to go it alone in a largely male-dominated industry. I wasn’t looking to partner with anyone, but I was so impressed with Sal’s integrity, professionalism and the great respect he had for his

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A visit to Lausanne promises the best of Swiss culture and scenery By Lindsay Lambert Day

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Discover Lake Geneva and its surrounding cities by boat, or explore Lausanne on foot by strolling down charming streets like Rue de Bourg. And no visit to Lausanne is complete without a stop at the Olympic Museum.

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towering mountains and turquoise lakes? Switzerland has that in spades. An über-efficient nationwide rail system that zips travelers from one corner to another in superior silence and comfort? It’s commuter transportation like no other. An enduring commitment to quality and craftsmanship? It can be felt and seen almost anywhere. A standard of service the rest of the world aspires to offer? You better believe it. Perhaps no place in Switzerland embodies the notion of Swissness more than Lausanne, a French-speaking city of fewer than 140,000 on the shores of Lake Geneva. Lausanne is best known as Olympic land. It’s the home of the International Olympic Committee’s headquarters as well as the Olympic Museum and Olympic Park (olympic.org), an interactive hilltop campus that overlooks Lake Geneva and the Jura Mountains. A self-guided tour takes visitors through decades of history, with memorabilia ranging from promotional posters to athletes’ uniforms and sporting equipment—a surprisingly thrilling sight, even for the least sports-minded of guests. Peruse miniature models of Olympic stadiums and shed a tear while watching a montage of moments from Opening Ceremonies past. When it’s time for a snack break, the playful, sports-themed menu at the museum’s colorful TOM café serves light fare and heartier options such as beef tartare and cheeseburgers—all without a winding THE OLYMPIC MUSEUM © CIO - LYDIE NESVADBA

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Spend enough time in Switzerland and you’ll inevitably hear the word “Swissness.” It’s a term the Swiss proudly use to describe that certain something that makes their country arguably one of the most desirable travel destinations in the world. But ask them what the term means exactly, and you’ll likely be answered with a long pause. It’s almost impossible to boil down the country’s most appealing characteristics into a few words. Stunning scenery marked by

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Beau-Rivage Palace is one of Lausanne’s most lauded hotels. It houses a restaurant by chef Anne-Sophie Pic as well as a posh spa and recently renovated suites. During the spring and summer, guests can lounge at the pool; an interior one is open in the colder months.

buffet line. The best reason to dine there is the café’s alfresco terrace, which has one of the best lake views in all of Lausanne. For a true taste of how Swissness translates to the plate, no culinary experience outshines Anne-Sophie Pic (anne-sophie-pic.com), the two-Michelin-star flagship restaurant inside the city’s grande dame Beau-Rivage Palace hotel (brp.ch). Herself a three-Michelin-star chef with a signature eatery in Valence, France, Pic appointed Kevin Gatin to oversee her Lausanne location, where dishes center around local, seasonal ingredients that evoke memories of “family, love, and nature.” And with marine ingredients like scallops and lobster sourced from Normandy and Brittany, respectively, Pic’s native France is never far from mind. Come springtime, the restaurant’s patio turns into seating space, allowing brisk lake breezes to complement Pic’s nostalgic cuisine. Arguably the most fitting ending to a meal at Anne-Sophie Pic is an overnight (or two) at the Beau-Rivage Palace, which opened

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The Beau-Rivage Palace is so well located—nestled along Lake Geneva and just a short walk from the city’s OuchyChaplin’s World comOlympique metro stop—that it prises the actor’s former home and a makes a perfect base for naviHollywood-style studio. gating Lausanne’s surrounds. Stroll across the street to the of Lake Geneva to play off the interiors. The Lausanne-Ouchy passenger ferry terminal effect is almost as soft as the fluffy bathrobes to board a boat bound for the picturesque that await your arrival—an amenity not to be French towns of Evian and Thonon-lesoverlooked, whether lounging in a lake-view Bains just across the lake. (Think: crêperies, suite or getting pampered in the hotel’s lavish coffee shops, gardens, spas, and plenty of Cinq Mondes spa. historic architecture.)

For adventures farther afield, ride Lausanne’s delightfully dependable metro to the city’s main Lausanne Gare station, from where the country’s national railway dispatches passengers to cities and towns throughout Switzerland. Explorations within easy reach include Geneva (a 35-minute ride west), Vevey (15 minutes to the east), and Montreux (18 to 27 minutes, depending on when you commute). While in Vevey, visit the Chaplin’s World museum (chaplinsworld.com), dedicated to the famed silent film star. And try to time your trip to Montreux between June 29 and July 14, when major names in pop, hip-hop, and contemporary music descend upon the town for its namesake jazz festival (montreuxjazzfestival.com). Will a Lausanne vacation bring you closer to capturing Swissness in its purest form? Probably not. But one thing is for sure: With world-class cuisine, an international music scene, and a legendary luxury hotel, it’s hard to imagine a place more splendidly Swiss than Lausanne. «

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Monte Carlo by Sea THERE ARE MANY ROADS TO MONACO BUT PALM BEACH PHILANTHROPIST KATHRYN VECELLIO PREFERS CRUISING TO THE SUPER YACHT CAPITAL ABOARD THE LADY KATHRYN V, THE 201-FOOT BOAT SHE SHARES WITH HER HUSBAND, VECELLIO GROUP PRESIDENT LEO A. VECELLIO JR. TWICE A YEAR, THE JETBARRETT STUDIO

SETTING COUPLE CHARTS A COURSE FOR MEDITERRANEAN PORTS BEFORE ANCHORING IN MONACO, WHERE THEIR SON, MICHAEL, MARRIED IN 2013. TODAY, WHEN SHE’S NOT SUPPORTING CHARITIES LIKE THE AMERICAN HEART ASSOCIATION, SHE SAILS TO MONTE CARLO TO SIGHTSEE, WATCH BOAT RACES, AND TAKE IN THE BREATHTAKING HARBOR VIEWS AT THE YACHT CLUB DE MONACO. —KERRY SHORR

VIBE Picturesque, glamorous, and cosmopolitan

MONTE CARLO

WHERE TO SHOP The stores around the Hôtel de Paris, such as Louis Vuitton, Van Cleef & Arpels, Chanel, Gucci, and Cartier

FASHION ESSENTIALS FOR DAY A Dolce & Gabbana caftan and platforms FASHION ESSENTIALS FOR NIGHT A Carolina Herrera dress and Roberto Cavalli or Jimmy Choo shoes

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WINE PALACE

SIGNATURE DRINK Champagne A MUST-DO EXPERIENCE NOT IN THE GUIDEBOOKS Take a boat or tender cruise outside the harbor to see some of the famous and very large yachts up close 58

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MORNING RITUAL Having a buffet breakfast on the boat and watching the harbor’s morning activities GO-TO RESTAURANTS Lunch at La Chèvre d’Or in the medieval town of Èze (chevredor. com) and dinner at Chez Bruno, where every course is about truffles (restaurantbruno.com) BEST TIME TO GO Spring and fall, when it’s cooler and less crowded

BEST SEAT IN TOWN The outside patio at Le Louis XV-Alain Ducasse, which overlooks the casino, harbor, fountains, and gardens (alain-ducasse.com)

VILLA EPHRUSSI DE ROTHSCHILD

CARTIER OCEANOGRAPHIC MUSEUM CHEZ BRUNO

LOCAL DISHES TO DREAM ABOUT Risotto at Le Mas Provençal (restaurant-mas-provencal. fr) and the mashed potatoes at the Hôtel Metropole (metropole.com) GREAT WAY TO SPEND A FREE DAY Go to the Oceanographic Museum, which houses a live coral reef, a shark lagoon, and more than 6,000 fish (oceano.mc) FOR A SOLO EXPERIENCE Visit Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild, a twentieth-century property with incredible gardens and views of the Mediterranean (villa-ephrussi.com) HOMETOWN GOOD TO Sample and STOCKPILE French wines from the Wine Palace Monte Carlo at the Yacht Club de Monaco (winepalacemontecarlo.com)

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High Road

SILENT Rolls-Royce delivers the quietest, most refined car in the world with its exquisite 2018 Phantom VIII By Howard Walker According to the fact checkers at Guinness World Records, the quiIt did so by packing almost 300 pounds of sound-deadening foam etest place on Earth is inside the anechoic chamber at Microsoft’s auand felt into every nook, cranny, and crevice. It double-glazed every dio labs in Redwood, Washington. Back in 2015, Guinness pegged the window. It developed a unique double-skin alloy for the floors and space’s eerie silence at a mind-bending minus 20.6 decibels. bulkheads, and then sandwiched the gaps with noise-quelling material. Remember that zero decibels is the lowest level a human ear can deOverall, the result is staggering. When Rolls’ acoustic engineers first tect. Minus 20 is the sound of air molecules bouncing off one another—or reviewed their test results, the sound levels were so low they rechecked Patriots fans after the final whistle in Super Bowl 52. their gauges to make sure they were properly calibrated. But that was 2015. Things change. Maybe the Guinness A big part of the new Phantom’s muted running can folks need to re-evaluate the status of the Microsoft rebe attributed to the stealthy V-12 nuclear power plant POWER FILE cord. How? By taking a ride in the back seat of the nestled under that mile-long hood. While it boasts PRICE: From $450,000; $571,660 as tested ENGINE: new 2018 Rolls-Royce Phantom VIII. the same 6.75-liter capacity as the previous car’s 6.75-liter twin-turbo V-12 POWER: 563 This isn’t just quiet, it’s supernaturally silent. engine, this version is brand spanking new, with hp TORQUE: 664 lb-ft TRANSMISSION: It’s a creepy church crypt at midnight. It’s Chara pair of turbochargers added for extra oomph. 8-speed automatic 0-60: 5.1 seconds lie Chaplin in The Kid. It’s a napping koala after Power is increased to 563 horsepower, but TOP SPEED: 155 mph LENGTH/WIDTH: a eucalyptus leaf lunch. it’s the hike in torque that’s significant here. 227/79.4 inches WEIGHT: 5,640 When Rolls began redesigning this generationNow with a stump-pulling 664 lb-ft, the big V-12 pounds WHY WE LOVE IT: Because if silence is golden, this new eight Phantom, its mission was simple: To create can unleash all that Schwarzenegger-like muscle Phantom is pure 24 karat. the most hushed, most refined car on the planet. from an incredibly low 1,700 rpm. 60 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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So how does silence sound? Slide behind the wheel and gently touch the start button. What you hear is absolutely nothing. It’s uncanny. It’s mystic. It’s downright spooky. I lost count of the number of times I asked myself, “Is it running?” Select drive, squeeze the throttle, and the Phantom surges forward like a Gulfstream G550 on takeoff, purposefully gathering momentum. While the brochure claims it can waft from standstill to 60 mph in a hair over five seconds, the only sensation of velocity is your spine being squeezed into the seatback. Engine noise? Sleeping babies breathe louder. This mechanical refinement is only matched by the unbelievable smoothness of the Phantom’s ride. Picture being transported atop a cloud, and you’re still not close to describing the sensation of riding in this Roller. Much of this magic carpet experience comes down to the car’s improved self-leveling air suspension with active-roll stabilization. But there’s an amazing twist here; a stereo camera system integrated into the windshield actually scans the road ahead, seeking out lumps and bumps. If it spies a ridge or a pothole, it will instantaneously adjust the suspension to absorb the shock. The same system will dramatically reduce the amount of body roll on curves, while new rear-wheel steering will tighten the car’s turning radius. And whereas the previous car always felt Peterbilt big, unwieldy, and frankly quite intimidating to pilot, this latest version, with its all-new I-beam-stiff aluminum chassis, is far more agile and athletic.

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As before, the interior of this next-gen Phanwalker’s the wheel world blog tom (the first debuted back in 1925) is cosseton palmbeach ing beyond belief. No other car comes close to illustrated.com cocooning and coddling its occupants like this. Front or rear, riders luxuriate in huge, adjustable armchairs. Above, the Starlight Headliner twinkles with hundreds of LED stars; beneath, your feet descend into the deepest lamb’s wool. The price of this rolling penthouse? The standard wheelbase Phantom starts at around $450,000, with the extended wheelbase model commanding about $530,000. Not that sticker price means much to its audience. As for owning the car that redefines the concept of automotive travel? Priceless. «

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HORSE

POWER Whether she’s cheering on his No. 41 Ford Fusion at a NASCAR race or he’s rooting for her Altair team at an international polo match, newlyweds Kurt and Ashley Busch are at the top of their professional games—and in love from the bottom of their hearts BY KRISTEN DESMOND LEFEVRE | PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBERT NELSON

Kurt and Ashley Busch’s Wellington barn is filled with the trappings of her polo career: trophies in silver, crystal, and bronze; tables crowded with engraved cups; and armoires packed with medals, plaques, and salvers. For a guy who’s been racing most of his life, Kurt has a deep trophy collection of his own—all housed at his team headquarters in Mooresville, North Carolina. “It’s so similar to my setup,” Kurt says of the components that make up a professional polo barn. “You’ve got the trailers, the trucks, the equipment, the support staff and crew. At the end of the day, you’re just talking about a different type of ride.” One might think Kurt, a 17-year veteran of the NASCAR circuit, would be out of his element in a place like this. Instead, he seems fully at home in his wife’s world. “She’s the star,” Kurt says, smiling. “At the barn or the track.” But in marriage both parties need time to shine, and Kurt and Ashley are dedicated to maximizing their relationship while pursuing their elite athletic careers as individuals. “We’ve made being together a priority without letting our passions suffer,” says Ashley. 62

It helps that the bulk of polo’s high season falls during NASCAR’s downtime. This year, Ashley took the pitch throughout January and February, with Kurt cheering from the stands. The roles reversed as Kurt’s season kicked off at the 2018 Daytona 500, with Ashley on hand in the pit. As matches and races overlap during March and April, the couple does their best to support one another—whether it’s in person or from afar. When May rolls around, they move from Wellington to North Carolina for the duration of the NASCAR season. It’s a schedule some might call hectic. Kurt sees it differently. “It’s fun and easy,” he says. “It comes from the love and respect that we have for each other.” Still, he acknowledges their jobs pose a unique challenge. “We both know what it takes to be in this top echelon,” Kurt says. “That’s something that drives us from within and really connects us.” Since his NASCAR debut in 2000, Kurt has racked up 22 pole positions, 258 top 10 finishes, and 29 career Cup wins, including the 2017 Daytona 500 and the 2004 Nextel Cup Series championship. He is one of only 29 drivers to qualify as a “Triple Threat,” winning

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We’ve made being together a priority without letting our passions suffer.” —ASHLEY BUSCH

races in all three of NASCAR’s top divisions: the Cup Series, the Xfinity Series, and the Camping World Truck Series. There have been tough times, too. Kurt has made headlines for his quick temper on and off the track. Since falling in love with Ashley, however, Kurt says he’s a changed man. “She’s been with me through a lot,” he confesses. “She’s my calming force. She’s taught me so much about inner beliefs and states of positive thinking, and that’s been a great change in my life.” Ashley’s even-keeled demeanor may be a steadying presence for Kurt, but she is known as a fierce competitor on the polo field. “Something changes when I put my helmet on,” she says. “I become more aggressive. That streak of wanting to win comes out.” Ashley competes nationwide with Altair Polo, her signature team named for her family’s Virginia farm. She’s on her way to becoming the female face of the sport as a brand ambassador for the United States Polo Association. She welcomes comparisons between her USPA work and 6-goaler Nacho Figueras’ Ralph Lauren campaigns. “Nacho has done a great job of putting polo on the map,” Ashley says. “My goal is to encourage women to try polo despite it being a typically male-dominated sport. You can’t let that hold you back. You have to get out there and pursue whatever you’re passionate about.” But passion—or even a relationship—wasn’t what Ashley had in mind when she first met Kurt. Her older sister, Charis Burrett, had partnered with Kurt on a NASCAR-inspired apparel line and often attended races. On a weekend in 2014 when Ashley admittedly had “nothing better to do,” she joined her sister at the Goody’s Headache Relief Shot 500 in Martinsville, Virginia. Afterward, Burrett introduced the pair, who got to know each other back at Kurt’s home over barbecue and a movie. “It felt like we had known each other for our entire lives,” Ashley recalls. “It sounds cheesy, but it truly was love at first sight.” After a whirlwind romance of 10 months, Kurt proposed. “I found the love of my life, and she said yes,” Kurt tweeted afterward. Kurt and Ashley were married at Eden Rock in St. Barth’s in January 2017, a destination wedding attended by 40 friends and family members. A week after returning stateside, Ashley’s parents hosted a lavish reception at The Breakers, complete with a surprise performance by Aerosmith front man Steven Tyler. “The curtain dropped, and there he was playing ‘Dream On’ on his white piano,” Kurt says of the big reveal he arranged with the help of his racing sponsor, Monster Energy. Nixing the traditional honeymoon, Kurt and Ashley opted for a cozy staycation instead. “When you travel as much as we do, staying home feels like a honeymoon because that’s the escape from the normal,” she says. With high-energy careers like theirs, however, the staycation couldn’t last forever. But getting back to work paid off, with Kurt’s Daytona 500 win in February 2017, and Ashley’s April 2017 victory in the Grand Champions Cup at Santa Rita Polo Farm. “That was one of the best gifts, aside from getting married, that we could’ve asked for to start off the year,” Ashley says.

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She’s been with me through a lot. She’s my calming force.”

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Winning isn’t the only thrill this power couple shares. Ashley hasn’t driven Kurt’s race car, but she has ridden shotgun with him for a few 175-mile-per-hour laps at Las Vegas Motor Speedway. “It was insane, particularly in the turns,” she recalls. “If I had stuck my hand out the window, I could’ve filed my nails on the wall, that’s how close they get.” While Kurt says his wife was “a champion” during that ride along, he’s less positive about her racing skills after giving her a go-karting lesson while they were dating. “Let’s just say she’s never going to be a champion racer,” he says. Ashley agrees: “He’s much better at riding than I am at go-karting, and neither one is very good.” When Ashley put Kurt on the calmest pony in her string for their first outing on horseback, they lost track of time and rode for two hours. “You can imagine how sore he was,” Ashley says. Despite being an avid sports enthusiast, Kurt is a polo novice. “I don’t have any riding skills yet,” he admits. “But I’m working on it.” Kurt’s next set of lessons can wait until race season comes to a close in November. “During those months, I like him to stick to the car,” Ashley says. “He’s totally fearless. I don’t want to be blamed for him falling off a horse and [ending] his season. I can just see it now: ‘Kurt Busch falls off wife’s horse, breaks leg and can’t drive.’” As he enters a second year with the Stewart-Haas Racing team, being sidelined with an injury is something Kurt wants to avoid at all costs. “This year has the ability to be one of the best in my career,” he says. “We’re poised to move through the season with real opportunities to win.” At 39, Kurt is looking beyond racing, too, recently inking a deal with management agency Livewire Entertainment and Hollywood agent ICM Partners to explore television projects. “I’m trying to move forward and learn new things,” he says. “You have to be smart in today’s world because things change quickly. I like to have options, and that is an option for me.” Ashley, 27, is seeking new ventures, too, and will launch a swimwear line this year. “I’ve always been interested in fashion design and clothing and I always wanted to create my own brand,” Ashley explains. “I don’t want to say polo will be on the back burner for me. But swimwear and design are a big focus of mine for the future.” Back at the Wellington barn, Kurt feeds a bay pony named Bombona a carrot. As Bombona begins to chew, Kurt yanks his hand away. “Almost got my thumb in there,” he says nervously. Ashley rolls her eyes. “Now you see why we keep him away from the horses during racing season. That’s all we need,” she says of a potential hand injury that could sideline one of NASCAR’s biggest stars. Kurt knows there are risks associated with everything—from romance to racing to real life. “Everybody’s always dangling that carrot,” he says, laughing. “When you see what you want, you’ve got to go for it.” «

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D A over E H HEELS

Metallics, sequins, and embellishments add a dose of glam to spring and summer wardrobes

Photography by Nick Mele

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Mary Katrantzou sequin sweatshirt, skirt, Saint Laurent metallic heels, Saks Fifth Avenue, Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens, Boca Raton; ring, Mariko, Palm Beach. Fashion Editor: Katherine Lande

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Embellished floral-print skirt, crystal logo tights, heels, handbag, Gucci, Palm Beach, Boca Raton; pastel square bracelets, Maryanna Suzanna, Palm Beach. Opposite page: Tom Ford sequin and mesh dress, Sophia Webster heels, Neiman Marcus, Palm Beach, Boca Raton; embellished clutch, Emilio Pucci, Palm Beach; square clear bracelets, Maryanna Suzanna, Palm Beach.

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Top

TABLES For the first time ever, PBI and CBS12 have

joined forces to crown Palm Beach County’s favorite restaurants and foodie adventures.

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Dada offers secluded nooks for warming up with a loved one, as well as a lively front porch and garden ideal for first dates and festive nights out.

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Best Date Night Spot

DADA

If the company you keep is the most important factor for a successful date, then atmosphere is a close second. Set inside the 94-yearold Tarrimore House in Delray Beach, Dada boasts some of the most charming environs to woo a partner, whether it’s a new flame or a spouse of more than 30 years. For an impressive first date, grab a seat under the lanterns hanging from the massive banyan tree and order one of Dada’s 14 mojito varieties. A fun night out with a long-term love is best spent enjoying bacon-wrapped dates and the watermelon steak salad at a table facing the front porch. This real estate is particularly prime when the porch transforms into a stage for live music from the likes of The Steve Pomeranz Band, locally lauded for its rock, jazz, and soul mashups of iconic songs from The Beatles and Eminem, among others. When the forecast calls for rain, head into the house and cozy up at the table next to the fireplace to savor a dessert of Nutella crème brûlée and s’mores. Fill in the blanks with witty foodie banter (think: pros and cons of French press coffee or the ultimate avocado toast toppings), and you’ve got the perfect recipe for date night bliss. (561-330-3232, sub-culture.org/dada) —Liz Petoniak PALMBEACHILLUSTRATED.COM | APRIL 2018

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Best See and Be Seen

PALM BEACH GRILL

In Palm Beach, there is a musing among locals: “If you want to get into Palm Beach Grill during season, call in November and book your table for the entire winter.” They’re only half-joking. Between December and April, the place is busier than Grand Central Station at rush hour. Though it’s been an island fixture for 15-plus years, during which many dazzling new restos have come (and gone), it remains the place to see and be seen. Who goes: Le tout Palm Beach, with all generations represented; celebrity-spotting is a favorite activity here, though it’s definitely gauche to stare. Where to sit: One of the comfy and very private leather booths, if you can snag one (it helps to know someone). If you don’t have a reservation, arrive early and wait for a seat at Palm Beach’s most convivial bar. What to order: Where else can you get a “silver service” kosher hot dog? Other musts are the cedar plank salmon and the baby back ribs sprinkled with peanuts. Don’t skip the banana cream pie; many consider it the world’s best. (561-835-1077, palmbeach grill.com) —Daphne Nikolopoulos

Best Sushi

Just how beloved is the sushi at City Oyster? Each week, sushi chef Steven Tran makes nearly 2,000 rolls and the restaurant goes through about 950 pounds of top-quality fish. With that kind of output, it’s safe to say City Oyster is a runaway favorite. When tasked with imagining a roll that captures the essence of Palm Beach, Tran whipped up this towering creation. Dubbed the Palm Beach Roll(s) Royce, it features a base of spicy tuna piled high with lobster, tuna, lump crab, mango, peas, cucumber, and avocado, all doused in spicy mayo. Diners at this Delray Beach eatery can experience this decadent dish throughout the month of April, when it will be on special in honor of the inaugural PBI Dining Awards. (561272-0220, cityoysterdelray.com) —L.P.

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Best Burger

BRASS RING PUB

Opened in February 1986, The Brass Ring Pub in North Palm is one of the longest-running hits in the area. Bret Worcester started at the restaurant as a prep cook at the age of 17; he’s now the president, and he and his two brothers run the operation as well as another location in Royal Palm. On a typical busy day, they serve more than 300 of their award-winning burgers. Here’s how the anatomy of one breaks down. (561-848-4748, brassringpub.rkorson.com) —Mark Spivak

THE RIGHT BUN A SOFT SESAME-SEED BUN PUTS THE TASTE EMPHASIS ON THE BURGER. “YOU WANT TO BE CHEWING THE BEEF, NOT THE BUN,” WORCESTER SAYS.

TOP IT OFF IN ADDITION TO THE CLASSIC TOMATOES,

ONIONS, AND GREENS, SLICED FRESH DAILY, GRILLED MUSHROOMS ARE ALSO IN HIGH DEMAND.

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Best Waterfront Restaurant

GUANABANAS

Overlooking the Jupiter River since 2008, Guanabanas is hugely popular with locals, celebrities, and tourists alike. This 100-percent open-air restaurant and bar has a deep commitment to fresh Florida seafood, and also gives back to the community through programs such as No Kid Hungry and Surfers for Autism. The decor is pure Florida: woven tiki huts, towering banyan trees, and hand-chiseled coquina pathways transport visitors to Key West. Regulars come for the music as much as the food, with local acts and national favorites such as reggae legend Julian Marley appearing frequently. The best seat in the house? “I love the four tables in the overlook section, right next to the tiki hut,” says general manager Jon Sullivan. “It gives you an unobstructed view of the river in a secluded, quiet, and romantic setting.” (561-747-8878, guanabanas.com) —M.S.

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Best Brunch

THE CIRCLE AT THE BREAKERS

Behold, the Sunday brunch to end all brunches. With mountains of stone crab, fluffy crêpes, more than 30 desserts, bottomless Champagne, and a harpist, this buffet-style feast at The Breakers’ The Circle room is a Palm Beach institution and a bucket-list item for gourmands. Once you make a reservation, you’ll want to stop eating immediately in preparation. Okay, that might be a little extreme, but do come hungry and leave any form-fitting clothing behind. A brunch this over-the-top requires a strategy, so use this guide as your plan of attack. (561-659-8488, thebreakers.com) —L.P.

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THE RAW DEAL: Caviar and Sushi The caviar selection is top-notch (The Breakers goes through 20 pounds of it every Sunday) and comes with all the extras for artful blini topping. There are also freshly shucked oysters and sushi boats filled with a variety of standard rolls similar to those available at Echo.

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SEA WORTHY: Seafood Station Pro tip: Pass on the traditional breakfast pastries, omelettes, and sausages—every brunch buffet has them. Instead, opt for items unique to The Breakers. Begin by filling a plate with lobster tails, jumbo shrimp, and crab (stone crab when in season, Alaskan king crab legs the remainder of the year), and save space for the succulent lamb lollipops sizzling adjacent to this station.

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THE MAIN EVENT: Carving Station and Hot Plates If you’ve made it this far, you deserve a round of applause. The prime rib and ham carving station does not disappoint. Add one of the pasta dishes and a few of the Italian breads for a well-rounded final savory plate.

THE Grand Finale: Desserts Because there are more than 30 mini desserts to choose from, the chefs begin prepping the Tuesday before, and their hard work shows in the presentation. Classic creations like crème brûlée, flan, and citrus tarts shine here, but the glazed donut waffle is one novelty worth trying. The sugar caramelizes for a sweet crunch, and it's an ideal vehicle for ice cream and fun toppings.

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Best New Restaurants

Meatballs

Fresh catch risotto and appetizers

BURTON’S GRILL & BAR

Burton’s is garnering kudos for the “scratch kitchen” and “delight every guest” philosophy it applies to inspired new-American dishes. In addition to its Choosy Kids menu, Burton’s also offers separate vegetarian, gluten-free, and paleo items for choosy adults. Boca Raton (561-465-2036, burtonsgrill.com)

EDUARDO SCHNEIDER

THE EVER-EXPANDING SOUTH FLORIDA FOOD SCENE BROUGHT PLENTY OF OPENINGS THIS PAST SEASON. THESE EIGHT EATERIES ARE ALL CONTENDING FOR THE TITLE OF BEST NEW RESTAURANT. —M.S.

AVANT

Reminiscent of SoHo or Tribeca, the latest addition to trendy Pineapple Grove is named for a guerilla art movement that began in Manhattan in the early 1980s. The hip, open decor serves as a backdrop for delicious small plates, live music, and refreshing cocktails, framed by a variety of local art. Delray Beach (561-921-8687, avantdelray.com) Jackfruit barbecue sandwich

HUTTON

Located in the emerging Northwood neighborhood, Hutton pairs upscale seafood with a casual spot to meet, imbibe, and share plates. The raw bar serves a variety of freshly shucked oysters, and the cooked dishes transport diners back to New Orleans with creative Creole touches. West Palm Beach (561-847-4085, huttonnorthwood.com)

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DEATH OR GLORY

Endless Vacation tequila cocktail

Housed in the historic Falcon House, Death or Glory specializes in craft cocktails and spirit-infused dishes. Here, ingredients sourced from local farms and fishermen are transformed to please any palate with offerings like pan-roasted fish, a vegan burger, and a butcher’s cut with duck fat–roasted potatoes. Delray Beach (561-808-8814, deathorglorybar.com)

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OUZO BAY

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RH ROOFTOP

Restoration Hardware dedicated the top of its new location to a stunning, 10,000-square-foot restaurant, dotted with heritage olive trees and capped with a soaring glass atrium. Brendan Sodikoff, the dynamic, young Chicago chef and creative director of Hogsalt Hospitality, crafted the menu, which features food as impressive as the surroundings. West Palm Beach (561-804-6826, restorationhardware.com)

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JORDON VILONNA

From flaming saganaki to lamb and charcoal-grilled octopus, Ouzo Bay faithfully reproduces the gems of Mediterranean cuisine in an elegant atmosphere. Complement your selection with a wine from one of the new-wave Greek producers such as Hatzidakis, Yannis Tselepos, or Domaine Sigalas. Boca Raton (561-7570082, ouzobay.com)

LA MASSERIA BRICK & BARREL

The improbable intersection of gastropub fare and healthy grub can be found in the Arts District under the direction of chef David Schroeder. Whether you’re after flank steak or falafel sliders, you can pair your meal with an artisan wine or a libation from the innovative cocktail list. Lake Park (561-623-0916, brickandbarrelpub.com)

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Anyone who has dined at the New York branch of La Masseria will be delighted to see it duplicated here down to the pristine ingredients, faultless execution, and caring service. The Manhattan partners are on hand to make sure everything goes smoothly in both the kitchen and the dining room. Palm Beach Gardens (561-660-8272, lamasseriapbg.com)

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FROM SOFT AND SWEET TO BOLD AND EXOTIC, SPICES ADD TEXTURE AND AROMA TO EVERY COURSE

Saffron, sourced from the crocus flower, is one of the world’s most precious spices. Saffron adds a fragrant note in this scallop dish with a rutabaga, squash, spring pea, and carrot ratatouille. Chef Christian Casenace of The Parisian in Jupiter infused the Champagne sauce with saffron and topped the scallops with threads of the vivid red spice.

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Turmeric

Known for its distinctive yellow color, its curry-like flavor, and its anti-inflammatory qualities, turmeric adds an exotic note to dishes. Blake Malatesta of MIA Kitchen & Bar in Delray Beach crafted a duck leg confit with turmeric-steeped seagrape honey glaze and a salad of beet and carrot with a harissa vinaigrette.

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Chili

This chili crab and squid-ink spaghetti is perfect for those who like it hot. Chef David Valencia of Costa Palm Beach created an imaginative sauce using espelette peppers and Aleppo chili pepper in a tomato base. Both peppers have a smoky, almost citrusy flavor, the perfect complement to the Dungeness crab.

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A dessert whose taste is rivaled only by its presentation, this apple panna cotta by chef Laurent Godbout of Chez L’Épicier in Palm Beach is quite the showpiece. A whisper of cinnamon flavors the firm custard, which is dotted with diced apple and topped with a brilliant red apple gelée and mint leaves.

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Congratulations to our 2018 Top Physicians

Nancy J. Taft, MD, FACS

K. Adam Lee, MD

Donna Pinelli, MD, FACOG

Fellowship-Trained Breast Surgeon

Board-Certified Cardiothoracic Surgeon

Fellowship-Trained Gynecologic Oncology Surgeon

Board-Certified, General Surgery

Medical Director, Surgical Oncology and Thoracic Surgery & Lung Center of Excellence

Board-Certified, Gynecologic Oncology and Obstetrics & Gynecology

Medical Director, Comprehensive Breast Care Program

Medical Director, Gynecologic Oncology and the Walsh Robotic Surgery Program

People facing cancer, and their loved ones, can trust our team to provide complete cancer care from diagnosis to recovery. We use our decades of knowledge, advanced fellowship training, and innovative technology to personalize your treatment. To schedule an appointment with one of the specialists at Jupiter Medical Center Physicians Group, call 561-708-5372. Learn more at jupitermedphysiciansgroup.com

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Physician Profiles 2018

On the following pages find our roster of 514 Top Doctors as chosen by their peers. We profile some of the most trusted physicians practicing in Palm Beach County.

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Michael Ligotti Whole Health Medical Practice 402 S.E. 6th Ave. Delray Beach 855-636-9242 drligotti.com Raul J. Rodriguez Raul J. Rodriguez, M.D. 403 S.E. 1st St. Delray Beach 888-551-6281 delraybeachpsychiatrist.com ALLERGY AND IMMUNOLOGY Rabia Q. Chaudhry Bethesda Health City Boynton West - Allergy 10301 Hagen Ranch Rd. Boynton Beach 561-430-6330 pediatricassociates.com Stuart A. Friedman Dr. Stuart A. Friedman, M.D. 5162 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-495-2580 Alan P. Koterba Allergy Associates of the Palm Beaches 840 U.S. Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 561-626-2006 pballergy.com

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Clive Roberson Allergy Associates of South Florida 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-655-4450 sneezecentral.com Mark R. Stein Allergy Associates of the Palm Beaches 840 U.S. Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 561-626-2006 pballergy.com Daniel Tucker Jr. Daniel Tucker, M.D. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-835-0055 William F. Tuer Allergy Associates of South Florida 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-655-4450 sneezecentral.com ANESTHESIOLOGY Andrew W. Astrove Boca Raton Outpatient Surgery & Laser Center 7700 W. Sunrise Blvd. Plantation 954-939-5000 broslc.com

Steven J. Louie Florida Allergy & Asthma Associates 5507 S. Congress Ave. Atlantis 561-965-6685 floridaallergy.com

Kevin A. Chaitoff Interventional Pain Physicians of South Florida 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-833-8893 painmedicinephysicians.com

Elizabeth Otero Allergy and Asthma Care of the Palm Beaches 500 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-627-4377 allergyasthmaonline.com

John F. Cooney Interventional Pain Physicians of South Florida 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-833-8893 painmedicinephysicians.com

Elena E. Perez Allergy Associates of the Palm Beaches 840 U.S. Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 561-626-2006 pballergy.com

Joy Graham North County Surgicenter 4000 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-6446 northcountysurgicenter.com

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Two decades after retiring, Dr. Michael Dennis continues to impact the medical community As a Santa Barbara plastic surgeon, Dr. Michael T.B. Dennis spiffed up many celebrities, including chef Julia Child. “She said, ‘Can you make me look rested but not different?’” Dennis recalls. “She was so pleased she offered to prepare dinner for me, my wife, and our friends—in our kitchen.” Star-studded encounters aside, Dennis is most proud of his pro bono work fixing cleft and other congenital deformities across six continents with Doctors Without Borders and other charitable organizations. In Samoa, Dennis repaired a sawmill worker’s hand after he’d lost his thumb and parts of three fingers. “All I had to work with was his pinky finger—so I transferred that, something I’d never done before.” When Dennis checked back a year later, “not only had he returned to his occupation, but said, ‘Look, doc,’ and crushed a soda can with that hand.” After decades as a surgeon, Dennis required healing of his own. Ruptured neck disks limited functioning in his left hand, rendering him unable to operate. He sought a solution himself and launched Hand-XTenders, a maker of devices to aid the manually disabled. In 1998, Dennis and his wife chose to “retire” to Palm Beach, where they had a home. Confessing he’s “not someone who sits around,” he turned his attention to medical community volunteer activism. Now, he’s focused on improving health care, to include the creation of a regional medical guide for Palm Beach County and helping to establish the Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University, where he remains chair of the advisory board. He also serves as president of the Palm Beach County Medical Society’s Service Board, which delivers $1.2 million of free health care to the underinsured and uninsured every year. “I grew up believing you should use your talents for the betterment of others,” Dennis says. “I’m still looking for ways to help my fellow man.” That mission began during his senior year at Harvard. After dabbling in Japanese art, economics, and social studies, he decided to become a doctor. Following med school at the University of Florida, “I couldn’t make up my mind on a specialty,” the Kentucky native says. A computer then matched him with Stanford Medical School’s surgical residencies. There, he embraced each specialty, but plastic and reconstructive surgery became his calling. Also at Stanford, he spearheaded the development of a physician assistant program. “I’ve enjoyed everything I’ve done in my life,” Dennis says. “I’ve always wanted to give back my good fortune.” —Michele Meyer

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Todd E. Horowitz Delray Medical Center 5352 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-498-4440 Harvey Plosker The Boca Raton Outpatient Surgery and Laser Center 501 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 850-863-7887 Sheldon Regenbaum Interventional Pain Physicians of South Florida 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-833-8893 painmedicinephysicians.com Frank M. Russo Men’s Wellness Centers 2201 NW Corporate Blvd. Boca Raton 561-717-9160 menswellnesscenters.com Wayne S. Weidenbaum Interventional Pain Physicians of South Florida 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-833-8893 palmbeachpainconsultants.com David J. West Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center 3360 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-622-1411 BREAST SURGERY Joseph A. Colletta Surgical Associates of Palm Beach County 670 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-395-2626 sapbc.net Marla W. Dudak Marla W. Dudak, M.D., P.A. 9325 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-482-8887 marladudak.com

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Robert A. Gardner Palm Beach Breast Institute 2151 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-881-9100 breastquestion.com Michael Kalisman Dr. Michael M. Kalisman, M.D. 95 N. County Rd. Palm Beach 212-517-7200 michaelkalismanmd.com John A.P. Rimmer John A.P. Rimmer M.D., P.A. 210 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-748-1242 johnrimmermd.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Nancy Taft Jupiter Medical Center Physician Group 2111 Military Trl. Jupiter 561-263-4400 jupitermed.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 92

CARDIAC SURGERY Robert J. Anderson Dr. Robert J. Anderson, M.D. 600 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-776-7676 randersonmd.com Richard S. Faro The Vein Center at Palm Beach, Cardiovascular Associates 3370 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-9801 veinsareus.org Arthur H. Katz Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center 3370 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-775-8447 arthurkatzmd.com

CLOSE TO HOME

Dr. Dror Paley traveled abroad to bring a lifechanging surgical technique to the United States In 1985, Dror Paley, then an orthopedic surgery resident at the University of Toronto, heard that those born with uneven or contorted limbs could be spared amputation. He immediately yearned to find out more. “Back then, operations to save limbs were very problematic, with poor results,” says the Israeli-born Paley, whose family moved to Ottawa when he was 4. “But an Italian at our hospital knew of a Russian who’d created a new, successful method unknown in North America.” After meeting the Italian surgeon, Paley mastered Russian before heading to the Soviet Union to learn how to use external braces to promote new bone growth in order to elongate and reshape arms and legs. He studied under limb-lengthening leader Gavriil Abramovich Ilizarov, known as the magician of Kurgan. Though Paley is Jewish and was trailed by the KGB during his tutorship behind the Iron Curtain, he was not deterred. He returned twice, the last time accompanied by 50 doctors eager to acquire the same skills. In 1987, Paley relocated to the United States and began working as the chief of pediatric orthopedics at the University of Maryland Medical Center, where he became the first surgeon in the country to implement Ilizarov’s techniques. “Since then, kids who would’ve lost their limbs to amputation will get operations that didn’t exist before—and they’ll end up running and jumping just like other kids,” Paley says. “That’s a major paradigm shift.” Over three decades in his field, Paley has racked up impressive numbers, to include eight patents and repairs of a million limbs across 90 countries, six continents, and all 50 states. His curriculum vitae spans 127 pages, none of it filler. And his influence will carry on for generations through the more than 800 surgeons he’s trained. Paley moved his practice from Maryland to West Palm Beach in 2009, and now serves as medical director of the Paley Orthopedic and Spine Institute at St. Mary’s Medical Center. There, Paley and his team reconstruct limbs of children and adults with complex deformities due to birth defects, trauma, and infection. They also perform joint replacements and other orthopedic surgeries. “Living in a city without a significant winter makes it much easier for patients who are on crutches and in wheelchairs,” Paley says. “It’s a terrific place to rehabilitate, [which is] a big part of what we do. If I had come here earlier, I never would’ve left. Just look outside. West Palm Beach is a slice of heaven.” —M.M.

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Marcos A. Nores Florida Heart and Vascular Care 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-548-4900 fhvcare.com CARDIOLOGY Rahul Aggarwal Tenet Florida Physician Services 500 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-627-3130 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com Daniel Amaez Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches 5401 S. Congress Ave. Atlantis 561-967-5033 mspbhealth.com Thomas C. Bartzokis Bartzokis, Rubenstein & Servoss, M.D., P.L. 1000 N.W. 9th Ct. Boca Raton 561-368-4444 bsbrmd.com Steven Borzak Florida Cardiology Group 110 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-641-9541 floridacardiologygroup.com Chauncey Crandall Mount Sinai Heart - Palm Beach 600 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-627-2210 chaunceycrandall.com Norman Erenrich Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches 5401 S. Congress Ave. Atlantis 561-967-5033 mspbhealth.com

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Jeffrey S. Fenster The Cardiac Institute of the Palm Beaches 108 Intracoastal Pointe Dr. Jupiter 561-296-5225 thecardiacinstitute.com David S. Funt Holy Cross Medical Group Cardiology Associates of Boca Raton 9980 Central Park Blvd. N. Boca Raton 561-483-1756 holy-cross.com Richard H. Kim Dr. Richard H. Kim, M.D. 5210 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-495-7230 Stephen Krasner Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches 5401 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-967-5033 mspbhealth.com Suneet Kukreja Tenet Florida Physician Services 927 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-882-6060 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com Eric H. Lieberman South Florida Heart Institute 5035 Via Delray Delray Beach 561-637-0500 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com Keith D. Meyer Keith D. Meyer, M.D., P.A. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-820-0122 goodsamaritanmc.com Darryl Miller Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County 525 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-804-0200 myclevelandclinic.org

SKIN DEEP

A Delray Beach dermatologist combines science and service to heal patients worldwide

Childhood heroes? Dr. John Strasswimmer’s were super, all right: philosopher Henry David Thoreau, activist Mahatma Gandhi, and humanitarian and physician Albert Schweitzer. These idols, combined with an experience volunteering at a soup kitchen in college, sealed his fate. “Science plus service equals medicine,” says Strasswimmer, a partner at Dermatology Associates of the Palm Beaches in Delray Beach. “My path to medical school was direct.” After earning his M.D. and Ph.D. in cancer molecular biology at Tufts University School of Medicine, he interned at Harvard Medical School and completed his dermatology residency at Yale School of Medicine. He then embarked on a laser fellowship focused on skin cancer at Massachusetts General Hospital, and another in Mohs surgery at Boston’s American College of Mohs Surgery. The cutting-edge Mohs approach enables skin cancer surgeons to confirm they’ve removed an entire malignancy. Even better, the technique can be done as an out-patient procedure with local anesthesia. “It’s safer, less expensive, and liberates doctors to treat patients anywhere,” explains Strasswimmer. His aspiration to provide care regardless of location or means can be traced back to Thoreau, Gandhi, and Schweitzer. “Thoreau taught me if you’re not happy with your life, change it,” Strasswimmer says. “Gandhi was a man of peace and showed it can be stronger than conflict. Nobel Prize winner Schweitzer was the first missionary doctor to go to Africa. He believed our duty on Earth is to serve others.” Strasswimmer, who founded Dermatology Medical Missions in 2011, regularly ventures into remote areas of Africa, mainly to treat people with albinism. “They have [the] triple problem of skin cancers, poor eyesight, and a terrible social stigma in the African culture.” Whether he’s home or abroad, “delivering dignity is the most satisfying thing I’ve ever done,” he says. “In the same afternoon, I can treat a homeless person and a major corporate executive. We all look the same wearing a paper gown in an exam room.” Besides performing more than 10,000 facial skin cancer operations with cosmetic reconstruction, Strasswimmer has a cancer drug patent and is researching the molecular causes of skin cancer. He also teaches biochemistry and dermatology at Florida Atlantic University and serves as medical director of the Melanoma and Cutaneous Oncology Tumor Board at Lynn Cancer Institute at Boca Raton Regional Hospital. “The disease is largely preventable and largely curable when diagnosed early,” says Strasswimmer, who hopes to create a global skin cancer awareness program. “I want no one to ever die of skin cancer.” —M.M.

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COLON AND RECTAL SURGERY

Edward Mostel Palm Beach Cardiology Center 3365 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-775-1061 palmbeachcardiology.com

Hayder Al-Azzawi Tenet Florida Physician Services 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-835-3396 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com

Anderson Penuela Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches 5401 S. Congress Ave. Atlantis 561-967-5033 mspbhealth.com

Mariano M. Faresi General & Vascular Surgery Bethesda Health Physician Group 2800 S. Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-736-8200 bethesdagvs.com

Andres Ruiz South Palm Cardiovascular Associates, LLC 13550 Jog Rd. Delray Beach 561-515-0080 southpalmcardiovascular.com

Harvey I. Garber Garber & Shemesh, M.D., P.A. 5258 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-495-0660 garberandshemesh.com

Utpal N. Sagar Mount Sinai Heart - Palm Beach 600 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-627-2210 mountsinai.org Jonathan I. Seckler Seckler Heart Center 660 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-338-9992 brrh.com Morteza Tavakol Palm Beach Cardiology Center 3365 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-775-1061 palmbeachcardiology.com Augusto E. Villa Augusto E. Villa, M.D., F.A.C.C., F.S.C.A.I. 600 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-627-2207 pbcardiovascular.com Alan A. Zelcer Dr. Alan A. Zelcer, M.D. 5210 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-495-7230

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David I. Kurtz David I. Kurtz, M.D. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-659-7702 Andrew S. Ross Surgical Associates of Palm Beach County 670 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-395-2626 sapbc.net FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Jonathan Wideroff South Palm Beach Surgical Associates 1601 Clint Moore Rd. Boca Raton 561-288-2593 southpalmsurgery.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 113

Ronald Zelnick Jupiter Medical Specialists 210 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-972-5703 jupitermedicalspecialists.com

WONDER WOMAN

A Greenacres gynecologist wants to help women discover and celebrate their bodies at any age Gynecology has a reputation for rattling patients and doctors alike, especially as it pertains to sexuality. At first, even Dr. Maureen Whelihan wasn’t interested in the profession. “I’d wanted to become an obstetrician from 11 years old,” says the owner of Elite GYN Care of the Palm Beaches. “For a fifth-grade assignment, I wrote that I wanted to deliver babies.” Her father, a former Navy medic, greatly influenced her early ambitions. Every evening after dinner, he’d pull out medical tomes to quiz his four children on the body’s metamorphosis from cells to fetus. “From fourth grade, I pulled the books down myself,” recalls Whelihan. Yet when the time came to choose a career, she felt she wasn’t ready to focus on becoming a doctor. She chose nursing instead, a prosperous deviation for her and her future patients. While working as a labor and delivery nurse for more than a decade at St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, Whelihan felt drawn to gynecology. She went on to earn her M.D. at the University of South Florida in Tampa. “My skills as a nurse and doctor give me a great advantage,” she says. “Nursing involves empathy and attention to patients’ needs. Physicians troubleshoot, manage, and heal. I still do my best to explain even complex information so it’s understandable but not oversimplified.” Each year, Elite GYN Care adds services to help women age with beauty and grace. But Whelihan’s reach extends beyond her Greenacres office. In 2013, she coauthored a book entitled Kiss and Tell: Secrets of Sexual Desire from Women 15 to 97 with the goal of normalizing the conversation surrounding sexuality. Locally, her philanthropic endeavors and achievements revolve around women and medicine. She’s received the Executive Women of the Palm Beaches’ Women in Leadership Award, has been named Woman of the Year by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and serves on the board of the Palm Beach County Medical Society, where she is chair of the women’s issues committee and the Project Access Board, a coordinated system of volunteer care and diagnostic services for uninsured county residents. Whelihan shares her quest for excellence with her fiveperson staff. Each year they choose a subject to learn together, such as sign language. Above all, she constantly aspires to challenge herself. At age 50, she bought a Harley Low Rider motorcycle. But after tangling with the 700-pounder, her goal for her sixtieth birthday (in three years) will be “something crazy, [but] not life-threatening.” —M.M.

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PROMOTION

Physician Profiles

FLORIDA CANCER SPECIALISTS & RESEARCH INSTITUTE

For many, cancer is the most devastating diagnosis an individual can receive. Often it is made more onerous because, in order to receive state-of-the-art treatment from the finest doctors and to have access to clinical trials, patients have to travel long distances to metro areas. Fortunately, that is not true in Florida. Since 1984, Florida Cancer Specialists (FCS) has brought world-class medicine and hometown care to much of the state. With nearly 100 locations in its network, FCS provides patients with the finest care available close to home.

FCS is the largest independent medical oncology/hematology practice in the United States. Its more than 200 physicians graduated from top universities and are consistently ranked nationally as “Top Doctors” by U.S. News & World Report. They’re supported by a staff of more than 170 nurse practitioners and physician assistants. For those who are struggling financially, the FCS Foundation, a 501(3)(c) nonprofit organization, provides assistance to those who qualify for nonmedical living expenses, allowing patients to concentrate on getting well. This outstanding health care is available on the Gulf Coast from

Avram J. Smukler, M.D.; Antonella Leary, M.D.; Neal E. Rothschild, M.D.; Daniel L. Spitz, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute 1309 North Flagler Drive | West Palm Beach | 3401 PGA Blvd. Suite 200 | Palm Beach Gardens 561-366-4100 | flcancer.com

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Physician Profiles

FLORIDA CANCER SPECIALISTS & RESEARCH INSTITUTE

Naples to the greater Tampa Bay area, as far north as Tallahassee, and in Orlando and surrounding Central Florida communities. On the East Coast, Florida residents from Jacksonville/Fleming Island to Palm Beach County are in the FCS network. Innovative services offered at FCS include an in-house specialty pharmacy for oral oncolytics, an on-site pathology lab allowing for faster reports, diagnostic imaging services, and care management for physical, psychosocial, and emotional needs. Eight physicians from FCS were nominated this year as “Top Doctors.� They are: Dr. James N . Harris, who treats all types of

cancers; Dr. Antonella Leary, whose key focus is female cancers; Dr. Elizabeth A. McKeen, who specializes in breast cancer and breast genetics; Dr. Marilyn M. Raymond, whose specialty is breast cancer and breast genetics; Dr. Neal E. Rothschild, who is actively involved in clinical research and in developing new treatments for melanoma; Dr. Avram J. Smukler, who treats all types of cancer and has a special interest in clinical research; Dr. Daniel L. Spitz, who leads the FCS Clinical Trials Research team in Palm Beach County; and Dr. Gerald Zemel, who is an expert in endovascular surgery.

Elisabeth A. McKeen, M.D., F.A.C.P.; Marilyn M. Raymond, M.D.; James N. Harris, M.D.; Gerald Zemel, M.D.

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CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE AND PULMONARY DISEASE Mark Adelman Pulmonary Associates 9980 Central Park Blvd. Boca Raton 561-488-2988 Nevine M. Carp Bethesda Hospital East 2623 South Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-374-7911 phppd.providence.org Ribal S. Darwish Delray Medical Center 5352 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-495-3208 delraymedicalctr.com

ABOUT THE LIST Medical decisions are some of the most important choices our readers make. In an effort to provide the best medical information available, Palm Beach Illustrated has enlisted a professional marketing company, Professional Research Services of Troy, Michigan to identify the Top Doctors in Palm Beach County. Together we surveyed licensed physicians, asking them to reveal the best medical professionals in our area. These Top Doctors have been scrutinized for the legitimacy of their licenses as well as their status with the Florida Department of Health. While there are outstanding professionals who aren’t listed here, we hope you’ll give these doctors special consideration when choosing a medical professional.

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Kenneth J. Fuquay Jupiter Medical Center 210 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-745-6950 jupitermed.com

Ellis Gottesfeld Advancements in Dermatology 7730 Boynton Beach Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-572-0299 boyntonbeachderm.com

Oren H. Lifshitz Palm Beach Dermatology 10887 Military Trl. Palm Beach Gardens 561-296-7546 palmbeachskin.com

David Kateb Kateb Medical Associates 4760 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach 561-637-3933

Howard A. Green Dermatology Associates, P.A. of the Palm Beaches 120A Butler St. West Palm Beach 561-659-1510 palmbeachdermassociates.com

Justin Platzer Water’s Edge Dermatology 6250 Lantana Rd. Lake Worth 561-578-8100 wederm.com

Maung K. Oo The Lung Institute of Palm Beach 500 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-627-3336 jupitermed.com Noah B. Schreibman Pulmonary Associates 9980 Central Park Blvd. Boca Raton 561-488-2988 DERMATOLOGY Kenneth Beer Beer Dermatology 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-660-4848 beerdermatology.com

Steven M. Hacker Palm Beach Dermasurgery 230 George Bush Blvd. Delray Beach 561-276-3111 palmbeachdermasurgery.com Kathleen Herne Integrated Dermatology of West Palm Beach 1840 Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach 651-964-6664 idwpb.com

Vidya S. Rajpara Gardens Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery Center 11030 RCA Center Dr. Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-7041 gardensdermatology.com Steven P. Rosenberg Palm Beach Dermatology 470 Columbia Dr. West Palm Beach 561-640-4400 palmbeachskin.com

Peggy O. Hunter PBC Dermatology 3400 Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-357-5636 pbcdermatology.com

William I. Roth Dermatology and Dermatological Surgery 10075 Jog Rd. Boynton Beach 561-731-4900 williamrothmd.com

Lara C. Kelley Palm Beach Dermatology 4477 Medical Center Way West Palm Beach 561-471-1808 palmbeachskin.com

Jordan B. Schwartzberg Boca Raton Skin Institute 9325 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-487-7575 bocaratonskininstitute.com

Charles A. Buchbinder Buchbinder Dermatology Center 2499 West Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-395-7704 buchbinderdermatology.com

Sowmya Kishor Palm Beach Dermatology 4475 Medical Center Way West Palm Beach 561-863-1000 palmbeachskin.com

Allison Schwedelson Sanctuary Medical Center 4800 N. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton 561-886-0970 sanctuarymedical.com

Jeffrey S. Fromowitz Jeffrey S. Fromowitz, M.D., F.A.A.D. 4601 N. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton 561-295-7080 dermatologyofboca.com

John P. Kowalczyk Palm Beach Dermatology 4495 Military Trl. Jupiter 561-296-1122 palmbeachskin.com

Jeffrey M. Scricca Jeffrey M. Scricca, M.D. 4800 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-498-8787

Michael T. Borenstein Gardens Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery Center 11030 RCA Center Dr. Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-7041 gardensdermatology.com


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Physician Profiles

LICKSTEIN PLASTIC SURGERY Dr. David Lickstein has the hands of an artist and the heart of an angel. “I love the idea of helping people, it’s extremely fulfilling,” he says. “That’s probably why we remain so involved with breast cancer patients, because it just makes us feel great to be able to help in a difficult time.” In 2016, he opened Lickstein Plastic Surgery, a private practice in Palm Beach Gardens that offers surgical and nonsurgical treatments ranging from mommy makeovers to breast and facial surgery, as well as fillers, Botox, and CoolSculpting. He’s also one of few surgeons in the area who has a Halo, a revolutionary hybrid laser that removes dark spots and reverses the effects of sun damage in one pass. Best known for his face, breast, and body procedures, Lickstein says his patients typically fall into two groups: 30- to 50-year-olds who’ve had children and want liposuction, Botox, and breast and abdominal surgery to restore their body’s proportionality; and those over 50 who want face and neck lifts, laser treatments, and eyelid surgery to create a more youthful, refreshed appearance. “It’s not something they want to hide,” he says. “They want to hear, ‘You look good! What did you do?’” Lickstein has also garnered a reputation for giving back. Altruism is important to him and his wife, Lisa, who established a community partnership program that encourages patients to nominate the charities that are meaningful to them for a chance to receive support. He also offers an internship program aimed at high school and pre-med students with an interest in plastic surgery. Participants learn the fundamentals of plastic surgery, shadow the staff, and observe surgeries. “I think it’s an amazing thing if they can see how it all fits together,” he says. “The continuum of care.”

David Lickstein, M.D., F.A.C.S. Lickstein Plastic Surgery 5540 PGA Blvd., Suite 200 | Palm Beach Gardens 561-571-4000 licksteinplasticsurgery.com

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DERMATOLOGY (cont.) Steven D. Shapiro Gardens Dermatology & Cosmetic Surgery Center 11030 RCA Center Dr. Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-7041 gardensdermatology.com Michael L. Shelling Shelling Dermatology 10075 S. Jog Rd. Boynton Beach 561-737-1100 shellingdermatology.com Michael Sherling Palm Beach Dermatology 5053 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-969-7300 palmbeachskin.com Daniel Sokoloff Palm Beach Dermatology 4475 Medical Center Way West Palm Beach 561-863-1000 palmbeachskin.com

Carolyn J. Agresti Carolyn J. Agresti, M.D., Ear, Nose and Throat, Inc., Hearing and Balance LLC 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-899-3822 cjagrestimdent.com Alfredo S. Archilla ENT Specialists 10150 Hagen Ranch Rd. Boynton Beach 561-736-8141 Michael S. Aronsohn Boca Raton Sinus & Allergy Institute 1601 Clint Moore Rd. Boca Raton 833-637-4687 bocasinusallergy.com Lon Barrow Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 3015 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-966-4100 entsf.com

Christopher R. Spock Water’s Edge Dermatology 6642 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach 561-921-2221 wederm.com

Robert A. Dattolo Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 3401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-3773 entsf.com

John Strasswimmer John Strasswimmer, M.D. Dermatology Mohs Surgery 2605 West Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach 561-819-5822 strasswimmer.com

Douglas Dedo Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 3540 Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-969-2001 entsf.com

Supriya Tomar Supriya Aesthetic Dermatology 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-805-9399 supriyamd.com

Curtis Emmer Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 927 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-848-5579 entsf.com

EAR, NOSE, AND THROAT Mark T. Agrama Palm Beach Sleep and Sinus 500 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-624-5311 palmbeachsinus.com

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Michael Galin Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 927 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-848-5579 entsf.com

Salvatore Grimaldi Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 927 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-848-5579 entsf.com

Terry S. Olson Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 1515 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-659-2266 entsf.com

James G. Houle Boca Raton Otolaryngology 660 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-750-2100 bocaratonent.com

Todd Parnes Platinum ENT 13660 Jog Rd. Delray Beach 561-495-2002 drtoddparnes.com

David A. Lehman Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 3015 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-966-4100 entsf.com

Suresh Raja Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 10075 Jog Rd. Boynton Beach 561-734-3636 entsf.com

John Li Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 210 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-748-4445 entsf.com

Michael L. Schwartz Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 1515 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-228-5888 palmbeachface.com

Michael J. Lipan Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 3540 Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-969-2001 entsf.com

Vijay M. Sharma Vijay M. Sharma, M.D. 601 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-277-0699 jupitermed.com

Deborah A. Loney Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida 12959 Palms West Dr. Loxahatchee 561-793-5077 entsf.com David L. Mandell ENT Specialists 10150 Hagen Ranch Rd. Boynton Beach 561-736-8141 Harry C. Midgley III Harry C. Midgley, III, M.D., P.A. 3355 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-748-9898

William S. Slomka Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 3015 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-966-4100 entsf.com Zorik Spektor ENT Specialists 10150 Hagen Ranch Rd. Boynton Beach 561-736-8141 Jiovani M. Visaya ENT Specialists 10150 Hagen Ranch Rd. Boynton Beach 561-736-8141


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Physician Profiles

FLORIDA HEART AND VASCULAR CARE AT JFK MEDICAL CENTER Dr. Jack Zeltzer has been practicing medicine for more than 30 years and specializes exclusively in the treatment of vascular disease. He has served as chairman of the department of surgery at JFK Medical Center and currently serves as president elect of the medical staff at JFK. Zeltzer is a former president of the Palm Beach County Medical Society and continues on as chairman of the board of trustees. He is past president of both the Florida Vascular Society and the South Florida Society for Vascular Surgery. A graduate of McGill University Faculty of Medicine in Montreal, Zeltzer treats aspects of vascular disease affecting arteries and veins, including carotid arteries in the neck, abdominal aorta, blocked arteries in the legs, varicose veins, and ulcers. By staying abreast of the latest technology, Zeltzer has primarily replaced his classical training with less invasive surgery such as balloon angioplasty, stent replacement, atherectomy, and laser therapy to treat blocked or narrowed arteries, aneurysms, and veins. He also performs bypass surgery when necessary. “Lifesaving techniques have improved phenomenally since I started practicing medicine,” Zeltzer says. “Technology has brought us great advantages that offer us the right tool for the right patient. One size does not fit all.” Zeltzer jokingly says he went into medicine because his mother wanted him to become a doctor, but as it turns out she was right. “I went into medicine because I was always interested in it and particularly in vascular surgery,” he says. Individualized patient care delivered with compassion is his philosophy. “Call me old-fashioned in everything but technology, and I won’t be offended,” he says. “I still like that ‘Norman Rockwell’ kind of doctor.”

Jack Zeltzer, M.D.

Florida Heart and Vascular Care at JFK Medical Center 180 JFK Drive, Suite 320 | Atlantis 561-548-4900 fhvcare.com

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EAR, NOSE, AND THROAT (cont.) Mark H. Widick Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 1601 Clint Moore Rd. Boca Raton 561-391-3333 entsf.com Joseph R. Zito Ear, Nose and Throat Associates of South Florida, P.A. 1515 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-659-2266 entsf.com EMERGENCY MEDICINE Adam Bromberg Wellington Regional Medical Center 13421 S. Shore Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-440-1616 wellingtonregional.com Lisa M. Clayton Bethesda Hospital East 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-737-7733 bethesdaweb.com Evan D. Goldstein Boca Raton Regional Hospital 800 Meadows Rd. Boca Raton 561-955-7100 brrh.com George J. Gurdock Good Samaritan Medical Center 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-655-5511 Jason L. Sevald Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center 3360 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-7172

ENDOCRINOLOGY, DIABETES, AND METABOLISM Malgorzata Beckman Palm Beach Thyroid & Endocrinology Wellness, LLC 12957 Palms West Dr. Wellington 561-303-2800 pbtew.com

FAMILY MEDICINE

Susan J. Boston Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County 525 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-804-0200

Allyson C. Bagenholm Boca Regional Urgent Care 20665 Lyons Rd. Boca Raton 561-883-6677 bocaregionalurgentcare.com

Maria Gutierrez Boynton Beach Endocrinology, P.A. 10150 Hagen Ranch Rd. Boynton Beach 561-374-5979 bbendo.com

Laura Balda Balda Health 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-557-1767 baldahealth.com

David Irizarry Palm Beach Thyroid & Endocrinology Wellness, LLC 12957 Palms West Dr. Wellington 561-303-2800 pbtew.com

Mark L. Corry Tequesta Family Medical Center 851 N. U.S. Hwy. 1 Tequesta 561-747-2000

Kathryn D. Jones The Select Few 2700 N. Military Trail Boca Raton 561-952-2740 theselectfewmd.com William Kaye Palm Beach Diabetes & Endocrine Specialists 8200 Jog Rd. Boynton Beach 561-513-5100 pbdes.com Aleksandra Kraeher South Florida Endocrine Center 4600 Military Trl. Jupiter 561-626-9041 endo-diabetes.com Sharon Miller South Florida Endocrine Center 4600 Military Trl. Jupiter 561-626-9041 endo-diabetes.com

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Kathryn Reynolds Palm Beach Diabetes & Endocrine Specialists, P.A. 550 Heritage Dr. Jupiter 561-513-5100 pbdes.com

Lori Dowie Elite Coastal Healthcare 11211 Prosperity Farms Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-743-4911 4mydo.com

Alejandro Miquel South Florida Physical Medicine 1470 Royal Palm Beach Blvd. Royal Palm Beach 561-422-1819 physmedfl.com Laurie P. Rothman Dr. Laurie P. Rothman, M.D. 3401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-935-4460 jupitermedicalspecialists.com Benedicto San Pedro MCCI Medical Group 3731 Lake Worth Rd. Lake Worth 561-967-0234 mccigroup.com Ira G. Warshaw Ira G. Warshaw, M.D., F.A.A.F.P. 1216 U.S. Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 561-626-1000 drwarshaw.com FOOT AND ANKLE SURGERY James T. Clancy Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com

Robert C. Greer IV Robert C. Greer IV, D.O., FACOFP & Robert C. Greer V, D.O. 624 U.S. Hwy 1 Lake Park 561-844-2464 greerdr.com

Joshua P. Daly South Florida Foot & Ankle Centers 11412 Okeechobee Blvd. Royal Palm Beach 561-793-6170 wcfoot.com

Jorge L. Inga Jorge L. Inga, M.D. 3918 Via Poinciana Lake Worth 561-968-8796 familymedicinedoctoringa.com

Daniel Elgut South Florida Foot & Ankle Centers 3618 Lantana Rd. Lake Worth 561-967-4999 wcfoot.com

Dana L. Jacobs Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County 525 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-804-0200 myclevelandclinic.org

John S. Levin Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com


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HASS PLASTIC SURGERY & MEDISPA

The team at Hass Plastic Surgery & MediSpa is known for delivering specialized plastic surgery, wow-worthy reveals, and fivestar service. “We show patients the same level of excellence they would receive at a luxury resort in Palm Beach,” say Dr. Brian Hass, who commands one of the area’s top plastic surgery practices alongside his wife, Dr. Andrea Hass, an oculoplastic surgeon. Together, the board-certified couple has offered advanced, specialty procedures for the body, face, and eyes for more than 20 years. They advertise locally, but their business comes predominantly from word of mouth. “Most clients have been referred to us by other patients, and they want similar results,” says Andrea Hass. One of the top facial injectors of Botox and Juvéderm in the country, Andrea Hass also excels at blepharoplasty, an eyelid procedure that removes excess skin and results in younger-looking eyes. Brian Hass’ specialties include facelifts, rhinoplasty, and cosmetic breast surgery, but the surgeon’s talent for exceeding his

patients’ goals with customized treatment plans is what truly sets him apart. Dr. Michael Frederick, a Harvard-trained, board-certified plastic surgeon, joined the Hass team in 2016 and specializes in the breast and body, bringing cutting-edge techniques in breast lifts, liposuction, tummy tucks, and Brazilian butt lifts, among others. With their specialized approach to plastic surgery, the doctors at Hass Plastic Surgery & MediSpa often perform a combination of procedures simultaneously. The MediSpa offers a variety of slimming, rejuvenating, and antiaging options including micro needling with platelet-rich plasma (PRP) as well as chemical peels and laser for glowing skin. It also offers Thermi procedures, a radio-frequency device that helps with skin tightening or vaginal rejuvenation. In addition, it is home to one of the largest CoolSculpting centers in South Florida for noninvasive fat reduction. But no matter what they choose, “patients always leave looking like themselves,” says Michael Frederick. “Their best selves.”

Brian and Andrea Hass, M.D.s and Michael Frederick, M.D. Hass Plastic Surgery & MediSpa 2401 PGA Blvd., Suite 150 | Palm Beach Gardens | 561-624-7777 | hassplasticsurgery.com

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FOOT AND ANKLE SURGERY (cont.) Alan Macgill Spine & Orthopedic Center 9325 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 888-409-8006 spineorthocenter.com Lily Pan Perkins Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Surgery 221 Greenwich Cir. Jupiter 561-799-9581 panpodiatry.com GASTROENTEROLOGY Alan Bank Digestive Care 9970 Central Park Blvd. Boca Raton 561-488-2700 James Chong Gastro Health 4675 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-495-5700 Elliot Ellis Digestive Center of the Palm Beaches 1117 N. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach 561-802-4206 gipalmbeach.com Jeffrey H. Garelick Gastro Group Of The Palm Beaches, LLP 3401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-691-0320 gastrogrouppb.com Sabu J. George Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Gastroenterology Specialists 3355 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-630-8775 pbgmc.com Kalpana R. Kalahasthy Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center Gastroenterology Specialists 3355 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-630-8775 pbgmc.com

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Marisa Kesselman South Florida Gastroenterology Associates, P.A. 601 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-434-0060 sfgastro.net

Nirmala Shanmugam South Florida Gastroenterology Associates, P.A. 2800 S. Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-732-2900 sfgastro.net

David Coykendall Palm Beach General Surgery and Hernia Center 3370 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-513-9806 palmbeachgeneralsurgery.com

Roger S. Koerner Roger S. Koerner, M.D., Sheldon J. Taub, M.D., & Erin Goggins, PA 210 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-401-9082 jupitermed.com

Frederick Sherman Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches 5401 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-964-8221 mspbhealth.com

S. Forrest Dodson Surgical Associates of Palm Beach County 670 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-395-2626 sapbc.net Raymond Henderson Sr. 21st Century Oncology Raymond Henderson, M.D. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-804-9898 21co.com

Miles Medrano Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches 5401 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-649-7000 mspbhealth.com

Taryn Silverstein Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches 5401 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-964-8221 mspbhealth.com

Denis Murphy Denis Murphy, M.D. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-832-1643

Howard Sonderling Digestive CARE 2300 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-208-2121 lovemygi.com

Sidney Neimark Digestive Center of the Palm Beaches 1117 N. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach 561-820-1441 gipalmbeach.com

Bernard Stein Digestive Care 1002 S. OId Dixie Hwy. Jupiter 561-744-2200 jupitermed.com

Robert S. Raymond Gastro Group Of The Palm Beaches, LLP 3401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-655-3255 gastrogrouppb.com

Sheldon J. Taub Roger S. Koerner, M.D., Sheldon J. Taub, M.D., & Erin Goggins, P.A. 210 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-401-9082

Joshua Rubin Digestive CARE 2300 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-208-2121 lovemygi.com

Jeffrey Wenger Digestive Center of the Palm Beaches 1117 N. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach 561-802-9050 gipalmbeach.com

Salvatore Senzatimore Jr. Center for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy 1117 N. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach 561-327-7492 centerforgiendoscopy.com

GENERAL SURGERY John Bacha miVIP Surgery Centers Palm Beach Gardens Center 11020 RCA Center Dr. Palm Beach Gardens 855-236-1292 mivip.com

Daniel R. Higgins Daniel R. Higgins, M.D., F.A.C.S. 1201 N. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach 561-655-4334 jfkmc.com Srinivas Kaza 21st Century Oncology Surgical Specialists of South Florida 142 John F. Kennedy Dr. Lake Worth 561-439-1500 David I. Kurtz David I. Kurtz, M.D. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-659-7702 Kenneth A. Larson Center for Advanced Surgical Care 5511 S. Congress Ave. Atlantis 561-964-1632 cascatjfk.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Erica Podolsky South Palm Beach Surgical Associates 1601 Clint Moore Rd. Boca Raton 561-288-2593 southpalmsurgery.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 113


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Physician Profiles

OCULOPLASTIC & ORBITAL CONSULTANTS

Dr. Michael Connor, double-board certified in ophthalmology and oculoplastic surgery, has been changing his patients’ lives for more than a decade. After completing a highly competitive fellowship in oculoplastic surgery, he is one of approximately 500 surgeons in the country who specialize in this field. Connor’s knowledge of the underlying anatomy enhances his ability to preserve the function of the eyelids and achieve a naturally beautiful result. “Finesse and anatomic precision are needed to perform surgery around the eyes safely and effectively,” he says.

Oculoplastic & Orbital c o n s u l t a n t s Oculoplastic & Orbital c o n s u l t a n t s

Connor performs cosmetic procedures, such as upper and lower eyelid blepharoplasty, as well as Botox and injectable fillers. He also treats conditions affecting the eyelids, eyebrows, tear duct system, orbit and bones around the eyes and mid-face. His extensive training makes him an expert in cosmetic and revision eyelid surgery. Connor’s unique experience sets him apart from other cosmetic surgeons. “I like to get to know my patients,” he says. “In doing so, it provides my patients with a greater level of comfort as we embark upon surgery.”

Michael Connor, M.D.

Oculoplastic & Orbital Consultants 4060 PGA Blvd., Suite 101 | Palm Beach Gardens | 561-845-6500 | eyeliddocs.com

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GENERAL SURGERY (cont.) Thomas R. Rowe Jupiter Medical Center 2055 Military Trl. Jupiter 561-744-5907 jupitermed.com Itzhak Shasha Itzhak Shasha, M.D., F.A.C.S. 1201 N. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach 561-655-4334 21co.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Jefferson R. Vaughan Jupiter Medical Specialists, LLC 1002 S. Old Dixie Hwy. Jupiter 561-741-1569 bariatricflorida.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 118

Jonathan Wideroff South Palm Beach Surgical Associates 1601 Clint Moore Rd. Boca Raton 561-288-2593 southpalmsurgery.com Jose F. Yeguez Surgical Associates of Palm Beach County 670 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-395-2626 sapbc.net GENETICS Louise E. Morrell Boca Raton Regional Hospital Lynn Cancer Institute 701 N.W. 13th St. Boca Raton 561-955-2141 brrh.com GERIATRIC MEDICINE Jeffrey Bergsman West Palm Beach VAMC 7305 N. Military Trl. West Palm Beach 561-422-8262 accesstocare.va.gov

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Mary M. Colburn Mary M. Colburn M.D., P.A. 400 Executive Center Dr. West Palm Beach 561-683-2220 her.wrshealth.com Karl Dhana MorseLife Health System Marilyn & Stanley M. Katz 4847 Fred Gladstone Dr. West Palm Beach 561-471-5111 morselife.org Daniel Fortier Flagler Medical Associates 1552 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-659-7411 flaglermedicalassociates.com David B. Hevert Glades Medical Group 3848 FAU Blvd. Boca Raton 561-394-3088 gladesmedical.com GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY Howard M. Goodman Florida Cancer Specialists 5507 S. Congress Ave. Atlantis 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

HAND SURGERY Roberto J. Acosta Robert J. Acosta, M.D., P.A. 2055 Military Trl. Jupiter 561-746-8704 jupitermed.com

Veronica Pedro The Center for Bone & Joint Surgery of the Palm Beaches 440 N. State Rd. 7 Royal Palm Beach 561-798-6600 boneandjoint.org

Michael A. Cohn Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com

Jeffrey S. Rosenfield Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 1221 S. State Rd. 7 Wellington 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com

Veronica A. Diaz Jupiter Hand to Shoulder 1002 S. Old Dixie Hwy. Jupiter 561-746-7686 jupiterhandtoshoulder.com

Thomas F. Saylor Orthopaedic Care Specialists 733 U.S. Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 561-840-1090 orthocarefl.com

Ehsan Esmaeili South Florida Hand & Orthopaedic Center 1905 Clint Moore Rd. Boca Raton 561-241-4758 southfloridahand.com Kenneth Garrod South Florida Hand Orthopaedic Center 1905 Clint Moore Rd. Boca Raton 561-241-1475 southfloridahand.com

FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Antonella Leary Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute 3401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-366-4100 flcancer.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 102

FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Donna M. Pinelli Jupiter Medical Center Physician Group 2111 Military Trl. Jupiter 561-263-4400 jupitermedphysiciansgroup.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 92

Angelo N. Incorvaia The Hand & Wrist Institute of Palm Beach 10301 Hagen Ranch Rd. Boynton Beach 561-374-7372 hwipb.com Justin Kearse Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute 4215 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-4777 pboi.com Marvin A. Kohn Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com

HEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY Albert Begas The Center for Hematology-Oncology 701 N.W. 13th St. Boca Raton 561-955-6400 centerforhemonc.com Humberto J. Caldera Hematology Oncology Associates of the Palm Beaches 3450 Lantana Rd. Lake Worth 561-965-1864 hoapb.com Hilary Gomolin The Center for Hematology-Oncology 701 N.W. 13th St. Boca Raton 561-955-6400 centerforhemonc.com Robert J. Green Florida Cancer Specialists 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com


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Physician Profiles

SOUTH PALM BEACH SURGICAL ASSOCIATES

Outstanding skills, judgment, experience, integrity, and sincere personal attention make Dr. Jonathan Wideroff and Dr. Erica Podolsky the choice for surgical care in the area. They both perform a broad spectrum of general surgery, working at Delray Medical Center and Boca Raton Regional Hospital. Practicing since 1982, Wideroff is a graduate of the Medical College Pennsylvania. He did his surgical residency at Jackson Memorial/University of Miami Medical Center. A Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, he concentrates has practice in

parathyroid, thyroid, hernia, and gallbladder surgery. Podolsky is board-certified and has developed an impeccable reputation since finishing her fellowship in minimally invasive and bariatric surgery at Duke University. She attended medical school at Thomas Jefferson University and did a seven-year surgical residency at Hahnemann University. She concentrates in weightloss surgery, anti-reflux procedures, and all aspects of robotic laparoscopic abdominal surgery.

Jonathan Wideroff, M.D. and Erica Podolsky, M.D. South Palm Beach Surgical Associates 1601 Clint Moore Road, #145 | Boca Raton | 561-939-0455 | southpalmsurgery.com

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HEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY (cont.) FEATURED PHYSICIANS

James N. Harris Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute 3401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-366-4100 flcancer.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 103

Andrea Katz 21st Century Oncology 431 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-748-2488 jupitermed.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Elisabeth A. McKeen Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute 3401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-366-4100 flcancer.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 103

Sunil C. Patel Hematology-Oncology Association of Boca Raton 9970 Central Park Blvd. Boca Raton 561-482-6611 Marilyn M. Raymond Florida Cancer Specialists 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Neal E. Rothschild Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 102

Abraham Schwarzberg Cancer Center of South Florida 4801 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-253-3398 cancercenterofsouthflorida.com Talya Schwarzberg Cancer Center of South Florida 4801 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-253-3398 cancercenterofsouthflorida.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Avram J. Smukler Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 102

FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Daniel L. Spitz Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com

Kleper de Almeida Carden & Dodson M.D. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-655-8448 cardendodson.com

Andres E. Suarez Gardens ID Group LLC 11211 Prosperity Farms Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-2914 gardensid.com

Leslie E. Diaz Infectious Disease Associates 840 U.S. Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 561-776-8300 jupitermed.com

Elena Yamaguchi Infectious Disease Care Group 13550 Jog Rd. Delray Beach 561-495-9289

David Dodson Carden & Dodson, M.D. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-655-8448 cardendodson.com

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Kitonga P. Kiminyo Infectious Diseases Consultants, Inc. 2300 S. Congress Ave. Boynton Beach 561-735-7531 bethesdaweb.com Ana R. Mateo-Bibeau Comprehensive Infectious Diseases 10115 Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington 561-967-0101 jfkmc.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Jose Menajovsky Triple O Medical Services, P.A. 2580 Metrocentre Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-832-6770 tripleomedical.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 115

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Elizabeth A. Reich 21st Century Oncology 431 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-748-2488 jupiterhematologyoncology.com Harold Richter The Center for Hematology-Oncology 701 N.W. 13th St. Boca Raton 561-955-6400 centerforhemonc.com

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INFECTIOUS DISEASE Larry M. Bush Comprehensive Infectious Diseases 10115 Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington 561-967-0101 Julio V. Cardenas Infectious Disease Associates 1050 N.W. 15th St. Boca Raton 561-393-8224 brrh.com

Olayemi O. Osiyemi Triple O Medical Services, P.A. 2580 Metrocentre Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-832-6770 tripleomedical.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 115

Gabriel G. Sandkovsky Infectious Disease Associates 1050 N.W. 15th St. Boca Raton 561-393-8224 brrh.com

Mujahed Ahmed Palm Beach Family Physicians 2669 Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-968-7600 J. Acey Albert J. Acey Albert, M.D. 2875 S. Ocean Blvd. Palm Beach 561-588-0411 draceyalbert.com Edward Anim-Addo Tenet Florida Physician Services 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-833-4140 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com Andrew Berkman Florida Health Care Medical Group 107 John F Kennedy Dr. Lake Worth 561-295-6962 fhcmg.net Ira Brassloff Flagler Medical Associates 1552 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-659-7411 flaglermedicalassociates.com Robert A. Briskin VIP Primary Care Associates, P.A. 210 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-746-9404 vipprimarycare.com


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TRIPLE O MEDICAL SERVICES P.A.

If you ever find yourself with an infection of any kind, then your first call should be to Dr. Olayemi O. Osiyemi or Dr. Jose Menajovsky. They are both board-certified in Infectious disease. Osiyemi was born in Nigeria and attended college in the United States. He then served three years in the United States Army, where he worked on vaccine development at the prestigious Walter Reed Army Research Institute in Washington, D.C., and the Naval Medical Research Institute in Bethesda, Maryland. He completed his internal medicine residency and infectious disease fellowship at the University of Miami/Jackson Memorial Hospital. Osiyemi opened Triple O Medical Services in September 2000 and Triple O Research in 2005. Osiyemi is the chief of infectious disease at both Good Samaritan and St. Mary’s medical centers. He is also the chairman of medicine as well as chairman of PNT and infection control at St. Mary’s

Medical Center. He also serves as the president of T Leroy Jefferson Medical Society of the Palm Beaches and mentors several college students aspiring to go into the field of medicine. Menajovsky was born and attended medical school in Peru. He completed his internal medicine training at Temple University and his infectious disease fellowship training at the University of Maryland in Baltimore. He is the chairman of PNT and infection control at Kindred Hospital of the Palm Beaches. He is fluent in Spanish and joined Triple O in July 2011. Both doctors serve as preceptors for medical resident, medical, pharmacy, and mid-level practitioner students from University of Miami and Nova Southeastern University. Services offered by the practice include general infectious disease, wound care, a travel clinic, immigration physicals, concierge services, and clinical research.

Jose Menajovsky, M.D. and Olayemi O. Osiyemi, M.D. Triple O Medical Services P.A. 2580 MetroCentre Blvd., Suite 3 | West Palm Beach | 561-832-6770 | tripleomedical.com

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COORDINATED HEALTH WEST PALM BEACH

INTERNAL MEDICINE (cont.) FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Lucero Chueca Villa Gardens Medical Group 3345 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-622-7661 gardensmedicalgroup.net LEARN MORE ON PAGE 117

Robert A. Collins Dr. Robert M. Collins, M.D. 1630 S. Congress Ave. Palm Springs 561-472-2888

Coordinated Health West Palm Beach has launched a Concierge Family Medicine practice under the direction of Coordinated Health’s chair of primary care, Dr. Ofer Shustik. “My ambition is to provide families with personal, individualized health care with minimal time constraints and continual access,” says Shustik. Shustik is a board-certified primary care physician treating families for more than 20 years. He offers enhanced, precision medical care for his practice’s exclusive concierge members, including unparalleled access to his team in a state-of-the art office designed specifically for patient comfort. The practice also accepts commercial insurances and Medicare. Shustik’s concierge services include same-day appointments, as needed house and office calls, and an annual executive-level physical. “Concierge medicine allows me more time to focus on preventative care, ideally with entire families starting at age 2,” says Shustik, who graduated from Tel Aviv’s prestigious Sackler School of Medicine and completed his residency at St. Luke’s Family Medicine Warren, New Jersey. “When you spend adequate time with patients, you can tailor an individualized plan to allow for a healthy, happy, and wellbalanced life.”

Ofer Shustik, M.D.

Coordinated Health West Palm Beach 1411 N. Flagler Drive, Suite 7000 | West Palm Beach 561-283-2925 coordinatedhealth.com/westpalm

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Rupesh R. Dharia Palm Beach Internal Medicine 3502 Kyoto Gardens Dr. Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-8891 David Dodson Carden & Dodson, M.D. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-655-8448 cardendodson.com Gabriela Goldstein Gabriela Goldstein, M.D., P.A. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-820-8580 Jack Halickman Family Practice and Internal Medicine of the Palm Beaches 3401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-776-8891 jackhalickman.com Carlos Lira Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches 1490 Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-965-8222 mspbhealth.com Peter Lyn Good Samaritan Medical Center 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-882-4541 jupiterinternalmedicine.com

Dean S. Mann MD VIP 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 866-407-7105 mdvip.com Adel S. Mansour Delray Beach Medical Center 5317 W Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach 561-496-6000 mccigroup.com Timothy Mark Flagler Medical Associates 1552 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-659-7411 flaglermedicalassociates.com Elizabeth Mohr Medical Specialists of the Palm Beaches 120 John F. Kennedy Dr. Atlantis 561-641-2926 mspbhealth.com Bruce W. Moskowitz Bruce W. Moskowitz, M.D. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-833-6116 Robert Steinberg Flagler Medical Associates 1552 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-659-7411 flaglermedicalassociates.com Bryan J. Wasserman Bryan J. Wasserman, M.D., F.A.C.P. 5258 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-496-4000 bryanjwassermanmd.com MATERNAL AND FETAL MEDICINE Aaron B. Deutsch Maternal-Fetal Medicine of the Palm Beaches 1325 S. Congress Ave. Boynton Beach 561-364-0200 mfmpbfl.com


Christine F. Edwards Florida Perinatal Center 9325 W. Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-488-5015 floridaperinatalcenter.com

Ronald M. Goldin Jupiter Medical Specialists, LLC 2543 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-6454 jupitermedicalspecialists.com

Debra A. Jones Ob/Gyn Specialists of the Palm Beaches, PA. 1447 Medical Park Blvd. Wellington 561-790-5990 obgynspb.com

David Halpert South Palm Beach Nephrology, PA 5503 S. Congress Ave. Atlantis 561-965-7228 southpalmbeachkidney.com

Vinu D. Patel Palm Beach Perinatology Center 9325 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-869-6800

Jared A. Jaffe Boca Nephrology 2900 N. Military Trl. Boca Raton 561-241-7100 bocaneph.portalforpatients.com

Ruel T. Stoessel Pre-Birth Centers of America 8645 N. Military Trl. Palm Beach Gardens 561-630-8001 mypbca.com

Michael Lotfi Kidney and Dialysis Specialists of the Palm Beaches 927 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-840-7779

NEPHROLOGY David Amrose Advanced Kidney Care 4425 N. Military Trl. Jupiter 561-721-1112 advancedkidneycarepalmbeaches.com Jose F. Arrascue South Palm Beach Nephrology, PA 5503 S. Congress Ave. Atlantis 561-965-7228 southpalmbeachkidney.com Joshua J. Bailin Bethesda Hospital East 2815 S. Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-737-7733 bethesdaweb.com Nicole Basile Advanced Kidney Care 4425 N. Military Trl. Jupiter 561-721-1112 advancedkidneycarepalmbeaches.com

Armen Margaryan Kidney & Hypertension Specialists 5210 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-496-1160 James Mullen Advanced Kidney Care 4425 N. Military Trl. Jupiter 561-721-1112 advancedkidneycarepalmbeaches.com Abbas Rabiei Coastal Nephrology, Dialysis & Internal Medicine 2459 S. Congress Ave. West Palm Beach 561-253-8121 drabbasrabiei.com Lon M. Sadowsky Kidney & Hypertension Specialists 5210 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-496-1160 Freya Silverstein South Palm Beach Nephrology, P.A. 5503 S. Congress Ave. Atlantis 561-965-7228 southpalmbeachkidney.com

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GARDENS MEDICAL GROUP

Dr. Lucero Chueca was 5 years old when she knew she wanted to save lives. She remembers her uncle’s white doctor’s coat and wanting to accompany him to the hospital in Lima, Peru, where he would “heal people.” After Chueca completed her internal medical residency at Henry Ford Hospital in Michigan, the hospital hired her to foster medical students and residents. In 2012, she became board-certified in obesity medicine. Today, she’s a double board-certified internist and bariatric physician who splits her time between the Gardens Medical Group and Palm Beach Gardens Medical Center. “I don’t believe in diets,” she says. “My goal is to create healthy options for my patients.” She’s also passionate about teaching physical diagnosis to the next generation of doctors at Nova Southeastern University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine. A lot can be discovered during an examination, explains Chueca. Once, she caught leukemia in time by checking her patient’s enlarged spleen. He’s now on the path to recovery. “I love what I teach,” says Chueca. “And what you teach, you learn.”

Lucero Chueca Villa, M.D.

Gardens Medical Group 3345 Burns Road, Suite 302 | Palm Beach Gardens 561-622-7661 gardensmedicalgroup.net

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JEFFERSON VAUGHAN, M.D., F.A.C.S.

NEPHROLOGY (cont.)

NEUROSURGERY

Sergio R. Vega Medneph P.A. 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-655-1889

Ramin M. Abdolvahabi Palm Beach Neurosurgery, LLC 3319 State Rd. 7 Wellington 561-433-3444 palmbeachneuro.net

Jack Waterman Jupiter Medical Specialists, LLC 2543 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-6454 jupitermedicalspecialists.com NEUROLOGY Jennifer Buczyner Comprehensive Neurology of the Palm Beaches 3502 Kyoto Gardens Dr. Palm Beach Gardens 561-909-0080 pbbrain.com

Asked to briefly describe his professional acumen, Dr. Jefferson Vaughan is ready. “Punctual, efficient, and I complete tasks faster than other people,” he says. Vaughan graduated from the University of South Alabama College of Medicine on a U.S. Navy scholarship and completed his residency at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami. After two years stationed in Japan, he rounded out his military duty in Charleston, South Carolina. He moved to Palm Beach and opened his practice in 1995. While he’s experienced in all aspects of general surgery, Vaughan performs a significant amount of bariatric surgery and gastric bypasses for weight loss, reflux, and hiatal hernias. Everything is done laparoscopically, and he uses a 3-D camera for greater depth perception. “Most people come because I can do things with the laparoscope that other people can’t,” he says. Vaughan has also created a line of vitamins formulated for the nutritional needs of bariatric patients. In his spare time, he makes furniture for charities like Loggerhead Marinelife Center and Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum to auction off. “Everybody’s got to have a hobby,” he says.

Jefferson Vaughan, M.D., F.A.C.S. 1002 S. Old Dixie Hwy., Suite 206 | Jupiter 561-741-5695 bariatricflorida.com

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Ali R. Malek Palm Beach Neuroscience Institute 901 Village Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-882-6214 pbni.com Linda Pao Linda Pao, M.D. 601 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-444-3335 jupiterneurologist.com Carl Sadowsky Palm Beach Neurology Premiere Research Institute 4631 Congress Ave. West Palm Beach 561-845-0500 palmbeachneurology.com Sylvia Zuniga-Barboni Advanced Neurology of the Palm Beaches 3375 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-1159 advancedneuro.wpengine.com

John D. Cantando Palm Beach Neurosurgery, LLC 3319 State Rd. 7 Wellington 561-433-3444 palmbeachneuro.net Heldo Gomez Dr. Heldo Gomez Jr., M.D. 4290 Professional Center Dr. Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-7855 Jordan C. Grabel Gamma Knife Radiosurgery 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-833-6388 gammaknifecenter.com David A. Petruska Neurosurgical Specialists 5305 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-324-9454 stmarysmc.com Brett A. Schlifka Palm Beach Neurosurgery, LLC 3319 State Rd. 7 Wellington 561-433-3444 palmbeachneuro.net Charles S. Theofilos The Spine Center 11621 Kew Gardens Ave. Palm Beach Gardens 888-505-3134 thespinecenter.com Elizabeth Trinidad Spine and Orthopedic Specialists 2047 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 800-531-1587 orthospinefl.com


NUCLEAR MEDICINE Barry Simon Independent Imaging 11551 Southern Blvd. Royal Palm Beach 561-795-5558 independentimaging.com OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY Amy N. Banooni Ob/Gyn Specialists of the Palm Beaches, P.A. 770 Northpoint Pkwy. West Palm Beach 561-655-3331 obgynspb.com Dudley Brown The Brown Institute for Health and Wellness 3375 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-459-8955 bifhw.com John A. Burigo Ob/Gyn Specialists of the Palm Beaches, P.A. 770 Northpoint Pkwy. West Palm Beach 561-655-3331 obgynspb.com

Viviane Connor Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County 525 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-804-0200 myclevelandclinic.org Marc R. Gualtieri IVF Florida Reproductive Associates 600 Heritage Dr. Jupiter 954-247-6200 ivfflorida.com

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JUPITER IMAGING ASSOCIATES, INC.

Gloria Hakkarainen Palm Beach Obstetrics & Gynecology 4671 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-295-7203 obgynpalmbeach.com Marc Kaufman Partners in Women’s Health 600 Heritage Dr. Jupiter 561-354-1515 jupiterobgyn.com Marcela Lazo Palm Beach Obstetrics & Gynecology 4671 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-295-7203 obgynpalmbeach.com

Joy Cavalaris Palm Beach Obstetrics & Gynecology 4671 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-295-7203 obgynpalmbeach.com

Gene Manko IVF Florida Reproductive Associates 600 Heritage Dr. Jupiter 954-247-6200 ivfflorida.com

David K. Choi Ob/Gyn Specialists of the Palm Beaches, P.A. 770 Northpoint Pkwy. West Palm Beach 561-655-3331 obgynspb.com

Claudia Mason Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County 525 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-804-0200 myclevelandclinic.org

Glenn M. Collins Institute for Women’s Health and Body 560 Village Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-616-9988 iwhbpalmbeach.com

Sasha G. Melendy Ob/Gyn Specialists of the Palm Beaches, P.A. 345 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-741-1957 obgynspb.com

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Using MRIs, PET scans, and other advanced imaging modalities, Dr. Jose Fragoso has the power to uncover abnormalities deep within and determine a diagnosis, the first critical steps toward healing and recovery. Born in Puerto Rico, Fragoso moved to the United States and worked as a medical technologist at St. Mary’s Hospital in Atlanta. He returned to his home country and earned his medical degree at Ponce Health Sciences University, before completing his residency in radiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and embarking upon a fellowship in body imaging/PET at William Beaumont Hospital in Michigan. Today, he serves as one of eight board-certified diagnostic radiologists at Jupiter Imaging Associates, Inc. In addition to overseeing the Jupiter Medical Center’s four urgent care centers, he’s also the director of its cutting-edge Outpatient Imaging Center. As prevention and early detection can often mitigate disease, Fragoso recommends yearly screenings for breast and prostate cancer. “Subjects come in all the time for screening studies, and sometimes we find a malignancy,” he says. “It’s always good to find it early, then we can treat it.”

Jose M. Fragoso, M.D. Jupiter Imaging Associates, Inc. 1210 Old Dixie Hwy. | Jupiter 561-263-5007 jupitermed.com

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OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY (cont.) Lori Sevald Palm Beach Obstetrics & Gynecology 4270 Design Center Dr. Palm Beach Gardens 561-320-4663 obgynpalmbeach.com Sylvia Siegfried Palm Beach Obstetrics & Gynecology 4671 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-295-7203 obgynpalmbeach.com OPHTHALMOLOGY

Dr. Jonathan Waxman is board-certified in general surgery and cardiothoracic surgery. He’s practiced thoracic surgery since 2004, and his subspecialty is minimally invasive thoracic surgery. He speaks English, Hebrew, and Spanish fluently and treats patients at Boca Raton Regional Hospital, Delray Medical Center, and other Palm Beach County hospitals. He’s also an assistant professor of surgery at Florida Atlantic University. “From a very early age, I had a calling to help people following [after] my parents, who were both physicians,” Waxman says. During his tenure as Boca Raton Regional Hospital’s medical director of thoracic surgery, U.S. News & World Report selected the hospital as a “best hospital/high performing center for lung surgery.” In his private practice, Waxman spends as much time as needed to explain a patient’s condition and treatment, and communicates that information to all involved physicians. He also offers guidance regarding lung cancer screening and risk factors, as well as diagnosis and follow-up for lung nodules.

Brent Bellotte West Boca Eye Center 9325 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-488-1001 westbocaeyecenter.com Larissa Camejo Center for Medical and Surgical Eye Care 601 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-223-6557 larissacamejomd.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Michael Connor Oculoplastic & Orbital Consultants 4060 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-845-6500 eyeliddocs.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 111

Jonathan S. Criss Florida Eye Microsurgical Institute 1717 Woolbright Rd. Boynton Beach 561-737-5500 fleyedocs.com

Palm BeachThoracic Surgery Jonathan Waxman MD

Jonathan Waxman, M.D.

Palm Beach Thoracic Surgery 5162 Linton Blvd., Suite 102 | Delray Beach 561-766-0834 pbthoracicsurgery.com

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Paul Gallogly Retina Care Specialists 3399 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-624-0099 retinacarespecialists.com

David A. Goldman Goldman Eye 3401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-630-7120 goldmaneye.com Lawrence S. Halperin Retina Group of Florida 950 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-394-6499 retinagroupflorida.com Daniel A. Jewelewicz Delray Eye Associates, P.A. 16201 S. Military Trl. Delray Beach 561-498-8100 delrayeye.com Steven I. Rosenfeld Delray Eye Associates, P.A. 16201 S. Military Trl. Delray Beach 561-498-8100 delrayeye.com Patrick E. Rubsamen Retina Group of Florida 950 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-394-6499 retinagroupflorida.com Richard G. Shugarman Palm Beach Eye Center 840 U.S. Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 561-315-3004 jfkmc.com Nunzio Sossi Palm Beach Eye Clinic 130 Butler St. West Palm Beach 561-832-6113 palmbeacheyeclinic.com Barry S. Taney Retina Group of Florida 8190 Jog Rd. Boynton Beach 561-394-6499 retinagroupflorida.com


ORTHOPEDIC SURGERY Gary Ackerman Palm Beach Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, P.A. 4440 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-845-6000 palmbeachsportsdoctor.com David N. Buchalter South Palm Orthopedics 4800 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-496-6622 southpalmorthopedics.com Joseph B. Chalal Preferred Orthopedics of the Palm Beaches 7593 Boynton Beach Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-733-5888 popb.md Brian E. Coleman South Palm Orthopedics 4800 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-496-6662 southpalmorthopedics.com Michael Cooney Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute 4215 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-4777 pboi.com Gerard D. D’Ariano Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com Mark S. Eskenazi Spine Institute of South Florida 5210 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-381-4271 spineinstitutesouthflorida.com Kenneth Gerszberg Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-694-7776 flbonedoc.com

Marvin A. Kohn Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com Gregory M. Martin Preferred Orthopedics of the Palm Beaches 7593 Boynton Beach Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-733-5888 popb.md

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MARDIROSSIAN FACIAL AESTHETICS

Andrew R. Noble Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute 4215 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-4777 pboi.com Ryan Simovitch Palm Beach Orthopaedic Institute 4215 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-4777 pboi.com Richard L. Weiner Orthopaedic Care Specialists 733 U.S. Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 561-840-1090 orthocarefl.com OSTEOPATHIC MEDICINE Glenn S. Chapman Surfside Non-Surgical Orthopedics, Sports Medicine & Pain 4600 N. Ocean Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-330-4300 surfsideorthopedics.com PAIN MEDICINE Jane Bistline Interventional Pain Services of Palm Beach 2031 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-681-9808

Dr. Vartan Mardirossian is double board-certified in facial plastic surgery and head and neck surgery, and is an assistant professor of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery and otolaryngology at Florida Atlantic University. He is a consultant of facial plastic and head and neck surgery at Jupiter Medical Center. Mardirossian received his medical degree from the University of Padua, Italy. He completed his residency in head and neck surgery in Padua and moved to Boston, where he performed award-winning research at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary. He completed his residency in head and neck surgery and a fellowship in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery at Boston University. During the Boston Marathon bombing, Mardirossian was part of the team of surgeons who took care of the victims. He was awarded a certificate of appreciation from the City of Boston for his service during the tragedy. Mardirossian devotes his practice to facial plastic surgery and skin cancer reconstruction. He’s an expert in both the simplest office procedures and some of the most complex cranial reconstructions done today.

Vartan Mardirossian, M.D., F.A.C.S. Mardirossian Facial Aesthetics 600 Heritage Drive, Suite 220 | Jupiter 561-624-0900 palmbeachplastics.com

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Dr. Anne C. Fischer is board-certified in general surgery and pediatric surgery. She has practiced medicine for 20 years and specializes in minimally invasive pediatric thoracic and laparoscopic surgery for newborns to teens. She’s delighted to be working at the Palm Beach Children’s Hospital at St. Mary’s Medical Center because of its breadth of specialists and focus on pulling a team of specialists together. “Pediacentric, multidisciplinary programs ensure physicians are aware of the latest innovations and can use them,” she says. “I’m passionate about quality care, and there is a joy to taking care of children and treating them with state-of-the-art therapies in this medical center.” Both of Fischer’s parents were physicians, and she decided on pediatric surgery because it has the potential to make a difference over someone’s entire life. “Some look upon it as sad (to care for sick children) whereas I think there are so many innovations that have improved the care of children,” she says. “For instance, there have been tremendous gains in pediatric oncology and neonatal care and the care of complex surgical patients.”

PAIN MEDICINE (cont.) Kevin A. Chaitoff Interventional Pain Physicians of South Florida 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-833-8893 painmedicinephysicians.com Sue Cohn Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 10275 Hagen Ranch Rd. Boynton Beach 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com John F. Cooney Interventional Pain Physicians of South Florida 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-833-8893 painmedicinephysicians.com Marco Ghignone Comprehensive Pain Management Services, Inc. 2051 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-845-7432 palmbeachspineandpain.com Lawrence Gorfine Palm Beach Spine & Diagnostic Institute 5800 Corporate Way West Palm Beach 561-649-8770 helpain.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Louis J. Raso The Pain Center 2141 S. Alternate A1A Jupiter 561-741-1158 thepaincenter.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 123

Anne C. Fischer, M.D.

Palm Beach Children’s Surgical Specialists 641 University Blvd., Suite 105 | Jupiter 561-295-9100 palmbeachchildrenssurgicalspecialists.com

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Sheldon Regenbaum Interventional Pain Physicians of South Florida 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-833-8893 painmedicinephysicians.com

Gary M. Richman Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY Sundararaman Chandrasekhar Pediatrix Cardiology of Palm Beach 5325 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-844-9858 westpalmcardio.pediatrix.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

David M. Drossner Nicklaus Children’s Palm Beach Gardens Outpatient Center 11310 Legacy Ave. Palm Beach Gardens 561-514-7390 nicklauschildrens.org LEARN MORE ON PAGE 125

Renato Dubois Pediatrix Cardiology of Palm Beach 5325 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-844-9858 westpalmcardio.pediatrix.com Debbie Friedman Pediatrix Cardiology of Palm Beach 5325 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-844-9858 westpalmcardio.pediatrix.com Amit Patange Kidz Medical Services 9980 Central Park Blvd. Boca Raton 561-558-1212 kidzmedical.com Elliot Pearson Kidz Medical Services 9980 Central Park Blvd. Boca Raton 561-558-1212 kidzmedical.com Donna Rhoden Pediatrix Medical Group 5458 Town Center Rd. Boca Raton 561-750-9596 northwestmed.com


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Rowena G. Uy Pediatrix Cardiology of Palm Beach 5325 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-844-9858 westpalmcardio.pediatrix.com PEDIATRIC DERMATOLOGY Stella D. Calobrisi Stella D. Calobrisi, M.D. 951 N.W. 13th St. Boca Raton 561-393-0300 Manju E. George Pediatric Dermatology of the Palm Beaches 3355 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-804-7546 pediatricdermpb.com PEDIATRIC ENDOCRINOLOGY Middey Damian Children’s Endocrine & Diabetes Care, Inc. 1447 Medical Park Blvd. Wellington 561-792-1525 doctordamian.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Miladys Palau Collazo Nicklaus Children’s Palm Beach Gardens Outpatient Center 11310 Legacy Ave. Palm Beach Gardens 561-624-9188 nicklauschildrens.org LEARN MORE ON PAGE 125

John Peters Nicklaus Children’s Palm Beach Gardens Outpatient Center 11310 Legacy Ave. Palm Beach Gardens 305-666-6511 nicklauschildrens.org LEARN MORE ON PAGE 125

Enrique Hernandez-Sanchez Gastro Health 9980 Central Park Blvd. N. Boca Raton 561-206-6064 gastrohealth.com

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THE PAIN CENTER OF JUPITER

John Stephens Palm Beach Pediatric Gastroenterology 5325 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-840-1960 pbpedsgi.com PEDIATRIC HEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGY Vinay R. Saxena Children’s Hematology/Oncology Associates 927 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-844-6363 stmarysmc.com Melissa S. Singer Palm Beach Pediatric Hematology Oncology 12957 Palms West Dr. Loxahatchee 561-798-9119 pbpho.com PEDIATRIC INFECTIOUS DISEASE Chad Sanborn Kidz Medical Services 5325 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-558-1212 palmbeachpediatricsociety.org

PEDIATRIC GASTROENTEROLOGY Lawrence M. Adams Palm Beach Pediatric Gastroenterology 5325 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-840-1960 pbpedsgi.com

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PEDIATRIC NEPHROLOGY Omer Mansoor Kidz Nephrology Center 5325 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-558-1212 kidzmedical.com

Since 1991, Dr. Louis J. Raso, a board-certified anesthesiologist and interventional pain management physician, has been treating patients for chronic pain. He was one of the first board-certified interventional pain management physicians in the country. Armed with knowledge, experience, and compassion, Raso has helped thousands of patients over the years. “My job is to give patients their life back and to [help them] live a better-quality life,” he says. Raso’s first step is to determine the cause of the pain. Based on the results of X-rays, CAT scans, or MRIs, he orders a customized treatment plan beginning with the least invasive procedure. Physicians frequently refer patients to Raso for nerve injuries, spinal fractures, chronic back and neck pain, and cancer pain. His specific area of interest and expertise is in spinal cord stimulation. Raso is passionate about ridding our country of the opioid epidemic. He has helped the State of Florida develop guidelines in approaching the opioid epidemic. His greatest compliment is seeing a patient walk out of his office pain-free.

Louis J. Raso, M.D.

The Pain Center of Jupiter 2141 S. Alternate A1A, Suite 110 | Jupiter 561-741-1588 thepaincenter.com

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Physician Profiles

ZEN ACUPUNCTURE

PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY Bernardo Flasterstein Pediatric Neurologists of Palm Beach 12959 Palms West Dr. Loxahatchee 561-753-8888 pedineurologists.com Edwin Liu Pediatric Neurologists of Palm Beach 12959 Palms West Dr. Loxahatchee 561-753-8888 pedineurologists.com Walter C. Martinez Palm Beach Neurology Premiere Research Institute 4631 Congress Ave. West Palm Beach 561-845-0500 palmbeachneurology.com Laszlo J. Mate Laszlo J. Mate, M.D., P.A. 824 US Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 561-626-5551 matemd.com

As a Radiation Oncologist, Dr. Kumar was introduced to the healing power of Medical Acupuncture through his association with the Society of Integrative oncology. Several prominent academic medical centers such as Memorial Sloan Kettering are currently offering Acupuncture to promote patient wellbeing. One of only 80 physicians selected for specialized training at Harvard Medical School, Dr. Kumar is passionate about bringing this level of care to Palm Beach County. In addition to Medical Acupuncture, Dr. Kumar offers a unique blend of technologies to help patients revive, renew and restore their health.

Ramesh T. Kumar, M.D. Zen Acupuncture 2700 PGA Blvd., Suite 103 Palm Beach Gardens 561-210-9999 zenacupuncture.net

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Paul Winner Palm Beach Neurology Premiere Research Institute 4631 Congress Ave. West Palm Beach 561-845-0500 palmbeachneurology.com PEDIATRIC PSYCHIATRY Jeryl Kershner The Center for Pediatric Neuropsychology 11211 Prosperity Farms Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-688-9795 neuropsych4kids.com Christopher Kye Christopher Kye, M.D. 900 N.W. 17th Ave. Delray Beach 561-833-2999 Cleopatra Ortiz Multilingual Psychotherapy Centers 1639 Forum Pl. West Palm Beach 561-712-8821 mpcipbc.com

Raj Shekhat Goldcoast Psychiatry 345 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-992-7052 goldcoastpsychiatry.com

Melvyn P. Karp Kidz Medical Services 9980 Central Park Blvd. Boca Raton 561-558-1212 kidzmedical.com

Marshall Teitelbaum Atlantic Psychiatric Care 641 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-630-8530

Mark Kayton Palm Beach Children’s Surgical Specialists 927 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-295-9100 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com

PEDIATRIC PULMONOLOGY Maurice Cruz Kidz Medical Services 5325 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-558-1212 Jorge Sallent The Children’s Lung, Asthma and Sleep Specialists 500 Federal Hwy. Lake Park 561-863-0105 childrenssleeplab.com Samuel Vazquez-Agosto Pediatric Pulmonary and Allergy Associates 9291 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-218-3399 jdch.com PEDIATRIC SURGERY Ezra Berkowitz Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Anne C. Fischer Palm Beach Children’s Surgical Specialists 641 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-295-9100 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 122

Marshall Stone Children’s Surgical Specialists 9970 Central Park Blvd. Boca Raton 561-852-0038 Charles E. Flack Palm Beach Pediatric Urology 10301 Hagen Ranch Rd. Boynton Beach 561-736-7313 palmbeachpediatricurology.com PEDIATRIC (GENERAL) Samuel G. Barsky Pediatric Associates 4510 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-627-7930 pediatricassociates.com James Beattie Infants and Children, P.A. 5205 Village Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-242-0505 infantsandchildren.net Timothy C. Bell Palm Beach Pediatrics 8200 S. Jog Rd. Boynton Beach 561-509-5009 pbpediatrics.com Heidi Cohen Pediatric Partners 5458 Town Center Rd. Boca Raton 561-393-8555 pediatricpartners.com


Leon Cohen Cohen and Sheinker Pediatrics 7100 W. Camino Real Boca Raton 561-362-4330 Jeanmarie B. Connor Premier Pediatrics 224 Chimney Corner Ln. Jupiter 561-469-8989 mypremierpediatrics.com Grisell Diaz De Villegas Grisell Diaz De Villegas, M.D. 2135 S. Congress Ave. West Palm Beach 561-641-0811 palmswesthospital.com Donald T. Drummond Donald T. Drummond, M.D. 2151 N. Congress Ave. West Palm Beach 561-844-2233 palmbeachpediatricsociety.org Gabriela Ferder Pediatric Associates 19615 State Rd. 7 Boca Raton 561-477-7700 pediatricassociates.com Shannon J. Fox-Levine Palm Beach Pediatrics 12955 Palms West Dr. Loxahatchee 561-798-2733 pbpediatrics.com Caecilia Garcia-Perez Mahoney Pediatrics P.A. 12983 Southern Blvd. Loxahatchee 561-793-2500 mahoneypeds.com Paul Gilbert Boca VIPediatrics 5458 Town Center Rd. Boca Raton 561-923-9635 bocavipediatrics.com

Nagaraj Gowda Garden Pediatrics 500 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-622-6610 gardenspediatrics.com Ada C. Hanlon Infants and Children, P.A. 5205 Village Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-242-0505 infantsandchildren.net Terrie M. Johnson Pediatric Associates 2939 N. Military Trl. West Palm Beach 561-863-5757 pediatricassociates.com Janis Jones Children’s Care Center 5205 Greenwood Ave. West Palm Beach 561-848-8701 childrenshealthcareassociates.com

Nicklaus Children’s Hospital congratulates David M. Drossner, M.D. Pediatric Cardiology Miladys M. Palau Collazo, M.D. Pediatric Endocrinology John M. Peters, D.O. Pediatric Gastroentology

on being recognized as Top Physicians by Palm Beach Illustrated

Sarrie F. Katz Premier Pediatrics 224 Chimney Corner Ln. Jupiter 561-469-8989 mypremierpediatrics.com James Rodriguez Pediatric Associates 1017 N. State Rd. 7 Royal Palm Beach 561-798-9417 pediatricassociates.com Ronald Romear Infants and Children, P.A. 5205 Village Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-242-0505 infantsandchildren.net Melissa Sheinker Cohen and Sheinker Pediatrics 7100 W. Camino Real Boca Raton 561-362-4330

Jennifer C. Goodwin Premier Pediatrics 224 Chimney Corner Ln. Jupiter 561-469-8989

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PHYSICIAL MEDICINE AND REHABILITATION Charles W. Graubert Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com Evan Peck Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County 4520 Donald Ross Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-804-0200 myclevelandclinic.org Mark Rubenstein Mark Rubenstein, M.D., P.A. 4495 Military Trl. Jupiter 561-296-9991 jupitermed.com Ronald Snyder Palm Beach Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, P.A. 4440 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-845-6000 pbsportsmed.com PLASTIC AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY Megan Jack Jeffrey S. Fromowitz, M.D., F.A.A.D. 4601 N. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton 561-295-7080 dermatologyofboca.com Daniel L. Kapp Daniel L. Kapp, M.D., Plastic Surgeon 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-833-4022 drdanielkapp.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

David A. Lickstein Lickstein Plastic Surgery 5540 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-220-4475 licksteinplasticsurgery.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 105

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Alan B. Pillersdorf Plastic Surgery of Palm Beach 1620 S. Congress Ave. Palm Springs 561-968-7111 plasticsurgerypb.com

Edward H. Fischman Fischman Foot and Ankle 901 W. Indiantown Rd. Jupiter 561-575-2266 fischmanfootandankle.com

Jared B. Gaines West Palm Behavioral Health Services 2204 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-824-6141 jfknorth.com

Andrew H. Rosenthal Bethesda West Hospital Campus Rosenthal Cosmetic & Plastic Surgery 9868 North State Rd. 7 Boynton Beach 561-880-8866 bocasurgeon.com

Brett Fried South Florida Foot & Ankle Centers 11412 Okeechobee Blvd. Royal Palm Beach 561-793-6170 wcfoot.com

Alfredo L. Hernandez Multicultural Community Mental Health Center, Inc 2112 S. Congress Ave. Palm Springs 561-653-6292 multiculturalcmhc.com

Richard Schwartz The Palm Beach Plastic Surgery Center 1500 N. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-232-3120 pbplasticsurgery.com

Lily Pan Perkins Comprehensive Foot and Ankle Surgery 221 Greenwich Cir. Jupiter 561-799-9581 panpodiatry.com

Jacob D. Steiger Steiger Facial Plastic Surgery 1001 N. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton 561-499-9339 drsteiger.com

Xavier Sanchez Palm Beach Foot & Ankle 6609 W. Woolbright Rd. Boynton Beach 561-600-9237 palmbeachfootcare.com

PODIATRY

PREVENTIVE MEDICINE

Glenn Berkin Glenn C. Berkin, D.P.M. 1873 W. Woolbright Rd. Boynton Beach 561-742-7768

Earl Campazzi Campazzi Concierge Medical Services 251 Royal Palm Way Palm Beach 561-440-8879 campazzi.com

James T. Clancy Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com Jonathan M. Cutler South Florida Foot & Ankle Centers 11412 Okeechobee Blvd. Royal Palm Beach 561-793-6170 wcfoot.com David M. Fischman Fischman Foot and Ankle 901 W. Indiantown Rd. Jupiter 561-575-2266 fischmanfootandankle.com

Amir Lubarsky MD 2.0 1094 Military Trl. Jupiter 561-627-2727 md2jupiter.com PSYCHIATRY Robert Buckman Dr. Robert Buckman, M.D. 470 Columbia Dr. West Palm Beach 561-684-7703 Gloria Dunkin Futures of Palm Beach 701 Old Dixie Hwy. Tequesta 866-351-7588 futuresofpalmbeach.com

David S. Husted West Palm Behavioral Health 4631 N. Congress Ave. West Palm Beach 561-803-8219 Lindsay Israel TMS of the Palm Beaches 4205 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach 561-332-3285 tmspalmbeaches.com Neville S. Marks Neville S. Marks, M.D. 125 Worth Ave. Palm Beach 561-650-6093 Stefan A. Pasternack Stefan A. Pasternack, M.D. 950 Peninsula Corporate Circle Boca Raton 561-706-9584 Philip J. Scharfer Dr. Philip J. Scharfer, M.D. 2401 PGA Blvd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-622-6788 Suzan Streichenwein Suzan Streichenwein, M.D. 3111 S. Dixie Hwy. West Palm Beach 561-820-0079 John R. Vara West Palm Beach VAMC 7305 N. Military Trl. West Palm Beach 561-422-1488 accesstocare.va.gov


RADIATION ONCOLOGY Anurag Agarwal South Florida Radiation Oncology 10141 Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington 516-793-6500 21co.com Silvio Garcia JFK Comprehensive Radiation Oncology 4685 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-844-6300 jfkcro.com Claude A. Harmon 21st Century Oncology - South Florida Radiation Oncology 3343 State Rd. 7 Wellington 561-795-9845 21co.com Georges F. Hatoum JFK Comprehensive Radiation Oncology 4685 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-548-1669 jfkcro.com David Herold Water’s Edge Dermatology 1096 W. Indiantown Rd. Jupiter 561-222-2200 wederm.com Michael E. Kasper Lynn Cancer Institute 701 N.W. 13th St. Boca Raton 561-955-4111 brrh.com Thomas J. Klein South Florida Radiation Oncology 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-472-1272 21co.com Andrew O’Leary South Florida Radiation Oncology 10141 Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington 561-793-6500 21co.com

James T. Parsons South Florida Radiation Oncology 2301 W. Woolbright Rd. Boynton Beach 561-737-2339 21co.com

Jay M. Rosenberg Good Samaritan Medical Center 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-655-5511 goodsamaritanmc.com

Eugene C. Shieh South Florida Radiation Oncology 225 Chimney Corner Ln. Jupiter 561-275-1820 21co.com

Amir H. Saghari Wellington Regional Medical Center 10101 Forest Hill Blvd. Wellington 561-798-8500

Timothy R. Williams Boca Radiation Oncology Associates 6274 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-368-4998 brrh.com Jerome J. Spunberg South Florida Radiation Oncology 10335 N. Military Trl. Palm Beach Gardens 561-624-1717 21co.com RADIOLOGY Jessica Cohn Ultrasound & Mammography Associates 603 Village Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-687-9633 FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Jose Fragoso Jupiter Imaging Associates, Inc. 1210 S. Old Dixie Hwy. Jupiter 561-744-4415 jupitermed.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 119

Donald Goodwin Palm Beach Radiology 733 U.S. Hwy. 1 North Palm Beach 561-841-1858 pbradiology.com Joseph H. Kleinman Boca Raton Regional Hospital 800 Meadows Rd. Boca Raton 561-955-7100 brrh.com

Daniel S. Williamson MRI Specialists 1700 Woolbright Rd. Boynton Beach 561-732-3909 mrispecialists.net REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY / INFERTILITY Mark S. Denker Palm Beach Fertility Center 7015 Beracasa Way Boca Raton 561-477-7728 palmbeachfertility.com Jenna Mccarthy IVF M.D. 345 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-972-6900 ivfmd.com Moshe R. Peress Boca Fertility IVF & Genetics 875 Meadows Rd. Boca Raton 561-368-5500 bocafertility.com Joelle Taylor IVF M.D. 345 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-972-6900 ivfmd.com RHEUMATOLOGY David Alboukrek Rheumatology Associates of South Florida 1050 N.W. 15th St. Boca Raton 561-368-5611 rasf.com

Rui Cerejo Arthritis & Rheumatology Associates of Palm Beach 7108 Fairway Dr. Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-9696 arapb.com Jonathan M. Greer Arthritis & Rheumatology Associates of Palm Beach 1301 N. Congress Ave. Boynton Beach 561-439-1800 arapb.com Marc J. Hirsh The Hirsh Center for Arthritis and Sports Medicine 15300 Jog Rd. Delray Beach 561-819-3100 thehirshcenter.com Paul D. Mendoza Arthritis & Rheumatology Associates of Palm Beach 7108 Fairway Dr. Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-9696 arapb.com Maricarmen Quintero Arthritis & Rheumatology Associates of Palm Beach 1301 N. Congress Ave. Boynton Beach 561-439-1800 arapb.com Michael Schweitz Arthritis & Rheumatology Associates of Palm Beach 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-659-4242 arapb.com Kari Sutter Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County 525 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-804-0200 myclevelandclinic.org Korey Ullrich Rheumatology Associates of South Florida 1050 N.W. 15th St. Boca Raton 561-368-5611 rasf.com

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FEATURED PHYSICIANS

RHEUMATOLOGY (cont.) John C. Whelton John C. Whelton, M.D., P.A. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-833-6700 SLEEP MEDICINE Mark T. Agrama Palm Beach Sleep and Sinus 500 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-624-5311 palmbeachsinus.com Natalio J. Chediak Dr. Natalio J. Chediak, M.D. 660 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-750-9881 brrh.com Jose De Olazabal Lung Specialists of Palm Beach 3400 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-694-1101 Kenneth J. Fuquay Jupiter Medical Center 210 Jupiter Lakes Blvd. Jupiter 561-745-6950 jupitermed.com Maung K. Oo The Lung Institute of Palm Beach 500 University Blvd. Jupiter 561-627-3336 jupitermed.com SPORTS MEDICINE Gary Ackerman Palm Beach Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, P.A. 4440 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-845-6000 palmbeachsportsdoctor.com Joel Cohen Palm Beach Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, P.A. 4440 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-845-6000 floridasportsdr.com 128 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

Marc F. Matarazzo Orthopedic Center of Palm Beach County 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-967-6500 ocpbc.com Evan Peck Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County 4520 Donald Ross Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-804-0200 myclevelandclinic.org Alan L. Saperstein Boca Raton Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine 1905 Clint Moore Rd. Boca Raton 561-241-1866 bocaorthoandsports.com Matthew Stiebel Palm Beach Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center, P.A. 4440 Beacon Cir. West Palm Beach 561-845-6000 floridashoulderandkneedoctor.com Wade Van Sice Jupiter Orthopedics & Sports Medicine 2055 Military Trl. Jupiter 504-295-7131 jupiterorthosportsmed.com Garvin Yee The Center for Bone & Joint Surgery of the Palm Beaches 460 N. State Rd. 7 Royal Palm Beach 561-798-6600 boneandjoint.org THORACIC SURGERY Richard S. Faro The Vein Center at Palm Beach, Cardiovascular Associates 3370 Burns Rd. Palm Beach Gardens 561-626-9801 veinsareus.org

K. Adam Lee Jupiter Medical Physicians Group 1240 S. Old Dixie Hwy. Jupiter 561-263-4400 jupitermed.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 92

Marcos A. Nores Florida Heart and Vascular Care 180 JFK Dr. Atlantis 561-548-4900 fhvcare.com Rudolph P. Scheerer Dr. Rudolph P. Scheerer, M.D. 808 N. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach 561-832-1378 Robert S. Scoma Robert S. Scoma, M.D. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-832-1234 FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Jonathan Waxman Palm Beach Thoracic Surgery 5162 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-766-0834 pbthoracicsurgery.comt

Frank A. Celigoj Oceanside Urology 221 Greenwich Cir. Jupiter 561-746-9227 oceansideurology.net Ross A. Cohen Urologic Specialists 5065 State Rd. 7 Lake Worth 561-432-0067 cohenurology.com William Gans Cleveland Clinic Florida - Tomsich Health and Medical Center of Palm Beach County 525 Okeechobee Blvd. West Palm Beach 561-804-0200 myclevelandclinic.org Murray G. Goldberg Urologic Physicians and Surgeons, P.A. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-833-5594 4urology.com Leonard Kaufman University Urologists 10151 Enterprise Center Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-743-8120 universityurologists.com

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UROLOGY Curtis N. Bernsley Boca Raton Regional Hospital 825 Meadows Rd. Boca Raton 561-395-3900 brrh.com R. Neill Borland Urologic Physicians and Surgeons, P.A. 1411 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-833-5594 4urology.com Daniel J. Caruso Oceanside Urology 221 Greenwich Cir. Jupiter 561-746-9227 oceansideurology.net

David Meinbach University Urologists 4889 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-964-1212 universityurologists.com Jeffrey I. Miller Boca Urology 825 Meadows Rd. Boca Raton 561-394-4500 brrh.com Harvey Schoenbrum Dr. Harvey Schoenbrum, M.D. 5130 Linton Blvd. Delray Beach 561-495-1500 brrh.com


David Schwartzwald David Schwartzwald M.D., F.A.C.S. 1601 Clint Moore Rd. Boca Raton 561-939-0700 urologyphysician.com

Andrew Lepoff Andrew Lepoff, DO 2051 45th St. West Palm Beach 561-840-0491 jfkmc.com

Steven Varady Palm Beach Urology Associates 8198 Jog Rd. Boynton Beach 561-790-2111 21co.com

Miguel A. Lopez-Viego General & Vascular Surgery Bethesda Health Physician Group 2800 S. Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-736-8200 bethesdagvs.com

David Weinstein University Urologists 4889 S. Congress Ave. Lake Worth 561-964-1212 universityurologists.com VASCULAR / INTERVENTIONAL RADIOLOGY Lee A. Fox Jupiter Medical Center 1210 S. Old Dixie Hwy. Jupiter 561-744-4414 jupitermed.com Andrew Hall Jupiter Medical Center 1210 S. Old Dixie Hwy. Jupiter 516-743-5007 jupitermed.com FEATURED PHYSICIANS

Gerald Zemel Florida Cancer Specialists & Research Institute 1309 N. Flagler Dr. West Palm Beach 561-366-4100 flcancer.com LEARN MORE ON PAGE 103

VASCULAR SURGERY Jesus G. Jimenez General & Vascular Surgery Bethesda Health Physician Group 2800 S. Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-736-8200 bethesdagvs.com

John C. Motta Surgical Associates of Palm Beach County 670 Glades Rd. Boca Raton 561-395-2626 sapbc.net George L. Mueller General & Vascular Surgery Bethesda Health Physician Group 2800 S. Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-736-8200 bethesdagvs.com Joseph J. Ricotta Tenet Florida Cardiovascular Care 4205 W. Atlantic Ave. Delray Beach 561-303-0013 tenetfloridaphysicianservices.com Reagan L. Ross General & Vascular Surgery Bethesda Health Physician Group 2800 S. Seacrest Blvd. Boynton Beach 561-736-8200 bethesdagvs.com Rudolph P. Scheerer Dr. Rudolph P. Scheerer, M.D. 808 N. Olive Ave. West Palm Beach 561-832-1378

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At the waterfront 1000 North, diners can sample bourbon- and hayroasted oysters and cocktails like the Elderossa.

All-Star Fanfare

LIBBY VOLGYES

LIBBY VOLGYES

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Taste

If 1000 North, Jupiter’s newest fine-dining restaurant and private club, were a championship-winning sports franchise, it would be the Chicago Bulls of the early ’90s. Yes, Michael Jordan is a founding partner, but it’s the collective talent of all the players, not the dominance of a lone superstar, that makes both a team and a restaurant memorable. And the masterminds behind 1000 North, The Bear’s Club developers Ira Fenton and Tucker Frederickson, have assembled an outstanding squad. In the kitchen, executive chef Lee Morris showcases his Southern roots in dishes like bourbon- and hay-roasted oysters, and his culinary pedigree is apparent in steaks so tender you can cut them with a butter knife. Partners Marvin Shanken of Wine Spectator and wine importer Bill Terlato procure a dreamy selection of 40 wines rarely seen by the glass, like Puligny-Montrachet premier cru and Château Cos d’Estournel. Top Chef alum Stephen Asprinio consults on the menus, managing director Luke Bjoin (plucked from the Nobu restaurants) brings synergy, and partners Jordan and golfer Ernie Els supply the star power. While the waitlist continues to grow for club membership (capped at 250), the public can nosh on refined bar bites at the tavern and savor global takes on familiar tastes at the downstairs restaurant and outdoor terrace. Prepare those championship rings, North County, because 1000 North lives up to the hype. (561-570-1000, 1000north.com) —Liz Petoniak

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BLAST FROM THE PAST Remakes seldom live up to an original’s glory. However, Burt Rapoport’s Prezzo proves a reincarnation can outshine its predecessor. The name might ring a bell for those who frequented Boca Raton in Apple tart the 1990s, when Prezzo, an Italian chain, churned out rustic pizzas and pasta dishes from one of the area’s first wood-burning ovens. Today, Prezzo 2.0 brings back all those fuzzy feelings and ups the ante with modern finesse. James Beard Award–winning chef Mark Militello helms the kitchen this time around, but his menu features three throwback favorites that brought the restaurant to fame: complimentary focaccia breadsticks slathered in gooey, roasted garlic that could make you forgo butter forever; the perfectly balanced house-made fusilli pasta with oak-roasted chicken, broccoli rabe, sundried tomato, goat cheese, and pine nuts; and an apple tart topped with cinnamon gelato and caramel so divine it mimics the sensation of being wrapped up in a warm hug. Militello’s new hits—creative pizzas topped with ingredients like squash blossoms and shrimp, balsamic- and mustard-glazed salmon with zucchini noodles, and a fresh mozzarella bar—signal that this is not the Prezzo of yesteryear. But, the fond memories are still immortalized in the old photos of regulars plastered on the walls. Boca Raton (561-314-6840, prezzoboca.com) —L.P.

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Fusilli pasta

MEATING PLACE Steak houses present a unique culinary challenge: They need to evolve with diners’ changing palates while also upholding the traditional formula one expects from the fine-dining experience. With the arrival of executive chef Chris Fearnow and chef Matthew Zappoli, NYY Steak at Seminole Coconut Creek Casino does just that. Fearnow, who rose in the ranks at some of Las Vegas’ biggest resorts before moving to South Florida, now oversees all of the casino’s restaurants. Zappoli, a Culinary Institute of America alumnus who’s made two appearances on Food Network’s Chopped, zeros in on NYY’s menu. The pair’s collaboration has

Long bone veal chop, lobster mac and cheese, and glazed brussels sprouts

resulted in creative new ventures for the casino, such as charcuterie made

sinfully delicious innovation, ameliorates a 30-ounce, bone-in ribeye. And

on-site and dishes like thick-cut bacon hung on a mini clothesline over a

the porterhouse for two faultlessly matches with black garlic cream, made

skillet of cornbread to soak up the drippings.

through the process of “aging” the garlic for weeks to develop a sweet flavor.

When it comes to the steaks, why fix what isn’t broken? The chefs prac-

Enjoy another perfect pairing at the restaurant’s Steak and Smoke event April

tice full animal butchering and dry-age the cuts for a minimum of 21 days.

5, when guests can sip fine whiskies, puff high-end cigars, and savor bites on

The sauces, however, have undergone an upheaval. Bone marrow flan, a

NYY’s outdoor terrace. Coconut Creek (954-935-6699, nyysteak.com) — L.P.

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A BUYER’S MARKET At Salute Market in Palm Beach Gardens, co-owner Michelle Lefkow-

itz has taken a radical approach to wine marketing. The space consists of a wine shop, bar, and restaurant; customers are encouraged to purchase bottles at retail prices and enjoy them with lunch or dinner. If you’re consuming the wine on-site, the corkage fee is $15 for bottles under $50 and $20 for all others. “Our accountant wasn’t happy with us at first,” Lefkowitz says, “but we’re selling more wine as a result.” The strategy, which gradually evolved after Salute opened in July 2015,

Oenophiles will appreciate Salute’s selection of hard-to-find wines, such as Lail Vineyards Sauvignon Blanc from Napa, at retail prices.

is decidedly consumer-friendly. As an example, Sonoma Cutrer Chardonnay is $26, or $41 with corkage. A nearby restaurant sells the wine for $58. Savings escalate as diners go up the price scale. The list consists of 125 low-production selections, most of which aren’t available in retail stores. Many of the wines emerge in Salute’s weekly series of Wednesday tastings and are put on the list by popular demand. “Our customers are true wine lovers,” says Lefkowitz. “They have cellars, they buy wine, and

wA selective guide to Palm Beach-area restaurants they know what it costs. They’re really the ones who have built the wine list by telling us what they like.” (561-425-5651, salute2u.com) —Mark Spivak

THE LISTINGs

The Palm Beach County dining scene has something for everyone, from funky burger bars and gastropubs to the glam style of iconic Palm Beach lounges. Here, find a listing of area standouts, organized by cuisine type, with descriptions, contact information, and price details for each. What the icons mean: $ $$ $$$

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Dinner entrees under $10 Most entrees $10-$25 Most entrees $25 or more Featured in The PBI Awards

While not all-inclusive due to space limitations, our dining listings may vary every month and are constantly updated to showcase the culinary diversity of the area. Find more information on local dining options on palmbeachillustrated.com.

NOTICE TO RESTAURATEURS: The establishments listed and their descriptions are printed at the discretion of the editors of Palm Beach Illustrated. They are not a form of advertisment, nor do they serve as a restaurant review. For more information, email editorial@palmbeachmedia.com

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32 EAST Chef John Thomas now commands the kitchen at this hot spot that boasts a revolving menu suffused with unexpected flavors. 32 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (561-276-7868, 32east.com) $$$ AB&G Located at the Four Seasons Resort, the casual beachfront restaurant serves gourmet street food inspired by global seaside locations. 2800 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach (561-582-2800, fourseasons.com) $$ AVOCADO GRILL This small but lively resto packs flavorful Florida-Caribbean bites. 125 Datura St., West Palm Beach (561-623-0822); 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens Ave., Palm Beach Gardens (561766-2430, avocadogrillwpb.com) $$ BELLE & MAXWELL’S This charming eatery on Antique Row serves bistro dishes in comfortable surroundings. 3700 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (561-832-4449, belleandmaxwells.com) $ BUCCAN Chef Clay Conley offers a wide-ranging menu of small plates that changes with the seasons. 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach (561-833-3450, buccanpalmbeach.com) $$ CAFÉ CHARDONNAY Chef-owner Frank Eucalitto has augmented the menu with influences from Latin America and Asia. 4533 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (561-627-2662, cafechardonnay.com) $$$ CITY CELLAR WINE BAR AND GRILL A fixture of the CityPlace dining scene, City Cellar offers

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hearth-baked pizza, dry-aged steaks, fresh pasta, and seafood. 700 S. Rosemary Ave., West Palm Beach (561-366-0071, citycellarwpb.com) $$ COOLINARY CAFE Chef-owner Tim Lipman uses surprising ingredients to cook up fresh, creative cuisine. 4650 Donald Ross Road, Suite 110, Palm Beach Gardens (561-249-6760, coolinarycafe.com) $$ COOPER’S HAWK WINERY & RESTAURANTS A Napa-style tasting room greets diners at this Illinoisbased chain, where dishes like red wine–braised short ribs are listed beside the bin number of its perfect Cooper’s Hawk wine pairing. 3101 PGA Blvd., inside The Gardens Mall, Palm Beach Gardens (561-209-8466, coopershawkwinery.com) $$ ENTRE NOUS BISTRO Chef Jason Laudenslager fuses home-style cooking with gourmet fare, offering freshness and consistency. 123 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach (561-863-5883, entrenousbistro.com) $$$ FARMER’S TABLE Committed to clean eating, this farm-to-table establishment sources sustainable ingredients to produce butter-free dishes like kale hummus. 1901 N. Military Trail, Boca Raton (561-4175836, farmerstableboca.com) $$ FRIES TO CAVIAR GARDEN BISTRO & BAR Craveable flavors and exquisite products combine at Fries to Caviar, where chef Jimmy Mills shows off his technical skills and knack for crafting unusual plates. 6299 N. Federal Hwy., Boca Raton (561-617-5965, friestocaviar.com) $$$

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ECHO The Asian restaurant of The Breakers offers dishes from the cuisines of China, Japan, Thailand, and Vietnam, thoughtfully conceived and brilliantly executed. 230A Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach (561802-4222, echopalmbeach.com) $$$ IMOTO Influenced by his experience in Tokyo, James Beard-nominated chef Clay Conley presents small Asian bites and a sushi menu that tempts all senses. 350 S. County Road, Palm Beach (561-833-5522, imotopalmbeach.com) $$

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Daphne Nikolopoulos, Editor in Chief Perched in a picturesque courtyard within Via Mizner, Pizza al Fresco, with its Mediterranean blue umbrellas and decorative fountains, elicits thoughts of dining on the Amalfi Coast. The wood-burning brick oven pizza is as Italian as the ambience. Though every pie is worth sampling, the star is the Al Fresco, made with tomato and mozzarella and topped with fresh arugula, slices of prosciutto, and shaved parmesan—like a salad and a pizza in one. The traditional thin crust is divine, but the gluten-free is surprisingly good. Palm Beach (561-832-0032, pizzaalfresco.com)

Mary Murray, Managing Editor There’s so much to love about Grato, chef Clay Conley’s charming trattoria on South Dixie Highway. Here, diners can belly up to the pizza bar to watch their pies created in real time and cooked to crispy perfection in the wood-fired oven. Vegetarians should opt for the mushroom pizza, which swaps out a traditional tomato sauce for a mushroom-puree base layered with fontina, spinach, and sundried tomatoes. Carnivores tend to crave the Italian sausage option topped with pepperoncini to add a punch of acidity. West Palm Beach (561-404-1334, gratowpb.com)

Scuola Vecchia Mark Spivak, Wine & Spirits Editor Scuola vecchia means “old school,” and this Atlantic Avenue storefront is a bastion of authentic Neapolitan pizza. The wood-burning oven was sourced from Italy, as is the flour and the San Marzano tomatoes. Try the Regina Margherita: imported freshwater bufala mozzarella, cherry tomatoes, light tomato sauce, extra virgin olive oil, and basil on a crisp, thin crust. Delray Beach (561-865-5923, scuolavecchiapizzeria.com)

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GARY RACK’S FARMHOUSE KITCHEN Seasonal fare and farm-fresh ingredients reign supreme at this healthy hangout. 204 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (561-266-3642); 399 S.E. Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton (561-826-2625, farmhousekitchenboca.com) $$ GREASE BURGER BAR Of the gourmet burgers on the menu, we recommend The PB Illustrated “A-List” burger, topped with mozzarella, red and yellow tomatoes, radicchio, pesto, and a balsamic glaze. 213 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (561-651-1075, greasewpb.com) $ HOWLEY’S This circa-1950 diner was resurrected in 2004 and today serves tried-and-true classics in nostalgic surrounds. 4700 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (561-833-5691, sub-culture.org/howleys) $ IAN’S TROPICAL GRILL Known for his inventive menu, chef Eric Grutka slings out delicacies like s’mores made with Sriarcha marshmallows. 2875 S.E. Ocean Blvd., Stuart (772-334-4563, ianstropicalgrill.com) $$ MAX’S HARVEST Support the local farming economy while enjoying full-flavored Florida wine at Dennis Max’s farm-to-fork eatery. 169 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (561-381-9970, maxsharvest.com) $$ RACKS DOWNTOWN EATERY + TAVERN Located in Mizner Park, Racks serves inventive fare like grassfed burgers and wood-fired pizza. 402 Plaza Real, Boca Raton (561-395-1662, racksboca.com) $$ REBEL HOUSE An eclectic atmosphere and fun menu make Rebel House a favorite on the Boca dining scene. 297 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (561-353-5888, lifetastesbetter.com) $$ THE REGIONAL South Florida celebrity chef Lindsay Autry’s newest restaurant pairs her southern roots with her love of Mediterranean flavors. 651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (561-5576460, eatregional.com) $$$ SURI Suri puts a decadent spin on classic tapas. 707 Lake Ave., Lake Worth (561-249-7436); 13410 Southshore Blvd., Wellington (561-795-0080, surirestaurant.com) $$ SYBARITE PIG Visitors to this hidden gem come for the beer but stay for the finger food. 20642 State Road 7, Boca Raton (561-883-3200, sybaritepig.com) $ TRUE Baltimore native Frank Hawkins turns out the best crab cakes south of Charm City. 147 S.E. 1st Ave., Boca Raton (561-417-5100, truebocaraton.com) $$

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123 Datura Liz Petoniak, Senior Editor The pizza at popular late-night hangout 123 Datura, a project of Nick Coniglio, Ned Grace, and Rick Aurigemma, pulls inspiration from the pies at Aurigemma’s Manhattan haunt, 310 Bowery. Even in South Florida, it exceeds New York’s high pizza standards. Order the Grandma, a combo of tomato sauce, Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, olive oil, fresh basil, and mozzarella, baked to a crisp on a square sheet pan. The fluffy, garlicky crust and the addition of salty, smoky pecorino cheese take this classic to a new level. West Palm Beach (561-814-5433, 123datura.com)

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SHAKSHUKA FOR BRUNCH Q & A WITH CHEF DAVID VALENCIA ON COSTA'S POPULAR BRUNCH DISH. BY SAMUEL THORNHILL Q. We're starting to hear a lot of buzz about the "Shakshuka", but what exactly is it? It's one of the most versatile dishes from the Mediterranean and Middle Eastern regions. It’s an amazing dish composed of tomatoes, peppers, chilis, fresh herbs, spices, and eggs baked in a cast iron pan. Q. Flavors of the Mediterranean take center stage at Costa. How do you spice up your version of the Shakshuka? As if you can’t already tell, I love bold flavors. For our Shakshuka, I use a custom blend of smoked Spanish paprika, fresh ground cumin seed, coriander seed, espelette pepper, and Aleppo pepper–which I mix in house. Q. What are your other popular Brunch dishes that guests are raving about? My take on shrimp and grits is to die for. Blackened grilled shrimp, creamy Parmesan white grits, a Parmesan emulsion packed with flavor bombs, a 63 Degree Celsius Egg (the perfect egg), black garlic purée umami, and of course, crispy chorizo. To sop it all up you get some amazing grilled country bread seasoned with Za’atar and fresh parsley. PHOTOGRAPHED BY LIBBY VOLGYES

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DAYANE'S BISTRO Named after chef Riad Mesroua’s wife, this resto offers classic Southern French fare for breakfast, lunch, and dinner in both a relaxing outdoor garden and an elegant dining room. 516 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth (561-533-0840, dayanesbistro.com) $$ LA NOUVELLE MAISON Savor the light and delicate cooking of chef Gregory Howell and indulge in the artful and hedonistic desserts from acclaimed pastry chef Stephanie Steliga. 455 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (561-338-3003, lnmbocaraton.com) $$$ THE PARISIAN Located in Jupiter, this charming French brasserie presents culinary staples like coq au vin and elegant desserts worth saving room for. 201 N. US Hwy. 1, Jupiter (561-360-2224, theparisianrestaurant.com) $$ PISTACHE FRENCH BISTRO Presenting French bistro bites with a Mediterranean twist. Light and elegant dishes blend with rustic country favorites on the classic menu. 101 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach (561833-5090, pistachewpb.com) $$

AVANT This new art-inspired eatery in Delray Beach boasts a diverse menu ranging from sticky beef ribs to drunken mussels. 25 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (561-921-8687, avantdelray.com) $$$ RHYTHM CAFÉ Located on Antique Row, this West Palm Beach staple offers internationally inspired comfort food. 3800A S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (561-833-3406, rhythmcafe.cc) $$

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CAFÉ BOULUD Steps from Worth Avenue, this sophisticated four-star restaurant boasts the same French flair as its famed Manhattan cousin. 301 Australian Ave., Palm Beach, in the Brazilian Court Hotel (561-655-6060, cafeboulud.com) $$ CHEZ L’ÉPICIER With roots in Montreal, Chez L’Épicier brings the wonders of FrenchCanadian dining to Palm Beach. 288 S. County Road, Palm Beach (561-508-7030, chezlepicier.com) $$$

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FEEDING PHILANTHROPY The PBI Award–winning Taste of the Nation Palm Beach returns to the Kravis Center’s Cohen Pavilion April 5, bringing with it an unreal spread of the area’s top culinary talent to support No Kid Hungry. Attendees will mingle with fellow foodies and chefs while sampling gourmet bites from more than 40 restaurants, including new eateries such as Brick & Barrel and Mazie’s, chef Eric Baker’s latest outpost. Craft cocktails from winners of The Shake Up, a charitable competition among local bartenders, and hand-picked wines from master sommelier Virginia Philip will be flowing. In the center of it all sits the VIP lounge with offerings from the event’s chef co-chairs, Zach Bell, Clay Conley, Julien Gremaud, Tim Lipman, and Lindsay Autry, who recently received her first James Beard Award nomination. Guests will also have the chance to win epicurean experiences and an “instant wine cellar” of more than 100 quality bottles, all to end child hunger, which affects one in five Florida kids. West Palm Beach (tasteofthe nation.org/palmbeach) —L.P.

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KABUKI For an intimate night out, come here for traditional and modern sushi in a dimly lit and sexy environment. 308 N. Clematis St., West Palm Beach (561833-6349); 5080 PGA Blvd., Suite 105, Palm Beach Gardens (561-776-8778, kabukiwpb.com) $ NITROGEN BAR, GRILL, AND SUSHI This Jupiter outpost features a speakeasy-style bar, impeccable rolls, and innovative hot dishes. 6779 W. Indiantown Road #18, Jupiter (561-972-2944, nitrogen.com) $$ PALM SUGAR Palm Sugar brings authentic street food from the kitchens of Asia. 340 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (561-820-9206, palmsugarwpb.com) $$ TALAY THAI CUISINE Chef Charlie Soo creates beautifully traditional Thai and Japanese dishes. 7100 Fairway Drive, Palm Beach Gardens, in the LA Fitness Center (561-691-5662, thaipalmbeachgardens.com) $$ YAMA Veteran sushi master Yama Yamamoto prepares raw and cooked Japanese dishes, Korean barbecue, and Thai curries. 200 NE 2nd Ave. #110, Delray Beach (561-266-9929, yamadelray.com) $$

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BRULÉ BISTRO A high-end gastropub with French and American dishes, this Pineapple Grove outpost draws regulars for creative cocktails and cuisine like ginger chicken meatballs. 200 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (561-274-2046, brulebistro.com) $$ SIX TABLES There really are only six tables and 24 seats under the watchful eye of chef-owner Jon Fyhrie. 112 N.E. 2nd St., Boca Raton (561-347-6260, sixtables arestaurant.com) $$$

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123 DATURA This fun hangout serves sharable versions of Italian favorites, like nonna’s meatballs and pizza-style sandwiches. 123 Datura St., West Palm Beach (561-8145433, 123datura.com) $$ BICE Fine dining at its best. Homemade pastas, excellent service, and tiramisu will make you feel like Italy isn’t so far away. 313 Worth Ave., Palm Beach (561-835-1600, bice-palmbeach.com) $$$ CAFÉ FLORA Located in a garden courtyard off Worth Avenue, Café Flora presents Tuscan delicacies in a charming setting. For a picture-perfect evening, enjoy a glass of wine under the stars. 240 Worth Ave., Palm Beach (561-514-4959, cafeflorapalmbeach.com) $$$ CUCINA PALM BEACH After indulging in classic Italian dishes, clear your table for the nightclub. Suddenly, you’ll notice the disco ball above the bar that was hanging there the whole time. 257 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (561-655-0770, cucinapalmbeach.com) $$$ LA SIRENA This Northern Italian beauty focuses on the cooking of the Amalfi Coast. Specialties include yellowtail snapper for two and the 16-ounce veal chop. 6316 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (561-585-3128, lasirenaonline.com) $$ LOUIE BOSSI’S This beloved addition to the Boca dining scene specializes in sharable Italian favorites, like homemade pasta and divine charcuterie. 100 E. Palmetto Park Road, Boca Raton (561-336-6699, louiebossi.com) $$ LYNORA’S A true family affair, Lynora’s excels at modernizing classic Italian dishes. 207 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (561-899-3117); 1548 North US Hwy. 1, Jupiter (561-203-2702, lynoras.com) $$ SANT AMBROEUS Made famous in Manhattan, Sant Ambroeus pairs the essence of Old World Milan with fine dining, resulting in a classic menu that complements stylish surrounds reminiscent of a 1950s Italian café. 340 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach (561-2857990, santambroeus.com) $$$ TANZY Presenting creative Italian food, including a parma bar, with American staples like burgers, Tanzy also caters the menu at iPic Theater, meaning you can enjoy your meal and a movie in a leather recliner. 301 Plaza Real, Boca Raton (561-922-6699, tanzyrestaurant.com) $$$

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CHOLO SOY COCINA This taqueria specializes in Ecuadorian-style eats that pack outrageous flavor, like pork tacos topped with pickled pineapple peppers and llapingachos, potato cakes served with corn salsa and aji casero sauce. 3715 S. Dixie Hwy., West Palm Beach (561-619-7018, cholosoy cocina.com) $ EL CAMINO This Atlantic Avenue staple serves Mexican soul food, like brisket quesadillas and carne asado tacos. 15 N.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (561-865-5350, elcaminodelray.com) $$ ROCCO’S TACOS AND TEQUILA BAR Every day is Cinco de Mayo at Rocco Mangel’s high-energy eatery. 224 Clematis St., West Palm Beach (561-6501001); 5090 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (561-623-0127); 110 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (561-808-1100); 5250 Town Center Circle, Boca Raton (561-416-2131, roccostacos.com) $$ UNCLE JULIO’S Bringing Mexican flavors to Mizner Park, Uncle Julio’s prides itself on made-fromscratch classics like flautas and tableside guacamole. 449 Plaza Real, Boca Raton (561-300-3530, unclejulios.com) $$

50 OCEAN The second floor of Boston’s on the Beach houses an elegant restaurant specializing in first-rate seafood and a beautiful brunch. 50 S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach (561-278-3364, 50ocean.com) $$ THE ATLANTIC GRILLE Located in the Seagate Hotel, this restaurant places emphasis on bold and innovative American seafood. See and be seen at the bar and lounge amid aquariums filled with sharks and moon jellies, or dine alfresco in the calm evening breeze. 1000 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (561-665-4900, theatlanticgrille.com) $$$ CHARLEY’S CRAB For a romantic night on the town, come here for exquisite seafood and lovely oceanfront views. 456 S. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach (561659-1500, muer.com) $$$ CITY OYSTER AND SUSHI BAR With a full sushi bar, fresh oysters, and a bakery, City Oyster offers a plethora of options for all tastes. 213 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (561-272-0220, cityoyster delray.com) $$$ COSTA PALM BEACH Sea-centric cuisine with a Mediterranean flair and haute interiors commingle

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at this new Worth Avenue eatery, located in the Esplanade. 150 Worth Ave. #234, Palm Beach (561429-8456, costapb.com) $$$ PB CATCH This contemporary seafood restaurant is the brainchild of Pistache’s Reid Boren and Thierry Beaud, who were craving fresh fish caught locally. 251 Sunrise Ave., Palm Beach (561-6555558, pbcatch.com) $$ THE STATION HOUSE While the clam chowder, Ipswich steamers, and fish dishes are noteworthy, the specialty is perfectly prepared Maine lobster. 233 W. Lantana Road, Lantana (561-801-5000, thestation house.com) $$ TRULUCK’S This specialty crab house features ocean-fresh seafood in imaginative preparations, along with an innovative wine list. 351 W. Plaza Real, Boca Raton (561-391-0755, trulucks.com) $$

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STEAK HOUSE ABE & LOUIE’S In addition to serving outstanding beef, Abe & Louie’s features classic New England seafood dishes. A comprehensive wine list rounds out the experience. 2200 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton (561-447-0024, abeandlouies.com) $$$

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THE CAPITAL GRILLE This successful chain offers classic steak house fare, complemented by a remarkably well-trained staff. A stellar wine portfolio completes the picture. 11365 Legacy Ave., Palm Beach Gardens (561-630-4994); 6000 W. Glades Road, Boca Raton (561-368-1077, thecapitalgrille.com) $$$ CHOPS LOBSTER BAR The extensive menu, featuring a collection of steak and seafood options, is complemented by an equally interesting wine list. 101 Plaza Real S., Boca Raton (561-395-2675, buckheadrestaurants.com) $$$ CUT 432 This modern steak house has a hip, high-energy environment. Executive chef Jarod Higgins is a believer in “innovation without overcomplication,” and his food is paired with excellent wines. 432 E. Atlantic Ave., Delray Beach (561-2729898, cut432.com) $$$ FIFTH AVENUE GRILL Using only the finest aged beef from Allen Brothers, Fifth Avenue presents succulent offerings in a classy setting. 821 S.E. 5th Ave, Delray Beach (561-265-0122, fifthavenuegrill. restaurant) $$ FLAGLER STEAKHOUSE Operated by The Breakers, this elegant steak house offers handselected cuts of American beef in a country club

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setting. 2 S. County Road, Palm Beach (561-6598488, flaglersteakhousepalmbeach.com) $$$ NEW YORK PRIME This steak house has it all: firstrate raw materials, flawlessly executed dishes, and tables spaced far enough apart for private conversations. 2350 N.W. Executive Center Drive, Boca Raton (561-998-3881, newyorkprime.com) $$$ NYY STEAK Located in Seminole Casino Coconut Creek, NYY Steak presents five-star seafood and steak offerings in an atmosphere that honors one of baseball’s finest teams, the New York Yankees. 5550 NW 40th St., Coconut Creek (954-9776700, nyysteak.com) $$$ OKEECHOBEE STEAK HOUSE Credited as the oldest steak house in Florida, the Okeechobee Steak House opened in 1947 and has been an institution ever since. Its biggest draw is its free New York strip steak birthday dinner. 2854 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (561-683-5151, okeesteakhouse.com) $$$ POLO AT THE COLONY The menu features classics such as steak tartare and Lobster Newburg, while the Carleton Varney-decorated dining room is wallpapered with polo photography by Harry Benson. 155 Hammon Ave., Palm Beach (561-6555430, thecolonypalmbeach.com) $$$

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RUTH’S CHRIS STEAK HOUSE Ruth’s Chris is a classic American dining experience, offering large portions of high-quality ingredients and specialty dishes. 651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach (561-514-3544); 225 N.E. Mizner Blvd., Boca Raton (561-392-6746); 661 U.S. Hwy. 1, North Palm Beach (561-863-0660, ruthschris.com) $$$ SALT 7 Steak is the top draw at this late-night favorite, but make sure to savor the truffle mac and cheese as well as sashimi, specialty sushi rolls, and raw bar bites. 32 S.E. 2nd Ave., Delray Beach (561274-7258, salt7.com) $$$ STONEWOOD GRILL AND TAVERN At once casual and classy, Stonewood presents a savory menu in an intimate setting. Start with the bruschetta and end with the chocolate bread pudding. 10120 Forest Hill Blvd., Wellington (561-784-9796, stonewoodgrill.com) $$ III FORKS This remarkable destination executes each detail to perfection, doing an equally fine job with both USDA Prime beef and fresh seafood. The elegant bar and lounge create a trendy atmosphere for this modern evolution of the classic steak house. 4645 PGA Blvd., Palm Beach Gardens (561630-3660, 3forks.com) $$$

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he nonalcoholic cocktail has come of age. Mocktails, as they’re frequently called, have been with us forever in various forms. They may be as basic as a Shirley Temple or as familiar as a virgin strawberry daiquiri, but the absence of booze is the common denominator. For bartenders and servers, the mocktail is an upsell: Rather than a customer who spends $2 for a Coke, that same patron can indulge in a $5-$6 nonalcoholic cocktail and thus ease the financial pain teetotalers inflict on restaurants and bars. And, after the craft cocktail explosion of the 1990s emphasized connoisseurship over inebriation, mocktails became more sophisticated. The world of nonalcoholic drinks recently catapulted into hyperspace with the invention of Seedlip. It started when Englishman Ben Branson

stumbled on a copy of The Art of Distillation, the 1651 classic by John French. To his surprise, many of the early distillates were alcohol-free concoctions made and consumed for their health benefits. Branson began experimenting, and eventually came up with the world’s first true nonalcoholic spirit (or, as they call it, “what to drink when you’re not drinking”). There are two varieties of Seedlip, Spice 94 and Garden 108. The former is a blend of Jamaican all spice, cardamom, oak, lemon, grapefruit, and cascarilla; the latter combines peas, hay, spearmint, rosemary, and thyme. These elements are distilled separately in copper pot stills before blending, filtering, and dilution—virtually the identical process someone would follow to make any other white spirit. Both are completely free of alcohol, sugar, and calories.

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When it comes to artisan mocktails, the response has been dramatic. Upscale hotel bars, where customers spend freely on food and drink, are the epicenter of the high-end virgin cocktail movement. At London’s Dandelyan, named the World’s Best Cocktail Bar in the 2017 Tales of the Cocktail Spirited Awards, bartender Ryan Chetiyawardana is offering drinks such as the Million Dollar Smile (Seedlip Spice, roasted sweet potato, off-cut cordial, and grass) and Peach Cider (Seedlip Garden, peach reduction, and peanut oil). The American Bar at The Savoy Hotel serves five options including the Garden of England (Seedlip Spice, cranberry juice, lime juice, coffee tonic, and Potash Farm roasted hazelnut syrup). The trend is catching on in America, too, at venues such as Redbird in Los Angeles and the legendary Bemelmans Bar at New York’s Carlyle Hotel. Other rarified destinations serving Seedlip include The French Laundry in Napa and Atelier Crenn in San Francisco, along with NoMad, The Dead Rabbit, and Eleven Madison Park in Manhattan. The folks at Seedlip recommended trying their products in a highball with Indian tonic, so I complied. The Spice 94

has a deep, fragrant nose, and when combined in a cocktail the taste is herbal and refreshing, with a touch of mint on the finish. Garden 108 exudes aromas of freshly chopped salad. In a highball, the garden peas are the dominant flavor, along with herbal accents and delightful vegetable notes. Many of the country’s hippest eateries, such as Seedlip ($40-$45 for a 700Redbird in L.A. (above), ml bottle) is currently stocked are incorporating Seedlip into their mocktails. at select locations of Dean & Deluca and Terrain, but is also available nationwide at food52.com and seedlip drinks-us.com. Distill Ventures, an entrepreneurial branch of the wine and spirits giant Diageo, made a minority investment in Seedlip in 2016. It marked the first time in Diageo’s 257-year history that the company got involved in a nonalcoholic product—further proof the world is changing. «

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Home Luxe materials and modern accents commingle in this sophisticated yet unstuffy Jupiter living room from Lorraine RogersBolton of Rogers Design Group. “This warm, inviting room was created by building a mahogany wall unit, whose columns continue on to the ceiling [for] architectural continuity,” explains Rogers-Bolton. The granite fireplace is a strong aesthetic counterpoint within the custom built-in, while the Kravet club chairs and the sofa by Hickory Chair provide ample areas from which to watch the flames flicker. On a more micro level, the bunching cocktail table from Schnadig’s Caracole program and the crystal lamps by Visual Comfort lend a sculptural intrigue to the space. Adds Rogers-Bolton, “The light upholstered furniture creates a great contrast against the silver-gray silk rug, and all the colors combine in the side panels that flank the sliding glass doors overlooking the water view.” Palm Beach Gardens (561-799-2545, rogersdesign.com) —Mary Murray

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and there are endless possibilities to choose from, which can be overwhelming for a client.” The Keys to Success: “The powder room is frequently used by guests, so you want it to look impressive. Finding a collection of unique finishes and furnishings that people don’t see often is important.” The “In” Elements: “I like to use a decorative vanity with a free-hanging, vintage mirror. I also prefer to use a small chandelier or lantern either over the sink or in the center of the room, rather than wall sconces. Marble mosaic flooring is another detail I often employ. It’s a small space, so you can use intricate mosaics without looking too busy.”

The Designer: Jennifer Knowles, Knowles Design, Boca Raton (561-395-9898, knowlesdesignstudio.com) The Hurdles: “It is my experience that this is the one room in the house [with] the fewest challenges. Clients seem more prone to trying something a bit daring. They want this room to be a statement, and that frees up some of the restrictions

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The Designer: Joy Ross Dabill, Joy R. Dabill Interior Design, Jupiter (561-818-7002, joyrossdabill.com) The Hurdles: “Narrowing down which wallpaper, vanity, flooring, mirror, and light fixture to put in the room is the biggest challenge because there are so many amazing choices. A powder room is a great opportunity to do something creative,

you may have in other rooms. The only minor challenge is that sometimes these rooms can be small, and therefore require a little creativity from a spatial-planning perspective.” The Keys to Success: “I love either a big, bold paper, or a deep, bold, moody color for a powder room. Also, an interesting sink and/or vanity. This is the place to transform a beautiful chest into a vanity through some simple modifications, or try one of the beautiful, leggy, stone-topped designs from Palmer Industries.” The “In” Elements: “Designers are embracing big, bold prints in wallpaper to create a dramatic statement in powder rooms. They are typically the smallest room in the house, but the one room that truly requires the right balance of impact and elegance, and wallpaper is the key, as there isn’t too much else to fight it. Undermount sinks can also be impactful. I’ve used some recently in polished nickel. The undermount application allows for more counter space, but the polished nickel finish also allows for the sink to feel special.” «

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SQUARE ROOTS The cobalt blue tiles of the Iberian Peninsula find new life as gorgeous tableware thanks to Juliska’s Iberian Journey napkins ($15 each). T is for Table, Palm Beach Gardens (561-7999733, tisfortable.com)

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BLUE EYED Piper Gonzalez of Piper Gonzalez Designs used tile as the exclamation point for this sleek kitchen design statement. “The goal of this kitchen was to be clean and simple, while giving a slight nod toward nautical,” says Gonzalez. “To achieve this, I used Sherwin Williams Greek Villa on the perimeter cabinets, Sherwin Williams Naval on the contrasting island, and Cambria Whitecliff quartz countertops. The horizontal stripe on the barstools adds a playful touch, but the showstopper is the backsplash. Each scallop was hand cut from a custom color blend of Murano glass by Allison Eden Studios, for what I believe is a stunning result.” West Palm Beach (561-635-6623, piper gonzalezdesigns.com)

TABLE TALK This Julia Buckingham coffee table ($2,499) for Global Views is the perfect marriage of form and function, with a radiant mosaic offset by an antique gold-finished base. Neiman Marcus, Palm Beach, Boca Raton (561-805-6150, 561-417-5151, neimanmarcus.com) BEACHY KEEN Featuring layered capiz shell tiles against crystal details, the Uttermost Aden lamp ($284) brings the allure of shell collecting to home design. Capitol Lighting locations (800-5444846, capitol lighting.com)

WONDER WALL West Elm’s Fading Tile Mosaic Mural wallpaper ($399 for a six-panel set that covers 12 feet by 8 feet), with its vibrant honeycomb print, gives reticent walls a dynamic voice. West Elm, Palm Beach Gardens (561-799-2407, westelm.com)

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“Thirty years is a long time in any market. You learn a

about why he chose to list with Paul. “I am in a pro’s hands

lot,” Paul Thomson said of his time selling homes on the

with Paul. He’s an extraordinarily respectful, gracious,

water in Palm Beach Gardens, North Palm Beach and

honest guy who specializes in waterfront branding where

Juno Beach. An agent with Waterfront Properties & Club

I live. He understands the community, he knows the value

Communities for all that time, Thomson called longevity

of every property, and he only brings qualified buyers

and specialization two key advantages he brings sellers

through the door.” Ron continued, “The reach Paul’s

and buyers in the area.

company has to buyers outside of Palm Beach County is equally impressive. For example, the day Paul listed my

“After this long, there isn’t much I don’t know about the

home, and before it even went public on the MLS, his

market, down to the homes and the water behind them.

marketing team put it in the inboxes of more than 8,000

I’ve seen the neighborhoods change. I know the values

buyers from around the world who had already exhibited

and the ‘why’ behind the values.” Thomson downplayed

interest in my home’s location and price range. That’s

what others have called his encyclopedic knowledge of

incredible.”

the area, saying, “All I’ve done is live it. I didn’t read a book.”

Paul credited Waterfront’s best in class resources as a big factor in his consistently selling a record number of homes

The advantages Thomson’s knowledge brings sellers

each year in his market. “I’ve been here since 1988.

and buyers include speed to transaction and an “eyes

Every year, we’ve evolved and improved to stay ahead

wide open” view of the local real estate market and

of the industry.” Nowhere is this better evidenced than in

their property’s place in it. This can be an offensive and a

Waterfront’s internationally-recognized digital marketing

defensive position of strength. “Sellers and buyers both

and award-winning global exposure real estate websites.”

benefit when they know all the details of the home, the

In 2017, Waterfront received the Best Website Innovation

property and the market’s economic realities,” Thomson

award from LRE®, a group of 130,000 brokers from 70

said. “Likewise, I help them avoid potential trouble.

countries. Waterfront websites expose sellers’ properties

I provide all the information to make fully informed

to thousands of visitors every day.

decisions.” Waterfront Properties Owner Rob Thomson said this Scott Sharp has benefited directly from Paul’s deep well of

of Paul, “My brother is a confident guy. He puts in the

expertise. “Paul Thomson has been showing me houses

work and he knows it. Numbers don’t lie. But, he’s also

since I first moved to the Jupiter area 16 years ago. Not

incredibly humble.” Rob added, “What I hear most is that

only did he grow up on these waters, but he has closely

he does what he says.”

watched and been a part of the area’s development and growth into the jewel that it is. On top of that, he’s a great

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SUPERFOOD FEVER In 2008—a pre-kale, -quinoa, and -kombucha time when bland iceberg lettuce salads were the healthiest option on most menus—restaurateur Sam Fox and Dr. Andrew Weil, a leading voice in the field of integrative medicine, set out to introduce the American palate to nourishing meals with mass appeal. Their concept, True Food Kitchen, forged a dining experience where healthy and delicious are synonymous with a menu based on Dr. Weil’s anti-inflammatory food pyramid. The diet emphasizes consuming healthy fats and antioxidant-rich superfoods that lessen inflammation in the body, hypothesized to be at the root of the increasing prevalence of cancer and neurological diseases. At True Food

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Kitchen, now open in Boca Raton, dishes like the grilled salmon with cilantro pumpkin seed pesto and the ancient grains bowl with miso-glazed sweet potatoes, turmeric, grilled portobellos, charred onions, snow peas, avocado, and hemp seeds aim to reconnect guests with the source of their food. Prep cooks chop up seasonal, organic produce in plain sight of the dining room; all beef is grass-fed; cocktails are made with freshpressed fruit and organic spirits; and most desserts are vegan. Restaurant trends come and go, but 10 years after opening its first location, this chain proves one thing remains constant: Transparency and feel-good food never go out of style. (561-419-8105, truefoodkitchen.com)

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Inflammation Fighters As the link between persistent inflammation and disease grows stronger, more doctors are prescribing anti-inflammatory foods to combat symptoms associated with multiple sclerosis, arthritis, irritable bowel syndrome, diabetes, and allergies. “The more anti-inflammatory foods we consume, the less likely we are to experience certain chronic health problems,” says Sean Garland, a certified personal trainer at Frenchman’s Reserve Country Club. Garland holds a master’s degree in applied clinical nutrition and employs a holistic method with his clients. Here, he offers six healthy swaps that fight damage-causing free radicals and fuel the body.

White Fish

Cold-Water Fish

Replace cod and haddock with cold-water fish, such as salmon, sardines, anchovies, and herring, which are higher in DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid that triggers enzymes that lessen inflammation.

Pecans

Dried herbs have lost many of their health benefits by the time they’re packaged. Chop up fresh cilantro, rosemary, basil, and dill instead to receive these plants’ powerful antioxidants.

Vegetable oil may have a higher burning point for cooking, but olive products contain oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid that has been shown to decrease cholesterol, and phytonutrients that reduce blood pressure.

Tropical Fruits

The nutritional value of pecans doesn’t stand up to that of walnuts, which contain copper, manganese, and ALA, a plant-derived omega-3 fatty acid that may regulate blood sugar and reduce symptoms of diabetic nerve damage.

Dried Herbs

Vegetable Oil

Walnuts

Fresh Herbs

Olive Oil

Berries

Fruits like mangoes and bananas are laden with sugar and carbs, while blueberries, raspberries, blackberries, and strawberries are loaded with the phytonutrients pterostilbene and resveratrol, both known to have potential anticancer effects.

Coffee Coffee may contain antioxidants, but green tea boasts the highest concentration of the catechins EGCG and ECG, which may have antitumor and metabolism-boosting properties.

Green Tea

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Better Bronzing

While living in a beach town means you can bake in the sun year-round, the dangers of too much exposure is enough to make you shift from bake to fake. After testing several sunless tanners, one rose to the top of our list for the most organic ingredients—and best results. Simply Radiant’s Organic Illuminating Natural Self Tanner ($35, youaresim​plyradiant.com) was created by a Texas woman who suffered from eczema and allergies and was inspired to launch a line of handmade, organic beauty products. The tanner includes moisturizing ingredients such as sweet almond oil, avocado oil, Fair Trade coconut oil, green tea extract, and shea butter. There are no parabens, sulfates, phthalates, synthetic dyes, petrochemicals, GMOs, or triclosan; even the DHA, which is what makes the skin change color, is plantderived. Best of all, the result is a natural-looking, sun-kissed tan. While not as fast-drying as other tanning products, this one is certainly worth the wait.

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HOW IMPORTANT IS A “YOUNG LOOK” IN THE WORKPLACE? Of course, the most important thing is the attitude. But then comes looking good. It may be the instinctive perception we get that if someone looks good they also feel good. There are many psychological studies that confirm this “cliche”. Smiling, establishing eye contact and expressiveness are all elements of the “looking good and looking young” paradigm. We have to like each other to work together better - it is as simple as that.

DOES IT MATTER MORE IN CERTAIN INDUSTRIES? The services where there is person-to-person contact are the ones where this matters the most but interpersonal contacts are important in any team, exception made for remote working which is progressively increasing. There is some fruit for thought there as is working remotely or from home an excuse for not looking your best?

IF SOMEONE WANTS TO HAVE A MORE YOUTHFUL APPEARANCE BUT DOESN’T WANT A FACELIFT, WHAT CAN THEY DO? There are many other procedures other than facelift that yield a younger and more attractive look. Of course, there are stages and conditions when a facelift is recommended but there are many other remedies that, when applied appropriately can yield a great result: Botox, fillers, facial implants and skin resurfacing procedures such as CO2 fractionated laser.

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Green Life

All-natural, DIY face masks are an essential for at-home spa days. Local wellness guru Jules Aron returns to the pages of PBI to share a simple remedy for clear, smooth skin from her new book, Fresh & Pure: Organically Crafted Beauty Balms and Cleansers (Countryman Press, $20). “Three powerful ingredients work in harmony in this luxurious sea mask,” says Aron. “The French green clay coaxes out deep toxins. The mineralrich spirulina clears out blemishes and fights free radicals, while the moisturizing coconut oil nourishes and replenishes skin.” (julesaron.com) SEA SIREN MASK (makes 6 masks) 2 oz. French green clay 1 tbsp. spirulina powder 2 tbsp. distilled water 1 tsp. coconut oil

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COURTESY OF MAGNOLIA EDITIONS, OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA

BY MARY MURRAY

Common Thread

Boundless creative freedom can be found in even the most archaic artistic mediums. Take tapestries, for example. Countless cultures employed these textile artworks for various needs, but they primarily rose to prominence in the Middle Ages as an aristocratic status symbol. Noble families would use tapestries for practical purposes, such as to insulate castle walls, and often traveled with them between residences. The Boca Raton Museum of Art ushers this ancient art into the twenty-first century with “Nomadic Murals: Contemporary Tapestries and Carpets,” on display beginning April 23. This new special exhibition seeks to highlight the modern applications and versatility of this technique, in which horizontal (or weft) threads are woven over and under the vertical (or warp) threads to produce an image. In addition to “Nomadic Murals,” the museum will debut two other shows on April 23, one composed of arresting snapshots from twentieth-century street photographer Lisette Model, and another spotlighting the work of pioneering abstract expressionist Nick Carone. (561-392-2500, bocamuseum.org)

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28 Goings On

4 The Science of Invisibility Gala, benefiting South Flor-

1 $100,000 World Cup, Grand Champions Polo Club, Wellington, to April 14, contact for ticket prices. (561-3730073, gcpolo.com)

Swank Farm Easter Sunday Brunch, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $45-$87. (561-202-5648, swankspecialty produce.com) 2 Culture & Cocktails presents “Let Me Entertain You with Daniel Biaggi and Beth Clark,” The Colony, Palm Beach, $65-$85. (561-471-2901, palmbeachculture.com)

ida Science Center and Aquarium, The Breakers, Palm Beach, $500. (561-832-1988, sfsciencecenter.org)

U.S. Open Polo Championship, International Polo Club Palm Beach, Wellington, to April 22, contact for ticket prices. (561-282-5334, ipc.coth.com)

ATTEND A SCREENING OF CENDRILLON AT THE SOCIETY OF THE FOUR ARTS APRIL 28. (561-655-7226, FOURARTS.ORG)

6 Boca Bacchanal, Vintner Dinners, private residences, Boca Raton, $325; also April 7, Boca Bacchanalia, Mizner Park Amphitheater, Boca Raton, $100. (561-395-6766, bocabacchanal.com) 7 BASH Gala, benefiting The Benjamin School, The Club at Admirals Cove, Jupiter, $350. (561-472-3483, thebenjamin school.org) Brew at the Zoo, Palm Beach Zoo, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $37.50. (561-547-9453, palmbeachzoo.org)

Everglades Day, 1916 Courthouse, West Palm Beach, free. (561-832-4164, hspbc.org) Florida Atlantic University President’s Gala, FAU Stadium, Boca Raton, contact for ticket prices. (gala.fau.edu)

5 SEMI-TONED PERFORMS AT THE CREST THEATRE APRIL 5. (561-2437922, OLDSCHOOLSQUARE.ORG)

Jupiter Medical Center Foundation Ball, The Breakers, Palm Beach, $600. (561-263-5728, jmcfoundation.org)

8 Swank Table Vêtu de Blanc, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (561-202-5648, swankspecialtyproduce.com)

THE VERO BEACH MUSEUM OF ART HOSTS A GUITAR EXHIBITION THROUGH MAY 6. (772-231-0707, VEROBEACHMUSEUM.ORG)

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of Palm Beach County, The Breakers, Palm Beach, $450. (561308-3919, bgcpbc.org)

Delray Affair, Old School Square, Delray Beach, to April 15, free. (561-243-7922, oldschoolsquare.org)

14 Beach Cleanup and Earth Day event, Loggerhead Marinelife Center, Juno Beach, free. (561-627-8280, marinelife.org) Food for Thought: An Evening of Great Conversation, benefiting the West Palm Beach Library Foundation, Mandel Public Library, West Palm Beach, $325. (561-868-7715, wpblf.org)

Palm Beach Book Festival, Palm Beach County Convention Center, West Palm Beach, $75-$100. (561-429-4008, palmbeachbookfestival.com)

Swank Master Chef Dinner with Sean Brasel, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee, $160. (561-202-5648, swank specialtyproduce.com)

THIS MONTH, VIEW “BEHOLD, A NEW EDEN” AT ANN NORTON SCULPTURE GARDENS IN WEST PALM BEACH. (561-8325328, ANSG.ORG)

COLLECTION OF EDWARD AND DEBORAH POLLACK

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Lake Trail, Laura Woodward

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2 PICKS GRAND CHAMPIONS POLO CLUB IN WELLINGTON WILL HOST THE $100,000 WORLD CUP, PRESENTED BY AUDI, APRIL 1-14. THIS PRESTIGIOUS POLO TOURNAMENT BOASTS THE RICHEST PRIZE PURSE IN CLUB HISTORY AND WILL FEATURE A ROSTER OF TEAMS WITH 0-TO-26 GOAL RATINGS. (561-373-0073, GCPOLO.COM)

THE STONZEK THEATRE IN LAKE WORTH REFLECTS UPON THE PERSECUTION OF HOMOSEXUALS IN NAZI GERMANY IN BENT, ONSTAGE APRIL 26 TO MAY 6. THIS TONY– NOMINATED PLAY BY MARTIN SHERMAN TELLS THE STORY OF MAX (A PART RICHARD GERE ORIGINATED ON BROADWAY) AS HIS LIFE UNRAVELS FOLLOWING THE NIGHT OF THE LONG KNIVES, AN EVENING IN 1934 WHEN HITLER ORDERED THE EXECUTION OF MEMBERS OF HIS OWN PARTY. (561296-9382, LAKEWORTH PLAYHOUSE.ORG)

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13 Barefoot on the Beach, benefiting Boys & Girls Clubs

Fighting Chance The Foo Fighters have been a part of the American rock conversation for more than 20 years. Front man Dave Grohl skyrocketed to international superstardom as the drummer for groundbreaking grunge group Nirvana before striking out on his own following the 1994 suicide of Kurt Cobain. Playing every instrument and singing every vocal, Grohl recorded an album and named it Foo Fighters. In 1995, he recruited a band under the same moniker and went on tour. The rest is rock and roll history. Last year, the Foo Fighters released their ninth record, Concrete and Gold, which landed on Rolling Stone’s list of the 50 best albums of 2017. On April 26, they’ll arrive at the Coral Sky Amphitheatre in West Palm Beach to perform power-rock earworms like “Learn to Fly” and “Best of You.” (561-7958883, westpalmbeachamphitheatre.com)

Wild & Scenic Film Festival, Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse & Museum, Jupiter, $10. (561-747-8380, jupiterlighthouse.org) 18 Women in Leadership Awards with guest speaker Marilu Henner, benefiting Executive Women of the Palm Beaches Foundation, Cohen Pavilion, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $150. (561-868-7070, ewpb.org)

19 Fork and Cork, benefiting Little Smiles, Legacy Place, Palm Beach Gardens, $50-$75. (561-899-4700, little smilesfl.org)

Go Red for Women Luncheon, benefiting American Heart Association, PGA National Resort and Spa, Palm Beach Gardens, $275. (561-697-6626, pbgored.heart.org)

Enter to win tickets to Fork and Cork at palm beachillustrated. com/contests

20 Heroes in Medicine, benefiting Palm Beach County Medical Society Services, Cohen Pavilion, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, $125. (561-433-3940, pbcms.org)

21 Earth Day Celebration, Daggerwing Nature Center, Boca Raton, free. (561-629-8760, pbcparks.com)

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Agenda Heart & Soul Fest, Historic Northwest District, West Palm Beach, free. (561-822-1550, wpb.org/cra) 22 Earth Day, Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens,

Edgar & Emily, Palm Beach Dramaworks, West Palm Beach, to April 22, contact for ticket prices. (561514-4042, palmbeachdramaworks.org)

6 Arts Dance Generation presents “An Evening of Magic and Dance,” Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth, $10. (561-868-3309, duncantheatre.org)

West Palm Beach, free. (561-832-5328, ansg.org)

2 We’ve Only Just Begun: Carpenters Remembered, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm

Party for the Planet, Palm Beach Zoo, West Palm Beach, free with zoo admission. (561-547-9453, palm beachzoo.org)

Beach, $29. (561-832-7469, kravis.org)

The Fantasticks, Willow Theatre at Sugar Sand Park, Boca Raton, to April 15, $25. (561-347-3948, willow theatre.org)

4 Atlantic Classical Orchestra presents “Masterworks IV: Firebrands and Passions,” Eissey

Harp vs. Harp: Edmar Castaneda and Grégoire Maret Duo, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $30-$45.

Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens, $40-$60. (772-460-0850, atlanticclassicalorchestra.com)

(561-450-6357, artsgarage.org)

$160. (561-202-5648, swankspecialtyproduce.com)

Performances

5 Be Here Now, Theatre Lab, Florida Atlantic Uni-

Swank Table, Swank Specialty Produce, Loxahatchee,

1 Blackout, Delray Beach Playhouse, Delray Beach, to April 8, $30. (561-272-1281, delraybeachplayhouse.com)

Let’s Hang On: Frankie Valli Tribute Show, versity, Boca Raton, to April 22, $35. (561-297-2471, fauevents.com)

Miami City Ballet presents “Program Four,” Paul Mecurio, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm

Brigadoon, The Wick Theatre, Boca Raton, to April 8,

Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Jupiter, also April 7, tickets start at $45. (561-575-2223, jupitertheatre.org)

contact for ticket prices. (561-995-2333, thewick.org)

Beach, to April 8, $20. (561-833-1812, palmbeach improv.com)

Buyer & Cellar, Waxlax Stage, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, to April 8, tickets start at $55. (772-2316990, riversideatheatre.com)

Semi-Toned, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, $55-$65. (561-243-7922, oldschool square.org)

Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to April 8, tickets start at $20. (561-832-7469, kravis.org)

7 Bluegrass in the Pavilion with Blue Highway and the Gibson Brothers, Flagler Museum, Palm Beach, $35. (561-655-2833, flaglermuseum.us)

STUDENT PRODUCTIONS MAY 5 at 7:30PM and MAY 6 at 2PM MAY 18 and 19 at 7:30PM JUNE 22 and 23 at 7:30PM JULY 27 and 28 at 7:30PM

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$27. (561-655-7226, fourarts.org)

11 The Dachau Album: An Interfaith Holocaust Project, Levis JCC Sandler

Slam Allen, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $30-$45.

Center, Boca Raton, $18. (561-558-2520, levisjcc.org)

The Met Opera Live in HD presents Così Fan Tutte, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-

(561-450-6357, artsgarage.org)

8 Chain Reaction, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $30$45. (561-450-6357, artsgarage.org)

Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $20. (561-655-7226, fourarts.org)

9 Max von Essen, Crest Theatre, Old School Square, Delray Beach, also April 10, $57-$72. (561243-7922, oldschoolsquare.org) 10 The Bodyguard the Musical, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, to April 15, tickets start at $28. (561-832-7469, kravis.org)

12 Cellist Andrei Ionita and Pianist Naoko Sonoda, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, West Palm Beach, $50-$75, $5 for students. (561-379-6773, cmspb.org)

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14 The Dancer’s Space presents “Create.Florida.Dance,” Duncan Theatre, Lake Worth, $15-$25. (561-868-3309, duncantheatre.org)

Otis Cadillac and the El Dorados, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $25-$40. (561-450-6357, artsgarage.org)

Symphonic Band of the Palm Beaches presents “Our Stars Shine,” Eissey Campus Theatre,

Oliver!, Lake Worth Play-

Palm Beach Gardens, $20. (561-832-3115, symphonic band.org)

house, Lake Worth, to April 29, $23-$38. (561-5866410, lakeworthplayhouse.org)

15 The Bolshoi Ballet in HD presents Giselle,

13 Che Malambo, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center,

The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$20. (561-655-7226, fourarts.org)

West Palm Beach, also April 14, $32. (561-832-7469, kravis.org)

Mamma Mia!, Stark Stage, Riverside Theatre, Vero Beach, to April 29, tickets start at $35. (772-2316990, riversideatheatre.com)

The Merry Wives of Windsor, Studio One Theatre, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, to April 22, $22. (561-297-2471, fauevents.com)

Dueling Pianos, Maltz Jupiter Theatre, Jupiter, tickets start at $30. (561-575-2223, jupitertheatre.org)

Indian River Pops Orchestra presents “Bound for Broadway,” Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens, $25. (561-207-5900, eissey campustheatre.com)

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Agenda 17 A Chorus Line, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $59-$65; also April 20, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $25. (772-461-4775, sunrisetheatre.com; 561-832-7469, kravis.org)

Palm Beach Symphony presents “Romantic Reflections,” Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $35. (561-832-7469, kravis.org)

18 Chris Botti, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $25; also April 19, Sunrise Theatre, Fort Pierce, $59-$65. (561-832-7469, kravis. org; 772-461-4775, sunrisetheatre.com) Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, ca. 1893 Collection of Edward and Deborah Pollack

19 A Tribute to Jerry Herman, The Wick Theatre, Boca Raton, to May 13, contact for ticket prices. (561-995-2333, thewick.org)

20 L.A. Theatre Works presents The Mountaintop, Rinker Playhouse, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also April 21, tickets start at $35. (561-832-7469, kravis.org) 21 Lynn Philharmonia No. 6, Wold Performing Arts Center, Lynn University, Boca Raton, also April 22, $35-$50. (561-237-7000, events.lynn.edu) The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $35. (561-832-7469, kravis.org)

South Beach Chamber Ensemble, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $30-$45. (561-450-6357, artsgarage.org)

22 The Bolshoi Ballet in HD presents The Flames of Paris, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$20. (561-655-7226, fourarts.org)

A N D T H E C R E AT I O N O F PA L M B E AC H

THROUGH MAY 6, 2018 In association with Edward and Deborah Pollack Fine Art Laura Woodward (1834-1926) was Florida’s most important

Presented by

female artist of the 19th century, one of its greatest publicists,

David Foster, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $20. (561-832-7469, kravis.org) 24 Shen Yun 2018, Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, also April 25, tickets start at $80. (561-832-7469, kravis.org) 25 Palm Beach Gardens Concert Band, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens, $18. (561-207-5900, eisseycampustheatre.com) Violinist Arnaud Sussmann, Cellist Colin Carr, and Pianist Orion Weiss,

and integral to the development of Palm Beach County.

The Breakers, Palm Beach, $195. (561-379-6773, cmspb.org)

She had convinced Henry Flagler to extend his East Coast Railroad and build the Royal Poinciana Hotel which both

Supporting Sponsor

26 Bent, Stonzek Theatre, Lake Worth, to May 6, $23. (561-296-9382, lakeworth playhouse.org)

enabled and attracted tourism to Palm Beach. Foo Fighters, Coral Sky Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (561-795-8883, westpalmbeachamphitheatre.com)

GALLERY AND GARDEN TALKS WEDNESDAYS AT 11 AM AND SUNDAYS AT 2 PM HISTORIC HOME, ARTIST STUDIO AND RARE PALM GARDENS OF ANN WEAVER NORTON 253 Barcelona Road • West Palm Beach, FL 33401 561-832-5328 • www.ansg.org • Gallery Hours: Wed-Sun, 10 am - 4 pm Non-member admissions: $15 adults, $10 seniors, $7 students

27 Kevin Nealon, Palm Beach Improv, West Palm Beach, also April 28, $25. (561-833-1812, palmbeachimprov.com) 28 Boca Ballet Theatre presents “Spring Ball,” Countess de Hoernle Theatre, Boca Raton, also April 29, $30-$40. (561-995-0709, bocaballet.org) Clementine, Eissey Campus Theatre, Palm Beach Gardens, $12. (561-2075900, eisseycampustheatre.com)

Jazz Gals, Arts Garage, Delray Beach, $30-$45. (561-450-6357, artsgarage.org) 184 PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED

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The Delray Beach cultural scene recently welcomed a new power player. Arts Warehouse, an arts incubator run by the Delray Beach Community Redevelopment Agency, aims to offer career support to emerging and mid-level artists. Located in the Pineapple Grove Arts District, the 15,000-square-foot space is made up of studios, a gallery, and classrooms. In addition to rotating exhibitions, Arts Warehouse hosts business-related workshops—such as “Social Media for Creatives” and “Branding on a Budget”—that are open to its artists in residence and the general public. “I hope we truly serve as an authentic arts incubator to help artists become career entrepreneurs,” says manager Jill Brown. Arts Warehouse’s gallery program will also provide ample exposure for artists. For their latest exhibition, entitled “Free on the Inside,” Brown and assistant Grace Gdaniec issued an open call for submissions that interpret the titular concept. The idea originated from an outreach initiative that tries to impart positive communication skills by teaching poetry to those incarcerated in South Florida prisons. This show will feature poems by participating inmates alongside visual artworks. “We thought of a way to showcase their poems, giving them some life,” says Gdaniec, who timed the exhibit to run during National Poetry Month. “Free on the Inside” debuts April 6 as part of Delray’s First Friday Art Walk, and will remain on view all month. (561-330-9614, delraycra.org/artswarehouse)

The Met Opera Live in HD presents Cendrillon, The Society of the Four Arts, Palm Beach, $15-$27. (561-655-7226, fourarts.org)

Yanni, Coral Sky Amphitheatre, West Palm Beach, contact for ticket prices. (561795-8883, westpalmbeachamphitheatre.com)

29 The Black Jacket Symphony presents “The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration,” Dreyfoos Hall, Kravis Center, West Palm Beach, tickets start at $15. (561-832-7469, kravis.org)

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The Choral Society of the Palm Beaches presents “Choral Masterpieces Through the Ages,” Florida Atlantic University Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Auditorium, Jupiter, $10-$25. (561-626-9997, choralsocietypalm beaches.org)

Galleries

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Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, West Palm Beach. “Celebrating Boaz Vaadia (1951-2017),” to April 29; “Behold, A New Eden: Laura Woodward and the Creation of Palm Beach,” to May 20. (561-832-5328, ansg.org)

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Agenda Armory Art Center, West Palm Beach. “All Student Show” and “Armory Faculty Show,” both to April 14; “Dreyfoos Visual Arts-Digital Media Senior Exhibition,” April 21-28. (561-832-1776, armoryart.org)

Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, Lake Worth. “Materio Private Collection” and “Solo Exhibitions: Stephen Alarid and Rita Shapiro,” both to April 21; “Solo Exhibition: Dina Baker Fund Grantee Debra Yates,” April 28 to May 26; “Art & Decor,” to May 12. (561-471-2901, palmbeachculture.com)

Arts Warehouse, Delray Beach. “Free on the Inside,” April 6-30. (561-330-9614, delraycra.org/ artswarehouse)

Flagler Museum, Palm Beach. “Masterfully Human:

Boca Raton Museum of Art, Boca Raton. “Alex

The Art of Gaugengigl,” to April 29. (561-655-2833, flaglermuseum.us)

Katz: Small Paintings,” “Arthur Carter: Sculptures and Drawings,” “Contemporary Photography Forum,” and “Regarding George Ohr: Contemporary Ceramics in the Spirit of the Mad Potter,” all to April 8; “Nick Carone: Shadow Dance,” April 23 to July 29; “Lisette Model: Photographs from the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada” and “Nomadic Murals: Contemporary Tapestries and Carpets,” both April 23 to Oct. 21. (561-392-2500, bocamuseum.org)

Beach. “Flora,” to Sept. 9. (561-243-7922, oldschool square.org)

Discovering Lost Treasures,” to June 30. (561-8324164, hspbc.org)

Rosenbaum Contemporary, Boca Raton. “Alex Katz: Selections from the Collection,” to April 7; “Flower Power,” to April 16. (561-994-9180, rosenbaum contemporary.com) South Florida Science Center and Aquarium,

Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens, Delray Beach. “Nature, Tradition, and Innovation: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics from the Gordon Brodfuehrer Collection,” to April 22. (561-495-0233, morikami.org)

Mounts Botanical Garden, West Palm Beach. “Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea,” to May 31. (561-233-1757, mounts.org)

Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach. “GerCornell Art Museum, Old School Square, Delray

Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum, West Palm Beach. “Shipwreck:

trude Vanderbilt Whitney: Sculpture,” to April 29; “Channeling Immortality: Chinese Scholars’ Rocks,” to May 6. (561-832-5196, norton.org)

West Palm Beach. “Astronaut,” to April 22. (561-8321988, sfsciencecenter.org)

Studio E Gallery, Palm Beach Gardens. “Rusty Wolfe Exhibit,” April 1-30. (561-799-3333, studioe gallery.com)

Vero Beach Museum of Art, Vero Beach. “Medieval to Metal: The Art and Evolution of the Guitar,” to May 6; “Shadow and Light: The Etchings of Martin Lewis,” to May 13; “Paul Outerbridge: New Color Photographs from Mexico and California, 1948-1955,” to June 3. (772-231-0707, verobeachmuseum.org)

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Seen KATRINA LEE, HELENE LORENTZEN

REBECCA VAADIA, SARA VAADIA JASON NEWSTED, AMIR TAL

ANNE MESSER, JEFFREY FISHER

ANN NORTON SCULPTURE GARDENS WHO: ANN NORTON SCULPTURE GARDENS WHAT: “CELEBRATING BOAZ VAADIA” RECEPTION AND EXHIBITION OF THE LATE ARTIST’S WORK WHERE: ANSG, WEST PALM BEACH JENNY GARRIGUES, DAVID MILLER

ROGER WARD, DEBORAH SPONDER

SALLY SOTER, EDWIN AND LARITA GORDON

KARYN LAMB, LISA SCHNEIDER

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NICK KORNILOFF AND PAMELA COHEN DAVID AND BECKY GOCHMAN GAYLE AND PAUL L. GROSS

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Seen ROBIN SCHMID, LINDA SCHINDELE

BARRY AND MARY ANN SEIDMAN

TERRY DUFFY, RENA BLADES

CULTURAL COUNCIL WHO: CULTURAL COUNCIL OF PALM BEACH COUNTY WHAT: ART&CULTURE MAGAZINE LAUNCH AND FORTIETH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION WHERE: CULTURAL COUNCIL, LAKE WORTH

ANGELA REYNOLDS, DAPHNE NIKOLOPOULOS, MARLA DEGRAEVE MICHELLE AND ROBERT KIRSCHNER

MICHELLE FARINA, SANDRA PALMER, LINDA NEWMAN NATHAN SLACK RICK GONZALEZ, BRIGITTE VALBUENA

JACEK PHOTO

JIM AND JUDY MITCHELL

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DEDE PICKERING BOSSIDY, PATTY GARVEY KYLE MAINS, PAUL VAN DER GRIFT, CODY ROBINSON, MITCH THOMPSON

STEVE AND LAURIE GOTTLIEB

PALM BEACH WINTER GAMES

PALM BEACH WINTER GAMES

GREG NORMAN, TIM GANNON

WHO: PALM BEACH WINTER GAMES WHAT: INAUGURAL WINTER GAMES WEEKEND AND “SPORTS NIGHT” GALA WHERE: PRIVATE HOMES AND VARIOUS VENUES IN WEST PALM BEACH AND PALM BEACH

SANDRA SHAW, TIM GANNON

JOANIE VAN DER GRIFT, KATIE PRESSLY

MARIA JIMENEZ, SONNY MAKEN, LUCIANA MASCIOLA JANE SCOTT, CAROL MCCRACKEN, JANE WILLIAMS

ROB BUSHMAN, DAVID AND BETTY SCAFF

DAVE BURKE

WOODY GARDNER, NORA TOBIN

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Seen

SCOTT AND WHITNEY PERKINS JANICE AND PETER BROCK

SHANE AND VANESSA SIMMONS

LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY WHO: LEUKEMIA & LYMPHOMA SOCIETY WHAT: “WILD” BLACK-TIE GALA WHERE: THE BREAKERS, PALM BEACH

SEAN AND ERIN MCGOULD TOMMY AND JODY MORRISON

MARJORIE RENDINA, RICHARD RENDINA

ALLEGRA AND CALIXTO GARCIA-VELEZ IV

NICHOLAS CONIGLIO, TRICIA AND RICHARD RENDINA

JEFF AND CAMERON PRESTON

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CHRISTOPHER AND JENNIFER HARRIS

HERMÉ DE WYMAN MIRO, ELAYNE FLAMM

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BRIAN AND ANDREA HASS, MICHAEL FREDERICK

JULIEN BIGAN, TERRY DUFFY

MICHAEL RIORDAN, DYLAN BROOKS, ADRIENNE PERCIVAL JULIA MURPHY, JULIEN BIGAN

ROCHE BOBOIS WHO: ROCHE BOBOIS AND PALM BEACH ILLUSTRATED WHAT: FRENCH ART DE VIVRE COCKTAIL EVENT WHERE: ROCHE BOBOIS, NORTH PALM BEACH

JACEK PHOTO

ZEYNEP ERKAN, BILL MARONET PASCALE BARRY, GIA MORALES NINA WASSERMAN, CHRIS RHODES

CHARLES FREEMAN, MICHAEL GRATTENDICK, TONY PLAKAS, JAMIE FOREMAN

©2018 Palm Beach Media Group North LLC. All rights reserved. Palm Beach Illustrated [ISSN 1047-5575] [USPS #2489] is published monthly except July by Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Known office of the publication 1000 N. Dixie Hwy., Suite C, West Palm Beach, FL 33401. Periodical postage paid at West Palm Beach, FL, and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Palm Beach Illustrated c/o Palm Beach Media Group North LLC, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL 33480. Subscription price: $54.45 per year. Outside U.S. add $35 per year for postage and handling. Send subscription orders to: Subscription Department, Palm Beach Illustrated, P.O. Box 3344, Palm Beach, FL, 33480, or e-mail circulation@ palmbeachmedia.com, or fax (561) 659-1736. Vol. 66, No. 4, April 2018. Palm Beach Illustrated magazine and Palm Beach Media Group North LLC retain exclusive rights to all editorial and photographic materials used, which cannot be reproduced in any manner without our written consent.

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{Last LOOK}

Janet Pleasants

CAPEHART

Everything that glitters is diamonds in the life of Janet Pleasants, who has worked in the jewelry industry since high school. A certified bench jeweler, she managed the Tiffany & Co. location on Worth Avenue for seven years before accepting a managerial position at Graff Diamonds in Palm Beach. During her tenure, Pleasants has helped many lucky buyers procure priceless pieces; she even aided tennis player Chris Evert in creating a custom diamond necklace to present to rival Martina Navratilova in honor of her eighteenth grand slam win. When she’s not crafting one-of-akind jewels, Pleasants enjoys relaxing at her Palm Beach home with her husband, former Palm Beach chief of police Michael Reiter, and supporting causes like cystic fibrosis and local organizations such as The Society of the Four Arts and the Flagler Museum. —Mary Murray

HERMÈS

FAVORITE FASHION HOUSE Gucci BINGE WATCHES The Crown, The Americans, Homeland MUST-HAVE GADGET My new Amazon Echo Look FAVORITE ESCAPE Capri, Italy HIDDEN TALENT I’m an avid knitter and needle pointer. ON HER WISH LIST A Graff triple butterfly diamond ring SIGNATURE ACCESSORY A multicolored Hermès shawl BUCKET LIST TRIP The Delaire Graff Estate and Vineyards in Stellenbosch, South Africa GO-TO HOSTESS GIFT Lori Jayne embroidered throws PALM BEACH OBSESSION Match, the shoe store at The Breakers

CAPRI, ITALY

GRAFF GUCCI THE DELAIRE GRAFF ESTATE AND VINEYARDS

&

LORI JAYNE

ECHO

What’s Pleasants’ guilty pleasure? Find out at palmbeach illustrated.com/janetpleasants

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