Pride Business Alliance

2018-12-01T12:49:35-05:00By |

Terry Bowie, a resident and specialist in Lake Worth properties, has just become a member of Compass and is involved with their Compass Pride Business Alliance group.   This organization’s mission is to promote a unified and thriving, gay and gay-friendly, business and professional community throughout Palm Beach County. Each year the Alliance publishes a directory of [...]

It’s tea time at Renato’s in Palm Beach

2018-11-01T11:14:47-04:00By |

Palm Beach Daily News By M.M. Cloutier Posted Sep 28, 2018 at 12:01 AM For years, Renato’s in Palm Beach has been known for its fine cuisine and service, but these days, tea drinkers may have noticed something else. The elegant restaurant in the heart of Via Mizner has been offering a luxe tea that commands its own menu. Several blends of Tea Forté are [...]

Café Boulud dinner in Palm Beach to highlight Israeli winery

2018-11-01T11:15:25-04:00By |

Palm Beach Daily News By M.M.Cloutier / Special to the Daily News Posted Oct 13, 2018 at 9:30 AM One of Israel’s most noted Kosher wine producers will be featured at an upcoming dinner event at Café Boulud in Palm Beach. Domaine du Castel Winery, also a key player in Israel’s boutique wine movement, is the focus of the restaurant’s next wine dinner [...]

Stone crab season begins: Where to find them throughout Palm Beach County

2018-11-01T11:15:54-04:00By |

Palm Beach Daily News By Liz Balmaseda Posted Oct 16, 2018 at 7:11 PM Time to get cracking, South Florida. Stone crab season kicked off Monday, which means those plump, sweet claws have now landed at a raw bar near you. Where to find them? Here are some good options. The cost will depend on market prices — they fluctuate throughout the [...]

Move over Pumpkin Spice Latte.

2018-11-01T11:16:33-04:00By |

Palm Beach Daily News By M.M. Cloutier / Special to the Daily News Posted Oct 25, 2018 at 2:13 PM That seasonal drink at Starbucks, including the location in The Esplanade, may get truckloads of buzz every autumn; but now there are other pumpkin-spiked goodies around town, too. Take Piccolo Gelato, 66 Via Mizner: Late last week, the shop introduced pumpkin spice [...]

Palm Beach restaurants: Popular takeout spot in Via Demario reopens for season

2018-11-01T11:16:44-04:00By |

Palm Beach Daily News By M.M. Cloutier / Special to the Daily News Posted Oct 17, 2018 at 9:00 AM Delamar, tucked away in Via Demario. Ever since the café — a cozy spot where business mostly revolves around takeout and delivery — reopened last month, longtime customers and newcomers are enjoying its breakfast and lunch items. Lunch specials, such as chicken mushroom [...]

Palm Beach restaurants: Colony to join other spots in hosting special dinner events

2018-11-01T11:14:18-04:00By |

Palm Beach Daily News By M.M. Cloutier / Special to the Daily News Posted Oct 25, 2018 at 2:01 AM A vegan feast and a single-malt whiskey fête: What do they have in common? They are part of a new dinner series at The Colony. And when the hotel’s Supper Club series starts Nov. 7, it’ll join other Palm Beach restaurants’ series of dinner [...]

Is 25-story waterfront office back on table despite height concern?

2018-10-26T21:04:05-04:00By |

PALM BEACH POST Originally Posted: 8:00 a.m. Saturday, May 05, 2018 WEST PALM BEACH —The battle lines over downtown waterfront development have re-formed. Fresh off last year’s 3-2 defeat of the Okeechobee Business District plan, Mayor Jeri Muoio has told staff to study the rezoning effort again, to help attract desperately needed Class A office construction [...]

Will third try be charm for art movies, apartments at Carefree site?

2018-10-11T15:37:49-04:00By |

Originally Posted: 6:00 a.m. Sunday, August 26, 2018 Highlights West Palm Beach mulls land-use changes that would allow art theater, apartments on old Carefree Theatre site WEST PALM BEACH —Nearly three years since prominent New York developer and part-time Palm Beach resident Charles Cohen bought the West Palm Beach property where the Carefree Theater once stood on South Dixie Highway, the land [...]

Palm Beach to issue up to $60 million in bonds for utility burial

2018-10-11T15:38:10-04:00By |

Originally Posted: 9:30 a.m. Sunday, August 26, 2018   With two lawsuits resolved and a $22.6 million loan nearly spent, Palm Beach is moving forward and will soon issue bonds to finance a bulk of the cost of burying all overhead utility lines on the island. Earlier this month, the Town Council unanimously approved up to $60 million in [...]

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