Stretching between Belvedere and Southern Boulevard on S. Dixie HWY, and being home to over 40 antique shops, Antique Row has grown to become one of the jewels of West Palm Beach.
Evening on Antique Row
Evening on Antique Row, the signature fundraising event benefiting the Young Friends of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County, will be held Saturday, March 4, 2017, in partnership with the Antique Row Association.
The event closes to vehicles Dixie Highway between Southern Boulevard and Monroe Drive, allowing visitors to explore the area’s unique shops, which stay open late to tempt attendees with 17th- to 20th-century antiques, decorative arts, fine art, and design services.
In addition to luxe shopping, the street festival brings “the Row” to life with live music, entertainment , cocktails, and gourmet food trucks and the area’s best caterers!
Local artists enjoying an Evening on Antique Row
For your Antique and ART needs you can find:
Turquoise Turtle – Iconic Snob Galeries – Palm Beach Vintage – Out of Africa Art Shop – Churchill Galleries – Blue Moon Antiques – Coco House & Company – JF Gallery & Framing – James & Jeffrey Antiques Showrooom – Authentic Provence – ** NEW to ANTIQUE ROW ** Nearly New Store
And MANY more!
General Admission Tickets are $40 in advance and $65 at the door
VIP Tickets are $100 in advance and $125 at the door.
Get your Tickets here
The show has become a hallmark of the Palm Beach social season and has set a benchmark of excellence in the art, antique and jewelry industry. The show is known for bringing thousands of works of art and antiquities from domestic and international galleries, in addition to fabulous antique and estate jewels from many of the world’s elite jewelers. The Palm Beach Show boasts an enviable selection of antiquities and upon its return, will draw tens of thousands of private collectors, museum curators, investors and interior designers who are eager to view and purchase some of the most unique and coveted treasures in the world.
The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show will kick off with an Opening Night Preview Party on Wednesday, February 15th. The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show Opening Night Preview Party has consistently drawn attendees who love art, including museum curators, political dignitaries, collectors and the social elite. The invitation-only evening provides a first-look of the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show offerings before they are available to the public.
Palm Beach County Convention Center
650 Okeechobee Boulevard
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
General Admission Show Dates
- Thursday- February 16: 11am – 7pm
- Friday – February 17: 11am – 7pm
- Saturday – February 18: 11am – 7pm
- Sunday – February 19: 11am – 7pm
- Monday – February 20: 11am – 7pm
- Tuesday – February 21: 11am – 6pm
Not only is it a great art shoe but a fantastic patio meet up with friends or go out for a date.
Here is the full list:
X Ambassadors | 3 Doors Down | Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals | The Strumbellas | Weezer | Macklemore & Ryan Lewis | Breaking Benjamin | Dirty Heads | Marshmello | Stick Figure | St. Paul & The Broken Bones | Widespread Panic | Steve Winwood | Ziggy Marley | Tori Kelly | Loverboy | Rachel Platten | Christopher Cross | Filter | Wavves | Declan McKenna | Meresha | Luxury of Company | Ryan McKenzie | Snoop Dogg | Ocean Park Standoff | Night Ranger | Lillie Mae Rische | Blink-182 | Chemradery | SunGhosts | NOSLEEPKB | Joe Galaxy | Madame Mayhem | Fetty Wap feat Monty | Kaleo | Tinashe | Jon Bellion | YVAD | Ambrosia | Thomas Wynn & The Believers | Roanoke | Mild by Nature | Magic City Hippies | Taylor Bennett | The Naked and Famous | Flo RIda | Third Story | Tayla Parx | Marc E. Bassy | Leilani Wolfgramm | Alex Di Leo
Get more on Sunfest.com
In a time when anger seems to be ruling the day, the City of West Palm Beach is committing to becoming a catalyst of kindness by inspiring residents, community organizations, schools, and local businesses to help create a kinder, more gracious world.
Mayor Jeri Muoio has kicked off this movement by signing a City of Kindness pledge, which was inspired by the 100 Billion Acts of Kindness Resolution drafted and ratified in June 2016 at the 84th annual U.S. Conference of Mayors. Motivated by the nearly 300 U.S. cities that adopted the resolution, the City of West Palm Beach commits to fostering a culture of kindness and sharing resources to inspire kindness.
“Signing the Kindness Pledge is a first step toward changing the culture of our City and our community in a very positive way,” said Mayor Muoio. “Simple, powerful and unsolicited acts of kindness can make a difference in the lives of our neighbors and in the lives of the next generation,” she added. “I challenge everyone to perform random acts of kindness daily!”
The City put out a list of 50 random acts of kindness on the City of West Palm Beach’s website, I’ve copied some of my favorites.
#2: Post a genuine compliment to three people on social media
#6: Allow someone into your lane. They’re probably in a rush – just like you.
#11: Bring coffee, doughnuts or healthy snacks to share with your coworkers.
#13: Pick up litter – even if someone else dropped it
#17: Help out a single parent by offering to baby-sit.
#19: Donate books to your local library
#27: Forgive someone. And really mean it.
#32: Stop when you see members of the military and say thanks for their service.
#35: Donate new socks to a homeless shelter.
#36: Wave to kids on a school bus
#40: Drive slowly through neighborhoods.
#49: Introduce yourself to a new neighbor and share a tip about a favorite local restaurant.
Read the full list here
The West Palm Beach “Kindness Movement” is taking off. Resident Cynthia Rivera is one example of a resident who has stepped up to the challenge! Since December, #TeamKindnessWPB has performed community cleanups, randomly distributed $2 bills to new friends, and donated books and teddy bears to young children.
“I love West Palm Beach, and this makes sense to me,” said Riviera. “Making our City great starts with each and every one of us!”
Residents are encouraged to view a list of “kindness tips” here on the City of West Palm Beach website. Spread the word and record an act of kindness on social media channels by using the #TeamKindnessWPB hashtag!
Valentines Day is the 14th – Make your reservations while there’s still time! Here are some more options.
West Palm Beach locals have long embraced a Middle Eastern gem nestled downtown at the corner of Datura and Dixie, just one block south of Clematis Street. Now, those looking to treat their beloved to a special Valentine’s Day dinner can get in on what downtown diners have loved about this longstanding restaurant for many years.
For dinner on Tuesday, February 14th, Leila will feature their special “Leila Grill for Two.” Complete with a bottle of wine and dessert, diners will love the combination grill for two featuring a sharing portion of Shish Tawook (tender breast of chicken marinated in fresh garlic and olive oil with a zest of lemon); Shish Kebab (beef tips marinated to tender perfection in a light mix of spices and extra virgin olive oil); Lamb Kebab (succulent spice-rubbed squares of lamb marinated in onion and extra virgin olive oil); and Kraidis (flame-grilled shrimp marinated in a special sauce of garlic, lemon and parsley) for $100 per couple. Those not interested in the special feast also have the option to dine from Leila’s daily dinner menu.
Don’t want to wait for dinner to celebrate the Day of Love, Leila owners, Akram and Mireille Awad, will be waiting to greet you for lunch beginning at 11:30 a.m. with a warm smile and handshake just like every other day of the week. They suggest starting your Valentine’s Day lunch off with a couple of selections from Leila’s expansive mezze menu, then topping it off with a signature dish such as Shish Tawook ($11), which is tender breast of chicken marinated in fresh garlic and olive oil with lemon zest. Try the Samak Mishwee ($14), a flame-grilled 8-ounce Mahi-Mahi filet served with tangy citrus sesame taratoor sauce. All luncheon entrees are reasonably priced from $8 to $14 so they won’t break your budget. Each is served with a choice of French fries, rice with vermicelli or couscous and your choice of hummus or baba ghanoush.
221 Datura St, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
Spend your Valentine evening at Le rendez-vous and enjoy an intimate and romantic atmosphere Parisian style. CAVIAR, CHAMPAGNE and HOMMARD is our recipe for a perfect dinner this year so don’t wait to make your reservations.
Seats goes fast. Call Olivier 561 – 507 – 8064 for more details or to reserve your table. (menu below)
Brio Tuscan Grill
The menu will feature soup or salad choices, plus one delicious entrée. The price of the two-course meal with the Chicken Saltimbocca entrée is $20.95; with the Scallop Risotto entrée is $26.95; with the Crab Stuffed Shrimp & Lobster Tail is $29.95; and with the Center-Cut Filet Mignon is $28.50.
City Cellar will capture the essence of romance with a menu that celebrates the annual holiday of love.
Guests are invited to savor the award-winning cuisine created by renowned Chef Kevin Darr on the Valentine’s Day evening special menu, or order a la carte from the new dinner menu. Diners can start the evening with a shared signature appetizer or a healthy salad, and pair it up with a specially priced bottle of wine from the curated wine list, selected by the house sommelier.
Menu selections for seafood lovers include a curry dusted yellowfin tuna, served with pad thai, and green papaya, or the sensational blue crab crusted Chilean sea bass. For meat lovers, the dinner menu includes house dry aged steaks, asparagus, potato puree, and red wine demi, or indulge in the grilled 10 oz. heritage pork chop with creamy mascarpone polenta. Sweeten up your date night with one of City Cellar’s house-made desserts with a variety of choices ranging from vanilla bean crème brulee, Iggy’s Mom’s NY style cheesecake, a scoop of fresh house-made gelato, or the house-made limoncello.
City Cellar Wine Bar and Grille – located on the second level at CityPlace – 700 S. Rosemary Ave, WPB, FL. Reservations: 561.366.0071, www.citycellarwpb.com, or reserve through Open Table.
550 S Rosemary Ave, West Palm Beach
Let love shine this Valentine’s day with us at Bowery LIVE! We’ve got the beautiful, Lisa Pirro 315 Roving Reporter, along with Phil Hinton on piano, Roy Fantel on drums and Paul Shewchuk on bass. Call today to make reservation: (561) 420-8600
104 S Clematis St, West Palm Beach
We will be feeding you and making you smile all night long Menu is Ala Carte and extra delicious. Everyone is welcome, reservation recommended!
Pistache French Bistro
101 N Clematis St, # 115, West Palm Beach
Pistache presents *Joyeuse Saint Valentin* Valentine’s Day Dinner on Tuesday, February 14th from 5:30pm to 10:30pm. Join us for a three-course prix fixe menu for $75/pp, featuring an assortment of decadent, traditional French dishes for a true #pistachemoment. Reservations recommended!
Food Love, Avocado Grill Style: Special night. Special dinner.
Valentine’s Day falls on a Tuesday this year, but Avocado Grill is prepared to make it a memorable mid-week celebration. Grab your sweetheart and join us for deliciously romantic specials including Lobster Linguini, A Petite Filet, or Snapper for Two.
Then, top off your meal with one our mouthwatering desserts.
Reservations now open and highly recommended.
(561) 623-0822 or www.avocadogrillwpb.com/reservation.
531 Clematis St, West Palm Beach, Florida 33401
We have all the love/hate you need at our Anti-Valentine’s Day Bingo! Come enjoy, with $3 Love Stinks shots, a gigantic heart pinata to beat up, and winning prizes when you yell out BINGO!!
Visit Palm Beach is excited to ring in the New Year with two new Visit Palm Beach Bicycle Tours. These new fully guided bike tours, (launching Valentine’s Day, February 14, 2017) will take guests on an insider’s journey through two of the most noteworthy communities in the Palm Beaches: Downtown West Palm Beach and the Island of Palm Beach. The launch of these new tours coincides nicely with the ever increasing number of people whose New Year’s resolutions include introducing healthy lifestyle activities, while at the same time providing a truly entertaining and educational excursion that was meticulously derived through a close collaboration and partnership with Skybike (www.Skybike.com), West Palm Beach’s bike rental/share experts.
“Our guided tours offer visitors a unique opportunity to discover the Art, Culture and History that Palm Beach harbors, and provides residents with a perspective that can only be experienced on two wheels” notes Chris Hall, Marketing Coordinator of SkyBike. “We are thrilled to launch this partnership with Visit Palm Beach, as it really strengthens our status as a community-driven bike share program and shows our commitment to bringing a bona fide bike culture to the area.”
Adds Visit Palm Beach Founder Brian Marozzi: “We are excited to partner with SkyBike to bring back guided bike tours of the Palm Beaches. These bike tours are actually a fresh new twist on some of the tours that helped launch Visit Palm Beach’s excursions 21 years ago. Bicycle tours are the perfect way to showcase the Palm Beaches to our ever more sophisticated visitors to the area.”
These two new 2-hour Visit Palm Beach Bike Tours, which will take place Tuesday & Thursday mornings from 9:30am-11:30am, begin and end on Downtown West Palm Beach’s beautiful Waterfront.
Palm Beach Bicycle Tour
Join us on a journey into the then and now of the iconic Palm Beach Island with a guided 2-hour bicycle tour that travels along the famed Lake Trail as the Atlantic Ocean — both of which feature water views, tree canopies, and the mega mansions the Island is famous for. Your ride, which will begin and end along Downtown West Palm Beach’s beautiful Waterfront, will be filled with tales and information provided by a friendly local insider.
Downtown WPB Bicycle Tour
Explore Downtown West Palm Beach and its surroundings on this 2-hour guided bicycle tour. Starting along the beautiful Downtown Waterfront, we will locate hidden art murals, visit the Island Estuaries of South Cove and meander through charming streets as we visit of some of the city’s historic neighborhoods. Your tour may even find time for a special visit to a historic bed & breakfast, and you’ll definitely see some great art, mega yachts and more local treats along the way. This fun and relaxing bike tour will be the perfect way to explore Downtown West Palm Beach with friends and/or family.
For more information on Visit Palm Beach Bike Tours of the Palm Beaches go towww.VisitPalmBeach.com or call (561) 881-9757.