Looking to show your guests the best possible time during their visit to sunny South Florida? Here are some of the best in Boca Raton’s dining, entertainment and adventure destinations that will be sure to wow your guests.
For those looking for St. Patrick’s Day plans in the local area, we have you covered with 10 events happening around Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Boynton Beach.
Spring break is almost here and we know you’re itching to get away. We understand that the hustle and bustle of daily life makes it hard to plan a vacation. Lucky for you, you live in one of the most beautiful areas of America, and it’s time to enjoy it.
If you’re in Boca Raton or Delray and want to get out of the hustle and bustle, head to one of these 10 hidden gems in the area that are locals’ favorites.
R1 Coffee Company is Boca Raton’s first, and only, mini-chain of coffeehouses.
For most of the 37 years that Captain Jeff Ardelean has worked as a state wildlife officer, he has been on the hunt for something that sounds like a work of fiction. His prey for nearly four decades has been sea turtle poachers.
Aly Raisman has served as a role model to children across America for years—first as a gold medal gymnast, and most recently as an advocate for sexual abuse survivors. KidSafe Foundation, a non-profit organization established to combat child sexual abuse, will honor Raisman as the National Child Advocate of the Year.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, the pressure is on to figure out the perfect day night. Boca Raton and Delray Beach aren’t only hosts to romantic restaurants, but to fun, adventurous venues as well, all offering creative ways to make your date memorable.
Paul Stanley is bringing his artwork to South Florida, exhibiting work at Wentworth Gallery on Las Olas, as well as at the Wentworth location in Boca Town Center.
Channé Rosé, a wine derived from St. Tropez, is now being served at Buckhead Life Restaurant establishments across South Florida as part of a partnership between the brands.
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