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Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day in #DowntownWPB

Grab your bagpipes and celebrate all that is Ireland in DowntownWPB this St. Patrick’s Day! Here’s how you can celebrate:  

  1. O’Shea’s Irish Pub (531 Clematis Street): Celebrate all things Irish during Irish Fest at O’Shea’s! From Friday, March 10 through Sunday, March 12, enjoy Irish food, drinks, music and other cultural activities! Doors open at 9 a.m. and the event is FREE to attend. For more information, visit or call (561) 833-3865. 
  2. Duffy’s Sports Grill (225 Clematis Street): Feeling lucky? Duffy’s is offering guests a taste of Ireland from now through April 3, featuring their loaded potato soup, Irish potato skins, Reuben Burger, and shamrock pie! For more information, visit or call (561) 249-1682.
  3. Bodega Taqueria y Tequila (118 S. Clematis Street): Rock your favorite green outfit and head to Bodega to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day (March 17), where you can enjoy different drink specials ALL DAY! Visit or call (561) 559-3119 for more information.
  4. Roxy’s Pub (309 Clematis Street): The biggest St. Patrick’s Day party is back on Friday, March 17 at Roxy’s! Starting at 3 p.m., Roxy’s is taking over the 300 Block of Clematis Street with Irish fare, leprechauns, live music and more! For more information, visit or call (561) 296-7699.  
  5. West Palm Beach St. Patty’s Day Bar Crawl: Get ready for the West Palm Beach St. Patrick’s Day Bar Crawl on Friday, March 17! From 4-10 p.m., enjoy holiday themed drinks, live music, FREE access to the best DowntownWPB bars and more! Visit for more information and to purchase your wristband.  
  6. Copper Blues Rock Pub & Kitchen (550 S. Rosemary Avenue): Grab your lucky charm and head to Copper Blues on Friday, March 17 for a LUCKY 80s party! Starting at 4 p.m., enjoy drink specials, games, live music and more! Visit for more information and to call (561) 404-4101.
  7. BRK Republic Tap House & Dog Park (521 Clematis Street): Get in the St. Patrick’s Day spirit with your pup at BRK Republic all weekend long! From Friday, March 17 through Sunday, March 19, enjoy FREE beer and wine samples, food specials, and more! The festivities begin at 8 p.m. and ends each day at midnight. Visit for more information or call (561) 340-3848. 
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Falling in Love in #DowntownWPB

There’s no better place to celebrate love than in DowntownWPB! Whether it’s a romantic dinner or pampering yourself for a date or Galentine’s with your gal pals, there are some specials at our many local establishments:

  1. Ascend The Trend Barbershop (424 Clematis Street): Did you know Ascend the Trend also offers nail services? Whether you’re getting ready for a romantic date night or a Galentine’s Day dinner, Ascend the Trend has you covered with their Romance Me and Galentine’s Packages. Click Here for more information on the packages and to book your service. 
  2. Bodega Taqueria y Tequila (118 Clematis Street): Kick off your Valentine’s Day evening watching a live recording of Tyler Cameron’s radio show “Everybody But Me” with guest host, Chris Olsen. Proceeds from ticket sales will be donated to the Andrea C. Cameron Foundation. Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.
  3. Dance Palm Beach (330 Clematis Street): Dance the night away with your partner during Dance Hub’s Valentine’s Group Class on Tuesday, February 14! From 7-8 p.m., participate in a beginners level Bolero workshop, then enjoy a glass of champagne and chocolate covered strawberries! The price for one person is $30 and $65 for a couple. The event is FREE for active members. For more information, visit or call (561) 360-2537.
  4. Elisabetta’s Ristorante (185 Banyan Boulevard): Have you made Galentine Plans with your ladies yet? Celebrate your girlfriends ALL MONTH LONG with brunch, lunch, happy hour and dinner at Elisabetta’s! For more information or to make your reservations, visit or call (561) 342-6699.  
  5. Morton’s The Steakhouse (777 S. Flagler Drive): Make Valentine’s Day unforgettable with a romantic dinner at Morton’s The Steakhouse! Enjoy an exquisite three-course menu for two for $179, as well as their Love in Bloom cocktail, from Friday, February 10 through Tuesday, February 14. For more information, visit or call (561) 835-9664. 
  6. Pistache French Bistro (101 N. Clematis Street): Enjoy a romantic evening for two at Pistache French Bistro on Tuesday, February 14! Experience Chef Mike Burgio’s delicious three-course prix fixe menu for $95 per person. For more information or to book your reservation, visit or call (561) 833-5090.  
  7. Sassafras (105 S. Narcissus Avenue): Love is in the air at Sassafras for Valentine’s Day! Enjoy a multi-course prix fixe menu for $95 per person and their featured cocktail Lovefool. For more information or to book your reservation, visit or call (561) 323-7007.  
  8. Treehouse Rooftop Bar (380 Trinity Place): Experience a romantic dinner with your love on the highest rooftop in DowntownWPB on Tuesday, February 14! For $100 per person, enjoy a three-course dinner and Love Potion cocktail, as well as live music by Summer Gill, from 7-10 p.m. Click Here to view the menu and purchase tickets. For more information, visit or call (561) 693-1556.  
  9. Visit Palm Beach (226 Datura Street): Book a Valentine’s Day themed cruise with Visit Palm Beach from Sunday, February 12 through Tuesday, February 14! Celebrate with your “Galentines” aboard the 50-foot Catamaran “Hakuna Matata” for the Sunday Morning Mimosa Cruise, which features an option for bottomless mimosas or Bloody Marys for just $15. Cruises are also available on Valentine’s Day for a Happy Hour Cruise from 3-4:30 p.m. and a romantic Sunset Cruise from 5-7 p.m. For more information or to book a cruise, head to or call (561) 881-9757.
  10. YNG Aesthetics (316 S. Dixie Highway): Looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day present? Gift a fully loaded couples facial for $400, which comes with champagne and cupcakes! You can also treat yourself to radio frequency microneedling for $350 (this facial normally costs $500) or a customized VI peel for $275. These specials are available for the month of February. For more information or to book your service, visit or call (561) 529-0400. 
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Super Bowl Specials in #DowntownWPB

Super Bowl LVII is just around the corner. Several DowntownWPB businesses are offering specials and hosting events for the biggest event of the year! Watch the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, February 12 surrounded by fans at one of your favorite Downtown establishments!

  1. Bodega Taqueria y Tequila (118 S. Clematis Street): Watch the biggest game of the year at Bodega on Sunday, February 12 at noon! Enjoy drink specials and $1 wings during game time! Table packages are also available. For more information, visit or call (561) 559-3119. 
  2. Duffy’s Sports Grill (225 Clematis Street): There are two ways to enjoy the big game at Duffy’s! The first package is the Big Game Experience, which starting at $25, you can reserve a seat and get a $10 coupon for their next visit, a free welcome drink and stadium snack, souvenir game day tickets and official Duffy’s swag. The second package is the Tailgate Takeout Party Packs, which includes a choice between 25 or 50 traditional or boneless wings, cheeseburger sliders, sideline baskets, and more! For more information, visit or call (561)249-1682.  
  3. E.R. Bradley’s Saloon (104 S. Clematis Street): Don’t miss out on Bradley’s Lawn Watch Party! Starting at 3 p.m., enjoy live music, food, and drink specials before watching the game on a Max 360 Jumbotron Dual 200” screen! For more information, visit or call (561) 833-3520. 
  4. Morton’s The Steakhouse (777 S. Flagler Drive): Elevate your tailgate with game day packages from Morton’s The Steakhouse! The restaurant is offering three packages: The “Prop Bet” that serves 6 for $119, the “Pre-Game” that serves 8 for $179 and the “Halftime,” which serves 10 for $199. Click Here for the full menu for each package. For more information, visit or call (561) 835-9664.  
  5. Proper Grit (251 N. Narcissus Avenue): Join us on the lawn this Super Bowl Sunday for beer pong, corn hole, BBQ fan fare and drink specials while watching the game on a 16-foot screen! The festivities are FREE to attend and pups are welcome. For more information, visit or call (561) 461-0040.
  6. Roxy’s Pub (309 Clematis Street): Head to Roxy’s on Sunday, February 12 at 3 p.m. for the annual Big Game Block Party and watch the world’s biggest football game unfold on a GIANT LED screen right on Clematis Street! Enjoy DJs, giveaways, raffles, and a half time chicken wing eating contest for a trophy and cash! VIP tables are also available; text (561) 707-2218. For more information, call (561) 296-7699.  
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Black-Owned Businesses in #DowntownWPB

Support local black-owned businesses and their contributions to the energy of the Downtown district. The following is a list you can support right now! From Food Network’s “Halloween Baking Championship” runner-up and creative genius baker to experienced law firms to a chic style boutique; these businesses are stitched into the fabric of our community.

Note: This list is not comprehensive and will be updated as quickly as we are able to.

Food & Beverage

Blue Mountain Coffee
540 Clematis Street, #3
(561) 318-7296

This popular coffee house opened its doors in 2020 and exclusively serves 100% Jamaican Blue Mountain coffee. Their beans are renowned for being grown world’s highest mountain. Enjoy the rich aroma and smooth delicate taste during breakfast or lunch with homemade delights available every day as well. Owner Allison Boettcher is always there to greet guests. Originally from St. Andrew’s Parish, a Jamaican town that claims home to a stretch of the Blue Mountain range. Boettcher brings the passion of her homeland’s food to this unique spot.

Ganache Bakery
306 S. Dixie Highway
(561) 507-5082

Founded in 2011, Ganache Bakery Café is one of Downtown West Palm Beach’s premier baking business. The team firmly believes in providing the highest quality baked products made from scratch from only the finest ingredients. Highlights from the menu includes signature key lime tarts, rum cake and custom-made cakes for any occasion. The bakery is run by husband-and-wife duo Jamal and Nishanee Lake, who both hail from the Caribbean. Jamal is popularly known for his feature on a Food Network Baking Championship.

FIWE Caribbean Cuisine 
410 Evernia Street, #108
(561) 248-2065

Although FIWE is fairly new to Downtown West Palm Beach, the restaurant’s chef and owner, Shari Kedar McCalla Bedasee from Jamaica, has over 10 years of experience cooking Caribbean cuisines.  The restaurant was established in 2006 in Orlando, Florida and brought the taste of the Caribbean to the downtown district in 2020. Attaining fresh ingredients is a top priority so they’re sourced from local farmers markets. FIWE offers catering services, as well as online ordering and curbside pickup. Menu highlights include Jamaican Jerk Chicken and Browned Snapper!

Fun Fact FIWE stands for Finest IWest-Indian Eatery.


Cousins Law 
319 Clematis Street, #701
(561) 835-1727

Local law practice with stellar history of fighting for the rights of individuals, families and businesses in civil matters. Principal attorney Patrick Cousins, dubbed “The Lemon Law King,” has decades of experience as a Lemon Law Specialist with over 500 victories for his clients with defective automobiles. The firm also practices in the fields of Personal Injury and Personal Family Law. Their experienced team has reviewed more than 10,000 legal matters in over 30 years of practice and will handle your legal problem with professionalism and compassion.

Salesia Smith-Gordon Law 
922 Second Street
(561) 655-9279

Salesia Smith-Gordon followed in her mother’s footsteps becoming a 2nd generation lawyer. As an experienced trial lawyer & pharmacist, her mission is to work hard to help rebuild the lives of those seriously injured seeking justice against corporations and people who cause bodily harm or death. In 1993, she opened a boutique injury law firm that’s backed by a team of top-notch paralegals and investigators, who take pride in their professional integrity and provides exemplary representation to each client, case by case handling civil litigation matters, concentrating in plaintiff’s personal injury, wrongful death and medication error actions.


Oshun Hair Bar 
410 Evernia Street, #114
(561) 574-9670

Antoinette Wilks is the owner of Oshun Hair Bar & Boutique. Her boutique-style business provides nonsurgical hair replacements, hair prostheses, hair extensions and photography. Clients have the option to purchase hair; in addition to having install services at the salon. Browse through the formal and casual clothing options to complete the makeover.

Antoinette’s mother was the driving force behind her passion. While attending college, you could find Antoinette styling her teammates’ hair or providing style options for any occasion.


Winston’s Nail & Facial Lounge
215 South Olive Avenue, #100
(561) 429-3142
A modern nail salon providing an experience with equal parts of style and service, without skimping on the details. Popular services include nails, facials, blowouts, lash extensions, and waxing. Winston’s is open seven days a week and there you will see owner Letticia Hannighan greeting guests.

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31 Days in #DowntownWPB

Day 1: Clematis By Night Holiday Tree Lighting Watch Sandi Tree and Ferris the Ferris Wheel light up the evening sky during their official opening at the Clematis By Night Holiday Tree Lighting from 6-9 p.m. Tickets for the Ferris wheel are $5 per rider for a single ride or $20 per rider for unlimited rides for one night. Click Here for more information and to purchase Ferris wheel tickets.  

Day 2: Weekend Photos with Santa – Commemorate this holiday season by taking a photo with Santa at The Square every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6-8 p.m. from now through Friday, December 23! It’s FREE to take photos and the event is first come, first served. Click Here for more information.  

Day 3: Ballet Palm Beach Presents The Nutcracker Watch the beloved holiday tradition take the stage at the Kravis Center! The Nutcracker tells the story of Marie, who when given an enchanted nutcracker doll as a Christmas gift, has no idea of the adventure that awaits her! Click Here to purchase tickets.  

Day 4: Catch A Movie Head to The Ben Hotel for a screening of How The Grinch Stole Christmas to get in the holiday spirit! Additionally, enjoy an ugly sweater competition where the winner will receive a gift card to one of The Ben Hotel’s restaurants! Bring the kids to decorate their very own cookies and build their own holiday milkshakes. Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Day 5: Stroll Under The Dazzling Lights Take a stroll through the dazzling lights under a lit-up Clematis Street. Every year from fall to spring, the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority installs canopy lights over 5 blocks which makes for a perfectly scenic evening stroll! Don’t forget to snap a pic under the dazzling lights and tag #DowntownWPB!   

Day 6: Prism Concert – Enjoy an all-encompassing holiday concert by the internationally renowned Alexander W. Dreyfoos School of the Arts Music Department at the Kravis Center! Click Here to purchase tickets.  

Day 7: Catch the Gingerbread Man Be among the first 10 to find the Gingerbread Man in Downtown West Palm Beach to win a prize from now through Wednesday, December 21! Follow DowntownWPB on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram page to see where the gingerbread man will pop up next. 

Day 8: Shop Vintage – Looking for something unique for the holidays? Head to Kismet Vintage, a hidden gem at 540 Clematis Street filled with clothes and items you won’t find anywhere else. Click Here for more information.  

Day 9: Screen On The Green Holiday Triple Feature – Bring blankets and chairs for a holiday triple feature (two short films, and one feature film) under the stars! The movies being shown are Olaf’s Frozen Adventure, Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice and Christmas Story 2. Click Here for more information and to watch the trailers.  

Day 10: Find Holiday Treasure At The Antique & Flea Market: Gift something memorable this year. At the West Palm Beach Antique & Flea market, you can find unique collectibles, mid-century and outdoor furniture, vintage and fine jewelry and much more. The market takes place every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. along the 300 Block of Clematis Street. Click Here for more information.   

Day 11: A Night At The Theatre – After a lovely dinner in DowntownWPB, head to Palm Beach Dramaworks for a showing of Twelve Angry Men. This play tells the story of 12 jurors who deliberating the fate of a teenager accused of killing his father. Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.  

Day 12: Take A Photography Class At The Mandel Public Library – Create something special this holiday season by learning how to make the most of your photos and videos during the “Creating Memories Through Video & Photography: Edit and Polish” class at the Mandel Public Library. The class is from 6:30-8 p.m. and FREE to attend. Click Here for more information and to register.  

Day 13: Sandi Show – Sandi and her tribe come to life and illuminate DowntownWPB nightly with lights and bling. Guests can enjoy a magical music and light show every 15 minutes each night that will enchant kids of all ages.    

Day 14: Take A Magic Carpet Ride – Head to the Kravis Center for the opening night of the hit Broadway musical Aladdin! This extraordinary theatrical event will be playing through Friday, December 23. Click Here for showtimes and to purchase tickets.  

Day 15: Tis’ The Season For Sweets! Spread the joy this year in the form of freshly baked pastries and sweets from one of the many unique bakeries in Downtown West Palm Beach that you and your loved ones will enjoy. From international favorites to the classics, our downtown bakeries and cafes offer a variety of options that are sure to put you in the seasonal spirit!    

Day 16: Holiday Piano ConcertoKick the weekend off with live entertainment, holiday joy, laughter and a little inspiration at the Downtown Development Authority’s Holiday Pop-Up Piano Concerto! Bring your family and friends to the City Hall Courtyard (401 Clematis Street) and be ready to sing along to all the holiday classics! The event is FREE to attend.

Day 17: Sandi and Santa’s Annual Pancake Breakfast – Starting at 9 a.m., enjoy a delicious breakfast and visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus for $15 per person (plus a processing fee)! Each ticket also includes a Ferris wheel ride between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m., the only daytime Ferris ride all holiday season! Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.   

Day 18: Hanukkah Celebration – Join the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County and the Mandel JCC of the Palm Beaches for a FREE high-energy family friendly celebration at The Square. From 2-3:30 p.m., enjoy an afternoon of games, live music, food sampling, and live characters. Click Here for more information.  

Day 19: Soweto Gospel Choir Concert – The 3-time Grammy-winning Soweto Gospel Choirs is coming to the Kravis Center! This all-new concert commemorates South Africa’s Freedom Movement and the Civil Rights Movement in the United States. Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.  

Day 20: Get your stocking stuffers at Chelsea Lane & Co. – Chelsea Lane & Co. is home to the largest wallpaper library in Palm Beach County. In addition to thousands of patterns that will accentuate your home, the shop also holds an eclectic collection of home decor, clothing, and jewelry. Find the perfect stocking stuffers and accessories in person or online. Click Here for more information.  

Day 21: Scoot Around DowntownWPB – Adventure to your favorite downtown spots or spend the afternoon scooting along the beautiful West Palm Beach waterfront with the new for-rent scooters launched by Visit Palm Beach. There are multiple rental locations around the downtown district. Click Here for more information and to book your scooter.  

Day 22: Send Holiday Greetings – For kids of all ages! Stop by the library’s holiday corner to write a letter to Santa or make a holiday card for family and friends, then drop it in the holiday mailbox (don’t forget an address). Children who write letters to Santa and provide a home address will receive a letter back from the jolly old elf himself! No registration required. Click Here for more information or call 561-868-7703.

Day 23: It’s The Howl-idays! Your dog brings you joy all year round, don’t forget to return the favor this holiday season. D is for Dog offers toys, accessories, and gifts perfect for your pet or the dog lover in your life. Check out the “Barkery” counter for a variety of dog treats! Click Here for more information. 

Day 24: Tis’ The Season To Stroll At The GreenMarket – Support your local vendors by shopping at the West Palm Beach GreenMarket. Enjoy the cooler weather, waterfront views, and over 100 vendors. Click Here for more information. 

Day 25: Music in The Square – Get in the Christmas spirit by watching a live holiday musical performance on the lawn from 6-10 p.m., along with the nightly snowfall and lightshow from The Wishing Tree. Click Here for more information. 

Day 26: Take A Shell-fie With Sandi: While you are strolling to see Sandi, don’t forget to snap a selfie with her.  There are plenty of picture-perfect locations throughout Sandi Land to get the perfect shell-fie!      

Day 27: Lunch With A View – Enjoy some of the best views around while indulging in a delicious meal at Spruzzo, located on the 8th floor of The Ben Hotel. Click Here for the full menu.   

Day 28: Shop ‘Til You Drop – Looking for a new outfit for New Year’s Eve or Sunday brunch? Check out Lilly Juice, one of DowntownWPB’s newest shops! Stop by and pick out an outfit for any occasion. Click Here for more information.   

Day 29: Enjoy A Night Of Comedy – Laugh the night away with Damon Wayans Jr. at the Palm Beach Improv! The actor is best known for his roles as Coach on New Girl and Brad Willliams on Happy Endings. Click Here for a list of showtimes and to purchase tickets. 

Day 30: Kwanzaa Performance by Afrique Ngozi – Head to The Square for an immersive cultural celebration of Kwanzaa! This FREE family-friendly event will explore the seven principles that make up Kwanzaa and feature live West African dancing and drumming. Click Here for more information.  

Day 31: New Year’s Eve at The Ben – Ring in 2023 at The Ben Hotel’s 3rd Annual New Year’s Eve rooftop celebration! This exclusive party will take place at Spruzzo and the Rooftop VIP Lounge, overlooking the Palm Harbor Marina, Intracoastal and Palm Beach Island. Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.     

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Celebrating Thanksgiving in #DowntownWPB

Love celebrating Thanksgiving but don’t desire to do all the cooking? Well, give THANKS because our DowntownWPB restaurants are taking care of the cooking so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy spending time with your loved ones on Thursday, November 24.

  1. Avocado Grill (125 Datura Street): Gather around the table at Avocado Grill for a three-course feast on Thanksgiving Day! For $65 per person, guests can enjoy a delicious Thanksgiving meal from 1-9 p.m. A children’s menu will also be available. For more information or to make a reservation, visit or call (561) 623-0822.  
  2. Batch New Southern Kitchen & Tap (223 Clematis Street): Grab a sweet tea-brined, Cajun fried turkey at with all the fixins to bring home and enjoy! Visit to place your order. 
  3. Banter (380 Trinity Place): Located inside the Canopy Hotel, Banter will be serving up a delicious three-course dinner for up to 6 people. For $249, guests can enjoy a family style dinner featuring herb-roasted turkey with delectable side dishes and finish off with chef holiday desserts. For more information or to make a reservation, visit for more information or call (561) 802-7311.
  4. Johan’s Joe Swedish Restaurant (401 S. Dixie Highway Suite 3): Preorder your favorite freshly baked pastries from Johan’s Joe for Thanksgiving morning or dessert! All orders must be submitted by 2 p.m. on Wednesday, November 23. Click Here to see the full menu and place your order. For more information, call (561) 808-5090.
  5. Morton’s The Steakhouse (777 S. Flagler Drive): Guests will start their three-course meal with a winter green salad topped with spiced walnuts, dried fruit, blue cheese crumbles and cream balsamic vinaigrette to be followed by an oven-roasted turkey roulade with savory sage, cranberry stuffing, cranberry relish, and turkey gravy. The turkey will be accompanied by various side dishes like smoked gouda au gratin mashed potatoes and baked corn souffle. Then, a pumpkin cheesecake finished with sea salt caramel for dessert. For more information or to make a reservation, visit or call (561) 835-9664.
  6. Pistache French Bistro (101 N. Clematis Street): Enjoy a Thanksgiving meal prepared by none other than Chef Mike Burgio! He will be serving a three-course prix fixe menu from 2-8 p.m. at $85 per person. For more information or to make a reservation, visit or call (561) 833-5090. 
  7. Proper Grit (251 N. Narcissus Avenue): Head to Proper Grit for a Proper Thanksgiving Dinner! Enjoy a four-course feast for $89 per adult and $39 per child. For more information or to make a reservation, visit or call (561)461-0040. 
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Getting Spooky in #DowntownWPB


Halloween is almost here, and Downtown West Palm Beach is getting in the spirit! We’ve compiled a list of festivities, from bar crawls to costume contests and other happenings you won’t want to miss!   

Mr. Jack O’ Lanterns Pumpkins (October 1-31): What’s more fun during the fall than visiting a pumpkin patch? Enjoy some family fun at Mr. Jack O’ Lanterns, where you can choose the perfect pumpkin, bring the kids to play on a bouncy slide, go pumpkin bowling and make memories with your loved ones! The pumpkin patch is open at 419 Lakeview Avenue from 11 a.m. – 8 p.m. through Oct. 31. 

Creepy Cocktail & Spooky Charcuterie Workshop (October 12): Enjoy a ghouls’ night out during the Creepy Cocktail & Spooky Charcuterie Workshop on Wednesday, October 12! From 6-8 p.m., learn how to create (and sip!) a spooky cocktail with mixologist maven Jules Aron and build a Halloween-themed “Jarcuterie” with The Board Babes. Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.  

Haunting History (October 13, October 20): Join the historians at the Historical Society of Palm Beach County on Friday, October 13 and Friday, October 20 for an intriguing journey through Palm Beach County’s past featuring harrowing murders and mayhem. Both events are from 6-7 p.m. Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.  

Screen on the Green (October 14): Grab the kids and head to the DowntownWPB Waterfront on Friday, October 14 for a screening of The Addams Family 2 during Screen on the Green! The event is from 7-10 p.m. and is free to attend. Click Here to watch the trailer.  

History and Haunts of Yesteryear Village (October 15): Join the Mandel Library on Saturday, October 15 for a trip to Yesteryear Village, a living history park where interpreters share their stories about life before 1940. From 1:30-2:30 p.m., learn about the history and haunts of Yesteryear Village’s various attractions. No registration is required. For more information, call (561) 868-7701. 

Ghost Hunting 101 (October 15): Learn how to conduct your own ghost investigation with Paranormal Researchers of South Florida on Saturday, October 15 from 3-4 p.m. The lesson includes equipment demonstrations. No registration is required. For more information, call (561) 868-7701.  

Artist Spotlight: Freddy Hennevelt (October 18): Create a spooky Halloween clay figurine with local artist Freddy Hennevelt on Tuesday, October 18 from 12-2 p.m.! Registration is required and begins on Tuesday, October 11 at 10 a.m. For more information or to register, call (561) 868-7701.  

Clematis By Fright featuring The Spazmatics (October 27): Get ready to party like it’s 1989 during Clematis By Fright on Thursday, October 27! From 6-9 p.m., enjoy a fun performance by The Spazmatics, as well as costume contests and fun activities for the whole family.  

Fright Night Halloween Rooftop Party (October 28): Celebrate Halloween this year at Treehouse, the highest rooftop bar in DowntownWPB on Friday, October 28! Wear your best costume for a chance to win some AMAZING prizes from Canopy by Hilton West Palm Beach Downtown! The festivities are from 6 p.m.-midnight. General admission is $20 and includes a complimentary Halloween cocktail.  

Bodega De Los Muertos (October 28, 29): Don your deadliest attire and dance like your life depends on it at Bodega Taqueria y Tequila on Friday, October 28 and Saturday, October 29 from 8 p.m.-1 a.m. Admission is FREE. Click Here for table reservations.

Haunted History of Lake Worth Playhouse (October 29): Explore the haunted history of the Lake Worth Playhouse at the Mandel Library on Saturday, October 29 from 1:30-2:30 p.m. Built in 1924 by Lucien and Clarence Oakly, the Lake Worth Playhouse has hosted everything from silent films to Broadway musicals. No registration is required; for more information, call (561) 868-7701. 

A Wicked Affair Halloween Ball (October 29): The Ben, Autograph Collection presents the 1st annual Halloween Ball! Join us on Saturday, October 29 at 8 p.m. for a high-end costume party with haunted tunes, a deadly dance floor and lots of “finger” foods. You won’t want to miss this Wicked Affair. Click Here to purchase tickets.

BRK After Dark: Halloween Edition (October 29): Head to BRK Republic on Saturday, October 29 for night of rave, lights and pups this Halloween season! Starting at 8 p.m., enjoy ghouls, goblins, a live DJ, drink specials and a costume contest. Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.

Kravis Center Halloween Experience (October 29): Experience the world’s greatest organist Cameron Carpenter performing live scoring during a screening of Rupert Julian’s 1925 silent horror film The Phantom of the Opera. Patrons are encouraged to come in costume for the chance to win tickets to upcoming shows. Starting at 8 p.m., enjoy signature cocktails, selfie stations, and other pre-show events! Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets. 

D Is For Dog (October 29): Head to D Is For Dog on Saturday, October 29 for their Furry Friends Costume Event! From 12-3 p.m., enjoy an afternoon of prizes and treats for both pets and humans. 

MoonFest Creepy Crawl (October 29): Prepare to get spooky at the Moonfest Bar Crawl and Costume Contest on Saturday, October 29 on the 500 Block of Clematis Street! From 9 p.m.-1 a.m., enjoy specialty drinks from several locations, a $1,000 cash prize costume contest at midnight and more! Click Here for a list of participating locations and to purchase tickets.  

Stranger Things Halloween (October 29): E.R. Bradley’s Saloon is turning upside down for this year’s Stranger Things Halloween on Saturday, October 29! Starting at 9 p.m., enjoy music from three DJs, drink specials and more! Visit for more information or call (561) 833-3520.

Halloween Brunch (October 30): Head to Batch New Southern Kitchen & Tap on Sunday, October 30 for Halloween Brunch! From 10 a.m.-4 p.m., enjoy $2 pumpkin bombs and other scary good specials! For more information, visit or call (561) 708-0000.  

Adult Trick-or-Treat (October 31): It’s time to shine in with your best of 2022 Halloween costume! On Monday, October 31, swing by Batch New Southern Kitchen & Tap in costume and trick-or-treat at the host stand for a FREE adult beverage, starting at 4 p.m. For more information, visit or call (561) 708-0000. 

Moon Crawl (October 31): Moon Crawl will be taking over DowntownWPB on Monday, October 31! From 8 p.m.-1 a.m., enjoy drinks from Myer’s Lounge, 335 Capone, Roxy’s Pub, Bodega Taqueria y Tequila, and Banko Cantina. Prizes will also be awarded for best dressed individuals and groups. Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.

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5 Hidden Murals in The West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District

Wherever you go in the Arts & Entertainment District, there is art – even in the most unlikely of places!  Have you seen these hidden murals? 

1.”Clara:” Painted by artist Sean Yoro, Clara is a pleasant surprise to a passerby walking along Flagler Drive under the Royal Park Bridge, Yoro was one of the more than 20 artists who participated in the CANVAS Outdoor Museum Show in 2015.


2. Hidden Stairs Mural: If you take a stroll through The Square, you’ll notice the explosion of color and large geometric shapes created by husband-and-wife duo Chalk & Brush. The stairwell between Sur La Table and True Food Kitchen is the perfect spot for a photo.

Photo by Regine Zara Soliz via Instagram

3. “Natural Beauty:” If you head down to Artist Alleyway near Subculture Coffee on the 500 Block of Clematis Street, you’ll stumble across Anthony Burk’s beautiful art installation. Just look up! 

4. Evernia Street Garage Mural: From Miami’s Wynwood Art District to Lake Worth, Eduardo “Eddie” Mendieta’s artwork adorns walls throughout South Florida, and Downtown West Palm Beach is no exception. In 2014, Mendieta and his collaborative artists created the vibrant murals in the Evernia Street parking garage. Park on the roof and have an enjoyable art showcase while walking down. 

Photo taken by Eddie Amaya

5. Fern Street Wine Bar & Kitchen: Located at 501 Fern Street Suite 104, Fern Street Wine Bar & Kitchen not only has incredible food but amazing art. This eye-catching mural of a bull in the main dining room was created by Anthony Hernandez 

Fern Street Wine Bar & Kitchen via Instagram

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Hispanic-Owned Businesses In #DowntownWPB

During Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15), we honor the contributions of Hispanic and Latino Americans in the United States; especially in our #DowntownWPB. We have a robust Hispanic community and it is our diversity that is one of our greatest strengths. Join us as we continue to celebrate the contributions of our incredible Downtown West Palm Beach community.

Note: This list is not comprehensive and will be updated as quickly as we are able to.


Alfonso Hernandez Architects 
314 Clematis Street, Suite 201
Founder and managing partner Alfonso Hernandez recognized the need for an architecture firm that could honor South Florida’s past while innovating its future with contemporary green architectural design. Based in the heart of Downtown West Palm Beach, AH Architects has its finger on the pulse of the community and is honored to be an active participant in the development of the city.


CRL Media Hispanic Advertising & Public Relations Media 
120 S. Olive Avenue, Suite 704
Colombian-born Claudia Ruiz Levy opened the first Hispanic advertising agency in West Palm Beach, CRL Media. CRL Media specializes in Hispanic market services and multicultural advertising and public relations services in West Palm Beach and the South Florida area.


Dr. Limon Ceviche Bar
533 Clematis Street
Founder Carlos Brescia brought the chic Peruvian eatery, Dr. Limon, to West Palm Beach in 2019. The menu consists of a range of seafood-centric appetizers, Peruvian-inspired sushi rolls and Peruvian classic dishes adding to the unique flavors that can only be found in Downtown West Palm Beach.


Lara House of Beauty
120 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 104
The family-owned beauty salon offers services such as facials, body treatments, micropigmentation, waxing, eyelashes and more.


REG Architects
120 S. Olive Avenue, Suite 210
Rick Gonzalez, president of REG Architects, a firm specializing in architecture, historic preservation, interior design and community planning has been offering services in Downtown West Palm Beach for over 30 years.


Rivales Taqueria
106 N. Olive Avenue
The authentic Mexican cantina opened its doors to Downtown West Palm Beach in 2013. Co-owners and brothers, Jimmy Rivas and Alberto Valdivia brought to life their vision of an eatery filled with art, Mexican street food and delicious drinks.


Salento Coffee Shop 
407 Clematis Street
Salento Coffee owners, Jaime and Johana Lara, have brought the delicious taste of authentic Colombian coffee to Downtown West Palm Beach. On top of traditional café menu items, Salento offers Colombian dishes such as arepas, empanadas and more.

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5 Most Instagrammable Murals In The West Palm Beach Arts & Entertainment District

Spice up your Instagram using one of the vibrant murals located throughout our district as the backdrop to your photos! Lucky for you, we’ve compiled a list:

  1. “Einstein’s Theory of Love (509 Clematis Street):” This vibrant mural created by Brazilian muralist Eduardo Kobra is perhaps one of the most photographed murals in DowntownWPB. Located in Artist Alleyway on Subculture Coffee’s patio wall, this mural was created as part of the CANVAS Outdoor Museum Show in 2015. 
  2. “The Revolution of the Groove (114 S. Narcissus Avenue):” This colorful mural, located on the façade of Camelot Yacht Club, portrays six revolutionary African American artists such as Nina Simone and James Brown, who used their music to challenge the entrenched ways of thinking at the time about social injustice and racism. This mural was created in 2021 as a collaboration between local Street Art Revolution Artists Anthony Hernandez and Caron Bowman. 
  3. “Yorick’s Skull (201 Clematis Street):” This unique mural, also created by Eduardo Kobra, is located on the façade of Palm Beach Dramaworks and was inspired by the Shakespeare play “Hamlet.” This work of art was painted during the CANVAS Outdoor Museum Show in 2015. 
  4. “Rising Signs (next to 550 S. Rosemary Avenue):” Thanks to multidisciplinary duo Eric Adolfsen and Carlton DeWoody, the outdoor staircases at The Square have transformed into illustrated panoramas lush with local nature and architecture. The stairs also contain messages that touch on themes of nature and architecture.  
  5. “Eris and the Golden Apple (333 Fern Street):” This seven-story mural created by South Florida artist Danny Doya in 2017, portrays Eris, the goddess of discord, gazing at the golden apple she holds. Located on the east side of The Alexander, this is a required photo-op while in DowntownWPB.  
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