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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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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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Celebrating 4th of July in #DowntownWPB

The 4th of July is just around the corner, and there’s no better place to celebrate Independence Day in The Palm Beaches than in DowntownWPB!  

4th of July Weekend Bar Crawl 

Get ready to visit five different locations in Downtown West Palm Beach on Friday, July 1! From 9 p.m. – 1 a.m., enjoy a free shot from Myers Lounge, 335 Speakeasy, Roxy’s Rooftop and Bodega Taqueria y Tequila, then head to the afterparty at Banko Cantina. Don’t forget to wear your red, white and blue! Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.  

4th On Flagler 

One of the largest Independence Day events in South Florida is returning to the Waterfront (along Flagler Drive between Banyan Boulevard and Fern Street) on Monday, July 4, from 6 – 10 p.m.! 

Activities include live entertainment, the Bill Bone 5K, the Palm Beach Health Network Family Chill Zone, a Military Honor Salute, and refreshments for purchase. An 18-minute fireworks show is scheduled to ignite at 9:09 p.m., weather permitting, over the Intracoastal!  

The event is free to attend. Click Here for the full schedule of events.  

Celebrations at The Ben West Palm – Autograph Collection 

For the first time, The Ben Hotel is hosting a drive-in boutique car show on the front lawn! From 6-10 p.m., The Ben invites up to 40 cars to park on the lawn with front row seats to the 4th on Flagler fireworks show, beginning at 9:09 p.m. This is a free public event produced by Supercar Week Inc. that only requires a fee to register a vehicle. 

Proper Grit, the hotel’s indoor restaurant led by new Executive Chef Marc Rosen, will offer $100 bottles of Veuve Clicquot with White Chocolate M&M Popcorn to enjoy! Plus, the full menu of contemporary American food will be available to-go and hand-delivered to individual cars. The main dining room will be open for dinner and offer a complimentary bottle of Sea Sun wine by Caymus with the purchase of two entrees. 

Spruzzo, DowntownWPB’s only rooftop waterfront restaurant, has partnered with Veuve Clicquot and will be offering several fireworks viewing options with live music by DJ Kristian Caro from 5:3011:30 p.m.! VIP poolside cabana and table reservations begin at 5:30 p.m. and range from $75-$325 per person (and include prepaid food and beverage minimums and 20% gratuity). Cocktail attire encouraged. Reservations are required and can be made online. 

Independence Day Celebration at Pistache French Bistro  

Enjoy an evening of American BBQ favorites and a view of the 4th of Flagler fireworks display at Pistache French Bistro! Located at 101 N. Clematis Street, Pistache will be serving an array of mouthwatering dishes, including chili BBQ pork belly and firehouse chili. Click Here to see the full menu. Visit to book your table.  

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Juneteenth Celebrations in and around #DowntownWPB

Juneteenth (June 19) commemorates the day the announcement of the abolition of slavery was made in Texas in 1865. This weekend, celebrate and honor African American culture through the arts, history, entertainment, and more! 

  1. Celebration For All! Rohi’s Readery’s One-Year Anniversary (June 18-19): Rohi Readery, the country’ first-ever social justice driven bookstore and The Square are hosting a two-day diversity and family celebration on Saturday, June 18 and Sunday, June 19. Rohi’s Readery will also be celebrating their one-year anniversary. From 10 a.m.-7 p.m., attendees can enjoy eclectic culinary pop-ups, an array of local Black-owned businesses, live musical performances and more! The event is free to attend but registration for events is required. Click Here for the full schedule of events and to register.  
  2. Juneteenth Family Celebration Day (Norton Museum of Art): Bring your family and friends to the Norton Museum of Art on Saturday, June 18 for the Juneteenth Family Celebration Day! From 12-5 p.m., enjoy live musical performances, dance, gallery talks on African American artists, storytelling, and art-making activities. Admission is free. Click Here for more information.  
  3. Juneteenth Freedom Day of Celebration (500 Block): Head to the 500 Block on Saturday, June 18 from 3-11 p.m. for a Juneteenth celebration filled with music, food, arts and more! The event is for all ages and FREE to attend. Click Here for the full schedule of events.  
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Celebrating Father’s Day in #DowntownWPB

Whether you’re celebrating your father, husband, stepfather, brother or role model; we encourage you to honor them on this special day. Here’s a list of Father’s Day specials and happenings in DowntownWPB:

  1. Ascend The Trend Barbershop & Nails (420 Clematis Street, Suite C): This family-owned barbershop will be offering two Father’s Day specials this year: the $100 Ultimate Combo (haircut, razored-edge finished hair line, 5-step gentleman facial, a hot towel gel lather neck shave and choice of alcohol/aftershave) and the $50 Basic Mani Pedi Combo with buff and shine. For more information or to book an appointment, visit or call (561)812-2300.  
  2. Copper Blues Rock Pub & Kitchen (550 S. Rosemary Avenue): Give your dad something he really wants for Father’s Day… BEER! Copper Blues is offering a free pint of beer for every dad on Sunday, June 19. For more information, visit or call (561)404-4101.  
  3. Duffy’s Sports Grill (225 Clematis Street): From now through Sunday, June 19, one lucky Duffy’s MVP member will win the Grand Prize trip for four to take Dad offshore fishing out on the high seas, plus a $100 Duffy’s gift card to enjoy once you’re on dry land! Visit for more information on how to qualify for the giveaway or call (561)-249-1682.  
  4. Kapow! Noodle Bar (519 Clematis Street): Work on your Dad bod this Father’s Day (June 19) with a free beer at Kapow! For more information, visit or call (561)246-3827.  
  5. Pistache French Bistro (101 N. Clematis Street): Celebrate Papa this Father’s Day at Pistache! The French bistro is offering specials for brunch (11 a.m.-2:20 p.m.) and dinner (starts at 5:30 p.m.), along with a complimentary drink for all fathers. For more information or to make a reservation, visit or call (561)833-5090.  
  6. Proper Grit (251 N. Narcissus Avenue): Located inside the Ben Autograph Collection, Proper Grit is offering a chophouse Father’s Day special on Sunday, June 19 called “Fit for a King.” It includes a 36-ounce Tomahawk steak with a twice-baked loaded potato and asparagus. Father figures will also receive a small bottle of WhistlePig Whiskey’s smooth “Ben Barrel Blend” and a cigar all priced at $150 (not including tax and gratuity). A selection of barrel-aged specialty cocktails will also be available for dad to kick back and enjoy in Proper Grit’s relaxed public house and whiskey library-like. Indoor and outdoor seating is available with reservations recommended. To reserve, call 561-655-4001 or visit 
  7. Visit Palm Beach (226 Datura Street): Visit Palm Beach is currently offering 20% off gift cards from now through Father’s Day weekend to use on some fun activities, like jet skis, paddle boards, kayaks, and Segway tours! For more information, head to or call (561)881-9757.  
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Mother’s Day In #DowntownWPB

Where would we be without our moms? DowntownWPB wants to help you show your appreciation and celebrate the mothers, stepmothers, and mother figures in your life! Check out our list of Mother’s Day specials and happenings:  

  1. Alchemy Juice Co. & Market (527 Clematis Street): Grab the moms in your life and learn the beautiful craft of charcuterie during the Mother’s Day Charcuterie Board Class on Friday, May 6 from 6:30-8 p.m. Under the guidance of Cynthia from @touchoftastecharcuterie, you will learn how to create stunning boards and wow everyone with your newfound charcuterie skills! Tickets are $75. Click Here for more information and to purchase tickets.  
  2. Kapow! Noodle Bar (519 Clematis Street): Head to Kapow! Noodle Bar on Sunday, May 8 from 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. for a special Mother’s Day Brunch! Enjoy the extra special brunch menu and complimentary mimosas offered to all the moms. Click Here to book your table. For more information, visit or call (561)246-3827. 
  3. Pistache French Bistro (101 N. Clematis Street): Celebrate mom with a special brunch at Pistache on Sunday, May 8 from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Enjoy a special three-course prix fixe menu for $85 per person ($30 for children). All moms will receive a complimentary mimosa, bellini, house wine or Bloody Mary. To book your reservation, visit or call (561)833-5090. 
  4. Proper Grit (251 N. Narcissus Avenue): Have a “proper” Mother’s Day at Proper Grit on Sunday, May 8! From 11 a.m.-3 p.m., enjoy a special brunch menu, a complimentary bellini or mimosa for the lady of honor, and a “build your own bouquet” station, which gives each dining party the opportunity to create a custom bouquet for mom at no charge. Special brunch menu items include King crab benedict, grilled asparagus, béarnaise, toasted lemon poppy seed bread, and salmon caviar for $32 or Challah stuffed French toast, with peanut butter, Nutella, fresh berries, whipped sweet mascarpone, truffle honey, and caramel for $19. A reservation is required; for more information or to make a reservation, visit or call (561)655-4001.  
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Easter in #DowntownWPB

Easter Sunday is April 17 and several DowntownWPB establishments are offering Easter specials and brunches so you and your loved ones can celebrate the holiday weekend.

  1. Batch New Southern Kitchen & Tap (225 Clematis Street): This Clematis Street mainstay is hosting Easter Brunch and their own version of an Easter egg hunt, where each table can pick an Easter egg and win “ridiculous prizes.” Brunch is from 10 am.-4 p.m. For more information, visit or call (561)708-0000.  
  2. Johan’s Joe Swedish Restaurant (401 S. Dixie Highway, Suite 3): Celebrate Easter with a Swedish twist! Pre-order their delicious semlor buns to enjoy as a delicious treat on Easter Sunday. For more information or to order online, visit or call (561)808-5090.  
  3. Pioneer Linens (210 N. Clematis Street): Shop the Kim Seybert “Spring Delights” collection at Pioneer Linens. From cocktail napkins to coasters to tablecloths, this collection has the perfect Easter décor for your table. For more information, visit or call (800)207-5463.  
  4. Pistache French Bistro (101 N. Clematis Street):  Enjoy an elegant Easter brunch experience from 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Chef Mike Burgio will prepare a three-course prix fixe menu for $85 per person full of Pistache classics, as well as seasonal dishes! Visit to book your table. For more information, call (561)833-5090.  
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