Mother’s Day Tea at the Flagler Musuem

Happy Mother’s Day from Grandview Gardens Bed and Breakfast.

Enjoy an elegant Mother’s Day Tea with your family at the Cafe des Beaux-Arts at the Flagler Museum. What better way to celebrate Mother’s day than with hot tea and some History. The celebration of Mothers Day started in 1914 during the Gilded Age after being established by Congress as a National Holiday. In the spirit of this tradition join us at the Flagler Museum on May 13 and 14th for a special Mothers Day event.

Each “Mom” will receive a special floral corsage.

Event Date:
May 13,  11:30 am – 2:30 pm
May 14,  12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

$30 Members
$50 Non-Members
$20 Children under 12
Includes Museum Admission, tax, and gratuity.

For more information and to make reservations:
Call: 561-655-2833

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West Palm Beach Warehouse District Set to Open

A great new venue for shopping is coming to the neighborhood. The Warehouse District, located directly across from Howard Park and Grandview Gardens Bed and Breakfast, is a sprawling complex of vintage buildings to provide pop-up retail and creative space for local artisans and entrepreneurs.

Grange Hall Market, a NY-inspired food hall, is the central focal point for the Warehouse District and will be holding a preview party on March 18th before its official grand opening! The party will run from 7 – 11 pm on Saturday, March 18th and the admission is $10.

Featuring Food trucks, Produce vendors, and Coffee roasters, come join the neighborhood community in welcoming the newest addition to the Warehouse District. Some of the vendors include Zipitios Tacos, Graces Sausages and Fine Foods, Rabbit Coffee Roasting Co., Celis Produce, Flower & Fringe, and Fat Bird and Little Red Truck.




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Restaurants Open for Thanksgiving

As reported in the Palm Beach Post today, here are restaurants within 15 minutes driving distance from Grandview Gardens Bed & Breakfast in West Palm Beach:


125 Datura St., West Palm Beach; 561-623-0822

Hoping to lighten up the holiday a bit, the popular West Palm Beach restaurant will serve a healthier version of a holiday feast from 1 to 9 p.m. The three-course meal costs $47 per adult, $25 per child. Diners will have seven fresh first-course options that range from salads to fish tacos, seven main course options that include a traditional Thanksgiving dinner as well as a more healthful version, plus mussels, grilled hanger steak organic salmon, and a vegetarian sweet potato gnocchi. For the sweet finale, there are five options, including decadent pies. 


2854 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; 561-683-5151

The iconic steakhouse will serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal from 1 to 9 p.m., for $30.99 per adult, $15.99 per child. The meal: house salad, turkey with stuffing and gravy, mashed potatoes or yams, vegetables, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie.


101 N Clematis St., West Palm Beach; 561-833-5090

This popular French bistro will offer a three-course Thanksgiving menu from 3 to 9 p.m., at $59 per adult, $25 per child (plus tax and 20 percent tip). Reservations are recommended. On the menu: French soups and salads, roast turkey with chestnut brioche stuffing, bacon Brussels sprouts and sweet potato puree, beef Bourguignon, Florida pompano, steak frites, plus various holiday-worthy pies and desserts.


100 S. Ocean Blvd., Manalapan; 561-540-4924 

The resort’s Salon Ballroom will host the Eau Does Giving Grand Buffet, which benefits the Palm Beach County Food Bank, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The sumptuous buffet costs $95 for adults, $40 for children ages 5 to 12.

Meanwhile, Eau’s Temple Orange bistro serves a Thanksgiving buffet from 5 to 10 p.m. for $65 per adult, $16 per child aged 5 to 12.  At Angle, the resort’s fine dining option, à la carte dinner will be served from 5 to 10 p.m., with wine pairings available.

The resort is also offering a “Turkey to Go” option: buy a complete takeout meal for four to six guests for $295. Orders must be placed by Nov. 20. 

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West Palm Beach Green Market’s Seasons End is Approaching

As season comes to an end so does the West Palm Beach Green Market.  The West Palm Beach Green Market began over 20 years ago with a mission statement: “To provide our local community with seasonal access to locally grown fresh fruits, fresh vegetables, plants & agricultural products and to support the southeast Florida agricultural community, especially Palm Beach County, providing an outlet for locally grown crops, specialty and value-added products, and stimulating crucially needed agricultural development”.

Since it began in 1994, the Green Market has gone above and beyond their mission statement to make every Saturday from October to May on West Palm Beach’s beautiful Waterfront come alive with food, culture, and excitement in the place to be seen.  The Green Market provides over 70 different vendors and a great environment to stroll with your kids and dogs.  You can also take time to relax in the Oasis where they offer $10 unlimited mimosa’s.


Get fit at the West Palm Beach GreenMarket.  May 21 and 28 join former Miami Dolphin Jeff Ogden for a morning of fitness, yoga and the JOTC obstacle course to benefit the American Lung Association.

Enjoy FREE parking in the Banyan and Evernia parking garages during market hours, FREE entertainment, a kids’ area, and $10 bottomless mimosas.

May 28 will be the last GreenMarket of the season.  Enjoy your summer!!  The 2016-17 season will start on Saturday, October 1st.

For more information:  561/822.1515 or


West Palm Beach GreenMarket

Saturdays, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm

West Palm Beach Waterfront

Map of Downtown Parking

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