The Scoop: Palm Beach & Stuart | Weekend of October 31st

Turning the Tide

TideHouse, a new waterfront dining destination on Stuart’s St. Lucie River, has the hipster look of the Standard Miami Beach. But it’s actually the sister restaurant of Guanabanas in Jupiter, which is as well-known for live music and good vibes as fresh local seafood. TideHouse’s gorgeous view and fun seating vignettes should draw Floridians from near and far.

915 NW Flagler Avenue; 772.444.3166;

Strong Supper

Several players in South Florida’s culinary scene are coming together for Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry benefit dinner on November 3. Buccan chefs Clay Conley and Zach Bell host the five-course feast with wine pairings by local master sommelier Virginia Philip. Stubborn Seed’s Jeremy Ford and Avocado Grill’s Julien Gremaud are also taking part.

350 South County Road; 561.833.3450;

Palm Beach Story

Regional author Les Standiford is becoming South Florida’s go-to history author. He follows his page-turning novel “Last Train To Paradise” about Florida developer Henry Flagler with a must-read book about the state’s most famous island. “Palm Beach, Mar-A-Lago, & the Rise of America’s Xanadu” dives into heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post’s storied estate and era.

Kips Bay Closeup

Get a sneak peek of the 2020 Kips Bay Decorator Show House Palm Beach Edition during the Design Center of the Americas’ Fall Market on November 7. Designers will gather at the Shade Store to dish on next year’s concept and the behind-the-scenes process that never fails to impress. View new collections by Baker and JANUS et Cie, too.

1855 Griffin Road; 954.920.7997;

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