Surf’s on the up and up with Eau Palm Beach’s series of artist-edition paddle boards. The resort collaborated with notable creatives like photographer Nicolas Mele and Donald Robertson, an illustrator who moonlights as the creative director of Esteé Lauder, to support Loggerhead Marinelife Center and create an Instagram moment in one.
100 South Ocean Boulevard; 561.533.6000; eaupalmbeach.com
Photo Credit: Nicolas Mele
The Parched Pig, Coolinary’s Café’s sipping sister in Jupiter, launched a globetrotter-themed drink menu complete with passport-stamped ice cubes. Stops include Ireland, Portugal and Japan, among many exotic destinations. Kiss My Kappamaki, a vodka- and gin-based version of its namesake sushi roll with ginger, wasabi, and sticky rice simple syrup, sounds so refreshing.
4580 Donald Ross Road; 561.360.3063
Start your engines for “Sculpture in Motion: The Art of Pre- and Post-War Automobiles” at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens on November 16. Several models haven’t seen the light of day outside their private museums. Car mavens will be delighted with rare gems such as a 1938 Delahaye 135 MS by Figoni and Falaschi.
253 Barcelona Road; 561.832.5328; ansg.org
Stuart only loves a beer dinner more than its burgeoning brewery scene. Ocean Republic got the memo and is hosting a farm-to-fork feast with five beer pairings on November 21. Don’t expect pub fare though. Red snapper crudo, molecular gastronomy-constructed Caprese salad and sous-vide ribeye cap are more like it.
1630 SE Federal Highway; 772.600.5596; oceanrepublicbrewing.com