Whatever Lola Wants
Jupiter clotheshorses no longer have to travel far to fill their closets. Located in Harbourside Place, Lola Dré boutique carries nearly 100 brands for women’s ready to wear, evening, resort and accessories. In addition to coveted collections from PatBo, Jonathan Simkhai and Ulla Johnson, it provides personal styling, private shopping parties and an online service for pre-orders.
111 Breakwater Court; 561.935.9949; loladre.com
Vessels to Vases
Stuart already has your weekend planned. The Treasure Coast’s biggest boat show turns 20 on January 10-12. Browse an array of watercraft from cruisers to sport fishing vessels from more than 175 exhibitors. Then head to Martin County Fairgrounds for the Stuart Antique Show on January 11 and 12. Approximately 100 dealers will display in its indoor venue.
54-290 NW Dixie Highway; stuartboatshow.com. 2616 SE Dixie Highway; floridaantiqueshows.com
South Florida’s 24/7 art scene rolls right along with the fourth edition of the Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary fair in West Palm Beach from January 9-12. International and regional galleries are showing a range of art from blue chip paintings to photography, such as Simon Procter’s C-print of Karl Lagerfeld at Boca Raton-based Rosenblum Contemporary’s booth.
825 South Dixie Highway at Okeechobee Boulevard; artpbfair.com
The romantic Amalfi Coast comes to PGA Commons in Palm Beach Gardens with the debut of Scusi Trattoria. Laurent Tourondel, the chef partner of the hugely popular BLT Steak empire, is behind the charming concept that is sure to be a hit for date night. Homemade pastas include agnolotti in sage brown butter, while other items are branzino and speck pizza.
4520 PGA Boulevard; 561.429.6938; scusirestaurants.com