A beautifully restored Art Deco building in downtown West Palm Beach is the new home of Thoroughfare. Funded by the Knight Foundation and organized by the Downtown Development Authority, the pop-up market gathers cool merchants who represent a variety of categories such as fashion, plants and cuisine. Some vendors are Dina’s Vegan Deli, Grow (urban gardens) and Oceana Coffee.
314 Clematis Street; thoroughfare.co
Tim Lipman, the chef owner of the Parched Pig on the Palm Beach Gardens/Jupiter border, is skipping ahead to spring with new seasonal menus. The rollout encompasses tapas, desserts and floral-spirited cocktails. A few to try are blistered shishito peppers in mushroom vinaigrette, pecan pie and the “Shane-speare In Love,” a garden-themed sip with green chili, raspberry and rose.
4580 Donald Ross Road; 561.360.3063
The Vero Beach Art Club marches on with its 69th annual “Under the Oaks” fine arts and crafts show this weekend. It’s not only the organization’s largest fund-raiser but one of the nation’s top events of its kind. More than 200 artists from potters to jewelry makers are expected to set up their artworks and wares in Riverside Park from March 13-15.
3001 Riverside Park Drive; undertheoaksartshow.com
One doesn’t need a ticket to hear live music all over Stuart on Sunday. Its weekly Green Market in Memorial Park features musical acts, along with the Rockin’ Riverwalk’s afternoon concerts. Or head to Notes Music Room & Wine Bar, where Fred Haas & Friends’ five-piece jazz band accompanies vocalist Sabrina Brown starting at 2:30 p.m.
300 SE Ocean Boulevard; stuartgreenmarket.com. 872 Colorado Avenue; 772.320.9039; stuartwinebar.com