Shop, Wine and Dine, and Enjoy the Arts in Palm Beach
As a Palm Beach resident, I love telling others about the area. If you’ve never visited Palm Beach, you don’t know what you’re missing! There’s so much more to do than hitting the surf and sand, so today I’d like to tell you about two of my favorite spots in the area: Worth Avenue and The Society of Four Arts.
Worth Avenue’s marketing campaign claims that it is “the ultimate destination” and I definitely agree. Worth Avenue is a famous upscale shopping district that stretches four blocks from Lake Worth to the Atlantic Ocean. Some people call it “the Rodeo Drive of Florida,” referring to the famous shopping area in Beverly Hills that’s lined with designer boutiques.
Worth Avenue is home to over 200 shops, restaurants, hotels, local businesses, and art galleries. A few of the most popular stores on Worth Avenue include Neiman Marcus, Gucci, Tiffany & Company, Hermès, Valentino, Saks Fifth Avenue, and Chanel. The fine dining restaurants include Bice, Taboo, Cha-Cha’s, and Renato’s. Even if you avoid the shops and just stroll along and people watch, it’s definitely a fun experience.
The Society of Four Arts
If you enjoy art shows, lectures, concerts, and films, then The Society of Four Arts is for you. I always enjoy attending the art exhibits, film screenings and concerts. The lectures held are also informative and enjoyable. I also hold a special place in my heart for The Society of The Four Arts because I had my table setting display at the library about three years ago! It was a fun way to display my work and let others see how napkin folding can enhance your table.
The Society even offers children’s programs at their own children’s library. The children’s library is free and open to the public. Story time and other programs are a wonderful way to help kids have fun while learning.
If you are ever in Palm Beach, I hope you’ll get a chance to visit Worth Avenue and The Society of Four Arts. Don’t forget to tell them that the Napkin Wizard sent you!
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