In this article I am going to cover some activities in the Palm Beach area that you can do if you have some free time over the weekend! If you haven’t already, be sure to check out my blog posts on free activities, transportation, where to eat, and where to shop for Lilly!
Let’s get into some of the paid activities in the area!
Hey y’all! Today I wanted to another Lilly Pulitzer wish list post. Y’all seemed to love the last one and Lilly has released so many great pieces, I wanted to make another! In fact starting TODAY Lilly is doing some AWESOME gifts with purchase. I know I’ll be doing a little shopping myself because I just couldn’t resist 😉 The latest patriotic print, From Sea to Shining Sea, was also just released! It’s my favorite patriotic print yet! Without any further delay, let’s get into it.
Hey y’all! Welcome back to my blog! Today I’m going to be doing another installment of my Unofficial Guide to The Pink Retreat all about where to eat. If you are unfamiliar with The Pink Retreat, read this. And if you didn’t read my transportation blog post yet from last week, I’ll link that here so you can check that out as well. It includes a bunch of helpful tips about transportation, including how to get free rides around the area. Anyway, let’s get back to today’s post: Where To Eat!
One of my favorite parts of traveling is getting to try local flavors. I’m not gonna lie, I am a very picky eater, but that doesn’t mean I don’t like to try new things! I’m going to try my best to break this up into sections, with an “On The Island” section and “Off The Island” section. This list is also organized by price point. I will say my list is pretty extensive – I used to work on Worth Ave., I lived in Palm Beach, and I’ve vacationed in Palm Beach throughout my life, so I’ve been to my fair share of restaurants in the area. There are SOOOO many great restaurants I truly could not list them all, so these are just some of my favorites. Please note many restaurants on the Island close early, and some only open for lunch. I also recommend having reservations for dinner whenever possible if you plan to go to a more popular spot. All restaurants on this list link to their websites, so you can look a their menus, prices, and hours. Let’s get into it!
Hi y’all! Today I am writing the very first part in my Unofficial Pink Retreat Guide! I am so excited to be writing this since there are so many unanswered questions out there. I hope y’all will find it useful whether you’re going to The Pink Retreat in 2019, if you want to go in the future, or if you’re simply taking a trip to Palm Beach. Today I’ll specifically be covering transportation. It can be confusing to plan how to get around if you’ve never been somewhere before, so hopefully this will give some valuable insight. I just want to remind you all that I am in no way affiliated with The Pink Retreat or Lilly Pulitzer. I am just an attendee and fan wanting to help y’all out. Also everyone’s thoughts and ideas are different on what the best way to get around is, but these are my thoughts after both living in Palm Beach AND traveling there in the past. Now let’s get into it! 😉