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Hamilton Jewelers Worth Avenue and Palm Beach Gardens donate pink proceeds to Susan G. Komen

Hamilton Jewelers of Palm Beach and Princeton announced today that they will be the first jewelry major sponsor of the 8th annual Susan G. Komen’s Perfect Pink Party. which will be held January 20, 2018.

Hamilton has announced a “Perfect in Pink” Breast Cancer Month promotion.  During the month of October, Hamilton will donate 10% of sale proceeds to the Komen organization from all jewelry items sold containing a pink gemstone.   With an array of beautiful options — ranging from precious fancy pink diamonds to pink sapphires, spinel, and tourmaline — indeed there are many collections to choose from to support the program. 

Ambassador Nancy Brinker, Founder of Susan G Komen responds, “I am thrilled Hamilton Jewelers has partnered with Susan G. Komen’s Perfect Pink Party, as they too are an integral part of the Palm Beach Community.  The gala culminates several months of outreach for various community programs to fund breast cancer research and meet critical needs in the local community for those fighting breast cancer. “

Hamilton president Hank Siegel announces: “We are proud to support such a worthwhile organization.  My family has always been pleased to offer assistance to the important cause of breast cancer research and awareness, and this event is a wonderful opportunity to provide collaboration at an even more significant level.” 

 

About Susan G. Komen

Susan G. Komen is the world’s largest breast cancer organization, founded by Palm Beach resident, Ambassador Nancy G. Brinker. This national and international organization sets up the infrastructure in thousands of communities in America through their affiliate network and partners, with 1,900 national organizations delivering services, screening, education, financial aid and social support.  Susan G. Komen is also engaged in more than 60 countries. 

Preview upcoming season highlights at Notables Annual Celebration at Eau Spa Palm Beach October 10

Mix and mingle with your favorite charitable organizations and preview this season’s best events at the glamorous Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa.  Enjoy light hors d’oeuvres, signature cocktails and be the first to preview the 2017-18 Notables Season Preview magazine. Tuesday, October 10th, beginning at 6 PM.

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One lucky guest will win the opportunity to designate $5,000 to one of the following nonprofit organizations*
211 Palm Beach Treasure Coast
Achilles International
Aid To Victims of Domestic Abuse
American Heart Association
Armory Art Center
Catholic Charities Diocese of Palm Beach
Cultural Council of Palm Beach County
Habitat for Humanity of Palm Beach County
Historical Society of Palm Beach County
Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County
Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club
Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
Loggerhead Marinelife Center
Maltz Jupiter Theatre
Morselife Health Systems
Norton Museum of Art
Palm Beach Opera
Palm Beach Symphony
Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League
Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida
The ARC of Palm Beach County
United Way of Palm Beach County

A private wine-pairing dinner limited to 30 guests, Wednesday July 26th

Meat Market Palm Beach’s Summer Wine Dinner series has been an ongoing highlight for food and wine aficionados.  I was lucky to have enjoyed the most recent ones, both of which were sold out.  Chef Sean Brasel has prepared a special menu to compliment the extraordinary wines to be poured during the Hundred Acre Winery experience.   Gold Card members enjoy their 20% perk…  As of July 8th, only 18 seats were available, so reserve ASAP!  Call 561 354 9800 to reserve.  

(Reception 7:00 pm   Dinner 7:30 )

Passed Hors d’Oeuvres:

Classic Steak Tartare Canapés

Light Lobster “Ceviche” Spoon, Rose Water & Fresh Orange

Roasted Red Pepper & Corn fritters

Cucumber Babaganoush with Confit Baby Tomato

 

2016 Layer Cake Rosé of Pinot Noir & 2015 Cherry Pie Pinot Noir Three Vineyards

 

First Course:

Pressed Duck Confit Roulade

Fermented Strawberry Jam, Shaved Foie Gras,

Bittersweet Chocolate, Tart Strawberry Gel, Pistachio Crisp

2013 Cherry Pie Huckleberry Snodgrass Pinot Noir, Russian River Valley

 

Second Course:

Charcoal Roasted Veal Loin

Roasted Sunchoke Pudding, Red Wine Blue Berry Demi,

Roasted Sunchokes, Fresh Borage

2013 Cherry Pie Rodgers Creek Pinot Noir, Sonoma Coast

 

Third Course:

Ancho Cured Slow Roasted Buffalo Tenderloin

Confit Vanilla Baby Beets, Confit Heirloom Baby Carrots, Red Wine Plum Butter

2013 Hundred Acre Cabernet Sauvignon Ark Vineyard, Napa Valley

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2013 Hundred Acre Cabernet Sauvignon Kayli Morgan Vineyard, Napa Valley

 

Dessert:

Warm Dark Chocolate Lava Cake

Sour Cherry Ice Cream, Burnt Honey Meringue , Toasted Hazelnut Dust

Hundred Acre Fortification Port, Napa Valley

$250 per person (+7% sales tax and +20% gratuity)

 Call 561 354 9800 to reserve

Revamped Happy Hour Perks at Meat Market means it got even better!

We know it’s the Palm Beach hot-spot for happy hours, creative cocktails and over the top contemporary steakhouse bites, but as Andy Dugard,  General Manager says “It’s about catering to the wishes of our loyal patrons. We listen to them and we do our best to deliver.”

In addition to its popular drink and bar bites specials, Meat Market is now offering half-priced bottles of select wine. Options include a $30 bottle of 2015 Meomi Pinot Noir; 2014 Santa Margarita Pinot Grigio for $34; and many more.

To accompany these libations, Chef/Co-owner Sean Brasel have added a stellar variety of bites to the Happy Hour menu including Meat Market’s staple Gouda Tater Tots with garlic aioli ($8); Fried Okra & Cauliflower with spicy chimichurri sauce ($8); 4 oz. Wood Churrasco & Frites ($14); Roasted Escargot with spicy chorizo butter and grilled crostini ($17); and American-Style Kobe Tartare with capers, red onion, chopped egg and parmesan flatbread ($14).

Other drink specials include $10 glasses of Veuve Clicquot Brut Yellow Label; $10 Classic Belvedere Martinis; and $8 signature cocktails including White Sangria; Pimm’s Cup; The “One” Mule; Tangerine Dream; and Strawberry Caipirinha. Select wines, available by the glass, are priced at $7 – $9 and specialty beers range from $3.50 – $4.

Meat Market, located at 191 Bradley Place in Palm Beach, serves dinner nightly starting at 5 pm. Happy Hour is available at the bar and lounge, daily from 4 pm – 7 pm. For reservations, please call (561) 354-9800. Meat Market’s flagship restaurant is located at 915 Lincoln Road on South Beach. For more information, visit www.meatmarket.net.

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Born in Calcutta India, Ayesha Mayadas spent time as a textile engineer before pursuing her dream of working with metals and sculpture at the Rochester Institute of Technology.Ayesha believes line, along with form, weight and balance are key components that ensure a piece of jewelry resonates with the human form.  Her wearable pieces crafted in silver, gold and platinum pay meticulous attention to line as the character and direction of a line has the power to communicate emotion and states of mind.  As she states, “The quality of a line is equal to an artists’ signature.”

 

Her stunning necklaces, earrings and wedding rings will be featured at the upcoming 14th Annual Palm Beach Fine Craft Show taking place at the Palm Beach County Convention Center February 16th through 19th.  This year, the highly curated Palm Beach Fine Craft Show will be produced by Palm Beach Show Group and co-located with their popular Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show.

The Palm Beach Fine Craft Show provides an opportunity for interactive dialogue with the artists themselves for avid collectors as well as those looking for an introduction to begin a personal collection.  Jury Members have reviewed a record number of artist’s submissions in categories including: glass, ceramics, sculpture, furniture, as well as mixed media, fashion, jewelry, and more.  For more information, please go to http://www.palmbeachfinecraft.com

 

 

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The porcelain sculptures of Ray Gross are well-known, especially to Palm Beachers as highly collectible.  Often mistaken for the “real thing”, the hyper-realistic sculptures have a pop-art flair that reflects the artist’s humor and outlook.  Ray’s “Louie, Louie” porcelain handbag sculpture is a particularly popular piece with collectors from the Hamptons to Palm Beach.  The artist, sculptor and designer was raised in South Florida, and he is a member of the Cultural Council of Palm Beach County, and serves on the faculty at the Armory Arts Center Complex in West Palm Beach.

Look for his latest works at the 14th Annual Palm Beach Fine Craft Show which is scheduled to take place at the Palm Beach County Convention Center February 16th through 19th.  This year, the highly curated Palm Beach Fine Craft Show will be produced by Palm Beach Show Group and co-located with their popular Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show.  

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Show hours are Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m.   Sunday hours are from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.

 

The prestigious Palm Beach Fine Craft Show is making its triumphant return to the Palm Beach County Convention Center February 16th through 19th.

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This four-day juried event is known to collectors as a must-see showcase for fine craft artisans to display and sell their innovative and original works.  These “latest” collections in contemporary art and design include glass, ceramics, sculpture, furniture, and mixed media, fashion, jewelry, and more. Many of these artists have works included in private and corporate collections all over the world.  This year brings several new aspects to the popular and well-respected Palm Beach Fine Craft Show.  For the first time, the Show will be hosted simultaneously with the renowned Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show which runs February 15th through 21st at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. 

Last year’s elegant Palm Beach Fine Craft Show hosted 135 of the nation’s top contemporary craft artists, offering their latest celebrated works in a comfortable, indoor setting. In keeping with its expanding audience and     beginning a new tradition, the 2017 Palm Beach Fine Craft Show will showcase more artists than ever including the finest artisans internationally as exhibitors for the first time.

Evening baby by Michelle Lalonde

Beginning this year, the Palm Beach Show Group has incorporated the Palm Beach Fine Craft Show into their prestigious roster of art, antique and jewelry shows.  The Palm Beach Show Group is the leading full-service show production company in the nation, specializing in world-class fine art, jewelry, and antiques shows. They currently produce eight of the industries’ most anticipated events, known for their diverse roster of top international dealers, exceptional merchandise and elegant décor.   

The combination of the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show and the Palm Beach Fine Craft Show during Palm Beach’s peak season in February 2017 (over President’s Weekend) is sure to catch the attention of discerning collectors from all over the globe. 

Mary Mahoney has been an institution in Palm Beach for three decades.  Today the shop is not only a staple for Palm Beach hostesses in the know who master the ‘art of entertaining’, but is also a source of inspiration for anyone in search of ideas, themes for their next event, and gifts for their hosts.  

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Black River Caviar seems to be an ongoing favorite among her regular clients and visiting ‘house guests’ looking for the perfect gift for their host/hostess. So much so, Mary added a designated Black River Caviar section to include a fabulous display of Caviar servers to accompany the exquisite assortment of Siberian and Oscietra caviar.

Black River Caviar, a favorite among Palm Beach residents and exclusive purveyor to Seabourn Cruise Lines, is served at some of the finest restaurants across the Globe.  Harvested in the pristine waters of the Rio Negro with excellent properties for sturgeon breeding, the environment mimics the real flow of a river in a completely natural area, free of contaminants and pollution.

 

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 To inquire about the various types and price list,  

call Mary Mahoney at 561 655 8288  

Visit The World of Mary Mahoney

 

 

 

New 2017 Collection exclusive to Worth Avenue 

120% Lino recently celebrated the opening of its fifth boutique in South Florida, but the only fashionistas lucky enough to get first dibs on the new 2017 Collection, are those who visit the Worth Avenue store!  

Forecasting a Season of stylistic pursuit, an un-coded message that declares a passion for contemporary and timeless chic looks, look to 120% Lino for broderie anglaise and macramé, silk/linen blends, glitter printing, frosted jersey and fabric prints in a super fashionable Italian luxury style collection.

Understated Palm Beach Perfection

Understated Palm Beach Perfection

Italy’s foremost fashion brand, 120% Lino offers an understated elegant style; the perfect fit for people who love sophistication and natural elegance either in the city, or during travel, every season of the year.  Direct from Italy, their recent highly sought after Cruise Collection was inspired by the late Seventies and early Eighties with an elegant, relaxed vision re-imagined for current fashions utilizing enduring styling. lino-orange-dress

 

 

 

DRESS UP YOUR UNDERSTATED LUXURY LOOK

120% Lino knows how to dress up your understated luxury look. Allow us to assist you in selecting from beautiful handbags, scarves, hats, statement jewelry and shoes to complete your look. We are working with the best Italian designers who are making their accessories exclusively for 120% Lino.

Click here to view 2017 Spring/Summer Collection

 

 

Jupiter-based OBEO Society presents Boots, Brews and BBQ, on Saturday, November 12, 2016 from 3:00 pm to 11:00 pm. This 8-hour event designed to indulge the senses and celebrate local veterans.

Guests will enjoy a tastings menu designed and prepared by some of Palm Beach County’s best chefs including Culinary Chairman Tim Lipman, open-bar with talented mixologists, craft beer from local brewers, Fran Andrewlevich and Matt Webster, outdoor games and activities, all culminating with live concerts from hit Country Music Artists Jutt Huffman, Maggie Baugh, Drake White and headliner Craig Morgan.

Only 100 of 500 all-inclusive tickets remain!

boots-brews-bbqBOOTS, BREWS & BBQ:  Veterans Day Weekend – Saturday, November 12th from 3pm to 11pm

  • Culinary Tastings from top local chefs
  • TIM LIPMAN | NUNZIO BILLANTE | AARON BLACK
    ADAM BROWN | FRITZ CASSEL | CLAY CONLEY
    LAUREN DESHIELDS | CHRIS MARSHALL
    TORY MARTINDALE | JEN REED | DREW SHIMKUS
    JIMMY STRINE | REBECCA TRAVERSE
    (lineup subject to change)
    4 Live Concerts | Open-Bar | Mixologists
    Local Breweries | Games | Silent Auction | Live Auction
    Outdoor Activities and Games including cornhole and lake fishing
  • Beer Garden hosted by Twisted Trunk & TBC
  • Silent & Live Auctions
  • VIP Lounge/Tent Service;  Talent Meet & Greets / Exclusive Tastings & Chef Talks | Swag Bags

Set at the beautiful Lucky Old Sun Ranch in Jupiter Farms, BBB is not just for the 500 lucky guests. After working closely with the Veterans Administration of Palm Beach County, OBEO Society identified three local veteran families who are struggling in various ways. OBEO Society, their partners and sponsors hope to raise funds to help cover costs and expenses for these heroes in their time of need. Their goal is to provide $10,000 to each of the three families.

For those unfamiliar with OBEO Society, their motto is Life Unscripted.  Founder Mark Imbertson says, “We are an organization that encourages individuals and couples to search for excitement, adventure and creating new life experiences.  We provide the events and the inspiration, all you have to do is show up!”

Tickets on sale now http://www.obeosociety.com  Can’t attend?  Donate at http://www.GoFund.Me/BBB2016
GROUP TICKETS CALL: 561-320-OBEO