We know that The Fourth of July will look a little different this year due to The Covid-19 Pandemic and social distancing guidelines, so we wanted to find a way to bring the festivities home! We have teamed up with several *AMAZING* local vendors and bloggers to give you some ideas and inspiration to make this Fourth of July Fabulous!


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Part II of our Festive on The Fourth Series is Feasting on The Fourth with Cristyle Egitto, owner of Eat Palm Beach!

Cristyle is a South Florida native, born in Miami and raised in Palm Beach. Her love of food came through her travels, seeing how cuisines differ and relate so much, and learning to eat like a local. She started Eat Palm Beach in 2013 as a way to rediscover her hometown and has been an active part of the local food community ever since. From brunch to happy hour to foodie events, she’s got you covered!

Be prepared to get some serious #cravings when you scroll through her Instagram. If you are a local foodie, her page is a MUST follow!

Feasting on The Fourth with Eat Palm Beach

Independence Day is around the corner! This year the celebration may be a little different but that doesn’t mean it can’t be a blast. (Get it? Fireworks? Boom.)

Looking for a way to celebrate at home with the fam without lighting up the barbecue? Look for Fourth of July family meals like Voodoo Bayou’s Crawfish Boil at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens.

View from UTiki

Beaches are closed this holiday weekend but fun in the sun is still an option with outdoor dining at waterfront restaurants. Enjoy a view of the lighthouse at Utiki, stay cool under the pergola at 1000 North or lounge in an Adirondack at Guanabanas.

Dune Dogs

Keeping it casual? Fill up on American fare with burgers and hotdogs at Dune Dog or snag Brass Ring burgers and wings to go from their NPB or Jupiter locations.

Light up the grill at home and support local purveyors with meats from Butcher Shop WPB or Joseph’s Market in PBG.

Don’t forget to stay sweet this Saturday with Nina’s Bakery in Jupiter or Matty’s Gelato in Juno Beach. Plus who doesn’t want Jupiter Donut Factory for breakfast?!

Parched Pig

 

Last but certainly not least, there’s a silver lining with craft cocktails to go from some of our favorite watering holes in town! Swing by The Parched Pig for festive concoctions to go!

Thank you so much Cristyle, our mouths are watering and we cannot wait to put your recommendations to use, especially those Craft Cocktails! Make sure to follow Eat Palm Beach for “all things foodie and delicious.”