Celebrate March Wag-ness at Posh Pet Hotel

March is going to the dogs in West Palm Beach thanks to the Southend’s swanky Posh Pet Hotel. The month is filled with activities for your pampered pooch…everything from a Doggie Luau to a water obstacle course. It’s time your four-legged friend kicked up their heels with a much deserved Spring Break. Call Posh Pet Hotel at 561-225-1559 for more details.

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6710 S. Dixie Hwy
West Palm Beach, FL  33405


Celebs Crave SoSo

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Sorry Carolina. Legendary singer-songwriter James Taylor was going to the Southend in his mind this past Valentine’s Day weekend.

In town for a concert to support the Dana Farber Cancer Institute at Mar-a-Lago Club, Taylor ordered a Cuban Steak Platter from SoSo’s own Havana on the night before Valentine’s Day using food delivery service Cravy.

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Apparently, the meal was not enough to satisfy his Cuban fix. Taylor called back the next night for seconds. This time he sampled the restaurant’s Roast Pork with Yellow Rice and Black Beans and V-Day sweet treats of Tres Leches and Flan.

flanImage courtesy of Yelp.com

Taylor is far from the first celebrity to feast on some Havana fare. Past patrons have included Sofia Vergara and now husband Joe Manganiello, Martha Stewart and the Food Network’s Alton Brown among others.

Want to find out what’s luring them in? Stop by Havana and find out.

6801 S Dixie Highway
West Palm Beach, FL  33405


Teeing Up Pilates For Golfers

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Trying to shave a few (or, who are we kidding, a glut) of strokes from your golf game? Consider Pilates.

More and more professional and amateur golfers are turning to the total body conditioning of Pilates to improve their game. Why?

Benefits include:

  • Increased club head speed and distance of drive
  • Increased flexibility and spinal rotation
  • Strengthened abdominals and gluteals
  • Keeping your center of gravity aligned over your base of support
  • Balancing the body due to the one-sided nature of the sport

Pilates Studio 1 in the Southend works with individuals to create a golf conditioning program that trains muscles in each side of the body for the specific jobs they are required to do when playing golf.

To apply these techniques for improvement in golf, players need a training program that will produce the greatest results in the most efficient amount of time. With primary focus on core strength, flexibility, stability and balance, while evening out the drastic, and repetitive imbalances put on the various muscles on both sides of the body, Pilates is a great tool for conditioning these smaller isolated muscle groups while correcting any imbalances golfing causes.


From now until February 29, the Studio is offering 20% off a series of 4 Golfer’s Equipment Classes with promo code LOVEGOLF. (Classes must be taken within two months of purchase.)

Ready to jump in, but new to Pilates? Owner Marian Llamas advises starting with the basics.

“The Golfer’s Equipment Class is an intermediate Pilates class, so it’s not meant to teach the beginner concepts of Pilates- it’s meant for those that already know the concepts. If someone wants to take this class and they don’t have previous Pilates experience, they can join us for our beginner mat classes for a few months and then move up to the Golfer’s Class.”

There’s no better time to up your game and lower your score.

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Pilates Studio 1
5508 South Dixie Hwy
West Palm Beach, FL 33405


Sweet Dreams at the South Florida Science Center


Valentine’s Day may be over, but let the chocolate fountain continue to flow. Join the South Florida Science Center for their 11th Annual Science of Chocolate, this Saturday, February 20 from 11AM-5PM.

During this 6-hour event, visitors will learn the science behind how chocolate is made, the chemical properties of chocolate, as well as its potential health benefits. Activities include liquid nitrogen chocolate ice cream, frozen chocolate molds, chocolate samples, a never-ending chocolate fountain from Hoffman’s Chocolates, and chocolate-related crafts and activities.

It’s a delicious opportunity for chocolate-lovers of all ages.

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Living La Dolce Vita


Fresh from Antique Row, Dolce Antiques brings its fabulous and unique finds to the Southend. Nestled on Georgia Avenue, just north of Bunker Road, Dolce is an ever-changing menagerie of treasures.

Here’s a sneak peek of a few sweet treats currently in store:

toile chandelier


Light up a room in more ways than one with this gorgeous toile painted Italian chandelier with surrounding glass panels. ($1,450)






Looking for a way to breathe life into a drab space? This green lacquered console, with its Asian design, would add the perfect twist of lime. ($1,600)






There’s nothing wrong with clamming up when it comes to these stunning shells. This pair of rare giant Tridacna Gigas clam shells is said to have originated in the Pacific Islands circa 1800 and are natural conversation starters. ($2,800)


Stop by the Dolce shop to see more. It’s always a worthwhile adventure.

5015 Georgia Ave.
West Palm Beach, FL  33405
(561) 588-6550