Evening on Antique Row Returns for 26th Year!
The Young Friends of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County will host its signature annual event, Evening on Antique Row, on Saturday, March 7. For the 26th year, the HSPBC brings attention to the world-famous art and design district of West Palm Beach with its distinctively stylish street party. General Admission includes cocktails, samplings from the area’s hippest restaurants and caterers, live music, artists, shopping, and new surprises each year. South Dixie Highway will be closed to vehicles from Monroe Drive to Southern Boulevard, allowing visitors to explore unique shops that will stay open late to tempt attendees with 17th- to 20th-century antiques, decorative arts, fine art, and design services.
List of participating restaurants for general event-
Café Sapori, Aioli, Cucina- Palm Beach, Don Ramon, Mazies, Galley at the Hilton, West Palm Beach, Grato, Lynoras, Clares Kitchen, Soubon Kitchen and Bar, Ramon and Poke Lab at Grandview, Bolay, Food Shack/Little Moirs Catering, Ice Cream Club, Starbucks and Subculture Coffee.
List of restaurants and cocktail sponsors for the VIP tent-
Okeechobee Steak House, The Restaurant at the Norton, Sushi Jo, Loic Bakery with Titos Vodka, Steel Tie Spirits, Old Forster Bourbon, Gourmet Galaxy Wine Bar, and Steam Horse Lager plus a special sensory cocktail pairing by Lili Bermuda Palm Beach
Evening on Antique Row benefits the education programs of the Historical Society of Palm Beach County, the non-profit organization that collects, preserves, and shares our countywide history and operates the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum in West Palm Beach’s historic 1916 Court House.
Contact Caroline Frazier at 561-832-4164 ext. 106 or [email protected] to learn more.
Photos from the 2020 Evening on Antique Row – West Palm Beach
TICKET INFORMATION, COMMITTEE AND SPONSORS
When: Saturday, March 7;
Where: South Dixie Hwy. from Monroe Dr. to Southern Blvd., West Palm Beach
Tickets: General Admission is $65 in advance/$80 at the event for the main event (Shopping/Street Party) 6-9 pm. VIP Admission is $125 in advance/$150 at the event for the main event PLUS the VIP After-Party 8-11 pm, with lounge access at 6:00 pm PLUS (if purchased early) the Kick-off reception on February 26 at Table 26.
Committee: Amanda Atwater, Amy Call, Angela Carrasco, Sarah Yansura Cooke, Thomas D’Agostino Jr., Krista Downey, Nicole Kirchhoff and Nick Sargent, Stacey Leuliette, Connor Lewis, Taylor Materio, Janet Murphy, Patrick Painter, Xiomi and J. Roby Penn, Kiana Rivera, Sarah Scheffer, Christian Stahlman, Rachel Tessoff, Nicole and Keith Williams
Sponsors: Antique Row Association, Atlas Party Rental, Blackjade Consulting LLC, Brown Distributing, City of West Palm Beach, Discover the Palm Beaches, Eau Palm Beach, FPL, Hedrick Brothers Construction, Leeds Custom Design, Nievera Williams Design, Palm Beach Illustrated, PNC Bank, Rachel Tessoff Realtor, Sciame Homes, Searcy, Denney et. al Attorneys, Table 26, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Very Important Paws, Wall Private Wealth, and Window Gang of Palm Beach.
ABOUT THE YOUNG FRIENDS OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY. The Young Friends of the Historical Society is a steering committee that plans and participates in a variety of special events throughout the year, including Cocktails in Paradise and Evening on Antique Row.
ABOUT THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF PALM BEACH COUNTY. Since 1937 the Historical Society of Palm Beach County has collected, preserved, and shared the county’s history. The HSPBC reaches hundreds of thousands of Palm Beach County’s young people, residents, and visitors through its collections, the Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum in West Palm Beach’s historic 1916 Court House, and community and education programming.
ABOUT THE RICHARD AND PAT JOHNSON PALM BEACH COUNTY HISTORY MUSEUM. The Richard and Pat Johnson Palm Beach County History Museum enriches the lives of children and adults alike by making local history accessible, interesting, and meaningful. The Museum contains two second-floor interactive, permanent exhibits—The People Gallery and The Place Gallery—and a Rotating Exhibit Gallery. Visitors may also tour the courthouse’s two-story, 2,897-square-foot historic courtroom and balcony on the third and fourth floors of the building. A visit to the seat of the county’s judicial beginnings is a central component to the museum experience.