March 2010, Wellington Table
Good friends, great food, garlic and olive oil are the key ingredients behind Wellington’s new Agliolio Fresh Pasta & Wine Bar, owned by Donna and Jeff Duelfer.
SCOTT’S PLACE PARK SPRINGS TO LIFE
It has been many years since Barbara and Del Williamson lost their six-year-old son Scott, but all this time, they’ve been searching for a fitting way to honor his short life. Their dream is now reality for disabled children and their families living in Wellington.
PERFECT FASHIONS FOR THE SEASON
Whether you’re attending a grand prix at the Palm Beach International Equestrian Club or enjoying brunch fieldside at the International Polo Club, the goal this season is to radiate style without being showy, as shown by our special equestrian models Bobby Murphy and Lindsay Yosay McCall.
WELLINGTON AN OLYMPIC VILLAGE
Wellington, home of the Winter Equestrian Festival, the largest and longest-running equestrian competition in the world, also is home to more Olympic equestrians than any other single location in the United States. During the winter months, Wellington truly becomes America’s Olympic Village.
THE FLOWER POWER OF DEAN VARVARIGOS
Wellington Florist, located in the Wellington Marketplace, has been a community staple since 1991, thanks to the expertise and professionalism of Melinda and Dean Varvarigos. The latter is this month’s nominee for Wellington The Magazine’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award.
BEDNER’S: FRESH FROM FIELD TO FORK
A 9,800-square-foot country store is rising on State Road 7 west of Boynton Beach. Due for completion in February, the barn-like building will turn a vision into reality, providing fresh produce directly from field to fork, courtesy of Bedner’s Farm Fresh Market.
February 2010, Wellington Table
Many restaurants have established themselves in the Wellington area. But once you’ve been to Joe’s American Bar & Grill, you know you’ll be coming back — and often. Both food and service are nothing less than stellar.
30 YEARS OF POLO IN WELLINGTON
While polo has had its peaks and valleys since its arrival here in 1979,Wellington remains the epicenter of the sport in the United States, mainly because the best players in the world play here. And much of that can be credited to Palm Beach Polo founder William Ylivsaker.