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Lived here for a year. Management of the building was poor. During the summer the AC units couldn't keep up and were disabled causing temperatures to reach critical levels. Over 100 degrees for weeks at a time. Causing the AC to run constant and getting...More
Great place to stroll, grab a wonderful bite to eat. We chose 5th element and were over the moon about the service and food. Beautifully done area with lights and decorated for the fall season. Loved it!
The European Village sounded unique when I read about it online. There seemed to be mixed reviews, but I love experiencing new things and seeing new places so we decided to check it out. I LOVED it!! It is a such a beautiful, charming square...More
Best place to stay on that side of the bridge. If you are looking for a resort type feel, then you will want to travel over the toll bridge. This place is more like a community because its condos. However, its unique because it feels...More
This use to be such an awesome place to hangout but because it's so expensive a lot of stores/shops closed up. It is still worth a drive to if you want to go look around or grab a drink or a bite to eat.
👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍👍Take your dog.. Stop by Farley’s Irish pub, pik up a bouquet of flowers or see Judy at Coastal Mermaid!! Trust me you won’t leave without purchasing something!!! Farley’s and Coastal Mermaid are my favorites!
This is a venue that just never quite took off. Fabulous idea of small condos and apartments overlooking the intracoastal waterway with a central courtyard filled with boutiques and restaurants on the first floor. But the early 2000's recession took it down and it has...More
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The market is currently open every Sunday 12-4 PM. I was there last month. Not a lot of vendors as it was early in the season. More vendors come as the weather warms up. I actually ran into Ty Pennington there. He has a... More
The market is currently open every Sunday 12-4 PM. I was there last month. Not a lot of vendors as it was early in the season. More vendors come as the weather warms up. I actually ran into Ty Pennington there. He has a home in the area. There is a vendor that has awesome shrimp, a great bakery person with breads and dessert items. As you walk into the village stop at Europa and get one of their $5 drinks. She will greet you when you walk in. The orange crushes are delicious and she is very generous with the liquor. She also has bloody marys, and margaritas. Take your drink and walk around the piazza and check out all the vendors and restaurants. Next door is a fabulous Italian restaurant with delicious pizza and pasta. I got some fabulous olive tapenade from one of the vendors. They usually have music either with a band or piped in. It is great to walk around with your drink listening to reggae. It's a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon.