Boca Raton, Florida has gained prominence in select social circles recently, with high style magazines and society bloggers discussing its eclectic dining scene, excellent shopping, and great beaches. Be it the city’s storied history, wonderful weather, or endless list of activities, Boca Raton offers something for residents and guests alike.
Many visitors and future residents are drawn to Boca Raton’s great weather. With an average amount of 231 sunny days per year, the residents of Boca Raton slip on swimsuits and flip flops instead of heavy winter coats and snow shoes. Moving to Boca is just like escaping the snow! Floridians also make the time to catch the sunset when they can. No need to worry about finding a great spot, members of St. Andrews Country Club can watch the sunset right from their backyard – just look west!
With an endless well of inspiration, Boca Raton draws in artists of all kinds with its warm climate, authentic history, and artistic freedoms. In turn, these artists have helped establish Boca as a cultural centerpiece of Florida, with events such as the Festival of the Arts. The Festival of the Arts Boca runs for two weeks early in the year and offers cultural education to young and young-at-heart alike, alongside presenting live performances and author talks. For painting and sculpture, many residents of Boca Raton turn to the Boca Raton Museum of Arts, which curates a healthy collection of artists from around the world and around the corner. Art fans attend the Gallery Talk, held twice a month, where gallery specialists lead a guided tour around a certain collection of the museum and grant insight to the attending guests.
Boca Raton’s upscale lifestyle brings in definitive shopping and unique products that can’t be found anywhere else. Mizner Park, an expansive outdoor market street, is where local boutiques such as Marcella’s stand in direct proximity to high-end brands such as Coach. Its location to Mizner Park Amphitheatre means that after a day of shopping, guests will often step outside to enjoy an impromptu music concert or festival performing outside the shopping complex. The Town Center at Boca Raton has offered high-end convenience and style together for over forty-eight years with brands such as Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue located in the same area.
With its moderate climate and long growing season, dining aficionados are drawn to Boca Raton and its vibrant culinary scene. But nothing in Boca Raton can compare to the personalized dining experience offered within St. Andrews Country Club. The Grille at Lakeside is a member favorite and famous for new American fare such as steak and seafood served alongside a breathtaking lake view.
If Florida is known for its great outdoor activities, then Boca Raton is known for its amazing beaches. Expansive Red Reef Park hosts 39.7 acres for guests to run, play, snorkel, and explore in. Some guests are interested in taking the nature trail and keeping a lookout for local species of birds and mammals, while others are happy to take a dip in the ocean. Known for its signature golf courses, members of St. Andrews Country Club find it easy to gather with friends for a few rounds, or work with a professional to improve their game at the Golf Performance Center.
Retirement is for living your best life, and in Boca Raton, we expect nothing less. Live your best life at St. Andrews Country Club, where a full spread of activities and upscale restaurants come accompanied with personal service and connections with your local members. Having been nominated within the Top Ten Healthiest Clubs in America by Prevo Health Solutions, St. Andrews Country Club lives up to the nomination by providing a variety of activities and classes for residents to take. They’ll often be found taking yoga classes early in the morning, and then convening at one of the many events held at the Club later, such as the charity events and cultural events. Live life the St. Andrews way and join us by calling (561)451-4900 or visiting us here.