Treat yourself!

You work so hard all year, Labor Day weekend is the time to have some fun and relax. We've got some ideas for you.

Sit back, kick your feet up!

The Labor Day holiday was created to honor American workers who contribute to the strength, prosperity and well-being of the country.
In short, you deserve a break today! We’ve gathered some of our best ways to treat yourself around Palm Beach County just for you.
Enjoy!

Sloan’s Ice Cream is the local favorite in our Palm Beach Post Readers Choice Awards. (Richard Graulich\/ The Palm Beach Post)

Sloan’s Ice Cream is the local favorite in our Palm Beach Post Readers Choice Awards. (Richard Graulich/ The Palm Beach Post)

The best ice cream shop in Palm Beach County, according to Palm Beach Post readers, is a place where store décor matches the whimsy of the shop’s far-out flavors.
Related: All Palm Beach Post Readers' Choice Food & Dining Winners


Mounts Botanical Garden of Palm Beach County

Mounts Botanical Garden of Palm Beach County

Get your moments of Zen by visiting these five serene spots in Palm Beach County.


A table by the sea at the new Breeze Ocean Kitchen, located at the Eau Palm Beach Resort in Manalapan. (Liz Balmaseda\/ Palm Beach Post)

A table by the sea at the new Breeze Ocean Kitchen, located at the Eau Palm Beach Resort in Manalapan. (Liz Balmaseda/ Palm Beach Post)

A good view is lemonade for the eyes. Here are some of the best al fresco dining spots from which to relax and view our paradise.


Early morning walkers catch the sunrise at Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach. (Lannis Waters\/The Palm Beach Post)

Early morning walkers catch the sunrise at Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach. (Lannis Waters/The Palm Beach Post)

Of the 83 parks maintained by the county, here’s a list of the top 10 parks you must visit.


Guanabanas is possibly the prettiest place to eat and drink outdoors in all of Palm Beach County, in a lagoon off the south bank of the Loxahatchee River. (Photo by Richard Graulich\/The Palm Beach Post)

Guanabanas is possibly the prettiest place to eat and drink outdoors in all of Palm Beach County, in a lagoon off the south bank of the Loxahatchee River. (Photo by Richard Graulich/The Palm Beach Post)

Here are some favorite spots to tie up for a sunset sip or an afternoon burger.


A full rack of baby back ribs with corn bread, corn, and greens prepared at PA BBQ’s newest location on Indiantown Rd. in Jupiter. Damon Higgins \/ The Palm Beach Post

A full rack of baby back ribs with corn bread, corn, and greens prepared at PA BBQ’s newest location on Indiantown Rd. in Jupiter. Damon Higgins / The Palm Beach Post

Our readers’ choice poll for best barbecue spot in Palm Beach County delivered a resounding verdict: Best ‘cue belongs to Park Avenue (PA) BBQ, the local chain with nine locations across the county and the Treasure Coast. Here's 5 reasons why it's our favorite.


Art hangs on the wall in The Brewhouse Gallery located in Lake Park. (Damon Higgins\/The Palm Beach Post)

Art hangs on the wall in The Brewhouse Gallery located in Lake Park. (Damon Higgins/The Palm Beach Post)

Whether you're a hipster or not, enjoy our list...and be, well...hip!


Leslie Streeter enjoys her staycation at The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach. (Richard Graulich \/ The Palm Beach Post)

Leslie Streeter enjoys her staycation at The Breakers hotel in Palm Beach. (Richard Graulich / The Palm Beach Post)

Tourists come from all over the world to visit the county’s beaches, resorts and attractions. Why shouldn’t you?Related: Post columnist Leslie Streeter shows how you can kick back poolside at this luxurious resort.


Winding, leisurely or quirky, these are the best scenic drives that show the marvels of Palm Beach County.


Riviera Beach Municipal Beach.(Photo by Allen Eyestone\/The Palm Beach Post)

Riviera Beach Municipal Beach.
(Photo by Allen Eyestone/The Palm Beach Post)

With Palm Beach County's 45-mile long shoreline, we break down the main attractions and facts of each beach from Tequesta to Boca Raton.