Five Things To Do In Martin County This Month


Best Hot Chocolate

Stuart Magazine set out to find the best hot chocolate on the Treasure Coast. The winner? This yummy Ghirardelli powder with dark chocolate and white chocolate toasted marshmallows with a slight dark cherry flavor served at Taste of Grace. Taste of Grace, 8705 U.S. Highway 1, Port St. Lucie; 772.207.7830; Following close behind for chocolate lovers are hot chocolates at Kilwins and Stuart Coffee Company in downtown Stuart. Blue Door coffee bar in Stuart also serves a light, foamy hot chocolate, while BunkHouse Coffee Bar in Jensen Beach is the place to go for hot chocolate made with organic, homemade whipped cream plus soy milk and caramel toppings.

Taste of Jensen

Sample food and beverages from some of Jensen Beach’s finest eateries in a festive atmosphere on Dec. 12 in downtown Jensen Beach. Experience old-school Florida charm, live music and holiday shopping. ($30;

Treasure Coast Angels Christmas Party

Join the Treasure Coast Angels for its eighth annual Treasure Coast Angels Christmas party on Dec. 16 at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton. (free; 772.260.3929)

Things To Do In Martin County

The Nutcracker

Experience St. Lucie Ballet’s production of “The Nutcracker” on Dec. 8 (Sunrise Theatre in Fort Pierce) and Dec. 23 (two show times at the Lyric Theatre). The ballet will feature exciting choreography, renowned guest artists, dazzling costumes and spectacular special effects. (Tickets from $25;

Treasure Coast Bacon Bash

Bacon and beer lovers can head to the Treasure Coast Bacon Bash on Dec. 16 at Tradition Square. Enjoy live music, food vendors and a variety of bacon to sample. (Tickets from $5;


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