Sunday, March 7, 2010


Miss Vero is surprised that not more has been said in the local media regarding the newest boutique hotel on the beach, The Surf Club. The old Vero Inn has been remodeled and updated in refreshing beach chic. A unique spot, that reminds us pleasantly, of old Florida. We can just picture folks in their best pink and lime green outfits, on a lazy Sunday afternoon lolling about, enjoying cocktails and conversation.

Dukes bar, with it's retro surf decor, promises to be open seven days a week -which of course, we love. From our sampling of food at the opening party, a few weeks back, we are certain to find things we like on the menu. At the Sea Grill, which is located near the pool, Miss Vero will be taking advantage of the fresh air before those dreaded, swelterin’ summer months get back, which is just around the corner, hunnies!

At the VIP event last month, we had a chance to chat with host, Mr. Gary Hughes and later with Mr. Anil Dang, who was kind enough to send us a few pictures. We also took a few our self, did y’all notice the publications available in each room?

Pictured - Designer Robin Bell, a guests at the party (we apologize Mr. Dang did not send the names). Mr. James U. Clarke - a gracious gentlemen whom we’ve seen previously in the press, partying with The Historical Society of Palm Beach County is one of the managing partners of the Surf Club Hotel and was instrumental in preserving the old Bradley Park Hotel in Palm Beach.

The Surf Club Hotel also has some fabulous pictures on their facebook page, while their website is simple and gorgeous. Miss Vero encourages everyone to check it out, perhaps we’ll see y’all there? We hear that some great parties are just around the corner...

Yes, another fabulous place in Vero Beach to spend some, relax and offer to our out of town friends. Oh! Did we mention our pampered pooches are welcome too?

Miss Vero is so pleased when folks invest in our community, while maintaining its charm. Thank you Surf Club and…


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