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Beat the Heat During Palm Beach Restaurant Summer

Between Palm Beach Restaurant Month, Flavor Palm Beach, and now Palm Beach Restaurant Summer, if you're paying full price to eat on the Island, then I've got a Ponzi scheme I'd like to sign you up for. Seriously, there's got to be like two months out of the year max when there's not some kind of restaurant marketing week/month going on there.

Still, might as well take advantage of PBRS, especially since it's too damned hot outside to do anything else right now. The usual rules apply: At participating restaurants, three-course lunches -- including appetizer, entrée, and dessert -- are just $20.10. (Get it? Because it's 2010... oh bother.) The same deal at dinner runs $35 a head. The price rollback (is it?) runs until September 30, which is probably when another three-course special will take its place.

Anyhow, full list of participating restaurants after the cut.  

Call participating restaurants for menu details.

The Breakers
The Seafood Bar

The Flagler Steakhouse at the Breakers Palm Beach

The Italian Restaurant

The Ritz-Carlton Palm Beach
Temple Orange

Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach

The Omphoy Ocean Resort 
Michelle Bernstein's at the Omphoy

The Brazilian Court & Beach Club
Café Boulud Palm Beach

The Chesterfield Palm Beach
Leopard Lounge & Restaurant

Bice Ristorante


Cafe Cellini

Charley's Crab

COCO Palm Beach



These restaurants aren't part of PBRS, but they do have special summer deals going down:

Cantina Laredo

Three-course summer menu for $15.99.

III Forks
Three-course summer menu is $39.95.
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