If you've been wondering where to go for dinner tonight, why not head over to Deck 84, where a portion of your dining dollars will be donated to the Delray Beach Public Library.
From 6 p.m. - 9 p.m. this evening, join Delray Beach Vice Mayor Angeleta Elting Gray (if you can't find her, look in the kitchen because tonight she has the additional title of guest celebrity chef) for dinner with a view.
Start out with a half-priced cocktail, draft beer or house wine at either bar from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m., then settle down for your dinner.
Since its Bastille Day, we suggest celebrating with the Brie and pear flatbread ($12), before you order the fresh catch of the day (market price).
And don't forget to thank your chef, before she trades in her chef's jacket for a suit and heads back to City Hall.
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