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Five Best Deals for Flavor Palm Beach

Sometime a while back, someone realized that you could lure visitors and residents to spend money in certain areas just by getting restaurants to offer deals.

It's spending to save -- absolutely brilliant.

Just like New York Restaurant Week, dineLA, and Miami Spice, Palm Beach County has its own series of restaurant deals this month. Through the entire month of September, Flavor Palm Beach has rounded up restaurants all around to offer three course prix fixe lunches for 20 bucks, and the same sort of dinner for $30 to $35.

Obviously, there are way too many to try them all -- and hopefully you've hit some up already -- with just over two weeks left, it's time to create a game plan. To help you narrow it down we picked out the five best deals for Flavor Palm Beach.

See also: Flavor Palm Beach: September Dining Deals From Boca to Jupiter

5. 3800 Ocean

This Singer Island spot is offering choice of three appetizers, five entrees, and two desserts. You can start with either artichoke bisque, grilled peaches and baby lettuces, or crispy calamari. Move onto Cajun rubbed pork loin chop, herb roasted Murray's free range half chicken, wok charred salmon, spinach and fresh ricotta ravioli, or horseradish crusted sirloin steak. Finish with chocolate mousse cake or strawberry shortcake. With apps on the lighter side, you'll have plenty of room to get you through the five entree options; and that should take you from hungry to satiated pretty quickly.

3800 Ocean is located at 3800 N. Ocean Drive in Singer Island. Call 561-340-1795, or visit palmbeachmarriottresort.com/dining

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