Flavor Palm Beach Offers Prix Fixe Lunches, Dinners in September

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Flavor Palm Beach is our answer to the wildly popular Miami Spice, now in full swing until the end of September. 

Starting September 1st and running the entire month, Flavor Palm Beach, now in its fourth year, offers three-course $20 prix fixe lunches and $30-35 prix fixe dinners at some of Palm Beach's finest restaurants. The list of participants is impressive.

Almost two dozen restaurants are listed, with more to be added. Restaurants include Ironwood Grille, Talay Thai, Cafe Boulud, The Restaurant at The Four Seasons, and Capital Grille

A special Flavor Palm Beach kickoff event will be held at The Waterfront

on Clematis on August 26th at . Tastes from participating restaurants,

cocktails and entertainment will be offered and proceeds will benefit

the Red Cross. Tickets are $35 in advance and $40 at the door. To

purchase tickets, click here.

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