Sampling new restaurants can be one of the greatest pleasures in life -- it can also be a gustatory burden from time to time, but that's another story.
After a while, however, this penchant for experiencing the finer things in life can start to do a number on the wallet.
That's not the case in Palm Beach County every September. Many local eateries line up to offer deals for the monthlong promotion Flavor Palm Beach.
From September 1 through 30, participating restaurants are offering three-course meals for lunch and dinner. Lunch is just $20, and dinners are priced at $30 and $35.
III Forks, Palm Beach Gardens
150 Grille, West Palm Beach
264 The Grill, Palm Beach
3800 Ocean at the Palm Beach Marriott Singer Island
50 Ocean, Delray Beach
Aah Loi Thai and Sushi, Jupiter
Barolo Ristorante, North Palm Beach
Bricktops, Palm Beach
Burger Bar, Palm Beach Gardens
Butcher Block Grill, Boca Raton 561.409.3035 Reserve Dinner
Cafe Boulud, Palm Beach (lunch only)
Cafe Chardonnay, Palm Beach Gardens (excludes dinner on Saturday)
Cafe L'Europe, Palm Beach (Dinner $48.50)
Capital Grille, Palm Beach Gardens
Capital Grille, Boca Raton
Charley's Crab, Palm Beach (excludes Friday and Saturday dinners)
Del Frisco's Grille, Palm Beach
Echo, Palm Beach
EVO Italian, Tequesta
Imoto, Palm Beach
Josef's Table, Boca Raton
Jove Kitchen and Bar at the Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach
Maison Carlos, West Palm Beach
Melting Pot , Palm Beach Gardens
Morton's The Steakhouse, West Palm Beach
Morton's The Steakhouse, Boca Raton
Pavilion Grille, Boca Raton
PB Catch, Palm Beach
Pistache French Bistro, West Palm Beach
Renato's, Palm Beach
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, North Palm Beach
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, Boca Raton
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse, West Palm Beach
Sandpiper's Cove at Old Port Cove , North Palm Beach
Seasons 52, Palm Beach Gardens
Seasons 52, Boca Raton
Sinclair's Ocean Grill at the Jupiter Beach Resort
SoLita Italian, Delray Beach
Talay Thai, Palm Beach Gardens
Tin Fish, West Palm Beach
Texas de Brazil, Palm Beach Gardens
The Italian Restaurant at The Breakers, Palm Beach
For more information, visit flavorpb.com.
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