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Just a reminder that Flavor Palm Beach begins today, with one or two new additions since last we looked.

The deal is a choice of three appetizers, three entrees, and three desserts at $20 for lunch and $30 for dinner. Flavor menues are available on the site. There are two restaurants on the bill worth making a drive for, Forte di Asprinio in West Palm and Solu at Singer Island. In addition we recommend:

Capri Blu (Charming, family-run Italian) Dinner

251 Sunrise Avenue

Palm Beach, FL 33480


Café Joley (Luxe French bisto) Lunch & Dinner

187 S.E Mizner Blvd

Boca Raton, FL 33432


Pistache (casual French bistro) Lunch & Dinner

101 N. Clematis Street

West Palm Beach FL 33401


Strip House (Fab steak house) Lunch & Dinner

Ste 2105

11701 Lake Victoria Garden

Palm Beach Gardens, FL 33410

(561) 296-4900

And any of the Sushi Jo's for sushi, although they're just participating for lunch.

Here's Forte's Flavor Menu:

1st course

housemade ricotta terrine, japanese eggplant caponata, olive oil crostini

local corn “zuppa”, crispy pancetta, brioche gnocchi

heirloom tomato “caprese”, watermelon, housemade mozzarella

2nd course

murray’s farm free-range chicken breast “al mattone”, stone fruit panzanella, madeira

housemade farfalle, braised short rib, english peas, mint

wood burning oven-roasted local grouper “livornese”, marscapone polenta, asparagus

3rd course

butterscotch budino, salted peanut brittle, caramel crema

tahitian vanilla bean panna cotta, bing cherry, aged saba

seasonal selection of sorbetti

--Gail Shepherd

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