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Lake Worth Food & Wine Experience Arrives October 15

Clear your calendars, eaters: The Lake Worth Food & Wine Experience is coming to the Lake Worth Cultural Plaza on October 15.

The food and wine tasting event will gather over 30 restaurants for a decadent outdoor blowout on the Plaza lawn (Lake Ave. and "M" Street, Lake Worth). Running from 7 to 9:30 pm., attendees can sample food, drink at wine and liquor stations courtesy of Premier Beverages, and take in some live local music to boot.

In addition to stuffing yourself silly, you'll be taking up a good

cause: the event benefits the American Lung Association, which works to

combat lung disease through prevention and advocacy. Tickets cost $50

for general admission and $75 for VIP, which nets you one extra hour of

munching and boozing starting at 6 p.m. Purchase them by calling

561-659-7644, or visiting

Here's the full list of participating restaurants and caterers:

  • Adventurous Catering

  • Bar Louie Tavern and Grill
  • BB King's Blues Club
  • Benevento's
  • Café Chardonnay
  • Caffé Luna Rosa
  • City Oyster
  • Costco, Crème de la Crème
  • Dave's Last Resort
  • Edible Arrangements
  • Field of Greens
  • Figs
  • GOL! The Taste of Brazil
  • Havana Hideout
  • Havana Restaurant
  • Hoffman's Chocolates
  • John Bull English Pub
  • John G's
  • Joseph's Classic Market
  • Joven Italiano
  • Kilwin's Lake Worth
  • Kona Grill
  • Mambo Italianos
  • McCormick & Schmick's
  • Mojito's
  • On the Border
  • Paella Grill
  • Palm Beach Cookie
  • Slainté Irish Pub
  • South Shores Tavern
  • Studio 205/ Java Juice Bar
  • Taverna Opa
  • The Cottage
  • TooJay's Gourmet Deli
  • Truluck's
  • White Apron Catering 

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