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Palm Beach Restaurants Offer Recession-Priced Specials

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It's a sign of the times that black clouds of economic gloom hang over

even Palm Beach. So to shine a little sun on local restaurants and

build on the good work of October's Palm Beach Restaurant Week, a dozen

or so island eateries are teaming up with the Palm Beach County Convention

and Visitors Bureau to put on Palm Beach Restaurant Month, from June 1 to June 30.

Among the participants: Café Boulud, Ta-Boo, Renato's, Charlie's Crab, and Flagler Steakhouse at the Breakers. Here's the deal. A

three-course lunch (appetizer, entrée, dessert) will cost $20.09, a

three-course dinner $35. Call the individual restaurant to make reservations, so you can eat like an islander, even if you can't afford to

live there.

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