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Palm Beaches Restaurant Week Is June 3 to 9: Here's a List of Participating Restaurants

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Palm Beach County restaurateurs will show off their goods in the first Palm Beaches Restaurant Week scheduled for Sunday, June 3, through Saturday, June 9, at dozens of top restaurants throughout the county. Marquee names like Seasons 52, Pistache French Bistro, Café Boulud, Buddha Sky Bar, Kapow! Noodle Bar, and Dada will offer prix fixe lunch menus for $20.12 and dinner menus at $30.12.

Organizers recommend making reservations and note that tax and tip aren't included in the promo price. The event is meant to raise "awareness" of the dining scene in Palm Beach County, ostensibly giving folks a chance to check out multicourse meals at restaurants that may typically be priced beyond their budget. Find a list of participating restaurants after the jump.

- 264 the Grill
- Bizaare Avenue Cafe
- Buddha Sky Bar
- Cafe Boulud
- Cafe Centro
- Cafe Loredana
- Cafe Sapori
- Casa Mia Trattoria & Pizzeria
- Cha Cha's
- City Cellar Wine Bar & Grill
- City Oyster
- China Beach Bistro
- Dada Restaurant & Lounge
- Deck 84
- De Vine Bistro & Bar
- The Dubliner
- Henry's
- Howley's
- Jade
- Jupiter Island Grill
- Kabuki
- Kapow! Noodle Bar
- Leila Restaurant
- The Living Room
- Max & Eddie's Cucina
- O'Shea's Irish Pub
- Off the Hookah
- The Omphoy
- PB Catch Seafood & Raw Bar
- Palm Beach Grill
- Palm Sugar Asian Grills & Dessert Bar
- Pangea Bistro
- Philippe by Philippe Chow
- Pistache French Bistro
- Renato's
- The Restaurant at the Four Seasons Resort
- Russell's Blue Water Grill
- Seasons 52
- SoLita Italian Restaurant & the Parlor Lounge
- South Shores Tavern and Patio Bar
- Sushi Jo
- Ta-boo
- Tapas Latin Fusion
- Temple Orange
- Testa's Palm Beach
- Verdea
- The Wine Dive

Note: This list is subject to change, so be sure to check in with your restaurant(s) of interest before heading out to redeem your promo-priced meal.


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