Whether it stems from deep-seated feelings of adolescent rejection or just a desire to be on the inside of the in group/out group dynamic, we all want to feel included. Some clubs are more desirable than others of course.
Us, we go for the ones that offer the best food.
On Thursday, April 17, Pistache French Bistro is hosting a special anniversary event for its Supper Club members. And prospective new members will be invited to enroll in the program.
From 9:30 p.m. to Midnight, old and new members are invited to enjoy 50 percent off small bites and drinks at Pistache's bar and lounge -- the club usually offers just a food discount.
Any existing member who gets a friend to join the club gets a free round of drinks for themselves and their cohorts.
After three years, the program still offers the same vibe; however, it has extensively expanded its membership.
"The idea behind the Supper Club is still the same," says Pistache owner Thierry Beaud. "We wanted to create a fun but sophisticated place in downtown West Palm Beach for the after-dinner crowd to extend their nights in a sexy, yet casual atmosphere, while sipping on good wines and creative cocktails, as well as small bites that are of the same high quality as our regular menu."
There is no cost to join and membership to the Supper Club offers guests 50 percent off appetizers at the bar every Thursday through Saturday from 9:30 p.m. to close. Benefits are redeemable as soon as enrolled.
"We want to maintain that positive and carefree energy here, and we welcome anyone that desires such an experience on a regular basis," says Beaud.
To correspond with the anniversary party, the restaurant will be showing off its new wine wall located at the front of the entrance, right near the hostess stand.
Pistache French Bistro is located at 101 N. Clematis St. in West Palm Beach. Call 561-833-5090, or visit pistachewpb.com.
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