Flavor Palm Beach is in full swing, and according to OpenTable, reservations for some of the more coveted seats are wide open. A twenty dollar bill buys a three course lunch and $30 to $35 pays for three course dinner through the end of the month. After the jump, I've rounded up the stand-bys, crowd pleasers, and the more creative menus among participating restaurants in Boca and Delray Beach.
Read on for the skinny.
A choice of salad for first course, steak, chicken, or salmon for the mains and a paired dessert is standard fare for $30 a person at this stalwart in Boca.
Steakhouse loyalists can expect a similar menu
as its Ruth Chris competition with Morton's flourishes and a higher tab ($35).
at this Italian crowd pleaser. Choose between giant meatballs, roasted
artichokes, and calamari for the first course. Italian standards of chicken
parm, penne a la vodka, or pizza are the main offerings, with tiramisu or the lovely
affogato for dessert.
($30) can try the New England clam chowder, and for dinner it's yail
filet, grilled chicken, or pork chop. Chocolate fans take note: aside
from the key lime tart, there's triple chocolate pudding, or a chocolate
sundae for dessert.
Lunch ($20) is the more creative of the two menus,
with corn bisque, truffle fries, watermelon and feta salad, lobster
rolls, and burgers on the docket. Stick with the homemade ice cream over
flourless chocolate cake or creme brulee. The $30 dinner features salad, burgers, sirloin, chicken, or salmon- and the same
Mixing It Up
The $35 dinner menu
features a refreshing cucumber and radish salad or bruschetta among firsts. Mains are Mahi, roasted chicken, or a very fall-like
braised beef ragu with whipped ricotta. For dessert, there's
Sambuca-vanilla poached figs with cheesecake, or brownie a la mode with
candied walnuts and berries.
With goat cheese salad, fish tacos, ribs, and veal meatloaf among the offerings on the $20 lunch and $35 dinner menus here, this restaurant serves up some of the most diverse offerings for the month.
Check out the menus for the whole county here.
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