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Taste of Boynton Is Thursday Night

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Commitmentphobes don't have to settle for just one culinary destination Thursday night when the Taste of Boynton provides a smorgasbord of

edible options from many of the area's popular restaurants.

The event

also features a winetasting courtesy of the Wine Cellar of Boynton Beach.

South Florida band Cricklewood will provide live dance music for anyone

who's feeling a bit limber and loosened up after a few tastings.

The

event is from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Benvenuto Caterestaurant, 1730 N. Federal

Highway. Tickets cost $40 per person or $35 each if you buy two or more. If

any tickets are left the night of, they'll run you $50 at the door.

Order online at boyntonbeachchamber.com, or call 561-732-9501.

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