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Latin at Cabana El Rey, Thai at House of Siam, Italian at Vic & Angelo's, Brazilian at Gol!, French at Crepes by the Sea, Mediterranean at Boheme Bistro, and on and on. No wonder the latest downtown Delray event is centered on a $20 Delray Beach Tastemakers' passport that gets you dining deals at 18 internationally inspired restaurants.

Along with the discounts, passport holders can sample wine tastings and food pairings at the participating restaurants Aug. 14 and 15 from 5 to 10 p.m. In addition to the restaurants listed above, 32 East, Olio, Boston's on the Beach, City Oyster, Sundy House, and others are taking part.

After the weekend's Tastemakers' event, the passport will get you deals through

the end of September, including $15 off an early dinner at Cut 432, a free beer or glass of wine with your entree at Tryst, and 15 percent off your weekday dinner check at Ziree Thai and Sushi.

Buy your passport at any of the participating restaurants.

-- Jill Barton

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