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Palm Beaches Restaurant Week Starts This Weekend!


A trio of appetizers from PB Catch. (Photo by Libby Volgyes/Shamin Abas Public Relations)

On Sunday, June 3, the highly anticipated, first Palm Beaches Restaurant Week begins and promises to deliver seven days of delicious dining from some of the destination’s best restaurants. From June 3-9, locals and vacationers alike can experience amazing prix-fixe dining from a wide-variety of dining locations throughout The Palm Beaches.

This event is perfect for trying the latest hotspots, sampling a new menu at one of Palm Beach’s newest dining locations, or simply enjoying great food at a local favorite. Throughout the week, lunch menus are available for $20.12 (so grab your colleagues and pick your favorite locations!) and dinner menus are available for $30.12, not including tax or gratuity.

From elegant French cuisine at Café Boulud and Pistache to trendy Palm Beach dining available from Malcolm’s – The Art of Food at the Omphoy Ocean Resort or PB Catch to revolutionary dining scenes such as Pangea Bistro in Wellington or Kapow! in stylish Mizner Park, there is exciting food for every taste!

Scallops with leeks, spring onion, pearl onion, pancetta, Marcona almond and brown butter. Photo by Libby Volgyes/Shamin Abas Public Relations)

Hint: You can make your reservations through OpenTable!


•Russell’s Blue Water Grill
•Casa Mia
•Max & Eddie’s Cucina
•Seasons 52
•III Forks

•Malcolm’s – The Art of Food at the Omphoy
•PB Catch
•264 The Grill
•Cafe Boulud
•Cafe Centro
•Cafe Sapori
•Cha Cha’s
•City Cellar
•Coco’s China Beach
•Di Salvo’s Trattoria
•De Vine Bistro
•Jade Kitchen
•Ocean Bistro and The Restaurant at the Four Seasons
•Off The Hookah
•Palm Beach Grill
•Palm Sugar
•Pangea Bistro
•Sushi Jo
•Temple Orange at The Ritz-Carlton
•Trevini Ristorante
•The Wine Dive

•Bizaare Ave Cafe
•Buddha Sky Bar
•City Oyster
•Da Vinci’s Italian Restaurant
•Deck 84
•Philippe Chow
•Seasons 52
•SoLita Italian Restaurant and The Parlor Lounge
•Tapas Fusion
•The Dubliner
•The Living Room

  • Dlsscs

    Not correct. Cafe Boulud had its standard $35 dinner, not the $30.12 dinner. The food was good, but the menu choices for the $35 menu was very limited.

  • Jdowney

    An amazing lineup of restaurants! Something for everyone!