FLAVOR PALM BEACH RETURNS FOR ITS 13TH ANNUAL RESTAURANT MONTH
After a year that challenged the restaurant industry like never before, FLAVOR Palm Beach, Palm Beach County’s premier Fall culinary event, returns with great enthusiasm from restaurants and diners alike, all hungry to return to a thriving dining destination. Spanning the entire month of September, the restaurant month for the Palm Beaches will showcase both past restaurant favorites and newcomers to the growing culinary scene, offering visitors and locals the opportunity to experience discounted prix fixe menus at Palm Beach County’s finest restaurants.
“We are very grateful for the opportunity to return this year- a critical year for our restaurants who are still working to rebuild from 2020- and to do so while also helping to combat food insecurity, another issue that greatly impacted our community last year,” said FLAVOR Palm Beach founder Briana Beaty. “This year’s benefactor, Palm Beach County Food Bank, continues to work tirelessly to collect and distribute food at no cost to agencies that take on the daily responsibility of feeding the hungry in our local communities, and we are honored to support their efforts.”
Over 40 participating FLAVOR Palm Beach restaurants from Boca Raton to Jupiter are showcasing three course lunches from $23 and dinners from $39-$45. New participants this year include some of Palm Beach County’s newest and exciting additions such as Amar, La Goulue, Almond Palm Beach, Beacon, Lucky Shuck, Planta, The Bistro Jupiter, Scusi Trattoria, True Food Kitchen and more.
Participating again this year are local favorites such as Barcello, Morton’s The Steakhouse Boca Raton, PB CATCH Seafood & Raw Bar, PISTACHE French Bistro, III Forks, Florie’s at The Four Seasons, Grato, Tommy Bahama at Harborside, Kitchen (both locations), La Masseria and Limoncello to sample a few.
Dedicated to the continued success of the Palm Beach County culinary community, FLAVOR Palm Beach will be enhancing its marketing and promotional program this year, with the addition of new strategic partnerships with the organizers of the annual Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival as well as EatPalmBeach.com. These partnerships will help generate greater exposure for FLAVOR as well as for the individual restaurants participating in the event this year, introducing new culinary opportunities across the county to a wider audience of potential patrons than ever before.
Every year, and particularly following what was a devastating year for restaurants, FLAVOR Palm Beach participating restaurants who would otherwise be serving an off-peak crowd will serve in-season numbers as diners flock to experience the discounted prix fixe menus. Now in its 13th year, area diners look forward to September with great anticipation for the many incredible new and time-honored favorite dining experiences they can afford to enjoy throughout the month thanks to the FLAVOR program.
For a full list of participants, menus, reservations and more, visit FlavorPB.com.
Reservations are suggested.
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