The Palm Beaches Restaurant Week Debuts

More than 110 restaurants across the county will dish out their best for the first annual The Palm Beaches Restaurant Week August 16-31

Image courtesy of 1000 North
Image courtesy of 1000 North

The Palm Beaches, comprised of 39 cities and towns from Jupiter to Boca Raton, will present the first annual The Palm Beaches Restaurant Week from Monday, August 16, to Tuesday, August 31. Featuring more than 110 participating restaurants, the two-week foodie fête will offer visitors and locals the opportunity to indulge in the best of dining across the Palm Beaches.

Participating restaurants will showcase multi-course, prix fixe brunch and lunch menus for $25, and dinner menus for $45 or $55. On the heels of a tumultuous year for the restaurant industry, The Palm Beaches Restaurant Week will allow diners to show their support for the county’s culinary scene while enjoying more for less.

“We could not be more excited to announce The Palm Beaches first annual restaurant week. As we begin to see the light at the end of the COVID tunnel, The Palm Beaches team felt summer 2021 was the perfect time to launch, showing our continued support for our restaurant partners,” said Nick Parks, Vice President of Marketing for Discover The Palm Beaches. “The Palm Beaches has taken major steps to expand its ever-evolving culinary landscape. The Palm Beaches Restaurant Week provides a tremendous, discounted opportunity to relish in the destination’s diverse and robust culinary offerings.”

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Sponsored by Discover The Palm Beaches, the official tourism marketing organization for Palm Beach County, and the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association Palm Beach Chapter, The Palm Beaches Restaurant Week touts a variety of dining options, from fine-dining establishments to neighborhood favorites. The celebration is sure to engage the community, with delectable menus highlighting exquisite pairings, the best of the best from notable chefs, both new to The Palm Beaches culinary scene and renowned from years past, and themed, pop-up artwork across Palm Beach County.

To browse participating restaurants and menus, click here. Tickets are not necessary, but reservations are strongly encouraged. Diners can reserve through the restaurants directly. Restaurant-goers are also encouraged to follow @PalmBeachesFL on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and @thepalmbeaches on TikTok, and tag #PalmBeachesDining for possible features, information, and giveaway opportunities.

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