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EatBeat: Palm Beaches Restaurant Week June 3-9 Gets You Prix Fixe Meal Deals for Lunch and Dinner

June 2nd, 2012 · 3 Comments

Kapow! Noodle Bar in Boca Raton

A whole county’s worth of restaurants are joining in the first Restaurant Week that starts tomorrow, Sunday – June 3. It runs through Saturday, June 9, and nearly 50 restaurants will offer a specially priced meal.

The whole idea is to introduce diners to the wealth of restaurants and variety of dining options in Palm Beach County. Some may not be affordable to all on a regular basis, and it’s a chance to get in to a good spot without breaking the bank.

Participating restaurants range from white-linen James Beard nominees, like Cafe Boulud (Palm Beach), to Howley’s, a funky diner (West Palm), and from south Boca Raton’s Mizner Park area at the Dubliner, north to Casa Mia (Jupiter), and out west at Pangea Bistro (Wellington).

Grilled escolar, beet ginger mascapone risotto and rocket salad - part of the prix fixe at Pangea Bistro in Wellington that changes nightly.

Cuisines to pick from include Middle Eastern at Leila, (West Palm), Italian at SoLita (Delray), Renato’s (Palm Beach) or Cafe Centro (West Palm), or Max & Eddie’s Cucina (Palm Beach Shores). Find French at Pistache French Bistro (West Palm). Asian and sushi is at Kabuki (West Palm), Philippe by Philippe Chow (Boca), China Beach Bistro (West Palm), Kapow! Noodle Bar (Boca), Palm Sugar Asian Grill (West Palm) and the Buddha Sky Bar (Delray).

Try a casual lounge setting at The Living Room (Boynton), the Wine Dive (West Palm), or maybe . Eat at a hotel: Temple Orange in the Ritz (Manalapan), Malcolm’s at The Omphoy, Palm Beach, Verdea at the Embassy Suites (Palm Beach Gardens) or The Restaurant in the Four Seasons (Palm Beach). Go for seafood: Russell’s Blue Water Grill (Palm Beach Gardens), PB Catch Seafood & Raw Bar (Palm Beach), or City Oyster (Delray).

Three-course meals at lunch are set at $20.12; for dinner, $30.12. These don’t include tax and tip.

Here’s the list of restaurants, listed by region – but call or check the Palm Beaches Restaurant Week website to see who’s participating – the list is still changing as we write.


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


  • 264 The Grill
  • Cafe Boulud
  • Cha Cha’s
  • Malcolm’s – The Art of Food at the Omphoy
  • PB Catch
  • Palm Beach Grill
  • Ocean Bistro and The Restaurant at the Four Seasons
  • Renato’s
  • Ta-boo
  • Temple Orange at The Ritz-Carlton (Manalapan)
  • Testa’s
  • Trevini Ristorante


  • Leila
  • Pistache
  • Cafe Centro
  • Cafe Sapori
  • City Cellar
  • Coco’s China Beach
  • Di Salvo’s Trattoria
  • De Vine Bistro
  • Jade Kitchen
  • Kabuki
  • Off The Hookah
  • O’Shea’s
  • Palm Sugar
  • Pangea Bistro
  • Sushi Jo
  • The Wine Dive


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

Tags: The Eat Beat: Restaurant News · Where to Eat in Palm Beach County

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