Flavor Palm Beach: Where to Eat During Restaurant Month
September welcomes Flavor Palm Beach, a restaurant month that will satisfy any craving. Try a tasting menu of popular items at discounted prices at one (or several) of the hottest restaurants in Palm Beach County.
What is Flavor Palm Beach?
Throughout September, over 50 restaurants in Palm Beach County create special prix-fixe menus, offering a three-course lunch or dinner at a discounted price.
Guests can make reservations at any of the participating restaurants through the Flavor Palm Beach website. Whether you’re hungry for lunch or dinner, you’ll enjoy specially priced three-course menus with a few selections for each course.
Reasons to Eat Out During Flavor Palm Beach
Whether you’re an Instagram foodie or a casual diner, Flavor Palm Beach is the month for restaurant dining. Satisfy your cravings for Italian, Mediterranean, Asian, American, and other cuisines without worrying about your wallet.
1. It’s Economical
What may have been a splurge for a quick lunch or elegant date is totally doable for one whole month during Flavor Palm Beach. With lunch starting at $20 or dinner at $35, you can eat to your heart’s content without getting floored by your credit card bill.
2. You Get to Try New Restaurants
Ready to try a new cuisine or dish? In a restaurant rut? Flavor Palm Beach offers the opportunity to try as many restaurants as you want throughout the month. Sample appetizers, main courses and desserts. It beats the same-old, same-old, “Let’s just go to where we always go.”
3. More Than 50 Restaurants Participate
With a wide variety of restaurants participating in Flavor Palm Beach, you don’t need to worry about finding one that’ll tantalize your tastebuds.
Want to get fancy? Head to Cafe Boulud in the beautiful, historic Brazilian Court Hotel on Palm Beach.
Let us tempt you with the offerings at Avocado Grill –
- Course #1 (choose 1)
- Whole Avocado Vinaigrette
- Japanese Eggplant
- Lamb Slider
- Local Arugula Salad
- Course #2 (choose 1)
- Chicken Paillard
- Grilled Prime Burger
- Summer Vegetable Truffle Risotto
- Grilled Octopus
- Course #3 (choose 1)
- Chocolate Bread Pudding
- Lime Ginger Creme Brulee
- Dulce de Leche Lava Cake
- Nutella Avocado Mousse
You’ll also find nationally-recognized chain restaurants on the list. From The Capital Grille to Morton’s Steakhouse, you can try new dishes at your old, favorite spots.
How to Find Restaurants Participating in Restaurant Week
All participating restaurants are listed on Flavor Palm Beach’s website and reservations can be made directly from the website. To view the menus, click on the lunch or dinner price (it took us a while to figure that out!). We recommend making reservations as far ahead in advance as you can; space is limited.
What Else Can You Do During Restaurant Week?
Satisfy your taste buds during Flavor Palm Beach and enjoy some of the other activities in the Palm Beach area.
If you’re ready to dive deeper into the area’s food scene, join us on a West Palm Beach Food Tour. We‘ll get you off-the-beaten path and into locally-owned restaurants to taste iconic South Florida flavors on a tour that’s been named one of the “Top 10 Tour Experiences in the United States” by Trip Advisor.
On our Downtown West Palm Beach Food Tour, enjoy three hours of noshing and walking at six locally-owned restaurants. Meet the chefs and taste dishes that have been featured on the Food Network. You can also opt for our cocktail package where you’ll enjoy a Peruvian Pisco Marajito and more.
The Historic West Palm Beach Neighborhood Food Tour is like Food Network meets HGTV as we explore the beautiful historic districts and experience one of the hottest restaurant scenes in town from the comfort of a luxury van.
Our advice? Come hungry. Each tour offers enough South Florida eats to add up to a full meal.
Have a Drink at a Few of the Best West Palm Beach Bars
Experience The Blind Monk, a wine bar that’s been named one of the Top 25 in the United States by Travel & Leisure Magazine. Pair your wine with anything on their tapas menu and you won’t be disappointed.
Or, wash down wood-fired pizza with an IPA or glass of wine at the West Palm Brewery & Wine Vault.
Visit Our Famous Attractions
We don’t see anything wrong with heading to West Palm Beach for the food alone. (Though, we admit we’re a little biased). If you’re up for a few activities that don’t involve eating, we’d recommend stopping by the Loggerhead Marinelife Center for the sea turtles, the Flagler Museum for a little history and, of course, any of our world-class beaches.