Eat, Drink and Be Very … Palm Beach


Your beachfront table is ready… at Eau’s Breeze Ocean Kitchen.

It’s time to eat.

You can dine well on the island at any time of year. But summertime on Palm Beach lets us dine well starting at about $7 per course, which is very friendly indeed.

Here’s a look at some of this summer’s dining opportunities:

  • From June 1-July 31, you can enjoy a three-course prix fixe lunch ($20.16) at BICE, Taboo, Brandon’s (Tideline Hotel), Café Boulud, the Leopard Lounge (The Chesterfield Hotel) and Pizza al Fresco.
  • Visit Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa for a three-course lunch ($28) at the new Breeze Ocean Kitchen. Among its fresh, flavorful offerings, a recent menu included Crispy Key West Rock Shrimp as a starter, followed by Mahi Mahi Tacos and Coconut Sorbet for dessert.
  • Trevini offers a three-course “Power Lunch” ($20) from 11:30-2 p.m. Monday through Friday.
  • Through October 30, Chez L’Epicier offers a $30, three-course prix fixe dinner ($30) menu with three to five items in each category. We’d have the Tomato and Mango Bruschetta, followed by Linguini Primavera with Arrabiata Sauce and finishing with a Rose Water Pavlova with Mixed Berries. If the fixed menu is not for you, dine early (from 5-6 p.m.) and receive 50% off all entrees.
  • At The Breakers, choose from a variety of specially priced dining options, including a three-course dinner ($40) at Echo or a three-course Sunday brunch ($45) at Flagler Steakhouse.

Don’t see your favorite restaurant? Give them a call. We’d bet they have something special and summery to tell you about.

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