7 Palm Beach Restaurants Offering Summer Specials

With a shift in season also comes a shift of focus as Palm Beach County eateries begin to cater to year-round residents. These seven restaurants are offering summer dining deals and specials you won’t want to miss.

1. True Food Kitchen, Boca Raton

Boca’s fresh-food haven will roll out a variety of vegan-friendly and gluten-free options on its new summer menu launching July 11. Holistic advocates and health-nuts will crave True Food Kitchen’s Korean noodle salad, responsibly sourced sea bass, and summer tacos (served with grilled fish or grass-fed steak, tomatillo-avocado salsa, pickled jicama slaw, coconut-lime yogurt, and Anasazi beans). Keep cool with lavender-coconut cold brews, watermelon mojitos, and blueberry-mint mimosas. (561-419-8105 )

2. Dada, Delray Beach

The weekend isn’t over until it’s over—which means there is still time for karaoke on Sunday night. Dada will host a Locals Karaoke Night throughout the off-season beginning at 10 p.m. on Sundays. In addition to what promises to be an off-beat (and likely out-of-tune) adventure, the funky American café will feature half-off all food, wine, beer, and cocktails. Menu highlights include watermelon “steak” salad, Dada dates, a seven-cheese grilled cheese, habanero-maple-glazed salmon, and an array of famously fresh mojitos. Snack, sip, and sing the night away. (561-330-3232)

3. 50 Ocean, Delray Beach

Explore intricate pairings and expertly crafted culinary combos with 50 Ocean’s 2018 summer dining series. Beginning this June, the oceanfront restaurant will host four multicourse dining adventures. Each epicurean endeavor will pair curated dishes with a selection of wine, rum, or beer. The foodie fun will carry on with tales and trivia pertaining to the theme of the evening. Seaside Summer Dinners will be hosted once a month through September. Themes include: The Prisoner and the Pig (June 21), The Importance of Being Ernest (July 19), Bubbles and The Beatles (August 16), and Lobstah and (September 20). Seating is limited. All dinners begin at 6:30 p.m. (561-278-3364)

4. Chez L’Épicier, Palm Beach

With a tranquil setting and unmatched dining deals, there’s no better way to wind down this summer than at Chez L’Épicier. The French-Canadian restaurant is catering to locals with daily specials including half-price entrees from 5 to 6 p.m., half-price wine, beer, bar snacks, bubbles, and well drinks in the bar from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m., and a three-course summer menu featuring four starters, four main courses, and three desserts for $36. On Thursdays, dive into all-you-can-eat mussels and fries for $25 per person. Seasonal deals will extend through October. (561-508-7030)

5. Avocado Grill, West Palm Beach, Palm Beach Gardens

Palm Beach County’s beloved Avocado Grill is welcoming the off-season by offering dining deals throughout the week. Every Monday, bar-goers can delight in seafood-centric savings with half-priced oysters. On Tuesdays, guests throughout the restaurant can sip on half-priced wines. Monday through Thursday, snag a seat at the bar and take advantage of AG’s Light Bites $5 Bar Menu. The menu features a chiquito version of the resto’s famous guacamole (traditional or ginger), single craft tacos (crispy fish, grilled steak, or veggies), crab cake or spiced lamb sliders, shishito peppers, a roasted mushroom empanada, and a petite kale and quinoa salad. (561-623-0822)

6. Café Boulud, Palm Beach

Experience an evening inspired by the French Riviera with Café Boulud’s new summer menu. The sunny flavors of Provence will be highlighted through cuisine and wine pairings related to the area. Notable dishes include a chilled melon soup with grilled Key West shrimp, a pink sea bream with fennel and clams in a saffron emulsion, and a braised flat iron steak with carrots, orange, and tomato. Sample specialty libations and selected bottles such as the Summer in Provence cocktail and the Domaine du Bagnol Cassis Blanc, Provence, 2017. The Palm Beach restaurant will offer its French Riviera summer menu Sunday through Thursday until Labor Day. (561-655-6060)

7. The Regional Kitchen & Public House, West Palm Beach

If one were to describe summertime in the South, the following two themes would undoubtedly arise: potlucks and barbecue. To celebrate summer and honor deep-rooted traditions, The Regional will host two Southern soirees throughout the off-season. Every week get your fill of Eastern Carolina–style barbecue with Pig Pickin’ Tuesdays beginning at 5:30 p.m. Chef Lindsay Autry will prepare barbecue with all the fixings and your choice of three sides. Once a month, experience foodie fusion with Potluck . Each potluck will feature a guest chef who will work alongside Autry to create a special à la carte menu for each event. Upcoming guest chefs include Clay Conley of Buccan, Imoto, and Grato and Aaron Black of PB Catch (visit website for dates) . (561-557-6460)

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