Up in Jupiter, 1000 North has reinstated its popular Social Hour, available seven days a week from 5 to 7 p.m. at The Tavern Bar or The Terrace Bar. The Social Hour includes special pricing on wines ($8-$10), well liquors ($10), signature cocktails ($12), and bottled beers ($5). 1000 North is also offering a prix fixe summer menu, inclusive of an appetizer and an entrée for $59. Add on a dessert for $7 and wine pairing for $20. These deals are available through October.
Almond Palm Beach
Almond is hosting prix fixe menus for both lunch and dinner. At midday, fork over $25 for a three-course meal, complete with a starter, entrée, and dessert. Dinner also includes three courses for $45. Enhance your experience with a specialty cocktail such as the Same But Different: vodka, fresh lemon juice, lavender simple syrup, and butterfly pea powder topped with Prosecco and a lemon wheel.
At Avalon on Delray Beach’s Atlantic Avenue, indulge in the Taste of Avalon menu, available this summer, Mondays through Thursdays from 5 to 7 p.m. and Sundays from 5 to 9 p.m. Priced at $65 per person, it includes three courses: an appetizer, an entrée, and a dessert.
Summer is sizzling at Avocado Cantina at Downtown Palm Beach Gardens, where a new happy hour is available on weekdays from 3 to 6 p.m. Drink specials include $5 house margaritas (add $1 for flavors), $25 house margarita pitchers, and $4 for beers, both on tap and in bottles. In the mood for a taco? Try a few, with grilled fish, carne asada, shrimp, pork belly, spicy chicken, gringo, palmitas, and falafel tacos all priced at $4 a pop. More dining deals await, plus live music on Thursday and Friday nights.
In Tequesta, Casa Caña is offering a number of deals through the end of October. On Tuesday, kids eat free. Drop by Wednesday for half off all bottles of wine, and return Thursday when ladies drink for half off. A happy hour is available in the bar and lounge from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesdays through Thursdays and includes classic cocktails for $8, beer for $4, well drinks for $5, and house wines for $6-$7.
Charlie + Joe’s at Love Street
Head to this upscale North County dining complex to savor an array of deals this summer. For fine dining, Beacon is offering a five-course tasting menu Sundays through Thursdays from 5 to 6:30 p.m. The menu changes weekly and is priced at $95 per person, with wine pairings available for a $45 surcharge. Lucky Shuck has you covered for lunch, with a two-course menu ($28) available Mondays through Fridays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and “Liquid Lunch” happy hours held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Up at Topside, $20 bottomless mimosas are flowing on weekends from noon to 4 p.m., accompanied by live music. Return on Tuesdays for “two-fer” specials, when all tacos, well drinks, draft beers, and house wines are two for one. Finally, Topside is embracing the stormy weather and handing out BOGO Tito’s Vodka drinks every time it rains.
At chef Clay Conley’s high-end neighborhood restaurant in West Palm Beach, diners can take advantage of a weekday Power Hour, available to those dining at the bar Monday through Friday from 5 to 6 p.m. Drink specials include $6 draft beers, $8 well cocktails, $9 tap wines, $10 Moscow mules and a weekly cocktail special, and $12 classic vodka and gin martinis. If hunger hits, opt for fries, a meatball slider, a crispy chicken slider, or a burger slider for $5 each, or an Italian salad, meatballs, chicken wings, plant-based nachos, cheese pizza, meat lover’s pizza, or arugula pizza for $10 each. This deal is available year-round.
La Goulue Palm Beach
Raise a glass to the good life with La Goulue’s summer cocktail menu. Options include the Lychee Libre (Montelobos Mezcal, lychee, lemon, and agave), Plane to Paris (Corazon Tequila, Amaro Nonino, Aperol, and lemon), and smoked Black Ribbon Manhattan (The Macallan 12 Year Double Cask, Averna, Calvados, and agave), among others. All cocktails are priced at $18.
Get your sushi on at LoLa 41 on Palm Beach. Every Sunday evening, stop by for BOGO sushi rolls: For each roll you purchase, you’ll receive one roll of equal or lesser value for free.
Summer is for lovers and the Boca Raton and Palm Beach Gardens trattorias will showcase a Summer Date Night Menu for two ($100) all season long. Couples will toast with glasses of Josh Cellars Cabernet and Barone Fini Pinot Grio; share an appetizer of pear pasta, calamari fritti, or smoked burrata; savor an entree of veal chop parmesan, snapper oreganata, garlic herb-crusted lamb chops, shrimp francese, or pollo balsamico; and finish the evening with a treat of ricotta cheesecake, wood oven-baked apple tart or tiramisu.
Chef Lindsay Autry is once again hosting her Pig Pickin’ events this summer, with the first one slated for June 17. Dine in at The Regional in West Palm Beach to savor Autry’s North Carolina–style hickory-smoked pulled pork as a sandwich ($18), topped with hand-chopped slaw and served with a choice of side, or as a meat and three side plate ($29), with a slice of cornbread and your choice of coleslaw, Brunswick stew, creamed summer corn, mac and cheese, fried okra, and collard greens and black-eyed peas. Other à la carte specials on offer will be hush puppies, summer peach salad, butter lettuce salad, and a picnic plate with hickory-smoked sausage, pimento cheese, deviled eggs, boiled peanuts, pickled garnishes, and club crackers. The Regional will host two more Pig Pickin’ events in July and August, so check back for dates.
With a name inspired by the South of Southern neighborhood it serves, The SoSo in West Palm Beach knows how to infuse its cuisine with regional influences. This summer, it’s hosting a supper series themed around the cuisines behind chef Cesar Brea’s daily menus. Visit July 2 for a Latin American menu, and August 6 for a Mediterranean menu. The five-course dinners cost $89 per person plus tax.