Palm Beach restaurant deals for summer 2022 include two-for-one deals

M Cloutier

The first wave of summer dining deals have hit the Palm Beach restaurant scene — and that means prix fixe menus, two-for-one drinks and more are on the table.

During what is historically a slower time of year, peak season bargains aim to attract locals after seasonal residents have moved on to summer residences elsewhere.

Further dining offerings will be introduced over the summer, but for now several three-course prix fixe menus – for lunch and dinner – are part of the offerings.

Fixed price menus are usually available in addition to regular menus.

Among the dishes on the fixed price menu at Café L'Europe: snails.

Prix ​​Fixe Lunch, Dinner Menus in Palm Beach

Café L’Europe offers a prix fixe dinner menu ($58) with a choice of three entrees, three starters and three desserts.

Escargot, tomato tartare, chicken Milanese, dill-crusted salmon, grilled shrimp and lemon linguini, and chocolate lava cake are among the selections.

Le Florie's offers a fixed price Mediterranean menu.

Florie’s at the Four Season also offers a three-course dinner menu.

Along with set dishes, the $85 menu starts with kale salad with fingerling potatoes, mackerel and spicy vinaigrette, followed by grouper with citrus salad and tomato carpaccio.

The dessert is a lemon pie with meringue and blood orange sorbet.

Roast chicken is on the prix fixe menu at Almond.

Fixed price lunch and dinner menus are offered at the Almond.

The three-course lunch menu ($25) offers various selections. Among them: hot and cold Brussels sprouts in the style of a Caesar salad, and a Vietnamese chicken salad with nappa cabbage, peanuts and sweet chili sauce.

Almond’s prix fixe dinner menu ($45) features dishes such as steamed mussels, steamed mahi in banana leaves and roast chicken with potatoes, natural juice and green vegetables.

On weekdays, a three-course lunch price is available at Bilboquet.

The $45 menu starts with a choice of heirloom tomato gazpacho or marinated pepper salad with candied tuna and candied lemon.

Other selections include pan-fried branzino; chicken paillard with quinoa and kale salad; and rum baba with Chantilly.

Among the dishes on the fixed price menu at Café L'Europe: snails.

Café Boulud’s weekday three-course lunch menu ($49) features selections such as tuna crudo, asparagus salad, Niçoise salad, mussels mariniere, hot chocolate cake, and lime pie.

Elsewhere on the island, look for deals on wine and other drinks.

At LoLa 41, a happy hour from 4-6 p.m. now offers 50% off house liquors, beer, wines by the glass, and signature cocktails (happy hour also offers $10 sushi rolls and small plates).

Cocktails, wine and beer are half price all day at Almond.

The Ambassador Grill offers wine deals on Wednesdays.

Starting June 15 at the Ambassador Grill, bottles of wine are 50% off on Wednesdays during dinner.

Palm Beach BOGO Dinner Selections

What other dining offerings are tempting diners this summer in Palm Beach? BOGOs (buy one, get one of equal or lesser value for free).

At PB Catch, enjoy BOGO dinner entrees if you order before 6:30 p.m. Cioppino, fish and chips, seared Chilean sea bass, grilled steak and a plate of grilled vegetables are among the entrees on offer.

LoLa 41 has a BOGO deal on Sunday nights.

BOGO sushi rolls include Capt’n Jose, with spicy salmon and cucumber topped with salmon, kiwi, black tobiko and sesame aji Mirin aioli; and the Yutaka roll, which features barbecue eel and king crab topped with avocado, spicy mayonnaise, unagi sauce and tempura “crunches”.

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