Cuisine from every corner of the world prepared in every imaginable style can be found in The Palm Beaches. From December 13-17, visitors can sip and savor their way through The Palm Beaches at the highly anticipated Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival, featuring winemakers, artisans and more than 30 renowned local and celebrity chefs and restaurants.
Around the World
- II Bellagio - Located on the fountain plaza at CityPlace, guests feel like they are dining in an authentic Italian piazza. A classic trattoria serving homemade favorites.
- Café Boulud - Just steps from Worth Avenue, serving a French-American menu with a twist of South Florida resort flair, and has received a four-star rating in the Forbes Travel Guide.
- Café L'Europe - An amazing iconic Palm Beach restaurant dining experience, complete with pianist extraordinaire Wednesday through Sunday.
- Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach - The hotel's new signature restaurant offers a modern take on the fresh Italian kitchen and the passion to make everything from scratch. (Opening in December 2013)
Butcher Block Grill
Fresh from the Farm
- Christopher's Kitchen - Considered one of America's finest organic lifestyle restaurants, presenting the highest quality of certified, organic plant-based food that maximizes real nutritional value.
- Butcher Block Grill - This new, all-natural steak restaurant features protein and produce from local, natural and sustainable farms and farmers - all served in a rustic, yet trendy environment.
Del Frisco's Grille
- Del Frisco's Grille - Located in the heart of Palm Beach, this eatery offers the social atmosphere of an American bar and grill with upscale entrees, an extensive wine list and hand-crafted cocktails.
- Michael R. McCarty's - After an extensive renovation, this iconic island restaurant is open for lunch favoriting light soufflés, while daily dinner features include fresh seafood and chops.
- Oli's Fashion Cuisine - With a new location in Downtown West Palm Beach, this Wellington favorite established itself with a "food is fashion" theme, where tastes are exquisite and food is presented as art.
- Café des Beaux-Arts - Serving seasonally, visitors to the Flagler Museum may enjoy a luncheon array of delicacies and refreshments reminiscent of the elegance of entertaining during the Gilded Age. (Beginning November 29)
For tickets to the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival events, visit PBfoodwinefest.com, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 561.389.1222.