Palm Beach

March 6, 2015

Purchase Tickets to Savor the Avenue Delray Beach

1,100 people will sit down for dinner together on Thursday, March 26th for the 7th annual Savor the Avenue in Delray Beach. Savor the Avenue is the town’s longest dinner table at 1,369 feet, stretching for one quarter mile down Atlantic Avenue from Swinton Avenue east to Fifth Avenue (U.S. 1). Nineteen of Downtown Delray’s finest restaurants will serve dinner at Savor the Avenue and reservations are currently being accepted at this years participating restaurants [which are], Tryst, 32 East, Cabana Nuevo Latino, Salt 7, Prime, Rack’s Fish House & Oyster Bar, Gary Rack’s Fat Rooster, The Office, Solita Delray, Max’s Harvest, City Oyster & Sushi Bar, Taverna Opa, Vic & Angelo’s, Lemongrass, Cut 432, Max’s Social House, D.I.G., Caffe Luna Rosa and 50 Ocean. Each restaurant will serve a 4-course dinner that will be paired with select wines that are donated by local beverage distributors to each restaurant. The menus can be viewed by clicking here. Reservations are made with the restaurants directly. Click here to view photos from years past Savor the Avenue.

Savor the Avenue Delray Beach. Photo Credit: SouthFloridaFoodandWine.com

Savor the Avenue Delray Beach. Photo Credit: SouthFloridaFoodandWine.com

A portion of the proceeds from Savor the Avenue will be donated to the City of Delray Beach program “Campaign for Grade Level Reading.” Restaurants will donate $3.00 of each reservation to this non-profit to assist in funding books and tutoring programs that will prepare children for life. Over 45% of the children in Delray Beach do not read on a grade level in 3rd Grade.

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