Palm Beach

July 21, 2015

2015 Tastemakers Delray Beach Will Take Place On August 5th and 6th

The 7th annual Tastemakers Delray Beach is set for Wednesday, August 5th and Thursday, August 6th from 5:30pm – 9:30pm.  Each of the 18 participating restaurants has designed a special culinary creation reflective of its chef’s specialty and paired it with a unique cocktail, wine or beer. As in the past, Passport holders stroll from restaurant to restaurant, sampling the “tastemaker dish” of each restaurant. The program has been designed to take place over the course of two evenings to allow event-goers to take the time to experience each restaurant. Tastemakers is organized by the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and Delray Beach magazine. To participate, guests need to purchase a “passport.” The passport, sold for $30 cash, with $1 of each being donated to Delray Beach charity Campaign for Grade Level Reading. The Passport provides event participants a list and map of the participating restaurants and what each will be serving during the event. Passports are available for purchase only at the participating restaurants. Tastemakers Delray Beach is a rain or shine event. For more information call 561.243.1077.

The participating restaurants are:
50 Ocean
Burger Fi
Cabana El Rey
Caffe Luna Rosa
Caffe Martier
Deck 84
El Camino
FY& I Yogurt
Lemongrass Asian Bistro
Max’s Harvest
Mellow Mushroom
Mussel Beach
Smoke BBQ
Solita
Taverna Opa
The Office
Vic & Angelo’s
Ziree Thai & Sushi
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