The Delray Beach Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar has its own special week going on now through Aug. 3. That means a prix-fixe meal for both lunch and dinner—the three-course lunch is $20 per person, and the four-course dinner is $35 per person.
For the main course options offered (including the cedar-roasted salmon, pictured above), there are vegan dishes and gluten-free preparation available for most choices. Both meals include dessert, of course!
Delray Place, 1841 S. Federal Highway, Delray Beach; 561/266-3239; harvestseasonalgrill.com
Crazy Uncle Mike’s to open in Boca
The large, 9,000-square-foot space at 6450 N. Federal Highway in Boca Raton will have a new face soon—Crazy Uncle Mike’s is coming to town with food, drinks and live music.
The venue will have a steam-powered brewhouse and a stage, and sports watching will be top of the list there. This spot has had multiple sports bars, plus Cantina Max, in the past decade, so we will send long-lived wishes Crazy Uncle Mike’s way that his brand of fun and food sticks around a while.
Scheduled to open this fall with Brewmaster Corey Wilson (formerly of Copperpoint Brewing Company, Boynton Beach) and Executive Chef Tara Abrams (worked for 32 East, OCT Brickell and more) from owner Mike Goodwin.
A special Sunday Supper with two celeb chefs at The Regional
Yes, here’s another chance to have supper prepared for you by celebrity chefs. Do you realize how many of these opportunities are in this South Florida foodie haven? You are lucky, lucky people.
On July 29, head to The Regional Kitchen & Public House in West Palm Beach for Sunday Supper with co-owner/Executive Chef Lindsay Autry and her guest, Food Network star and James Beard award-winning Chef Virginia Willis.
Willis has a new cookbook out, “Secret of the Southern Table: A Food Lover’s Tour of the South,” and you can sign up to buy a copy ($25) she will autograph, but let’s concentrate on the meal.
That would include spicy Asian Cajun BBQ shrimp, garlic-rubbed skirt steak, Atlantic Beach NC lemon ice box tartlets and more. Dishes will be served a la carte from $6 to $30, and a family style tasting menu for the table is $65 per person. The fun starts at 5:30 p.m.
651 Okeechobee Blvd., West Palm Beach; 561/557-6460; eatregional.com
Lobster mini season dates
Lobster mini-season – a two-day affair only – is July 25-26 this year; always the last consecutive Wednesday/Thursday in July. The regular lobster season is Aug. 6 through March 31, 2019.
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