Savor the Avenue and St. Patrick’s Day

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Dine and sip at 8th annual Savor the Avenue

Join one of the longest dining tables in the U.S., as a five-block-long dinner sits down on March 21 for the 8th annual Savor the Avenue that benefits the Delray Beach Historical Society. With 18 of Delray’s restaurants participating, the food will be noteworthy, and the 1,000 bottles of wine will help pull the night together!

Restaurants dishing up meals include 32 East, 50 Ocean, Cabana Nuevo Latino, Caffe Luna Rosa, City Oyster & Sushi Bar, Cut 432, Lemongrass, Max’s Harvest, Max’s Social House, Gary Rack’s Fat Rooster, Rack’s Fish House & Oyster Bar, Rocco’s Tacos, Salt 7, Solita & Mastino Delray, Taverna Opa, The Office, Tryst and Vic & Angelo’s.

Ticket costs vary. Reserve by calling the restaurants directly. The deadline to reserve for the four-course dinner and wine pairing is March 18.

Going green with St. Patrick’s Day specials

Irish Fest takes over downtown West Palm Beach from March 12 to 13, and for a $5 admission, you’ll hear a lot of Irish music along with your green beer and cabbage dishes. Click here for more info.

On March 17, join one of the West Palm Beach Food Tours, where you learn about the local history and partake in 11 food and drink tastings from area restaurants. It’s a “leisurely 3-hour, 1.5 mile walk with plenty of air-conditioned stops along the way.” Sounds like a perfect St. Patrick’s Day! Tickets are $65 for adults and $45 for children ages 12 and under. The tour lasts from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Get $10 off with the discount code: WestPalmBeach.com. To buy tickets, click here or call 866/736-6343.

To coincide with the March 12 Delray Beach St. Patrick’s Day parade, here are two offers from restaurants along the parade route.

At 32 East (32 E. Atlantic Ave., 561/276-7868) from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m., there’s an Irish buffet planned, limited to 100 guests, at $52 per person, with corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie and more. Tickets are available online and include a complimentary drink, along with Irish whiskey toast.

At Tryst (4 E. Atlantic Ave., 561/921-0201), there will be live music from Octogato and menu specials beginning at 11 a.m.—including food and drink specials such as $5 left hand milk stout drafts, $10 irish car bombs, $4 green Bud Light, $7 Tullamore Dew shots and more.