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Steve Tyrell Returns to Table 26, and SoFla Garlic Fest is Approaching

Steve Tyrell back at Table 26 for four nights

Following their sold-out dinner/show dates last year, Table 26 owners Eddie Schmidt and Ozzie Medeiros are bringing back popular crooner Steve Tyrell for another “Dinner + Jazz” series in March. The opening performance is by Jill and Rich Switzer, popular co-hosts on Legends radio’s “The Morning Lounge” (yes, they sing and play music, too!).

From March 8-11, you can book a table for dinner and a show, in the closest thing we have to a delicious NYC lounge act. Actually, it’s better, because you don’t have to find a taxi, there’s no cold weather, the Table 26 meals are terrific and Steve Tyrell is, too. I was lucky to have a friend treat me to this West Palm Beach event last year, and I’m not going to miss it this year. They will sell out, so my advice is to book quickly. Tickets are $150, the three-course dinner is $85.

Table 26, 1700 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach; 561/855-2660;

Get your garlic on at the 21st annual Garlic Fest

Ready for flaming shrimp scampi, garlic crab cakes, garlic pizza, garlic Argentine BBQ with garlic black beans and rice, garlic portobello sandwiches and garlic ice cream? If so, you’re in luck on Feb. 8-9, when the 21st annual South Florida Garlic Fest descends on John Prince Park in Lake Worth Beach. 

Known as “The Best Stinkin’ Party in South Florida,” the festival has live entertainment, family activities, a Sensory Zone and all the garlic you could want. The music lineup includes the Expendables, the Wailers, Brothers Within, G Love & Special Sauce and many more. 

Garlic VIP Party Shack Viewing Area tickets for Saturday or Sunday only are $53.50 each.

General Admission tickets are $12.84 each.

John Prince Park, 4759 S. Congress Ave., Lake Worth Beach;

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Lynn Kalber
Lynn Kalber
Lynn Kalber was raised in Boca Raton and has always worked in Palm Beach and Broward counties. She is a career journalist, with 26 years at The Palm Beach Post alone, where she wrote feature and food articles, edited the food section and wrote about wine as part of the Swirl Girls.

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