Put on your finest party outfit and cheers to the New Year. Ring in the New Year with the finest bottles from Dom Pérignon, Veuve Clicquot, Moet & Chandon, and more at one of the Palm Beach area fine dining venues. The area is relishing in epicurean delights, but you are down to the wire on getting reservations for dinner on the last day of 2021.
Almond Palm Beach, 207 Royal Poinciana Way is adamant about serving the best available locally sourced and outsourced options. They hang their own charcuterie, grind their own sausage, ferment their own kimchi, dry-age steaks, and smoke their own fish and bacon. The wine list is handpicked and offers a reasonably priced selection of wines. Specialty cocktails, Florida craft beers, and raw bar selections, along with the entire menu are available at the restaurant’s eighteen-seat bar.
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Café Sapori, 205 Southern Boulevard, where you will experience traditional and modern Italian cuisine. The menu offers an assortment of flavors from Northern and Southern Italy, in an upbeat and elegant ambiance. Delight yourself in the glamour of the bar surrounded by rich mahogany wood and illuminated onyx. Treat yourself in the comfort of the dining room surrounded by true Italian earth tones and the vivid colors of breath-taking orchids. Discover the "al fresco" courtyard for a romantic evening under the stars.
Book a table at Café Sapori here.
Imoto at Buccan, is the little sister of Buccan, 350 South County Road. It is a version of an Izakaya. The Japanese Izakaya's were traditionally down-to-earth gathering places to get a drink and something to eat after work. Imoto Room is an extension of Buccan's small plate - big flavor concept with Japanese and other Asian influences. The menu offers items ranging from innovative sushi & sashimi to Clay Conley's interpretations of other Asian favorite fares.
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