Fifth annual West Palm Beach ‘Pairings’ event promises medley of fine dining

Photo by Libby Volgyes/The Palm Beach Post

Photo by Libby Volgyes/The Palm Beach Post

Residents of West Palm Beach are set to partake in some of the best food and wine in the county as the fifth annual “Pairings” event takes place on Thursday.

The event, which is hosted by the West Palm Beach Downtown Development Authority in partnership with SunFest and LocalDines.com, will feature more than 25 local restaurant participants. The list includes a pomegranate martini from Leila Restaurant, Cruzan rum cake, key lime tarts, and passion fruit juice from Ganache Bakery Café.

C Street Café will be serving flat bread pizzas, salads, desserts and iced coffees with Clematis staples  Longboards and O’Shea’s Irish Pub offering whole roasted locally caught fish served with chardonnay and mini beef and chicken shepherd’s pie paired with wine respectively.

Other participating restaurants and cafés include Bar Louie, The Bee, Duffy’s Sports Grill, E.R. Bradley’s Saloon, Hookah Inn Lounge, Hullabaloo, Les Rendez-vous, Oh My Chocolates, Rocco’s Tacos & Tequila Bar, Starbucks Coffee and Tin Fish.

The event, which will donate the proceeds to Families First of Palm Beach County, is set to bring back its offering of special deals and offers with Palm Beach Dramaworks offering 50 percent off tickets to any of their events prior to June 30 and free segway tour demos from Palm Beach Segway Tours. Other deals include cupcakes and 10 percent off purchases at Library Bookstore and an array of samples and gift certificates from The Sanctuary Salon and Spa.

If you feel like you may have indulged a little too much along the way, Ultima Fitness Downtown is looking to aid with your fitness goals and is offering free trial passes to help with working off all of that food and wine.

Street performers, such as the acoustic piano trio, Screaming J’s, will be showing up along the way with the violinist and DJ, Timothee Lovelock, and blues master, Mister Trombone, bringing their brand of music to the streets of downtown West Palm Beach.

For more information, call (561)-833-8873 or visit www.downtownwpb.com.

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