It is time to make your reservations for the 13th annual Savor the Avenue in Delray Beach on Monday, April 19th! This is an amazing evening of dining under the stars—and down the double yellow line of famed Atlantic Avenue—at the food and wine event of the year. Join hundreds of guests (reduced numbers due to COVID) —and Downtown Delray’s finest restaurants—at Florida’s longest dining table, one that runs more than five blocks and 1,300 feet long stretching from Swinton Avenue east to Fifth Avenue (U.S. 1). Savor the Avenue is a Delray Beach culinary tradition made possible by Delray Beach Magazine’s partnership with the Delray Beach Downtown Development Authority (DDA), and is a way of showcasing the collection of fine dining establishments located within the downtown area.
This is an event most appropriate for adults only.
WHO IT BENEFITS:
Community Greening is a Delray Beach based nonprofit dedicated to planting trees and protecting green spaces. Matt Shipley and Mark Cassini are behind the charity, which is patterned on a host of other grassroots urban forestry organizations around the country that are working to increase the local tree canopy and educate people on the critical role trees can play in the urban infrastructure. It provides native trees and certain fruit trees to eligible groups and neighborhoods at no cost, taking on the site and species selection, making sure any necessary permits are in place, and providing the tools needed for planting.
Final day to reserve your seat is March 8. For information and menus please visit bocamag.com/Savor-The-Avenue-2021 or DowntownDelrayBeach.com/SavorTheAvenue or at the restaurant #SavorTheAvenue #OUTSIDEDINING