Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival Grand Tasting #PBFWF

I’ve smothered you with so many descriptions of food and wine tastings over the past two years that I’m sure it gets boring. Wait…no…how could food and wine ever be boring?! Pretend I didn’t say that. What I meant was, you’re probably just like…okay, another tasting, what could be different about this one? But I promise you, the caliber of restaurants at the Palm Beach Food and Wine Grand Tasting was incredible. There was so much variety, so many different types of restaurants, and the location was vastly different from any other that I’ve been to. 150 Worth is like a mecca of high-end retail shops and top-rated restaurants. It’s outdoors, but doesn’t really feel that way. It’s hard to explain exactly how attractive an area it is, so you really just have to go see it for yourself.

Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival Grand Tasting #PBFWF

I’m not even going to bother talking and skip right to the pictures. That’s what you’re here for anyway. The food. And believe me, there was plenty of it! I didn’t get pictures of everything, so I’ll show what I do have. The rest you’ll just have to visualize for yourself! Here you go…the 7th Annual Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival Grand Tasting.

Top of the Point: Shrimp Scampi with Grilled Sweet Corn, Culantro, Queso Cotjia and Smoked Chili Lime Crema
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3800 Ocean: Pumpkin whoopie pies, Coconut Macarons, Chocolate brownie cookie

 Whole Foods: Raw manchego and kale pesto with Imported meats on crostini
Citrus Grillhouse: Roasted tomato tart with herbed goat cheese, sambal vinaigrette, and sherry vinegar caramel
Sweet Loren’s: Brookie (A chocolate chip cookie and brownie all in one!)
Palm Beach Grill: Heirloom tomatoes with candied walnuts, pickled beets, and burrata cheese
The Bazaar by Jose Andres: Grilled Butifarra Fabada: cannellini beans, culantro, habanero
Khong River House: Burmese Noodle Wrap: roasted dried red chili, peanuts, palm sugar and lemon juice, cilantro, sweet black soy sauce and sriracha wrapped in burmese-style noodles
Echo: Togarashi blackened scallop and coconut rice
3800 Ocean: Roasted Calabaza & apple soup with seared bay scallops and gougeres
Four Seasons, Jove: Seafood Stew

Not pictured:

Creekstone Farms: “Duo of Beef” tenderloin tartar with shallots, capers and quail egg; coffee and porter braised short rib, sweet potato hash, parmesan thyme tuile
Del Frisco’s: Mini Ahi tuna tacos
Eating House: Braised short ribs and smoked plantain puree
Four Seasons, Jove: Tomato mozzarella in prosciutto broth, Tiramasu
Jack’s Grumpy Grouper: Perfect pulled pork with tropical slaw, Spiked lemonade
HMF: Mojito royale, Signature candied cashews
Meat Market: Brasied beef cheeks pasta, parmesan emulsion and sour cherry jus
Norman Van Aken: Chili

Palm Beach Grill: Home smoked salmon with “chef’s dressing” and toast points, Banana cream pie

The Sugar Monkey: Parisian macarons (pistachio with fresh raspberries), Dark chocolate brownie pops, Vanilla bean cupcakes
Yardbird: Mama’s Chicken Biscuits

Swine: Country fried bacon on parkerhouse rolls with Tabasco honey and homemade dill pickles

Ganache Bakery Cafe: Chocolate fudge cake pops, Eggnog creme brule

Leila: Grilled chicken with hummus and roasted red peppers

Nick & Johnnie’s: Cauliflower frittar
PB Catch: Beef and Salmon tartar

Pistache French Bistro: Pumpkin and gruyere gougeres red wine braised short ribs

Shake Shack: Hamburger, Vanilla ice cream

Top 5 favorites of the night:
1) 3800 Ocean’s
Roasted Calabaza & Apple Soup with Seared Bay Scallops and Goureges
2) Khong River House’s Burmese Noodle Wrap
3) Echo’s Blackened Scallop over Coconut Rice
4) Citrus Grillhouse’s
 Roasted tomato tart with Herbed Goat Cheese, Sambal Vinaigrette, and Sherry Vinegar Caramel
5) Top of the Point’s Shrimp Scampi with Grilled Sweet Corn, Culantro, Queso Cotjia and Smoked Chili Lime Crema



Hello! I’m Shaina – a Delray Beach, Florida resident, foodie, and lifestyle blogger. I love exploring South Florida and beyond, and sharing everything from my favorite restaurants, products and more with you! See more by following along on Instagram:  @takeabiteoutofboca

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