Wine, Dine, and Have Fun - To Benefit the PBG Police Foundation
Ready to party in the Gardens? Then head up to Palm Beach Gardens on Thursday, April 24 for the 6th Annual Legacy Place Food and Wine Festival. It’s a fun-filled festive celebration of food, wine, beer, spirits, and more – all under a beautiful spring sky of Legacy Place (11290 Legacy Avenue) from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Here’s your chance to sample unlimited tastings from some of PBG’s best eateries, including Aah Loi Thai Sushi, Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, Bagel Boyz, Bice, Bluefire Grill, Bonefish Grill, Cabo Flats, Café Bistro at Nordstrom’s, Café Chardonnay, Chili’s, Cod & Capers, El Sabor Latino, P.F. Chang’s, Ironwood Grill and Palm Terrace at PGA National Resort & Spa, La Fontana Pizzeria, Lolli Cakes Gourmet, Prosecco Cafe, Publix Greenwise, Ruth's Cris Steakhouse, Sandpiper Cove, Talay Thai, Texas De Brazil, The Capital Grille, The Melting Pot, Vic & Angelo’s, and more! And to accompany all this fine fare, also enjoy the variety of fine wines, spirits, craft beers, and waters fromPlus beverages of all sorts provided by Total Wine & More, Seltzer Man, Blue Water Wine, PRP Wine Int’l, Sierra Nevada, Tease Me Tequila, Gold Coast Beverage, and VOSS Water. Also on tap for evening will be live music, games, and entertainment (on the WPBF 25 Stage), plus local merchants with samples of their products and services.
And the best part, it all goes to benefit a very worthy cause – the Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation.
As Legacy Place Property Manager Mary Lou Fogarty proudly notes, “The Legacy Place Food & Wine Festival has become our signature annual event that brings the community together for an evening of fun and good cheer…all for a great cause.”
Tickets are only $50 for General Admission, and $75 for VIP tickets, which also allows early entrance at 6:30, plus admission to exclusive Florida Weekly VIP Lounge, and extended stay until 9:30 p.m.
All proceeds go to benefit the Palm Beach Gardens Police Foundation, and helps fund the purchase of vital equipment, training and technology for the PBG Police Department, as well as community outreach and crime-prevention programs. For more information, call 561 799-4440, or visit http://www.pbgpolicefoundation.org/
For more information about the Festival and to purchase tickets, please visit www.legacyplacefoodandwine.com.
And to find out more about the 40+ shops of Legacy Place, visit: http://www.legacyplace.com