Gain an Appreciation of Florida Purveyors and Growers at Driftwood in Boynton Beach

At Driftwood, you can always expect dishes that are made as sustainably as possible by using locally sourced ingredients from local farms, fishermen and families when available. Now, as the snowbirds are away and the locals come out to play, Driftwood has announced a double-entendre Locals Only Dinner for one night only. The bouncer will be checking addresses on driver’s licenses at the door.

Driftwood Locals Only Dinner.

Kidding, but those with a 561 area code will have a unique appreciation for the cocktails and dishes on this prix fixe menu. The dinner will begin with a cocktail reception heralded by Siesta Key Rum, out of Sarasota, with two drinks. One is infused with Jamaican sorrel syrup crafted from herbs straight from Driftwood’s onsite garden. Chef Jimmy Everett and Chef de Cuisine Tommy Coombs have created small plates and entrées to follow, all centered around their local roots. Included on the menu are Roasted Local Beets; with house-made ricotta sourced from New Smyra’s Keely Farms and smoked local bottarga, Koji Aged Florida Beef Short Ribs; paired with mushrooms from Gratitude Garden Farm in Loxahatchee, White Chocolate Pavlova for dessert thanks to Delray Beach’s 5150 Chocolate Co., and more.

Driftwood Locals Only Dinner.

Tickets are limited and expected to sell out, so you won’t want to sleep on this unique opportunity. They will be going for $125 per person with an optional $50 wine pairing. The culinary journey will take place at 6 p.m. on Monday, May 20.

We know that this Locals Only Dinner will resonate with Palm Beach County residents because being local is about more than a Florida driver’s license, like we joked about earlier, but instead is about having a true appreciation and putting emphasis on supporting our community through frequenting the local businesses who serve it.

2005 Federal Highway, Boynton Beach





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