Well Seasoned in Palm Beach
December 8, 2012
PALM BEACH, USA – The arrival of stylish snowbirds and designer trunk shows to the lush vias of Palm Beach are two surefire signs that “The Season” has officially opened. This South Florida resort town is at its peak December to March, when the weather is fine and the buzzing, chirping scene is ripe with possibilities for pleasure and preening.
Another delicious season opener is the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival
, which takes place this year December 7-11. Now in its sixth year, the festival gathers local and national top chefs, culinary personalities, authors, winemakers, and mixologists for everything from cocktail receptions to five-course wine dinners to cooking competitions. Proceeds benefit the chefs’ charity of choice.
Exclusive room rates are being offered at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach
in conjunction with the festival, so it’s a great time to take advantage of the surfside real estate and sumptuous amenities (including the gorgeous, marine-themed Spa at Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach
) at this Purple Passport favorite. You’d also be perfectly pampered checking in at The Breakers
, a Grand Dame of palatial Palm Beach resorts that will play host to festival events as well. New York sensation Chef Daniel Boulud will be among the participating chefs, and his outpost of French-American Cafe Boulud
(a transplant of Manhattan’s Upper East Side) in the Brazilian Court Hotel
is among the highlighted venues. With so much culinary skill packed into just a few days, it’s sure to be a “well-seasoned” welcome to The Season.
Rachel Levin contributed to this post.
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