At Delray Bash, You Can Eat To Your Heart’s Content While Helping The American Lung Association
Sampling food from some of the best Palm Beach County restaurants already sounds amazing, but doing it for charity makes it even better.
The American Lung Association is throwing its 5th annual Delray Bash on Oct. 3 in Old School Square Park from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
The event, in which guests can try food and drinks from restaurants like Farmer’s Table, Dada and Seasons 52, will include entertainment from local favorites Delray Beach band and the People Upstairs.
Early bird tickets are $50 and $60 at the gate. The price includes unlimited sampling of food and beverages. Guests will also be able to vote for their favorite dishes.
“Delray Bash is all-inclusive, which is definitely something that sets this event apart” said Lea Tate, area director of the Delray Bash. “We probably have the best selection of high end wine and spirits, and it’s all for a great cause.”
The event will also feature a wine garden and a beer pavilion with beverage sponsorships by Bombay Sapphire, Columbia Winery, New Amsterdam Vodka and Premier Beverage.
Proceeds of the Delray Bash will benefit the American Lung Association and its programs in Florida, including those for education and research for lung cancer and other lung diseases.
The list of participating restaurants and breweries includes:
Caffe Luna Rosa
BRIO Tuscan Grille
Treasure Coast Seltzer Works
Cabo Flats Cantina & Tequila Bar
Buddha Sky Bar
Bru’s Room Sports Grill
Solita Mastino Delray
Kavasutra Kava Bar
The Melting Pot
Nature’s Way Cafe
M.E.A.T. Eatery and Taproom
The New Vegan
Luigi’s Coal Oven Pizza
Funky Buddha Brewery
Copperpoint Brewing Company
Disclosure: Boca Life Magazine and its sister publication The Palm Beacher are media sponsors of this event.