Sabor y Vino Latin Food & Wine Festival is back in Palm Beach Gardens


Nom, nom nom! It’s happening again, and we’re so excited. The Sabor y Vino Latin Food and Wine Festival is bringing together nearly two dozen of Palm Beach County’s favorite Latin restaurants. One ticket gets you unlimited food and drinks samples. ¡Buen provecho!

The celebration kicks off Thursday, October 19 at Downtown at the Gardens in Palm Beach Gardens, with a variety of dishes from Colombia, Mexico, Peru, Brazil and other nations. 

Participating restaurants include: 

  • Don Ramon
  • Texas de Brazil
  • Tacos al Carbon
  • Ceviche Arigato
  • Cafe Chardonnay, and more than a dozen others. 

»Related bites: 10 Latino restaurants in Palm Beach County we love

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Check out what you missed last year: 

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And then there’s the drinks and entertainment. 

You’ll choose from several Latin wines and beers from Total Wine & Reyes Distributors and dance the night away (or learn how to) with some of Palm Beach County’s hottest Latin bands. 

Can’t dance? Watch the video below and take note:

This is just one of several Hispanic Heritage month events happening in the county.


If you go: 

What: Sabor y Vino Latin Food and Wine Festival

When: Thursday, October 19 at 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Where: Downtown at the Gardens, 11701 Lake Victoria Gardens

Tickets: $40 to $60. Buy tickets here.


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