JUST IN: Enjoy beautiful gardens at new outdoor lunch spot in West Palm

Dec 27, 2017
The beautiful outdoor dining space at Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens. (Contributed)

Whether it’s something you regularly do or not, everyone loves a snazzy, well-done lunch with a beautiful view.

The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens is now open for a full dining experience. We’re talkin’ shade from surrounding rare palms and cycads and musical entertainment by the garden’s protected residents – chirping tropical birds.

Contributed by ANSG

The luncheon service features soups ($6), salads ($12), grilled paninis and desserts, alongside beverages, including assorted libations.

According to Roger Ward, President and CEO of ANSG, you’ll feel as if you are going to a garden party in someone’s home.

Expect an ambiance typical of Mrs. Norton’s Southern hospitality: White table linens, beautiful china and carefully arranged place settings for the perfect tableau for a delicious meal.

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The Deets:

What: Ann Norton Al Fresco Serves Up Lunch Favorites at the Gardens 

When: Wednesday through Sunday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Where: 2051 South Flagler Drive, West Palm Beach; (561) 832-5328; Facebook Page

More about the gardens:

The historic Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Inc., is a recognized 501(c)(3) organization, established in 1977 by Ann Weaver Norton (1905-1982) to preserve the Historically Registered house and surrounding gardens in West Palm Beach, Florida, where the artist lived from 1948 until 1982.