This six-block street party is going down this weekend in West Palm


The Young Friends of the Historical Society of Palm Beach are throwing a street party this weekend on Antique Row in West Palm Beach. And it will be quite the affair.

Evening on Antique Row, which takes place Saturday, March 3, will take up six blocks and close Dixie Highway between Southern Boulevard and Monroe Drive in West Palm. This will allow guests to explore the unique antique shops while enjoying live entertainment, cocktails and gourmet food.

Participating restaurants on the Row will be: 123 Datura Bar & Kitchen, Aioli, Belle and Maxwell’s, Cafe Sapori Ristorante, Cholo Soy Cocina, Galley, Grato, Lynora’s Market, Mazie’s and Table 26.

Guests are also encouraged to visit the Gourmet Galaxy tent and have a ‘Toast with the Post’ to meet The Palm Beach Post reporters, Eliot Kleinberg (6-7 p.m.), Kimberly Miller (7-8 p.m.) and Frank Cerabino (8-9 p.m.).


IF YOU GO: 

Evening on Antique Row 

When: Saturday, March 3, from 6 to 9 p.m. 

Where: Antique Row District on South Dixie Highway (3619 S. Dixie Highway, West Palm Beach) 

Tickets: General admission tickets are $65; must be 21 to enter. General admission tickets include entry, food and drink. VIP tickets are $125, and grant access to a private VIP tent and after-party with food catered by Okeechobee Steakhouse and a champagne bar by Eau Palm Beach.


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