Monday, April 27, 2015

Table 427 rises to the Top on Culinary Tour


Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour. Established in 2013, this fine dining eatery features new fusion Continental cuisines that are fired-to-the-plate.  Table 427's Executive Chef/Co-Owner Roberto Villegas designs the menu to the season thereby introducing new flavors in the Fall, Winter, Spring and Summertime. Rightfully so, Table 427 was selected by USA Today as one of the 10 Best. They also boast numerous compliments on Yelp and TripAdvisor.
 
Northwood Village in West Palm Beach, Florida developed during the land boom of the 1920s as a residential and commercial district involving 400 acres. The business area is still anchored by original structures including the 1925 Northwood Bank & Trust, 1926 Northwood Hotel, 1926 Nor-Way apartment building, 1926 Pershing Hotel and the 1920s Bingham Apartments. Northwood Village is now re-emerging as a  bohemian business district with unique offerings in cuisines, art and antiques.



Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.


Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they  rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they  rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they  rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they  rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.


Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Family-owned Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they  rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.




Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.
 
 
Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.
 
 
Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.

Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.




Table 427 is one of the shinning stars in Northwood Village and they rise to the top on the Taste History Culinary Tour.
 
 
The non-profit Taste History Culinary Tours of Historic Palm Beach County, Florida has been designated one of the official community event partners for the State of Florida’s Viva Florida initiative.  

The tour program includes bus riding and 4 to 6 blocks of walking. The mission of the tour includes incorporating education about food culture and food history with the food tastings thus dietary restrictions cannot be accommodated.
 
Taste History is sponsored, in part, by Macy’s. Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Additional support for Taste History has been received from Kingston Fresh, Carl and Iris Apfel; and bequests from the late Patricia Ann Ravo and the late Boris & Edith Rueger.

Effective February 1, 2015, $45 per person is the new rate for the tours traveling to Delray Beach, Boynton Beach, Lake Worth and Lantana. The new rate for the West Palm Beach tour is $50 per person. Free for children under age 14 (children must be accompanied by a paid adult family member). Children age 14 and over pay regular price. Due to the increase in fees that are charged to our organization for the tour bus rental and insurance; an increase in our tour fees is necessary. Pre-paid reservations that have been made prior to that date will not be affected. Taste History is a non-profit educational organization. Fees are inclusive of all food and visits to cultural centers and art galleries. 

For more information, call 561-243-2662 or 561-638-8277. Email tour@tastehistoryculinarytours.org

Brief Facts about Taste History:
  • Offered year-round
  • Held on the first, second, third and fourth Saturdays at 11am
  • At least 3 to 4 locally owned and family owned eateries are visited for food tasting. Some cuisines may be culturally specific. The food portions are hearty.
  • Cultural centers or emerging art galleries are visited
  • Tour travels through historic neighborhoods, districts, main streets and off the beaten path.
  • Bus riding and 4 to 6 blocks of walking
  • Some eating experiences are standing-only
  • Tour is at least 3 to 4 hours
  • Food and Florida history are narrated by a guide
  • To maintain an element of surprise, each tour is different and never an exact duplication of any previous tour hosted.
  • Private group tours are also available during the weekday
  • Pre-payment is required. Fees are inclusive
  • Tour takes place Rain or Shine.
  • Dietary Restrictions Cannot be Accommodated. Click here to read about types of foods served on the tour.
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