by Jenifer Herring

Love organic? New restaurant to open on ‘The Island’


Come join us this thursday, June 4th from 6:00p.m. until 8:00p.m. to enjoy tasty organic treats and ambiance only Palm Beach Island can provide at the grand opening of new restaurant, da Francesco!  Da Francesco features a healthy array of organic Italian dishes such as pizza, pastas, seafood and salad. This trendy restaurant, operated by restaurant tycoon Frank Cilione, is attached to the recently renovated lounge, 251 Palm Beach, located at 251 Sunrise Avenue.

What’s better than eating delicious carbs (during bathing suit season) that’re actually good for you?

 da Francescos logo

Cilione has managed several successful restaurants and nightlife venues in New York City and the Hamptons. Cilione told Public Relations Company, Shamin Abas, “The concept of serving traditional Italian dishes using natural, organic ingredients is strong yet simple and will fit-in perfectly with the amazing dynamic that has been established with 251 Palm Beach.”

Not only is the food unique, but the restaurant’s design is created to dazzle as well.

According to the PR company, “the venue, dressed in shades of cream and muted chartreuse, will accommodate approximately 120 diners in total with service inside and on the rear garden patio.”

Come join us thursday for all-natural food and relaxation-PB Island style! =)

Oh…. and did I mention CARBS…that are ok to CONSUME??

Click here to check out the menu: http://www.dafrancesco.us/

 

If you would like to attend, please RSVP by calling Shamin Abas Public Relations at (561)-366-1226 .

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