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An Evening With Le Cirque At Tower Club Fort Lauderdale Will Let You Experience The Iconic NYC Restaurant For One Night Only

The 28th floor of a downtown Fort Lauderdale building is about to be transformed into an iconic New York City restaurant—for one night only.

As part of a traveling dinner series benefiting St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, the award-winning Le Cirque restaurant will pop up at Tower Club Fort Lauderdale for dinner on Friday, June 17. 

The famed French restaurant has been a staple among celebrities, politicians and high society since it opened in New York more than 40 years ago. What's more, Le Cirque's Las Vegas location at the Bellagio Hotel holds one Michelin star and a AAA Five-Diamond rating.

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Fort Lauderdale is one of 10 U.S. cities to host the roving restaurant this summer. Cities like Atlanta, Houston and Dallas have already hosted pop-up dinners, with Seattle and Chicago among the locations up next.

The modern circus-themed pop-up will bring to life the true Le Cirque experience, from tabletop settings with the brand's recognizable orange flowers to photos of the owners with celebrities at the actual restaurant hanging throughout the dining room.

At Friday's "Taste of Le Cirque" event, guests will be able to enjoy timeless French cuisine prepared by the restaurant's new chef, Massimo Bebber. They can choose from options such as lobster salad, pan-seared red snapper, and dry-aged prime strip steak with black truffle potato puree. The four-course meal will be paired with wines by Domini Castellare di Castellina from Italy's Chianti region.

And this isn't a one-seating-time, one-size-fits-all dinner. Parties will all be seated and waited on individually, as at the regular restaurant, with reservation times beginning at 6 p.m.

The Tower Club Fort Lauderdale venue recently underwent a $1.5 million renovation. Guests dining at the private business and social club—located on the highest floor of One Financial Plaza—can take in views of the ocean and city skyline. 

Dinner is $175 per person—$40 of which will be donated to St. Jude Children's Hospital. Reservations can be made by calling the Tower Club at 954.764.8550.

Tower Club; 28th floor of Regions Bank Building at One Financial Plaza, 100 SE Third Ave., Fort Lauderdale