Marty and I enjoyed our first – but definitely not last visit to Sa-Lute Market in Palm Beach Gardens tonight. The restaurant is just the right size – has a full and varied menu – a wide selection of wines and liquors – excellent service (ask for Elle) – and very favorable pricing for good food in the PGA corridor. We loved – are you ready for it? Goat Cheese Stuffed Dates. They were wrapped in bacon, rich, delicious and only $9 for four. Plenty for two to split. We enjoyed the Chef’s Meatballs and rich tomato based sauce. $11 for four large meat balls and one per person is plenty for an app. The tomato bisque was rich but not spicy and very enjoyable. Our server Elle recommended the Salmon and she was not wrong. They recommend it medium and it was rich and tasted like fresh salmon with “0” fishy taste. If you like bread pudding you will love the bourbon bread pudding – guaranteed! Did I mention the house stuffed blue cheese olives in the shaken cold straight up dirty Martini. Why would I? Who like three overstuffed blue cheese olives in a cold dirty? We finished the night with a beautifully presented White Russian and Decaf Cap. The bill was very reasonable for “the corridor.” If you live in North County Sa-Lute Market is a must try. Its at the west end of all the restaurants at the S.E. corner of PGA and Central.