If you want to eat Spanish, Greek, Brazilian, Moroccan cuisines and more without ever leaving West Palm Beach, you’ll want to check out the culinary Tour du Monde at Thierry Beaud’s tres charming Pistache (101 N. Clematis St., 561/833-5090).

Beginning Saturday, June 23, and continuing through early November, Beaud and chef Julien Gremaud will present the cuisines of 10 different countries, complete with live entertainment. Moroccan night (Nov. 10), for example, will feature kebabs, pastilla, drummers and belly dancers, while Russian night (Sept. 21) will feature borscht and other Ruski favorites, along with a violinist and folk dancers.

You can even get a Pistache “passport,” which when stamped will get you a free dink at the next tour dinner. Attend them all and you could even win a trip to Paris. The restaurant’s regular menu will also be available on tour days, including such new seasonal dishes as grilled corvine with heirloom tomato salad and jumbo scallops with eggplant “caviar” and basil coulis.

Just think, a world tour without standing in line at Customs and getting felt up by pervy TSA agents. . .