Slow Food Miami will hold its sixth annual Ark of Taste Benefit Dinner on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at Paraiso Bay in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood.
Together for the first time, the chefs of The Genuine Hospitality Group’s Miami restaurants will cook local on Biscayne Bay to celebrate the Florida stone crab and benefit Slow Food Miami Edible Gardens. At the forefront of the meal is the Ark-nominated Florida stone crab, sourced from Miami’s own George Stone Crab. The star of the evening will be accompanied by locally sourced ingredients, including items from Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink chef de cuisine Niven Patel’s back yard and other farms served by Farm to Kitchen, a local produce distributor.
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All proceeds will benefit Slow Food Miami’s Edible School Garden Program. The evening will begin at 6:30 p.m., and include spirited cocktail hour featuring specialty libations courtesy of GREY GOOSE Vodka, sustainable wines by Stellar Wines, and passed hors d’oeuvres prepared by chef Molly Brandt of Restaurant Michael Schwartz at The Raleigh.
Tickets are $195 and can be purchased here.