Can’t get enough of great food and palate-pleasing drinks? Then clear your calendar for these upcoming food events.
From vegetarian and vegan meals to celebrity chef-helmed cooking classes, this guide will help you plan the most satisfying spring yet.
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Sweet Butter Southern dining and music
The Sweet Butter Dinner Show returns for its second production this year with an immersive Southern experience with a New Orleans-style dinner and musical show of live music, singing, dancing, acting, and a six-piece band — all while enjoying a 4-course dinner.
When/where: July 13-14 at the Overtown Performing Arts Center (1031 NW 3rd Ave, Miami) with two show times per day at 6 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
The dinner musical pays homage to Southern culture and traditions. Every item on the menu has a Southern theme representative of regions with deeply rooted traditions. The show takes you on a journey from the Creole culture of New Orleans to the Geechee and Gullah cultures of the Carolinas and across the deep South of Georgia.
Ticket, which must be purchased in advance, can be found at SweetButterMiami.com.
Wynwood Marketplace, 2250 NW 2nd Ave., Miami
Chef Collective at Faena featuring Eating House chef Rapicavoli
For this month’s installment of Chef Collective, Pao by Paul Qui’s chef Benjamin Murray will team up with chef Giorgio Rapicavoli.
A James Beard Rising Star semifinalist and two-time winner of “Chopped,” Rapicavoli will present a vegetarian menu with the option to add meat.
When/where: July 26 with seatings at 7 and 8 p.m. at Pao by Paul Qui, 3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
3201 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
Asian Night Bazaar Dinner at Jaya at The Setai
Jaya at The Setai has just launched a brand new dinner series called Asian Night Bazzar Dinner. Taking place every Friday night, the series includes a three-course meal, a welcome cocktail, performances by geisha greeters, contortionists and fire dancers, and live DJ sets — all for $75. The tasting menu will offer a range of dishes like lamb chops, vegetable green curry, and more.
When/where: Every Friday at Jaya at The Setai, 2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach. Live performances will be held at 8:30 and 9:30 p.m.
Tickets/Admission: $75 includes all of the above.
2001 Collins Ave, Miami Beach
WYNpairings at Wynwood Oven
Wynwood Oven now offers a flight of four rotating rare fine wines paired with dishes by Chef Alexandro Garcia. Enjoy the wines by themselves for $18.95 or do the whole food pairing experience for $35.95.
When and where: starting at 6 p.m. every evening at Wynwood Oven, 2085 NW Second Ave., Miami; http://wynwood-oven.com/.
2085 NW SEcond Avenue, Miami, FL 33127
Pizza Tuesday at Forte dei Marmi
Every Tuesday, foodies can head to Forte dei Marmi to savor a menu of specialty pizzas from Chef Antonio Mellino’s authentic Italian pizza oven. Creations range from the classic to imagined combinations, like a Pata Negra Pizza made with rucola and shaved parmigiana and a White Pizza with Gorgonzola, walnuts, pears and Périgord truffle.
When and where: Pizza Tuesday happens every week at Forte dei Marmi, 150 Ocean Dr., Miami Beach; http://fdmmiami.com/.
150 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach, FL 33139
Epic's Sky Dining Series
Kimpton Epic Hotel will launch a new monthly dinner series featuring limited bottles of spirits and rare vintages.
Hosted by Kimpton Epic Hotel’s new director of beverage and sommelier, Amy Currens, the dinners will take place on the hotel’s 29th-floor lounge. The first installment will take place on Tuesday, July 24 at 7 p.m.
Guests will explore five champagnes from the Roederer portfolio, including vintage Brut Nature and Cristal. The bubbly will be accompanied by a five-course dinner. With only 16 seats available, this is one intimate experience you should book well in advance.
Tickets are $125 per person and can be purchased here
270 Biscayne Blvd. Way, Miami