From Miami Beach To Homestead, There’s A Whole Lot Of Good Food Events Going On This Week

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Each week, MIAbites presents the Weekly Nibble, of upcoming food events and happenings in Miami.  All events are subject to change so please check ahead to confirm details.

Saturday March 12th–  Verde Farm and Kitchen opens its doors on March 12th beginning at 5 pm, welcoming you with a tour around the farm followed up with a candle lit, cozy and intimate dinner at the Verde Kitchen Cafe. Chef Pamela Wasabi will use fresh picked farm ingredients composing a savory five-course plant based Colombian inspired gourmet dinner to be paired with complementary Wynwood Brewery drafts. $65 pp Tickets on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/urban-oasis-project-presents-dinner-at-sunset-featuring-chef-pamela-wasabi-tickets-21645850321?aff=ebrowse Verde Farm and Kitchen
12690 SW 280th St, Homestead, FL 33033 (305) 257-2005

Sunday March 13thLes Dames d’Escoffier Miami, presents a lavish Tropical brunch from 11:00 am to 3:00pm at the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens featuring a stellar lineup of South Florida chefs, restaurants and gourmet food shops and caterers. Participants to date include Basil Park, Via Verdi, Apeiro, Le Provençal, Thierry Isambert, Chef Adrianne’s, Chef of Distinction Catering, A Fare to Remember, Cookie Pursonality, Ovations and Sugar Factory, among many others. Restaurant participants will offer delicious brunch menu items and to wash it all down, a selection of cocktails, wines and craft beers. Live jazz will enhance the event’s lovely ambiance, extraordinary raffles will be offered, and Telemundo “Un Nueva Dia” celebrity Chef James Tahan will officiate at a culinary demo.  Tickets are priced at $65 per person for adults, $20 for children and free for children under 10. Tickets may be purchased via PayPal at reservations@lesdamesmiami.org or via credit card at 877-467-7725 Miami Beach Botanical Garden, 2000 Convention Center Drive, 33139. Metered parking and valet will be available. 

Tuesday March 15thStripSteak by Michael Mina hosts another of their 1954 Cellar Wine dinners featuring pairings from Adobe Road Winery. Owner Kevin Buckler will host the dinner, which features five wines from his Sonoma vineyard’s portfolio.  Diners will enjoy a decadent four-course menu, prepared by StripSteak’s chef de cuisine Derrick Roberts, complemented by Adobe Road award-winning wines. Priced at $190 per person, inclusive of tax and gratuity, the luxurious evening will begin at 8:00 p.m. StripSteak at The Fontainebleau 4441 Collins Ave. Miami Beach FL 877.326.7412

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Wednesday March 16th–  Miami.com Experiences is excited to be headed to Kendall for the first time on Wednesday, March 16 (7:30 p.m.)  for an exclusive dinner at Pisco y Nazca, the hot Peruvian powerhouse restaurant. Pisco y Nazca chef Miguel Antonio Gomez Fernández will collaborate with Chef Miguel Rebolledo from Bulla Gastropub in Coral Gables for a 7 course meal that includes a welcome cocktail. Dinner is $70 per person (all inclusive of tax and tip) Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2511870 Pisco Y Nazca 8405 Mills Dr. Miami FL. (305) 630-3844

Wednesday March 16thSUGARCANE raw bar grill hosts J.Wakefield Brewing for a spectacular BBQ and Beer happy hour! Join us from 5- 8pm on the patio for Assortment of Wakefield Brews and Wakefield Beer Cocktail and Open-fire grilling of fire roasted goat schwarma pickles & pita, lemongrass and tamarind pork belly sticky rice & coconut, sichuan peppercorn & cumin rubbed veal sweet breads local eggplant & peanuts, chile de arbol rabbit tacos onions, cilantro & lime and an Assortment of bar food, and desserts. Tickets are $60 and include tax and tip and available here: http://sambabrandsmanagement.com/shop/wakefield-bbq-happy-hour/?prod_cat=us Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill 3252 NE 1st. Miami FL (786) 369-0353.

Wednesday March 16th-  Miami Beach’s New England-inspired restaurant, Izzy’s Fish & Oyster, is going to bring the New England tradition of clambakes beginning next Wednesday and ongoing each Wednesday from 6- 11 pm for just four weeks until April 6th.  The traditional clambake includes the freshest regional seafood available (clams, lobster, mussels, shrimp, etc.) combined with potatoes, corn and chorizo and steamed in a broth using seaweed, fresh herbs and more. $35 pp served family style.  Izzy’s 423 Washington Ave. Miami Beach FL 305 -397-8843

( Information provided by various sources and subject to change. Please confirm ahead of time availability and details. )

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