Eater is thrilled to be partnering with the Food Network South Beach White Wine & & Food Celebration this year for a weekend of waterfront lunches, collaborative suppers, and mixed drink classes. However no matter which event you participate in throughout the celebration, running from February 23 to 26, you can expect Eater to combine chefs (and bartenders) for a pairing that you will not discover anywhere else. Plus, it recommends a good cause. Discover more about each occasion (and snag your tickets) listed below.
Supper with Timon Balloo, Tiffany Derry, and Jeff Masanz|Friday, February 24
Chef Timon Balloo’s runaway Miami struck Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill was an immediate hit with both residents and visitors when it opened more than 10 years back, and Top Chef entrant Tiffany Derry’s Roots Southern Table was highly expected around Dallas before its opening in 2021. For one night the two chefs are stepping away from their precious tasks to work together on a menu with the Bath Club’s executive chef Jeff Masanz. Anticipate a menu that commemorates each’s roots. Tickets are $300.
Lunch at Amara at Paraiso with Michael Schwartz and Jose Enrique|Saturday, February 25
Jose Enrique is easily San Juan’s most celebrated chef, and you ‘d have a hard time meeting anybody in Miami who doesn’t know and love chef Michael Schwartz’s restaurants. Both chefs are cherished in your area and to visitors, and each espouses the regional and seasonal. Sign up with these 2 skilled, ingredient-driven chefs for an amazing afternoon at Schwartz’s stunning waterfront restaurant. Tickets are $175.
Family-Style Lunch Hosted by Hattie B’s Hot Chicken|Saturday, February 25
The name you’ll most easily associate with Nashville hot chicken, Hattie B’s Hot Chicken, is headed south for a family-style lunch featuring its popular intense fowl. In addition to all the chicken, you can anticipate Hattie B’s to administer a few of its signature Southern sides. Tickets are $175.
Daiquiri-Making Master Class With Coffee shop La Trova’s Julio Cabrera |Sunday, February 26
Julio Cabrera’s cantinero-style mixed drinks have regularly landed Cafe La Trova on the World’s 50 Finest Bars list. With a show-stopping Cuban menu from chef Michelle Bernstein, this Calle Ocho favorite is a can’t- avoid destination. Join Cabrera and local bartender Gio Gutierrez for a hands-on cocktail class filled with a life time of ideas and techniques for whipping up among Cuba’s sweetest gifts– the daiquiri. Tickets are $95.
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