In a glamorous, yet relaxed setting, guests can float from station to station, enjoying food and conversation with both the chefs and sommeliers about individual process and creation. A few dishes from the evenings menu will include Black Truffle Cheese Crostini topped with braised osso bucco and micro mint lavender by Chef Angelo Elia from Casa DíAngelo; Five Spice Pork Belly Gyoza filled with chestnut-miso butter, crispy herbs, and pomegranate vinegar from Havenís Chef Todd Erickson; Octopus Ceviche with Togarashi popcorn prepared by Chef Cormac Mahoney of Madison Park Conservatory; Chili Lobster served with Israeli cous cous and winter squash by Marc Forgione and Heirloom Apple Ice Cream on a bacon cone by Beastís Chef Naomi Pomeroy.
Over fifty celebrated chefs from across the U.S. will be in attendance, including celebrity chefs Michael Mina, Nobu Matsushisa, and E. Michael Reidt, to name a few. Nearly a hundred wineries will be providing their top varietals, however, it is exclusively the proprietors and wine-makers from each that will be on hand to pour and answer questions. Guests will have the opportunity to enjoy the gorgeous interior of the Fountainebleau Miami while also experiencing the most current gastronomic trends. Tickets cost $350 a person.
Sara graduated from the University of Mary Washington in Fredericksburg, Virginia with a degree in creative writing. As a military child she spent her childhood living and travelling overseas which shaped her passion for travel, language, food, and intercultural exchange. She has recently joined the JustLuxe editorial team....(Read More)