North Miami BrewFest is back and happening November 16th at the MOCA Plaza.
The North Miami BrewFest is a one-day festival featuring some of the best breweries in South Florida and their unique and varied creations. The mission is to contribute to brewing science education and innovation for the craft brew industry, brewpubs and home brew organizations. The event includes educational seminars delivered by faculty and top industry experts who share expertise and a passion for brewing and the science behind it.
NoMi BrewFest began as a student project, led
by hospitality management students at the Chaplin School of Hospitality &
Tourism Management, at FIU. Proceeds from the North Miami BrewFest support the FIU
Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management and it’s Brewing Science
North Miami BrewFest will have a selection of more than 200 different beers so every attendee can explore and discover something new. There will be food and plenty of beer include beer created by some of the students at FIU.
The Florida breweries have made a commitment to make this experience special – so they’ll be brewing up an exclusive blend just for the beer festival. Breweries participating include: Biscayne Bay Brewing, Concrete Beach Brewery, Descarga Brewing, Exit One Taproom, Lost City Brewing, M.I.A Brewing, Monkey Business Brewing, Old Deck Beer Co., South Beach Brewing, The Tank Brewing Co., Unbranded Brewing Company, Veza Sur Brewing Co., Wynwood Brewing Company, and dozens more!
The Food-E has teamed up with Mayor’s Cafe Miami Lakes to bring some of Miami’s most popular restaurants to Miami Lakes for ONE NIGHT ONLY.
First up, The Food-E presents Sanguich De Miami at Mayor’s Cafe on August 15th from 6 to 9pm or until the sandwiches run out.
This one night only event features Miami’s BEST CUBAN SANDWICH plus other favorites found on the Sanguich De Miami menu at their brick and mortar location in Little Havana. Owners Danny and Rosa are crafting some of the cities best Cuban sandwiches all made from scratch down to the ham, pork, mustard, pickles just to name a few.
If you haven’t been to Sanguich De Miami yet or haven’t had the time, this is the perfect time to try it for yourself especially if you live in the Hialeah, Miami Lakes, Miramar or Pembroke Pines area.
Get there early! Once they are gone, they are gone!
The 24th Annual Las Olas Wine & Food Festival is coming back to Ft. Lauderdale on Friday, April 5th. The Las Olas Wine & Food Festival benefits the American Lung Association.
There will be over 50 restaurants highlighting the best of Greater Fort Lauderdale and over 30 international wineries showcasing over 200 wines, along with live music, DJ’s and interactive experiences.
Restaurants participating include: 15th Street Fisheries, American Social, Angelo Elia Pizza Bar & Tapas, Beehive Kitchen, Big City Tavern, Boathouse at the Riverside, BurgerFi, Burlock Coast, Casa Sensei, Catered Fit, Colada Cuban Coffee House and Eatery, Council Oak, Crave Rum Cakes, Crowned Waffles, Dunkin’, Ethos Greek Bistro, ETARU, Flight 19 and more.
Very few tickets are available for $150 and are 100% all inclusive. Use the code ‘FOODE’ for $15 off tickets right now.
My favorite time of the year is upon us. The Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival is back for its 18th year February 20 – 24, 2019.
The five-day festival is coming back to the Magic City of Miami with more than 100 events including events in Broward and Palm Beach.
“We are excited to unveil the 100-plus events we have planned to our passionate fans and partners, the 18th annual edition of the Festival is our most robust event line up yet.”
Festival founder and director, Lee Brian Schrager
Some of your favorite events are coming back to SoBeWFF this year. The Goya Foods’ Grand Tasting Village featuring Mastercard Grand Tasting Tents & Culinary Demonstrations takes place on Saturday, February 23 and Sunday, February 24. On Thursday, February 21, Italian Bites on the Beach sponsored by HCP Media and the Miami Herald Media Company hosted by Giada De Laurentiis, and Friday, February 22 at the Heineken Light Burger Bash presented by Schweid & Sons hosted by David Burtka & Neil Patrick Harris. The party keeps going on Saturday, February 23 at the Beachside BBQ hosted by Guy Fieri, which will feature special musical performances from Cassadee Pope and Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real. Closing out the weekend on Sunday, February 24 is BACARDÍ’s Beach Carnival hosted by Andrew Zimmern.
Brand-new events taking place at the 2019 Festival include:
Bites & Beats on the River hosted by Adam Richman
Wine & Cheese Happy Hour hosted by Martha Stewart
Taste Jamaica hosted by Cindy Hutson & Delius Shirley
Mangia After Dark hosted by Marc Murphy
Rosé Pool Party hosted by Geoffrey Zakarian
Sunset Stone Crab hosted by Emeril Lagasse
You can find a full list of 2019 events here. There are still great tickets available for some great events, so get them now.
To date, the Festival has raised more than $28 million in support of its mission to EAT. DRINK. EDUCATE. with the Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management at Florida International University.
I can’t wait for this year’s festival and I hope to see you on the sands of South Beach next month.
We all love our phones right? We all love to photograph our food and post it on the ‘Gram too. Well how about if I told you about an app that could connect you to brands and you could get paid to post content.
This is FlipperSplash. FlipperSplash is the mobile app that works as a connection management platform for Brands and Influencers to connect!
It’s that simple. Miami is launching in the next few months and I would love to show you how FlipperSplash could work for you.
Join me Wednesday, September 19th at No. 3 Social in Wynwood for the first Miami Social Series.
Come learn about FlipperSplash, meet local influencers like you, enjoy cocktails and bites and more.
Each ticket includes one cocktail, hors d’oeuvre, plus access to the extended Happy Hour at No. 3 Social.
Get your tickets HERE and I will see YOU on the rooftop.