Rusty Bucket Restaurant & Tavern today announced that the company will donate all profits made today Monday, September 18th to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
Rusty Bucket, in partnership with its sister company, Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, will host the one-day fundraiser to support those affected by Hurricanes Harvey and Irma with the goal of donating together more than $150,000. The funds raised will help provide food, shelter and other emergency supplies to victims of both hurricanes.
On September 18, for every $50 donation made to the American Red Cross at Rusty Bucket locations, the company will provide guests with a $10 promotional gift card valid toward any food purchases on their next visit.
The SEED Food & Wine Festival is back.
The five-day festival will kick off on November 18 through November 22, featuring chef dinners, a grand tasting, film screenings and many other activities, all dedicated to a message of conscious consumption—and delicious cuisine.
The 2015 lineup thus far includes chefs Chad and Derek Sarno of Wicked Healthy Food; Julie Piatt, co-author of The Plantpower Way; Charles Chen of RawYouth.org; Jay Astafa of 3 Brothers Vegan Cafe, and Jeremy Ford of Matador Room; Bad Ass Vegan John Lewis; entrepreneur Maranda Pleasant; yoga instructors Dawn B and Corbin Stacy; life coach sand author Jennifer Grace; ultra-marathoner Brendan Brazier; Sexy Fit Vegan Ella Magers; YouTube sensation Megan Elizabeth; and even more plant-based celebrities to be announced. Miami’s amazing local culinary scene will also be strongly represented. Participating chefs include Jonathan Seningen of DIRT, Brad Kilgore of Alter, Jamie DeRosa of Tongue & Cheek, Chef Paco of Jugofresh and r+d pop up, Todd Erickson of Haven, Amber Antonelli of The Naked Bite, Mark Reinfeld of Vegan Fusion, and South Florida blogger Burger Beast who will be guest-judging the country’s first-ever Veggie Burger Battle.
Lucky for you, we have a pair of VIP tickets for you to win to the Tasting Village on Saturday.
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If you are attending a Miami Heat Finals game, then you have to check out the new ‘Heat Happy Hour’ at Area 31 inside the EPIC Hotel.
Area 31 is offering a ‘Pre-Heat’ pre-fixe menu for $24 per person.
Some of the menu items include:
- Mahi Ceviche mixed with sweet pineapple, cilantro and plantain chips
- BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwich with chilli, jalapeño and house made slaw
- Goat Cheese ‘Cheesecake’ topped with berries and whipped cream
- Grilled Kale Salad with red onions, peaches and smoked lemon aioli
- Shrimp Cocktail with cucumber salad and chipotle cocktail sauce
- Veggie Stir Fry with boy choy, Napa cabbage and soy
- Angus Burger
- Flourless Chocolate Cake with bitter chocolate mousse
Area 31 is also offering some drink specials too. If your going to one of the upcoming Heat Finals game, make sure to stop by Area 31 first for your ‘Pre-Heat’ meal.
If you need more information you can all them at 305.424.5234.
If your looking for a new place to celebrate happy hour, try “Happy Tapa Hour” at The Angler’s Boutique Resort.
From Tuesday to Friday from 5 pm till 7pm, 660 at The Angler’s features “Happy Tapa Hour.”
During “Happy Tapa Hour” you can have your choice of $5 cocktails and appetizers.
You can score some truffle fries or even some short rib empanadas plus some cocktails for $5 each during “Happy Tapa Hour.”
Do yourself a favor and go enjoy “Happy Tapa Hour.”
[gmap description=”660 Washington Ave Miami, FL”]660 Washington Ave Miami, FL[/gmap]
If your looking for a place to celebrate Cinco De Mayo, look no further than Rosa Mexicano in Brickell or Lincoln Road.
Since Cinco De Mayo is on a Sunday, Rosa Mexicano is hosting a Boozy Mexican Brunch with brunch dishes, Mexcal Bloody Maria and a Passion Picante Pitcher.
There will be a live DJ, mariachis, sombreros, beer and more.
Some of the brunch menu items include:
- Fried Eggs and Carnitas Hash: Pork carnitas and ancho chile potato hash, fried eggs, habanero mustard jam
- Cinnamon-Cascabel Chili Stuffed French Toast: Chile crusted brioche bread filled with Mascarpone, topped with caramelized plantains
- Mexican Cobb Salad: Grilled chicken, chorizo sausage, Cabrales blue cheese, avocado, cherry tomatoes and habanero pickled onions with an avocado-dill dressing
Check out the full Cinco De Mayo brunch menu here.
We were fortune enough to go and try some of these dishes on Monday. I can tell you everything is awesome!
The Carnitas Hash is awesome. They come with corn tortillas so you can make tacos. How awesome is that.
The French Toast is beyond awesome. The Mascarpone in the middle of both toast is outstanding.
To top it off, I recommend you get a Passion Picante Pitcher to drink. The drink has 1800 silver tequila, passion fruit, fresh lime, ginger, and habanero. It’s perfect to make you think your drinking something soft, but it creeps up and hits you with the tequila and habanero.
Rosa Mexicano is definitely doing Cinco De Mayo brunch right! I know where we will be on Sunday! Join us!
Ladies, if your looking for a new ladies night, look no further than Red, the Steakhouse in Boca Raton.
Every Thursday night from 4:30p until close, ladies can enjoy unlimited free cocktails & select wines at Red’s bar.
Hear that ladies, FREE! No strings attached.
And you know all of Red’s awesome food will be available too! Ladies if your looking for something different and awesome, check out Red, the Steakhouse in Boca on Thursdays.
For more information, call Red at 561-353-9139.
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Photo : Inside Ft. Lauderdale