Largely known as one of America’s favorite gourmet gatherings on the beach, the 21st year food network & cooking channel South Beach Wine & food festival shown by Capital One returns to Eat.
This festival’s signature fan-favored tasting, placed on the sands of Miami Beach, return to show the cuisine from some of the USA’s most professional chefs and lifestyle personalities.
The varied weekend of beverage and cooking parties will also have the festivals featured wine seminars, theme travel around tastings, more than thirty close dinners featuring famous chefs and celebrated wine producer, a more expanded selection of hands on master classes and family-friendly choices, the Crave Greater Fort Lauderdale series showed by My Fort Lauderdale Beach, pick events in Palm Beach county – adding dinners hosted by acclaimed chef Mauro Colagreco, and lifestyle celebrity Martha Steward and more.
Each SOBEWFF event is ticketed and prices change largely, changing from $35 for family- friendly events, like pizza-making classes to five hundred dollars for the formal tribute dinner at Loews Miami Beach hotel, which will greet Chef Marcus Samuelsson this year. Many event prices hover approximately $95.
Miami Beach Signature Events
Some of the best after beaches parties on the sand are Miami Beach Signature Events, which contain Thursdays night Italian Bites on the Beach presented by Dairo Cecchini and Giada De Laurentis, Fridays night Burger Bash hosted by Rachael Ray, Saturday night BBQ Beachside presented by Guy Fieri and Sunday night Carnival on Beach presented by Andrew Zimmern.
Other signature events take place at some of Miami Beach, including Chicken Couple hosted by Tyler Florence at W South Beach, Best of the Best at the Miami Beach historic Fontainebleau, and Southern Kitchen Brunch presented by Tacos and Trisha Yearwood, both at Loews Miami Beach.