Rachael Ray Burger Bash Sold Out–Again

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Those of you who were as excited as we were to hear the news that a second batch of the coveted tickets to Rachael Ray’s Burger Bash were going on sale over the weekend must be just as disappointed as we are to find out they are now all gone; and there won’t be anymore.

As one of the most highly anticipated evenings during South Beach’s annual Wine & Food Festival, the Amstel Light Burger Bash presented by Allen Brothers and hosted by Rachael Ray was completely sold out before news of a second batch of tickets even spread very far. Devoted followers of the event scooped up the final tickets which were sold on January 10 until 9 p.m.

The event will take place on the white-sand beach of The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach where some of the best burger makers get together to demonstrate their unique interpretations of a classic dish.

A fun new addition to the event is a special 45 minute preview reception for a limited number of Burger Bash enthusiasts who want to have access to the evening at 6:15 p.m. instead of 7 p.m. For $300, not including tax and service fee, you can watch “Rachael Ray meet and greet all Burger Bash chefs as she tours and tastes” prior to the official opening. A portion of the proceeds from the preview reception will benefit Rachael’s Yum-o! Foundation, a “nonprofit organization that empowers kinds and their families to develop healthy relationships with food and cooking by teaching families to cook, feeding hungry kids, and funding cooking education and scholarships.”

Participating Restaurants in Burger Bash 2010:

  1. 8 Oz. Burger Bar
  2. B Spot (Michael Symon)
  3. Bill’s Bar & Burger
  4. Bistro One LR at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach (Thomas Connell)
  5. Blackberry Farm
  6. BLT Burger (Laurent Tourondel)
  7. Bobby’s Burger Palace (Bobby Flay)
  8. Bourbon Steak
  9. David Burke’s Primehouse (David Burke)
  10. DB Bistro Moderne
  11. Good Stuff Eatery (Spike Mendelsohn)
  12. Jean Georges Restaurant (Johnny Iuzzini)
  13. Jeffrey and Zach Chodorow
  14. Jeni’s Ice Cream
  15. Levain Bakery
  16. Love Shack (Tim Love)
  17. Marc Burger (Marcus Samuelsson)
  18. Meat Market (Sean Brasel)
  19. Michael’s Geniune Food & Drink
  20. Morimoto (Masaharu Morimoto)
  21. Moxie, The Restaurant and Red, The Steakhouse
  22. Porter House New York (Michael Lomonaco)
  23. Rocco DiSpirito
  24. Shake Shack
  25. Standard Miami (Mark Zeitouni)
  26. The Drunken Goat (Allen Brothers’ Chef Stephanie Izard)
  27. Toro (Ken Oringer)


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