Whats Haute: One-Of-a-Kind Dinners

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Little Palm Island Dinner
TSouth Beach’s Food and Wine Festival is taking things to another level. Key West Seaplanes and Little Palm Island Resort and Spa have partnered to create the most exclusive event of the festival. On February 20, attendees will enjoy an intimate dinner hosted by chef and author Rocco DiSpirito on Palm Island. Only accessible by seaplane or boat, guests can choose to charter a private Key West Seaplane to celebrate the evening at the resort.
1 S County Rd, Palm Beach, FL 33480 




Ocean Liner Dinner
Celebrity chef Anthony Bordain is hosting a truly one-of-a-kind dining experience, Inspired by The Wolfsonian of Florida International University’s collection of ocean liner menus. During the sold out event, the lucky guests will board the S.S. Wolfsonian and experience a multi-coarse menu from the culinary elite. Chefs Daniel Boulud, Andrew Carmellini, Frederic Morin, Francois Payard and Eric Ripert will create elegant dishes reminiscent of first class ocean liner dining. The proceeds of this black tie event will benefit the Chaplin School of Hospitality and Tourism Management at FIU and the Wolfsonian-FIU.




Paradise Farms Dinner in Paradise
Certified organic farm Paradise Farms is celebrating its harvest with monthly Dinners in Paradise. The all vegetarian farm offers one in February, two more in March and three in April. The events benefit the Learning in Paradise organization which hosts field trips to the farm. Each dinner features a different local chef using local organic ingredients and fine wine. Dining under the stars while enjoying February’s Valentine’s Dinner or possibly March’s Edible Flower Festival is the epitome of the farm to table concept.




Cobaya Dinners
Underground dining has hit Miami. Cobaya – Gourmet Guinea Pigs is a must-try experience. The “Guinea Pigs” are diners who sign up to participate while Miami chefs are brought in to construct a delicious and creative meal. The twist is that there is no menu, no substitutions, and the locations change regularly. With past dinners including fried pig’s ear and grilled squid head, this is an experience for the adventurous eater and will not disappoint.




Dining in the Dark
Dining in the dark is the newest ultimate foodie experience. For the adventurous crowd looking for something new, dining in the dark will be a night like no other. Guests are lead into a pitch black room and served a multiple course dinner paired with wine. The complete darkness encourages diners to appreciate each and every flavor in the dishes. Fort Lauderdale’s Market 17 offers a private dining room with a personal server to lead you through the evening.

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