Dining Out? Make it a Chef’s Dinner

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Drunken Deviled Eggs
Drunken Deviled Eggs

Don’t just eat out. Make it a special night with a chef’s dinner. We’ve round up three genuine chef experiences for you to give a go. The first being from Sarsaparilla Club owner-chefs Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth, who have just introduced a new Chef’s Tasting menu at their popular American Dim Sum restaurant.  The tasting menu experience starts with their signature dim sum cart dishes such as the Braised Short Rib Dumpling, Pork Belly Steamed Bun and Drunken Deviled Eggs.

Corn on the cobb

The third course features the chef’s larger plate options including the Green Curry Fried Chicken Drumstick, Short Rib Meat Loaf, Charred Bok Choy, Grilled Graffiti Eggplant, and Spiced Honey Carrots & Farro Salad. Lastly, to end the meal with a sweet tooth the menu features the Sarsaparilla Chocolate Cake topped with Rainbow Root Chips, Honey Butter Drizzle and Sea Salt.

Classic or vegetarian menus are available for $39, with another $20 for wine and beer pairings where each course is paired with a specialty drink like the Barrel of Monks Draft beer, JP Chenet Sparkling Blanc de Blanc, Langued’oc, 2013 Chateau St. Jean. Menu available now.

 

 

 

 

Craft Beer Lovers Rejoice:

JWB Flight
J. Wakefield beer flight at Verde

November 3rd, Verde at PAMM will be hosting a special dinner with J. Wakefield Brewery (which Haute Living has called one of the top breweries in the city) along with Verde’s executive chef, Kaytlin Dangaran for $65 a person. Aside from having one of the best views in the city, it will have an amazing line-up with just the right beer-to-food ratio. See delicious menu below.  Want tickets? Click here. 

Passed Canapes

Grilled oyster with cranberry mignonette

Chicken liver mousse and seared foie gras crostini with pickled fennel and mustard seeds

Calabaza arrancini with kale pesto

*Beer Pairing: Campos de Fresas – 9.5% abv

First Course

Roasted heirloom beets with Gorgonzola yogurt, watercress, and spiced pistachios

*Beer Pairing: Just Beet It – 3.5% abv

Second Course

Porchetta with rosemary chimichurri, roasted marble potatoes and mustard greens

*Beer Pairing: 24th Street Brown – 6.8% abv

Dessert

Chocolate and graham cracker tart with burnt marshmallow fluff

*Beer Pairing: Stay Puft Smoked Marshmallow Porter – 7% abv

Explore Haitian:

The Sacred Space by Gio Alma 2016_9516 HR
The Sacred Space by Gio Alma

On November 14th, 15th & 16th the Museum of Food and Drink, otherwise known as MOFAD along with Eater, will host guests at the fabulous new Sacred Space, an enchanting indoor/outdoor space with good vibes and lots of greenery.  Chef JJ Johnson will explore the flavors and history of Haitian cuisine, marrying his cooking style with that of the Haitian culinary culture. If getting to know Haitian food in the most chi-chi way possible isn’t enough, there will be an Infiniti vehicle will be on-site, offering diners a VR experience that somehow they will tie into the story of the cuisine, the chef, and the food being prepared. We’re all stomaches. Tickets $100.

105 NE 24th St. Miami, FL 33137

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