If you want to dine on culinary creations from some of South Florida's best chefs and help fight childhood hunger at the same time, then you have got to come out to Share Our Strength's Taste of the Nation South Florida on Thursday, July 25, from 7 to 10 p.m. at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel.
Taste of the Nation features top chefs and mixologists who come together to donate their time and talent to help put an end to childhood hunger and educate children and families on
South Florida's biggest names in the restaurant world, like Allen Susser, Timon Balloo (Sugarcane Raw Bar Grill), and Michael Schwartz (Restaurant Michael Schwartz), will be on hand to celebrate the first year ever that Taste of the Nation Miami and Taste of the Nation Fort Lauderdale will join together to create Taste of the Nation South Florida.
The evening is sure to be epic, with chefs and gourmet cuisine from over 50 restaurants and vendors from both Miami and Fort Lauderdale showcasing their best dishes and mingling with the crowd including The Dutch, Florida Cookery, Red the Steakhouse, Steak 954, and 3030 Ocean.
In addition to fine dining and wine, the evening will feature live music, a silent auction, a wine auction, cooking competitions, and a lounge area.
Best of all,100 percent of ticket sales from this Taste of the Nation event benefit Share Our Strength's mission to fight and end childhood hunger. Tickets to the event range from $125 - $250, but take advantage of this special Voice Daily Deal and save 40% on your tickets. With the deal, general admission tickets are only $75 (regularly $125); and VIP tickets are only $150 (regularly $250). VIP ticket holders will enjoy an extra hour of good food and drink, starting at 6 p.m., and will be invited to the special chef's after-party. Please note, the event is open to guests 21 and over, only.
To purchase tickets, visit Voice Daily Deals. The deal lasts for a few days.
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