Competitor Robyn Almodovar Hosts Live Viewing Party For Episode Four of Fox network’s Hell Kitchen 6/12/12

Competitor Robyn Almodovar Hosts Live Viewing Party For Episode Four of Fox network’s Hell Kitchen
Tuesday, June 12th
Happy Hour 4 p.m. – 7 p.m.
Serving from 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Live Broadcast of “Hell’s Kitchen” 8 p.m. – 9 p.m.
Tobacco Road
626 S. Miami Ave.
Miami, FL 33130
305-374-1198

Local chef Robyn Almodovar has been turning up the heat on Season 10 of “Hell’s Kitchen” since its debut on June 4th. As one of the 16 contestants still left on the chopping block, Almodovar will host a live viewing party from her food truck “Palate Party” at Tobacco Road on Tuesday, June 11th.

Guests will enjoy live entertainment from Iko- Iko front man Graham Wood Drout, a Tobacco Road staple for more than 29 years, happy hour drink specials starting at $2 from 4 p.m. to 7p.m., and an opportunity to mix and mingle with the Almodovar while she serves up fan favorites of soft shell crab ($12), meatball sliders ($8) and garlic truffle fries ($3).

Almodovar’s popular food truck Palate Party, which promises to be a “party in your mouth every time”, was recently voted the #3 food truck in South Florida. The first food truck equipped with an actual stage, Palate Party has been custom outfitted with LED lights, a flat screen television and a culinary arsenal worthy of Gordon Ramsay himself.

Coming from a half Puerto Rican, half Italian background, Robyn Almodovar’s childhood was filled with culture, vibrancy and a deeply ingrained passion for food. The Le Cordon Bleu graduate worked at several respectable restaurants in South Florida including The Forge and Danny Devito’s Devito South Beach before obtaining an Executive Sous Chef position at the Royal Palm Hotel. However, she still felt she was missing that “HEAT” in the kitchen so she purchased a 24’ food truck and founded “Palate Party”, a fresh mobile food café that utilizes locally sourced ingredients.

Considered Miami’s Oldest Bar, Tobacco Road remains virtually unchanged since its inception in the early 1900s. While ownership has changed, the primary purpose of the establishment – a neighborhood watering hole – has always been the same. Tobacco Road features an amazing menu of house-smoked specialties, award-winning burgers and cuisine that goes way beyond bar food. The Tobacco Road kitchen is open daily from noon to 1:30am.

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