Cluck Miami in Wynwood benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida
Friday, September 27, 2013, 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm
255 NW 25th Street
Wynwood Arts District
Miami, FL 33127
$85 prepaid online through September 26, 2013, at midnight.
$100 at the door
(Tickets are VERY LIMITED. Ticket sales at the door subject to availability. Event is 21+)
Order tickets Online
Use Promo Code SOUL30 to get 30% off all tickets.
Event is a VIP experience, all tickets include access to:
Â· Unlimited restaurant tastings from some of Miami’s favorite restaurants.
Â· Access to Champagne Welcome Reception presented by Veuve Clicquot Champagne (7-8pm) featuring complimentary endless bubbles. After 8pm, Veuve will be avail for purchase by the glass.
Â· Access to Bombay Sapphire World Bazaar featuring complimentary cocktails all night and mixologist demonstrations throughout the event.
Â· Complimentary cocktails by Chambord Flavored Vodka – which pairs great with champagne.
Â· Complimentary specialty microbrew created for Cluck Miami from Gravity Brewlab.
Â· Token to help decide which restaurant is the winner of Cluck Miami.
Â· Live DJ set.
Cluck Miami -The first annual fundraising event celebrating the delectable combination of gourmet fried chicken dishes paired with Veuve Clicquot Champagne. Proceeds from the event benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida (RMHC), whose mission is to create, find and support programs that directly improve the health and well being of children.
The event will showcase local chefs’ individual take on the classic fried chicken dish, culminating in a competition where guests will vote to decide this year’s winning Chef of Cluck Miami.
Participating chefs and restaurants include: Miami’s first winner of Food Network’s “Chopped,” Chef Giorgio Rapicavoli with Eating House; Chef Bradley Kilgore with J&G Grill at the St. Regis Bal Harbour; Chef Adrianne Calvo with Chef Adrianne’s Vineyard Restaurant and Wine Bar; Chef Jacob Anaya (formerly of Mandarin Oriental) with OTC Brickell; Chef Jean Paul Desmaison (formerly of La Cofradia) with Jean Paulâ€™s House Restaurant and Market Place; Chef Richard Hales featuring Midtown’s loved Sakaya Kitchen and his new creation, Blackbrick, a new concept in Chinese food set to open this fall; Chef Todd Webster of Ocean Drive’s The Front Porch Cafe; and Downtownâ€™s Will Call Miami. Satisfy your sweet tooth with desserts by City Hall the Restaurant and champagne-themed cupcakes by pastry chef Giselle Pinto of Sugar Yummy Mama. For complete listings, please call 305.240.1015.Thank you for using Soul Of Miami!