Aaron Resnick, Rob Sena, Jeff Brook, Jason Goldstein, Sorah Daiha, JT Daly and Grace Carricarte invite you to the Algonquin Dinner Club benefiting the Melissa Institute at OLA at Sanctuary Hotel
1745 James Ave, Miami Beach, Fl 33139
Tuesday night, November 11, 2008
7:00 PM â€“ 8:00 PM complimentary rooftop cocktail reception featuring Select Vodka
8:00 PM – Delectable multi course dinner, including glass of wine served with dinner
$40.00 per person (which includes all taxes and gratuity)
RSVP to Rosemary Staltare at email@example.com or by calling 305.695.9125
Seating is limited and is on a first come first serve basis
Appetizers Served family style
Ecuadorian Shrimp, Shrimp, roasted tomatoes, popcorn & corn nuts
OLA Salad, Mixed boston & purple lettuce, feta cheese, fava beans, red radish, pine nuts & guava chipotle vinaigrette
Beef Empanadas, Smoked orange marmalade and habanera cream sauce
EntrÃ©e Served family style: Pollo Alino, Served w/ humita ( white corn tamale) and wild mushroom demi glace sauce
Sugar Cane Rum-Cured Panela Salmon, Panela rum cured and seared, creamy quinoa, broken black olive vinaigrette, jicama salad
Vegetable Paella, Saffron rice, fava beans, sweet peas and plantains
Dessert, Chef’s Tasting Platter of Gourmet Desserts
Algonquin Dinner Club is a group of young professionals in Miami that get together for dinner at a new restaurant each week. The original Algonquin Roundtable consisted of some of New York’s greatest literary lights of the post-W.W. I era: Writer Dorothy Parker and Robert Benchley; The New Yorker founder Harold Ross; columnists Franklin Pierce Adams and Heywood Broun, and Broun’s wife Ruth Hale; critic Alexander Woollcott; comedian Harpo Marx; and playwrights George S. Kaufman, Marc Connelly, Edna Ferber and Robert Sherwood.
www.melissainstitute.org. The Melissa Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to the study and prevention of violence through education, community service, research support and consultation. Our mission is to prevent violence and promote safer communities through education and application of research-based knowledge.
Select Vodka is distilled six times, and is the fastest growing imported vodka (750 ML) in liquor stores and the brand currently has more than 1,100 accounts in Florida.