Sobeâ€™s 10th Year Anniversary Party â€œLet Them Eat Cake,â€ presented by MoÃ«t Hennessy USA and hosted by Emeril Lagasse along with Martha Stewart
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International Gourmet dessert company to make the cityâ€™s beaches and streets much sweeter with its second appearance at South Beach Wine & Food Festival
For the second year, Pennsylvania-based dessert company Sweet Street Desserts will make Miami Beachâ€™s famous beaches and streets that much sweeter during the 2011 Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival, February 24-27.
The highly anticipated annual festival which attracts foodies and wine connoisseurs from around the world will get a soul-satisfying experience as attendees sample Sweet Streetâ€™s luscious dessert line in Miami Beach. Sweet Street Desserts has become the world-renowned food service gourmet dessert leader, served in the finest restaurants and cafÃ©s worldwide. The familiar taste of these desserts, served at Barnes & Noble, among other top national chains, is now available directly to consumers. The latest line of products, PipeableÂ® Mousse Kits, launched September 2010, are now available for purchase at hundreds of retailers nationwide, including ShopRite. These All Natural, Gluten-Free PipeableÂ® Mousse Kits make it easy to create gorgeous desserts guests will love. Each kit comes with 8 dessert cups and 2 rich flavors of dessert mousse, ready upon thawing to layer, decorate or create oneâ€™s own dessert.
â€œWe are very much looking forward to Sweet Streetâ€™s return to Miami Beach,â€ said Founder and CEO Sandy Solmon. “We have a very exciting line-up of events planned, including two that are already sold out as well as the send-off for our new â€˜Sweet Rideâ€™ dessert mobile.â€
During the festival, Sweet Street will offer a diverse sampling of its desserts at two sold-out events on Friday, February 25: Perrier-JouÃ«t BubbleQ, presented by Allen Brothers and hosted by Bobby Flay and Friends, held beachside at the Delano, 1685 Collins Ave.; and Sobeâ€™s 10th Year Anniversary Party â€œLet Them Eat Cake,â€ presented by MoÃ«t Hennessy USA and hosted by Emeril Lagasse along with Martha Stewart at 1111 Lincoln Rd. Spreading even more lusciousness through the streets of Miami, Sweet Street Dessertsâ€™ customized “Sweet Ride” will be riding through select areas, offering passersby a chance to sample some of the brandâ€™s most popular creations, including 10 richly flavored dessert mousses, an assortment of gourmet cupcakes and irresistible dessert bars.
Coinciding with the opening of the celebrated culinary event on Thursday, February 24, the gourmet dessert company will donate 15 percent of its online sales to the festivalâ€™s beneficiary, Florida International University (FIU). February 24th through March 13th, customers that want to enjoy something lusciously wonderful while supporting a good cause can visit www.sweetstreet.com, purchase their favorite gourmet desserts, enter code â€œFIUâ€ upon checkout, and 15 percent of their purchase will support the Universityâ€™s School of Hospitality and Tourism Management.
Founded in 1979 by Sandy Solmon, Sweet Street Desserts offers over 400 gourmet desserts to some of the finest restaurants, bakeries and supermarkets in the world. In addition to award-winning cakes and pies, Sweet Street has a variety of Dessert Bars, Cheesecakes, Cookies and Mousses. Each made from the ultimate in fresh, high quality ingredients, Sweet Street is rated #1 in tasted and appearance by the most discriminating chefs. These luscious desserts are also available on sweetstreet.com, at upscale retail locations nationwide and for charitable fundraising. Whether itâ€™s helping your business make a unique and lasting impression, organizing your community fundraiser or turning a personal event into an occasion, Sweet Street Desserts will always complete the moment. For more information, visit www.sweetstreet.com.