Things to Do in Miami Food Events February 10 through February 13, 2020
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This week, Eating House’s anniversary menu has been extended through early March to include a selection of the restaurant’s biggest hits, including vaca frita rolls, chicken and waffles, and cap’n crunch pancakes. In addition, AQ by Il Mulino organizes a dinner with a guest chef and Bulla Gastrobar organizes a paella course.
Eat chicken and waffles of the house
Photo courtesy Eating House
Eating House Eighth Anniversary Menu
It’s been eight years since Eating House debuted. To celebrate, the restaurant on its flagship in Coral Gables offers a 7-course fixed price. It’s been so successful since the menu’s debut earlier this month that the restaurant extended the promotion to early March. Think of the menu as a look back at some of Eating House’s favorites, including vaca frita rolls, chicken and waffles, and cap’n crunch pancakes. Daily through March 4th at 6:00 p.m. at Eating House, 804 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables; 305-448-6524; eathousemiami.com. Tickets are $ 39.
AQ’s dining room
Photo courtesy of AQ Chop House by Il Mulino
Guest Chef Dinner Series in the AQ of Il Mulino
Tuesday and Wednesday you dine at AQ by Il Mulino during the first guest chef dinner of the year. With the Michelin-starred chef Giuseppe Stanzione from Al Mare, who is located at the Hotel Santa Caterina on the Amalfi Coast in Italy, the night begins with a champagne reception, followed by a Mediterranean-inspired dinner by Stanzione and Il Mulino New York Chef Michele Mazza prepares it. Tuesday, February 11, 7:00 pm and Wednesday, February 12, at the AQ of Il Mulino, 17875 Collins Ave., Sunny Isles Beach; 877-312-9742; ilmulino.com. Tickets are $ 95.
Food Truck Wednesdays in Pelican Harbor Marina
The food truck boom is showing no signs of slowing down. Thanks to the nationwide phenomenon, unique providers can offer their low-cost offers to the public. The downside: fans have to find their preferred mobile suppliers. Thanks to social media, food truck enthusiasts don’t have to work too hard, but it can still be a mission. Miami Food Truck Events has eliminated the hassle. Every Wednesday, Pelican Harbor Marina brings together some of Miami’s finest food trucks to serve their most coveted dishes. Weather permitting, the event also features live music, inflatables, and other kid-friendly activities for all ages. You just need to bring your own blankets and chairs. Wednesday, February 12th at 5 p.m., Pelican Harbor Marina, 1275 NE 79th St., Miami .; miamifoodtrucksevents.com. Admission is free.
Sangrias in the Gulla Gastrobar
Photo courtesy of Bulla Gastrobar
Paella and sangria cooking classes in the Bulla Gastrobar
Whether you’re out together for Valentine’s Day or as a single and want to chat, check out Bulla Gastrobar’s paella and sangria class, which is meant for families, friends, and couples. Learn the secrets of Spanish cuisine as you whip up seafood paella and different types of sangria. Wednesday, February 12th, 7pm, Bulla Gastrobar Coral Gables, 2500 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables; 786-810-6215. Thursday, February 13th, 7pm, Bulla Gastrobar Doral, 335 NW 87th Ave., C102, Doral; 305-260-6543; bullagastrobar.com. Tickets are $ 200 per pair.
Descarga Brewing at Veritage Miami.
Courtesy Veritage Miami
Veritage Miami Craft Beer Tasting
Try some amazing craft beers and food this Thursday at Wynwood Walls. Visit stations run by world-class local, regional, and national craft breweries and enjoy delicious bites at renowned South Florida restaurants. The evening’s celebrations, part of the Veritage Miami franchise, benefit the United Way of Miami-Dade. Thursday, February 13, 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Wynwood Walls, 2520 NW Second Ave., Miami; 305-531-4411; veritagemiami.com. Tickets cost $ 85 to $ 125.
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Clarissa Buch is a reporter and food critic who has covered Miami for more than half a decade. Her work focuses on food and culture (and food culture).