This year, guests can expect lively entertainment, including tunes by Carluba. At 3:30PM, anyone who would like to dunk Chef Beltran – one of Miami’s most outspoken and occasionally controversial figures – will have the opportunity to do so for a $100 donation (three throws per donation). In light of the recent circumstances in Australia, all proceeds will benefit New South Wales Rural Fire Service, the world’s largest volunteer fire service.
The celebration continues in the Ariete dining room from 6PM until close, where the restaurant will serve a special three-course family-style feast priced at $49 per person. Designed to be shared and intended for indulgence, the menu will feature fan favorites as well as some special surprises. Also available will be a limited a la carte menu with signature items including the famed pastrami-style short rib and succulent pork chop. Since no celebration is complete without dessert, all diners will be treated to a complimentary slice of birthday cake made by Executive Pastry Chef Devin Braddock. Additionally, diners can enjoy $10 select signature cocktails and live music by The Problem Kids.