A food festival is the perfect place for a first date because you can converse while satisfying your date’s vital need for liquids, sauces, breads, and meats. Everything changed for Peru on July 28, 1821, when South American leader Jose de San Martin declared independence from Spain. A three-year struggle ensued, but Peru’s freedom was solidified in December of 1824, when Venezuelan Marshall Antonio Jose de Sucre defeated a Spanish army at Ayacucho and ended the Spaniards’ South American rule. Naturally, July 28 has become a day of celebration. In Miami, it takes the form of the Peruvian Independence Day Festival. This annual event brings together the Latin American community and the city at large for a weekend of music, dance, and art; this year, there’s a special focus on traditional Peruvian cuisine. At the food booths, you can sample tamales, fried sweet potatoes, and ceviche and drink a pisco sour.Â General admissionÂ $20.
Tuesday, October 18,Â 11:30am-1pm -Â KeyWorking Miami,Â 888 Biscayne Blvd, #505,Â Miami Join for mimosas and brunch atÂ Keyworking in Downtown #onaTuesday.Â We’re getting up close and personal with founders shedding light on the challenges of starting up. UP NEXT: Paola Mendez, founder of SF Bloggers + Coral Gables Love Topic: Fear of the Unknown – Overcoming Failure …and since Paola’s […]
November 14 & 15, Miami Beach Convention Center, Hall A, 1901 Convention Center Drive, Miami Beach The 15th Americas Food & Beverage Show & Conference is your opportunity to explore and sample the largest selection of foods and beverages from around the world catering to the taste of the Americas. MEET over 400 exhibitors from […]
Thursday, May 18, 4pm-11pm – Tap 42, 301 Giralda Ave, Coral Gables All beer and food enthusiasts are invited to celebrate Tap 42â€™s one year mark in Coral Gables during their One Year Anniversary Party. Come out and enjoy an evening of amazing bites, great brews, champagne, a live DJ and more as Tap 42 partners with […]