Human taste buds go into hibernation if they get bored, much like bears who don't have Xbox. Stimulate your senses with this Groupon.
- $59 for general admission for one to Eats & Beats on Saturday, February 22 ($99 value)<p>
Guests at the Moore Building in the heart of the Design District sample four floors of food and sweets from local restaurants such as Pride and Joy, Red: The Steakhouse, Meat Market, City Hall: The Restaurant, Nikki Beach, and others as they sip cocktails and wine. Eventgoers dance to the beats of music curated by DJ Irie, the official DJ of the Miami Heat, who has hand-selected a diverse ensemble of DJs to spin at the event and will even take the booth himself. This Food and Wine Week event will benefit the Irie Foundation, a nonprofit based in South Florida that helps underprivileged youths through education and extracurricular activities.<p>
Eats & Beats Food and Music Festival
"Imagine a perfect showcase of local culinary artistry paired with premium wines and spirits, minus the velvet rope." For the producers of Eats & Beats, this is their vision. For the participants of Eats & Beats, this will be their experience.
The food, drink, and music event, which is part of the Food and Wine Week, takes over four floors of The Moore Building in the heart of the Design District. Here, ticket-holders drift from floor to floor and table to table sampling signature dishes including barbecue, tacos, and sushi from local restaurants such as Pride and Joy, Red: The Steakhouse, Meat Market, City Hall: The Restaurant, and Nikki Beach. They can pair bites with libations courtesy of Jack Daniels Honey, Chambord Vodka, and Hierbas Ibicencas, and end their meals with cake, cookies, chocolate cake, and other delicacies from the dessert lounge.