Grovetoberfest

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2820 McFarlane Rd., Miami, FL 33133 2820 McFarlane Rd., Miami Directions
+13054612700
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For a chance to see more than your worldview, see the cultural exhibitions at Grovetoberfest's organization in Miami. Here you can expand your horizons and treat yourself a cultural experience that you are sure to enjoy.

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Report | 6 months ago
Worst beer festival I've been to yet. Unorganized and chaotic are the only ways to describe this event. I guess they oversold the event or didn't order enough merchandise, but we didn't even get the souvenir cup I paid for. By the time we left the event they had run out of these souvenir glasses and tried to give us free passes into the next day. Beyond lame. I've been to better.
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Report | 6 months ago
Unlimited beer!!!! Why didnt i think of this? A bunch of heavy duty misting fans would have been great Cant wait till next time
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Report | 6 months ago
Well organized, safe event.
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Report | 6 months ago
The Grillin' and Chillin' event was not as I expected. I love the concept: bbq all day, family day, food and alcohol, live music, entertainment for kids. But get there super EARLY! Because the very reason why we went there was to have bbqs (and we came from down south), and it was the one thing we didn't have. The lines were just way too long. Two hours on one vendor? That's pretty insane. Perhaps splitting the same vendors in two different booths at two different part of the event will help alleviate the overcrowding. Thanks.
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Report | 6 months ago
not well planned...they should work on the logistics in regards to the amount of people expected and the providers ... example: lots of kids and only 1 lady painting their faces that was taking forever with each child. The food people ran out of ribs at around 3:30pm and the event was until 7pm
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Report | 6 months ago
VERY POORLY PUT TOGETHER EVENT
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It was fun and it was worth it, but they ran out of backpacks, so always get there early if you want any swag.
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Report | 6 months ago
This made for a nice family outing. The food choices were phenomenal, from arepas to shark empanadas, Greek burgers to dairy free ice cream cookie sandwiches. The only complaint I have is they offered face painting and only had 1 individual there to do it. I stood in line for an hour and had to deal with parents trying to let their children skip the line so they would not have to wait.
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Do not expect to get what you paid for! The Beer Socialite ticket included a backpack & Souvenir pint glass- but what they do not tell you is once they run out of either, that is it and you have lost out! Meaning- if there are no more bags you walk away without one, same goes for the glass! Knowing that they have sold X amount of tickets they should have enough bags/glasses to compensate for each ticket sold! The event it self was entertaining, although the set up this year was quite poor and way too crowded for the space allotted. The Sprung fest in Coconut Grove the year before was better planned and set up so I assume they will work out the "Kinks" for years to come..... Over all I was disappointed & ultimately left early.
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Report | 6 months ago
Too crowded, picture misleading (it actually take place on concrete floor in a bad part of town) and nobody gave us any info about the beers we were tasting.
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