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It’s that time again to make your reservations for this season’s Dinner in Paradise. The series of gourmet dinners at Paradise Farms sells out fairly quickly, and for good reason. Each event features the finest chefs in Miami preparing a delicious five course meal made with local organic products (most grown at Paradise Farms) and paired with fine wines. The magic and charm of the lush edible landscape creates a uniquely intimate dining experience under the stars.

“Each year, we donate proceeds to a local charity or organization philosophically in line with our vision of sustainable, healing, and healthy organic food,” said owner/farmer Gabriele Marewski. “This year we are sponsoring Urban Greenworks, and Slow Food Miami.”

Arrive at 5:00 pm for a cocktail reception and farm tour, followed by dinner at 6:00 pm. After March 10th, the cocktail reception starts at 6:00pm and dinner at 7:00 pm. Dress is upscale casual.

Each dinner is $165.00 per person + tax and processing.

Reservations are required, and can be made and paid for online. The cutoff is noon on the Friday before the dinner, as the farm crew harvests accordingly. Please inform the farm of any allergies at least 48 hours prior to the event so that the chefs can accommodate you.

Paradise Farms Organic is only open to the public during these special events.

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Sunday April 29, 2012
Cocktail reception at 6:00 pm
Dinner at 7:00 pm

Chefs:
Sergio Sigalia (Cecconi’s)
Paula DaSilva (1500˚ at Eden Roc)
Thorsten Leighty (Eden Roc)

Enjoy the last Dinner in Paradise of the season!  Paradise Farms hosts a five course meal prepared by local celebrity chefs in the same beautiful natural setting where the fresh ingredients are grown, for a truly unique artisanal dining experience in a lush tropical setting.

Tickets are $165 + tax and processing per person. Online reservations are required, no later than Saturday 12 noon. Dress is upscale casual.

For more information email Info@paradisefarms.net or call 305.248.4181

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A special Dinner in Paradise
to benefit Slow Food Miami
Edible School Gardens.

Saturday Feb. 11, 2012
5:00 pm – Reception
5:30 pm – Farm Tour
6:00 pm – Five Course Dinner

Featuring fresh local seafood and fresh harvest from the farm
prepared by Chef Kira Volz of Broadwings Catering, along with Chefs Christopher Siragusa and Rebecca Kleinman.

Purchase farm dinner tickets here.

If you prefer not to drive to the farm yourself, Park Ride and Sip on a luxury coach, while the Square One Organic Vodka mixologist prepares seasonal cocktails to sip on the way to the farm. $30 roundtrip ticket includes parking. Coach departs at 4:00 pm from St. Stephens parking lot in Coconut Grove.

Purchase Slow Love bus tickets here.

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The new schedule for the next Dinner in Paradise has been released. Dinners are very popular and do sell out quickly, so don’t wait to buy your tickets…

Join us for another stellar season with Miami’s best chefs preparing a delicious five course meal made with local organic products and paired with fine wines. The magic and charm of our lush edible landscape coupled with the finest chefs creates a uniquely intimate dining experience under the stars. Each year, we donate proceeds to a local charity or organization philosophically in line with our vision of sustainable, healing, and healthy organic food. This year we are sponsoring Youth L.E.A.D., Slow Food Miami, and Troy Community Academy.

Youth L.E.A.D seeks to educate and empower young people to adopt healthy, sustainable behaviors and advocate for food & environmental justice in their schools and communities.  Slow Food Miami is an all volunteer run organization that works to implement local school and community gardens. Troy Academy Community serves a total of 60 youths between the ages of 13 and 18 who are failing in traditional school settings and are involved in the juvenile justice system. They give hands on learning approaches to provide positive alternatives and futures for at risk youth.

Guests arrive at 5:00pm for cocktail reception and farm tour, followed by dinner at 6:00pm. (Dinners starting March 11 and after: cocktail reception at 6:00pm and dinner at 7:00pm)

Each dinner is $165.00 per person + tax and processing. Reservations are required. Make reservations and pay online at the Paradise Farms website.

December 11th

Loews Hotel Miami Beach/ Chefs Fredrick Delaire & Jason Prevatt
Azul at the Mandarin Oriental/Chef Joel Huff
Daniel Ganem/Kane Steakhouse

January 8th

The Forge/Chef Dewey LaSossa
River Oyster Bar/Chef David Bracha
Sugarcane/Chef Timon Balloo

March 11th

Meat Market/Chef Sean Brasel
Sushi Samba/ Michael Bloise
Area 31 at the Epic Hotel/Chef Michael Reidt

March 25tth, Theme: Spontaneity

Michael’s Genuine/Chef Michael Schwartz
BLT Steak at The Betsy/Chef Sam Gorenstein
Essensia at The Palms Hotel/Chef Frank Jeannetti

April 15th, Theme: Seafood

Lido Restaurant at The Standard/Chef Mark Zeitouni
Sra Martinez/Chef Michelle Bernstein
Hedy Goldsmith/Michael’s Genuine

April 29th

Cecconi’s/Chef Sergio Sigala
1500°/Chef Paula DeSilva
Eden Roc/Chef Thorsten Leighty

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The new season of the legendary Dinner in Paradise series opens Sunday, Dec 12th.  Each dinner features hors d’oeuvres, a sunset tour of Paradise Farm, and a five-course menu prepared by an all-star line up of some of the best chefs in town.

The first dinner features the talents of four chefs — Chef Timon Balloo from Sugarcane, Chef David Bracha from The River Seafood and Oyster Bar, Chef Jason Prevatt from the Loews Hotel, and Chef Frederic Delaire from several Michelin rated French restaurants. World class wines will be paired by Sommelier Shari Gherman.

A portion of the proceeds this season will be donated to the non-profit organization Urban Oasis Project. Members and volunteers plant food gardens in underprivileged neighborhoods, and operate the brand new Liberty City Farmers Market.

To purchase Dinner tickets online, go to the Paradise Farms site.

To make donations to the Urban Oasis Project, click here.

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