Miami’s original family- friendly food festival, the Great Taste of the Grove Food & Wine Festival, is back and celebrating its 23rd year with a weekend of food, wine, music and fun for the whole family. On Saturday, Apr. 13, and Sunday, Apr. 14, from noon to 7 p.m., Coconut Grove’s picturesque Peacock Park will host the lively event, showcasing samplings from Miami’s best restaurants.
Unlike many food festivals that charge large entrance fees at the door, the Great Taste of the Grove remains budget-friendly for families. At only $10 for adults to get in and $5 for kids under 12 (free for kids under 3), attendees can sample tastes from nearly 20 restaurants in the three giant “Great Tasting Tents” for only $1-$8 per small plate
PARTICIPATING RESTAURANTS INCLUDE:
C&R Food Concepts
Jaguar Ceviche Spoon Bar & Latam Grill
Master C. CulinaryNew York Roma Pizza
Panorama at the Sonesta Hotel
Peacock Garden Café
Spartico at Mayfair Hotel & Spa
The Lot Bar & Lounge
Timo’s at Villa Mayfair
And more are being added.
While snacking and sipping throughout the festival, guests always look forward to the live performances on the Main Stage.
Saturday, Apr. 13, is all about “Tribute Concerts.” So, get ready to sing along as performers pay tribute to some of our favorite bands: Neil Zirconia (Neil Diamond), Turnstiles (Billy Joel), and Odyssey Road (Journey).
Sunday, Apr. 14, it’s a “Clash of the Decades” with local bands playing tunes from the ’40s to the ’90s with headliner Suenalo!
In addition to all the live music, there will be a Kids Fun Zone with rides and attractions dedicated to keeping the youngsters entertained.
For more information about this event, check the Facebook page, or visit the website at www.thegreattasteofthegrove.com
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