The Zoological Society of Florida and Zoo Miami, 12400 SW 152 St., are hosting Feast With the Beasts on Mar. 7 to celebrate wildlife and tantalize your palates with tastes of the most extraordinary dishes created by some of South Florida’s most renowned fine food establishments.
Proudly presented by Ryder, Feast With the Beasts will help support the Zoological Society of Florida’s wildlife education and conservation programs on behalf of Zoo Miami.
Between the hours of 8 p.m. and midnight, Feast With the Beasts returns in its 21st year as one of the best events in town featuring tastes from 40 local restaurants and caterers, full open bars, wild animal encounters, live entertainment, and complimentary valet parking.
To date, some of the featured restaurants and caterers that will be present include: Blue Martini, Chef Adrianne’s, China Grill, Kitchen 305, Ruth’s Chris Steak House, Shake Shack, Shula’s 347 Grill, Bonefish Grill, Delicious Catering Services Inc., Fit2Go, Crave, Sidewalk Salads, Devon Seafood & Steak, Ortanique on the Mile, Badia, The Oceanaire, Taverna Opa, Dave and Busters, Taste of the Wild, Mango Café at Fruit & Spice Park, Biscayne Tavern, Pollo Tropical, Crepe Maker, and more. Dessert providers include:Blue Bell Creameries, Misha’s Cupcakes, and World Famous Bassetts Ice Cream.
After all of the wining and dining, every guest is invited to burn off the calories at Ron Magill’s Spectacular Dance Party from 10 p.m. until midnight at the Main Stage with live entertainment by Jon Saxx and Endless Possibilities, and the hottest deejay in town playing the latest tunes.
Admission tickets to Feast With the Beasts are available for $175 and VIP Cocktail Reception tickets that include admission to the main event are $225. VIP cocktail reception is at 7 p.m. Beastkeeper Passports are $500 and include the above plus access to the exclusive Beastkeeper lounge sponsored by Bacardi USA. Safari chic attire is encouraged.
Those planning on attending should make reservations. Sponsorship packages also are available. Visit www.fwtb.org or call 305-255-5551 to purchase tickets or for more information.
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