The 2021 South Beach Seafood Fest, welcomed schools of seafoodies on Saturday, October 23rd to enjoy a hand-picked list of Miami’s top culinary destinations. Pop up cafes offered savory dishes while guests enjoyed complimentary drinks from Jack Daniels, at the Jack Daniels Frozen Jack & Coke truck. Collective shouts of "Salud!," rang from the Pacifico Beach Club, serving refreshing pilsner styled lagers. Other's played and partied like glampers with High Noon and indulged in to the best of GOYA Foods and, kept themselves refreshed at each of the incredible activations.
The GOYA Foods Culinary Pavilion delivered endless entertainment with DJs, lounges and even Carnaval surprises – a crowd favorite! VIP Guests enjoyed their ever-flowing hospitality village hosted by by Oshēn Salmon, Bogle Vineyards, Castello del Poggio, Rabble, Papa’s Raw Bar, and more. The drinks were flowing thanks to Jack Daniel’s and Bodega’s pop up with Tequila Herradura.
This year’s festival included everyone's favorite beach games and comfortable lounges, while Milam’s Markets Culinary Showcase Kitchen educated audiences and tantalized their pallets with sweets from Jealous Fork, Cielito Artisan Pops, and Wynwood Parlor.
Guests savored favorites from South Florida staples and newbies to the South Florida food scene. Restaurants that participated; A Fish Called Avalon, Cafe Avanti, CJ’s Crab Shack, Kosushi, Lobster Shack, Pubbelly Sushi, Red the Steakhouse, Tanuki, Ella’s Oyster Bar, Café Bernie, and Tacos & Tattoos, handed mouth watering samples keeping visitors returning for more. The main stage was bumping all day as guests jammed and the sun set on yet another succesful year on the sands of South Beach!
Many thanks to all of the guests, restaurants, sponsors, including the City of Miami Beach a for helping bring the festival back for 2021. Be sure to mark your calendars for October 18-22, 2022 – South Beacg Seafood Fest will sea you on the sand next year!
For more information, visit www.sobeseafoodfest.com.