Join United Community Options of South Florida (UCO of South Florida), formerly United Cerebral Palsy of South Florida for an evening of fine dining at the 7th Annual Buen Provecho Miami! hosted by Jorge & Darlene Perez at the Hotel Colonnade in Coral Gables on Thursday, February 21st 2019 from 6:30 PM – 9:30 PM. All proceeds from this event will benefit UCO of South Florida.

Four talented chefs will unite to collaborate and create a unique and elegant dining experience. Each chef will prepare and present a dish paired with wine, provided by Republic National Distributing Company, and an opportunity to meet and greet with the chefs once all courses have been served. Complimentary valet, live entertainment and a silent auction featuring many exciting items will be part of the fun throughout the evening.

Presenting chefs/restaurants will be:

Executive Chef Michael Beltran, Ariete Executive Chef Cesar Zapata, Phuc Yea Executive Chef Christina Coupet, Estefan Kitchen Executive Chef Harol Ortiz, Hotel Colonnade Morton’s The Steakhouse La Taberna Giralda AmericanSocial Brickell.

Special thanks to our sponsors: Republic National Distributing Company; The Related Group; Fortune International Group; Badia Spices; Pioneer Roofing; Estefan Enterprises; Bentley Miami; Computer Guyz; SunTrust Bank; The GEO Group; Baptist Health South Florida; Greenspoon Marder; Popular Community Bank; Univision 23 Miami; Ocean Drive Magazine; iHeart Media; Gort Productions, among many others. For more information about this event and how you can become a part of it, please contact David Perez at 305-325-9018 or by email at: [email protected]

To learn more about UCO’s programs and services, please visit us online at www.unitedcommunityoptionssfl.org.

United Community Options of South Florida serves more than 1,500 infants, children and adults with developmental disabilities throughout Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach & Mid-Coast Counties. In addition to cerebral palsy, adults and children with conditions such as mental retardation, Down syndrome, autism, spina bifida, prematurity, hearing and speech delay are enrolled in programs at UCO.