The Creole Food Festival will feature an all-women lineup.
The foods we eat reveal the rich cultural variety that informs and shapes who we are. The yearly Creole Food Festival adds to this experience by presenting the best creole chefs, food, and drinks from Africa, the Caribbean, the American South, Latin America, and South America.
While Miami has many places to enjoy soul food, this event is the ultimate celebration for foodies everywhere. It is scheduled for 3 pm to 8 pm on March 18, at the Old Spanish Monastery located at 16711 West Dixie Highway in North Miami Beach.
What to expect from this year’s festival
Fabrice Armand and Elkair Balla started the Creole Food Festival in NYC in 2018 with the goal of bringing together the state's best chefs and finest Creole cuisine via a common theme of culinary brilliance. This festival is a celebration of all things culinary, with a lineup of up-and-coming chefs, beverage experts, and bartenders serving distinctive NYCCFF beverages, delectable meals, cooking demonstrations, tourist boards, and more.
Activities and attractions
The immersive installations include food tasting, exotic beverages, and culinary demonstrations, musical performances, a native chef village, and activities for the whole family. Each general admission ticket comes with 2 tasting tickets, cash bar privileges, and the opportunity to listen to live festival DJs playing Creole, Latin, and African music. The event also offers VIP seating.
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