Paradise Farms Launches Dinner in Paradise This Sunday

Laine Doss
Every dinner we eat in Miami is arguably a dinner in paradise. Seriously, how lucky are we? But if you really want to make the most of the tropical wonderland we live in, Paradise Farms' Dinner in Paradise series is an edible introduction to our own backyard.

The seasonal supper series kicks off its annual run this Sunday, November 17th, with a five-course meal from the trio of Jamie DeRosa of Tongue & Cheek; Todd Erickson of HaVen, and Lauren DeShields of Market 17. Think organic eats, fine wines, and a starry night sky above.

See also: Tequila on the Farm: The Forge's Dewey LoSasso Makes Dinner in Paradise

Guests of the evening affair will be greeted by Paradise Farm's Gabriele Marewski, who'll discuss her organic farming practices and methods. Diners will also enjoy a farm tour and reception.

Future dinners on schedule for the season will sample food from Philippe Reynaud of Ocean Reef, Dewey LoSasso of The Forge, and Giorgio Rapicavoli of Eating House -- plus lots of other chef all-stars. The dinners will run every Sunday until April.

The evening kicks off at 5 p.m. at Paradise Farms with an appetizer reception followed by a farm tour and dinner at 6 p.m. Reservations are required; dinner is priced at $165.50 per person, which includes gratuity but not tax or processing. Check out the Paradise Farms website for more info.

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Paradise Farms

19801 SW 320th St., Homestead, FL

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"Every dinner we eat in Miami is arguably a dinner in paradise. Seriously, how lucky are we?"

OMG, like, sooo lucky. Please, please shut up. You sound like you just got off the plane 5 minutes ago. (Maybe you did - and if you did, why would I take any food-related advice from some silly little girl who just arrived in this city who has no clue about anything?)

Get over it.  Its just another city with plenty of negatives to go with the positives.  No need to be so awe-struck.  Keep that in mind for your future writing because its a common theme in your juvenile prose.

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