-More than 5,000 people attended the festival
-This year the festival unveiled the kids zone which was a hit among the young guests
– The festival was an event for the whole family
Miami, FL (November 6, 2017) -The Doral Food and Wine Festival, wrapped up its second year on a bigger scale this time at a new location, Doral Central Park. This year the festival had a grand tasting pavilion which featured over 30 restaurants from Doral and South Florida. It also had a wine and spirits pavilion which featured over 20 brands like Ron Abuelo, Marquez de Riscal, 1865, Real Sangria, Jack Daniels, Pisco 100, and Stella Artois among others. It had culinary and mixology demonstrations, live music, interactive retail displays and a kid’s zone. Guests traveled from booth to booth and enjoyed UNLIMITED sample-size bites from the city’s best restaurants, savoring a wide range of flavors from a variety of countries around the globe such as, American fare, Italy, Japan, Peru and Mexican among others.
The Doral Food and Wine Festival, a pioneering culinary event in the City of Doral had an incredible success with over 5,000 guests during the two-day festival. Support from this event will assist in funding research and educational programming for the St. Jude Children’s Hospital.
Guests enjoyed interactive retail displays and experiences from sponsors like Banco Mercantil, Avianca, CineBistro and Buchanans. This year the festival unveiled the DORAL FOOD, KIDS & FUN FESTIVAL Zone which included fun activities including, a bounce house, cooking and baking demonstrations, food tasting from places like Sloan’s Ice Cream, Chic-Fil-Ato name a few. Chef Mandarina and Rita Rosa entertained kids by teaching them how to cook and Color Me Mine provided fun coloring activities for the young guests.
This year’s Festival featured an array of musical performances and was hosted by Alexandra Pomales, actress from the soap opera “Silvana Sin Lana” and
Carlos Adyan from Telemundo 51 morning news. They presented all of the bands that performed like Kerreke, Vanessa Wong, Mirella Cesa, Carlos Peña big band, Jeff Grainer, Jose Soto and AliCastro to name a few.
This year the Demo Kitchen welcomed once more chef Cielito Rosado, Puerto Rican chef, food festival coordinator and food writer. Chefs like Raoul Valle from The Greenwave Café, Javier Florez from Aromas del Peru, Jesse Erwell from Cinebistro, Maximilian Kamakura from Sokai and Julio Martinez from Brimstone Woodfire Grill among shared the stage to show their special creations for attendees at the two day festival.