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Get A Taste Of The Caribbean In Miami

If you love music and food, listen up. Caribbean 305 is culinary event that will feature chefs and mixologist from over a dozen Caribbean countries. All showcasing cuisine from their respective island that guest can feast on all night.

"Caribbean 305 is really our invitation to the South Florida community to celebrate this wonderful culture with us. We have national teams from 14 different Caribbean destinations here in Miami to compete against each other for regional honors at a culinary competition called "Taste Of The Caribbean". And because we have such an amazing collection of young rising, up and coming stars in the culinary space from around the region we decided to make it a consumer event on Saturday night," said Matthew Cooper, Chief Marketing Officer for Caribbean Hotel & Tourism Association.

Caribbean 305 is going down next Saturday at the MANA Convention Center in Wynwood. Along with delicious food and drinks, there will be live entertainment throughout the night.

"Moca Jambeatz from USBI, Carnival dancers from Barbados, we have Willie Stewart and Friends, we have a DJ from Barbados called 'Dj Storm', and some other special guests who going to move the night along," said Cooper.

This is the events third year, but every year is a different experience.

"We have more destinations than ever represented.  We also have a steel-pan orchestra from Lauderhill coming. They've actually won top honors in their contents. In addition, we also have a pig roast during the day as well in support of the U.S. Meat Export Federation that gives us all of our pork products that we use in our competition.  We've got a pig roast, we have more entertainment, more food, more people, and a brand new venue for us. So we expect great things," said Cooper.

For more tickets and more information head to Caribbean305.com

 

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