South Beach Seafood Festival

March 30th, 2016 by

seafoodThe South Beach Seafood Festival is back, and after last year’s huge success, this event has some big shells to fill. Celebrating the many delicious seafood dishes around Miami Beach as well as the annual Stone Crab season, this four-day festival promises to be the best one yet.

To make sure that you don’t miss a single bite of the action, we’ve put together an ultimate guide to the South Beach Seafood Festival with everything you need to know about the event. So grab your claw crackers and crab bibs and let’s get started.

Key Details

When: Saturday, October 24

Time:1 to 9 pm

Where:Lummus Park, Ocean Drive

South Beach Seafood Festival Featured Eats

seafoodcollageThis year, at the 3rd Annual South Beach Food Festival, you’ll be treated to 15 top restaurants serving some of the most delicious seafood dishes that have ever graced your palate. You’ll experience the freshest stone crabs, mouthwatering lobster tempura, oyster shooters, and much more. Among the restaurants participating are Joe’s Stone Crab, Red the Steakhouse, Drunken Dragon, Poseidon, and Red Fish Grill.

For a full list of participating restaurants, visit the South Beach Seafood Festival website.

Seafood Festival Ticket Information

There are a number of ticket options to meet your desired level of participation. The Open Bar–Festival Access ticket will run you about $35. With this pass, you’ll be able to enjoy an all-day open bar.

The Feast With Me +3 package is available for about $90 and grants you festival access for you and three friends for the price of only three admissions. This also includes access to the open bar for the entire day.

The Open Bar–VIP All Access ticket is your first VIP-level pass option. Not only do you get all-day access to the open bar, but you’ll also be able to visit the GOYA Culinary Pavilion at the Warren Henry Hospitality Village. There you’ll be treated to an all-day party with a private DJ, live cooking demos, MYO Interactive Cocktails bars, and exclusive access to Joe’s Stone Crabs and Smith & Wollensky.

With this ticket, you’ll also get a speed pass that allows you to jump ahead of any main-area restaurant line. Finally, VIP All Access ticket holders will receive exclusive access to the Heineken Light Sports Part and Chill Zone where there will be a special college football watching party.

The final ticket option is a 2-Day All-Access Pass that, for around $200, provides you with the ultimate VIP experience. You’ll get access to the Chef Showdown the day before the event as well as the festival, enjoy open bar on both days, and get all of the benefits as the VIP All Access ticket holders.

Kids under 10 will received complimentary admission when accompanied by a ticket-holding parent or guardian.

What Are You Waiting For?

The sooner you buy your tickets, the cheaper they’ll be, so stop procrastinating and visit the festival website today!

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