S.Pellegrino’s Destination Dining is giving Miami residents the chance to eat from Argentina, Panama, Perú, Brazil this month. The second annual event series hopes to connect diners with different culinary and cultural experiences, by collaborating with various restaurants in Miami and internationally, bringing new customers and new tastes!
S.Pellegrino has partnered with restaurants in both Miami and Latin America to put on this event to display some of each cities iconic dishes. This multi-city and country culinary exchange brings an experience like no other, by supporting local neighborhood restaurants while also experiencing dishes from miles away.
This is important now more than ever as traveling has been limited and individuals have not been able to explore their palette and taste new cultures. These temporary new menu items will give diners the opportunity to step out of their comfort zone and try a new style of cuisine.
In addition to indulging in delicious cuisine and new cultural experiences, all diners ordering one of the special menu items will receive a complimentary 750mL bottle of S.Pellegrino Sparkling Natural Mineral Water.
Starting August 13, restaurants and chefs at participating restaurants will trade dishes each week. The dishes will be available for in-person dining, takeout and some even delivery, but be sure to make a reservation if you’re looking for in-person!
August 13 through 20, Chef Michelle Bernstein of Café La Trova in Miami will collaborate with Chef Tomas Kalika of Mishiguene in Argentina.
August 20 through 27, Chef Nando and Valerie Chang of Itamae in Miami will collaborate with Chef Mario Castrellon of Maito in Panama.
August 27 through September 3 Chef Andrea Marchesin of Toscana Divino in Miami will collaborate with Chef Renzo Garibaldi of Osso in Perú.
September 3 through 10 Chef Diego Oka of La Mar in Miami will collaborate with Chef Manoella Buffara of Manu in Brazil.
Following the Miami restaurant collaborations, Destination Dining heads to Chicago, New York and Los Angeles to continue making cultural and culinary experiences.