I am very happy that I was able to attend the Dishcrawl Miami’s Battledish. For those of you who are unfamiliar with Dishcrawl or Battledish, shame on you (ha!). A Dishcrawl is an event where you sample dishes from a collection of restaurants for a set price (very similar in essence to my birthday event this year). Battledish takes the concept a step further. You are asked to vote on your favorite dishes in categories like “Most Authentic” or “Best Drink”.
Due to timing issues, I was only able to visit 3 of the six competing restaurants. I chose the DiLido Beach Club at the Ritz Carlton, the Terrazza at the Shore Club, and the Social Club at the Surfcomber. Though I took pictures at all three, only one of them gave me an experience worth sharing… the DiLido Beach Club. Continue reading KLife: @DishcrawlMiami’s #BattleDish Competition →
It’s been suggested that I add a bit of my real life into the blog. I haven’t done this before mostly because I didn’t think that anyone would be interested but I guess we shall see. I have had an extremely busy week which is why I haven’t given you my latest Plenty of Fish update. There has been some activity on that front but I will be writing all about that tomorrow from my trusty Starbucks.
So I wanted to share the amazing experience I had last night at the Dark Dining Eyes Wide Shut Masquerade ball. Thanks to the power of Instagram and the event’s amazing team, my friend Rissa and I were given the VIP treatment last night.
Before I get into the delicious food and entertainment, let me tell you about the best part of the night. A portion of the proceeds raised through ticket sales will be donated to Make It Count, Chef Adrianne’s foundation, which benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. I don’t know the totals right now but I can say there was a packed house paying $150-250 dollars a pop.
From the moment that I walked in, my senses were on high alert. From the first sip of champagne, you knew you were entering into a night of decadence and luxury. There were beautiful women lit by candlelight… and beautiful women wearing candlelight. We were greeted with tuxedo clad little men passing out roses and delectable mini bites of food. Reality was suspended as mermaids swam in the pool. That was just the cocktail hour. The night’s events continued with an amazing mix of live performers, dancers, and other specialty acts. Flame throwing belly dancers heated up the party. Women turned their bodies into canvas. And of course any night including an androgynous (leaning toward lezzie) burlesque show is a win in my book IJS.
Let’s get into the food… you know I am all about the grub (yes I can call it grub even if I ate in in a gown). There were several stations of food but my favorite had to be the beef served with a cornbread mash of sorts (I will try to update the post with the fru fru names of the food later). It was delicious. It felt like home.
Shout out to LIttle Black Dress Vodka for being the sugar in my tea… or maybe the tea with cranberry juice as the sugar. My powers of analogy are lacking today.
All in all it was an amazing night, I can’t wait to tell you all about Chef Adrianne’s restaurant, especially since it is right by the house.
Champagne Served Right
Flawless in Flames
She is Serving Mermaid Realness
Yes I glasses on… I couldn’t see
Serving up the FLAVOR
AMAZING beef in cornbread mash
Delicious Sauteed Shrimp in an even better sauce
Body Paint anyone?
A whole new level of workout
In my head this was a private show
As always the pix were taken with my trusty Samsung Galaxy S4. I promise to learn how to take better pictures with it. *heading to Youtube*
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