Dinner hosted by Marc Forgione, Marc Murphy, Peter Boulukos and Gustavo Zuluaga
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Things to Know
All food and drink is included at this event.
Dress Code: Smart Casual
A polished yet relaxed look. Opt for slacks, button-down tops and dresses. Low heels or dressy flats optional.
21 years of age and older
Culinary fierceness times four! Marc Forgione is chef/owner of Restaurant Marc Forgione and Peasant and co-owner of Khe-Yo. He won season 3 of Food Network’s “The Next Iron Chef” at just 31, making him the youngest winner in the show’s history. And of course he’s known for his roles as judge on The Food Network’s highest rated hits – Chopped and Chopped Junior – as well as appearances on Guy’s Grocery Games, Beat Bobby Flay, Worst Cooks in America and The Kitchen. Peter Boulukos is the Co-Founder and Culinary Director of The Restaurant People (TRP) hospitality group which has developed, managed and operated more than 70 restaurants in South Florida, including its newest concept – Giselle Miami helmed by Executive Chef Gustavo Zuluaga located on the rooftop of E11EVEN in the heart of Miami’s downtown arts and entertainment District. These four culinary stars have magic up their sleeves and they will perform it high above beautiful Miami. Picture perfect deliciousness awaits!
Additional Event Information
Guests will be assigned seating prior to this event. We can only guarantee that tickets purchased within the same transaction will be seated together. If you would like to be seated with another guest(s) who purchased ticket(s) separately, please send your request via email to [email protected]. The Festival cannot guarantee the accommodation of specific dietary requirements (including preferences and allergies) at this event. Please contact us at [email protected] no later than two (2) weeks prior to this event to inquire if the venue and chefs can assist with your request.
100% of net proceeds from the Festival benefit students of the Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management at Florida International University who assist Festival organizers in all aspects, including Festival planning, logistics and overall execution.
To request materials in accessible format, register a service animal and or secure an accommodation, please contact FIU’s Office of Civil Rights Compliance and Accessibility (OCRCA) at 305.348.2785 or [email protected] at least two weeks in advance of the event or at the earliest possible opportunity.