The 2nd Annual Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival March 24 & 25 in Brickell Miami!

Official Info:
What is The 2nd Annual Miami Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival?
The Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival is Produced by Cynthia Bettner of Events Connection Promotions & Marketing. The next Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival will be held March 24 & 25, 2012 from noon-10pm (1201 Brickell Bay Dr.). The Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival is a community outreach event that will provide a live concert, food & wine tastings, kids zone, art exhibition, exhibitors, and much much more. A portion of the 2012 festival proceeds benefits Kristi House.

When/Where will it take place?
The Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival will take place March 24 & 25, 2012 from noon-10pm @ 1201 Brickell Bay Dr.

What restaurants are involved?
See Participating Restaurants on the website HERE

What kind of wine will be served?
The International Wine Garden will be a sponsored area for all attendees offering select foods and wines from participating restaurants and wine vendors.
The International Wine Garden will feature various hand-selected wines from a variety of regions including California, France, Chile, Argentina, and Italy.
Flights range from $3.00 to $8.00 per glass and can be purchased via $1 food/drink tickets, and/or with the purchase of a VIP Pass for select offerings.

Will there be parking?
Parking is limited, so we highly encourage those that can walk to the Festival to please do so.
The Nearest metro mover station is on 14th Street & Brickell Avenue (2 blocks and less than 5 minute walk)
Garages are located at the following locations and are subject to availability.
1221 Brickell Avenue
1200 Brickell Avenue
1428 Brickell Avenue

Are children and pets allowed?
We will have a Kids Zone, so yes, kids are allowed entry. Parents or a guardian must accompany children 13 and under.
Kids zone has children’s activities for kids of all ages. There will be free children’s activities.
We are sorry no pets are allowed, except for handicapped individuals with therapy assist dogs. We love pets, but unfortunately due to insurance restrictions and being a food event you’ll have to leave your pets @ home..

How much is admission?
$5.00 – (General Admission)
$100 -1 day VIP Pass & $175 2 day VIP Pass available
$1.00 – Food/Drink Tickets will be sold on site for use towards food/drink purchases.
Tickets can be purchased Here:

What is the difference between General Admission and VIP?
General Admission will give your access to the Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival grounds.
VIP Tickets will allow in and out access to the Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival grounds, as well as the VIP Area.
VIP Tickets can be purchased online HERE

Who are the sponsors?
We have an incredible group of businesses, restaurants, and individuals that are helping make The 2nd Annual Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival happen. Take a minute, check out their websites, businesses, stores, and offerings. Help Support our Sponsors!

How can I volunteer my services?
We’re looking for volunteers! Please call Cindy @ 786-355-4800

Can my company become a sponsor?
Hopefully! For sponsorship information please contact Cindy @ 786-355-4800 or fill out our contact page on the website.

Will more restaurants be represented?
We are currently seeking Brickell area restaurants to participate in the next Taste of Brickell Food & Wine Festival.

How do I request media credentials?
For media credential requests please contact Cindy @ 786-355-4800 or fill out our contact page on the website.


Cindy @ 786-355-4800

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  • Linda

    My husband and I went to the Brickell food and wine event on Sunday and were hugely disappointed! The venue was horrific ( it was on an open field with SOME grass, there was mostly dirt which you can only imagine as it was an extremely windy day). The VIP tents were a joke!!! The food in the VIP tent did not make you want to go back and try anything a second time. The VIP wine and beer tasting tent, I don’t know what you call only being able to sample two beers ( not very much of a sampling if I may say so).Upon entering we were given 10 $1.00 tickets each to be able to purchase food outside of the  tents. Some of the vendors on the outside should have been in the VIP area. It must have been embarrassing for them to be even put in the same category as most of the vendors there.
    Like I said earlier, it was a very windy day. There were tables with umbrellas that flipped over a few times with people sitting (did no one bother to look at the weather to better prepare for the event?). I will never go back to this event. It is a shame because when you think of Brickell you think of a posh area with very promising venues and restaurants that have really great food as well as their chefs. Maybe the Brickell food and wine event committee should reconsider who they actually put in charge of heading this event because whoever it was did a really poor job in representing their committee as well as this lovely city.

  • Iraiivera

    This was the worse festival ever. It was not worth $50 or $ 100 in the VIP section. People were up-set at the lines and the poor quality of the food offered. If you wanted to eat anything decent you had to pay additionally. It was very very dissappointing. I will never recommend this festival to anyone in the community. Save your money and go to a restaurant instead. Also one of the vendors was stremely rude when I asked if I can had an additional cup of his juice he told me he could not give me one, that if interested he can meet me at my business and further discuss the product.  All of my friends were discusted…

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