Food & Groove Returns to Gulfstream Park Village

Hallandale Beach Food & Groove: A Wine, Food and Art Experience will take over the park on Saturday, May 22

Hallandale Beach Food & Groove Festival, Images are courtesy of World Red Eye
Images are courtesy of World Red Eye

The Hallandale Beach Food & Groove: A Wine, Food and Art Experience will take over Gulfstream Park Village on Saturday, May 22, from 5 to 9 p.m. as part of the twentieth annual Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One (SOBEWFF).

The festival’s Hallandale Beach Event Series is a part of the Hallandale Beach Community Redevelopment Agency’s plan to promote the city’s food, arts and, entertainment, while also attracting international exposure to local participating restaurants. This is the second year in a row that the CRA is partnering with SOBEWFF to host the Hallandale Beach Event Series.

Hallandale Beach Food & Groove Festival, Images are courtesy of World Red EyeParticipating restaurants include Gulfstream Park Village’s own Belly Fish, Ten Palms, and Pastry is Art. Other local restaurant participants include: Akasaka Buffet & Restaurant, Moises Bakery, Crudos, Latin Fusion, Il Mercato, KAO Sushi & Grill, Ceviche Avenue, Icebox Café, D’s Delights, Marash Turkish Cuisine, Nana’s Food for You, Chef Holmes Smokin Bones, La Estancia Argentina, Boost E&V Juice Bar, Urban Thai & Sushi, Dunns River Island Café, Dr. Limon, El Tayta, Wapo Taco, See Thai, Le Bon Jan Haitian Restaurant, El Tamarindo Coal Fired Pizza & Bar, and Padrino’s Cuban Restaurant. 

The evening of outdoor fun, wine, food, art, live music, and entertainment at Gulfstream Park Village’s Pegasus Park will be hosted by 101.5 Lite FM’s Those 2 Girls in the Morning, Julie Guy and Tamara G. Guests can watch the sunset while enjoying refreshing libations from the Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits portfolio.

All net proceeds from the Festival benefit the Chaplin School of Hospitality & Tourism Management students at Florida International University. Each year, over 1,200 student volunteers help organize all aspects of the event, including planning, logistics, and overall execution.    

Tickets cost $50 and can be purchased here. The event will also follow the Festival’s COVID-19 Health & Safety Protocols.

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