In Honor of Earth Day on Saturday, April 22, 2017
In celebration of Earth Day on Saturday April 22, 2017, American Harvest, the fast-casual dining destination by Grove Bay Hospitality Group located at Brickell City Centre, will be doing their part in providing a sustainable environment by donating 10% of the day’s sales to Slow Food Miami.
Slow Food Miami is the local, 100% volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to “planting a fresher future for our children,” by supporting local growers and artisan food makers who use sustainable methods to provide good, clean and fair food for all in the local community. Event proceeds from their annual Snail of Approval Awards go towards building Edible School & Community Gardens that encourage the enjoyment of local, seasonal and sustainably grown food.
Shoppers are encouraged to dine at American Harvest and contribute to the slow food movement at the same time. Delectable menu highlights include the Rotisserie Chicken Skillet – cage-free, all natural, hormone and antibiotic free chicken quarter with chimichurri vinaigrette served with roasted sweet potatoes, mushroom, bacon and scallions; Blue’s Steak Tacos – Myers all-natural, grass fed, free range steak, organic GMO-free blue corn tortillas, caramelized shallots, chimichurri vinaigrette, avocado and fresh cilantro; and Spicy Thai Salad – hydroponic butter lettuce cups, red grapes, baby heirloom tomatoes, edamame, fresh cilantro and shaved red onion drizzled with a spicy Thai vinaigrette.
American Harvest is located at 701 South Miami Avenue, Suite 340 in Miami’s Brickell City Centre. Open daily 11AM to 9:30PM.
About Grove Bay Hospitality Group
Founded in 2010, Grove Bay Hospitality Group owns and operates restaurants, in addition to being a boutique consulting firm. Based in Miami, Florida, Grove Bay aspires to enhance the lives of its guests, employees, communities and investors as a restaurant industry leader by developing innovative, memorable and highly successful restaurant concepts. In March 2016, Grove Bay opened Glass & Vine – their first restaurant concept helmed by Giorgio Rapicavoli – as the first phase of Coconut Grove’s renaissance. The dynamic hospitality group has a repertoire of restaurants and retail projects in the works, including Stiltsville Fish Bar in Sunset Harbour alongside famed duo Jeff McInnis and Janine Booth, as well as Big Easy Winebar & Grill and American Harvest in the new Brickell City Centre. The homegrown restaurant company is also planning an ambitious multi-restaurant and retail project, The Harbour, in Coconut Grove, slated to begin in 2017. Additional locations of American Harvest are also in the works.
Grove Bay Hospitality Group
About Slow Food Miami
Slow Food Miami is a local 100% volunteer non-profit organization dedicated to “planting a fresher future for our children.” It’s the local chapter of Slow Food USA, a national non-profit dedicated to supporting good, clean and fair food for all that supports our local communities from the ground up – from the Edible School & Community Gardens that encourage the enjoyment of local, seasonal and sustainably grown food, to the local growers and artisan food makers who use sustainable methods. Slow Food Miami supports its Edible School & Community Garden Program through culinary educational events and fundraising, and aims to raise awareness for good, clean and fair food as a cornerstone of pleasure, culture and community.
Slow Food Miami
Information provided by Brustman Carrino Public Relations