Who: Drunken Dragon, South Beach’s first Korean barbecue restaurant, partners with the Greater Miami Convention & Visitors Bureau to celebrate the 16th annual Miami Spice Restaurant Program. Both visitors and residents can satisfy their pallets at this highly anticipated culinary experience for a reduced price. Drunken Dragon’s Korean dishes are influenced from all over Asia, courtesy of Executive Chef Xavier Torres (formerly of Miami’s The Dutch, Nobu and Zuma). Torres’ continued innovation translates from his many travels to places including Northern Europe, Italy, Japan, Northern Thailand, South Korea, Bali and Panama. A popular special item that is offered on the Miami Spice menu is a Smore’s dessert made from Valrhona dark chocolate ganache, burnt marshmallows and homemade graham crackers.

What: The restaurant celebrates this years Miami Spice with a four-course menu that features a variety of savory signature tastes and a sake pairing option to allow all to indulge in their chosen way. The tasting consists of diverse starters, entrees served with choice of rich or bachan, sides and desserts for just $39. The sake sommelier selection includes three 5oz. pours for an additional $15.

When: August 1-September 30, 2017 from 6PM to close.

Where:

Drunken Dragon

1424 Alton Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
305-397-8556

About Drunken Dragon:
Homecookin’ Hospitality Group’s Asian-inspired gastropub and cocktail bar is marked by a red neon “MARKET” sign. Upon entering, guests are welcomed with a dim sum cart hostess stand and walls decked out with heavy ropes and provocative
photography of Japanese bondage. In just three years, Drunken Dragon has become one of the favorite restaurants in Miami receiving multiple awards for its cuisine and design elements. The restaurant’s dishes are influenced from all over Asia, courtesy of Executive Chef Xavier Torres (formerly of Miami’s The Dutch, Nobu and Zuma). Torres’ continued innovation translates from his many travels to places including Northern Europe, Italy, Japan, Northern Thailand, South Korea, Bali and Panama. In addition to the Chef’s culinary expertise, the restaurant’s elaborate tiki-themed cocktail program brings mixology to a whole new level. Drunken Dragon is open 365 days a year and offers a daily happy hour from 6PM to 8PM.

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Information provided by Catrina Pacinelli, Drunken Dragon