This week, Michelle Bernstein takes over the kitchen at Plant Miami, Michael Beltran joins chef Gabriel Fenton at Bourbon Steak, Jackson Hall offers free lunch to 100 customers, and chef Allen Susser hosts a sustainable seafood dinner with chefs Michael Schwartz, Aaron Brooks, and André Bienvenu.
Michelle Bernstein Chef Takeover at Plant Miami. The Wynwood plant-based restaurant will host James Beard Award-winning chef Michelle Bernstein for a six-course meal. She'll take over the kitchen to create a unique menu of vegetable-forward dishes. Beverage pairings will include local craft beers, biodynamic wines, and organic craft cocktails. 7 p.m. Monday, May 21, at Plant Miami, 105 NE 24th St., Miami; 305-814-5365; plantmiami.com. Tickets cost $125 via consciouscityguide.com.
Hook, Catch, and Cook at the Café at Books & Books at the Arsht Center. Join chef Allen Susser, Genuine Hospitality's Michael Schwartz, Edge Steak & Bar's Aaron Brooks, and Joe's Stone Crab's André Bienvenu for a one-night-only seafood dinner. The chefs will collaborate on five unique courses featuring sustainably caught local seafood. Susser will go on a fishing expedition the previous day to procure the seafood that will be cooked during the event, so the menu will be determined by the catch. 7 p.m. Tuesday, May 22,
Local Eats Dinner Series with Michael Beltran at Bourbon Steak. Michael Mina's steakhouse at Turnberry Isle in Aventura will welcome Ariete owner/chef Michael Beltran into the kitchen this Wednesday. Beltran will collaborate with Bourbon Steak's executive chef, Gabriel Fenton, on a five-course dinner with wine pairings. Each chef will prepare two dishes, followed by dessert from Bourbon Steak's pastry chef, Julian Belon. 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 23, at Bourbon Steak, 19999 W. Country Club Dr., Aventura; 786-279-6600; turnberryislemiami.com. Tickets cost $200 via exploretock.com/bourbonsteakmiami.
Mediterranean Island Wines Dinner at Boulud Sud. Sommeliers Haunah Klein and Laura Depasquale will lead guests through a muli-course dinner and wine pairing on Thursday evening. Chef Clark Bowen and pastry chef Saeko Nemoto will serve highlights from Boulud Sud's menu including tuna crudo, seafood fideua, lamb duo, babaganoush, and ekmek kataifi. 7 p.m. Thursday, May 24, at Boulud Sud, 255 Biscayne Blvd. Way., Miami; $95 via eventbrite.com.
Tasting Thursdays at Jackson Hall. Be one of the first 100 guests to visit Miami’s wellness-focused food hall Thursday between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to take advantage of complimentary tasting portions from all six eateries. Expect plant-based bowls, poke, rotisserie chicken, and Middle Eastern items, washed down with juices, smoothies, kombucha, and elixirs. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, May 24, at Jackson Hall, 1050 NW 14th St., Miami; 786-529-3013; jacksonhallmiami.com. RVSP via Facebook.
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Japanese Happy Hour at Azabu. The South Beach restaurant recently debuted happy hour, available only at the bar Sunday through Thursday from 6 to 8 p.m. Find exotic cocktails made with Japanese spirits and sakes paired with small bites. Highlights include the Toki highball ($9) — Suntory Tori whiskey mixed with soda poured over a single rock — and the Koi ($9), made with Soto sake, vodka, rosemary sherry, strawberry, lime, yuzu, and agave. If you're hungry, smaller portions of the restaurant's most popular dishes are offered at affordable prices. Signature dishes include lobster tempura