The Setai Celebrates Ferragosto
Ferragosto was around before the death of Jesus, but chances are that you have never celebrated this holiday.
This Saturday, the Setai plans to change this with their Ferragosto Italiano. From 8 p.m. to 2 a.m., guests of the Ferragosto will indulge in food, drinks, and a fashion show.
The food promises to be a smorgasbord of Asian cuisine, from Indian, Malaysian, and Singaporean to Thai and Chinese. But don't think that the Setai has abandoned the Italian roots of the Ferragosto -- pizzas, antipasto, and mozzarella alla Caprese will also be served.
If this isn't intriguing, then the fixed price definitely will catch your eye -- all that I can say is thank goodness for Miami Spice.
With all this food at a fixed price, you would think that they would raise the price of the drinks, right? Well, from 9 to 10 p.m., there will be complimentary Negroni cocktails. After all that Asian food, a sweet, citrus-based drink is the perfect dessert.
After being dined and drunk, indulge your other senses in a fashion show by a South Florida local, Shy Figaro, and music by "the lounge pioneer of South Beach," D.J. Luca.
The Setai is located at 2001 Collins Avenue. To RSVP for this event, please call 305-520-6400 or e-mail SetaiDining@GHMamerica.com.
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