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BED on South Beach Launches The Cat's Meow Dinner Show and Party

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Nothing says luxury like dinner in bed at B.E.D. on South Beach while a skirtless Sarah Palin look-alike circles the room, a sex kitten in a bodysuit purrs and crawls across the sheets while a mistress whips her, and contortionists, fire acts, and dramatists perform for your viewing pleasure.

Sound like a mouthful? Well, it is. Executive chef Vitor Casassola's $50 prix-fixe menu is served during 8 and 10 p.m. seatings for B.E.D.'s new Thursday-night dinner party theater show, The Cat's Meow. A news release promises "contemporary song and dance numbers laced with comedy, as well as more exotic displays of exhibitionism." Contact 305-532-9070 for more info. Here's the menu:

Prelude: Amuse Bouche - Ginger-sesame tuna with guacamole on crostini.

Act I: Cold Starters - Brie endive salad or salmon tartare on apple fennel rémoulade.

Act II: Hot Starters - Duck confit spring roll or shrimp scampi over cheddar grits.

The Main Event: Entrées - Chilean sea bass with vermouth cream sauce or beef tenderloin with mushroom risotto drizzled with a Cabernet sauce.

Curtain Call: Dessert - Coconut flan or chocolate lava cake with vanilla ice cream.

B.E.D.
929 Washington Ave
Miami Beach, FL 33139
305-532-9070
bedmiami.com

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