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Diner en Blanc Miami: Gabrielle Union, Loads of Moët, and Dancing the Night Away

Last night, over 1,000 people partook in Miami's inaugural Diner en Blanc. The sold-out event is the first of its kind for the Magic City but 50th worldwide. Paris has been hosting its annual soiree since 1988, which means we're about three decades late on the picnicking bandwagon. Oh well, better late than never, right?

And after witnessing Gabrielle Union getting down in a conga line and endless amounts of Moët being poured, we're pretty confident that Diner en Blanc will be coming back to our lovely city. So if you didn't get to attend last night's festivities you might want to check out our photos, and then sign up for the 2015 waiting list, which is already open.

See also: Dner en Blanc Headed to Miami, Waitlist Opens Today

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Carla Torres found her inner gourmand voice while writing for Miami New Times in 2012. She has also worked with Travel & Leisure and Ocean Drive and today is involved with a tech startup. She balances passions for wine, sweets, yoga, and kayaking.