Dinner in Paradise: Homestead farm's chef lineup is out!

Just because Gabriele Marewski has put her Paradise Farms up for sale doesn’t mean the party’s over. Especially the Dinner in Paradise series, which has just released its new lineup with a cool theme. Wrote Mareweski in an email, 

Gabe Orta at Broken Shaker for the inspiration for the theme for this season: on September 5th, he posted on Facebook: “Happy to see so many friends and colleagues opening great restaurants and bars all over town. Exciting to see a new generation of Miami hospitality finally here #letsdothis.” You all are the new generation!”

That new generation figures prominently in the new series. Here’s the lineup:

January 11th

* Cesar Zapata: The Federal

* Todd Erickson: Haven South Beach

* Giorgio Rapicavoli: Eating House Miami


January 25th

* Gabriel Orta & Elad Zvi: 27 Restaurant & Bar

* Kris Wessel: Oolite Restaurant & Bar

* Diego Oka: La Mar at Mandarin Oriental


February 1st           

* Adrianne Calvo: Chef Adrianne’s

* William Crandall: Azul/Mandarin

* Andrew Gilbert: The Seven Dials  


March 1st   Plant Based

* Keith Kalmanowicz: Love & Vegetables

* Enrique Ruiz: Temple Kitchen

* Billy Devlin: Basil Park


March 14th Edible Flower Festival (Saturday)

* Eric Do & Chef Jose Luis Flores: Toro Toro


March 29th



* Aaron Brooks: Edge Steak & Bar

* Mike Pirolo: Macchialina Taverna Rustica

* Gabriela Machado: Contrabando


April 12th

* Sean Brasel: Meat Market

* Timon Balloo: Bocce Bar/Sugarcane

* Dena Marino: MC Kitchen


April 19th

* Najat Kaanache: Piripi Miami

* Danny Grant: 1826 Restaurant & Lounge

* Jacob Anaya: OTC


April 26th.

* Jodrick Ujaque: Chefs on the Run

* Richard Torres: Bread & Butter

* Nicolas Cabrera: Coya Restaurant & Bar