Bazi to Host Series of Intimate Kaiseki Dinners

Unique monthly experience will begin on Wednesday, March 9 Miami Beach’s modern Asian-inspired dining destination, Bazi, noted for its exciting takes on traditional Far East cuisine, is introducing an exclusive monthly Kaiseki dinner with the first one being hosted Wednesday, March 9, 2016, at 8 PM. Kaiseki traditionally consists of a sequence of small, artistically arranged dishes that foster a harmonious balance between taste, texture, and aesthetic. This one-of-a-kind experience will feature 10-12 courses designed and orchestrated by Michael Pirolo, a critically acclaimed chef and James Beard Award semi-finalist, and will showcase seasonal ingredients from the decadent to the exotic. Dishes prepared Kaiseki-style are done so in a way that aims to enhance their flavor and energy.

Every course will be paired with unique libations ranging from sake to Asian teas courtesy of Bazi’s Beverage Director, William Rivas. Hosted monthly at the restaurant’s downstairs bar, an intimate setting limited to eight seats means that reservations are first-come, first-served. Priced at $150 (including tax and tip), each Kaiseki dinner promises to be different from the one before, providing a rare curated experience. Bazi is located at The Marlin Hotel, 1200 Collins Avenue on Miami Beach. The restaurant is open for dinner nightly at 6 PM; the bar is open nightly at 5 PM (305) 695-0101

Zulma Torres

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