The Dutch at W South Beach will kick off summer with the restaurant’s first-ever “Paella Y Vino” dinner on Thursday, June 16 from 6:30 PM – 10 PM. This must-attend feast de España is being held exclusively in The Grove, The Dutch’s fun, casual outdoor terrace – the perfect place to celebrate the start of summer in Miami Beach.
For only $40 per person (plus tax and service charges), diners can enjoy a myriad of delectable Spanish creations by Executive Chef Adonay Tafur and the talented team at The Dutch. Traditional plates with a modern twist will include Octopus A La Brasa, Patatas Bravas, Gazpacho, Padron Peppers, and the star of the night, a scrumptious Paella Valenciana. Pastry Chef Josh Gripper will showcase his critically-acclaimed dessert prowess with a duo of inventive meal-enders, Vanilla Crema Catalana and Sangria Sorbet with Candied Orange.
Speaking of sangria, nothing pairs better with tapas than the classic Spanish beverage. The Dutch has the vino portion of the evening covered with $8 glasses/$24 pitchers of sangria, perfect for sipping while listening to live music on the restaurant’s backyard patio.
The Dutch is located inside W South Beach, 2201 Collins Avenue, in Miami Beach, Florida, 33139. For more information or reservations, www.thedutchmiami.com