Sponsored by Stella Artois and U.S. Bank/Elavon in partnership with Feed the Soul Foundation, Latin Restaurant Weeks returns to Miami for its 2023 annual event from September 15 to 29 during Hispanic Heritage Month. This campaign aims to amplify Latin-owned culinary businesses and talent, including restaurants, bakeries, chefs, bartenders, and food trucks across South Florida!
With Miami being a majority Latino city, boasting a 70.2 percent Hispanic population and ranking as the nation’s tenth-largest Hispanic population, it represents a melting pot of Latin American cultures. Latin Restaurant Weeks embraces this diversity and is dedicated to empowering the Latino community while showcasing Miami’s rich flavors and traditions.
During the two weeks, guests will be treated to enticing menu specials for brunch, lunch, and dinner, complemented by tantalizing cocktail promotions from the participating restaurants. This year, restaurant registration will be free, or for those wanting an additional marketing push, a premium registration is offered for only $250, which includes more social media promotion and access to partner opportunities. It will offer exclusive specials, limited menus, and various options, including prix-fixe offerings and discounts, allowing patrons to savor the full spectrum of Latin flavors. Casa 305, Sabores Argentinos, Cana Wine Shop, OMG Brigadeiros, Las Vegas Cuban Cuisine, TeQuiztlan, & Ecléctico Restaurant & Bar are among the participating restaurants.
The 2023 campaign encourages locals and tourists in Miami to explore the myriad flavors of Latin America. It offers a fantastic opportunity to revisit old favorites or discover hidden culinary gems. Latin Restaurant Weeks embraces the vast diversity of Latin American cuisines, representing as many different countries’ flavors as possible. It promises an unforgettable experience for food enthusiasts, allowing them to indulge in various delectable dishes without exceeding their budget.
“We’re so excited about the growth and its impact on the community,” said Karinn Chavarria, Co-Founder of Latin Restaurant Weeks. “Also excited about the partnerships with Stella Artois and Elavon/U.S. Bank. The support of our sponsors means a greater reach, and we know that corporations like these are helping us set the playing field for minority-owned businesses. Latin Restaurant Weeks goes beyond being a marketing vehicle; it fosters connections for restaurateurs, granting them access to vital resources, industry experts, and financial assistance opportunities.”
Latin Restaurant Weeks provides an online platform that showcases each participating business, highlighting their captivating stories, histories, and the distinct flavors they bring to the table. Companies interested in participating in this year’s event can join free of charge or opt for a premium-level registration priced at $250. Interested businesses can secure their spot by registering until September 15 at www.LatinRestaurantWeeks.com or emailing marketing@