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Caribbean Brunch Highlights World Travelers Experiences

MIAMI – At the upcoming Travel Chat Dine: Caribbean Mimosa Brunch, A Global Experience attendees will discuss, “How to learn, and grow through authentic travel experiences” on Saturday, March 5th from 1pm-5pm at Cubaocho, 1465 SW 8th St #106, Miami, FL 33135.

Erica Knowles
Erica Knowles

Erica Knowles, World Traveler and Founder of Getting to Know the World, and Editor-in-Chief at Legacy and MIA Magazine and Ernisha Randolph, Culinary Connoisseur and Founder of Our Kitchen and Juanita’s Kitchen, and President, YPN Miami- Miami Dade Chamber of Commerce, present Travel Chat Dine: Caribbean Mimosa Brunch (TCDCaribbean).

You will be transported to a paladar in Havana, Cuba without stepping on a ship or plane. This event will be a Caribbean Brunch with flowing mimosas and is set in a fabulous art gallery. Get ready to converse with a variety of world travelers about, how to learn, and grow through authentic travel experiences.  And join in on the discussion on how to experience the Caribbean in Miami.

Our Kitchen – Culinary Incubator, will cater this event with a variety of Caribbean food.  TCDCaribbean will feature “Food on Fiyah” Chef Irie, whom will give live cooking demonstrations.

The audience will also have the chance to hear the sounds of the Caribbean via a live performance from Jazz in the Gardens artist LaVie. Miami Broward Carnival will be bringing Steel Away – a steel drum band that will have you feeling like you are stepping off a boat in the Caribbean.

Travel Chat Dine is all about “Getting to Know the World”! We gather a diverse group of South Floridians and visitors together at a fun, inspiring, delicious, and authentic international restaurant all the while inspiring conversation about everyone’s past travel adventures and future travel plans.  This is the third Travel Chat Dine event that Erica Knowles has produced in Miami.

Travel Chat Dine Caribbean Mimosa Brunch is sponsored by The Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau and PRP Wines.

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