BCC Eats: the Anti-Social (Canceled)

Things to do, Festivals
BCC Eats - Group Dining
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Time Out says

Brickell City Centre (BCC) Eats combines the communal-style eating of a food festival with the ephemeral feeling of a pop-up and adds elements of a socially distant gathering for its latest event, the Anti-Social. Taking place over the course of a weekend, the series of dinners and brunches are an á-la-carte feast, if you will, where folks can pick their experience and when and with whom they’d like to dine. BCC Eats handles the rest: the cocktails (provided by Sugar at East, Miami), the vibe and the space, which they’ve designated as the outdoor lot across the street. Brunch will be priced at $55 and dinner will be $80, both of which include prix-fixe menus and cocktails from the participating restaurants: Tacology, Quinto La Huella, Pubbelly Sushi and Marabú.


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