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For Immediate Release
May 17, 2017
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Joann Milord
Northeast Second Avenue Partnership (NE2P)
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(BPRW) Chefs of the Caribbean Celebrity Brunch Set for May 21st

Honoring Two-Time Emmy Award TV Anchor

(Black PR Wire) MIAMI -- Chefs of the Caribbean Celebrity Brunch is back by popular demand. A staple during Art Basel, on Sunday, May 21st at 12 noon, Chefs of the Caribbean Celebrity brunch will be serving you culinary creations by multiple chefs. The Celebrity Brunch will honor two-time Emmy Award winning News Anchor Calvin Hughes of WPLG Local 10 for his consistent dedication to raising awareness about the Haitian culture, struggle and resilience. The Chefs of the Caribbean Celebrity brunch is once again being held at the Caribbean Marketplace located at 5925 NE 2nd Avenue in Little Haiti and will also feature a pop-up art installation by Miami Urban Contemporary Experience (MUCE) showcasing the works of various Haitian artists.

At the Chefs of the Caribbean Brunch, guests will enjoy delicious dishes from Chef Stephan, producer of Taste of Haiti, Chef Wilkinson Sejour, owner of five Chef Creole Restaurants, Chef Michelle of Tropical Feast, Chef Jerry Dominique, owner and head chef of KC Healthy Cooking, Chef Rose, owner of 4 Roses Cafes and private celebrity caterer Chef Abdul. Tickets can be purchased for $50 at chefsofthecaribbeanbrunch.eventbrite.com. For more information or table sales, please contact 305-492-7868.

“I am delighted to celebrate Haitian Heritage Month with a fine dining experience by world-renowned celebrity chefs and the honoring of news anchor, Calvin Hughes” said Commissioner Jean Monestime. Miami Dade County this year celebrates Haitian Heritage Month under the theme “Haiti, the Art, the History, our Traditions…” spearheaded by Commissioner Monestime.

The Chefs of the Caribbean Celebrity Brunch is sponsored by: Miami Dade County Commissioner Jean Monestime, Chefs of the Caribbean, Northeast Second Avenue Partnership, The Creative Esquire, Barefoot Wine, Little Haiti Cultural Complex and Miami Urban Contemporary Experience (MUCE).

ABOUT HAITIAN HERITAGE MONTH:

May is officially recognized by Miami Dade County as Haitian Heritage Month. A nationally dedicated time where Haiti’s Diaspora globally celebrates the culture and traditions of Haiti, the month-long observance is an expansion of Haitian Flag Day. Haitian Heritage Month is also dedicated to celebrating the appreciation of the Haitian culture in America and to pay tribute to the Haitian community for their valuable contributions to South Florida.

ABOUT CHEFS OF THE CARIBBEAN:

CHEFS OF THE CARIBBEAN is a celebrity chef inspired food & beverage concept and lifestyle brand. The brand includes a restaurant located at Miami International Airport and the ChefsOfTheCaribbean.com website featuring recipes, spices, cooking tips and tricks. Book a chef, buy aromatic spices, discover cookbooks, download flavorful recipes, purchase Caribbean gifts and find delicious inspiration while enjoying over 100 combined years of celebrity chef experience.

ABOUT NORTHEAST SECOND PARTNERSHIP (NE2P):

The Northeast Second Partnership(NE2P) is a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the revitalization of the Little Haiti community by creating and sustaining a vibrant commercial center to increase economic development in Little Haiti and preserve and highlight Little Haiti’s history art and culture.

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