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Key Biscayne

A little about us

ABOUT THE ISLAND

Key Biscayne, referred to as an Island Paradise, is known for its silver sand beaches and impressive parks, but the hidden secret is a multitude of world class restaurants.

In October everyone will be able to Taste Paradise, “The World’s Best Cuisine on One Island.”

Key Biscayne restaurants will offer a culinary trip around the world with prix fixe menus.

Restaurants fall either into a casual dining or fine dining category.

OUR TEAM

Taste Paradise is organized by the Key Biscayne Chamber’s Marketing Committee,
who are devoting much time to assisting fellow businesses in the month of October.

The Committee is managing the entire project as they conceived the name, coordinated the restaurants,
created logos and social media sites, advertisement campaigns to make the event a success.

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KEY BISCAYNE-BRICKELL-CORAL GABLES-COCONUT GROVE

Organizers estimate more than 40,000 people from the Key Biscayne, Brickell, Coral Gables and Coconut Grove areas will be targeted using traditional and social media.

THE SECOND ANNUAL TASTE PARADISE GOURMET EVENT

The Second Annual Taste Paradise gourmet event, sponsored by the Key Biscayne Chamber of Commerce & Visitors Center, came to the Island Paradise of Key Biscayne when one of their Marketing committee members, Belen Nunez, brought the idea from her previous experience, working with food festivals in Memphis, TN.   “I know the restaurants, they are part of my daily work, and as a follower of their businesses,  I believe Key Biscayne has many gastronomic options with very high quality cuisines.”

THE BEST OF KEY BISCAYNE CUISINE

 “A diverse selection of restaurants that showcase the best of Key Biscayne cuisine are being featured.” said Chamber of Commerce Marketing Committee Chair, Nora Camejo. Chefs from participating restaurants are creating dishes from exotic parts of the world and will be offering a variety of cuisines, ranging from Argentine to Indian.  “Key Biscayne’s dining culture is just as diverse as its residents and visitors,”   added Camejo.

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