MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Sept. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- It is with much excitement that the 4th annual South Beach Seafood Week is back kicking off Stone Crab Season in style! With three times the food, three times the experience, and only 1/3rd the wait, get ready for the ultimate seafood experience featuring luxury dining on the sands of South Beach. The main event, South Beach Seafood Festival, brought to you by Kendall Jackson, will hit the beach at 7th & Ocean Drive, Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 12-7PM, with an extension exclusive to VIP Hospitality Village guests until 11PM. This year's event will be presented by Jack Daniels, Breakthru Beverage, GOYA Foods, Land Rover N&S Dade, and Celebrity Cruises, and hosted by Coca-Cola.
The 2016 restaurants will pop up cafés for guests to enjoy 60+ of the best seafood menu items available in South Florida! The full list of restaurants include Joe's Stone Crabs, Naked Taco, Red, the Steakhouse, CJ's Crab Shack, Drunken Dragon, A Fish Called Avalon, Naiyara, Poseidon, Toro Toro, Trulucks, Papa's Raw Bar, Midtown Oyster Bar, Café Avanti, CIBO Wine Bar, Naked Crab, The Avenue, and Whole Foods Market. Festival ticket prices start at an affordable price of $35 and include complimentary bars throughout the festival grounds. Guests can listen to music at the various music stages, including the Jack Daniel's Beach Club, sip on refreshing wine or a few cocktails, enjoy chef and mixology demos in the Whole Foods Market, and spend the day trying all the delicious menu items from these luxury dining establishments, who keep their menu prices affordable between $5-$8, just for the Sobe Seafood day. Get ready for stone crabs, stone crabs, and more stone crabs, along with lobster tempura skewers, mahi sliders, scallop BLTs, oysters, shrimp tacos, lobster roll waffle cones, crab cakes in a shell, grilled octopus, shrimp parmesan, surf n' turf filet and lobster, and more. VIP tickets are $150 and include food vouchers, access to the VIP Hospitality Village, private samplings, and so much more. Event is open to the public, but must be 21+ to consume alcohol. South Beach Seafood Week benefits COMMUNITY INITIATIVES FOUNDATION and the annual EAT SMART program, fulfilling the perfect balance between youth nutrition and childhood development in Miami Beach.