Feast with the Beasts at Zoo Miami

Benefits the Zoological Society of Florida

Irene Korge, Ben Pingree and Norma Jean Abraham

Friday, March 1, 2013
Feast with the Beasts – 8 p.m. to midnight
Feast with the Beasts VIP Cocktail Reception – 7 to 8 p.m.
Zoo Miami
12400 S.W. 152nd Street, Miami

For more than 25 years, the Zoological Society has captivated South Florida with its annual Feast With The Beasts supporting wildlife conservation and education at Zoo Miami. Feast with the Beasts has become one of the most highly anticipated events of South Florida’s social season.

More than 40 of Miami’s finest restaurants will be on hand to serve guests as they stroll the Zoo’s pathways at Feast with the Beasts. The main event starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $175 and feature tasty bites from top restaurants, eight open bars, enchanting entertainment, wild animal encounters and much more. Still thirsty for more? Purchase VIP level tickets at $225, and you’ll have access to the VIP Cocktail Reception one hour prior to the start of the Feast with the Beasts. Rub elbows with Miami’s elite, enjoy scrumptious treats from Miami’s most prestigious restaurants, as well as special entertainment and encounters from Zoo Miami’s amazing animals at the exclusive VIP Cocktail Reception.

Claudia Barroso, ZSF Board Member Ana Veiga-Milton, Ron Magill, Ana Maria Dalmastro, and Monica Veiga

Want still more from your evening at Zoo Miami? Beastkeeper tickets are $500 per person, allowing you access to the VIP Cocktail reception, as well as the party on the path and the hottest spot at Feast with the Beasts, The Lion’s Den. This special concierge level area has been especially designed exclusively for Beastkeepers! The Lion’s Den will include specialty bar service, comfortable seating located in the most ideal location on the path, close to the main stage. Chaired by Irene Korge and Ana Veiga-Milton, this upscale hideaway also offers guests delectable morsels from exquisite local eateries, live entertainment, and exotic animal encounters.

Last year’s restaurant participants included Truluck’s , Shula’s 347, Mango Café, Las Culebrinas, China Grill, Asia de Cuba at Mondrian South Beach, Nikki Beach & Pearl, Sawa Restaurant, Bonefish Grill and Ruth Chris’ Steakhouse, just to name a few. Guests are welcome to bid on items at the silent auction, which will include signed sports memorabilia, weekend getaways and hotel stays, designer handbags, jewelry, and much more. Attire: Safari Chic and animal prints.

Please visit www.fwtb.org for more information. You can request that you be added to the invitation list by calling ZSF at 305-255-5551. Proceeds benefit the Zoological Society of Florida’s mission of wildlife conservation and education programs.

Mariana Alzate and Esmeilyn Tejeda from Taste of the Wild Catering of Zoo Miami

About Zoological Society of Florida

The Zoological Society of Florida is a non-profit 501(c)(3) that supports Zoo Miami through education, conservation and outreach programs; marketing and public relations; volunteer services and financial support for the construction of new exhibits. Zoo Miami is located at 12400 SW 152 Street; Miami, FL 33177

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