5 Can’t-Miss Bites at Seed Food & Wine Fest

October 23, 2017admin

Seed Food & Wine Festival is known for many amazing things, first of which includes being one of the first entirely plant-based food festivals in the country. But aside from surprising your socks off with some delicious vegan-friendly dishes, Seed brings a huge level of sustainable and culinary education to the mix. From November 1st – 5th Seed will be spotlighting Miami’s excellent caliber of mindful chefs and tastes, so here’s our breakdown of feasts you can’t miss:

The Burgers
Every list should start with something epic, so we’re kicking it off by highlighting their Burger Battle. If the idea of a plant-based burger intimidates you, it’s time to have your mind changed by the incredible selections that happen at this anchor event. We guarantee you that you’ll be a changed eater.

The Homegrown Goods
While the plant-based consciousness is relatively new to Miami, it’s amazing to see how Seed supports the culinary talent in our own backyard. Their Made in Miami chef dinner will boast some of the city’s biggest names like Giorgio Rapicavoli of Eating House and more.

The Brunch
Maybe one of the most surprising things that you’ll walk away from Seed with is just how literally every meal can be plant-based and just as satisfying as anything else…even brunch. This year they’re rounding off the festival with a yoga + meditation + brunch wind down called Namaseed and we suggest you don’t sleep on it.

The Food Trucks
Well this one might not be entirely about the actual food at Seed but it does go to show that their influential festivities will be branching out across the city. After their tasting village on November 4th, they’ll be heading to The Wynwood Yard for some good old fashioned outdoor jams and food truck munching.

The Everything
Okay well, it is a food festival so we suggest you come hungry and eat as much as you can. But really the shining jewel of the food & wine festival is their tasting village that will take up the entirety of Mana Wynwood. It’ll be flooded with stalls of succulent eats and mind-blowing bites.