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February 17, 2016

Plant Food + Wine Miami to open on February 29th

Chef and restaurateur Matthew Kenney will open his latest plant-based eatery, Plant Food + Wine Miami, on Monday, February 29, 2016. Located at The Sacred Space Miami in the Wynwood Arts District; where his Matthew Kenney Culinary Academy is located. Plant Food + Wine Miami is a cutting edge plant-based restaurant. The restaurant’s vibrant menu blends innovative technique with seasonal, local produce, and includes many of Kenney’s classic raw food dishes. The mission of Plant Food + Wine is to offer health and wellness through delicious food in a luxurious environment. The patio is located under palm trees and surrounds a reflecting pool. Both of the indoor and outdoor rooms possess different elements that contribute to the multi-sensory experience of this series of indoor/outdoor spaces of The Sacred Space.

Plant Food + Wine Miami has created a menu to appeal to vegan diners as well as those who simply want to incorporate more plant-based meals into their lives. Items from the Plant Food + Wine menu include appetizers such as the Watermelon Poke with ponzu-lime, tamari, macadamia, ginger and mint, and various small plates, including Romanesco Cauliflower with salsa verde, toasted pepita cream, and preserved lime. Large plate offerings will include Black Pepper Kelp Noodles with sunflower cream, spicy greens, green olive puree, and sundried olives, and Coconut Ceviche “Tacos” made of sunflower chorizo, avocado, pico de gallo and lime crema.

Flatbread. Fennel. Capers. Lemon. Hummus. Photo Credit: Matthew Kenney Facebook

Flatbread. Fennel. Capers. Lemon. Hummus. Photo Credit: Matthew Kenney Facebook

Matthew Kenney Culinary Miami offers a variety of programs emphasizing the art of raw and plant-based cuisine.  The Academy was created to meet the increasing interest in plant-based cuisine and the art of its preparation. The curriculum employs a modern, creative approach structured so that students build on their techniques as they progress through courses, executing innovative raw and vegan cuisine at the highest level while expanding their skillset. The program’s extensive, refined instruction is based on structured and classic building blocks of culinary programs and a multitude of experience and passion. To date, Matthew Kenney Culinary Academies around the world and online have graduated over 2,000 students from over 30 countries. Reservations and more information on the restaurant and academy at plantfoodandwinemiami.com. Plant Food + Wine Miami is located at 105 NE 24th, Miami, FL 33137

 

 







 
 

 
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