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Yummy, Yummy, unbelievably rich and sublime.
Chef Dewey LoSasso of The Forge Restaurant | Wine Bar was mentioned in Ocean Drive. LoSasso was included in the publication’s list of the current, most notable and influential people in South Florida.
What a lovely way to show your loved one you appreciate all that they do for you- a fabulous celebrity style meal at The Forge Restaurant.
The First Course is a lovely choice of sharing appetizers to open the palette. The Entrées are to die for, you have a choice of a Maine Lobster Thermidor, or Herb Seared Tuna, or maybe the Oak Grilled Filet Mignon? The Dessert is once again for sharing and we end with a Tea for Two. How delicious? How Romantic? All within the marvelous
ambiance that is the calling card of The Forge Restaurant and Wine Bar. Enjoy.
Shareef Malnik, the owner of The Forge Restaurant and his girlfriend Burn Notice star Gabrielle Anwar hosted the pre-Make a Wish Foundation Ball dinner at The Forge. It was a busy night as there were other celebrities in the house.
Wine & Dine: Eat, drink & mingle at these Fall wine dinners
The Forge is partnering with Caymus Vineyards to host a four-course wine dinner on Thursday, November 17. Invest $150 and enjoy menu highlights like artichoke carpcaccio, pan seared cobia, grilled Creek Stone farms filet mignon and chocolate pear torta beginning at 7pm. Reserve at 305-538-8533.
THE FORGE RESTAURANT | WINE BAR
SUNDAY BRUNCH 11 AM- 3 PM
$ 42 PER PERSON INCLUDES ONE MIMOSA
$ 22 FOR CHILDREN UNDER 5
432 W. 41ST STREET MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA 33140
RESERVATIONS 305 538 8533
The Forge, 432 41st St., Miami Beach, hosts the 13th annual Pleasures of the Palate, a fundraiser for the Diabetes Research Institute, at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 6. Chef Dewey LoSasso’s four-course meal stars pan-seared filet mignon with red wine reduction and fava bean mash. Tickets for the sit-down meal are $250 at www.diabetesresearch.org/pleasures2011 or 800-321-3437.
Diabetes research is a good cause to donate to. Millions of Americans suffer from this disease that can cause severe illness and death.
The Forge Restaurant | Wine Bar’s Shareef Malnik was featured and photographed in Ocean Drive. This article spotlighted the restaurateur as one of the area’s most stylish gentlemen and noted his views on today’s fragrance market for men. Elegance is a lifestyle and thought process.
Two Miami icons have at least one thing in common: a mega-sized commitment to providing children with the tools they need to succeed and lead happy lives.
Shareef Malnik, proprietor of The Forge restaurant, and LeBron James, Miami Heat All Star basketball player, both do more than just lend their names to charitable organizations. Both have perfected the art of harnessing their power and financial clout to secure unwavering support and sizable donations for organizations making a difference in the lives of needy children.
James’ family foundation and the “Two Kings” charity, a partnership with Jay-Z, work with Boys & Girls Clubs throughout the country to renovate buildings and playgrounds, and update computer access and equipment in cities where high school graduation rates can be as low as 50 and 60 percent.
The February 2011 Boys & Girls Club of America gymnasium unveiling, during the NBA All-Star game weekend, marked the third year in a row Jay-Z and James joined forces for this cause.
Malnik’s commitment to the Make-a Wish Foundation of Southern Florida stems from his desire to see children with life-threatening illnesses smile. In addition to the hectic schedule surrounding his Miami Beach restaurant, Malnik chairs the organization’s annual Intercontinental Ball, which by all accounts is a year-round endeavor.
The Ball, in its 16th year, has raised more than $9.6 million under Malnik’s guidance. That’s enough to grant the wishes of 2,100 children with life-threatening medical conditions. Each year the event features dinner, drinks, dancing and the chance to bid on fantasy items and experiences that Malnik promises will be bigger and better than any other in 2011.