Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival

Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival

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It’s the most indulgent time of year in Greater Miami & Miami Beach. Start saving your calories now for the 21st annual Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival by Capital One (SOBEWFF®), a four-day gourmet gathering that takes place from February 24-27, 2022.

As always, food and wine connoisseurs can choose from a mix of new and fan-favorite events starring more than 400 top chefs, winemakers, spirits producers and culinary personalities. Expect to mingle with talent such as Pharrell Williams, Al Roker, Jet Tila, Dwyane Wade and local chefs such as Timon Balloo, Amaris Jones, Tung Nguyen and many more. New this year is a partnership with Dr. Lisa Davis, a former councilwoman and vice mayor of Miami Gardens, that will focus on diversity, equity and inclusion at the festival.


For those regulars who feel like they’ve seen (and eaten) it all throughout the festival’s 20 years, 2022 will bring new events packed with flashy entertainment and big-name celebrities. The hard part will be choosing which new events to attend.

Diners, Drive-ins and Dives LIVE

Thursday, February 24

One of the standout new events at SOBEWFF® is Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives LIVE hosted by Guy Fieri on the beach in front of the Delano Hotel in South Beach. Fieri will take attendees to “Flavor Town,” offering the chance to sample dishes from some of America’s best greasy-spoon eateries that have made the show a hit.

Calirosa Tequila Dinner

Thursday, February 24

Those who drool over Maroon 5 lead crooner Adam Levine should scoop up tickets to the Calirosa Tequila Dinner at Como Como at Moxy South Beach, hosted by Levine, his model wife Behati Prinsloo, and local chef Scott Linquist. Tequila, flavorful dishes inspired by Chef Linquist’s travels around Mexico, and Levine all in one place? Yes, please!

Asian Night Market

Thursday, February 24

Pretend you’ve jetted across the globe at the Asian Night Market, a walk-around event at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel in South Beach, where you’ll light up your palate with flavor-rich bites from pad thai to crispy egg rolls made by some of the top Asian restaurants in the country.

Biscuit Love Brunch

Saturday, February 26

If you’ve been to the foodie heaven of Nashville, then you’ve likely heard about the flaky, made-from-scratch biscuits at Biscuit Love. Now’s your chance to gobble up this Southern favorite at the Biscuit Love Brunch in Wynwood, part of the SOBEWFF® Pop-Up Series.

Charcuterie Master Class

Sunday, February 27

For the chance to eat and add to your culinary repertoire, grab tickets to the Charcuterie Master Class in Wynwood, hosted by Beauty and the Board. You’ll learn how to fashion a charcuterie board that will impress guests at your next soiree.


If celebrity-spotting is your thing, this year’s SOBEWFF® lineup is packed with star-studded events.

Steak and Whiskey

Thursday, February 24

Carnivores will want to snag tickets to the Steak and Whiskey event hosted by meat master Michael Symon in the Miami Design District. Expect an array of sizzling meats and perfect whiskey pairings during this mouthwatering walk-around affair.

Casa Del Sol Tequila Dinner

Friday, February 25

Mexican-American actress Eva Longoria Bastón is at the helm of the Casa Del Sol Tequila Dinner at the beautiful Pérez Art Museum Miami in Downtown Miami. The night will be filled with ultra-premium tequila, a Latin-influenced menu by chef Lorena Garcia, and beautiful artwork.


Saturday, February 26

At the new Citizens MiamiCentral Culinary Market in Historic Overtown, you’ll dine around the food hall while hanging with Miami HEAT basketball great Dwyane Wade at the Foodventure event.

Peace Love Yoga

Sunday, February 27

If you want to burn off some of the weekend’s calories, join actress Kate Hudson at the Peace Love Yoga event at Nikki Beach in South Beach. Don’t worry, there will be healthful bites and King St. Vodka to go with all that self-care.

Southern Kitchen Brunch

Sunday, February 27

Country music icon Trisha Yearwood returns to the Loews Miami Beach Hotel in South Beach for the beloved Southern Kitchen Brunch. This buffet-style brunch is always packed with decadent Southern fare, and guests are usually treated to a few songs from Yearwood.


Everyone has their own favorite event. SOBEWFF® is, of course, bringing back fan-favorites.

Red Stripe Burger Bash

Friday, February 25

Burger fanatics will want to sample the best burgers at the Red Stripe Burger Bash, hosted by culinary queen Rachel Ray and lauded chef José Andrés beachside at The Ritz-Carlton, South Beach. To help with social distancing, there will be two timed sessions.

Wine Spectator’s Best of the Best

Friday, February 25

Wine Spectator’s Best of the Best takes center stage at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach in Mid Beach, where attendees will sample dishes from the nation’s best chefs and sip some of the 60-plus wines rated at 90 points and higher.

Goya Foods’ Grand Tasting Village

Saturday and Sunday, February 26 & 27

Whether you’re a festival pro or a newbie, don’t miss out on tasting and sipping your way through the open-air tents of the Goya Foods’ Grand Tasting Village. With the sands of South Beach in your toes, the balmy breeze in your face, and a glass (or two) of wine in your hands – could there be a better day?


This article is just a taste of the festival’s exciting lineup. Check out the full list of events, including family-friendly fun, late-night parties, master classes, intimate dinners and more.


The festival is hyper-focused on keeping everyone safe. There are enhanced health and safety protocols in place, including a mandatory digital health screening prior to the event. Anyone working at or attending the event must show proof of a negative PCR Covid-19 test dated no more than 72 hours before the event, or proof of full vaccination.

Once at the event, tickets will be scanned digitally to limit person-to-person contact. Face masks are encouraged, and there will be disposable masks available upon request. Sanitation stations will be sprinkled throughout events spaces, and there will be ample areas to socially distance.

The beauty of the festival is that so many of the events are held outdoors.

By: Angela Caraway-Carlton | December 16, 2021


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