To help Tropical Audubon Society feather its proverbial nest, Whisk Gourmet, George’s and Town are dedicating ten percent of dinner checks on designated dates to the local nonprofit conservation organization (consecutive first Tuesdays of the month). Each Dining Partner is a Tropical Audubon Society (TAS) neighbor, located within one or two blocks of the society’s headquarters in South Miami. In the spirit of philanthropy and community, the owners of each restaurant recently met with TAS outreach coordinator Stephanie Cornejo as to “hatch” the Dine Out with Tropical Audubon Society partnership that introduces potential new patrons to each restaurant while elevating TAS’s profile as the Voice of Conservation in South Florida — a role that includes helping preserve our community’s natural resources and enhancing quality of life. To help Tropical Audubon Society feather its proverbial nest, Whisk Gourmet and George’s are dedicating ten percent of dinner checks on designated dates to the local nonprofit conservation organization (consecutive first Tuesdays of the month).
Tuesday, November 1, 2011 – Dine Out with Tropical Audubon Society at Whisk Gourmet and help protect South Florida’s natural environment, resources and architectural treasures such as the historic landmark Doc Thomas House, which serves as TAS headquarters.
A Taste of Whisk Gourmet
Located just a few steps west of the TAS property, Whisk Gourmet is owned by siblings Brendan and Kristin Connor, and is critically praised for its deftly prepared locally and seasonally inspired dishes turned out with contemporary American flair. Signature dishes include homemade shaved parmesan cheese and cracked pepper potato chips, cumin-dusted grilled chicken breast and the house classic fried green tomato sandwich.
Whisk Gourmet is located at 7382 SW 56th Ave, South Miami, FL 33143 Dinner is served from 6 p.m. to 10 pm
Limited reservations are accepted for parties 6-12. (786) 268-8350 http://www.whiskgourmet.com/main/.
Ten percent of Tuesday, November 1st dinner checks (exclusive of sales tax) will be donated to Tropical Audubon Society, helping amplify the nonprofit Voice of Conservation in South Florida.