If sweet treats are the way to anyone’s heart, then the Shops at Sunset Place’s “How Sweet It Is” on Thursday, Nov. 18, 6:30-9 p.m., is sure to please.
The Shops at Sunset Place, one of South Miami’s leading retail and entertainment destinations, will welcome the area’s finest chefs and caterers to take part in a delicious tasting celebration that will benefit local charities: Academy of Information Technology; A Safe Haven for Newborns; Simon Youth Foundation; Transition Inc., and Vent Love Inc.
The Shops at Sunset Place’s “How Sweet It Is” attendees will enjoy a delicious display of all-you-can-eat desserts and sweet treats, as well as live entertainment by the Living Dolls Dance Factory and many more. The evening also will include a kid zone with family-friendly activities such as cookie decorating, a trail-mix creation station, face painting and more.
“The Shops at Sunset Place is excited to introduce this community event that will make a significant contribution to local organizations, while providing a delicious night out for local families,” said Claudia Marquez, director of marketing and business development at the Shops at Sunset Place. “‘How Sweet It Is’ is perfect for those who want to indulge their sweet tooth, all while supporting a good cause.”
Participating South Florida restaurants, vendors and caterers for the Shops at Sunset Place’s “How Sweet It Is” include: Ana Paz Cakes, Death by Chocolate, Divine Delicacies, Godiva, LA Sweets, Marhaba, Old Lisbon Restaurant, Outback Steakhouse, Segafredo South Miami, Sugar Heaven, Sweet Delights of Miami, The Melting Pot and many more.
Tickets are $20 and children 10 and under can enjoy the event for free. Parking tickets will be validated with the purchase of an event ticket. For more information on “How Sweet It Is” or to purchase tickets, contact Claudia Marquez at 305-663-0482 or via email at <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
The Shops at Sunset Place is a popular open-air shopping, dining and entertainment destination. The mall is located at the intersection of S. Dixie Highway (US1) and Red Road (SW 57th Avenue) in South Miami and is managed by Simon Property Group Inc.
The Shops at Sunset Place offers a sensational lineup of dining and entertainment venues, including AMC 24 Sunset Place with IMAX, Color Me Mine, Cool-de-Sac Play Café, Casas & Ideas (Coming Soon), Dan Marino’s, Gameworks, and Splitsville Luxury Lanes and Dinner Lounge. In addition, the Shops at Sunset Place is home to leading retailers such as American Eagle Outfitters, Armani Exchange, Banana Republic, Barnes & Noble Superstore, Forever 21, Hollister Co., Gap/Gap Kids, Niketown, Pottery Barn, Victoria’s Secret, Urban Outfitters, and Z-Gallerie.
Additional information is available at www.simon.com.