Make a “Second Tuesday” dinner date at Whisk Gourmet this summer and Whisk will feather the proverbial Tropical Audubon Society (TAS) nest with 10 percent of its dinner revenues. Effective dates and times are June 13, July 11 and Aug. 8, 5-9 p.m.
The beloved bastion of Southern-accented American Comfort Food offers a refreshing summer menu, and Indoor Dining or Outdoor Covered Seating options, Take-out or Curbside pickup. (Deliveries are not eligible for this promotion.)
No matter how you choose to dine, Executive Chef Michelle Minotti infuses generous helpings of New Orleans and Caribbean influences to her captivating signature cuisine.
Check out the daily fresh fish special, experience the melt-off-the-bone barbecue glazed pork loin ribs, savor the Whisk tacos, local mango salad, salmon cake with green apple slaw, shrimp remoulade, fried conch appetizers, and don’t miss the iconic fried green tomatoes.
Despite hurricanes, restaurant ownership changes, and even the global pandemic, Whisk has been a generous TAS ally every summer since 2011. The annual “Dine Out” series helps TAS protect the places South Floridians cherish — Biscayne Bay, Florida Bay and The Everglades.
Reservations are recommended for all on-site dining; call 786-268-8350. Whisk Gourmet is located at 7382 SW 56 Ave., Miami, FL 33143. Limited onsite free parking is available.
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