Garcia Nevett Chocolates at Freshest Night Out in Miami Beach


From the moment we arrived at the Eden Roc in Miami Beach, there was an electric buzz in the air. The aroma of freshly prepared dishes mingled with the excited chatter of attendees, creating an ambiance that was both lively and inviting. Our team felt an immediate sense of belonging as we set up our stall, surrounded by like-minded individuals who share our dedication to quality ingredients and mindful consumption.

What truly sets Freshest Night Out apart is its commitment to the principles of slow food. In a world where fast-paced lifestyles often dictate our food choices, this event serves as a reminder to savor each bite, to appreciate the journey from farm to table, and to honor the traditions that enrich our culinary heritage. As vendors, we were proud to be part of a movement that prioritizes sustainability, supporting local producers, and reducing food waste.

Throughout the evening, we had the pleasure of talking with guests who were eager to learn about our products and our brand. Our Chocolate Cake was a big hit, as well as our Tequila Lime bonbon, with many guests returning for seconds. It was inspiring to see how our passion resonated with those who stopped by our stall, sparking conversations about the importance of conscious consumption and the impact of our food choices.

We enjoyed meeting up with old friends, like Chef Alan Susser, jam-maker extraordinaire Almudena from Gables Delight and our friends from Radiate Kombucha. We loved the dishes presented by trendy restaurants, including Boia De, Erba and Eating House.

One of the most exciting parts of the evening was the Live Auction. Garcia Nevett, in partnership with Vynia Wines, auctioned a private Chocolate and Wine Tasting for 6 people. The bidding ended at $700 and all proceeds go to Slow Food Miami. 

As the night drew to a close, we couldn't help but feel a profound sense of gratitude for the opportunity to be part of Slow Food Miami's Freshest Night Out. It was more than just a vendor experience; it was a journey of discovery, connection, and celebration. We left with hearts full and spirits lifted, knowing that we had been part of something truly special—a movement dedicated to preserving the rich tapestry of flavors that make the Miami culinary landscape so vibrant.

Big shout out to Michele Benesch and the entire Slow Food Miami team for putting together an excellent event for a worthy cause. We are proud and happy to be part of the Slow Food Miami family. 

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