Join Vizcayans for their Preservation Luncheon
The “Hat Luncheon,” will take place at Vizcaya Museum and Gardens (3251 South Miami Avenue). Ladies with creative headwear along with elegent gentlemen will dine outside; it's very reminiscent of past luncheons and dinners in the formal gardens. This was a tradition when James Deering’s European-inspired home opened in 1916. The luncheon ususlly attracts about 250 guests.
The afternoon will begin with a cocktail reception where you'll sip on champagne and enjoy specially made hors d’oeuvres. Next is a lavish dining experience in a beautifully decorated pavilion that includes an exquisite four-course catered lunch. The elegant seated luncheon takes place on the East Terrace overlooking beautiful Biscayne Bay and the estate’s spectacular formal gardens. Classical music and champagne set a genteel and convivial tone.
The Vizcayan’s Preservation Luncheon, inspired by the Central Park Conservancy’s “Hat luncheon” held each year in New York, was founded by Norma Quintero in 2009 during her term as president of the Vizcayans in an effort to raise money to restore and protect the estate’s buildings, gardens and outdoor statuary. Pictured: Norma Quintero and Frank Everett.
Individual Tickets $300
Table (10 seats) $3,000
Please call 305-856-4866, Ext. 3 for information and tickets. Or you may purchase them online here.
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