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Monday, April 13, 2015

12th annual Paella-Fest at Fritz & Franz

Fritz & Franz Bierhaus is spicing things up this spring – literally.  From the beer house who hosts one of the biggest Oktoberfest Parties in Miami, Fritz & Franz is ready to heat up the season with their 12th Annual Paella-Fest that will be bigger and better than ever. Starting Friday, April 17 through Sunday April 19, paella fans and party seekers can rejoice at the themed plaza to sample varieties of the classic Spanish Paella while enjoying live music and drink specials, including a large and loaded glass of Spiked Sangria (“ Bierhaus Sangria Cocktail” ) for $11.

They will be bringing in Chef Jose Aguilar, who has worked as executive chef in Sheraton Buenes Aires, El Prado and Presidente in Ecuador as well as Hotel Unicentro in Guayaquil.  He will prepare a classic Seafood Paella, a Chicken-Chorizo version and a mixed version of this authentic Spanish dish.  The festive and lively plaza will be surrounded by liquor and beer bars with a stage for performers like Rudy Gil, Conjunto Progreso and Cortadito.  See below for times. Attendees may also access the inside of Fritz & Franz and are encouraged to wear their dancing shoes!

The schedule looks like this:


Fri. April 17:- 5:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Conjunto Progresso will play from 7-11 pm

Sat. April 18:- 2:00 pm – 11:00 pm
Rudy Gil will play from 7-11 pm

Sun. April 19:- noon - 8:00 pm
Cortadito will play from 4-8 pm

Fritz & Franz is located at 660 Merrick Way, Coral Gables.

Admission costs (only during Live music) $5 per person, which does not include food or drinks.        

Paella - $10 - $15
Sangria - $8
Beer & Shots - $5
Wine - $7-9
Cocktails $11

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2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Because when you crave the most iconic food of Spain, you want to try it at a German restaurant. I wonder which Chinese restaurant has the best Pastrami sandwich?

April 13, 2015 2:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's why they are bringing in a Spanish Chef... and if you haven't noticed we live in Miami.

April 15, 2015 4:17 PM  

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