You can’t spell “Carbs at Formula One” without Carbone
Page Six has learned that a $3,000 per capita dinner in the sand of an Italian restaurant will “Bigger and better” when it returns to the Miami Grand Prix in May.
Major Food Group, the creative force behind celebrity-loved restaurants. It once again teamed up with American Express for the second annual Carbone Beach as Formula 1 returns to the Floridian coastal city.
“Last year was an incredible event. From the food to the people to the music, our goal this year really is to make it even better and make it even better,” Major Food Group co-founder Jeff Zalaznick told Page Six only.
Zalaznick teases that the four-night extravaganza will be “more classy, more exciting, more relaxed, more luxurious and more exclusive” this time around.
We were told that each evening would start with a select cocktail hour followed by a seated dinner featuring a menu prepared by Chef Mario Carbone.
Guests will enjoy Carbone’s classic dishes and live performances at a hefty price of $3,000 per person. The gala dinner will take place May 4 through 7 from 7:30 p.m.
Zalaznick noted that he thinks last year’s event was “a lot of fun.” “Huge success”
“We were thrilled with the crowd. And it’s nice to have such an incredible group of people together,” he said.
“Nobody knows what will happen in the last year. People now know what level we are delivering.”
As Page Six previously reported, A host of celebrities attended the 2022 gala along the South Beach coast, including LeBron James, Venus and Serena Williams, James Corden, David Beckham, Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union, Derek Jeter, Kevin Love, Rich Paul, Jamie Foxx. , Hailee Steinfeld, Patrick Mahomes, Travis Kelce and many more.
Participants also received surprise performances from Andrea Bocelli, Wyclef Jean, Kygo and Nas.
Major Food Group launched by Zalaznick, Carbone and Rich Torrisi