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Chef Seth Kirschbaum Raising Money for New Vegan Restaurant; Beers to Benefit Kids

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Boyton Beach - Chef Seth Kirschbaum, the former executive chef at Sublime and Darbster, has started a Kickstarter campaign in order to raise money for Boynton Beach's "first 100 percent vegan, organic and cruelty-free restaurant," which he intents to call Sage Wine Bar, according to Clean Plate Charlie. Kirschbaum's restaurant concept includes seating for around 30 and a bar with a view of the open kitchen. [CPC]

Charitywire - This Saturday, Daddy Brews and Tunes for Tots will be hosting a competition for the best home brewed beer where you can have a chance to try some of South Florida's assortment of locally crafted brews. The event is at Daddy Brews (4427 SW 74th Ave, Miami, Fl 33155) from 5-8pm. The entrance fee is a $20 donation, with at least 70% of the proceeds going to Tunes for Tots and children with life threatening medical illnesses. [Eaterwire]

Brickell - Cochon 555 has released the names of the competing chefs who will be participating in their extravaganza of pork on February 9th at the Four Seasons Hotel in Brickell. According to miami.com, the culinary tour, which focuses on the deliciousness of heritage breed pigs, will feature Bradley Herron of Michael's Genuine Food and Drink, Jose Mendin of The Pubbelly Group, Dena Marino of MC Kitchen, Conor Hanlon of The Dutch, and Aaron Brooks of EDGE Steak & Bar will go snout to snout and each prepare a whole pig to be voted upon by guests and judges. Tickets range from $125 to $200 per person. [miami.com]

-Travis Cohen

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