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This is What the 1 Percent Will Be Eating at the 2015 PAMM Gala

Dinner from Brazilian chef Thomas Troisgros and plenty of champagne

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This weekend the Perez Art Museum Miami hosts its ultra-swanky gala The Art of the Party Presented by Louis Vuitton (formerly referred to as the MAM Ball). The biggest fundraiser of the year for the popular museum, it always brings a slew of big time names like Marc Anthony and Elle Macpherson, along with plenty of Miami socialites.

But this fête, planned by Lee Schrager, doesn't come cheap. For access to the exclusive "Chef's Table" a table for 10 will set you back a cool $50k  or $25k if you opt not get the limited edition Beatriz Milhazes print while a ticket to the "Supper Club" lounger will cost you $15k for a group of 12. If you'd rather go solo, Supper Club tickets can be purchased on their own for a thousand dollars a pop.

So what do you get for your dinner that will cost you close to a year's salary? Chef's Table participants will sit down to a four-course dinner prepared by Rio de Janeiro-based Chef Thomas Troisgros of Olympe Restaurant, who was brought into town just for the occasion. The set up is a bit more casual for the Supper Club go-ers, who will munch on different stations of Troisgros' food set up throughout the night. Of course no party in this town would be complete without lots of booze, and plenty of that will be on hand courtesy of Moët Hennessy and Diageo.

Tickets are still available for the event and can be purchased here. But if the tickets are a bit outside your price range, you can still get a glimpse of what the party revelers will be eating come Saturday in the menus below.

PAMM Gala- Chef's Tasting Table Menu

PAMM Gala- Supper Club Menu

Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)

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