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ABOUT

Events by Chef Fabrice dazzles the Miami epicure with dining experiences like none other, from the kitchen of a modern French master.  Born in Lyon, France, Chef Fabrice Di Rienzo is a protege of the world’s best chefs, Paul Bocuse, Pierre Orsi and Daniel Boulud, among them. Today,

Chef Fabrice makes his home in Miami, creating captivating menus for the moment and for long after sunset. Explore Events by Chef Fabrice and open yourself to the alluring flavors of the South Florida sandbox. Fresh, sun-kissed, simply beautiful.

Meet Chef Fabrice

 

As founder of Events by Chef Fabrice, Di Rienzo specializes in luxury dining experiences for Miami’s most discerning palates, using only the finest ingredients that he thoughtfully and painstakingly sources from trusted purveyors.

The crux of the concept is for Di Rienzo to cook in people’s homes and engage them and their guests in the intimate experience, which is elegantly grounded in classic French cuisine and technique but sways to the beat of modern Miami. He aims to make it easier and more entertaining for people to eat better, healthier and in step with the seasons, and to make disarmingly beautiful, conversation-halting food in the process that will wow guests.

Di Rienzo starts with the very best product. After moving to Miami in 2019, he spent a year seeking out organic farmers and producers in the area who could deliver on that quality. With those relationships established, he is excited to share the bounty of the South Florida sandbox: gorgeous citrus fruits, pineapple, avocado, tomatoes, herbs, lobster and langoustines delivered to him the day they’re plucked from the ocean.

One of his menu signatures is Florida snapper roasted whole in a salt crust, which he cracks open as guests watch. If a guest has a taste for specific luxury ingredients, say, caviar or white truffle, Di Rienzo will fold those into the experience as well.

Everything is possible, he says — as it is with any dream pursued.

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