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For the first time ever EEEEEATSCON comes to Miami on Feb 3 & 4.

EEEEEATSCON is The Infatuation’s food experience, built in the spirit of a music festival, but with restaurants as the headliners. It’s designed for people who want more from a food festival than just tasting-sized portions and cooking demonstrations. The event features a highly curated group of local restaurants, along with exciting spots from across the country, often serving food you won't find anywhere else. 

This year, we’re flying in hand-pulled noodles from Los Angeles, latkes from New York City, Texas BBQ, and Austin's excellent Nixta Taqueria. Some of Miami’s finest are coming too, including Madroño, Caracas Bakery, Miami Slice, Sweet Delights, Tâm Tâm, and so many more. Keep an eye out for exclusive collabs too, like Zitz Sum x QP Tapas and Nixta Taqueria x Maty’s

Your EEEEEATSCON ticket covers admission and all of the entertainment at the festival. Depending on the day, you’ll get to see Rob McElhenney and Glenn Howerton in conversation, along with live shows from the podcasts Ride with Benito Skinner and Mary Beth Barone and Girls Gotta Eat with Ashley Hesseltine and Rayna Greenberg. Miami native Marcello Hernandez and friends will be there to perform standup. With live music, performances, and The Infatuation team handing out free prizes and hosting panels, EEEEEATSCON is as much about connecting with a community as it is about eating and being entertained.

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Food and drinks are sold individually and priced affordably (which means restaurants can keep every dollar they make at EEEEEATSCON). 

Check out the full restaurant and celebrity panelist lineup, find more info, and get your tickets HERE.

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Tâm Tâm



Tâm Tâm is an incredible Vietnamese restaurant in Downtown with dinner party energy and the greatest bathrooms in all the land.

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Miami Slice is a small pizza spot in Downtown that makes the most perfect slice of pizza we've ever had. The wait to eat here can take hours, but we think it's worth it.

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Caracas Bakery is a cafe in MiMo. If you’re in the mood for a meal that’s not dinner and involves bread, it always makes sense.

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Zitz Sum is making the most interesting food in Miami, and dinner at this Gables spot is always the best kind of surprise.

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