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Carbone Beach back for the 2023 Miami Grand Prix


You can’t spell “carbs in Formula 1” without Carbon.

The Italian restaurant’s $3,000-a-head dinner in the sand will be “bigger and better” when it returns to the Miami Grand Prix in May, Page Six has learned.

Major Food Group, the creative force behind the celebrity-favorite restaurant, has once again teamed up with American Express for the second annual Carbone Beach as Formula 1 returns to the coastal Florida city.

“Last year was such an incredible event, from the food to the people to the music, that really this year our goal is to take it even further and make it even better,” said Jeff Zalaznick, co-founder of Major Food Group. exclusively.

Zalaznick teases that the four-night extravaganza will be “more over the top, more exciting, more indulgent, more luxurious and more exclusive” this time around.

Carbone's spicy rigatoni.
Customers will appreciate the dishes on the Carbone menu, including its famous spicy rigatoni.
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We’re told that each evening will begin with a hosted cocktail followed by a seated dinner with a menu curated by Chef Mario Carbone.

Guests will enjoy classic Carbone dishes and live entertainment for the steep price of $3,000 per person. The dinner will be held May 4-7 from 7:30 p.m. to midnight and individual tickets will be available for purchase by American Express Platinum Card and Centurion members on April 6.

Zalaznick notes that he thought last year’s event was a “huge success.”

The Carbone Beach 2023 red carpet.
Tickets for the event will again cost $3,000 per person.
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Rich Torrisi, Jeff Zalaznick and Mario Carbone at Carbone Beach 2022.
Rich Torrisi, Jeff Zalaznick and Mario Carbone, seen here at last year’s Carbone Beach event, founded Major Food Group.

“We were thrilled with the crowd, and it was great to see such an amazing group of people come together,” he says. “The demand we’re already seeing is so crazy because they saw what it was last year.

“No one knew what to expect last year. Now people know what level we deliver.

As Page Six previously reported, hordes of celebrities attended the chic 2022 party along the South Beach shoreline, 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 more.

Gabrielle Union at Carbone Beach.
Last year, dozens of celebrities, including Gabrielle Union, attended Carbone Beach.
DJ Khaled at Carbon Beach 2022.
DJ Khaled also took part in the 2022 party.
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Attendees were also treated to surprise performances from Andrea Bocelli, Wyclef Jean, Kygo and Nas.

Major Food Group was started by Zalaznick, Carbone and Rich Torrisi.

Joanna Swanson

Joanna Swanson is Europe correspondent at the Thomson Reuters Foundation based in Brussels covering politics, culture, business, climate change, society, economies and inclusive tech. With specific focus in breaking news, she has covered some of the world's most significant stories.