After a successful run in Miami Beach last year, taking diners under the sea and into the mangroves with an immersive dinner experience, Hidden Worlds is set to return in February.
The underwater wonderland, Hidden Worlds Entertainment Inc. – an ‘impactainment’ company producing attractions with a purpose – is teaming up with The Islands of The Bahamas to bring back, ‘Our Ocean, Our Future.’ The result being an educational and entertaining marine journey using smell, sight and sound to bring awareness to ocean conservation and taking care of the planet.
On theme with the partnership, Hidden Worlds’ executive chef Scott Linquist (co-founder of Coyo Taco and Serena Rooftop) and Bahamian executive chef Kevyn Pratt (previously of Baha Mar) are serving an “ocean-positive,” as described by the experience, 10-course menu inspired by the flavors of The Bahamas.
Throughout the evening, a dinner will be orchestrated where the tables will come alive as the dishes, marine-themed cocktails by renowned Bahamian mixologist, Marv “Mr. Mix Cunningham” and projections will be synced together for a coordinated experience.
Attendees can expect even more climactic scenery with art installations by famed Bahamian muralist, Angelika Wallace-Whitfield and AI Art powerhouse Seyhan Lee, who will showcase an innovative coral experience.
Two immersive fine-dining seatings will begin at 6:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday evenings. For those not in it for the food (and as a family-friendly option), daytime shows will be held from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
In addition, following dinner on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays, the underwater wonderland will feature an extended lounge experience, where the oceanic adventure will be synced to the music of local DJs.
Hidden Worlds will come to life at Ampersand Studios in Edgewater from Wednesday, February 15 to March 4. It will be located at 31 NE 17th St, Miami, FL 33132. For more information and tickets, click here to visit their website.