The Hungry Post Dining Club

Thanks to Mastercard we are hosting our first dinner series featuring restaurants recognized by the Michelin Guide


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We are so excited to introduce our new dinner series, The Hungry Post Dining Club presented by Mastercard featuring restaurants recognized by the Michelin Guide. This dinner series has been in the works for a long time, with the mission of bringing people together to create lasting memories.

We’re hosting five unforgettable dinners, each a week apart, from September 27th – October 23rd, at Jaguar Sun, Boia De, Beauty & the Butcher, Chug’s, and The Den.

Amidst the thriving Miami dining scene, our dinner club stands out for its unparalleled value, level of cooking, and access to restaurants that are not easy to get into. At $100 (all-inclusive), you’re dining at Miami’s hottest restaurants, featuring menus by our city’s most talented chefs paired with a trio of cocktails, crafted with Brugal 1888 Double-Aged Rum or Basil Hayden. And that’s not all, every restaurant has picked a cool theme that’s driving their one-night-only menu with never-before-seen dishes. Talk about a priceless experience.

The Hungry Post Dining Club is a one-of-a-kind experience exclusive to Mastercard cardholders. Get your tickets on

One more thing, we’ve teamed up with DoorDash to offer DashPass holders an exclusive 50% promo code, so you can score a seat at these mind-blowing dinners at a steal! Limited seats are available for DashPass holders so book soon. Submit your email HERE and if you’re a DashPass Holder we will send you a special promo code.


Date & Time: September 27th | two seatings are available at 7 PM or 7:30 PM
Neighborhood: Downtown
Address: 230 NE 4th St
Cuisine: Modern American, pasta
Book your table: HERE 

The dinner series will begin at Jaguar Sun, The Hungry Post’s favorite cocktail bar and pasta restaurant in Miami. Located inside an obscure lobby building Downtown, you would never imagine finding this sleek cocktail lounge serving the creamiest agnolotti with blue crab and saffron or being presented with West Coast oysters in an antique sterling silver monkey bowl. And same goes for their tropical cocktails. At Jaguar Sun, you will fall in love with cocktails, even if your usual drink order is neat or on the rocks. Every ingredient, how they garnish, how it’s poured, matters and is meticulously thought out.

So for one night only, Chef Carey Hynes will showcase the vibrant taste of Jaguar Sun with a pasta-forward menu with four never-before-seen dishes that will make you feel like a kid again and a quirky take on Brugal 1888 Rum cocktails crafted by Will Thompson.

Earlier this year, Jaguar Sun was honored with its first Bib Gourmand and awarded the Best Cocktail Program of 2023 by the Michelin Guide. This one-of-a-kind dinner is part of The Hungry Post Dining Club presented by Mastercard featuring restaurants recognized by the Michelin Guide.


Date & Time: October 4th | two seatings are available at 6 PM or 9 PM
Neighborhood: Little Haiti
Address: 5205 NE 2nd Ave
Cuisine: Italian-American, pasta
Book your table: HERE

The second dinner of the series will take place at Boia De, The Hungry Post’s favorite modern Italian restaurant and Miami’s busiest restaurant to score a table. Since 2019, Boia De has consistently delivered some of the best food in Miami, earning Chefs Luciana Giangrandi and Alex Meyer a Michelin star for a second year in a row.

If you’ve driven past an unassuming strip mall in Little Haiti and seen a glowing pink exclamation point, then you have found your destination. At Boia De, you will feel like you’re at a friend’s cozy yet modern Italian home where freshly made pasta is the norm, where polenta, marinated eggplant, and ricotta salata come together on a plate; and where they will whip up the most delicious crispy tiramisu.

For one night only, Boia De will take you on an Italian-American culinary journey. The night will center around “Red Sauce”, that slow-cooked sauce, straight out of scenes from iconic mobster movies and TV shows.

The family-style dinner at Boia De will also include a special menu of 3 to 5 dishes featuring Basil Hayden cocktails. This one-of-a-kind dinner is part of The Hungry Post Dining Club presented by Mastercard featuring restaurants recognized by the Michelin Guide.


Date & Time: October 11th | two seatings are available at 7 PM or 7:30 PM
Neighborhood: Coral Gables
Address: 6915 Red Rd
Cuisine: New American
Book your table: HERE

The third dinner of the series will take place at Beauty & the Butcher, one of The Hungry Post’s favorite new restaurants by Chef Jeremy Ford. When you enter Beauty & Butcher, you will notice the display of dry-aging meats that take center stage behind the bar. The dining room feels old-school New York with brass-toned chandeliers and cozy forest green booths. The New American menu highlights global flavors in dishes like the slow-smoked beef rib, the dry-aged Japanese yellowtail crudo, and the Dutch baby apple for dessert.

Tucked away at the back of the restaurant, The Hungry Post will take over the private dining room for a dimly lit dinner at South Miami’s trendiest restaurant. Chef Ford will craft a spectacular meal featuring four family-style dishes that best represent his light, bright, and crispy cooking style using his network of local farmers. Get ready for Chef Ford’s greatest hits paired with Brugal 1888 Rum cocktails, and dessert by Executive Pastry Chef Ana De Sa Martins.

Chef Jeremy Ford is a renowned culinary artist. He has won Bravo’s Top Chef competition and earned a Michelin star for his first restaurant, Stubborn Seed, two years in a row. This one-of-a-kind dinner is part of The Hungry Post Dining Club presented by Mastercard featuring restaurants recognized by the Michelin Guide.


Date & Time: October 19th| two seatings are available at 7 PM or 7:30 PM
Neighborhood: Coconut Grove
Address: 3444 Main Hwy Suite 21
Cuisine: Cuban, American
Book your table: HERE

The fourth dinner of the series will take place at Chug’s Diner, The Hungry Post’s favorite diner located in Coconut Grove. This is a diner that was made for Miami. Not only does it have a ventanita for Cuban coffee breaks but it also has a full bar.

Chug’s is a vibrant diner with camel-colored retro booths and vintage stainless bar stools. The best seat in the house is at the mint green marbled bar.

Chef Michael Beltran has created an all-day menu of diner-style dishes inspired by Miami nostalgia. Standout dishes include the cast iron pancake, slow-cooked in clarified butter and warm maple syrup, and the non-traditional pan con lechon with mojo and tonnato sauce.

The Hungry Post and Chug’s are joining forces for a unique and nostalgic dinner event, promising an elevated yet playful experience that will take guests back to the 1960s. The one-night-only dinner at Chug’s will feature a menu inspired by classic American diner dishes and Brugal 1888 Rum cocktails, including a sophisticated boozy milkshake.

Chug’s has earned accolades like the Bib Gourmand from The Michelin Guide for two consecutive years, and its chef, Michael Beltran, has also been honored with a Michelin star for his French and Cuban-inspired restaurant, Ariete. This one-of-a-kind dinner is part of The Hungry Post Dining Club presented by Mastercard featuring restaurants recognized by the Michelin Guide.


Date & time: October 23rd | two seatings are available at 6 PM or 9 PM
Neighborhood: South Beach
Address: Inside Azabu, 161 Ocean Dr
Cuisine: Japanese, omakase, sushi
Book your table: HERE

The fifth dinner of the series will take place at The Den, The Hungry Post’s favorite speakeasy Omakase located inside Azabu in Miami Beach. The hidden and intimate space will take you to Tokyo for an up-close and personal Omakase experience. Under the guidance of Head Sushi Chef Atsushi Okawara, you will witness your sashimi and nigiri being prepared in a traditional Edomae style, featuring the freshest seafood sourced from Tokyo Bay.

Join us for an exclusive sushi counter experience as The Hungry Post hosts a one-night-only dinner. The Den and The Hungry Post will collaborate for a Samurai-themed 14-course dinner with cocktails by Basil Hayden. The night will focus on paying homage to Chef Atsushi’s ancestors and preserving the essence of a traditional pescatarian menu.

This is the second consecutive year that The Den has been awarded a Michelin Star. This one-of-a-kind dinner is part of The Hungry Post Dining Club presented by Mastercard featuring restaurants recognized by the Michelin Guide.


About Basil Hayden®️: Basil Hayden is the official American whiskey of the MICHELIN Guide. The partnership with the MICHELIN Guide embodies how Basil Hayden redefines traditional bourbon tropes with their approachable yet refined recipe.

Crafted in 1992 by Booker Noe as part of the Small Batch collection, Basil Hayden introduced a more subtle side of bourbon compared to its counterparts. Inspired by bourbons with high-rye mash bills, Booker set out to create a bourbon that would offer an approachable taste profile and defy preconceived bourbon perceptions. Basil Hayden Bourbon welcomes new drinkers into whiskey and showcases new occasions to drink it. Beyond its flagship Basil Hayden Bourbon, the brand has pushed the boundaries of innovation in recent years. These intriguing offerings have included expressions such as Basil Hayden Toast, Dark Rye, 10-Year, and the new, limited-time release of Basil Hayden Subtle Smoke.

About Brugal 1888 Rum: Produced in the Dominican Republic by the fifth generation Brugal family, Brugal 1888 Doblemente Añejado ($40/bottle) is an ultra-premium rum with depth and complexity that is also perfectly balanced and smooth, making it the ideal spirit to enjoy neat or to unlock the full flavor potential of spirit-forward cocktails. Brugal 1888 is first aged in Bourbon American oak casks for up to eight years and then aged in hand-selected Sherry casks for up to six years, a technique typically reserved for high-end, single malts. The first maturation adds a woody dryness with distinctive caramel, vanilla, coffee and toffee notes on the nose that is beautifully balanced during the second maturation, which adds a roundness and slight sweetness on the nose, with notes of red and dried fruits to taste.  

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