CHEF
Eileen Andrade

FINKA Table & Tap

14690 SW 26 ST.
MIAMI, FL 33175

Wednesday
April 28
Zoom: 7:00PM EST

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PARTNERS

KIT DETAILS

Carry-Out Kit for 1 Person
Custom menu with a bottle of wine, cocktail, and LaCroix Sparkling water mocktail and can
$95

Carry-Out Kit for 2 People
Custom menu for 2 with 2 bottles of wine, cocktails, and LaCroix Sparkling water mocktails and cans
$175

Pickup location:
14690 SW 26 ST., MIAMI, FL 33175
Available Pick-up Times: 2-3PM, 3-4PM, 4-5PM

Attendees must be 21+ to participate. For special dietary restrictions, we got you! Please contact amanda@teama21.com, and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.

ABOUT THE CHEF

Eileen Andrade grew up in the kitchen working alongside experienced chefs and her grandfather whom started their family business back in Cuba. After coming to Miami and opening one of the city’s most well known Cuban restaurants since 1977, Islas Canarias, Eileen’s grandfather paved the way for his children and grandchildren to continue his culinary legacy.

At an early age, Eileen showed interest in everything creative. Mixing cuisines and reinventing traditional dishes that her grandfather brought from his homeland has always been a passion of hers. In 2011, Eileen opened up her first business, CUBANCUBE foodtruck. The foodtruck was an instant success on the streets and at large scale caterings. CUBANCUBE’S popularity showed how Miami’s food scene was lacking a real twist on traditional Latin cuisine. Steamed Asian buns stuffed with their famous “Croquetas de Jamon” topped with avocado, maple bacon sauce, fried shallots, and chives was one of their top sellers. Now, you can find similar twists on classics at her very popular restaurant in West Kendall, FINKA TABLE & TAP.

Eileen opened FINKA TABLE & TAP in July of 2014. Her focus on Cuban, Peruvian and Korean cuisines draws thousands of people a week through the rustic doors of FINKA. Her eclectic food menu mixed with craft cocktails using homemade syrups make for a different experience in the suburbs of West Kendall in Miami. In November of 2017, Eileen decided it was time to push the boundaries again and opened a cozy Cuban Diner across the street from her parent’s restaurant, Islas Canarias Restaurant. Amelia’s 1931 is named after her grandmother who was born in Cuba in 1931. Eileen’s menu at her newest venture also showcases Latin-Asian fusion but in a more homie setting with old decorative accents brought from her grandmother’s home.

Eileen has new projects that will be coming to life in the near future that will extend beyond the suburbs of West Kendall, introducing more people to the world of Latin-Asian fusion done with integrity.

Upcoming Carry Outs