Calling all my cheese lovers and cheesemongers! It’s time to gather for a delicious event at one of our favorite cheese eateries.
Ms. Cheezious owners, Brian and Fatima Mullins and M. Christian Dickens, along with the folks at Sixpoint Brewery will be hosting a filming party for a top-secret national television series this weekend.
What could be better than stuffing your face with Ms. Cheezious’ ooey gooey grilled cheese sandwiches?
Glad you asked.
The only thing better is being filmed stuffing your face with Ms. Cheezious’ ooey gooey grilled cheese sandwiches – all on national TV!
Yup, you read it correctly — a brand new major national television show will be setting up shop at the restaurant’s Biscayne Boulevard digs this Sunday.
They will be filming all the food porn they can find, especially the brick-and-mortar-only Croqueta Monsieur: ham croquettes, tavern ham, Swiss cheese, and béchamel on sourdough bread (don’t know about you, but I just died a little reading that).
But that’s not all.
This top secret TV show will want to hear all the cheezy details from Ms. Cheezious’ most die-hard fans.
What does that mean? You can get the chance to win your 30 seconds of fame (that’s a lot of time in the TV world) and be interviewed by the top secret (but attractive) TV host.
Wait, there’s more.
Sixpoint Brewery will be on-site quenching everybody’s thirst with piggy-bank-saving $4 Sixpoint Sweet Action at both the inside and outside bars. Part pale ale, wheat ale, and cream ale, this brew is all love and mad science in one (and pairs perfectly with Ms. Cheezious’ melts).
And per usual, beyond good food, friends, and drinks, fans can challenge each other to games like corn hole, JENGA, Cards Against Humanity (one of my faves, but don’t judge me), and just enjoy the cool “Sunday Funday” vibes.
When: Sunday, August 9, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM with cheezy lover interviews from 12:00 PM to 3:00 PM.
Where: Ms. Cheezious | 7418 Biscayne Blvd. | Miami, FL 33138
Who [is invited]: This is a all-ages friendly event (so, yes, grandma and the children can come.)
Why: because, why not?
Come on now… why WOULDN’T you go?