Mia to host after-hours dinner series

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MINNEAPOLIS— This fall and winter, the Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) will host a series of after-hours art and dining experiences inspired by the special exhibition Botticelli and Renaissance Florence: Masterworks from the Uffizi. 

Mia is partnering once again with James Beard award-nominated chef Jamie Malone of Paris Dining Club on the dinner series, titled “An Italian Renaissance Wedding Feast by Botticelli.” The dinners will feature abundant dishes created by Malone and world-renowned pastry chef John Kraus, wine pairings curated by acclaimed sommelier Bill Summerville, and a sumptuous table designed by atmospherist Jason Berke of Warmhouse Story

The dinners will take place on select weeknights starting Wednesday, November 9. Each night will feature a private, guided tour of Mia’s special exhibition “Botticelli and Renaissance Florence,” a multi-course dinner with wine pairings in Mia’s beautiful second floor corridor, and insights from Mia’s director, curators, and the culinary team.

Tickets are $475 per person, all-inclusive, and the purchase supports the museum. Limited seats are available. Tickets are on sale now. For more information, click here.

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