* 7th Annual Sweet Dreams (Seminole Casino Coconut Creek)
* 7th Annual Sweet Dreams (Seminole Casino Coconut Creek).
Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats “did” the 6th Annual–last year and it was FABULOUS!—that’s assuming that you were into eating some of the most amazing-delicious desserts that you ever had!!! Throw in a sensational Winter-Wonderland décor and top notch musical-entertainment…and you had the “making” of a great charity-event.
Well…#7 is set to go-on Friday, December 13, 2013 and Saturday, December 14, 2013—and the bet here… another great event is just around the corner.
Tickets go for 15 bucks plus a Ticketmaster fee—so figure on spending about $23 a head.
No fooling around here…Jeff Eats and Mrs. Jeff Eats attend a “ton” of charity events and I gotta tell you, Sweet Dreams is right up there with the best of them.
If you guys can make it–then make it!…you’ll have a terrific time!
Here’s the PR piece for–7th Annual Sweet Dreams.
7th Annual ‘Sweet Dreams’ at Seminole Casino Coconut Creek
Friday, December 13, 2013 6:00 pm -10:00pm
Saturday, December 14, 2013 6:00pm- 10:00 pm
The Seminole Casino Coconut Creek’s Pavilion will transform into a sugary winter wonderland during its 7th annual Sweet Dreams festival on Friday, December 13 and Saturday, December 14, from 6-10 pm. Tickets are $15 per person, per day, and the event’s charity partner is Make-A-Wish® Southern Florida. The Casino’s Sweet Dreams event will sponsor two wishes for the organization.
Sweet Dreams will feature two-dozen dreamy dessert stations, along with coffees, teas, tastings from Pearl Vodka, and live music from Swing City Quartet on Friday, and City Limits on Saturday. A backdrop featuring stunning décor, strolling carolers and a spectacular tree of life will add to the holiday ambiance.
Special Celebrity Chef appearances are also on the menu. On Friday, Food Network Host Chef Keegan Gerhard will showcase his talents on the Pavilion stage demonstrating the art of Swiss Meringue. Chef Gerhard has been named one of the nation’s top 10 pastry chefs, and is host of “Food Network Challenge” television series.
On Saturday, December 14, nationally acclaimed pastry chef and James Beard Foundation Award Winner Chef Gale Gand, former host of Food Network’s “Sweet Dreams,” will demonstrate how to make two of her special holiday treats – Chocolate Mousse and Ricotta Doughnuts.
Guests can indulge in everything from cake pops, mini Belgian waffles, fudge, cannolis, cookies, cakes, shaved ice, cappuccino, flavored teas, and a spectacular chocolate fountain. Participants include A Chocolate Affair, A Flair for Fudge, Best Darn Kettle Corn, Cappuccino Express, Cold Stone Creamery, Cookies by Design, Corner Bakery Café, Edible Arrangements, Gelato Petrini, It’Sugar, Jodi’s Cupcakes, La Marquise Desserts, Mozart Café, Palm Beach Cakes, Restaurant Beverage Service, Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Sicilian Oven, Stork’s Bakery and Café, Susy Pops, The Gluten Free Cookie Jar, The Melting Pot, Too Jay’s, Waffy’s, Seminole Casino Coconut Creek Catering, and more.
Sweet Dreams is strictly for guests age 21 and over and will take place from 6 to 10 p.m. on Friday, December 13 and Saturday, December 14 at the Seminole Casino Coconut Creek. Tickets are $15 per person, and can be purchased at http://Ticketmaster.com. Guests are invited to make a night of it and enjoy all the casino fun following the Sweet Dreams event.
My wife and I met you last year at 6. You are so right it was a great event. The desserts were incredible. We also loved Dena Martin’s show that night. Looking forward to seeing you there again. We are going on Saturday.
Jeff, will you be there this year? We were there last year and really had a great time. There were so many great desserts that it was a huge problem deciding which ones to spend our calories on. We are planning on going on Saturday.
We saw The Rat Pack show last year.
Last year they had terrific Christmas Carolers. They were old New England garbed. My husband and I went on the Saturday night and Dena Martin with a full orchestra put on quite a show. The dessert selection was awesome. They had so many many different items to choose from that it was like being a little kid in a candy shop. I highly recommend that you go this year. You definitely won’t be disappointed.
Just got 2 free tkts to this one in the mail. Will be going on Saturday.
Just got home and in the mailbox, there was a post card flyer offering 2 free tkts. My wife and I play at Seminole quite a bit so we get offered things all of the time. They really have a great Player’s Card. We went last year and will use the 2 tkts this year. It was a really good time last year.
Got an offer in the mail for 2 free tickets. It pays to play at Seminole. They do give you some nice perks for being a good customer.
A group of us went last year and loved it. We went on Friday when the rat Pack show was there. The next night they had Dena Martin.
What we did last year was first eat in the Casino’s deli and they go for the desserts. By the way the deli is good. We made a whole evening of it. Dinner, desserts, gambling and really had a great night.
We are going again this year once again on Saturday.
Went last night and it was terrific. Great desserts and wonderful music. Decor was fabulous.
Looking forward to going tonight. Went last year and it was amazing.
Fun but not as good as last year. A lot fewer vendors.
Have to agree with you. The event was good but last year it was much better. There were many more vendors, people and the music was very lame. Better luck next year.
have to agree with you. this year wasn’t as good as 2012’s.