Things to do for September 09, 2010

The Weekender

New Tacos, Unlimited Sangria and Underwear Models

The weekend is DVR-ing Nikita.

Thursday
Seize sur Vingt: The Editors’ Picks
BRAND-NEW PERKS

Seize sur Vingt: The Editors’ Picks

This week, Perks is outfitting you for fall with a collection of shirts, shoes and accessories hand-selected by our editors from Seize sur Vingt’s line of updated classics, all up to half off. To be clear: half off the price. You’ll get all of whatever you order.

Alma Mexicana Now Open
FIESTA

Alma Mexicana Now Open

Located in the former Miami Ink space, this Mexican restaurante is smack-dab in the middle of club land. So those platters of Tacos Al Pastor (pork tacos) and Chiles Rellenos (stuffed poblano peppers) should come in handy before your next all-nighter at Mansion.

Now open, Alma Mexicana, 1344 Washington Ave, 305-695-0880

Friday
Lingerie and Bocce in Bal Harbour
LACE

Lingerie and Bocce in Bal Harbour

In honor of Bal Harbour Shops’ block party, Agent Provocateur will be featuring models in their finest bras, panties, garter belts and corsets. If you ever get tired of this, there will also be complimentary pink champagne at Thomas Pink, and bocce outside Tiffany’s.

Saturday
Cocktails and Urban Impressionism
RUMMAGING

Cocktails and Urban Impressionism

Our top pick from Saturday’s Wynwood gallery walk: Miguel Paredes’s show. There’ll be complimentary rum cocktails for you and a live DJ spinning electronica-flecked ’60s hits. We hear there might be a piece of art or two as well.

Sep 11, 7-11pm, no cost, 2311 NW Second Ave, 305-219-6688

Sunday
Endless Sangria at De Rodriguez Cuba
BRUNCH

Endless Sangria at De Rodriguez Cuba

Attention fans of brunch/unlimited drinking: for the next three Sundays, $22 nets you endless glasses of sangria and two courses like Ham Croquetas. And if you feel like smoking, they’ll let you bring your own cigars and puff them on the patio, old-man style.

Sundays through Sep 26, noon-3pm, $22, DRC, 956 Washington Ave, 305-673-3763

Monday
The Fish Box Starts Rolling
TRUCKED

The Fish Box Starts Rolling

The fried-shrimp sandwiches at La Camaronera: fantastic. The drive to West Little Havana to eat them: not so fantastic. But now you won’t have to travel there—the Fish Box food truck starts rolling next week, focusing on Biscayne Boulevard and downtown.

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