Today, Perks is turning your attention to the all-suite-wonderlands known as The Venetian and The Palazzo. We’re bringing you UD-exclusive rates, automatic suite upgrades if available and two-for-one specialty cocktails. You just have to decide which exclusive package you want... Decisions, decisions.
Things to do for March 31, 2011
Tennis, Your Workout and Pork Poetry
The weekend’s serve is legendary.
Imagine it. You’re there, watching Eastern Bloc women face off on the court, and it hits you. You need A/C. And some grub. Conveniently, there’s now a tent helmed by chefs from Michy’s, BLT Steak and Red Light. Nothing works up an appetite like watching Serbs.
Your fitness routine: solid. Your knowledge of your workout abilities on a cellular level: lacking. Enter Symbio, which has a special scientific BioFit test they’ll use to sort that (and you) out. Oh, and classes for new clients: free.
Poetry and pork—a timeless combination. You’ll find both tomorrow night when the O, Miami poetry festival kicks off with a pig roast, accompanied by readings from local poets. This is the perfect opportunity to reveal your collection of ham haikus.
A Dessert Pop-Up in the DD
On this night—and on this night only—you’ll have the opportunity to embark on a six-course dessert odyssey in that most romantic of locales: a warehouse. Free-flowing wine will accompany sweets like Key Lime Margarita, while a predinner reception includes Fried Beef Tongue. Nothing opens the palate like tongue.
The Latest in Pork Belly
The newest addition to your roster of the city’s pork belly dishes: Area 31’s new version, accompanied by a cocoa-dusted scallop. Other standouts off the recently launched menu include a grilled Fish Collar with crispy skin and Shrimp Ravioli with uni butter. You keep a roster of uni dishes, too.