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Things to do for May 19, 2011
Burgers, Massages and... Marine Biology
The weekend always believed in Udonis Haslem.
Italian Gelato on Brickell
Simple rule: you can never have enough handmade Italian gelato. The closer to the office, the better. At this new spot, you’ll find flavors like The Godfather (dark and white chocolate with toasted hazelnuts) and Freedom Tower (vanilla and cherry with grated chocolate). Fingers crossed for Miami Vice Crunch.
A Burger Joint Emerges in Miami Lakes
The latest contender for your affections in the not-that-bad-for-you fast-food category: Elevation Burger’s new outpost out west. The burgers are made with organic, grass-fed beef and the french fries fried in olive oil. It really brings out the fruity undertones in ketchup.
$10 Spa Treatments at the Ritz
So the Ritz-Carlton Key Biscayne turns 10 this July. Its present to you: $10 Key Lime Body Treatments (50 minutes) or Deluxe Sundae Pedicures (45 minutes) every Wednesday in July. Hump days just got a lot more bathrobe-y.
Drinking Beers with Marine Biologists
It’s Craft Beer Week, but sadly you’ve been too busy to celebrate. Solution: this beer-soaked BBQ, where $6.50 nets you a burger and a brew like Rogue Hazelnut or Dale’s Pale Ale all night. Think of it as Oktoberfest research.
Georgia. Home to R.E.M., Otis Redding, Ray Charles... and Stokeswood. The Atlanta band stops by to debut their second album, In the Field of the Vibrations, at the Stage. No, they will not play “Georgia on My Mind.”