The weekend looks forward to drinks with a side of art.
Riedel Wine Tasting at Morton's
Settle once and for all the question of how a wine glass affects taste when you quaff reds and whites using
Riedel's new "Flow" series wine glasses. Complimentary petite filet mignon sandwiches ought to keep you
fueled for discussion, and parting glassware lets you Flow at home.
The LA-based streetwear emporium sets up shop in the Aventura mall. Overlook the Stussy tees and head to the
denim stacks, where you'll find labels like Rock & Republic, MEK and Monarchy Collection. This way your
dignity and wardrobe remain intact.
Pile a posse into the Prius and head to Soho Studios for an eco-bacchanalia with live music from bands like
Kingley and Locos Por Juana, dozens of DJs including Ray Milian and Mike Deuce and a plethora of art
installations. Consider it green's clubbier side.
The galleries of Wynwood and the Design District wake from their summer hibernation with new shows and
plenty of free booze. Federico Nessi's solo act at Spinello should attract the right mix of hipsters and art
chicks. Oh, and we hear the art's pretty good too.
Pacific Time Opens for Dinner
Jonathan Eismann's new Design District spot opens for Sunday dinners, which means you get to bid farewell to
the weekend over dishes like grouper in red curry, Peking duck salad and tempura soft shell crab. It's like
the Cadillac of hangover cures.