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Things to do for March 01, 2012
Dalí, Tweed and a Jazz Party at the Dupont
The weekend is a daydream believer.
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Jazz-Era Antics at the Dupont
Imagine: a 22,000-square-foot Jazz Age club with all the dancers, musicians and tequila you can handle. That, in short, is the Miami International Film Festival’s kickoff. You’ll sip on some tequila and wine, then cushion the blow with bites from AltaMare and Tuyo. It’s the anti-Prohibition.
Finally, a use for your tweed biking shorts: the third annual Tweed Ride. Nine miles of biking and old-timey clothes, followed by lunch at the Village Chalet and best bike and mustache competitions. Good time to start oiling your handlebars.
This Wednesday, the Moore Building opens its doors to Dalí Miami for five days. It’s plenty of time to take a date and get a closer look at some of his surreal classics, like the melted clock, the maternal egg and the Freudian drawers—dates love a pencil mustache.
An Indian Affair at the Mandarin
Substitute teachers: never a bad thing. And for five nights, Café Sambal gets its own sub by way of Michelin-starred NYC Indian restaurant Devi. The chef will be dishing up fare from his new cookbook, Masala Farm. We hear it’s much spicier than Animal Farm.