Start brainstorming jellyfish names... because we’re sending you three pet jellyfish, all of their necessities and an aquarium that doubles as an art installation. Plus, two exclusives from SF: handmade leather belts from Taylor Stitch and spring-worthy shirts and shorts from Welcome Stranger. Stay handsome...
Things to do for March 15, 2012
St. Pat’s, Endless Wine and All-You-Can-Eat Pancakes
The weekend is the pot of gold at the end of your rainbow.
If you insist on donning a shamrock bow tie and savoring lime-colored beer, head to Paddython at Fadó. Ten bucks gets you two pints and all-you-can-eat pancakes before 11am, plus a U2 tribute band and bagpipers galore. If this doesn’t get you Riverdancing, nothing will.
Tonight, perhaps before shaking what your mama gave you, you’ll want to stop at the Miami Art Museum for the opening reception of The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl for a discussion on the history of vinyl and sets from DJ Le Spam. So basically, your warm-up.
Brunching at the Federal
This Sunday, you may require the legendary healing properties of bacon. Allow us to suggest a Jackalope Benedict (rabbit/elk sausage, bacon and hollandaise on a biscuit), now being served along with jonny cakes and bottomless mimosas at the Federal’s new brunch. Let the healing begin.
We’re just going to get straight to the point here: you’re going to be drinking next week. A lot, actually. Chalk it up to Joe’s Wine Week, where for $10 you’ll sip your way through 10 wines during your lunchtime feast of stone crabs and lobster. Thank you, crustaceans.
Very Important News About Ravioli Day
You’ve petitioned long and hard for the humble ravioli. Good news: your payoff is here. Celebrate Ravioli Day at Cafe Prima Pasta with osso buco and lobster ravioli and gratis pours of Bellinis and limoncello. Now if only Hallmark would get on board...