Things to do for July 18, 2013
Moonshine, Crab Legs and Tarantino
Islands in the stream. That’s what weekends are.
Breakfast Bagels in Brickell
Next time you leave Blackbird after a few, walk right around the corner. There’s a new spot making fresh bagels from scratch. It’s got burgers and breakfast sandwiches like the Little Havana (egg, steak, onions, cheese). Also, it opens at 3am on Saturdays and Sundays. Just call it... convenient.
Mini Arepas, Rum and Farewell
Well, that’s it. Wynwood Kitchen & Bar is wrapping up their Taste of the Americas dinners. Their final destination: Venezuela. So this month you can say adios over arepas, pabellón criollo (beef, plantains, beans, rice and egg) and glasses of Venezuelan rum. Nothing like going out in a blaze of arepas.
Late-Night Shiso Vodka at SushiSamba
SushiSamba. You’ve been known to stop in after work for $7 shiso vodka cocktails and calamari chicharrón during their SambaHour. But if you’re game for more, they’re doing the exact same thing starting at 11pm until they close. In other words, no need to rush.
There’s a point where you just say, “Enough is enough. I don’t want any more crab.” Since that’s not true at all, you should probably head to the Alba for their all-you-can-eat king crab legs and Tarantino movie night. Because... sure.
So, you missed Prohibition the first time around. But hey, chin up. Rose Bar’s recreating the whole thing on Wednesday nights. The door’s protected (email here for the password), but once inside, you’ll listen to tunes from the era and sip on moonshine cocktails. It’ll be just like 1920. You know, minus the prison time.