Things to do for October 03, 2013
Beer, 1920s Jazz and Apple Pie Tacos
The weekend does not like green eggs and ham. It does not like them, Sam-I-am.
Jugofresh Heads to the Mainland
Yup, your favorite South Beach juicery is making its way across the causeway and planting its flag at Body & Soul. You’ll find all of the usual cold-pressed suspects (like the goji lemonade and mylk shake) along with raw and vegan foodstuffs. Hot dogs are... not on the menu.
DJs. Nintendo. Cocktails. Go.
Think back to your last three-day music festival in Wynwood... Right. So here’s one. And it’s the first of its kind. Expect DJs at different venues, a gaming lounge with Nintendo 64s and a DIY cocktail bar with “lava-like” materials. You really don’t get enough magma in your diet.
So, the Regent Cocktail Club is transforming into a Roaring ’20s jazz joint on Thursdays. And you’ll care because they’ve got a bar full of specialty gin cocktails and live jazz standards from Cat Shell as the saucy chanteuse “Kitty Carmichael.” And so you care. A lot.
The Apple Pie Taco. It Exists.
Two things you need to know about apple pie: 1. It’s delicious. 2. It’s now a taco. Because tomorrow, Huahua’s is taking some cinnamon-sugar-coated taco shells and stuffing them with flan custard, apple pie filling and whipped cream for National Taco Day. Maybe order some regular tacos, too.
Here’s the thing about Oktoberfest: not enough bikinis. Here’s the thing about Oktoberfest at Lou’s: there’s a pool. But you’ll also find all of the necessary beer-festing supplies: Märzen beer from Munich. Grilled sausages. Bavarian music. Lederhosen briefs, your time is now.