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Things to do for October 17, 2013
Stone Crabs, a Moroccan Beer Garden and Sexy Ballerinas
Don’t play coy with the weekend.
It’s Stone-Crab Season. Rejoice.
Good news: it’s officially stone-crab season. Good-er news: George Stone Crab wants to gift you with a free pound of the fresh-from-the-Keys crustaceans for every five pounds ordered. Your custom-made bib will finally get some use.
Clay Conley. Made you those tasty grilled chops at Azul. Then, he left for Palm Beach and earned himself a James Beard nomination. Well, he’s back. You’ll find him with chef Jamie DeRosa for a one-nighter at Tongue & Cheek. Expect five crazy courses, wine and a significantly loosened belt.
Take a Lounge. Add a Beer Garden. Go.
You’re well aware of Skybar. That Moroccan lounge at the Shore Club. Great spot. But you’ve always thought it could use more... chicken schnitzel. So in honor of Oktoberfest, they’re doing the beer-garden thing with all of the currywurst and pretzels you can handle. Note: you can handle.
Friday nights, you’re all about the ballet. Or... not. But tomorrow, the Miami City Ballet’s kicking off their first show of the season with a red-carpet party. Of the DJ-and-gratis-drinks variety. The ballerinas will also be on hand for photo ops. Hey, ballerinas can hang.
Canapés and Strings. On a Monday.
Here’s what’s happening this Monday. You’re driving over to DB Moderne’s in Downtown. You’re drinking wine. You’re eating canapés and venison terrine. And then, you’re listening to an up-close-and-personal performance from members of the Miami Symphony Orchestra. Yup, that’s what’s happening.