Things to do for September 18, 2014

The Weekender

Fruity Pebbles Whiskey, Mexican Wrestling and Samba

A little weekend goes a long way.

Thursday
A Casual French Hang in Wynwood
MIAM LEGEND

A Casual French Hang in Wynwood

“Hanging out.” There’s an art to it. But it’s considerably easier when Eternity coffee, croissants and bacon quiche made by a former Yardbird chef are around. So that’s what the new Miam café is giving you. Along with a soon-to-open patio garden. These guys... such givers.

A Samba Band Walks into a Museum...
LICENSE TO BRAZIL

A Samba Band Walks into a Museum...

It’s not often that a samba band takes center stage in a museum alongside a Brazilian-beats-spinning DJ and a waterfront bar. No, sir. You can thank the opening night for artist Beatriz Milhazes’s exhibition for that. Hostess gift not necessary.

Friday
Your Closet Likes This Stuff
CLEAR CONSCIOUS

Your Closet Likes This Stuff

Things you’ll find at this year’s Fashionably Conscious sale:
—Ferragamo shoes.
—Hugo Boss suits.
—Ducati leather jackets.
—Gratis bubbly and passed hors d’oeuvres on opening night.

Things you won’t find:
—Zubaz. Thank God.

Saturday
Eat Burritos. Watch Some Lucha Libre.
EVENTO HORIZON

Eat Burritos. Watch Some Lucha Libre.

This Saturday, there’s something called El Main Evento. It’s a celebration of all things... German. Kidding. We’re talking about Mexico. Think: lucha libre, mariachis, margaritas and over 25 food trucks going Mexican with their menus for the day. Pace yourself.

Monday
Welcome to Fall. Have a Drink.
YOU AUTUMN KNOW

Welcome to Fall. Have a Drink.

Look, we already know what you’re going to say. But let’s pretend there’s a fall here anyway. The new autumn cocktails at Radio with toffee crumbles and Fruity Pebbles–soaked whiskey should help. So should the pork waffle sandwiches on their new snack menu. The scarf’s a bit much, by the way.

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