Things to do for October 16, 2014

The Weekender

Martinis, Endless Stone Crabs and Dwyane Wade

Flight attendants, prepare for weekend.

Perusing Dwyane Wade’s Closet

Perusing Dwyane Wade’s Closet

Dwyane Wade. Impeccable taste in suits. Also, plays a little basketball. But back to those suits. He’s opened up his closet and is parting ways with a few pieces by some guys named Tom Ford and Giuseppe Zanotti for his Wade’s World Foundation. We’ve always liked that guy.

A Night at the PAMM. With Brats.

A Night at the PAMM. With Brats.

Q: Brats and potato salad in a museum. That’s weird. What gives?
A: Well, PAMM’s celebrating Oktoberfest.

Q: Okay, what else can I expect?
A: $4 Florida beers like Funky Buddha Crusher IPA and Tequesta Oktoberfest.

Q: Isn’t Oktoberfest technically over?
A: Look, we don’t make the rules here.

Jazz, Martinis and Short Ribs

Jazz, Martinis and Short Ribs

We’re not saying a few martinis, a jazzy serenade by Cat Shell and a three-course dinner consisting of pork belly and saffron risotto at the Raleigh would go over well as a date night, but... actually, yes we are. It would go over well as a date night.

Stone Crabs Have Arrived

Stone Crabs Have Arrived

Stone crab season. It’s here. And a solid way to enjoy a few claws: on Fridays. At Kitchen 305. When it’s all-you-can-eat. Okay, “few” was a misnomer.

Fridays, $59, Kitchen 305, 16701 Collins Ave, Sunny Isles Beach, 305-749-2110

The One with Alicia Silverstone

The One with Alicia Silverstone

Your Saturday to-do list: drink some vino. Sample food from the likes of Jeffrey Brana. Hang out in a cider-happy beer garden. Chat up Alicia Silverstone. You know, real ambitious stuff. But if the Seed Food & Wine festival isn’t on your agenda, well... make it so.

Oct 18, 11am-7pm, $40, Seed Food & Wine at Midtown Miami Tents, 29th St and 1st Ave

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