You love your mother. But do you love her enough to get her a bottle of vintage Dom Pérignon champagne or rosé that you’ve had custom engraved with a special, heartfelt message of your choosing for Mother’s Day? There’s only one answer.
Things to do for April 16, 2015
Endless Bubbly, Neon Dancing and Feasting on Pork
The weekend will now resume its regularly scheduled programming.
Breaking News in Juice Technology
At Jugofresh... they’re making burgers and fries. Correction: beet burgers and zucchini
fries. Because some people like that sort of thing.
At Jucy Lu... they’ve opened their doors in Wynwood with cold-pressed juices and a Where’s the Beef sandwich with hemp-hummus and portobello mushroom. So BYOB (bring your own beef).
Pubbelly. Cochon. It’s Happening.
Two pork powerhouses are joining forces this Friday. And when pork powerhouses get together, they invite the chefs from Edge, the Fed and Sugarcane to assist them. And they generously pour you wine and other alcohol-filled deliciousness. And they feed you five courses full of tempeh. Kidding, it’s pork. Totally pork.
And now, a brief haiku on an O, Miami celebration this Saturday that’ll be followed up with some
Let’s dress like pirates.
And read poems riverside...
Loudly. Not weird, though.
Thanks for the Brunch Jambalaya, Ritz
The Ritz is heading to New Orleans for its brunch this Sunday. Well, it’s not actually driving over there or anything. Although... interesting. No, it’s bringing in a jazz band to accompany your bottomless bubbly and plates of jambalaya pasta and bananas Foster. Bananas Foster > beads.
A Symphony Barbecue Party, That’s What
The New World Symphony’s celebrating the close of its season the way any true native would: with a poolside barbecue in South Beach. Naturally. A ticket grants you the aforementioned barbecue, rum drinks and live Latin rock curated by Suenalo’s Adrian Gonzalez-Arredondo. When in Rome... Miami... whatever.