Things to do for June 04, 2015

The Weekender

Ribs, Karaoke and a Poolside The Princess Bride

Little ditty, ’bout Jack and Weekend.

Smells Like a New Restaurant in Here

Smells Like a New Restaurant in Here

Welcome to Bâoli 2.1.1. This update fixes vulnerabilities in the previous version using new art, reupholstered banquettes and a significant increase in the amounts of Maine-lobster risotto and berry-basil smashes you’ll be consuming. What to do: download and make reservations at your discretion.

Now open, Bâoli Miami, 1906 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-674-8822

Barcelona vs. Juventus vs. Chorizo

Barcelona vs. Juventus vs. Chorizo

Sure, you could go to Berlin for the Champions League final. Or... you can go to Pubbelly and watch the match with a parrillada made up of chorizo, skirt steak and morcilla with a side of short rib dumplings. There are no wrong answers here.

Jun 6, 1pm, Pubbelly, 1418 20th St, Miami Beach, 305-532-7555

Flintstone Ribs. Just Picture It.

Flintstone Ribs. Just Picture It.

Your weekend goes out like this: smoked-honey Old Fashioneds, Flintstone ribs, pickled vegetables and pecan pie topped with sweet-potato ice cream. It’s also how Swine’s Smokin’ Sundays dinner party is going out. Glad we could be here for you two.

Late-Night Karaoke-ing at Radio

Late-Night Karaoke-ing at Radio

Radio Bar now has a karaoke night on Sundays. That goes until 2am. With two-for-one liquor-filled beverages. Your Wilson Phillips repertoire has been put on notice.

Sundays, 10pm-2am, Radio Bar, 814 1st St, Miami Beach, 305-397-8382

Hello, My Name Is Inigo Montoya

Hello, My Name Is Inigo Montoya

And now, a few stats regarding the Shore Club’s new movie night:

Pools present and accounted for: 1
Buffalo lollipops and parmesan popcorn on the menu: some
Number of Rob Reiner films titled The Princess Bride being shown: 1
Times André the Giant will appear on screen: not enough

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