Things to do for August 27, 2015

The Weekender

A Massive Beer Party, Books and Michael Jackson

A spoonful of sugar helps the weekend go down.

Tonight: Swimming Under the Full Moon

Tonight: Swimming Under the Full Moon

Crazy things happen during a full moon. For one: werewolves. For two: Freehand opens up their pool for late-night water shenanigans alongside Broken Shaker drinks. For three: see one and two.

Aug 27, 8pm, Freehand Miami, 2727 Indian Creek Dr, Miami Beach, 305-531-2727

Reading About Drinks. At a Bar. Meta.

Reading About Drinks. At a Bar. Meta.

Bookleggers is heading to the Regent tomorrow night, and they’re bringing a specially curated selection of cocktail books. Conveniently, you can put that info to work while concocting your own drink at a mixing station with bar tools you can take home. There will be a test.

Because It’s Beer-Drinking Weather

Because It’s Beer-Drinking Weather

And like a valiant army of foot soldiers hell-bent on smiting the sun’s death grip on your thirst, over 20 Berliner-style beers will descend upon J. Wakefield Brewing under the guise of the Florida Weisse Bash. Keep fighting the good fight, beer.

Michael Jackson’s Birthday at STK

Michael Jackson’s Birthday at STK

You’ve probably been thinking about how you’ll commemorate the King of Pop’s birthday this Saturday. Probably. But STK’s decided to celebrate it with four hours of his greatest hits, shots and an MJ-themed menu. Sequined glove optional.

Aug 29, 8pm-midnight, STK Miami, 2311 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-604-6988

Solid Peruvian Brunching Over Here

Solid Peruvian Brunching Over Here

Crucial brunching decision you’ll have to make at Coya. You can:

A) Go the bottomless-rosé route and make serious business out of lomo saltado and a ceviche-and-sushi-laden buffet, or...
B) Surround yourself with sea-bass-studded rice, the aforementioned brunch and endless pours of champagne.

Don’t overthink it.

Sundays, noon-3pm, rosé $75, champagne $95, Coya, 999 Brickell Ave, 305-415-9990

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