Things to do for October 07, 2015

The Weekender

Grandmaster Flash, Karaoke and Lobster at Versace’s Place

Sing a song of sixpence, pocket full of weekend.

Hi. Hope You Like Food.

Hi. Hope You Like Food.

In South Beach: You can now eat lobster and caviar at Versace’s former digs. So go do that.
In Coconut Grove: Michael Schwartz has decided that you deserve a second location of Harry’s for your next slow-roasted-pork-pie-and-polenta-fries date. Less specific dates: also an option.

Now open, Gianni’s at The Villa, 1116 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach, 786-485-2200; now open, Harry’s Pizzeria, 2996 McFarlane Rd, 786-655-0121

The One About Grandmaster Flash

The One About Grandmaster Flash

Grandmaster Flash will be at Basement Miami this Saturday. At 11pm. For one night only. It’s part of that whole III Points festival thing. We promise this is the last declarative sentence.

And the Brunch Train Rolls On

And the Brunch Train Rolls On

Some days you think to yourself, “When will this city ever tire of plying me with lobster omelets, brioche french toast and bottomless Bloodys and prosecco for brunch.” Then you realize the answer is never and head to Prime Fish for all of the above at their new brunch. Silly thoughts.

Sat-Sun, 11am-4pm, Prime Fish, 100 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-532-4550

Murals and Tequila Make Great Friends

Murals and Tequila Make Great Friends

The mural is a storied art form with plenty of history. Same with tequila. And now, the two are coming together for a Día de los Muertos–inspired wall art competition that you’ll help judge along with your old friend, tequila. Okay, “friend.”

’80s Karaoke Makes It All Better

’80s Karaoke Makes It All Better

When you think of the ’80s, do you think about David Lee Roth in spandex? Kimmy Gibbler’s hair? ALF? Thankfully, there are no wrong answers at Better Days’ new ’80s-themed karaoke nights. Just solid inspiration. Feel free to be inspired by not-those-things as well.

Mondays, 6pm, Better Days, 500 Brickell Ave, 786-220-7690

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