Things to do for December 16, 2015
Sangria and Tacos and Rock and Roll
The best is yet to weekend.
This Part’s About Tacos and Mezcal
Carnitas de pato and smashed guacamole are all part of the Coyo experience... that you can now get in SoBe. Yep, they’ve opened up a pop-up in the former Nobu space and stocked it with a rare mezcal collection while they were at it. What we’re saying is, they get you.
You Eat. This Pays the Tab.
Here’s an app that pays the bill and tip on your behalf at places like the Broken Shaker, Rockwell and Lure. Download it, check into the venue, do your thing and walk out without waiting for the check. It’s called Velocity, which is just a good-sense-making name.
There’s a New Patio-Brunch in Town
Observation #1: Saturdays happen once a week.
Observation #2: Brunch is something that happens on Saturdays.
Observation #3: There’s a new outdoor patio and brunch situation at Fooq’s that includes french toast, duck-and-foie hash and bottomless sangria.
Observation #4: Coincidences don’t exist.
Waterfront Cigars. This Could Work.
Now that temperatures have dipped below the 125-degree mark, you wouldn’t turn down a cigar out by the water. Fortunately, Lique is happy to oblige with an opening party for their new cigar and hookah lounge, featuring hand-rolled cigars and pours of scotch. Otherwise known as a “good idea.”
Champagne. ’90s Rock. Madness.
There’s a new weekly dinner thing at Bagatelle that’s channeling some classic rock. It’s called Rock
n’ Baga. You should expect things like:
—A progression through classic ’80s and ’90s rock songs throughout the night.
—Servers dressed in ’80s and ’90s garb.
—Champagne and sparklers.
Never change, Bagatelle.