Things to do for February 17, 2016

The Weekender

Models Playing Volleyball, Blindfolded Bowling and Another Poolside BBQ

Back to the weekend board.

Wednesday
Omakase at Katsuya. It’s Happening.
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Omakase at Katsuya. It’s Happening.

Nothing ventured, nothing gained. That’s something people like to say before they go swimming with sharks or whatever. If that’s you, maybe give yourself a breather and opt for the new omakase experience at Katsuya instead. Just ask for the omakase experience. Is how that works.

Available now, $125, Katsuya, 1701 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-455-2995

Saturday
You Will Brunch. And You Will Brunch Hard.
FULL COURT CYPRESS

You Will Brunch. And You Will Brunch Hard.

On Saturday, Cypress Tavern hosts its first big brunch event with the kinds of things specifically engineered for consuming on a lazy weekend afternoon. Duck confit. Lobster avocado toast. Beignets. Bottomless pours of Sparkling Senseis made with prosecco, blood orange and sake. Slow and steady wins the race.

Sunday
Mexican BBQ. A Pool. This Might Work.
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Mexican BBQ. A Pool. This Might Work.

If caja-China-roasted goat, lengua cheeseburgers and micheladas by a pool sounds of interest to you, for one: well... yeah. For two: you should plan to be at this Vagabond/Taquiza poolside Mexican BBQ. Because that’s where that stuff will be.

Monday
NSFW Bowling Is a Thing That’s a Thing Now
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NSFW Bowling Is a Thing That’s a Thing Now

Monday’s as good a day as any to put on a blindfold and go bowling. Because that’s what’s happening during Gio’s Total Split Show at Basement Miami. You’ll also be asked to spin around a baseball bat before bowling and to drink alcohol-forward slushies. It’d be rude not to accept.

Mondays, 9pm-midnight, Basement Miami, 2901 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 786-257-4548

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