Things to do for June 15, 2016

The Weekender

A Havana Movie Night, a Bottomless Beer BBQ and Brunch with Dear Old Dad

The weekend is brushing up on its dad jokes.

Wednesday
A Sort-of-Fleeting, Sort-of-Perfect Date Scenario
BOULUD OVER

A Sort-of-Fleeting, Sort-of-Perfect Date Scenario

Daniel Boulud’s Mediterranean restaurant in NYC, Boulud Sud, will be taking residence at DB Bistro Moderne this summer. You’ve got 45 days to take advantage of all that lamb flatbread and Lebanese-spiced sea bass. And on Mondays and Tuesdays, that’ll include half-off bottles of rosé. Way to step up, those two days.

Friday
Cigars, Sushi and Gifts for Dear Old Dad
DAD ABOUT YOU

Cigars, Sushi and Gifts for Dear Old Dad

On Friday night, you’ll find your typical sushi lounge situation at the St. Regis: cigar rollers, sushi stations, DJs. But you’ll also find yourself picking up handsome gear from the likes of Ferragamo, Shinola and Tateossian at the pop-up that’ll be there. The Father’s Day thing is completely coincidental.

Saturday
This Sushi Maki Is... Different
SUSHI’S ALL THAT

This Sushi Maki Is... Different

A new Sushi Maki just opened in the old Momi Gyoza space. And this one’s doing the fast-casual thing, which is the thing where you place your order for sushi burritos and snow ice at a counter instead of at a table. It’s just how things are now.

Now open, Sushi Maki, 1036 S Miami Ave, 305-415-9779

Sunday
Where You and Pops Are Brunching This Weekend
’QUE UP

Where You and Pops Are Brunching This Weekend

There’s a bottomless beer barbecue brunch at Beachcraft. Now that we’ve scratched that deep-seated alliteration itch, know that it’ll include dishes from the Miami Smokers guys and Alex Chang from Vagabond. Plus, take home “dad bags” with beer glasses and barbecue rubs. There’s another alliteration opportunity in there somewhere.

Jun 19, noon-3pm, $80, Beachcraft, 2395 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-604-6700

Taking Your Date to Cuba. Sort Of.
TO HAVANA AND TO HOLD

Taking Your Date to Cuba. Sort Of.

Date night, courtesy of the Wolfsonian:

1) Arrive at 5pm and tour their exhibition, Promising Paradise: Cuban Allure, American Seduction.
2) Hop across to the Miami Beach Cinematheque for Our Man in Havana, filmed on location in 1959.
3) Share your Milk Duds.

This concludes date night, courtesy of the Wolfsonian.

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