Things to do for June 22, 2016

The Weekender

Belly Dancers, Rooftop Lobster Rolls and the Tiniest Tapas Bar That Ever Was

Speak softly and carry a big weekend.

Wednesday
A Very Tiny Tapas Bar at Which to Eat Tapas
ON TAPAS

A Very Tiny Tapas Bar at Which to Eat Tapas

The Tapas Bar at Klima is a new tapas bar at Klima. Right. Details. It’s basically two stainless steel tables optimally positioned next to the bar, where a special menu of things like tuna toast, jamón ibérico and squid from their Josper oven will be served. So that’s... uncomplicated.

Now open, The Tapas Bar at Klima, 210 23rd St, Miami Beach, 786-453-2779

The Greatest Documentary of All Time
FIGHT NIGHT

The Greatest Documentary of All Time

As part of a tribute to the great Muhammad Ali, O Cinema is hosting a special screening of the 1996 documentary When We Were Kings. It won an Academy Award. It has commentary from Spike Lee and James Brown. And tonight and tomorrow are the last two days you can see it. No pressure.

Thursday
It’s a Byzantine Party. Go Nuts.
EASTBOUND AND DOWN

It’s a Byzantine Party. Go Nuts.

You know Fooq’s. That cozy little Persian spot in Downtown. Well, they’re trying something new this Thursday by bringing in a DJ to spin Middle Eastern songs. And hookah. And Greek, Persian and Turkish dishes. And belly dancers. They’re basically bringing in a lot of things.

Jun 23, 7pm and 9pm, $55 (wine pairing $45), Fooq’s, 1035 N Miami Ave, 786-536-2749

Saturday
An Art Walk All-Nighter
A RIVER RUNS THROUGH IT

An Art Walk All-Nighter

You may have heard that Little River is the new Wynwood. And because seeing is believing, a bunch of galleries are opening their doors late into the night with DJs and drinks. Even the Vagabond’s getting involved with a poolside party featuring a floating installation. Because there’s a pool, you see.

Jun 25, 5pm-5am, no cost, Little River Arts District, various locations, register here

Sunday
When Lobster Roll and Rooftop Collide
UP ON THE ROOFTOP

When Lobster Roll and Rooftop Collide

In obvious news: Hyde Beach has a rooftop. In less obvious news: they’ll be opening up that rooftop every Sunday for a new party. And be advised that shrimp tacos, mini lobster rolls and jalapeño-and-pineapple-infused tequila drinks will be present. Stay sharp out there.

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