Things to do for September 07, 2016

Let the Weekend Tailgating Commence

The Weekend: Starring Donuts, Flashlights and a Dolphins Block Party

By Jackie Gutierrez-Jones

Down, set, weekend.

Bingo at the Freehand. You’ve Got This.

Bingo at the Freehand. You’ve Got This.

There’s this thing happening at the Freehand called Bingo & Chill. The idea being, on Wednesday night, they’ll have a few drink specials from the Broken Shaker while you scratch that competitive itch you get whenever you hear the rumble of the bingo cage. May the free space be with you.

Sep 7, 9pm-midnight, no cover, Freehand Miami, 2727 Indian Creek Dr, Miami Beach, 305-531-2727

You, a Flashlight and... Hialeah

You, a Flashlight and... Hialeah

Ah, Hialeah. That bastion of thought-provoking art installations. Oh, you weren’t aware? PAMM wants to prove it to you this Friday night. They’ll bring the flashlights and food trucks; you bring your suspended disbelief. A deal’s a deal.

Honeybee Donuts, Meet Spris

Honeybee Donuts, Meet Spris

We’re not questioning your commitment to Honeybee’s donuts. The drive. The lines. The drive. We’re just saying that if the possibility of scoring some Oreo-stuffed or guava-and-cream-cheese specimens at your local Spris pizzeria existed, even if only for a few hours, you’d probably want to know about it. So... there.

The British Brunch You’ve Been Missing

The British Brunch You’ve Been Missing

Yes, Seven Dials has finally launched brunch. We’re telling you this so you can start visualizing all of the British-style bangers, beer cocktails and English Premier League soccer that will be populating your Sunday afternoons now. If you can see it, you can be it.

Sundays, 11:30am-3pm, Seven Dials, 2030 S Douglas Rd, Ste 102, Coral Gables, 786-542-1603

Dolphins. Beer. Block Party. Let’s Rumble.

Dolphins. Beer. Block Party. Let’s Rumble.

Allow us to address some questions you may have regarding the Dolphins season-opener block party at Himmarshee:

—Yes, there’ll be a 16-foot LED TV.
—Yes, local beers and a Himmarshee menu will be present.
—Yes, there’ll be cornhole and giant Jenga.
—Yes, we’ll stop saying “yes” now.

Jackie Gutierrez-Jones

Jackie Gutierrez-Jones finds unhyphenated names quaint. She believes that croquetas and gin cocktails are suitable precursors to running and hoisting heavy weights over one’s head.

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