Things to do for September 14, 2016

The Weekend’s Got a Lobster Hot Dog Waiting for You

It’s Also Got Full Moon Dancing and Every Single NFL Game at a Bar

By Jackie Gutierrez-Jones

The clothes make the weekend. 

Wednesday
Thursday
Another Full Moon, Another Party
MOON SQUAD

Another Full Moon, Another Party

Oh, look. The moon is doing that thing again where it gets a whole bunch of people dressed in white to converge upon a superyacht marina and drink champagne while gesturing wildly to a bunch of drums and DJs. Silly moon.

Saturday
There Are Burgers and Lobster-Topped Hot Dogs Here
TO B OR NOT TO B

There Are Burgers and Lobster-Topped Hot Dogs Here

Four things you should know about this new burger joint called B Square:

1) It’s in Fort Lauderdale.
2) It has spiked shakes, naturally.
3) Which pair well with its foot-long, lobster-topped hot dog.
4) And/or the burger nestled between two grilled cheese sandwiches.

There are other things, but those are the main ones.

Sunday
Beer Queso and Every Single NFL Game
GAME ON

Beer Queso and Every Single NFL Game

Batch will be screening football games this season. More specifically, every single football game. Check their schedule online and book a spot closest to the TV showing your game. And if it’s the weekend, there’ll be smoked jalapeño beer queso for celebration or consolation. Queso will always be there for you.

Quinto La Huella Does Brunch Now, Which Is Neat
GRILL OF THE CHASE

Quinto La Huella Does Brunch Now, Which Is Neat

You know Quinto La Huella, that sexy new parillada spot in the East hotel. Right, well, they have a Sunday brunch now. Which means you have completely unfettered access to steak, chicken and fish cooked over their open-flame grill, along with made-to-order sushi and rosé. Do as you will.

Sundays, 11:30am-4:30pm, $45 (bottomless rosé $25), Quinto La Huella, 788 Brickell Plaza, 786-805-4646

It’s a Great Big Slider Party
BUN INTENDED

It’s a Great Big Slider Party

Looks like you’re heading to the W Miami this Sunday. It also looks like you’ll be watching the female chefs behind Dirt, Zest and Loba make you sliders and burgers that you’ll be consuming with a cold local beer in your hand. Looks are not deceiving in this case.

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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