It’s no secret that Argentina bears some of the most delicious Malbec in the world. And this bottle with notes of blackberry, raspberry and violet is no exception. So you should be excited to hear that we have them by the half dozen. We presume you’re losing your mind somewhere out there.
Things to do for November 02, 2016
Two Brewery Parties and One Burger Battle
Not to Mention That Massive Temple of Stores and Restaurants in BrickellBy Jackie Gutierrez-Jones
The way to a person’s heart is through their weekend.
Most nights, you walk into Biscayne Bay Brewing and drink beer. Tonight, you’ll walk into Biscayne Bay Brewing and drink beer, yes, but also celebrate Dia de los Muertos with the BC Tacos truck, gelato pops and music from Suenalo. So it’s different tonight.
Yep, Brickell City Centre Finally Arrives Tomorrow
The construction. The traffic. The payoff: finally here. Brickell City Centre is opening its doors tomorrow morning with over 60 shops, some interesting eateries on deck and a 150,000-square-foot environmental art installation where you can sit a spell with a cocktail. Which is the best kind of art, really.
This Burger Battle Is Different
Re: That comely vegetarian you just met
Just thought you should know that there’s a plant-based burger battle happening tomorrow with chefs from SunCafe in LA, Arlo’s in Austin and Nobu Hotel, plus beer from Funky Buddha and Lincoln’s Beard. Just seems coincidental, is all.
New World Center Goes Very South Beach
Well, look at that. New World Center decided to be a SoBe nightclub for Halloween this year. Sure, they’re a few days off the mark, but let’s not judge. Instead, go and revel in the electronic lights and the DJ Le Spam/mezzo-soprano mashup until 1am. Good costume.
This Holiday Block Party Doesn’t Care What the Date Is
Concrete Beach is about to close down a city block for a holiday party. One can never be too early with these things. Anyway, there’ll be food from Ms. Cheezious. Music by Afrobeta. Live painting, too. And pours of their new Deck the Walls brew. The ugly Christmas sweater stays home.