Things to do for December 07, 2016

Brickell’s Got Itself a New Late-Night Hang

And for Your Morning-After: Eggnog Donuts

By Jackie Gutierrez-Jones

Wednesday
Nashville Hot Chicken on the Beach. What a World.
BIRD IS THE WORD

Nashville Hot Chicken on the Beach. What a World.

Sakaya Kitchen’s Richard Hales just placed a new restaurant on the other side of the causeway. It’s called Bird & Bone, and it’s got the whole farmhouse thing happening, right down to the Nashville hot chicken, grits and bourbon cake. Be sure to thank Richard for placing that there.

Soft-open now, Bird & Bone, 4041 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-424-1234

Friday
All Birthday Parties Should Have a Whiskey Hot Chocolate Station
HIGH FIVE

All Birthday Parties Should Have a Whiskey Hot Chocolate Station

Remember that party with all those punch bowls, a whiskey hot chocolate station and food lovingly prepared for you by chefs from Taquiza, Izzy’s and Ghee? Of course you don’t, because that’s happening this Friday at Edge’s fifth-anniversary party. Silly.

Saturday
Holiday Shopping at the Theater. Sure.
HOW BAZAAR

Holiday Shopping at the Theater. Sure.

Time to make a dent in that gift list. Enter: Miami Theater Center. They’re hosting a holiday bazaar where you can grab 3D pop-up cards and foodstuffs from Nic & Luc. But they’re also parting with their stage props, costumes and furniture. Just in case.

Above Komodo... This
DO NOT PASS KO

Above Komodo... This

Komodo has a new late-night lounge above the restaurant that’s open on Fridays and Saturdays. Plush booths. Gold fixtures above the full bar. Anime-style art on the walls. Fun times. If you squint really hard, you might actually think you’re in South Beach. Do with that last sentence what you will.

Fri-Sat, 10pm-5am, Komodo Lounge, 801 Brickell Ave, 305-534-2211

Sunday
Time to Pay a Visit to the Salty Donut’s New Home
ROLLING IN THE DOUGH

Time to Pay a Visit to the Salty Donut’s New Home

The Salty Donut’s built itself some permanent digs in Wynwood. Things to note:

—There’s much more elbow room.
—You can now get your fix six days a week until 6pm.
—Eggnog crème brûlée donuts are things they have there.
—You are now happier than you once were.

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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