If your walls could talk... they’d probably have plenty to say, but at some point they’d get around to mentioning how nice it’d be to have some more gallery-worthy photography hanging on them. Like these canvas prints from award-winning wildlife photog Randal Ford. You’re welcome, walls.
Things to do for April 05, 2017
Scott Conant’s Pop-Up Cocktail Lab Will See You Now
He’s Putting Gin in Cold Brew Drip Towers, So That’s ExcitingBy Ginger Harris
Rampant Cocktail Experiments Happen Here
Welcome to Sorso at Scarpetta, a pop-up bar/lab where you get to drink cocktails that were infused in a cold brew drip tower. Take the True Bleau, for example, with its gin, grapefruit and pea-flower-infused ice cubes. That’ll be there. So will other drinks. It’s just how bars work.
Pop-Up Dinners in a Historic Fire Station. Sure, We’ll Elaborate...
What a shame. Firehouse Mrkt, the new restaurant and marketplace in an old firehouse, isn’t opening until September. But... hang on. Turns out, there’s a 14-course dinner series happening there with chefs from Copper 29 and TriCiclo in Spain serving things like steak tartare, shiso prawns and paired wines. So, never mind.
All Miami Everything, Right Down to the Alligator Wrestler
What do a hurricane surfer, the manager at Joe’s Stone Crab, an alligator wrestler and a quinceañera dressmaker have in common? Absolutely nothing, other than the fact that they’ll all be part of CultureFest 305, where all things Miami will be celebrated. Expect Haitian drum circles, too. Miami being Miami.
Just Your Average Sunday Morning Dance Party
Sleeping in on the weekend. That’s fun. So is waking up, heading to a beachfront terrace at Fontainebleau, starting the day with a one-hour yoga session, then dancing for a solid two hours to a DJ. Don’t worry, there’s gratis coffee and breakfast, too. You looked worried, is all.
A Tale of Two Brunches
At Ariete: Take the Danish all-things-comfort concept called hygge, apply it to brunch, and
you get things like grits, carrot cake waffles and cheddar biscuits.
At Bazaar Mar by José Andrés: Take your love of bottomless champagne and mix it with king crab, oysters and caviar.
At home: Take a nap.