Things to do for April 19, 2017

Wherein They Deliver Tacos and Sangria to Your Beach Chair

They Being Lolo’s Surf Cantina

By Ginger Harris

Wednesday
Sushi Maki Brings New Things to Coconut Grove
TREASURE GROVE

Sushi Maki Brings New Things to Coconut Grove

There’s a new Sushi Maki in the Grove. You know the chicken-and-waffle-rolls drill. But in addition to the mainstays, this location has exclusive items like volcano fries and Yoshi beef bowls. And if you’re not sticking around for a beer, you can pay at the counter at this one. So, never mind.

Now open, Sushi Maki, 2550 S Bayshore Dr, 786-433-6922

Thursday
Buck’s Beer Garden’s Season Finale Should Be a Good One
LAST CALL OF THE WILD

Buck’s Beer Garden’s Season Finale Should Be a Good One

All good things must come to an end. Like Buck’s Beer Garden & Bonfire, whose seasonal closing happens to coincide with 4/20 this year. Say farewell with Concrete Beach brews and barbecue sliders. Then grab a s’mores kit and pine for its November return. Parting is such... it’s not that bad, actually.

Friday
Wherein They Deliver Tacos and Sangria to Your Beach Chair
ENTER SANDMAN

Wherein They Deliver Tacos and Sangria to Your Beach Chair

You. The beach. A lounge chair. Sangria. Tacos. Those all get to happen at the same time now thanks to the fact that Lolo’s Surf Cantina is offering beachside service to both hotel guests and non-hotel-guests. There are 120 chairs awaiting your arrival. Bonus points for bringing 119 friends.

Saturday
Since You Still Live in Florida: These Sunglasses
PEEP SHOW

Since You Still Live in Florida: These Sunglasses

Problem: the sun’s in your eyes. Solution: these French-made, locally based new sunglasses from Component. From minimalist navigator-type frames to chunkier ones with custom hinges, there are plenty of things for your face to choose from. Which may have been a weird way to describe getting sunglasses.

Sunday
Another Sunday, Another Pair of New Brunches
DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE

Another Sunday, Another Pair of New Brunches

At Jack’s Miami: So much Italian comfort food, from cannoli french toast to Italian eggs benedict (it’s got prosciutto instead of ham).
At Son Cubano: Remember this place’s Cuban-Asian deliciousness? Well, it’s for brunch now. Specifically, mango yuzu pancakes and dulce de leche french toast. The bottomless mimosas defy geography.

Sundays, 10am-4pm, Jack’s Miami, 2426 NE 2nd Ave, 305-640-5507; Sundays, noon-4pm, Son Cubano, 2530 Ponce de Leon Blvd, Coral Gables, 305-902-6220

On a typical Wednesday, Ginger Harris is likely seeking reposado tequila, squeezing her way to the front of a concert or jumping on the back of an Indian motorcycle. That’s just Wednesdays, though.

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