Things to do for July 19, 2017

NYC’s Artichoke Basille’s Pizza Is Here. So Are These Two New Mexican Spots.

Plus More Swim Week, of Course

By Ginger Harris

Wednesday
Thursday
And the Latest New York Pizza Spot to Hit Miami Is...
PIE TIMES

And the Latest New York Pizza Spot to Hit Miami Is...

Artichoke Basille’s is opening tonight at Ricky’s. That? It’s just a New York pie spot that people there tend to line up outside of buildings for. Go for the twice-baked Sicilian with plum tomatoes and basil. Go for the Vodka Sicilian with cream sauce. Go for the Artichoke with... artichokes.

You’re Watching the Outsiders at O Cinema. Just Are.
STAY GOLD

You’re Watching the Outsiders at O Cinema. Just Are.

Grab a date and go check out what is arguably one of the best teen angst flicks in history as O Cinema celebrates the 35th anniversary of the film that simultaneously introduced you to Rob Lowe, Emilio Estevez, Matt Dillon, Tom Cruise and Patrick Swayze. The Outsiders. We’re talking about The Outsiders.

Friday
More Swim Week, Right This Way
CATWALK THIS WAY

More Swim Week, Right This Way

During Swim Week, some models walk on catwalks. Others, however, walk down Española Way’s cobblestoned streets. Those last ones will be wearing bikinis and Josie Bruno vintage army jackets while you sip gratis beer and eat things from Mercato della Pescheria. All parties involved will presumably be very happy.

Saturday
A Tale of Two New Mexican Spots
MEX IN EFFECT

A Tale of Two New Mexican Spots

Plomo Tequila & Taco Bar: Miracle Mile has its first taco and tequila bar with 11 tacos and 65 tequilas and mezcals.
Tacos vs Burritos Cantina: This North Bay Village spot pits pollo guisado tacos against carne asada burritos in the ultimate Mexican showdown. A porchside margarita may help you decide.

Sunday
Sleep In. Then Have Some Not-Your-Basic-Beach-Brunch at Casa Faena.
BRUNCH ON THIS

Sleep In. Then Have Some Not-Your-Basic-Beach-Brunch at Casa Faena.

There’s just something about the new brunch at Casa Faena. Maybe it’s the wagyu beef empanadas and lobster benedict eggs. Perhaps it’s the pork belly and grits. Maybe it’s all of those, plus bottomless mimosas. This is going to be some tricky research.

Sundays, 11am-3pm, Casa Faena, 3500 Collins Ave, Miami Beach, 305-604-8485, x-509 for reservations

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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