Things to do for November 15, 2017

It's Called Daily/Nightly, and Its Daiquiris Are Called Things Like Hemingway in Tallahassee

And the Highly Instagrammable Museum of Ice Cream Cometh

By Ginger Harris

Wednesday
Thursday
Time to Do Some Damage to That Gift List
SUPPORT SYSTEM

Time to Do Some Damage to That Gift List

Part anniversary party. Part local market launch. Part holiday shopping hub. The grand opening of Support Local Market during Wynwood Yard's two-year anniversary comes just in time for you to knock names off your list with Golden Bar home goods, Sakura Soap Co. soaps and other things that other people want.

A Daiquiri Pop-Up at the Standard Sounds About Right
FREEZE WARNING

A Daiquiri Pop-Up at the Standard Sounds About Right

Nice weather lately. The kind of weather that demands having a daiquiri in-hand at the Standard. Which really works out now that Daily/Nightly has a pop-up daiquiri café there. Expect fresh fruits and juices like pomelo and lime with rum in frozen things like the Hemingway in Tallahassee. Expect greatness.

Friday
Museum of Ice Cream Is Coming to Miami Beach. Time to Take Action.
TWO SCOOPS

Museum of Ice Cream Is Coming to Miami Beach. Time to Take Action.

Your Instagram wanted us to let you know that the Museum of Ice Cream—that all-things-ice-cream-related wonderland—is coming to Miami Beach next month. And that you should probably grab tickets on Friday because they'll disappear fast. You might want to look into your Instagram being sentient, by the way.

Saturday
Japanese-Peruvian. Turns Out, That's Something You'll Like.
FUSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE

Japanese-Peruvian. Turns Out, That's Something You'll Like.

Nikkei is a fancy word for "Japanese-Peruvian fusion." But you don't have to pronounce it properly in order to enjoy it at Sakuri 736, which is now open South of Fifth. Just know that things like paiche with tempura crust and aquafaba cocktails await you there. And your date. Better bring a date.

Now open, Sakura 736, 736 1st St, Miami Beach, 786-607-0199

Tuesday
A New Waterfront Dining Spot Rises at the Revamped Carillon
STRANDED

A New Waterfront Dining Spot Rises at the Revamped Carillon

Part of the Carillon's renovation includes the opening of the Strand Bar and Grill. This bodes well for you, because now you can enjoy sea scallops with Jerusalem artichoke, pomegranate, Brussels sprouts and mushroom jus from a Beachcraft-pedigreed chef while taking in sweeping ocean views. So, so well.

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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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